Video: Mexican Government Releases Ancient Space Explorer and Extra-terrestrial Evidences

Newly released ancient Mayan documents, which are estimated to be around 1,300 years old, seem to reveal that mankind is not alone in the universe and very advanced technologies such as space travel have likely existed thousands of years back.

The documentation, which was released by the Mexican government, not only suggests the existence of space explorer but may also shows the origin of human race.

Some consider the revelation by the government as a major development for humanity as it seems the truth is slowly getting disclosed. Many people in the UFO and extra-terrestrial community are hoping that the newly released documentation will fast track the disclosure of similar and other related information through the effort of governments around the world.

The Sundance winner “Revelation of the Mayans 2012,” by Juan Carlos Rulfo, also discusses such technology. The makers of the documentary were closely working with the Mexican government, according to the producer, Raul Julia-Levy, who described the cooperation as good for mankind. He revealed that MEXICO President Alvaro Colom Caballeros was the one who ordered to collaborate.

Julia-Levy said the government will release the artefacts, codices and related documents with proof of extra-terrestrial and Mayan contact. Archaeologists will corroborate all of their information. He explained that the government is not alone in making this statement as everything is supported with significant evidence.

Mexican state of Campeche minister of tourism Luis Augusto Garcia Rosado went on record to confirm the discovery of alien life. In a statement by Rosado, he confirmed the documents about Mayans and extra-terrestrials contact, which the government has kept for quite some time in underground vaults. He also mentioned about the 3,000-year-old landing pads in the jungle in one of his interviews.

It is revealed that the Mexican government has protected these secrets for around 80 years.