Is it true that the “alien” figures in Mexico are really cakes?
In Mexico, which has been on the world agenda for the last few days, it was claimed that the figures presented to parliament with the claim of “alien fossils” actually turned out to be cakes. In the video accompanying the allegation, a person takes a slice from the face of the alien figure, and it was subtitled as if it was a news segment.
There are clear differences between the alleged alien figures and the cake
First, we compare the video accompanying the allegations with the alleged alien objects presented to the Mexican Congress.
It is noteworthy that there are significant differences between the cake-shaped “alien figures” in the posts and those presented to the Mexican Congress. Details such as the difference in height, size and facial features suggest that the cake-shaped figures may have been taken from another source.
The alien-shaped cake was made by a cake artist
When we continue our investigation with screenshots from the claim video, we see that the alien-shaped cake was first shared on the account @The_Bakeking. Ben Cullen, who describes himself as an “award-winning cake artist”, can be seen on his Instagram account with a realistic cake resembling the alleged alien figures in Mexico.
Cullen also shared it on his X (Twitter) account with the caption “I had to do this” and thanked the praise in the comments.
It is possible to see similar realistic cakes on the artist’s social media accounts.
In the introductory article on his YouTube channel, he explains that he prepares his cakes for entertainment purposes.
In other words, it is seen that the alien figures are not really cakes, as claimed, but only for humorous purposes.
Jaime Maussan, who introduced himself as a ufologist and journalist in the Mexican Congress, shared two fossils that he claimed belonged to aliens with the public and parliamentarians on live broadcast. Maussan claimed that these mummies were not creatures recovered from UFO wreckage, but were found in diatom (algae) mines and then fossilized.
However, the scientific basis of the remains presented is unknown and their presentation in parliament does not mean that the Mexican government has recognized their existence.
What was the claim?
It was claimed that the figures presented to parliament in Mexico claiming to be aliens were in fact cakes.
- The video does not show the alleged alien figures in Mexico.
- There are clear differences between the alien-shaped cake and the alleged alien fossils.
- The cake was made by a cake artist for humorous purposes.
Analysis Result: FALSE!