Scientist Says Nazca Tomb 'Alien' Mummies Are Definitely 'Not Human'
About a month ago, we reported on the alien mummies supposedly unearthed in Peru, called 'the Nazca mummies' due to the fact their tomb was discovered near the infamous Nazca Lines. These included a roughly human-sized mummy with three fingers and toes (dubbed 'Maria') and three miniature, more alien-looking mummies about the size of dolls. After Gaia.com, the organization behind the investigation and excavation, sent some of Maria's DNA to a lab in Canada, however, they found that the supposedly alien genetic material was a 100 percent match for human DNA, implying that the mummy was an ancient human corpse that was altered by graverobbers.
Despite the setback, Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, a Russian scientist associated with the Gaia.com team, says that Maria and the other mummies may still be a non-human species. He noted that Maria's ribs are shaped differently, and look more like the keel of a boat rather than a normal ribcage. He also says Maria has fewer vertebrae, larger eyes, no ears, and a smaller nose.
In addition to Maria, a child-sized mummy was apparently found nearby and has been dubbed her child. Nicknamed Vavita, Korotkov says it and Maria are different from the smaller mummies found in the excavation, which he says are all male.
"They could be extraterrestrials or bio robots," he says. As for Maria and Vavita, they "could have been representatives of a certain race which had possibly reached a stage of advancement much earlier than we did. Maybe thousands of years earlier."
Of course, all of this needs to be taken with a large grain of salt, especially since the World Congress on Mummy Studies in Lima, Peru issued a very strongly worded announcement in response to the 'Nazca Unearthed' series published by Gaia.com.
"In the last few months, the alleged discovery of "extraterrestrial mummies" in our country has been publicized through an irresponsible, organized disinformation campaign..." the announcement reads. It goes on to say say that the mummies were "maliciously manipulated and even mutilated to obtain an 'ad hoc' appearance for commercial exploitation. Moreover, the exclusion of the entire related archaeological contexts is absolutely contrary to the scientific investigation of this kind of cultural finds."
There hasn't been any recent updates on the mummies from Gaia.com since September.