Monday, August 18, 2008

5 Mysterious Skulls: Dare They Be Called, Human?


A guest post by s hayes


This isn't your most recent episode of Unsolved Mysteries. In fact, these are five authentic skulls dug up and discovered from nearly every corner of the globe. If the skulls are actually of human origin has been put up for debate by some. Either way, these anomalies will either give you a great costume idea, inspiration to go on your own Indian Jones-style adventure, or just provide a reason for some really freaky dreams.

The Horned Skull



During an archaeological dig in Sayre, Bradford County, Pennsylvania in the 1880s, a number of human skulls were unearthed. These skeletons were anatomically correct, except for the anomaly of their projections, two inches above the eyebrow, and the fact that their average height in life would have been around seven feet tall. The bones were sent to the American Investigating Museum in Philadelphia, where they were stolen - never to be seen again.



Above: Instances today of genetic throwbacks to this race.

Starchild Skull

Starchild Skull

This peculiar skull was found in a mine tunnel, 100 miles Southwest of Chihuahua. Dental analysis have ascertained that the skull is that of a five year old child. However, the interior of the skull is 20cm larger than the average adult cranial cavity. The optic nerve is situated at the bottom of the eye socket, rather than the back.

The back of the skull is flattened, but not by artificial means. Carbon dating places the skull's age at approximately 1100 BCE. DNA testing has determined that the child had a human mother, but useful lengths of nuclear DNA for further testing could not be recovered. In 2004, Royal Holloway College of the University of London revealed “fibers” in the bone of the skull and a reddish residue, neither of which are known or recorded to exist prior to the discovery.

Peruvian Skulls

Peruvian Skulls

These odd elongated skulls originate from Peru. They were excavated in Nazca - close to the mysterious Nazca lines. As with the horned skull race, skeletal remains reveal that this race was extremely tall - up to nine feet in height. Similar skulls have been excavated in Mexico and are on display in museums. Some of the elongated skulls showed evidence of ancient brain surgery, suggesting an advanced knowledge and understanding of biology. Suggestions that the skulls were altered by a process of binding the skull in infancy, when the cranial bones are soft, encouraging them to grow into an un-natural shape, have been rejected.

Nevertheless, skull binding cannot increase the internal capacity of the cranial void - and evidence points to the fact that in the case of the Peruvian and Mexican skulls, the cranial void is significantly larger than in a normal skull. It is intriguing also to consider the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten and his family - who were depicted in hieroglyphics as having a large misshapen skull.



Above: Depictions of Akhenaten and his Daughter

Robert Connolly Discoveries

Robert Connolly was researching the paper “In Search of Ancient Wisdom" when he came across these intriguing skulls. During his research, Robert photographed them:




This skull is in all respects similar to modern skulls, with only several factors out of proportion. The size of eye sockets are about 15% larger than normal. The cranial cavity is almost double that of a normal human - the estimated cranial capacity ranges between minimum of 2600 cm3 to 3200 cm3.



Above: The lower jaw bone of this skull is missing.

What is noticeable about the remnants of the facial portion is that the characteristics are entirely within the range of a normal human skull. The cranial cavity, on the other hand, is extremely large - with the cavity exceeding 3000cm3 Also, the two protruding "lobes" are highly anomalous.

Bulgarian Skull



This skull cannot visibly classified as human - but is interesting. It was discovered in 2001, the Rodopi Mountains, Bulgaria. Very little else is known at this point in time.

Image sources: 1, 2, 3, 4




75 comments:

  1. Any chance of fixing the broken images?

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  2. Thanks for the comment Wayne. I am working on it. The reason is probably the stumblupon spike we just had on the article. I hope to be able to get them back soon.

    Gil

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  3. Well, it took quite a lot of work (had to re-edit the entire article code from scratch...) but it worked and images are back now. Enjoy everyone and thank you for your patience! Gil

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  4. Anonymous19.8.08

    "However, the interior off the skull is 200cm larger than the average adult cranial cavity."

