DNA Results Show The Elongated Paracas Skulls Are Not Native American

“The Paracas were an incredibly complex ethnic mix of people… There are a number of different haplogroups that were found in the DNA tests of the Paracas elongated skulls and these haplogroups, which is your genetic ancestry, they don’t fit in with the history of Peru in any shape or form…”

According to a group of experts dealing with the Paracas skull phenomenon, recent DNA results have revealed that the elongated skulls of Paracas, Peru, are not native to the region.

During the 1920’s, a Peruvian archaeologist by the name Julio Tello discovered a series of tombs in Paracas Peru. The contents of the tomb left experts stumped as countless elongated skulls were recovered from the tombs. Since then, more elongated skulls have been found in the region, raising numerous questions about these mysterious people.

For more than five years have experts like Brien Foerster tried solving the mystery behind the elongated skulls. While much progress has been made in understanding them, the journey has been very difficult.

The analysis of this elongated skull, which has reddish hair, shows that it has a mitochondrial haplogroup U2e, which may signify it originated somewhere in the Caucasus… far from Paracas.

After countless studies and research, we have begun finding out more about these mystery skulls. Some DNA analysis has shown that the elongation present on the Paracas skulls was not the result of artificial cranial deformation but by genetics. Some of the Paracas Skulls have a cranial volume which is up to 25% larger and 60% percent heavier than conventional human skulls. While ‘head binding’ can alter the shape of the skull, it cannot alter its volume.

At the end of last week, a Symposium was held in Los Angeles where experts announced new results of testing performed on the elongated Skulls.

The main speakers of the event were L.A. Marzulli and Brien Foerster.

As reported by Megalith Marvels, Foerster, author of several books on the subject and a recognized expert of the Paracas Skulls, published the following information on the aforementioned DNA results.

“The DNA results actually were incredibly complicated… It’s going to take me some time to actually figure out what the results mean. What it does show for sure is that the Paracas elongated skull people were not 100% Native American. They were a mix or even you could say, in some ways, a hybrid of different people.”

More question than answers…

Foerster explains that “Their blood types are very complicated as well, they should be blood type “O” if they’re 100% Native American and that’s not the case. We are likely looking at a sub-species of humanity as regards to the Paracas… Seems to be a lot of DNA evidence from extreme eastern Europe and extreme western Asia. More specifically I’m talking about the area in between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea where ancient elongated skull people lived I think about 3000 years ago.”


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DNA Results For The Elongated Skulls Of Paracas: Part 4 Of 4: European Nobility?


Brien Foerster reveals the fourth DNA tests results performed on a number of curious skulls found in Peru.

The fourth DNA results indicate that the curious skull displayed haplogroup H2a, characteristic of ancestry from Eastern Europe, small parts of Western Europe and the Caucasus region in modern-day Crimea.


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In the previous three tests results, Brien Foerster showed the discovered haplogroups during tests indicate clear European Ancestry and no traces of Native American ancestry which is beyond fascinating and raises a number of questions which researchers archaeologists and historians will need to answer in the near future.

Brien Foerster showed us that the 18 to 22-month-old Paracas ‘royal’ baby had traces with blonde and reddish hair had the maternal haplogroup U2e1 which is found on the European continent and not in South America.

These were the first indicators that there was something weird about the skulls.

Further tests revealed equally fascinating results when Brien Foerster obtained DNA test results from the ‘La Oroya Skull’ which died some 850 years ago, also showing that it belonged to haplogroup T2b, another indicator which suggests European ancestry.


 

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Tests results performed on the so-called Cleopatra of Paracas who died some 2,000 years ago revealed equally fascinating results showing that the sample belonged to the H1 group, traces of which are found in countries of Western Europe and the Basque people, Iberia and parts of Northern Africa.

The fourth set of results were performed on a  skull which was found in the same tomb as the above mentioned 18 to 22-month-old Paracas ‘royal’ baby.

Results indicate it displayed haplogroup H2a, characteristic of ancestry from Eastern Europe, small parts of Western Europe and the Caucasus region in modern-day Crimea.

Brien Foerster indicates that the only haplogroups to have reached the American Continent, specifically South America, before the Spanish conquistadores arrived were  A, B, C and D.

However, the four DNA samples mentioned above clearly indicate that is not how history unfolded thousands of years ago.

The above results are indicators that it is very likely that thousands of years ago, before the Spanish Came to South America, people from Europe and the Caucasus most likely traveled to America.

