March 10, 2015
June 28, 2017
I had the same red flags, as you did, when I first watched the video. It is important to be skeptical of any alien video evidence at first. Yet, I see nothing in this video that automatically discounts it's veracity. Perhaps the outdoor setting was used simply because of time or travel constraints. Besides which, sunlight is an excellent photographic light source. As far as Jamie, yes, he's a faker, but lets put him aside because he only seems to be a consultant apart from the presenter of the mummy.
The white powder covering of the mummy could easily have been some other material used because, if the natives believed it was an alien, should be special and different from traditional mummification. I suppose that powdered Talc was used.
Most importantly are the CAT scans which show details of an anatomy never before seen in humans. To make a fake skeleton of the intricate vertebrae of the spine, yet with 22 vertebra, instead of the 24 in humans, would be such a costly endeavor as is not profitable. This is a great significance and should not be dismissed without further scrutiny. I know the Space Brothers are here visiting. I only hope the rest of you soon realize it.
The Truth Is In Here.
March 10, 2015
Did you see towards the bottom, the information I put about the man hocking fake alien mummies? He seems like a scam artist, and his videos detail how they are made and put together. He first said that he found alien mummies. When no one believed him, he then said they were manufactured mummies to look like aliens, using real mummy parts and animal bones, BUT, they were made 1800 years ago by the Nazca people themselves.
In other words, when his first hoax failed, he changed the narrative to see if that worked.
You can see the time stamped videos go back to the end of 2016, well before Gaia's trip to Peru and before Jaime Maussan started advertising it.