Educational Content Edit

Ohio State University Lecture
Professor Steven Brown's lecture on thinking critically and open-mindedly about the Nazca mummies.
Unearthing Nazca: The Complete Story
Investigates the discovery and scientific analysis of six three-fingered mummies from Nazca, Peru, detailing initial findings that challenge their authenticity as hoaxes and suggesting a historical context of about 1,700 years ago.
Features interviews with key investigators and experts, alongside a detailed narrative of the unfolding drama and controversy surrounding these potentially historic findings.
The Science Behind the Mysterious Mummies of Nazca
Robert Farrell joins Anomalies to provide an update on the controversy surrounding the "mummies" of Peru.
Dr. Richard O'Connor's Impressions on the Nazca Mummies
A team of U.S. forensic specialists has begun researching the Nazca mummies. They aim to verify and expand upon existing information gleaned from these mummies, which allegedly incorporate human DNA. This presentation explores current knowledge about the Nazca mummies and the potential implications of their study.

Theories & Research Edit

The Alien Project
Official website for studying and sharing information about the discovery and ongoing research into the Nasca mummies. It encompasses a wide range of analyses, including histological studies, DNA testing, C14 dating, and molecular composition assessments. High-definition scanning techniques were used to create detailed representations of the mummies.
The Miles Paper
A comprehensive paper by Cliff Miles, detailing the discovery and description of a new family, genus, and species of extraterrestrial beings, based on skeletal remains found in Nazca, Peru, with unique anatomical features not found in any known terrestrial species.
Theropod Evolution Theory
Dr. Mike Cahill, a scientist with extensive training in evolutionary theory, molecular cell biology, and biochemistry, as well as 35 years of research experience across industry and academia on three continents, presents a fascinating theory about the origins of the Nazca mummies. Dr. Cahill proposes that these strange tridactyl creatures could potentially be descended from therapod dinosaurs, representing a lineage distinct from birds that also survived the Cretaceous extinction event.

Visual & Diagnostic Imaging Edit

3D Viewer
Explore the Nazca mummies through interactive 3D models. Select layers based on radiodensity and examine cross-sections with the Clipping Cam.
Image Collection
CT scans, x-rays and other various images.
X-Ray of Body Performed Live
Radiologists and orthopedic doctors perform CT scans, X-rays, and live fluoroscopy.
DICOM Imaging Videos
This collection features five screen captures from the DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) image set of Josefina. The images were generated using various techniques, including multi-planar reconstructions, to visualize the anatomical structures from different perspectives.

Interviews & Examinations Edit

Dr. Mirko Tello Vinces Examines Maria
Expert in reconstructive hand surgery, visits San Luis Gonzaga National University to examine the tridactyl humanoid Maria.
Peru Research Team Investigate Edgarda and Large Tridactyl Hand
Researchers from the Technical University of Lima and independent investigators present exclusive footage of metal implant sampling from a unique three-fingered mummy and a loose forearm, showcasing their careful process and the mummy's distinct appearance.
Analysis of Peruvian Mummies by Dmitry Galetsky PhD
Associate Professor Maxillofacial Surgery, St Petersburg University. 40 minute presentation, study of Maria and smaller bodies.
Interview with Dmitry Galetsky
Podcast interview. Discusses research done on Nazca mummies and Maria. 1 hour 20 minutes.
Interview with José Ríos López
José Ríos López, a biologist who has been part of the Nazca mummy study group since 2016, shares his perspective on the groundbreaking discovery. He delves into the unique biology of two previously unknown species and presents compelling evidence to support the authenticity of the mummies.
Interview with Anthropologist Roger Zuñiga Aviles
An interview with Roger Zuñiga Aviles, Professor of Anthropology and Director of Research on the Nazca mummies at the University of Ica.
Humanity Rising Day 904: The Nazca Alien Mummies
In 2024, Michael Mazzola and his team headed to Mexico and Peru to investigate the mummies, film new bodies as they were unveiled for the first time, and meet the scientists who have been studying them in the lab.
Intervew with Dr. Richard O'Connor Regarding New Scientific Findings
Dr. O'Connor discusses findings in a newly released peer-reviewed scientific analysis by The Jesse A. Marcel Library.

Miscellaneous Edit

Scientific Results Presented to the Congress of Peru
A comprehensive scientific investigation that supports the authenticity of several non-human, three-fingered mummies discovered in Nazca, Peru, in 2015, which have been studied by an international team of multidisciplinary scientists despite facing significant skepticism and claims of falsification. For a concise summary of the hearing's highlights, read this blog post.
Scientific Results Presented to the Congress of Mexico
Four hour presentation from researchers in 2023. For a concise summary of the hearing's highlights, read this blog post.
Official Letter From University of Ica San Luis
An official statement from the National University "San Luis Gonzaga" in Ica, Peru, detailing their ongoing research and findings related to the Nazca mummies, emphasizing the scientific rigor and challenges encountered in their investigation.
Josefina STL
This STL file is based on CT scans of Josefina, allowing for an anatomically accurate 3D printed model.