Brien Foerster writes that major centers for haplogroup H2a are the Caspian Sea, northern Black Sea, and Scandinavia.

Brien indicates that elongated skulls dating back at least 2,000 years have been discovered in France, Austria, Hungary, Germany, and England and that their origin is most likely the Caucasus region.


Sarmatians. Two deformed human skulls. Probably dated in the 3rd century BC. Kerch Historical and Archaeological Museum. Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Ukraine. Notice their similarity to the Paracas skulls found half way around the world in Peru.
Two elongated human skulls. Probably dated in the 3rd century BC. Kerch Historical and Archaeological Museum. Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Ukraine. Notice their similarity to the Paracas skulls found half-way around the world in Peru.

Foerster further indicates that the parent Haplogroup of H2a is H2 meaning that it is very likely that it originated in the Caspian Sea, a fact that seems to support the Armenian/Crimean connections.

This is why it is likely and plausible that ancestors of the skull with traces of R2a haplogroup somehow traveled to Paracas in Peru perhaps via the Indian and Pacific Ocean sometime between 2,000 and 3,000 years ago.

Brien Foerster raises numerous questions that challenge history books. He questions the nature of elongated skulls found in Romania, which date back around 2,000 years and if it is possible that these people traveled from Crime and spread to other parts of Europe consequently.

It seems that after all, history as we know it is slowly being changed.

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DNA Results For The Elongated Skulls Of Paracas: Part 3 Of 4: “Cleopatra Of Paracas.”


Meet the “Cleopatra Of Paracas.”

Brien Foerster presents us with further details about the fascinating Paracas skulls from Peru. This time, DNA tests revealed fascinating results performed on a skull that belonged to the Paracas culture. The curious skull was nicknamed Cleopatra because of its unusual shape and obvious traces of red hair.


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Again, maternal DNA results showed that the sample is H1, traces of which are found in countries of Western Europe

Part 1 one the analysis demonstrated that the 18 to 22-month-old Paracas ‘royal’ baby had traces with blonde and reddish hair and had the maternal haplogroup U2e1 which is found on the European continent and not in South America.

Brien Foerster indicates that this blood type is usually found in proto-Germanic and proto-Slavic speakers and the fact that the baby died nearly 2,000 years ago is beyond fascinating as it indicates that thousands of years ago people from Europe traveled to America.

Part two of the analysis demonstrated that the 850-year-old Elongated skull that was discovered in the Peruvian highlands east of Lima had maternal haplogroup T2b, another indicator which suggests European descendancy.


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Haplogroup T2b is commonly found in the European countries of the British Isles, Baltic States, and Scandinavia.

Curiously the above-mentioned tests were performed on skeletal remains of people who inhabited the region thousand’s of years ago. According to history, the Spanish did not reach Peru up until 1532.

Brien Forester presents us with part 3 of the analysis which was performed on a skull that belonged to the Paracas culture. The curious skull was nicknamed Cleopatra because of its unusual shape and obvious traces of red hair.

Again maternal DNA results showed that the sample is H1, traces of which are found in countries of Western Europe and the Basque people, Iberia, and parts of Northern Africa.

According to researchers, all pre-Columbian inhabitants of the Americas were believed to have belonged to haplogroups A, B, C, D and perhaps X, but the above three DNA results clearly indicate otherwise, suggesting a European ancestry long before Europeans got to the Americas and especially before they visited parts of Peru and other South American Countries.

Brien Foerster further indicates that theories suggest that H1 was the dominant haplogroup that was present in European megalithic culture sometime beginning around 5,000 BC until the arrival of proto-Celtic cultures sometime around 2,000 BC.

What if –as Brien Foerster indicates— the H1 megalithic builders left European countries and somehow got to the Americas and eventually Peru by sea thousands of years ago?

Brien Foerster promises more fascinating details in the next to DNA updates that are yet to come.

Don’t forget to visit Brien Foerster’s website www.hiddenincatours.com and check out the full story about the 4 Peruvian elongated skulls in Watchers 10 here.

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New DNA tests on 2,000-year-old Elongated Paracas Skulls changes history


Among other results, researchers have found that the mystery skulls which date back at least 2,000 years have European and Middle Eastern origins.

“If these results hold,” history of the migration of people to the Americas is far more complex than we have been told previously.” Brien Foerster.


Elongated skulls on display at Museo Regional de Ica
Elongated skulls on display at Museo Regional de Ica. Image Credit.

The famous Paracas skulls have been hailed by many as the missing ling in mankind’s origins.

