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The University of Peru has announced that it has the three-fingered mummies and intends to show and tell everything there is to know about the mysterious humanoid forms. This comes to light after a separate but related announcement of the discovery of a giant three-fingered geoglyph in the Chilean Atacama Desert that closely resembles mummies.

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Will these strange beings finally be identified and explained?

Despite the opposition of some archaeologists and media journalists, who even went to this university to oppose this decision, this university has opted for the scientifically correct path. The Vice-Chancellor, Mr Martin Alarcón, wants to investigate. On November 6, 2019, there will be a press conference to officially announce this decision by the university.
These are the National University of San Luis Gonzaga in the Department of Ica in Peru, an area centrally located towards the Nazca Lines, the Palpa or Paracas glyphs, the elongated skulls of Paracas, and the Chincha people (possible creators of glyphs pre-Columbians).

The ExoNews website broke the news of the acquisition of the mummies ahead of the university’s planned press conference on November 6. Journalists Jaime Maussan and Jois Mantilla say Gaia, the organization that has control of the mummies and investigates them, will not be involved in university research. Yosef Ben Levi, theologian and researcher of “three-toed” mummies, spent more than 70 minutes with Mantilla explaining the new investigation. (Watch the video below – unfortunately not in Italian or English.)

“The International Foundation for Culture and Life Sciences is pleased to share this material which corresponds to a three-toed humanoid geoglyph very similar to those publicly known as” The Mummies of Nazca “in Peru, in this case just over 800 km in the municipality of Huara, Tarapacá Region in Chile. ”

Meanwhile, the International Foundation for Culture and Life Sciences (FICCV), a new Chilean organization dedicated to researching, conserving and teaching artifacts from A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ Chilean cultures, has announced the discovery of a three-fingered humanoid glyph. (three-toed) in the Tarapacá region of northern Chile on the Pan-American Highway – which coincidentally crosses the Nazca Desert, the location of the Nazca lines and glyphs.

“One of the feet exhibits a 90 degree angle similar to the feet in the three-toed \’mummy\’ called \’María\’. If María and the 60cm entities are authentic, could the former be a hybrid between a human and the smallest of the 60cm Beings that have more significant reptilian characteristics? ”
That bent foot, not the three toes on the Chilean humanoid glyph, could be the missing link between it and Nazca\’s three-toed mummies, according to José de la Cruz Ríos López, a biologist who has studied both. Yosef Ben Levi reveals on his Facebook page how he and other university researchers are involved in the study of three-toed mummies:

“On behalf of the whole team of the Inkarri Institute – Cusco, we wish good luck to all the leaders and scientists of the National University of San Luis Gonzaga in Ica. We would like to thank them warmly for taking the courage to make the decision to scientifically and officially study these controversial mummies. Like millions of people around the world, we are counting on you to definitively establish the truth about this incredible story. ”