    Are you sure that the interior was a whole 2 meters larger... freak show. Or was it negative space?

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  5. Anonymous19.8.08

    Still can't see the images. All I get is the alt-text.

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  6. interesting!!!!but i think these skulls are hoax, we have to wait for more scientific findings and still have to wait for official statements about these skulls if they're really human skulls

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    1. Anonymous22.6.12

      official from who, the vatican? think for yourself and do your own research.

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  7. Images are back again and hopefully for good this time. I think the interior of the skull was 20cm larger than the average adult cranial cavity but I'll recheck my sources and let you know.

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  8. Anonymous19.8.08

    I hate to sound like a tool, but the Peruvian skulls were probably found near Nazca, which is actually a place, instead of Nascar, which is an auto-racing league :)

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  9. Jerry19.8.08

    I believe it to the Nasca line not NASCAR

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    1. Anonymous7.7.12

      Thought it was Nazca myself?....

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    2. Anonymous7.7.12

      Nazca

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  10. Anonymous19.8.08

    much more information about the elongated skulls is known and the blatant ignorance of these facts lends to the mystery... I won't spoil it for you...

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  11. "These odd elongated skulls originate from Peru. They were excavated in Nascar - close to the mysterious Nascar lines."

    I think you mean the Nazca lines.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazca_Lines

    Cool article tho!

    Cheers!

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  12. The first skull is human. In many cultures, it was said that more influential or affluent people wrapped their heads giving it an along gated appearance. This was simply to show that these people were important.

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  13. Anonymous19.8.08

    UM, as a resident in Peru, I'm very farmiliar with the Peruvian skulls mentioned.

    However, unless Dale Earnhardt travelled to Peru many years ago, I don't think you're talking about the NASCAR lines, probably meant Nazca.

    Innocent mistake, could happen to any ethnocentric american.

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  14. Anonymous19.8.08

    That Bulgarian one looks like a Predator :o

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  15. Regarding the last skull; I'm inclined to believe that skull is missing a good portion of it's facial/nasal region. What appear to be eye sockets/orbital region is actually part of the animals sinus cavities.

    Near looking though. The lower jaw (or what's left of it) is intriguing.

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  16. Ariela19.8.08

    I'm get sooo freaked out by these paranormal type of things, but I still love 'em. Good work.

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  17. Anonymous20.8.08

    Super article, well presented, a good read and freaky pictures.

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  18. Anonymous20.8.08

    Hey.. I know that skull from the last picture. I can tell you what that creature is. Its the Predator.... Damn aliens killed it and buried that one.

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  19. Anonymous20.8.08

    Cool article. I haven't seen them up close but I have read about them before and I'm fascinated by them. I live in the "want to believe" category so I tend to see the benefit of the doubt until proven otherwise. I believe that there have been many civilizations on this planet throughout the billions of years of history so anything is possible.

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  20. Forget for a moment the fact that this article cites no sources, other than the photo attributions.

    I knew the author wasn't interested in serious, scientific inquiry when I saw the caption underneath the two photos of "horned" people, which reads,
    "Instances today of genetic throwbacks to this race."

    Okay...

    "Genetic throwbacks..."

    Throwbacks? According to whom?

    "...to this race."

    Back to what race, exactly, are these people throwing?

    The "horned" individual in the photo on the left is 98 year old Ma Zhong Nan, one of the many people, past and present whose horn-like growths have been documented in medical literature.

    There are various conditions which can cause humans to grow horn-like structures on their heads or faces, with skin warts and related wart-type growths being the most common. Pre-malignant and cancerous growths account for most of the rest.

    In none of these cases do people have actual horns, nor is there evidence suggesting that they are in any way genetic throwbacks to some long-forgotten, horned branch of the hominid family.

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  21. Anonymous21.8.08

    I would like to see an artist's rendition of what they think the face might have looked like. Fascinating stuff.

