Tuesday, February 11, 2014

DNA Tests Reveal South American Elongated Skulls NOT Human

  One of the Paracas Skulls
 
Most people don't know that King Tut's and his daddy's skulls are both elongated. But what about a bunch of skulls in Peru?

When elongated skulls are found (more often than you might think) anthropologists have been trained to assume that the odd shape of the skulls is due to ""cradle boarding." This horrible practice was common in a few cultures thousands of years ago. Baby's flexible heads were bound in such a way as to elongate their skulls over time as they grew and hardened permanently.

Enter: The "Paracas" skulls. They are definitely elongated. Far more than King Tut's skull!


 
Paracas Skull
 

The skulls were found on a desert peninsula of the south coast of Peru. This area used to be Incan. Of course, the skull find there is nothing new. In fact, the skulls are old news, although the DNA tests on a few of them are new.

Julio Tello, a Peruvian archaeologist found a bunch of skulls there in 1928, like a scene from Indiana Jones' archives (no, there wasn't a "crystal skull"  . . . at least that we know of).

Tello found over 300 elongated skulls (like the one pictured above). The skulls are believed to date all the way back to 3,000 BCE.

Three other skulls from the Paracas dig (1928)

In the past few days, Brien Foerster released preliminary information about one of the mysterious skulls. Now that this has finally happened, there should be significant media coverage of the results.

Here are the results of Foerster's findings:
  • Whatever the sample labeled 3A has came from – it had mtDNA with mutations unknown in any human, primate or animal known so far. The data is very sketchy though and a LOT of sequencing still needs to be done to recover the complete mtDNA sequence. But a few fragments I was able to sequence from this sample 3A indicate that if these mutations will hold we are dealing with a new human-like creature, very distant from Homo sapiens, Neanderthals and Denisovans.

  • The cranial volume is up to 25 percent larger and 60 percent heavier than conventional human skulls, meaning they could not have been intentionally deformed through head binding/flattening. They also contain only one parietal plate, rather than two. The fact that the skulls’ features are not the result of cranial deformation means that the cause of the elongation is a mystery, and has been for decades.

No, the skulls were definitely NOT the result of "cradle-boarding," the practice explained above when baby's heads were bound to artificially elongate their skulls.

A sample of hair has shown that the skulls are most likely not human at all, but rather from a different species other than homo sapiens sapiens. Yes, we bigfooters already know that hair is notoriously weak when it comes to extracting DNA results, but in the case of these skulls, there are other data to back up the results.

The Paracas skulls are different in several ways. For example, as Foerster mentioned, the cranial volume is up to 25 percent larger and 60 percent heavier than conventional human skulls. This means that they couldn't have been intentionally deformed through head binding/flattening. In addition, they have only one parietal plate, rather than two.

The implications of these findings are mind-blowing. Yes, they bring out the fact that non-human beings have walked the earth.

Foerster carefully handles one of the Paracas skulls

Brien Foerster holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Victoria, Canada. Since he did not earn a PhD from any university, his credentials are in question. Foerster runs guided tours in Peru, and has appeared four times on Ancient Aliens, a television program on the History Channel.

It is not surprising that the first public confirmation of DNA tests on the skulls would be conducted by an amateur archaeologist. Peru is one area of the planet that has ruined quite a few careers in anthropology. Why? Because the current power structure of our planet does not want to disclose things like non-human skeletons skulls, giant skeletons, and the evidence of civilizations that run counter to the prevailing archaeological “record.”  
Modern DNA tests were perfected in the 1980’s. One has to wonder why a test was not conducted on Paracas skulls before 2014. They are highly unusual and certainly worthy of testing.

Paracas skull next to a human skull: far thicker skull, twenty percent larger cranial volume, and even a sturdier jaw. Cross-examination also shows the eye sockets are larger. 
 
As you may know from my past blogs, I am a huge proponent of "hidden history." These skulls are yet one more example of the way all sorts of things on earth are being suppressed. Giant skeletons and skulls are yet another.

And let's not forget that Peru has long been associated with "alien" activity--from the Nazca Lines, to weird artifacts buried under the lines, to "landing strips" on the tops of mountains. I am not a proponent of the "alien" theory. In fact, I find it to be quite unprofessional and unlikely. It's no accident that programs like Ancient Aliens jump to such a conclusion. It fits very neatly into the possibility that fake "aliens" will one day invade human civilizations on earth. Of course, these "aliens" will be GMO humans flying advanced black ops craft. But that is the subject of another post.

The Paracas skulls add yet another significant contribution to the likelihood that non-human technologically advanced civilizations predated human ones. Yes, the evidence points to the fact that TERRESTRIAL giants once trod the globe.

Ancient Aliens? Nope. Ancient non-human giants with advanced technologies? Oh yeah. If I were a betting man, I'd put a thousand bucks down on that "dark horse" any day of the week.

 
Recent interview with Brian Foerster, explaining DNA results

Nazca Lines in Peru

Film footage of the skulls and where they were found

King Tut's skull: Elongated but human. Tut's DNA most closely matches people in the country of Wales. Why didn't the media report on that weird genealogical match? You tell me.
 

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