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The most common deviating skull is the so-called 'elongated skull'. Many of these skulls have been found in Peru especially near the Nazca Lines and the Paracas (1) peninsula. New finds are still made with some regularity, for example by grave robbers who offer them on the black market. The skulls are characterized by their flat, elongated form (2), and in many cases the hair and mummified skin is still attached (3). These skulls can be viewed in, among other places, the private museum "Paracas History Museum" (4) and the regional museum of Ica.
Similar skulls have been found all over the world, including in Bolivia, France, Norway, Malta, Egypt, northern Iraq, Ukraine, Siberia (5), South Africa (the so-called "Boskop Man") and Vanuatu in Oceania.
The custom of tied-off children's heads, which actually existed in some cultures, was probably the consequence of the admiration the population had for their extraterrestrial visitors, who had long heads. They imitated them, in hopes of becoming just like them. We find this behavior everywhere in the world (8). However, the result looked very different from the elongated skulls (9).
In Egypt, not only skulls were found, but also wall decorations and figures of people with remarkably long heads, which stem from the era of pharaos. Egyptologists dispose of this as stylistic portrayals of normal people, or as royal headwear. But unusually long skulls have also been found in mummies, such as that of king Tutankhamun (10).
From sources within the American black ops circuit, the secret operations of the illuminati, we get the impression that it has already been known for ages who these strange skulls belonged to. Not only that, they even work together with those entities!
Preston Nichols, a technical engineer who worked for the ultra secret Montauk Project near New York, declared that all kinds of negative extraterrestrials were involved in that project, including Greys and reptilians. Humanoids from the Sirius A star system also participated, he says (11). According to him, these were the same people that were worshipped as gods in Ancient Egypt. They have longer heads and larger eyes than we do.
Most other sources, though, say that these negative humanoids did not originate from the Sirius A system, but from Sirius B. So perhaps Preston Nichols was mistaken or wrongly informed.
Not all inhabitants of the Sirius star system seem to be negative, by the way. In Suzy Ward's books (12) she channels Sirian entities who explain that this is an incredibly extensive system. Various space-travelling civilizations live there, which all look different. Some have a genetic link to us earthlings, and have been observing and visiting our planet for as long as we've been existing. Others are so highly developed that they don't even need a body or space ship anymore, and only move through the endless Creation as group consciousness.
Native tribes in the mountains of China and Tibet and the Dogon tribe in Mali, Africa, also tell of long passed contacts with visitors from the Sirius star system. But they seem to be yet another Sirian race, some kind of "water beings", who look a bit like mermaids. The priests of the Dogons told Western researchers about the existence of yet a third star in this system, a small one named Sirius C, much earlier than the mainstream science discovered it in 1995 (13).
Besides human visitors from the Sirius B system, the Anunnaki, the negative humanoid/reptilian species from the Orion constellation, supposedly also have long skulls. Over 200,000 years ago, these extraterrestrials were responsible for the creation of our human species, the homo sapiens (14), and up until recently they interfered in our development negatively.
Moreover, researcher Bill Ryan from Project Camelot, who has contacts within the black ops circuit, said that the Anunnaki have remarkably large chins. This description matches many discovered skulls, which have a large, broad chin. Their bite isn't straight, as in humans, but crooked. In the photos below this non-human jaw form and the lack of certain cranial sutures can be seen well.
In 1930 an American teenage girl found a small, peculiar skeleton, beside a woman's skeleton, in an old mineshaft over 60 miles southwest of the Mexican city, Chihuahua. She took the skull home and kept it as a souvenir in her garage in El Paso, Texas, for the rest of her life. In 1998 the strange skeleton came into the possession of two other inhabitants of El Paso, Ray and Melanie Young.
Melanie was a nurse and couldn't believe that this skull was a human defect. She took it to author and researcher Lloyd Pye (16), who had written a book on humanoids such as Bigfoot in America and the Yeti in the Himalayas, and on the influence of the Anunnaki on humans' development.
Pye was fascinated by the skull (of which only the top remained) and had its DNA tested several times. This showed time and again that the skull was hundreds of years old and the creature's mother must have been human, but that the father's DNA didn't occur anywhere on Earth (17). Pye christened the creature "Starchild" and offered the skull to science. They, however, showed no interest at all.
The Andahuaylillas mummy
In 2011 Renato Davila Riquelme of the Privado Ritos Andinos museum in Cuzco, Peru, made a startling discovery. In the village of Andahuaylillas, which is located approximately 22 miles southeast of Cuzco and used to be part of the Inca empire, he found two small mummies (18).
One mummy was incomplete, but when the other was unwrapped, a curious little figure appeared. The head was nearly as big as the 1.5-foot torso. Its set of teeth was fully grown, but contained many fewer molars than humans have. The eye sockets were also much larger than those of humans. Its fontanelle was open, which usually only occurs in babies of less than one year old.
Davila Riquelme invited three anthropologists from Spain and Russia to come take a look. They examined the little creature and concluded that it couldn't be human. They wanted to do DNA research on tissue in the right eye socket to determine whether it might be extraterrestrial, but as far as we know, the results of that research have never been made public. In June 2012 researcher Brien Foerster, also assistant manager of the "Paracas History Museum", began a second attempt (19).