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  22. Anonymous21.8.08

    These skulls have been around for a very long time and what and how was solved long ago too. The elongated skulls were made that way, as a previous poster said. The large bulbus skull is that of a hydrocephalis (spelling) child, and the alien one is a baby with deformaties that most likely died at or right after birth. I can not believe ppl are still for ignorant to think these are anything else. I have a big foot for you ppl...

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    1. Anonymous7.7.12

      Says the ignorant one, that child's skull is fully formed at the top, unlike a new born baby's, which is open and exposed for a few months after birth. Bet your a bible basher

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  23. Anonymous21.8.08

    Twits - this is just Cranial Skull Elongation - practiced by ancient cultures from the Egyptians. Mayans, Chinnok, etc., using Cradle Boards and Head Wraps... Quite popular with the Conehead crowd...

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      Larger internal dimensions still unexplained

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  24. the "horned skull" is pretty clearly a fake, or just a joke, since there is a REALLY visible line where a top/back half of a real skull was glued to a fake, horned face. They can't have thought it pass for real since the face is black and the back is the normal yellowish bone color.

    this article is awash in a sea of fail.

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    1. I think it's just an example because they didn't have an actual photograph of the skull. Did you read the caption?

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  25. Anonymous23.8.08

    I think that these are intersting. Thankyou for sharing.

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  26. Anonymous28.8.08

    The last skull is most likely the inside (sawn open) of a cattle skull. The pores near the top are the cranial sinuses. The rest of these images are just modified (cranial modification) or pathological human, or hoaxes. Not aliens, and not nearly as interesting as the poster would have the reader believe. Nothing paranormal, just normal, faked, or pathological. Just 'cause it's on the internet, doesn't make it true, folks... and you don't need to be an anthropologist to figure this out (but it helps). I'll second the above-- do some basic freshman anthropology research before you take the bait, eh?

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  27. Anonymous29.8.08

    Clearly, since that last skull is likely something easily explainable, the entire posting is crap.... Seriously though, rude, close-minded skeptics are JUST as dangerous as gung-ho 'alien-human hybrid theorists'. Having said that, I agree that the posting could have been a lot more unbiased. However, most of those skulls ARE unsolved and in need of serious research. Being mean doesn't make you right, by the way.
    First, the "starchild skull" was NOT from an infant that died right after birth. The kid was five years old and found with his mother in a cave. it is more likely that their village banished them for the child's deformity which they would have perceived as a sign from their gods. I would like to know more about this genetic deformity, what causes it and what the effects were on the child and his development.

    The elongated skulls have been found in both Peru and Egypt which in and of itself provides MORE evidence of pre-Columbian, cross-Atlanic spread of information or even people (but sorry. i forgot. Columbus discovered America...).

    Also, it is NOT proven yet whether this extent of elongation can actually even be achieved by binding the skulls of normal, average size humans. We know plenty of people bound the skulls of their children. We also know that most of those skulls are smaller than the ones we're discussing here. The elongation is not nearly as pronounced and in many cases are almost flat on the back, the elongation protruding upwards. (for example: http://studentorgs.utexas.edu/husa/origins/hunhist/hunkoponya.html - also notice the lack of tapering of the skull. Do an image search for skull bindings. these shown in this article are, actually, unusual even for this)

    So really. stop name calling. it really deminishes your credibility and your perceived intelligence level.

    If you *know* (for a fact, not just because someone else said it and you would rather believe them) research that has been done and conclusions that have been reached, share it. If you, for example, can actually recognize the inside of a cow's skull (I won't ask any questions...), let us know. If you are just going to be rude and immature because you can't think of an arguement, then shut up and move on.

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  28. Anonymous2.9.08

    I have book from the 19th century that shows a drawing of a "conehead" fetus in its mummy mommy.

    The book is on Peruvian Antiquities.

    Add to this, the fact you can't increase the internal volume of the skull by adding pressure to it in the form of boards and what not, it really makes it hard then, to explain this conehead fetus.

    Then flash back to the Egyptian pictures above. Father and daughter coneheads, was it?

