Just watched a press review of guests at the Davos World Economic Forum in Switzerland. Featured a wide variety of "industry leaders" (global governance commissars) from all walks of life.
Every single man and woman interviewed had a ridiculously oversized melon skull, one after the other. They each in turn had a distinctly inhuman look about them. A ruling class of oriental mandarins, each and every one of them.
|Amarna art model, Queen Rania of Jordan.|
(She has had surgical work on her nose to make it more aquiline)
|I picked Queen Rania because she looks so much like this bust the resemblance is irrefutable.|
Many melonheads of European stock would have the same dimensions, however.
These things are all hidden in plain sight. I am convinced that Neanderthal simpletons are the only people who can see these things when they are literally in focus and in front of the face. Whatever encoding was done on the rest of the slaves to make them accept these things subconsciously, they missed on the Neanderthal brain. No such brain rewiring present. More evidence the 'Thal brain is simply a natural product of a million years of trial and error refinement in a cold environment. The 'Thal never pushed a plow or carried blocks on pyramids or hung on the Pharoah's every word like a zombie. There is no underlying genetic groove to make such behaviour seem perfectly natural. On the other hand, there is always a respect and certain admiration there in the 'Thal which makes him ambivalent towards the melon head. I could easily see him making a superb bodyguard or sentinel for the rulers of the ancient world.
This basic difference also goes a long ways towards explaining how the 'Thals would always be more creative, innovative, intellectually expansive, more experimental, more curious and have the widest perspective to enable them to solve problems.
The 'Thal was never hobbled properly. The Corpus Callosum is intact. It is not for lack of the will there. It is just something overlooked in the last 38,000 years of captivity and enslavement for 'Thals. It just didn't happen. We may never know exactly why that is.