It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Oh My, this is brilliant research; I am overwhelmed, I have not seen this imagery in such a long time and I am a Creator Godform. Do not start with the snarky comments Iam what Iam "Popeye" Your Overlord.
edit on 12-6-2013 by vethumanbeing because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by undo
you don't like my research?
it's a girl
china was pagan, and that's where the tradition of killing their girls comes from
the vedic texts are where the tradition of killing girls comes from in india.
the statue of enki has scales on his shoulders and 6 fingers on his hands.
some of the statues of females from that time frame and older, have infants with cone heads, super elongated skulls and webbed fingers.
Cranial deformation causing elongated human skulls was a world-wide phenomenon found in areas such as ancient Iraq, Malta, Melanesia (specifically near Vanuatu), Russia, North and South America, and possibly Egypt during the Amarna period, during the time of Akhenaten and Tutankhamen, but the latter is hotly debated by scholars. In terms of time period, we are looking at roughly between 4000 BC and 300 AD. The deformation process was usually begun when a child was very young, perhaps soon after birth, and continued until complete calcification of the skull was complete. Most academics believe that this was achieved by the binding of the skull with cords and flat wooden boards. The last examples of people to perform this were in the Congo of Africa by the Mangbetu people and the Vanuatu natives in the latter part of the 19th century.
CONTINUED FROM ABOVE
at one point i was told the nordic women from norse religions, were treated well because they could own property. but then someone who had been studying it, sent me a pm with a bunch of information on the subject, and stated that women in norse religion were treated just as badly as any other ancient culture.
as i mentioned before, egypt was the only place in the ancient world where women had some semblance of respect and even then, only a couple of them managed to be pharaohs. it wasn't till jesus came along, that the semitic religions got any hint about how women should be treated, and the holy roman empire just ignored it.