The University of Peru has announced that it possesses three-finger mummies and intends to show and tell all there is to know about the mysterious humanoid forms. This comes to light after a separate but related announcement of the discovery of a giant three-finger geoglyph in the Chilean Atacama desert that closely resembles mummies. Will these strange beings finally be identified and explained? Despite the opposition of some archaeologists and media journalists, who have even gone to this university to counter this decision, this university has opted for the scientifically correct path. The vice-rector, Mr. Martin Alarcón, wants to investigate. On 6 November 2019 there will be a press conference to officially announce this decision by the university.
These are the National University of San Luis Gonzaga in the Department of Ica in Peru, an area centrally located towards the Nazca Lines, the Palpa or Paracas glyphs, the elongated skulls of Paracas and the Chincha people (possible creators of glyphs) pre-Columbian). The ExoNews website announced the acquisition of the mummies ahead of the university’s scheduled press conference on November 6th. Journalists Jaime Maussan and Jois Mantilla say that Gaia, the organization that controls mummies and investigates them, will not be involved in university research. Yosef Ben Levi, theologian and researcher of “three-toed” mummies, spent more than 70 minutes with Mantilla explaining the new investigation. (Watch the video below – unfortunately not in Italian or English.) “The International Foundation for Culture and Life Sciences is pleased to share this material that corresponds to a three-toed humanoid geogliph similar to those publicly known as” The mummies of Nazca “in Peru, in this case just over 800 km in the municipality of Huara, Region of Tarapacá in Chile.” Meanwhile, the International Foundation for Culture and Life Sciences (FICCV), a new Chilean organization dedicated to research, conservation and teaching of artifacts from A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ Chilean cultures, announced the discovery of a three-finger humanoid glyph in the region of Tarapacá in northern Chile on the Pan-American highway – which coincidentally crosses the Nazca desert , the position of the Nazca lines and glyphs. “One of the feet shows a 90 degree angle similar to the feet in the three-finger” mummy “called” María. “If María and the 60 cm entities are authentic, the first could be a hybrid between a human and the smallest of Beings of 60 cm that have more significant reptilian characteristics? “That bent foot, not the three fingers on the Chilean humanoid glyph, could be the missing link between it and Nazca’s three-finger mummies, according to José de la Cruz Ríos López, a biologist who studied both. Yosef Ben Levi reveals on his Facebook page how he and other researchers at the University are studying the three-toed mummies: “On behalf of the entire Inkarri Institute team – Cusco, we wish all the leaders and scientists of the National University of San Luis Gonzaga of Ica. We would like to thank them warmly for having had the courage to make the decision to study these controversial mummies scientifically and officially. Like millions of people around the world, we are counting on you to establish the truth about this incredible story in a definitive way. “

The University of Peru has announced that it has three-fingered mummies and intends to show and tell everything there is to know about the mysterious humanoid forms. This comes to light after a separate but related announcement of the discovery of a giant three-fingered geoglyph in the Chilean Atacama Desert that closely resembles mummies. Will these strange beings finally be identified and explained? Despite the opposition of some archaeologists and media journalists, who have even gone to this university to counteract this decision, this university has chosen the scientifically correct path. The vice-chancellor, Mr. Martin Alarcón, wants to investigate. On November 6, 2019 there will be a press conference to officially announce this decision of the university. These are the National University of San Luis Gonzaga in the Ica Department of Peru, an area located centrally towards the Nazca Lines, the Palpa or Paracas glyphs, the Paracas elongated skulls, and the Chincha people (possible glyph makers) pre -Columbian). The ExoNews website announced the acquisition of the mummies ahead of the university\’s scheduled news conference on November 6. Journalists Jaime Maussan and Jois Mantilla say that Gaia, the organization that controls and investigates the mummies, will not participate in the university investigation. Yosef Ben Levi, theologian and researcher of “three-fingered” mummies, spent more than 70 minutes with Mantilla explaining the new research. (Watch the video below, unfortunately not in Italian or English). “The International Foundation for Culture and Life Sciences is pleased to share this material that corresponds to a three-fingered humanoid geoglip similar to those publicly known as “The Nazca Mummies” in Peru, in this case just over 800 km in the municipality of Huara, Tarapacá Region in Chile”. Meanwhile, the International Foundation for Culture and Life Sciences (FICCV), a new Chilean organization dedicated to the research, conservation and teaching of artifacts from A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ Chilean cultures announced the discovery of a three-fingered humanoid glyph in the Tarapacá region, in the north of Chile, on the Pan-American highway, which coincidentally crosses the Nazca desert. , the position of the Nazca lines and glyphs. “One of the feet shows a 90-degree angle similar to the feet in the three-toed “mummy” named “Mary.” If Maria and the 60cm entities are authentic, could the former be a hybrid between a human and the smaller of 60cm beings that have more significant reptilian characteristics? “That bent foot, not the three toes in the Chilean humanoid glyph, could be the missing link between it and the three-toed Nazca mummies, according to José de la Cruz Ríos López, a biologist who has studied both. Yosef Ben Levi reveals on his Facebook page how he and other University researchers are studying the three-toed mummies: “On behalf of the entire Inkarri-Cusco Institute team, we wish all the leaders and scientists of the National University of San Luis Gonzaga of Ica. We want to warmly thank you for having the courage to make the decision to study these controversial mummies scientifically and officially. Like millions of people around the world, we are counting on you to definitively establish the truth about this incredible story. “

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