Ever since they were discovered deep in the desert peninsula of Paracas, on the southern coast o Peru by Peruvian archaeologist Julio Tello in 1928, the Paracas skulls have created a stir in the scientific community.

During excavations, Tello uncovered a complex and sophisticated graveyard with skeletons that would forever change history.

In 2014, the Paracas skulls made history when a genetics carried out preliminary DNS testing discovering that they have mitochondrial DNA “with mutations unknown in any human, primate, or animal known so far.”

But the mystery surrounding the enigmatic skulls did not end in 2014. Now, a new DNA test has been completed adding more mystery to the Paracas skulls.

As many have expected, the new round of tests obtained equally controversial results.

Researchers have found that the mystery skulls which date back at least 2,000 years have European and Middle Eastern origins.

This fact changes once again everything we knew about American history and how the American continent was populated.


Are the PAracas skulls the result of artifical head binding? Or is it possible that they belonged to an ancient species lost to history? Image Credit: Marcia Moore / Ciamar Studio
Are the Paracas skulls the result of artificial head binding? Or is it possible that they belonged to an ancient species lost to history? Image Credit: Marcia Moore / Ciamar Studio

What are the Paracas skulls?

While many people still maintain that the Paracas skulls are the result of artificial cranial deformation, laboratory results suggest otherwise.

Even though most cases of skull elongation are known to be the result od head begins, or head flattering, the Paracas skulls are an exception.

Head flattening (artificial cranial deformation) was achieved by binding the head between two pieces of wood, tying them together with cloth.

While this was done thousands of years ago by numerous ancient cultures around the globe, the Paracas skulls are much more complicated.

While head flattening alters the shape of the cranium, it does not and CANNOT alter any other features that are characteristic to the human skull.

Speaking about the mysterious Paracas Skulls in an interview with Ancient Origins, author, and researcher LA Marzulli describes how the Paracas skulls are different from ordinary human skulls:

“There is a possibility that it might have been cradle headboarded, but the reason why I don’t think so is because the position of the foramen magnum is back towards the rear of the skull. A normal foramen magnum would be closer to the jaw line…”

In the interview, Marzulli talks about an archaeologist who had written a paper about the study of the position of the foramen magnum in over 1000 skulls.

“He states that the Paracas skulls, the position of the foramen magnum is completely different than a normal human being, it is also smaller, which lends itself to our theory that this is not cradle headboarding, this is genetic.”

The Paracas Skulls are missing a Sagittal suture

„In a normal human skull, there should be a suture which goes from the frontal plate … clear over the dome of the skull separating the parietal plates – the two separate plates – and connecting with the occipital plate in the rear,” said Marzulli. “We see many skulls in Paracas that are completely devoid of a sagittal suture.“

While the absence of the sagittal suture can bi attributed to a disease known as craniosynostosis, Marzulli states that there is no evidence of this disease present in the Paracas Skulls.

The fascinating results surrounding the mysterious Paracas Skulls have led many people around the globe to speculate that not only were the Paracas Skulls naturally elongated, but they belonged to an ancient species that existed on Earth thousands of years ago.

The full lab reports of the NEW DNA tests are available in LA Marzulli’s book Nephilim Hybrids.



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The Paracas Skulls: Evidence of Ancient Aliens?

Are the mysterious Paracas Skulls the ultimate evidence of Ancient Aliens visiting Earth in the distant past? How is it possible that the cranial volume of the Paracas Skulls is up to 25 percent larger and 60 percent heavier than conventional human skulls?


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Ever since their discovery, the enigmatic Paracas skulls have fascinated researchers. Are they evidence of a new –previously unknown—human species? Different in every way from the Homo Sapiens, Neanderthals, and the Denisovan hominid?

The truth is that everything about the Paracas skulls is fascinating. Interestingly, one of the most surprising facts about these elongated skulls is the fact that according to research, the cranial volume of the Paracas skulls is up to 25 percent larger and 60 percent heavier than conventional human skulls, which means they could not have been intentionally deformed through head binding methods as researchers suggested in the past. Simply put, head binding does not, and cannot increase the cranial volume.

Furthermore, another crucial piece of evidence which suggests the Paracas skulls belonged to a completely different species is the fact that unlike conventional human skulls, the “Paracas Skulls” only have one parietal bone. The human skull is composed of two parietal bones located between the frontal and occipital, forming the sides of the calvaria. The calvaria or also called skullcap, is made up of the superior portions of the frontal bone, occipital bone, and parietal bones. These differences show us that cranial deformation is unintentional, and makes the “Paracas Skulls” a highly debatable subject among researchers who according to their theories, have solid arguments that sustain their point of views. Yet, even though there are so many explanations regarding the elongated skulls, the “Paracas skulls” remain a mystery among scientists.