    Cheers

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  29. Anonymous3.9.08

    Do a search for pictures of infants with cranial stenosis. You'll see many shapes and sizes due to this condition in which some (or all) of the sutures (that's what the "seams" are called) fuse early, causing the skull to grow in a sometimes VERY mis-shapen manner. It affects the facial features too. I'd bet these so-called alien skulls are the result of this condition.

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  30. Anonymous10.9.08

    Bullshit.

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  31. Anonymous10.9.08

    Pure paranoid falsehoods; a veritable spread of misinformation to the gullible masses.

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  32. Anonymous15.9.08

    anyone else think Robert Connolly Discovered stewie griffins skull???

    http://z.about.com/d/tvcomedies/1/0/Y/0/-/-/stewie_evil.jpg

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  33. The skull with an exceptionally large capacity is an easy one. It's clearly a child or young person that was originally a twin. One of those conjoined twins, that fuse that you hear about. I've heard of them having distinct lines through the body and things like that. You can make out the fact that his mouth is different, as if two skulls were fused in the middle. Now, I'm no doctor, or scientist, but if you pay attention to the line going through the middle of the upper and lower mouth, you'll agree that it's a fused skull.

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  34. Scientist16.9.08

    I hope this whole page is a joke...if so, forgive me. The skulls are real human skulls--check out the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia for all the ways people can become deformed--especially in the days before nutritious food was widely available..all kinds of birth defects, etc. can be seen preserved in formaldehyde at the museum. Except for the Peruvians--you can of course just check National Geographic for clear evidence that the skulls are the result of head binding during childhood.

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  35. C. Jordan18.9.08

    Well done you've done another article that opens discussions and that's not a bad thing.Wasn't that what the web was designed for?

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  36. Hi cultcase,
    I like your work and research.Am also an artist but I explore 'matatus' in Kenya.Check me at africanstreetsart.blogspot.com
    THANKS.

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  37. Anonymous4.10.08

    Ok, first, to the people who act like there's clear cut, no non-sense answers to these, you're doing just what you accuse others of doing.

    First, the Peruvian skulls have been shown time and again in several different studies to not be the result of binding, as were many in other, mostly african/asian cultures.

    The Peruvian skulls are huge - take a trip to Peru, you can tour 'museums' that people have created in their backyard. That's how numerous the skulls are, everyday people can dig them up. You can see them for about $1 USD and in these makeshift 'museums' you can hold them and touch them and what not. They are massive.

    This would indicate, via skull size, a pre-Neanderthal individual. However, test after tests on the jaw show dental results that indicate something very close to indetical to the teeth you eat your McDonals with. That posses a big time problem.

    This species of people obviously could breed readily, given the large quantity of skulls like these in Peru. So the question would have to come down to, why did the skulls begin to take this shape/why was a larger brain needed, and why did such an apparently viable race die out?

    Next, with that large 'pumpkin head' skull, until more are found, it would be fool-hardy to assume anything about it, as it could be an individualized case. However, one has to acknowledge, that on that specific skull, which appears very much like a modern one, that the eye sockets are huge. If there was a race of people like this, I hope one day a tomb or something is found so we could find out more. It is quite curious.

    That skull with two 'humps' and two sockets in the back could very well be the joining of twins pre-birth. However, that is a common accurance even today, and give the fairly modern look of the skull, it wouldn't be entirely wrong of us to assume twin-combining elements would be similar. When to skulls merge today, you can generally assertain the merge point down the entire skull - that is, you can see the depression at the top, but then the back of the skull is round, which is very odd, as with two merged heads, you would generally see the merge point, even if only minor, down the entire length of the skull. Not making any assumptions, but if you just say 'oh, it was twins, stupid', then you're being very ignorant also. I wish I could physically see and touch it.

    That horned skull does not necessarily appear to be the by-product of two skulls placed together. It has a decorative features on it, and it could be completely within reason to think the lightered colored piece on the back is a leather or wood cap placed there for said decorative reasons. It's impossible to tell definitivly from the photos. The horns themselves are attached to the face, and are part of it. So, one would need to find out if the skull is a real skull or a decorative piece, and if the back of the skull is present and covered, or if it is missing and replaced. Again, I wish I could physically touch and examine it, but alas, I do not have that type of social connection.

