The OP should try to stick to the subject to one culture or geographical region and then research.
Rather, its a brain maxturbation on
Persons with cranial deformation did exist and does exist. But that doesn't point to any extra terrestrial culture or link or origin of
The whole philosophy behind the OPs thought process is
There are remains of people with "Cone" shaped head.
Most probable reason - Genetic Mutation resulting in cranial deformations.
There are remains of many people with "Cone" shaped heads
Most probable reasons - Genetic Mutation resulting in cranial deformations in a tribe originating from a single family
Deliberate cranial deformation, practiced in many cultures, which in itself doesn't link to any extra terrestrial culture or link or origin of
There are figurines with somewhat conical heads or looking reptiloid heads.
Most probable reasons - They are what they were intended to be, figurines with conical heads, but not linking to any mumbo jumbo.
they look like reptiles because they were intended to , but then, with no link to any mumbo jumbo.
they are remains of clay figures ..having suffered weathering etc.
The OP "doesn't" go or explore all options but, sticks to one - single track . which stinks.
The OP, takes cone shaped things from
A single Culture / Civilization In a single time frame and claim cone-heads visited earth and established a civilization
A single Culture / Civilization in continuous time frames and claim cone-heads visited earth and established a civilization that extended for
thousands of years
Different Cultures/Civilizations that could have existed in the same time frame and claim Cone-heads created a civilization that existed all over the
Different Cultures/Civilizations that could have existed in different time frames and claim cone-heads created
a civilization that existed all over the world for thousands of years
Seems to me like a whole load of Brain Maxturbation!!
edit on 16/8/13 by coredrill because: for typos