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Originally posted by liquidsmoke206
I'm sorry but you're gonna have a tough time convincing me that you can tightly wrap a skull and slowly over the course of time change its shape this drastically.
I don't believe could ever work anytime anywhere. Anyone who believes that theory should look into this amazing beach front property I have for sale in sunny Arizona... Archeologists are a bunch of stupid lying idiots.
I'm sooooo sure... wrapping? Gimme ANY explanation for this condition other than that and I'll probably be more likely to buy it.
Originally posted by Signals
The eye socket looks HUGE....
Originally posted by seriousskeptic
Originally posted by SLAYER69
reply to post by gladtobehere
I think many of us who have been researching these elongated skulls from around the world from various ancient cultures and civilizations are looking for the root cause as to why the cranial deformation started. I've always questioned were they trying to emulate something they saw? This one seems unique but still could simply be the result of cranial deformation or fracturing fragmentation after death but it appears to have a center bony ridge down the center. I'd like to view other angles.
If there is to be any validity to the whole Ancient Alien hypothesis then sooner or later there will need to be a game changing find...
edit on 22-12-2012 by SLAYER69 because: (no reason given)
Is is me or does the jaw bone seem odd in shape.
The tooth alignment looks a little suspect also.
I am not saying this is a skull of alien origin; I am just pointing out something which I see as different compared to "modern man".