    Finally, he just included that last one because he said it was interesting, and made no assumptions about it. I don't understand why people jumped on him for that. IMO, it does look like a wee Predator, probably turned his back on the Alien for a bit too long :)

    I'm not making assumptions about these. What I hope to point out is that those of you who come in with a 'I've got it all solved' attitude are just as presumptuous and at fault as those you condemn.

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  38. The Peruvian skull looks a lot like a newborn baby's head after a long labor.

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  39. Anonymous25.5.09

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  40. Anonymous said:

    "hello my name is morgan cute.i just want to fine out if you guys can buy human skull?if yes,just me at morgancute30@yahoo.com"

    So...

    What are telling us, Morgan?

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  41. Anonymous28.5.09

    WTH HOW MANY OF YOU PEOPLE ARE DOCTORS OR BRAIN SURGAINS???? IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW EVERYTHING THAN YOU CAN THINK AGAIN! THE ONLY COMMENT THAT MADE ANY SENSE WAS THE ONE ABOUT MAKING PRESUMPTIONS, WHICH, UNLESS YOU ARE A PROFFESIONAL, IS THE ONLY TYPE JUDGEMENT YOU SHOULD MAKE.

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  42. Anonymous9.6.09

    Dare they be called human?

    ummm, no. no. way. man. no. way. jose.
    YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING!

    but the closed skull to human form is probably the horn one. cuz we can all get implants of em!

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  43. Anonymous7.7.09

    People learn how to spell.

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  44. Forget the search for facts! I got a ton of fantasy story ideas from reading this! xD

    I get along by just not believing ANYTHING I see or hear these days; I just think to myself "Ok, this is worth going along with, for now."

    I would also like to fire a glare at the person who "didn't want to spoil" whatever he thinks he's found out. I've made a list of all the external sources you guys kindly provided in these responses, and unfortunately was not able to add his to it!

    And that issue about the "Nascar" typo made my day. (^____^) People take everything way too seriously. Even if these skulls REALLY WERE aliens, the only thing we'd actually have to worry about is more of the live ones coming back, otherwise said discovery will have little to no effect on our day-to-day lives. Interesting - yes to some people. Important - no to most people.

    Unless of course you let yourself get so infuriated by the debate itself that you just wanna shoot yourself. (Please don't.) T___T

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  45. Amazing skulls there. I'd seen some of them before, but what I found most fascinating is the way that some of them seem to tie in with ancient depictions. Fascinating.

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  46. Anonymous3.3.10

    People forget about the ancient skulls found here. Let's talk about your skulls and the lack of intelligence in them. One of you dumb asses actually wrote the word "elongated" like this "along gated". Another one of you mental midgets made mention of a "brain surgain" What the fuck!!! Did you people even go to school? I mean seriously, you can't even spell! You're on a website trying to put you're 2 cents in on a scientific subject and you can't even fucking spell.

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    1. Spelling is not a good measure of a person's intelligence. I'm a poor speaker and I can spell very well. Suppose I was speaking aloud, trying to make a point, and stumbled on my words? Does the audience have a right to judge my intellectual ability? If I typed the speech out and instead let the audience read it, they'd see me as intelligent. Do you see what I mean?

      "If you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree it will spend its life thinking it's stupid" ~Albert Einstein

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    2. Oh and I think you mean "**YOUR 2 cents" not "you're" ;)

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  47. Anonymous23.3.10

    What a coincidence - I had just updated my webpage on mystery skulls last week (for the first time in over five years) when someone sent me the link for this page. My webpage is at http://members.cox.net/davehanson/weirdworld/skulls.htm

    It has a link to additional photos and may be of interest to you all...

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  48. Anonymous31.3.10

    cool man

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  49. Anonymous25.6.10

    Hydrocephalus.

    http://www.google.com/images?q=hydrocephalic%20skull&oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=og&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wi

    It explains the starchild, the two large lobes, and the elongated head.

