reply to post by SLAYER69
a great and provocative post as ever, the questions you raise are valid, alas they have been answered time and again. They tend to get buried amongst
the cliches that follow this type of data on human deformation. I will try to answer the various questions/bold statements made through the thread.
Some ask if this was human 'why don't we see it today', well we do. It has many names and many effects mostly linked closely together. The most
famous example is probably Michael Berryman
who played a conehead in the movies Coneheads
without a prosthesis. This was because he suffers from a form of Ectodermal Dysplasia
am sure he would not appreciate being dug up and paraded about after death as an alien. There was another name for the disorder that shows even
There is an even more general form called craniosyntosis which likewise is linked to redheads (I believe) and neanderthals. You can understand why it
remains a relatively low key disorder. In the past relatives of the neanderthals were running human populations or at least showing them how to do
stuff via a tech transfer. Remember neanderthals in the old schools were simply grunters. Worse the prejudice that would befall redheads knowing that
the relatively rare disorder could affect offspring. I am sure the ginger nuts would appreciate that
The disorder has some startling side effects most of them displayed in the ancient skulls too. Extra sets of teeth, long skulls, missing teeth, funny
hair, skin, flattish noses and other facial changes. In the west these people are generally kept hidden though we see them on the streets here in Asia
unfortunately for them.
For those wanting aliens, no this aint alien 'proof', just the usual bunch of charlatans exploiting some poor deformed folk from long ago. Its the
exact same thing with the 'star child', there are pics of modern kids with the same deformity, god help the buggers who go up to the mothers of
those kids and say its an alien, they deserve what they get. This sort of ''freak'' exploitation should have died out with the victorian side
shows, but it seems its alive and kicking in the alternative researchers field. Its not like the researchers are unaware of the truth. Here is a link
to a discussion I had with a medical worker who explained all and Brien Foerester
Long Skulls and Trepanation discussion
In this thread it was made clear to Brien both the explanation for the long skulls (natural and man adjusted) along with the crude brain surgery that
alleviated the swelling and other issues. You probably need to be a nurse or have some basic anatomical knowledge to follow it, but Anna McBain did a
great job imo. It is pretty convincing stuff along with the star child explanation. Of course alien hunters and critics of the mainstream will rarely
agree. Brien is aware of these facts for sure yet we still have the skuls dropping in to Ancient Aliens, genetic manipulator theories and the like.
As for the science critics, the scientists are not so crass as to pop up pictures of poor deformed kids for this freakfest. There is plenty of
scientific data on the subject and it covers all of this tasteless modern day freak show, shame on the advocates IMO.