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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

"Deformed Heads" - Always Found in Tombs of Royalty

A woman in Neolithic France.

My big breakthrough came about six years ago when I concluded that none of these skulls of Caucasians were "deformed," - they were simply the skulls of a third race that had previously gone unidentified. As long as people cling to the single race theory they will never stand a chance of comprehending any of the fossil evidence. Their own assertions are blinding them to the obvious every time they break earth looking for something.

6 comments:

gooddayallday said...

Funny that when you know what to look for you start seeing the Jacob/Esau split everywhere.

It's the unspoken subtext of so many of our cultural memes.

Here's a recent commercial that shows it well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-Vk3SxFxj0

Funny how they get some of the small details so right (occipital -> eye contact break to process social interaction). Genetic memory is a funny thing.

Ted Walther said...

From the article:

"The deformation of the skull with the help of bandages (narrow strips of cloth) and small boards is a practice coming from central Asia," Lefranc said in an email. "It was popularized by the Huns and adopted by many German people."

I recall the Gothic historican Jordanes spoke of the origins of the Huns, claiming they were descended from "devils", or, more specifically, not-humans. That lines up with what is now being revealed about Neanderthals, Coneheads, Denisovans, and now announced today, even a fourth, unknown breed of hominid. Perhaps that fourth hominid type will be the coneheads, who have not as yet been DNA sequenced. At least, the DNA sequence hasn't been revealed in public.

Amy said...

You were the first person I thought of when I read that article the other day.

I wonder how long the cradle boarding stories will hold up?

Some dude said...

Have they also found a similar number of children, babies, etc like this? What I'm asking is, do we see the same variety of gender and age in the royal tombs as we would see in a non royal tomb?

Because if we are usually seeing older men and the occasional woman/child, that would imply this is a modification to the skull.

If on the other hand we see the same variety of a age/gender we would find in a non deformed tomb, that would say you are right.

Some dude said...

Have they also found a similar number of children, babies, etc like this? What I'm asking is, do we see the same variety of gender and age in the royal tombs as we would see in a non royal tomb?

Because if we are usually seeing older men and the occasional woman/child, that would imply this is a modification to the skull.

If on the other hand we see the same variety of a age/gender we would find in a non deformed tomb, that would say you are right.

marlon said...

Some dude,

The true test is cranial capacity. If the skull is the same size as a human skull but shaped differently then we have a deformed human skull, but if it is bigger than a human skull then we must consider other possibilities.

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