    Also, Akhenaten had some serious genetic issues (which are well documented and explained, including the head - craniosynostosis) and his daughters may have inherited some. He also married his sister so who knows what's going to come out of that.

    For the horns, also an obvious deformity, except for the two-horned guy who is a fake. How convenient that it was stolen before it could be examined.

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  50. Anonymous25.6.10

    Oh and that last one isn't even a picture of a skull at all.

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  51. Anonymous26.6.10

    Coooool, this is really proof of mythological beings that roamed the Earth in days of yore!
    It's time for the boring scientists to admit that they are wrong and that aliens and creatures really once dominated the world. It is also proof of a new world order conspiracy and proof that Satan and Jesus once lived among us!!!!!!!!

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  52. Anonymous16.8.10

    Birth defects are classified as "paranormal" nowadays? Hmmh...

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  53. Anonymous17.8.10

    I've heard of several of these before. They're fakefakefake.

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  54. Anonymous9.9.10

    Very interesting, on the whole skulls subject. It's just a shame some of you wank stains cant keep your opinion's to yourself. Everyone is entitled to there own opinion. Humans are nothing more than a virus on this planet. And remember nothing lasts forever.

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  55. Anonymous16.9.10

    I have been to the part of Peru where the elongated skulls were found and a my guide said infants sklls were manipulated like that during the year of the serpant to celebrate them in that gods image, and other techniques were done to change the skulls to replicate other animals depending on which year i.e the jaguar. But what does he know....

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  56. Anonymous28.11.10

    why does everyone always only refer to Akhenaten when speaking about images of elongated ancient egyptian skulls. ? having visited the Royal Mummies exhibit in the Cairo museum, I can vouch that almost all of the pharaohs had an elongated skull. You can just go to the museum there and see them with your own eys... Nothing is said much on this aspect though. would it be too controversial to come up with a possible answer alternate to the well conditioned mainstream scientific thoughts?

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  57. Anonymous8.7.11

    The latest on the starchild skull is that it is an adult,not a child as was first thought. The latest DNA info is that it is an alien,not a hybrid. The woman found with it was not its mother, and as soon as Mr. Pye finds a financeial backer the DNA testing will be completed 100% ,proving beyond doubt it is the skull of an alien. For further info check the recent interview in april 2011 with Pye on coast to coast am.

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  58. Anonymous4.10.11

    yep... tons of mysteries in this world... dinosaur remains... unexplained ancient stonework... cone head skulls... and so on. There are even more recent mysteries such as how Tesla was able to do the things he did without the mathematical theory that has only come decades after the fact, and so on. There is a course an explanation to everything, and correct explanations will be found at some point in time.

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  59. Anonymous23.11.11

    don't know if anyone corrected this already but a cubic meter is not 100 cubic centimeters. Volume is base x height x length, so a cubic meter is 100cm x 100cm x 100cm equalling 1,000,000 cubic centimeters. therefore 200 cubic cm is actually only 1/5,000 cubic meters not 2 cubic meters.

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  60. Anonymous31.1.12

    LOL To the guy like 10 comments up raging about people spelling things wrong. You wrote "trying to give you're 2 cents" lol.. its your, bro..



    Hows that for a grammar lesson, bitch?

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  61. Anonymous15.2.12

    There is no such thing as The American Investigating Museum in Philadelphia

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  62. Anonymous2.3.12

    I love love love stuff like this...real or fake. Thanks for the cool post. :)

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  63. Where are the skeletons of these elongated skulls? This seems odd to me that no skeletons are present??? How about Lord Pacal??? 6 fingers, and 6 toes, 9 feet tall, and his DNA is OFF LIMITS!!!!!

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  64. agrees Mike..whats with the suppression of the DNA results...

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  65. Anonymous10.7.12

    most of this skulls are fake

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  66. Anonymous24.7.12

    If you go to Paracus, Peru and check out the elongated skulls, you will find that quite a few of the large skulls have only 2 plates instead of the normal 3 that modern humans have.

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