Mankind has had many encounters with the findings of body remnants such as skulls and skeletons. But who were these creatures in their lifetime? Aliens from far away worlds? Or their hybrids along with humans, or maybe some ancient extinct civilization that lived on our planet? The remains of skulls reveal a superficial idea of their intelligence.
In 1930, a Mexican family who had left for the United States decided to visit their relatives. And there the curious 15-year-old Maria climbed into one of the abandoned mines. She stumbled upon a skeleton and the bones of a small, deformed arm brushing out from under the ground. The girl began to unravel the dirt, and soon she discovered a grave with more than one skeleton. The skeleton seems to belong to a child, but very deformed and disproportionate. Maria folded the remains in the basket and hid it near the house.
Both of the skulls she secretly brought into the house and returned from the US. After the death of Mary, the skull was replaced by the owners and eventually found themselves in Ray and Melanie Jung, who were addicted to UFOs. In February 1999, the couple handed them over to Lloyd Pye, the author of the book “Everything you know is wrong”. The first skull did not impress Lloyd, but the second…
“Good God! I looked with all eyes, and I was seized with great excitement, “the researcher recalled. – The skull was small, strange shape, with unusual eye sockets. I held it in my hands, looked into the eye sockets and felt that I am touching an alien being remains. ”
Pye showed the skull to specialists who found that it belongs to a child 4.5 – 5 years. However, the volume of the inner cavity was 1600 cubic centimeters, which is 200 cm more than in the adult’s skull. The ocelli were oval and shallow: the child’s eyes remained perpetually bulging, like deep-sea fish. Radiocarbon analysis showed that the “abnormal creature” and the ordinary woman found nearby, died 900 ± 40 years ago.
Lloyd came to the conclusion that the mother had buried the child and committed suicide: “The child was the fruit of her connection with the star aliens. The woman knew that the time would come, and the father would take the baby away. This thought terrified her. Then she decided on a desperate step: she secretly left the settlement with the child and took cover in an abandoned mine. There she killed the baby and buried it in the grave so that one arm remained outside. Then I lay down next to the grave, squeezed my dead hand and took the poison. ”
The dramatic picture collapsed when Lloyd presented the skull for DNA analysis. BOLD Laboratory in Vancouver has established: “The child was a man, and boy, and both parents are also people, because they introduced into his genome the usual X and Y chromosomes.” Moreover, the boy and the woman were not even related!
Dr. Patricia Himmel came to the conclusion that the “mysterious” skull belongs to a child with numerous defects well known to medicine – brachycephalic, burdened with an abnormal fusion of the skull bones and, possibly, Cruson’s syndrome, which caused the pathology of the eye sockets.
Skeleton from Brazil
In 2004, the editor of the magazine Brazilian UFO Magazine, J. Howard, announced to the whole world that the Museum of Natural History of Uberaba has a skeleton, possibly of alien origin. This museum is private, belonging to the Estevanovich family, whose ancestors traveled the whole world with the circus in the 19th century. In every place where the circus stopped, they bought mummies, skeletons, fossils and other “miracles.” In 1997, the family founded a museum with more than 20,000 exhibits. Two of its directors, Wellington and Carlos Mano Estevanovich, asked Howard to look at the exhibit “belonging to them for 96 years.” They allegedly did not know where the ancestors had gotten the bones, but believed they were over 200 years old.
The monster-hydrocephalus was given out for a “brother by reason” from another planet.
The skeleton really reminds the newcomer: the huge head – twice more human (97 cm in the girth!), the strange shape of the eyes and mouth, the ears do not. The sky is atrophied, some oblong structure behind the nasal cavity comes forward and down and carries two teeth. On the upper jaw, in the center divided by a cleft, only nine teeth. The lower jaw is even smaller than the upper jaw and is stretched horizontally. It also has nine teeth. The ocular cavities are shallow, flat, widely planted.
Skeptic Kenitaro Mori conducted an investigation and found that Estevanovichi did not receive the skeleton as an inheritance, but bought it from the Museum of Anthropology in Bahia. It was stored in an exhibit – a completely terrestrial urodets-hydrocephalus with crippled limbs and other defects. The exhibit was poorly mothballed, and it began to decompose. By 1997, he lost his presentation and was written off. The bones were completely cleansed of meat and got a “skeleton of the newcomer”, attracted many visitors.
The American Robert Conolli traveled, collecting materials about ancient civilizations, and in museums of Latin America came across skulls. The tablets with the inscriptions “Intentional deformation”, they are visible in the photographs, did not prevent him from asserting that in the museum halls holds something strange, an extraterrestrial might lies directly in sight.
“It was enough to measure the skull,” Robert declared, “and it became clear that they belonged to beings with a brain volume exceeding human. They definitely have nothing to do with monkeys or Neanderthals. ”
In some ways, Conolli is right: these skulls do not really have anything to do with Neanderthals, or with monkeys, and even more so with aliens. Historians who studied the pre-Colombian civilizations of America know that they had a common custom to mutilate children’s heads with bandages, bandages and plaques. Even civilized Mayans maimed their children, and only the Spanish conquest put an end to cruel practice. Bishop Diego Landa, who had fallen into the old tradition, described how the child in the cradle was put on his head two plaques – one in front, the other from behind – and tightly pulled together, “until the baby’s head became flat and shaped as they all had.”
Strange, but the fashion for deformed skulls was common among many peoples on all continents.
Another type of deformation that was intentionally made by the Indians, as can be judged by the shape of the skulls by imposing a tight bandage around the head. The Indians themselves said that the gods had taught them to bandage their heads: it gives a noble appearance and makes it better adapted for carrying a load on it. Deformation of the skull was not a privilege of the nobility, it was done by all mothers, despite the risk of leaving the child disabled.
Erich von Daniken suggested that the Indians saw aliens with elongated skulls, which once flew to Earth and sought “to become like the gods.” However, the practice of deformation was so widespread throughout all continents and epochs (the first deliberately deformed Neanderthal skull dated to 45,000 BC!) That his hypothesis is hardly correct. Even in the USSR, by the beginning of the twentieth century, wild places remained where people continued to bandage their heads, and in some places practice has been preserved to this day.