Yes, those bodies are aliens... Mexician Congress was shown them.

Marjory Wildcraft
Marjory Wildcraft Posts: 1,541 admin

Well we have all known that aliens exist - haven't we?

Now the bodies of two of them have been revealed to the Mexian Congress. So it's officially going public.

The mainstream media is trying thier best to play it down of course. "Puported", "supposedly", "claims", etc. And I suppose they should be cautious.

But if you go way down to the bottom of some of the various articles posted about it you'll find this:

Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, Director of the Scientific Institute for Health of the Mexican navy, said X-rays, 3-D reconstruction and DNA analysis had been carried out on the remains. "I can affirm that these bodies have no relation to human beings," he said.

I wonder what they eat? LOL

Here is a link to Reuters version which has the above quote.



  • JodieDownUnder
    JodieDownUnder Posts: 1,481 admin

    @Marjory Wildcraft I just read this in the Australian News this morning. Funnily enough, I got through 1/2 of a movie last night called Arrival (different but same subject matter)

    I was neither here nor there about aliens until about 15 years ago, I saw something that I cannot explain. I know what I saw, no one else saw what I saw. What I do know is this place we call Earth is only a pin prick in a universe & we would be very arrogant to think we were the only life form.

  • kbmbillups1
    kbmbillups1 Posts: 1,274 ✭✭✭✭✭

    I don't know @Marjory Wildcraft . Here every time something big happens they have something about aliens on the news so people are distracted with them and miss the big happening. It's kind of like yelling squirrel to your dog.

  • LaurieLovesLearning
    LaurieLovesLearning Posts: 7,216 admin
    edited September 21

    @kbmbillups1 Agreed... it is certainly a squirrel type of distraction. I can't help but think of the movie "UP" and that dog.

    I was not going to comment on this, but I now think I know what I'd like to say, and unfortunately, it got longer than I intended. Sorry about that.

    We're watching all that stuff happen from up here. I just think this "find" is too convenient at such a time as this. It just doesn't sit right.

    I also keep in mind that there are talented artists out there & always scammers wanting to be famous and/make a buck. I could see AI eventually filling the need to see "real" aliens or the like in the not so distant future, actually, if it suits a purpose.

    No disrespect to anyone here, but I feel that this subject of attention is too much of a suspiciously narrow and sensational (this is key) crazy-making focus, I believe made for confusion & emotional excitability purposes, since certain very evil & odd things have been pushed upon the countries worldwide. If anyone is paying attention, this has really only been super heavily put out there in the past year... whenever another event occurs that gets glossed over and overshadowed by this. We have also learned lately that enough money in hand/bank account can make people say or do anything the master wants (nothing new to that, its just more openly being done). So much of what is going on is so crazy unbelievable nowadays that most people no longer "know which way is up." Confusion abounds. Critical thinking is almost fully lost.

    We have other distractions that suddenly pop up here when there is an "event" that should be heeded, very much questioned or pursued much further. It hasn't failed to show each time.

    I am always suspicious of the sensational. I have been for a long time. Along with this, people can be interesting to observe.

    Sensationalism as a thing depends on fooling people & convincing them of whatever is presented using emotion. Emotion is fickle and is not a good/dependable representative of reality.

    We are always wise to view anything of that nature with caution. The "experts" are telling us, but who are they and who signs their cheque? This is only the tip of the iceberg of the questioning that needs to happen.