reply to post by revmoofoo
You're not the only one revmoofoo,
I enjoy this stuff too. I don't enjoy the nonsense offered by the skeptics though, but it's the rough with the smooth i suppose.
Assuming the C14 and analysis at the University of Copenhagen is legit (i've not found mention of it on their website...yet), this skull (unlike the
'starchild' skull) can in no way, in a rational and sensible way at least, be seriously attributed to some kind of human deformity or other.
Unless you include deformity brought about by deliberate, genetic manipulations of humans (hybridization of hominids) of course.
It is the quintessential 'Grey' ET archetype. Whether the 'Grey's' ultimately turn out to be ET, an unknown and advanced species living and
developing in parallel with us here on Earth under our noses all the while, or some type of dimensional traveler, one thing is for certain, the being
this skull once belonged to, is what is known to us as a Grey alien.
It brings up masses of interesting questions doesn't it.
Imagining this being when alive, especially if it was alive around the dark - middle ages time period, it would be easy to imagine that their species
gave rise to the legends of flying demons and imps, djins, goblins and so on . (look at the canines!)
Their large eyes, if their species followed a similar evolutionary process to some of Earths cave or subterranean dwellers, would also lend support to
these things being the root of demon legends, as they would most likely be living underground, and be nocturnal. (Hell is thought to be where demons
originate, and happens to be underground)
The screams of the 'damned souls' in the fiery depths of 'hell', often mentioned in religious and classic literature, could also have it's root
in the sounds and noises of advanced machinery and workings emanating from underground dwellings, where these beings may/used to inhabit.
There is much we can speculate on here.