The starchild skull is a very abnormal skull that dates to 900 years old and was found in Mexico in the 1930s. The skull was said to be alien by many
and was said to have been debunked by even more. Here the pure facts and abnormalities of the skull will be outlined. It's worthy of note that if you
try to look to Wikipedia or any general search of those who use it as a source, your going to get false information. Information that to my knowledge
that apparently isn't allowed to be corrected even though its information is long disproven and/or outdated. Here are the several medical conditions
that have been given to explain or debunk the skulls anomalies but have been disproven.
-Cradleboarding, when the head is bound at a young age to acquire a certain shape, or any other artificially caused deformations that include any type
of force to the skull was ruled out by a study led by Dr. T.J. Robinson.
-Progeria is a condition in which an appearance of highly accelerated age, occurs at a young age. Some similar characteristics of progeria show in the
starchild, however osteoporosis caused by progeria results in very thin and weak bone, something not found in the starchild skull.
-A hereditary condition called Cruzon Syndrome is another condition that causes premature fusion of the cranial sutures, but can also cause
exopthalmos, or shallow eye sockets, and an under development of the face which will be later mentioned. No premature fusion of the cranial sutures
show in the starchild skull CAT scans.
-When a condition called hydrocephaly occurs, the skull expands from within due to an excessive amount of cerebrospinal fluid that leaves the skull
appearing to be inflated and leaves behind the effects from the affected skull. This has been ruled out by Dr. Bachynsky and Dr. Robinson.
-A condition called Morgellons Disease produces lesions of the skin and bunched fibers within the skin, these fibers are visible with sight unlike the
starchild's fibers that are microscopic and will later be mentioned.
-The condition called Apert Syndrome results in the mid face being retruded, however this also is accompanied by a premature fusion of the cranial
sutures, that of which the starchild lacks.
-Brachycephaly is a blanketed term that describes a skulls abnormally wide shape which can occur by, again, premature cranial suture fusion or
artificial cranial deformation, those of which are not found in the starchild skull.
The following outlined are the numerous, never seen before aspects that are found in the skull that can't be attributed to any known deformation or
combination of deformations:
The starchild skull has a 30% increased brain size then what it should be. The outside appearance of the skull shows that it's some what smaller then
an adult human skull and is around the size of a human skull aged 12 years. Despite being smaller then an average adult human skull, which has a
cranial volume of 1,400 cubic centimeters. The starchild skull, smaller, has a larger then adult human brain, a cranial volume of 1,600 cubic
centimeters. Because any internal pressure by any medical condition has been ruled out, the cranial volume is accurate.
The skull bone thickness of the starchild is 1/3 that of normal human skull bone, it also weights roughly 1/3 of a normal human skull. However,
despite having such a drastic difference in less weight and thickness, the skull is more dense, or hard, then normal bone and shows abnormally
substantial spikes in carbon and oxygen in its composition. With these as a combination, no known medical condition or deformation can account for
The eyes that belonged to skull, at least the eye sockets, are very different. The eye sockets are far more shallow then normal. The shallowing of
human eye sockets can occur when the skulls bones grow into each other the wrong way, however this process isn't shown to have occurred in the
starchild. In psychical recreations of what the starchild would look like, normal eyes didn't fit in its sockets and would be bulging out of its head,
an obvious hazard. Because of the lack of evidence and explanation of its shallow sockets, along with normal eyes that couldn't fit, this has lead to
speculation of the exposure to zero gravity. Astronauts experience a very minimal flattening of the eyes due to long term weightlessness conditions,
but on a far less scale then that of the starchilds, which could lead to speculation of significantly long zero gravity conditions. What's more, in
the starchild the openings in each eye socket where blood vessels and optic nerves enter, the optic foramens, are shaped differently and are in
completely different positions from where they would normally be.
CT scans revealed that the starchild skull has inner ears that are nearly thirty percent larger then normal. This, along with such a light and thin
skull bone have lead to more speculations. Ones that show the starchild undoubtedly had much greater hearing, as lighter bone allows higher
frequencies to be heard, even of sounds that wouldn't normally be heard. The speculation of thIs could also have allowed senses of change in certain
vibration. Larger inner ears can also lead to the assumption of far greater balance capabilities.
The starchild has a complete and utter lack of frontal sinuses. This can occur in the rare condition called progeria as already mentioned above, but
as already relayed, the starchild did not have this condition. This lack of sinuses, combined with its very shallow eye sockets, are the apparent
reasons that allow the much larger brain to fit into its skull. Sinuses could effect, or is of use for voice resonance. In this light of working vocal
resonance and speaking capabilities, it's unknown what this would mean in the case of the starchild's complete lack of one. This has lead to the
speculation of nonverbal communication via telepathy.
When examining the skull with a scanning electron microscope at the Royal Holloway University in London, unknown microscopic fibers were found to be
embedded within the bone. These are not yet known and mycologists who've examined them say they don't resemble any known fungus or bacteria. The
fibers appear to be apart of the bone itself and it's growth, or even possibly put into it. When cutting into the skull with a bone saw, the unclean
cut of the fibers showed high resistance. It's further speculated that these could play a role in the abnormal strength of the skull's bone.
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