posted on Feb, 7 2014 @ 07:12 AM
I am just gonna go ahead and throw this out there because I see a lot of posts implying that these skulls were intentionally deformed to resemble
Aliens or they are the result of genetic hybridization projects conducted on early man by said Aliens.
As such if this is a possibility, wouldn't it also be possible that some distant ancestors of more intelligent dinosaur species like the Troodon that
managed to survive the extinction could also be the inspiration for the intentional deformation of the skulls and even perhaps be the very source of
hybridization that is so often claimed in early man. I am sure at least most of us have heard/seen the ancient Ica stones showing dinosaurs that are
prevalent in Peru.
I mention this mostly because the ancient Peruvian myths seemed to focus more on fetishes and totems before it evolved into the worship of gods, and I
for one could easily see a situation in which these ancient people discovered fossilized skulls of a dinosaur species that not only survived
extinction but continued to evolve further. To these ancient people such a skull, once again easily the size of a human skull or larger, would be
viewed as sacred and worthy of emulation.
Or ya know, Dinosaurs continued to evolve and eventually became a dominant and intelligent species before dying out sometime in the earliest memories
of human evolution leading them to interpret these ancient beings as Nagas, Lizard Men and the like. Either way I still like to think that a species
that survived and evolved for millions and millions of years should not immediately be discounted from the conversation simply because of a little
extinction level event (or 5).
After all, there are still sunken continents and archaeological curiosities deep beneath the waters that still need to be fully explored.
Which leads me to my second line of thinking that another possible explanation for these skulls and their mysterious shape lies not in the stars or in
the distant past but in the very oceans from which so much is gained and is often the focus of religious devotion. Cephalopods are among the smartest
animals we know of in the modern age, and even a casual glimpse at the head shape shows some distinct similarities. The oceans are vast, largely
unexplored and just as capable of supporting a large population of evolving beings as the land and sky.
Finally, with the subject of sunken continents and ancient curiosities still fresh in mind, I am struck by the similarities between the shape of these
skulls, the location of Peru, and the famous Moai statues of Easter Island.
edit on 7-2-2014 by Thorneblood because: (no reason