Nasca Mummies Josefina discovered in Nasca – Peru has characteristics which, as a whole, correspond to a specific species (Humanoid Reptile).


Size: 58,50 cm
Species: Humanoïde Reptil
Gender: femelle
3 fingered hands including 4 phalanges and a long fingernail
Feet of 3 toes with 3 phalanges
Presence of joints
9 pairs of ribs, plus 2 floating pairs
Hollow bones
Presence of reproductive system
Possible tetractile neck
Presence of cranial sutures 
Presence of tympanic bubble

Female specimen presumably pregnant, with presence of four ovoid objects (“eggs”?) in the abdomen.

There has been no DNA analysis or C14 dating for this specimen at this time.


Josefina’s presentation

Josefina’s X-ray session

New images from the 16 cuts CT-scanners

3D reconstruction from DICOM files

Axial, coronary and sagittal view

Axial, coronary and sagittal sections

Josefina’s cranial sutures

Organic material

3D videos

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Presentation of biologist José de la Cruz Ríos López

Presentation of José de la Cruz Ríoz López on November 19, 2018 at the Congress of the Republic of Peru in Lima

From 00:00 to 23:22

Translation: Catherine Rayer

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Presentation’ slides of José de la Cruz Ríoz López

Conclusions of José de la Cruz Ríoz López

The analyzed specimen has characteristics, as a whole correspond to a own kind (Humanoid Reptile).

Its phenotypic characteristics are more related to the group known as reptiles (without auricular flag, absence of nipples or mammary glands, absence of hair, absence of 5 fingers, etc.).

The eggs of the Humanoid Reptile, in their morphology, resemble those of reptiles by their symmetry

A variety of phenotypic characteristics of the Humanoid Reptile are observed, such as: furcula, hollow bones, pronation of the hand, hands and feet, which are found in the group of theropods or dinosaurs extinct about 65 million years ago. years.

The presence of a bone on the forearm and on the leg corresponds to this specimen (Humanoid Reptile) and differs in its evolution from a common ancestor known on Earth. Its evolution is therefore different from the known species on Earth.

Presentation of medical examiner José de Jesús Zalce Benítez

Translation: Catherine Rayer

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By studying these images, it was possible to identify the bone structures that have a harmonious and functional anatomical relationship with each other, which would make it possible to determine an organic mobility of the specimen analyzed.

By studying these images, we have been able to identify similar structures in their physiognomy to organs and their components, which have a similarity with vascular, digestive tract packets, reproductive system, but which have particularities that make them different from what is described and known in human anatomy, and bring them closer to other different species.

By studying these images, and their three-dimensional reconstruction, we can identify that the bone anatomy as well as the ovoid structures (4 eggs) and the flexible anatomy (skin, fat, muscles, organs, blood vessels, oral cavity, digestive tract, reproductive system, oviduct), and other joint structures (such as muscles, tendons, ligaments and cartilages) have a direct relationship between their position and their tracts, which shows their authenticity and the organic functionality itself which is unique and non-reproducible between individuals.

This determines the validity and the fact that this is a new and unknown species organism, from a unique evolutionary biological origin and distinct from what has been described or known in the human species or any other.

DNA results confirm no direct relationship with any animal-like organism known or described until this day.
And I would like to make it clear, we used to talk about a correspondance between 30% and 33% DNA. That’s not relevant, those 30% are not relevant, what matters is how different it is, and it’s different at 70%.
This distinction and differentiation of 70% makes this species unique, invaluable and non-reproducible, and deserves further study and scientific analysis.

Carbon 14 results gives an approximate dating period which implies a taxonomic origin distinct from what is known or described in terrestrial species already studied and referenced by science

More than that, I will conclude. There are other studies, for example the skin, for example diatom powder, for example the artificial and natural mummification processes, which means that there is a lot to study, a lot to add in this investigation.

I conclude in the persistence of this need, to continue and open more the access for the study of each one of these parts and bodies of these specimens, for scientific institutions in a collegial form and multidisciplinary to corroborate what has already been told, … the truth, and thus determine their origin, as well as the typology and taxonomic classification of these bodies mummified by desiccation, found here in Peru.

They are a new paradigm for history, for what is described by current science, and for what is called the natural evolution of species on this planet.

Galetskiy Dmitriy Vladislàvovich

Medicine’s University of St. Petersburg – Russia

Translation: Catherine Rayer

From 15:15 to the end

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Metal plate

A metallic breastplate is placed on the chest. Its composition is as follows:

  • Copper 85%

Josefina’s skull

Differences with a lama’s skull
Study from José de la Cruz Ríos López

Differences between the llama skull (Lama glama) and the Humanoid Reptile

What you did not know about the differences between the skull of the llama and the Humanoid Reptile.

Spongy bone, synonymous with trabecular bone, is one of two types of bone tissue that make up bones. Compared to compact bone, it has a larger surface, but it is less dense, softer, weaker and less rigid.
Pneumatic bones are those that have cavities filled with air which makes them lighter than bones that are completely solid.
CONCLUSION. The skull of the Humanoid Reptile is light but resistant and this is because inside it houses a large macrocephalic brain

Cutaway views of the skull

Josefina’s shoulders

Left shoulder

Right shoulder

Josefina’s hands

Left hand

Right hand

Josefina’s abdomen


Femur / pelvis joint

Josefina’s eggs

Comparison of radiodensities of different parts of Josefina’s body with eggs

FigurePart of the bodyDensity in UH*
Figure 1Arm's bone1 379,22
Leg's bone1 510.23
Figure 2Vertebra114,53
Figure 3Top right egg2 030,88
Top left egg2 431, 75
Figure 4Top left egg2 470,91
Bottom egg1 915,26
Metal implant**5 241,42
Figure 54th egg in formation881,36

*: – For info: The bone mass range from 700 to 3000 HU.
**: The metal implant on the chest of Josefina is composed of 85% copper and impurity like iron, sulfur (see the synthesis of the analysis report of the metals)

Details of the structure inside the eggs

With probable presence of an embryo still visible inside one of them.

Possible fit between eggs and spine

Josefina’s vertebraes


Left hip

Right hip

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