The team of archaeologists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) working in Mexico’s Palenque ruins (at House E of Palenque’s Palace building) recently discovered a mask of Pakal the Great. Pakal (or Pacal) was a 7th century ruler who came to the throne at age 12, and was king for 68 years. The mask was made of stucco (a material made of aggregates, a binder and water). It probably was part of an architectural structure.
Arnoldo González, director of the Project of Conservation for the Elements of El Palacio, said “It is noteworthy, unlike other Mayan sites where representations are generic, in Palenque many of the features we see in mural painting or stone carvings are faithful reflections of specific characters.” Therefore, he was quite sure that the mask indeed represented Pakal.
Pay attention to what this director said, that the carvings at Palenque were faithful representations of real people. What he, and all the other archaeologists never talk about is the quite long nose of Pakal. His nose starts all the way up on his forehead. I have written about this peculiar nose feature before in my article of Elongated Skulls: Physical Features. Pakal is not the only one with such a long nose. This particular feature is also present on several statues of elite figures found on Jaina, a small limestone island on the Yucatán Peninsula’s Gulf coast. Jaina is only 200 miles (350 km) northeast of Palenque.
Why are archaeologists so afraid of admitting that the long noses, that start on the forehead, are actually part of a genetically different human race. As you can find in my article, there are other totally different physical features that these people had, among which the most famous is the long skulls that were not the result of cranial deformation. Even if they did not have long skulls, why is it not possible that a genetic variant creeps in creating an ancestry line of people with these particular long noses? After all, there are genetic lineages of people with six digits (six fingers and/or six toes).
Of course, then the next question is: how and when did the DNA change so drastically as to create significant physical changes in the human body. As you can find in my article the elongated skull people in Middle and South America had many different physical features that made them a different human species. The only logical explanation for that is that somebody in the distant past tinkered with the human DNA. That is an issue that no scientist will go into, because their standard well-established theories will only consider an evolutionary path from dumb cave men to the present enlightened scientific, know-it-all society. I question the validity of the last one, but also consider that the distant past has known well-developed and intelligent societies who were capable of genetic engineering. It took us only a little more than a hundred years, from the industrial revolution, to manipulate DNA. So, why could it not have happened in the past? Not to mention other cosmic beings that came by this planet, but that is another taboo for the all-knowing scientists…