All over the world archaeologists have been digging up huge, elongated skulls that look nothing like the skulls of any known human. They look like the skulls of Aliens in fact.
Mainstream views reject the idea of aliens off the bat. They say they were caused by “artificial cranial deformation” and “head flattening” techniques. To prove their point, they reference the practice of various tribes of binding and flattening their heads so that they can grow in a particular shape. So problem solved, right? Nothing to see here, let’s move along, right? Wrong. Head-Binding and Head-Flattening can change the shape of heads but cannot increase the weight, volume and size of skulls. Many of the skulls unearthed are way too big to be the result of mere head-binding. Instead, it looks as if the practice of head-binding are attempts to imitate or look like the large-headed Beings.
There are some of the the “Paracas Skulls” discovered 1928 in Peru:
For comparison, this is the result of an actual Mayan artificial “head flattening”:
An example ancient Greek “head-flattening”:
And a result of head-binding:
Notice the difference? It’s not possible to get these skulls of huge volumes through head-binding. Hence many webpages on Artificial Cranial Deformation only show ancient skulls and no modern examples beside them. When you do a side by side comparison you see that things don’t match up and that many of these ancient skulls are apprently not artificial deformations but rather the natural skull shapes of an unknown terrestrial or extraterrestrial people. The case for an alien origin of the elongated skulls is not too far-fetched if you consider the reason various indigenous tribes cite for trying to make their skulls bigger – which is to “look like the gods” and to have “higher powers”. The “gods” they are referring to were those ancients who traveled the skies with their firey aircraft.
Using Google to look up information on the skulls you will find hundreds of websites presenting blatantly false and easily refutable data on this subject. This strikes me as a little odd. Just two examples to give you a sense of this. This is an article titled “Three Elongated Skulls found in the Antarctica“. It shows the Peruvian Paracas skulls and claims that they were found in the Antarctica. The article has 719 “Facebook Likes” and a bunch of skeptics “debunking” the find in the comments section. Here’s another example from the popular trash-website beforeitsnews.com, which claims that DNA samples have been taken of the Paracas Skulls, showing links to Aliens. You will find a few thousand further websites making the same claim. But if you follow the lead and look for specific data on these supposed DNA tests, you won’t find any. They all trace back to one source… the claims of researcher by the name of Brien Foerster. His claims may or may not have validity, but as long as their is only one single source of a claim and no laboratory documentation to back it up, it should be taken with a grain of salt rather than widely publicized as “proof of aliens”. I have sometimes wondered whether the loads of distorted information a serious investigator is confronted with is purposefully planted to discourage research or discredit a topic altogether.
The ancient Egyptians frequently showed their gods and half-gods as learge-headed beings:
Having found real skulls of these sizes they can no longer be considered “purely mythological”.
An oversize Skull found at “Sanders Mound” in Texas:
One of several elongated skulls found (alongside human skulls) in Mexico:
Whenever the “head-flattening” theory is dismissed, skeptics are quick to offer the next one, according to which the ancients suffered from an illness called Craniosynostosis. This explanation too is highly doubtful not only because the illness is exceedingly rare but because the illness has not been shown to produce skulls of that large size.
There are other reasons Craniosynostosis and Head-Binding do not account for these skulls, other than their volume being twice that of human ones. Consider the jawbones and facial features on this South American one:
This jaw is not human by any stretch. What is the cause here, “jaw binding”? The jaws are larger, have a different shape and have different muscle attachments than those of humans. Even the superficial glance of an amateur can see that. Let’s compare this skull to that of an average human:
The huge skulls have meanwhile been undug in Indonesia, Spain, Mexico, Peru, Iraq and Egypt (and possibly places I am not aware of). Are we to believe that all of these large-heads were suffering from a genetic illness…or are they rather exactly what the ancients said they were? The ancient Egyptians called these the “gods” and “half-gods”. A Tour of ancient Egypt or Sumeria will reveal that they were often shown wearing huge headdresses that emphasized their large skulls. This of course, is a hint that not all “gods” were supernatural beings, some of them were flesh and blood (in my book I differentiate between supernaturals and extraterrestrials, both of which influenced human affairs).
Throughout the last hundreds of years many oversize skulls (as well as other anomalous artifacts and giant skeletons) have simply disappeared. Whether this is due to neglect, some kind of archaeological mafia who steals them for trade or due to some kind of institutional cover-up I don’t know. Add to that the fact that they are never over-publicized in the press and respective journals, you begin to realize that their existence is not terribly popular. And that’s certainly understandable. I am not sure what it would do to the mass-psychology of humankind if this stuff were common knowledge. “Welcome to school, kids. History Lesson 1. Humans originate from conehead aliens”. Doesn’t sound too reassuring, does it?
One example of oversize skulls that disappeared are those that were dug up, photographed and studied in Malta. They were on display in a Museum until 1985, after which they disappeared without a trace. Excerpted from an article at the website Ancient Origins:
“One particularly interesting fact about the Hypogeum is that when it was discovered, 7,000 skeletons were found piled within the chambers. What’s more is that they had a unique characteristic – elongated skulls – and one of the skulls (out of only a handful that survived) lacked the Fossa median (the join that runs along the top of the skull). It is known that some of the skulls were on display in the Archaeological Museum in Valletta. However, after 1985 all the skulls that had been found in the Hypogeum, along with other elongated skulls found across multiple ancient sites in Malta, disappeared without a trace, and have never been recovered. What remains to testify their existence and their abnormality are the photos of Dr Anton Mifsud, and his colleague Dr Charles Savona Ventura, and their books detailing the abnormalities of the skulls, including: elongation, abnormally developed temporal partitions, and drilled and swollen occiputs. Supporting the finding is an extract written in the National Geographic magazine in the 1920s describing the first inhabitants of Malta as a race with elongated skulls:
“From an examination of the skeletons of the polished-stone age, it appears that the early inhabitants of Malta were a race of long-skulled people of lower medium height, akin to the early people of Egypt, who spread westward along the north coast of Africa, whence some went to Malta and Sicily and others to Sardinia and Spain.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE January to June, 1920 VOLUME XXXVII”
It is, of course, highly suspicious that the evidence for such a significant discovery went missing. It appears to suggest that someone wished to keep the results of the finding out of public knowledge, and perhaps out of the hands of researchers.
A race of people with elongated skulls, a chamber of unbelievable acoustic properties, and the mysterious disappearance of more than 7,000 skulls makes you think that something very special happened in this place, yet very few people to know about it, and it appears someone wanted it to be this way”
A Mayan skull found in the Yucatan region of Mexico (falsely presented as a skull found in Siberia on various websites):
The following are statues found in southern Iraq and ascribed to the Sumerians. They are sometimes referred to as the “figurines of Eridu”. Some of them have a serpentine appearance. These large-headed figurines are said to be approximately 7000 years old.
Their meaning is considered a “complete mystery”. But are they really such a mystery? Our ancient mythology is full of serpent-gods, giants and all sorts of other strange beings. And unless we accept some type of non-human, alien or foreign influence into human history, our origins and purpose will remain a “mystery”. The alternative is to simply acknowledge that “yes, something very strange happened back then. Prehistory was more than just a bunch of cavemen hunting for animals. There is something bigger going on. Maybe something Cosmic”.