New book by Konstantin Korotkov
In 2017, strange mummies were found in Nazca, near the little town Palpa. They attracted wide attention and a lot of contradictory opinions. The author was lucky to be a part of this discovery and together with a team from Gaia Company was one of the first to see these mummies.
Researchers from different countries have been involved in the study of these mummies from the very beginning and have received irrefutable evidence of their authenticity.
The book presents the author’s impressions from his trips to Nazca, scientific facts, received mostly by Russian scientists, and different ideas – what would that mean? The book is intended for a wide range of people interested in new ideas, as well as professional scientists who need real evidence.
The Difficulties Of DNA Sequencing
One of the most difficult variables to control for in DNA sequencing is contamination, and it can come from a number of sources. Given the circumstances, our samples weren’t collected in the most sterile environment, therefore it can take some time to distinguish between DNA from those who came into contact with Maria, and actual DNA samples from her bone.
Once in the lab, the challenge is still not over. Aerosol contamination from solid or liquid particles can interfere, as well as improper handling, or cross contamination from previous sequencing. It’s a very delicate process, to say the least.
There are also various sequencing protocols based on different laboratories and their chosen methodologies. Before a lab begins their process, the sequencing must be based on a question, such as: “does this sample match the DNA of a primate?” or, “does this sample match the DNA of modern humans?” From there, the sample is compared to the specific DNA in question, and that one question can take months or even years to answer.
This is why we have made the costly and time-consuming decision to have multiple labs sequence Maria’s DNA – think of it like getting a second opinion from another doctor; with such sensitive material, we want to have the best information we can get.
Dr Konstantin Korotkov, who says with certainty in the Gaia video that the Nazca mummy “belongs to another creature,” also claims to have invented a camera that can photograph the soul and has previously made a host of pseudo-scientific pronouncements about the measurement of “auras”:
If we send positive emotions, if we send love to each other, then we increase not only the other person’s energy field, but our own energy field.
- File Size: 36976 KB
- Print Length: 324 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 25, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07TMDGSBJ
You can download this book on Amazon
Mysterious Mummies of Nazca
In spring of 2017, researchers began a scientific inquiry into the origins of six, three-fingered mummies found in Nazca, Peru.
Preliminary results from tests performed on the largest mummy’s anomalous hands, cross-examined against the rest of the body, revealed no evidence to indicate a hoax. Scientists found the largest mummy, Maria, to be female and carbon dated her at roughly 1,700 years old.
The tedious work of placing the mummies’ DNA in our fossil record, comparing it to modern and ancient humans has begun. As each finding yields more questions, find the latest news here.
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.
Although Gaia.com at least posed the idea that the mummy was an alien as a question, the Disclose.tv web site definitively reported the headline “New Alien Mummy Discovered in Peru Near Nazca Lines.”
The Nazca Lines are a set of geoglyphs (lines drawn by removing rocks and digging up earth) near Nazca, Peru. Some are drawn in the shape of animals (biomorphs) and are between 50 and 1,200 feet long, according to National Geographic. The absence of a single definitive explanation for their origins has prompted speculation that aliens were somehow involved in their creation.