'Nazca Mummy' DNA Found to be Human

A still from Gaia.com's documentary series  Unearthing Nazca .

A still from Gaia.com's documentary series Unearthing Nazca.

The Express recently cited a report from the Paleo DNA laboratory at Lakehead University, Ontario, Canada, that showed that DNA samples taken from one of the Peruvian mummies being touted as an example of extraterrestrial existence have been shown to be a 100% match with human DNA.  The sample, taken from the three-fingered corpse pictured above, proved to be that of a male homo sapien.

The conclusions came as a result of deliberate testing done in the face of Gaia.com's recent documentary series Unearthing Nazca, which purports to be about the examination of several strange bodies discovered in a tomb near the Nazca Lines in southern Peru.  The documentary makes very little attempt to hide its agenda in convincing the public that these bodies are somehow alien in nature.

Archaeologists are outraged by what they believe to be a deliberate desecration of ancient remains.

The bodies have been carbon dated to between 245 and 410 AD, but rather than being extraterrestrial, mainstream scientists believe that the remains have been stolen from ancient burial sites and manipulated to look alien.

The 9th annual World Congress on Mummy Studies, held in Lima, Peru, last August, issued a call for an official inquiry into whether archaeological crimes have been committed.  The impassioned call, entitled "The Fraud of Extraterrestrial Mummies," was released on their Facebook page. 

The congress is held in a new location annually, and brings together archaeological experts from around the world--experts who believe that the researchers in the Gaia.com documentary are guilty of violating the remains of Peru's ancient inhabitants.

Researchers with Gaia.com have responded by releasing a video saying that the test results only show the DNA is "human-like," meaning it could still be alien.

"From the first DNA analysis, it was proven it’s not chimpanzee, it’s not monkey, but it’s human-like DNA," said Dr Konstantin Korotkov, a researcher with Gaia.com, who once claimed to have photographed a soul leaving a human body. 

"Because we know that now we have three types of human like creatures. It is Neanderthals, Cro-Magnon like ourselves, and Denisovan."

"Now, at next level, they have to make much more detailed analysis, and much more complicated analysis, so they will create a library of genes, and then they will be able to compare it with database of human subjects."

"Then, we’ll see whether it is exactly human like, or it is little bit different.” 

Jaime Maussan, who was famously behind the controversial Roswell Slides debacle in 2015, stated that the group plans to begin testing on smaller, reptilian bodies in their possession.

“They are very very similar. It is like a reptile skin, a snake skin," said Maussan.

"It proves we have two types of beings."

"If we can prove they are real we would have six bodies - enough evidence to say this case is real."

The Gaia.com group will reportedly conduct further DNA screening in light of the most recent evidence.

Tobias Wayland