What is an undisputed fact id that in no instance of skull-binding does the brain volume change..the cranial capacity..nor is there an instance of
the cone headedness to be found anywhere on any continent.
But look at both skulls..[and by the way I am looking for more links to different skulls of the same type..will post them on Sunday..promise!]
You will notice in the two distinct models shown that about a third of the way down from the top of the cone there is a slight rounding, like a dorsal
On the other skulls I will show you the same little curve, in the same place is to be found..and that to me speaks of a genetic marker..something
fundamental that makes these skulls other than deformed humans or aberrations of a sort..it makes them a seperate and as yet undefined race of
Now, for those whose feathers I ruffled, it was unintended..I am not claiming these ARE the skulls of the gods..just posing the question..and agin the
start off assumption is this:
How likely is it that all by themselves our ancestors got it into their heads that skull-binding would be a neat idea? To what end, to what purpose
would it serve them to go through the pain and the risk..to achieve status?
How would a coned head be seen as a status symbol, do you think?
Isn't it plausible that our forebears were trying to emulate something..some thing that was common to their experience..like a superior or powerful
life form beyond their own?
I'm not even sure I can pull this off but..what if I can provide another example of a skull from an entirely different location which matches in
every detail the ones I cited here? With the same 'dorsal' curve..would that make you reconsider?
And remember the key argument here is cranial capacity...skull binding chamges the shape of the head but not overall capacity..does anyone have an
argument with that? can you understand how much extra sapce the 'human'brain would have in a space like that and how it would slosh around?
Do you understand about the grooving from insdie the cranium which gives one cause to beleiev whatever fitted inside the skull was a tight fit
I haven't formed a theory proper but I certainly can't buy the ones on offer so far.
You know, if arcaelogy and anthropology were really 'hard'sciences most of the accepted 'theories'about things would be shelved as inadeqaute or
An observed and quantifiable anomaly like this in physics would kill a theory dead in its tracks.
-But I do thank you for reading and sharing. Like I said, I will have more links here tomorrow and I hope they will be of great interest to the
curious and unconvinced.
OH, BTW..here's a link to the Olmec..
Another race of giants? ...but nothing like the 'coneheads'