But where did these mysterious skulls come from? And who were the Paracas people?

The people of Paracas, by which the Paracas Peninsula is named, lived in the coastal region of Peru around 800 BC to 100 AD, making them one of the oldest known Andean cultures. They had an aptitude for irrigation and water management and were one of the most spiritually developed cultures in the area.

However, the Paracas culture was one of the oldest ancient Andean people who practiced head binding by using rope, cloth, and wooden boards, which resulted in extremely elongated skulls. This, however, could not have increased the cranial volume of the skulls.

According to researchers, this was done for spiritual or religious reasons, and scholars believe head binding was an effort of the ancient Paracas to look more like their deities.

And while the mysterious Paracas skulls have been the center of debate ever since their discovery, their origin remains a mystery.

Author David Childress has long theorized that these strange, elongated skulls, are the result of contact between extraterrestrial beings and humans before the appearance of the Paracas culture and that it is from there that the ancient Paracas people decided to copy the appearance of the ‘Gods’.

According to Brien Foerster, “It had mtDNA (mitochondrial DNA) with mutations unknown in any human, primate, or animal known so far.”

A geneticist who participated in the study said: “the individuals from the Paracas skulls were so biologically different that it would have been impossible for humans and them to ‘interbreed’.  “I am not sure it will even fit into the known evolutionary tree.”

Are the Paracas skulls the missing link in the origin of mankind? Do they belong to a species that did not originate on Earth? Or are they just another example of cranial deformation?

Interestingly, Five samples of the Paracas skulls were sent to undergo genetic testing. The samples which consisted of hair, skin teeth and some fragments of cranial bones gave incredible details that have fueled the mystery surrounding these anomalous skulls. The genetic laboratory to where the samples were sent was not informed of the origin of the skulls in order to avoid ‘influenced results’. The mitochondrial DNA, which is inherited from the mother, showed mutations that were unknown to any man, primate or animal found on planet Earth.

The Paracas Peninsula: Beyond mysterious

Interestingly, apart of the enigmatic skulls found by Peruvian archeologist, Julio Tello in 1928, the Paracas region has other incredible features that are worth mentioning.

One of them is the incredible Paracas Candelabra.

The mysterious formation is perfectly aligned north and south and can even be seen around 12 miles from the sea. In the vicinity, researchers have discovered remains of pottery, which has led them to believe that the Paracas Candelabra is in fact the work of the Pre-Incan ‘Paracas’ People. The true meaning and purpose remain a widely debated subject among experts.

While the Paracas candelabra can also be seen from the sky, it’s not as visible as the Nazca lines which are located around 160 kilometers to the southwest.


 


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10 Facts about the Paracas Skulls: Evidence of Ancient Aliens?

Are the Paracas skulls the missing link in the origin of mankind? Do they belong to a species that did not originate on Earth? Or are they just another example of cranial deformation?


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The enigmatic Paracas skulls are surely one of the most enigmatic discoveries ever made. Discovered deep in the desert peninsula of Paracas, on the southern coast o Peru, in the barren landscape Peruvian archaeologist, Julio Tello came across a complex and sophisticated graveyard in 1928. What he found buried there could change everything we know about the history of mankind. Even though skeptics remain unconfident about the Paracas skulls, many people believe not only could they indicate a missing link in humans origins, but an entirely new species that did not originate on Earth. It’s up to science to decide who is right.

Here we have 10 interesting facts about the Enigmatic Paracas Skulls, a set of controversial human remains that would forever change how we look at our ancestor and our origins.

  1. The bodies in the tombs had some of the largest elongated skulls ever discovered on the planet.

  2. The Peruvian archeologist discovered over 300 mysterious skulls which are believed to be at least around 3000 years old.

  3. There are certain South American tribes that used to ‘bind infant’s skulls’ in order to change their shape, resulting in a drastically elongated cranial shape that resembled anything but ordinary humans.

  4. By applying constant pressure over a long period of time with the use of pieces of wood, the ancient tribes would achieve a cranial deformation which can also be found in ancient cultures from Africa.While this type of cranial deformation changed the shape of the skull, it did not alter the size, weight or cranial volume, all of which are characteristic traits of regular human skulls.

