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DNA Analysis Of Paracas Skulls Proves That We Are Not Alone

Published on December 29, 2015 by   ·   No Comments

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DNA Analysis of the famous Paracas Skulls from Peru has proven that they are not human.

The skulls were found by Peruvian archaeologist Julio Tello in the barren landscape of the desert peninsula of Paracas, on Peru’s southern coast.

Researchers believe that the skulls are significantly different from any known to man and could only be the result of interbreeding between alien species and humans.

There have always been suggestions that alien species influenced the ancient civilizations, such as those in south America or the Pharaohs of Egypt.

The Paracas skulls are considered to belong to a hybrid race of super-humans known as the Nephilim. The Bible refers to ‘Fallen Angels’ and the birth of the ‘Nephilim’ and their descendants who became immortal.

Tello discovered a massive and complex graveyard containing tombs, buried under the sand and rocks of the desert in 1928.1450967005_paracas

Conspiracy Club reports:

In these tombs Tello found some of the most controversial human(?) remains in history. The bodies had the largest elongated skulls in the world and have since been called the Paracas skulls. Tello found a total of more than 300 skulls and they have been dated at around 3,000 years old. A recent DNA analysis performed on some of these skulls has presented amazing results that could challenge the current perspective of the human evolutionary tree.

Several other cultures have practiced skull elongation or deformation but the techniques they used produced different results. Certain South American tribes used to bind infants’ skulls in order to change their shape. Binding the head between pieces of wood modified the appearance of skulls by applying constant pressure over a long period of time. This type of cranial deformation changed the shape but it did not alter the size, weight or cranial volume; these are all standard characteristics of a regular human skull.

The Paracas skulls are different however. Since their craniums are 25% larger and 60% heavier than regular human skulls, researchers strongly believe that they couldn’t have been modified through binding. They are also structurally different and only have one parietal plate as opposed to the two normally found in human skulls. These differences have deepened the decade-old mystery around the Paracas skulls and researchers haven’t been able to explain their origins.The director of the Paracas History Museum has sent samples from 5 skulls to undergo genetic testing. The samples consisted of hair, skin, teeth and fragments of skull bones. The genetic laboratory was not informed about the samples’ origins in order to avoid biased or influenced results. The results were fascinating.

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