Peru: The protracted alien skull from Paracas

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Brien Foerster, an assistant to the Paracas Museum, where a large number of elongated skulls are stored, states that the skull bandage can not explain the large amount of anomalies he has identified.

More than the 5% of elongated skulls found in Paracas (Peru) is so complex in shape and size that it is very difficult to believe it is only a targeted deformation. It's not just that they are lengthened vertically, but the eye sockets are much larger than they are for most people. There are two small holes at the top of the skull, clearly through the blood and nerve endings. Their denture is very robust compared to ours.

David Wilcock: The largest found skull is about 60% heavier than the average human skull. The capacity of the skull is 2,5x larger!

Brien Foerster: In 2014, DNA tests were performed on the Paracas skulls with the 44 inventory. Tests have shown that DNA contains sequences that do not correspond to anything known from the human genome.

David Wilcock: This unambiguous physical evidence that aliens walked and lived among us.
Giorgio A: Tsoukalos: In my opinion, these remains could belong to those who are historically documented as the teachers of the stars that have come to the fore in the past.

Most scientists are rejecting these ideas. Still, there is clear evidence that in a relatively recent past, people here lived with another humanoid intelligent species that may have had greater knowledge and abilities than humans.

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6 comments on "Peru: The protracted alien skull from Paracas"


    So mandatory responses. Is there any standard documentation available in the scientific study that has identified the facts presented? It should probably have been supposedly done. If it exists, here I am. If not, then it's at least weird ...

    Well, I have so far discovered that Brian Foerster, who is supposed to be the author of the genetic study, is probably an anonymous geneticist :-) But you might be surprised.

    • Sueneé says:

      If I know, Brien Foerster financed the study from his own resources. We have solved this with another article. Whether the entire study report is available, I do not know. There are a lot of articles on this topic.

      • AROUND AROUND says:

        Well, whatever I was looking for, it seems that nothing but articles on mysteries is. What would you do if you funded genetic analysis and gained groundbreaking evidence? I think there would be an extensive article including references to the detailed results of the analysis, along with the identification of the laboratory that did the analysis (preferably a few). Nothing like that happened in this case. Why? One explanation I should, but you would not like it :-) Do not get it wrong. I would be glad if something like this were confirmed, but this is probably not the case.

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