A couple of days ago, in this month of February 2014, Brien Foerster from the Starchild Project, released some preliminary result of DNA testing of the elongated skulls: “We were permitted to take samples from five of more than 40 elongated skulls which are held by the local “Paracas History Museum”. The samples consisted of hair (including roots), a tooth, skull bone and skin, while this process was carefully documented with photos and on video. With the help of the late Starchild researcher and founder of the “Starchild Project”, Lloyd Pyle, samples were send to a geneticist in Texas for the procedure of DNA analysis.” Since some segments of the test DNA do not match any segments known in Homo sapiens, and not in related forms such as Neanderthal or Denisova, it seems that the Paracas may be a distinct species of some kind. However, much more testing must be carried out.”
That is a very important statement. I have been interested in the so-called elongated skulls for some time. I have been gathering some information, but especially pictures of the skulls,which you can see on my web page of The Elongated Skull Beings. In the past couple of years there have been increased interest in these skulls, especially those displayed in museums in Peru.
If you are not familiar with them, there are hundreds of these skulls in Middle and South American museums, and a growing black market as they are still being unearthed. They have been in museums for quite a long time, but the scientific community has always refused to examine them. Why? Because they don’t fit into their (old and outdated) theory of evolution, which tells us that man is the pinnacle of intelligence through evolutionary progression, and all the other hominids were just mere half-animals. In schoolbooks we learned that man (Homo sapiens) evolved from the Neanderthal, who evolved from earlier primates; and other hominids who came and went were all just half-animal offshoots from a common ancestor. Over the last decades however, archeological finds, have profoundly revised this theory. At least, if you pay attention to these scientific reports, otherwise you are still stuck in that old evolutionary theory. We now know that the Neanderthal was intelligent. He buried the dead, cared for their wounded, produced art, and cave paintings, and so on. In other words, he was just like Homo sapiens. Neanderthal was an equally intelligent being. Both Neanderthals and humans were sharing the world, and now it has also been proven, genetically, that the two races mingled and cross-bred.
So, now we are discovering that there was another intelligent race living in the same world, with humans. This race had elongated skulls. No, they were not cradle-boarded. Some people are starting to call them the Longheads. They had much longer skulls, and a lot more brain content. This probably is very important, because we always find the Longheads in the aristocratic classes of different civilizations. Yes, they were present all over the earth, as we have found their skulls in many different countries. You can see that on my The Elongated Skull Beings page. They were not only in the upper classes, but they were actively engaged in the construction of numerous earth works, like tumuli, earthen pyramids, and large landscape figures and symbols. They seem to have known a lot about the earth energies, such as ley lines. When we look at Middle and South America, they constructed many stone pyramids and cities. They had vast astronomical knowledge, and architectural skills. Humans were in the lower, workers classes, although the Longheads probably were educating the brightest humans into their knowledge.
When you start realizing that what we have called the Mayan civilization, for example, (in relation to its knowledge, language, hieroglyphics, science etc) is actually a Longhead civilization that created highly advanced centers that attracted humans which went to live with them.
Because we know so little about them as a race, it is presently thought that they lived from around 2000 BC to about 500-1000 AC. I personally think that they are much older, at least ten thousand years if not more, and they constructed all these highly advanced civilizations that go back to 10,000-12,000 years ago, like the recently excavated Göbekli Tepe tempel in Turkey.
As you can see on my webpage of The Elongated Skull Beings, the Longheads had noses that started in the middle of their forehead. A quite unique and distinct feature. They might not all have had that feature, because, when you carefully look at the elongated skulls, you can see that there are different variants, or races of them.
Aside from several different (than humans) skull characteristics, most Longheads had only two skull plates, making them definitely, without a question, not human. Humans always have three skull plates, no exceptions. The Longhead skull does not have the sagittal suture that humans have. Here is an example:
There is one skull that has an extra suture, creating four (!) skull plates:
When we look at the shape of the Longheads, I can distinguish three different types:
1. The forehead goes up and slants slightly backwards, then there is a ‘bump’, after which the skull goes further up but slants even more backwards:
2. The forehead goes straight up, and has a more rounded and wider top:
Here is another one from Bolivia:
This kind of skull was also found in Russia:
3. The third kind of Longhead is found in Egypt. The stone sculptures of the daughters of pharaoh Akhenaton and his wife Nefertiti clearly show that their skulls extend almost horizontal:
More information at my The Elongated Skull Beings page.