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wensam
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#166 | Posted: 30 Sep 2011 11:52
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AllSpark:
All i ask is that you look at these pictures and ask yourself (i) is this is a true representation of the 'sitter' by these sculptors (ii) Is there any evidence of homo sapiens ever having a nose that goes on up into part of the forehead (iii) Are they in fact Aliens ?

Could it be a styalised/schematised reference to the pineal gland? The last one has had his removed perhaps? As you will know the pineal gland is said by some to be the seat of telepathic powers. All animals have better evolved pineal glands than we do- is this also a reference to hybridisation of ET/early humans?
Interesting observation AS.
AllSpark
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#167 | Posted: 30 Sep 2011 12:34
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wensam:
Could it be a styalised/schematised reference to the pineal gland? The last one has had his removed perhaps? As you will know the pineal gland is said by some to be the seat of telepathic powers. All animals have better evolved pineal glands than we do- is this also a reference to hybridisation of ET/early humans?
Interesting observation AS.

Take a look at this site. Some interesting alternative ideas about these types of skulls from the fossil records. Notice the forehead area.
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wensam
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#168 | Posted: 30 Sep 2011 13:25
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AllSpark, have a look at the first picture and then scroll down to the bottom to find some interesting heiroglyphs and another skull. Akhenaten was always depicted as generally giant and elongated. I have seen his massive statue in the Museum at Cairo- it's quite overpowering and his features, especially the nose very elongated.

http://www.wisprworld.com/apps/blog/categories/show/519337-conspiracy?page=3
AllSpark
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#169 | Posted: 30 Sep 2011 20:17
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wensam:
AllSpark, have a look at the first picture and then scroll down to the bottom to find some interesting heiroglyphs and another skull. Akhenaten was always depicted as generally giant and elongated. I have seen his massive statue in the Museum at Cairo- it's quite overpowering and his features, especially the nose very elongated.

http://www.wisprworld.com/apps/blog/categories/show/519337-conspiracy?page=3

Interesting, however, the so called E.T with the big eyes has already been proved to be something akin to fruit in a bowl if i remember correctly. An interesting link though wensam.
SPIRAL
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#170 | Posted: 30 Sep 2011 20:32
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AllSpark:
Take a look at this site. Some interesting alternative ideas about these types of skulls from the fossil records. Notice the forehead area.

I was under the impression that they used to 'shape' the skull by putting them in a 'form' just after birth when the crainium is maleable
wensam
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#171 | Posted: 1 Oct 2011 11:06
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SPIRAL:
I was under the impression that they used to 'shape' the skull by putting them in a 'form' just after birth when the crainium is maleable

Yes, many cultures practice this- my partner said his granny shaped all their heads and noses- as you say Spiral the cranium is maleable. However I.m not sure if a bit of massage or 'form' setting in early infancy would have these results. Intriguing why they would do this anyway.
AllSpark
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#172 | Posted: 1 Oct 2011 11:25 | Edited by: AllSpark
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wensam:
Yes, many cultures practice this- my partner said his granny shaped all their heads and noses- as you say Spiral the cranium is maleable. However I.m not sure if a bit of massage or 'form' setting in early infancy would have these results. Intriguing why they would do this anyway.

Yes, It's well documented. Even in africa this practice was still going on until recently ( i remember an old documentary about it). It still does'nt solve the 'nose' problem. How do you make the nose grow up onto the forehead. Indeed, in profile view, the nose carries onto the forehead.

3 examples in 3 different methods of art.


AllSpark
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#173 | Posted: 1 Oct 2011 11:56 | Edited by: AllSpark
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Take a look at this

wensam
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#174 | Posted: 1 Oct 2011 12:37
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As a teacher of special needs I'v seen a lot of different head shapes. For example a child who has spent their life in a wheelchair will, by the time they enter teenage years, have a flat head at the back due to the head having been pressed against the back of the wheelchair. The head will also be more conical at the top. I once saw a child who from the back, had a head shape like the star child skull- he was fully mobile but both parents had needs and he may have spent a lot of time on his back as a baby.
The statue of the woman with the pot reminds me of an individual I met who was asian and had a similar shaped head, the forehead was very short and sloping and tapered towards the top. But, the head was small in relation to the body.
Lloyde Pye said that there were 4,000 known genetic defects and that each person carried genes that if paired in the correct combination re xx/xy would lead to a syndrome, disorder.
However, I have yet to see anything like the Egyptian statue skulls or the Mayan skulls so you could possibly rule out the special needs angle. But saying that in some cultures those with what we call special needs are revered within some communities where they think that if they pray with such a person then God will look kindly on them all.
This is a very interesting area and I personally think that some kind of hybridisation was/is at work or homage being paid to those who came from another place. As a teenager I used to draw beings with elongated skulls and long noses and there was usually a cube with circles on the side and encircling dynamic arrows in the background. I wasn't into history, sci-fi anything like that. Strange now I look back on it!!
Excuse the ramblings, just sharing my thoughts.
SPIRAL
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#175 | Posted: 1 Oct 2011 12:38
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It occurred to me that the skull shaping and things like the types of (presumably) cerimonial masks (as above) were to emulate something to which they prescribed some power or dominion.(like jaguars or eagles for example)

Now what the blazes were they emulating ? Things from a lost age ? Aliens ? A previous race ?
SPIRAL
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#176 | Posted: 1 Oct 2011 12:47
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"Artificial cranial deformation, head flattening, or head binding is a form of permanent body alteration in which the skull of a human being is intentionally deformed. It is done by distorting the normal growth of a child's skull by applying force. Flat shapes, elongated ones (produced by binding between two pieces of wood), rounded ones (binding in cloth) and conical ones are among those chosen. It is typically carried out on an infant, as the skull is most pliable at this time. In a typical case, headbinding begins approximately a month after birth and continues for about six months."
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AllSpark
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#177 | Posted: 1 Oct 2011 13:02
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wensam:
I personally think that some kind of hybridisation was/is at work or homage being paid to those who came from another place.

Fair point. Although I'm leaning towards those with the obvious 'ridge' extending from the nose to the forehead as in earlier post being completely alien. I'm still looking for evidence in skeletal remains of this particular feature which IMO is in no way linked to homo sapiens. Whereas the elongated craniums perhaps can be shown to be what you & spiral refer too as 'homage' to someone else. As spiral said:
SPIRAL:
what the blazes were they emulating ? Things from a lost age ? Aliens ? A previous race ?

AllSpark
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#178 | Posted: 1 Oct 2011 13:08 | Edited by: AllSpark
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This of course begs the question; what happens to a homo sapien who has had their head formed differently ?

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the answer........ we all end up playing golf :0
AllSpark
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#179 | Posted: 1 Oct 2011 13:25
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In regard to Queen Nefertiti of Egypt:
Studies on Egyptian royal mummies have proved conclusively that the royal Egyptian dolichocephalic head is not a result of binding but rather a genetic family trait.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/316722
AllSpark
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#180 | Posted: 1 Oct 2011 13:28
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Such skulls have been discovered not only in Egypt but also in Peru, Malta and the Mittani belt of northern Iraq and Syria and scandinavia and africa. Why are they everywhere ?

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/316722
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