This is the bizarre moment a woman claims to be speaking alien in a series of viral TikTok posts.
Blonde Mafe Walker, 45, says her powers came to life after a visit to the ancient Mexican pyramids site of Teotihuacan, near Mexico City.
Many believe the complex – abandoned before the arrival of the Spanish in Mexico – is linked to visits by aliens and UFOs.
Now Mafe claims the ancient alien language spoken by visiting ETs has come to her from the mystical site.
In one video she delivers what seems to be a stream of gibberish in a sing-song voice with no apparent meaning.
Internet fame took off after she opened a TikTok account only a month ago and was invited on local television to talk about her role as a medium, and telepath with access to “a galactic portal”.
She delivers what appears to be gabbled nonsense.
But her TV hosts on the TV Azteca’s ‘Venga La Alegria’ show took her at her word with the caption “Mafe Walker speaks to us in an alien language, totally live!”
Mafe says she was born in Bogota in Colombia in 1977, and previously worked as an estate agent.
She claims to be fluent in Spanish and English as well as the “astral languages.”
Mafe claims that “alien vibrations” opened up latent abilities in her own vocal cords allowing her access to their language.
She said she had the ability from a young age but tried to keep it secret until 2012 when she started using a portal to act as a medium and then started talking after the visit to the ancient site.
Sceptics believe she is simply a new twist on religious devotees who claim to be able to speak in tongues and ancient biblical languages.
The Teotihuacan pyramids are often said to be a place of extraterrestrial activity because of their sophisticated construction, way in advance of methods of the time.
It is not known who built the complex but it was founded as early as 400 B.C., though the largest structures of the city were not completed until about 300 A.D.
The city reached its peak around 100 years later, with a population as high as 200,000 before it was abandoned and then later re-inhabited by the Aztecs in the 1400s, who named it Teotihuacan.