posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 01:59 PM
The jury will always be out on Starchild, because it is a revenue generating tool for the owner. How many years has he been going on about it,
touring doing lectures and fund raisers to pay for that one crucial test to prove beyond doubt that its alien in origin. Then the test results come
back inconclusive, but send more donations, because we've just learned of a new test that will really prove everything this time. This test is much
more expensive though, so we need more money.
Less modern civilizations tend to go to more extremes about anomalies than we do. Either they were an abomination to be destroyed, or they were a
sign from beyond to be revered. Most of these were likely head bindings, some may have been natural deformities that were looked on as a good omen
and raised in stature in the community. I would bet mostly on head bindings.
In elementary school we had a mentally retarded student, he was nicknamed toaster, because his head was very tall and very flat on the sides, like a
toaster. Children can be very cruel. He was slow, but able to live a normal life. His skull would have looked very different from the norm.
I think the biggest issue with this that no one seems to pay attention to is the fact that this very unique cultural phenomenon occurred in both South
America and Egypt at a time when there should have been no contact. Another piece of evidence to a link between the societies.