Alleged Humanoids in Peru: Important Research Waiting for Definitive Scientific Results

May 2, 2017
Some images of alleged humanoid remnants (including X-rays) safeguarded at Instituto Inkari in Cuzco, Peru.
Image of a presumably well-preserved skeleton with unknown characteristics. Notice a round object on the left 3-fingered hand. 
There is a possibility that some of the alleged humanoid mummies or remains among different kinds allegedly found in Nazca, Perú (perhaps in early 2016 and made publicly known in late 2016) might be of unknown biological origin. That would be extremely important but, apparently, most have been determined to be assembled or fabricated. However, whether this is a recent feat or have been assembled in older, prehispanic times, still has to be determined. If they had been assembled in prehispanic times that would also be a highly important finding as it seems they would have represented humanoid beings unknown to science.
The site where the remains have allegedly been found remains secret but is supposed to be in a non-archaeologically recognized site in the Nazca area close to the Pacific Ocean. As far as I know, scientific tests are underway and in a few weeks, there may be more adequate information. 
According to an intermediary (Mr. G. Paul Ronceros Fernandez), the persons finding the site claim not to be archaeological remnants grave robbers (called “huaqueros” in Perú) but to have been walking in that area and found a partially opened stone lid showing an entrance that held a high Inca quality underground stone citadel with large stones and several sarcophagi along with many unique mummified remains. The specimens are of different sizes. They may have been made by current hoaxers by joining human and animal bones and through a binding substance for the covering flesh or may have been made by ancient inhabitants through a mummification process somewhat similar to the Chinchorro mummies from Chile in order to commemorate the presence of humanoid beings in prehispanic times. 
Mexican UFO reporter Jaime Maussan and a team of scientists were in Perú last week. There also were some Peruvian scientists present. They went to Cuzco to Instituto Inkarri and “Paititi House” led by a French explorer-archaeologist Thierry Jamin who – as far as I know – obtained some of the samples through an intermediary (Mr. G. Paul Ronceros Fernandez) and later on more samples through another contact closer to the persons allegedly making the initial find). I believe that Mr. Jamin has been trying to obtain individuals or organizations interested in collaborating with the research, especially to pay for the DNA, Carbon 14 and other tests that should be carefully performed. It is said that Gaia Foundation has also been involved. Mr.Maussan reports that a confidentiality or non-disclosure agreement was signed by the researchers but that they will make the results known perhaps in a few weeks or relatively soon. 
And after returning to Mexico from Cuzco, Mr. Maussan now informs through his Tercer Milenio channel (also in YouTube) that, while many samples were found by his research team to have been fabricated, SOME of them have been 99.99% assessed (in person by his team last week) as not being fabricated but that they are genuine, non-human biological remains. Both fabricated and allegedly non-fabricated samples have bone under what seems to be flesh. I hope that the assertion that some of the samples are from bodies that once lived is correct but only careful research will tell.
Previous X-ray images show bones in hands and body skeletons that did not seem to be quite functional. There also are small heads that may have been fabricated with animal skulls and some of them original. I have not traveled to Cuzco where some of the samples are kept but over the last few weeks, I’ve asked a well-known forensic anthropologist (Dr. Guido Lombardi) to give me his opinion on the images available and he thought that they were fabrications.
However, Mr. Maussan now mentions that there are some anatomically correct samples, including a hand and one full body sample that allegedly measures 1.60 meters in length (of which I have not seen in the video reports yet). The research team (not only composed of a well-known forensic anthropologist but also of Russians and persons from other nationalities, I believe), took some tomographies and, allegedly, some smaller samples for analysis and are expected to produce scientific reports in a few weeks.
Mr. Maussan disclosed that, besides X-rays,  tomographies were made and DNA and Carbon-14 tests are being conducted and that results will be presented internationally in Perú, the U.S., and Mexico, hopefully beginning in few weeks. 
I hope that the tests are performed very carefully because, if ancient remnants are used to fabricate the samples, Carbon-14 could give spurious results. Also, DNA can be contaminated and -even if tests are properly performed – results may be not what we might expect. 
Then again, as of today, I think that we can still be suspicious that all of the samples could still be hoaxes from craftsmen taking advantage of the will to believe while utilizing Perú’s public image as a special and mysterious place. It happened before with the so-called “Ica Stones” most or all of which were fabricated in modern times according to my investigation and that of others.
By the end of 2016, my friend, UFO researcher, Mr. Dante Rios Tambini told me that, after a UFO Conference in the City of Arequipa (which I attended), he had been approached by a person having access to some alleged mummified humanoid Nazca findings. Dante went to Thierry Jamin’s Instituto Inkarri in Cuzco and they started the research, trying to send samples abroad and asking the opinion of local physicians and scientists. X-rays were made under different X-ray machine values or calibrations and that would be normal according to Dr. Guido Lombardi (a well-known forensic anthropologist I sent available videos and images to a few weeks ago) because the samples are mummified or dehydrated.  Based on what was being shown on YouTube either by Instituto Inkarri, Thierry Jamin or, separately, by Mr. Paul Ronceros, Dr. Lombardi opined that what he saw were fabricated samples. I don’t know what his opinion would be of the samples Mr.Maussan says that his team found not to be fabricated but I hope to have the opportunity to show him these as well.  He also seems willing to see the samples directly in person and not only through images. 
