Apparently this guy from the Tepotzlan, Morelos area of Mexico, Mario Enrique Gonzalez Mondragon claims to be having interactions with aliens from the planet Humus. Yea, I know, it’s starting to sound a bit wonky.
Mondragon says they are beautiful beings who use triangular crafts and they are fulfilling some sort of prophecy. He allegedly uses night vision binoculars that record photos. He also claims to have several other pictures in an album.
Of course, as we speak, “top experts in the field” are examining his pictures. Hmm, where have we heard that one before?
As I watched the video, lots of red flags were rolling through my mind and then I learned that Mondragon had an association with Jaime Maussan. Typically, once I see Maussan’s name on something I run far away. However, it was pointed out that Mondragon is not working with Maussan. OK, maybe not….
So, now it’s your turn to get in on the fun by first watching the video. Once you have an idea of what’s going on there you can then move on to my debun….Ahh, I mean analysis.
As I said prior to the video, I was very skeptical as to the authenticity of this whole story. I decided to do a little investigation and started by looking for a match of the first alien photo.
I spent about 2 hours trying to match it up with sheep, goats, dogs, etc..with no luck. Then I thought, would this guy actually take an existing alien mock up and alter it with some lighting or some other computer generated graphics?
So, I moved on to alien photos from museums, displays and other similar venues. It didn’t take long for me to hit on a match. In fact it was so identical that I didn’t even bother with the rest of the presentation. I felt I had the smoking gun I needed.
Below you can see how I went about my analysis as it’s pretty self explanatory. The main alien photo is from a display that can be found all over the Interwebs as it’s been used many times. The alien used on the overlay is of course from Mondragon’s video.
I have a much larger version but I believe this clearly shows what I was going for.
As you can see, all I did was change the axis point and then on two of them I made Mondragon’s alien transparent by 65% before the overlay. Now I know there is software out there that would allow me to have it move over and then back again but I don’t have it. Frankly, I don’t think it’s necessary.
Now it’s up to you the reader to decide if you think I’m accurate or if I’m just fooling myself. I am of the opinion that it’s very discerning.
I will never understand these charlatans who believe they can fool the public. I feel bad for those who are fooled as well as feeling a sense of responsibility to expose such hoaxes.
I’m not going to come right out and call this a hoax but there is little choice otherwise, at least in my estimation.
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