1) The anthropologists video shows a convincing argument for determining the difference between deformed skulls and what are thought to be natural ones. Rather than post the clip again here is the youtube title.
Confirmation that Elongated / Conehead skulls from Peru and elsewhere are extraterrestrial fossils
The thesis holds up with the skulls looked at so far. The modern tribal examples do indeed show evidence of constriction at the correct point in the cranium whereas the 'conehead' skulls which appear to be the largest found so far from Paracas do not. The thesis is based on a sound principle that is difficult to argue with.
It would be helpful to analyse more examples but so far the theory looks sound.
2) Brien Foerster has researched this field for over 6 years. He has discovered a correlation between locations where these skulls are found and sites of precision megalithic architecture. His research however has focussed on Paracus as that is where an abundance of large 'conehead' skulls can be found. He states that on average these skulls have volume of 1.8 litres compared to our modern day average of 1.2 litres.
Tello who was a 1920's archaeologist did a lot of research on the Paracas culture found some skulls of 2.5 times the capacity of modern skulls. Foerster notes however that unfortunately Tello failed to research the skull issue in any detail.
3) Foerster claims that one of the most curious examples is that of an infant skull to be found in a little museum outside of Cuzco. The skull has unfused cranium plates which would indicate a small child however other features such as molars suggest otherwise.
Possible Alien Human Hybrid: THE Detailed Analysis
Foerster has taken samples from this skull and is currently organising funds to get the skull carbon dated and DNA analysed. The time scale for the dating is not known but from indications elsewhere on the web it should be imminent.
A review of this important topic is long overdue and it is to my amazement that researchers have not taken this seriously so far. The whole subject casts a shadow over mainstream archaeology for obvious reasons, mainly for what it has not done rather than what it has done.
The conventional way of explaining the phenomena is typical of the way that other enigmatic issues are dealt with, that is to try and find a modern day or easy to point to analogue of the phenomena and attribute it solely to that regardless of whether it is reasonable or not. The same kind of thing has been done with precision architecture as an example. Instead of carrying out an in depth investigation, the matter comes to rest there and everyone accepts the theory as gospel from them on.
To make matters worse, there is even evidence from different parts of the world namely in museums in Malta and Bolivia that these skulls are being removed from public display and no longer available for analysis. Why this is being done is not fully known although is bound to fuel conspiracy theories on the subject.
That it has taken an independent researcher like Foerster to pick up this investigation further paints the profession in a bad light. I sincerely hope that the DNA tests prove positive to vindicate his hard work.
If the DNA test prove negative then the phenomena of elongated skulls still poses some very uncomfortable questions for the mainstream. At the very least it would necessitate a review of the doctrine of evolutionary theory and natural selection as it is thought to apply to human beings.
Edited by zoser, 24 December 2012 - 08:41 AM.