It seems that several samples have been acquired by persons other than the alleged original discoverers and that, besides Instituto Inkarri and Mr. Ronceros, at least one other person has some in his possession (Mr. G. Paul Ronceros Fernandez a.k.a. Krawix999 in YouTube) is an intermediary who has more samples and has registered some with the INC (Instituto Nacional de Cultura) but, after initially stating that they were extraterrestrial or humanoid now he states that after studying them more closely he’s found that they were all fabricated/put together most likely by a prehispanic civilization in the Nazca area perhaps to represent non-human beings they had encountered. He claims to be in contact with the discoverers of the site and claims that a large underground citadel has been found in Nazca with large Inca-like stone walls, sarcophagi and 20 species of what seem to be mummified beings. In a recent interview by UFO research-interviewer Dr. Anthony Choy Mr. Ronceros said that he doubted that Mr. Mausan could have found non-fabricated samples. Most of the “players” are suspicious of each other and public opinions tend to be convinced of authenticity and cover-up or of fakery and commercialization. There also are accusations that some persons (other than the alleged one or two those who found the samples) would be making money from this. Moreover, if some of the samples turn out to be genuine humanoid biological remains, their legal status has not been specified in the legal code. 
In a recent interview by UFO research-interviewer- attorney Dr. Anthony Choy founder of APU (Asociación Peruana de Ufología), Mr. Ronceros said that he doubted that Mr. Maussan could have found new non-fabricated samples in Mr. Jamin’s possession. But Mr. Jamin may have obtained new samples from the original source itself. There is a person he mentions and calls “Mario.”  Most of the “players” or persons involved are somewhat suspicious of each other’s intentions and (as expected) public opinions tend to be polarized: either convinced of authenticity (and, often, of cover-up) or of fakery for commercializing purposes. But the truth may be determined only with careful scientific procedures and should hopefully come out soon. There also are accusations that some persons (other than the alleged one or two those who found the samples) would be making money with this. Moreover, if some of the samples turn out to be genuine humanoid biological remains, their legal status has not been typified in the legal code. 
If we speculate that the “Be Witness” alleged humanoid case that brought big controversy to Mr. Maussan and to Ufology was ‘allowed’ to proceed by the “powers that be” behind the “cover-up” and-or “truth embargo” because it could eventually be plausibly denied (even after forensic expert evaluations) once a clear image of the plaque next to the body (describing it as a boy’s mummy) was digitally sharpened and, if we consider that some of the current samples from Perú (as Mr. Maussan claims) are most likely not fabricated but original and biological and that, furthermore, if no one is interrupting this research, then could we perhaps assume that we are dealing with a pre-formal disclosure strategy? It is just a hypothesis, a possibility. I doubt that we should give more credence to a plaque than to three forensic experts.
I hope that this time we aren’t disappointed once again and that humanity will finally receive genuine, undeniable, evidence of the existence of what seem to be non-human, intelligent creatures. On the other hand, only careful scientific analysis will tell.  In spite of the “confidentiality agreement” that at this stage may be questioned as not being scientifically open, we MUST still avoid jumping to conclusions in favor or against this unfinished research in particular and in favor or against researchers in the UFO, exopolitics and experiencer communities and/or in favor or against particular cases without sufficient evidence or mostly based on scanty evidence that, nonetheless, supports our personal preferences and prejudices. 
IF, ( a big IF) this time it’s not another “false alarm,” we might see some kind of disclosure in the works and the “humanoids from Perú” aspect would come from the People, meaning civilians, and researchers. IF these “findings” are proven genuine, the beings shown (either as prehispanic representations or as original mummified biological remnants) may or may not be of extraterrestrial origin. They might or might not add to a disclosure together with other unique cases like the so-called Atacama humanoid, the controversial (but not sufficiently deconstructed) case of the “Be Witness” humanoid and a (similar looking) humanoid killed near Tetas de Cayey in Puerto Rico in 1980. Perhaps also the “Atacama Humanoid,” cases from Russia and others should still be re-considered for further analysis because of the morphology more than the partial finding of DNA also present in homo sapiens (similar structuring genes could be shared by humanoids and apes). 
