Feb 27

Watch: Elongated Paracas Skulls

Not really Sasquatch related but I found this mystery to be very interesting. The YouTuber writes “A DNA analysis of elongated Paracas skulls has shown that they may not be human and that they could come from an entirely new species that fits outside of the known evolutionary tree. This belief stems from a test that showed a DNA sample taken from the skulls turned out to be unlike any known human DNA. ”


8 Responses to “Watch: Elongated Paracas Skulls”

  1. Charles R

    A mystery indeed. Of course the main stream, will just say these are people that wrapped the skulls of children to create this effect. And there have been cultures that did this. However wrapping skulls does not increase the cranium capacity at 60 percent or more above an average human. There are other features of these skulls like separation plates that do not fit.
    Just maybe these were star people of tremendous intellect and the cultures tried to emulate them by changing the shape of the skull to become like them.

    You would think there would be an all out effort by the academia to come to terms with these, but like UFO, Forest Giants, Cattle Mutallation, Crop Circles, etc, it goes largely ignored. Must be hell to go through life with tunnel vision.

  2. Avis B

    Another string of DNA that is not known. … Or not in our database. . The people in charge of the world or as some people say Powers to Be know already what it is … If the people were to find out the truth they would raise up and fight what is trying to be done to us all and what and why it is being hidden from us… Just my 2 cents

  3. David D

    Please go to Gensix. productions, and see what Steve Quale and Tim Alberino have to say on this subject. Then, look up Rob Skibas’ re-search. You’ll be convinced! Yea, there really were giants in the land in those (old) days.

  4. David J

    C’mon.. The outfit that did the DNA “studies” on these skulls is a travel agency that specializes on taking people on paranormal tours in Peru and other places in the world.

    I don’t understand why people are so quick to swallow this stuff. Why is there such a need for this stuff to be true?

    It shows that outfits are recognizing this need and are profiting from it. Wonder how I can get in on it….

    • Indignico

      Why do you think it’s based on some psychological issue? A need to have coneheads? Which part of this post are you having such problems with?… Just the DNA study part? Or are you under the impression/delusion that these skulls are just strangely shaped skulls of chromosomally ordinary human beings?

      And finally when you say that the DNA study was done by a Peruvian paranormal travel agency… Does that mean you think that THEY themselves actually got their microscopes out and did the study? Or you’re just saying that since they instigated the study and it is conceivable that anomalous results would financially benefit the owners of said travel agency on some (probably negligible) level that that necessarily means they MUST be unethical money-grubbers willing to spend years raising the money for such a study and more years for the results to come in… Results which I guess you are claiming are faked results for the purpose of increasing their bottom line… In which case the years of money raising and years of awaiting results were done just to shore up their lies and make their conehead skull money-making scheme all the more likely to result in the medium bucks when they can finally perpetrate the hoaxed results on the world!?

      Really? And you’re casting aspersions on the rationality and psychological soundness of people who would ‘swallow’ this stuff?

      Hmmm maybe you need a different hobby—this thinking stuff isn’t for you 😉

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