This is a really interesting photo of two children recovered from a grave in the last 12,000 years.
They forgot to call the melonheads the result of head-binding, somebody slipped up and referred to it as a "mutation," shazzbot there are a lot of those in history. What do you call a mutation that has offspring? A species. These two never made it to reproductive age.
If you look at the ancient sites of the Boskonians, they are buried in elaborately constructed tombs that are so old they can't even date them. Revered as "gods," untouchables none dare challenge. Clothed in raiments and gold. All of these remains vanished after being extremely well documented with detailed line drawings and maps in many books from the early 1900's.
As you move forward through history you see more and more evidence of revolt against melonheads. Melonheads spiked through the heart after death like vampires. Melonheads dead from violence and buried in a shallow grave. The manboons becoming more and more difficult to control. After a golden age and resurgence in Mesopotamia and Sumeria, there was a sudden massive slave revolt or series of revolts. These were so revolutionary that all the Sargons (Royal Houses of the Children of Serpents) were sent into exile. After a thousand years one of these bands of gypsies shows up in Egypt as the Hyksos. They spread into Europe where they are reviled by everyone that meets them as "those serpent people" and "the children of the devil himself." They change religions at least twice and what is really odd is they turn to worship of bulls (the kind of cult you would expect from Neanderthals) followed by a return to serpent worship as in the former days (the only true religion the melonheads ever had.)
In the last thirty centuries, you can scarcely find a Melonhead that has not died from violence. They appear to have died at the hands of locals throughout Europe. All the red-haired melonheads in South America were buried standing up and were probably alive when it happened, a horrible fate that you wonder what motivated those who did it. Even stranger when you see how much head-binding was practiced by the locals to emulate them. What triggered this massive pogrom in South America and an uprising that displaced them so rapidly?
If you read the article above it discusses the teeth of both children and describes them as being nearly adult sized and extremely healthy. These children were thin, tall and likely strong for their ages as well despite their lithe appearances. Perfect kids of the ruling class.
I know what you're thinking. Where did all these rulers of Grimaldi go? If melonheads once ruled this region what happened to them?
Who said they went anywhere? They never budged. Oh, sure the official story says they go back to 1297. Do you really think they were fishermen or tailors before then?
Help me to identify this guy. It's a real brain teaser and I am stumped. Melonhead, Neanderthal or Sapiens? It's a puzzler and I can't decide.