IF at least some of the mummified samples are of humanoid biological entities that once lived and perhaps interacted with ancient native American, pre-Columbian civilizations, we would have the opportunity to study some remnants and artifacts that represent that interaction. Their significance would revive Exopolitics and all other disciplines, expand human awareness of our place in the universe and also the scope of religious doctrines while serving to find more appropriate epistemologies, theories, and paradigms as per the meaning of it all. Since until now I haven’t been privy to this research in person or on site and to date don’t clearly know if the scientific studies have been sufficiently rigorous, I’m still skeptical of the situation. However, like in the “Be Witness” case and the Atacama Humanoid case, I would first seriously listen to adequate scientists conducting adequate research. There is what I would call a “Doug & Dave Syndrome” in which, when many are skeptical and/or uncomfortable about a possibility, a simple explanation validating our suspicions is often sufficient to squelch further research, interest, and genuine critical thinking. And this has been used against the public interest as far as UFOs, Crop Circles and other non-conventional, otherworldly phenomena go. So, let’s wait and see if the scientific research is adequate and what the scientific reports will say.
Some available images of samples in possession of Mr.Thierry Jamin of Instituto Inkarri (I believe that they are in a secure vault).  Here we see some of the X-rays. Again, some samples are not anatomically functional and may be either modern fakes made for commercial purposes or representations of creatures seen in the past. Some may be artificially created mummies and/or modified mummies similar to the Chinchorro mummies from Chile but, according to Mr.Maussan and others, some of the samples may be actual mummified bodies of once living humanoids of unknown origin. Again, let’s wait and see if the ongoing scientific research is adequate and what the scientific reports will say. Besides Jaime Maussan and his associated research team, there may be others looking into this case.
A Test for Exopolitical Reactions
If genuine, the mummies may or may not be “extraterrestrial” but how we react to the unveiling of the investigations may reflect how “exopolitically mature” not only humanity at large is but also how mature may be different individuals within the various UFO, exopolitical and experiencer communities. Are we too personally subdivided into personal preferences and self-sustaining, mutually exclusive belief groups to handle final physical proof of the existence of non-human, intelligent beings? Observing reactions within these various groups may be a way to test how mature and capable of seeking unity and coherence of information we may be as per the extraterrestrial and – perhaps – multi dimensional, transdimensional presence.   Will there be more persons moving irrationally early into their own conclusions considering all of this as a “hoax” accusing researchers of fraud or perhaps will there be more persons jumping to conclusions that the finding is indeed final proof that otherworldly beings exist?  Will enough persons be willing and/or capable of not passing conclusive judgments until sufficient scientific research has been conducted and replicated?  Will the media and academic groups dismiss it immediately without sufficient evidence? Will they consider it a joke? And, if scientists definitely show that one or more of these mummies are of ancient non-human humanoids will humanity at large get used to the news, perhaps for the most part not wanting to think about its importance or perhaps enter into a panicky mode? Will excessively conservative religious groups say that the findings represent demons? Will the truth be allowed to come out?   
My gratitude to Mr.Dante Rios Tambini who kept me abreast of the situation and who shared some of the images.
A skeleton inside one ofthe alleged mummified samples, also with Instituto Inkari. is this a genuine original biological mummy from a formerly living being or a fabricated one?
Attorney & UFO researcher Dr. Anthony Choy inspecting a sample from another undisclosed collector of the same alleged mummies. 
The larger (5 foot 6 inches) mummy (now considered to be a female humanoid) has been given the name of “María.” Forensic anthropologist Dr. José Salce points out that she has 3 fingers and 18 phalanxes in each hand. Human hands only have 14 phalanxes in each hand. It would have been difficult to tamper with a normal mummy and add phalanxes that seem to fit perfectly well in this particular case.  The white powder covering her doesn’t seem to be chalk or gypsum. The internal organs are preserved and don’t seem to have been tampered with. Peruvian surgeon Edson Salazar considers this a case worth investigating with a careful attitude, alsothinking that adding extra fingers would have been very difficult due to the embracing position the mummy displays. We must try to avoid ad hominem and a priori, disqualifying accusations and focus upon sincere and adequate research!  And share this information truthfuly with the public!   
Various links (mostly in Spanish):
Different images:
Mr. Jamin with large, three-fingered hands, Mr. Dante Rios and X-Ray doctors
Mr. Thierry Jamin Facebook link for “Alien Project”
Dr. Anthony Choy showing a different collection of the same alleged mummified beings and/or fabrications in the possession of an anonymous person
Mr. Jaime Maussan conversing with Mr. Thierry Jamin after his return from Perú
Mr. Paul Ronceros in ATV News (from Lima, Perú) showing some samples in his possession, claiming that they are all prehispanis fabrications and willing to collaborate with researchers
Mr. Paul Ronceros YouTube channel. He first thought the samples were of ET beings that had once lived. Now he affirms that they are representations of creatures seen made by prehispanic inhabitants.
Mr. Paul Ronceros‘ explanation that they are all fabricated with a translation into English
Interview (in Spanish) from Yohanan Diaz to Jaime Maussan 05/02/2017



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