Some remarkable footage of some very bizarre statues have gotten alien conspiracy theorists into a frency onlilne.
We recently reported on an incredible new video that shows sculptures and artifacts in Mexico that show some bizarre, almost alien characteristics. And the video, embedded at the bottom of this post, has created quite a stir online by believers who say that it is a sign that aliens once visited us thousands of years ago.
YouTuber UFOmania uploaded the video, which shows sculptures and artifacts dated at 5,000 years old. Because of their huge eyes and protruding heads, much like aliens are depicted in pop culture, these alien conspiracy theorists believe it is evidence either that aliens created the sculptures or that humans who witnessed the aliens decided to create them.
The video so far has around 60,000 views and climbing, and the comments on the video are certainly quite interesting as a debate rages on in regards to their authenticity.
“Many will know the Klaus Dona Artefacts,” reads the video description. “There are Tons more where they came from. More and more locals and farmers are showing their private Artefacts. Fortunately they did not give their Artefacts to the Smithsonian Institute and the like for further Analysis.”
Many commenters on the video were naturally quite skeptical that this is a smoking gun of evidence for aliens.
“If it looks to good to be true, it’s probably not. The fact that they wouldn’t submit them for testing doesn’t help either,” wrote alien hunter in the comments.
However, many were intrigued by the video.
“Thanks for upload! Haven’t seen these artifacts before, but none of this surprises me. There’s a lot more to come,” wrote Ken Rik.
“Too bad the official authorities can’t be trusted with these finds,” wrote Nelio Anderson. “It is disgusting how the scientific community refuses to look at any evidence that contradicts the established theory. They claim to be scientists but based on their notorious record of making out of place artifacts vanish it is clear that there is a political agenda present. A knowledge filter. As such it is not surprising to see the establishment attack archeologists/anthropologists/palientologist (can’t spell it) and geologists who had the courage and unbiased views to publish these finds. Much of the government sponsored “scientists” that are heads of many intellectual institutions are paid shills acting as guardians to the true knowledge of our past. Making them frauds as they attack legitimate science as fraudulent.”