Throughout history, children’s books have been filled with images of the fairies, through exquisite nineteenth-century paintings of tiny graceful beings who never stop laughing and sparkling.
The fairies illustrated had the appearance of children with feathers, or cherubs, or mischievous creatures having pointed ears in early sketches.
However, contrary to their adorable appearance, encounters with fairies are not recommended, not to say very dangerous. The winged creatures are infamous for their hidden forms and ability to alter human perceptions of existence, do possess a gloomy aspect resembling that of the alien, especially the gray ones.
To put it another way, encounters with fairies are very dangerous. Fairies, who known for their hidden forms and ability to change human perceptions of existence, have a dark side that resembles that of extraterrestrial, especially the gray ones.
A mysterious beast with wings has recently been found in Mexico. Though skeptics initially believe that this is just a prank, or some kinds of deception, conspiracy theorists attribute it to the first scientifically confirmed body of a fairy, or an extraterrestrial entity.
Fairy or an extraterrestrial being?
According to The Inquisitr, in a video posted on YouTube on July 8, 2016, a researcher named Brien Foerster said that he had discovered the dead body of a strange beast with humanoid features and tiny wings in an office in Mexico City.
“What is this odd wingless insect in this jar? As a scientist, I do not suppose it’s wrong.” “This fairy has a human and realistic look,” Foerster said. “I would like to have this creature’s DNA analyzed.”
L. Marzulli, an author and researcher in extraterrestrial life, investigated the alleged winged beast and questioned paranormal researchers including Jaime Maussan.
“It’s an extraterrestrial hybrid,” Maussan says in the video, “and that’s really relevant because I believe these are classified tests.”
“They do, though, have a human body. We should examine the physical body to demonstrate. That these tests are being carried out by something, an intellect.”
Marzulli also conducted an interview with a man claiming to be a physicist.
The X-ray investigation, according to the doctor, proved that the enigmatic corpse is not an artificial product. “It has wings, and we have an X-ray of it, and we can see the outline of the bones,” the alleged scientist claims.
Is this a well-crafted joke? Perhaps it’s conclusive proof that fairies are extraterrestrial beings?