Alien Found!! Three-Fingered Skeleton Discovered In Peru Is Not A Human

Maricruz Casares
Marcha 13, 2018

But experts carrying out new tests in St Petersburg have uncovered some odd differences besides the three-fingered hands and toes, reports Sputnik.

A team of researchers from St. Petersburg, who collected the tissue samples in Peru and brought them back to Russian Federation to study, have determined that the mummies - with elongated heads and three fingers on each hand - possess 23 chromosomes that are human but lack the human anatomy.

One of the mummies, known as Maria, was found by a team led by controversial Mexican journalist Jamie Maussan in early 2017.

In addition to Maria scientists are also studying another mummy called Vavita, who is believed to have died when she was just nine-months-old, and four more 70cm-large, male mummies. "Right now we are making a detailed analysis to see if the position of all the chromosomes, of all the amino acids, coincides with ours,"said Korotkov to Mir 24".

"Each of the little mummies has two arms, two legs, a head, a pair of eyes and a mouth. Tomographic scans reveal their skeletons.The tissue has biological nature and their chemical composition indicates that they are humans".

The Peruvian mummy also has just three fingers and toes on each limb and rounded ribs (Gaia). However, "they appear human but they are not. Their anatomic structure is different", Korotkov explained.

The paranormal researcher added that the individuals' rib structure is different to that of humans as the bones are keel-shaped in the upper part and the rib cage consists of semicircular ribs.

"Most surprisingly, the mouth cavities are there but the lower jaws are not flexible and present a single whole with the rest of the skull", Mr Korotkov said.

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"They could be extraterrestrials or bio robots".

Korotkov believes Maria could be a representative of a certain race that evolved much earlier than we did, "maybe thousands of years earlier", he said.

Prof Korotkov also said that it was interesting that "three-fingered" creatures appear on ancient rock drawings along the Nazca Lines in Peru near where the mummies were found.

Scientists continue to examine the genetic make-up of the Peruvian mummy and have inquired about moving it to Russian Federation to continue the work (Gaia).

Researchers plan to continue examining the genetic make-up of the figures and have inquired about possibly moving them from Peru to Russian Federation to advance the work.

The scientists have also found out that the white powder used to preserve the dead and mummify it is cadmium chloride - the antibacterial effect of the chemical has kept Maria preserved.

The researchers are now working closely with their Peruvian colleagues to continue deciphering the genome and break its DNA code, reports Mir 24.

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