posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 06:04 AM
Originally posted by Jimbowsk
Plenty of info on t'net about skull binding and the elongation of skulls from infancy.
Here ya go, linky for ya...
As to the alleged aboriginal “bound” skulls. These stories of aboriginal “cranial binding” are basically made up fairy tales to conceal the
hidden human-alien connection issue. Accordingly, wiki.bmezine.com...
is a disinformation webpage
, conceived and
paid by guess whom. As to the story being not authentic they even deleted the "cranial binding" entry on Wikipedia.
a) On wiki.bmezine.com...
they’re talking about “binding … or strapping” baby skulls “...against
”. What a complete idiocy to assume baby skulls were strapped to “boards”. That would be sheer torture. Moreover the strapping would
in a short time squash the skin, cause bruises, inflammations, etc. And it would have to be implemented over many years. And all that torture for what
purpose? Aboriginals aren’t insane, and they weren’t in ancient time either.
Also a mere "binding" would actually be torture. Ever suffered from a real tight wound bandage for only a few hours...? Let alone a head bandage
which would have to be even much tighter in order to constrict/deform the bone, and would have to be worn for many years. Forget it.
b) There might be one or two cases of some exceptional 'wacky' skull binding in the whole world. The two pictures in the post above might be such
cases - if at all, as I suspect they were carefully photoshopped
to make them look "elongated".
Even if the two pictures had not been altered, they'd only prove that a “binding”/constriction would - if at all - at the utmost produce a
pathetic looking, partially 'elongated' and NARROWED part of a skull
. But never a “full girth" ‘conehead’ skull like the famous
Nofretete’s (below) or like the one shown in the OP video. Bindings/constrictions could only cause that pathetic NARROWING and never, never those
'wide' skull shapes.
c) As the “skull binding” theory is a unrealistic, consequently neither modern nor ancient records depicting the (required) "binding" of
have shown up.
[edit on 27-2-2009 by CoolBlackHole]