  5. The cranium of the Paracas skulls is are least 25 % larger and up to 60% heavier than the skulls of regular human beings.

  6. Not only are they different in weight, the Paracas skulls are also structurally different and only have one parietal plate while ordinary humans have two.

  7. Five samples of the Paracas skulls were sent to undergo genetic testing. The samples which consisted of hair, skin teeth and some fragments of cranial bones gave incredible details that have fueled the mystery surrounding these anomalous skulls. The genetic laboratory to where the samples were sent was not informed of the origin of the skulls in order to avoid ‘influenced results’. The mitochondrial DNA, which is inherited from the mother, showed mutations that were unknown to any man, primate or animal found on planet Earth.

  8. The mutations present in the samples of the Paracas skulls suggest that researchers were dealing with a completely new ‘human-like being’, very different from Homo sapiens, Neanderthals or Denisovans.

  9. According to Brien Foerster, “It had mtDNA (mitochondrial DNA) with mutations unknown in any human, primate, or animal known so far.”

  10. A geneticist who participated in the study said: “the individuals from the Paracas skulls were so biologically different that it would have been impossible for humans and them to ‘interbreed’.  “I am not sure it will even fit into the known evolutionary tree.”

 

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DNA test results: Paracas skulls are not human

The desert peninsula of Paracas is located on the southern coast of one of South America’s most enigmatic countries: Peru. It is there, in this barren landscape where Peruvian archeologist Julio Tello made one of the most mysterious discoveries in 1928. During excavations, Tello uncovered a complex and sophisticated graveyard under the harsh soil of the Paracas desert.

In the enigmatic tombs, Tello discovered a set of controversial human remains that would forever change how we look at our ancestor and our origins. The bodies in the tombs had some of the largest elongated skulls ever discovered on the planet, called the Paracas skulls. The Peruvian archeologist discovered over 300 mysterious skulls which are believed to be at least around 3000 years old.

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As if the shape of the skulls wasn’t mysterious enough, a recent DNA analysis performed on some of the skulls presented some of the most enigmatic and incredible results that challenge everything we know about the origin and human evolutionary tree.

Skull Deformation: An Ancient religious practice

While several cultures around the globe practices skull deformation (elongation), the techniques used were different, meaning the results were also not the same. There are certain South American tribes that used to ‘bind infants skulls’ in order to change their shape, resulting in a drastically elongated cranial shape that resembled anything but ordinary humans. By applying constant pressure over a long period of time with the use of pieces of mood, the ancient tribes would achieve a cranial deformation which can also be found in ancient cultures from Africa. However, while this type of cranial deformation changed the shape of the skull, it did not alter the size, weight or cranial volume, all of which are characteristic traits of regular human skulls.

This is where the details about the Paracas skulls gets interesting. The Paracas skulls are anything but ordinary. The cranium of the Paracas skulls are at least 25 % larger and up to 60% heavier than the skulls of regular human beings. Researchers firmly believe that these traits could not have been achieved through head bindings as some scientists suggest. Not only are they different in weight, but the Paracas skulls are also structurally different and only have one parietal plate while ordinary humans have two.

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These strange characteristics have further deepened the decade-old mystery surrounding the Paracas skulls and researchers still have no idea what they were in the past.

Further Testing

The director of the Paracas Museum of History sent five samples of the Paracas skulls to undergo genetic testing, and the results were mesmerizing. The samples which consisted of hair, skin teeth and some fragments of cranial bones gave incredible details that have fueled the mystery surrounding these anomalous skulls. The genetic laboratory to where the samples were sent was not informed of the origin of the skulls in order to avoid ‘influenced results.’

Interestingly, the mitochondrial DNA, which is inherited from the mother, showed mutations that were unknown to any man, primate or animal found on planet Earth. The mutations present in the samples of the Paracas skulls suggest that researchers were dealing with a completely new ‘human-like being,’ very different from Homo sapiens, Neanderthals or Denisovans.

Brien Foerster reported the following on the geneticist’s findings:

It had mtDNA (mitochondrial DNA) with mutations unknown in any human, primate, or animal known so far. But a few fragments I was able to sequence from this sample indicate that if these mutations will hold we are dealing with a new human-like creature, very distant from Homo sapiens, Neanderthals, and Denisovans.

According to reports, the individuals from the Paracas skulls were so biologically different that it would have been impossible for humans and them to ‘interbreed’.  “I am not sure it will even fit into the known evolutionary tree,” the geneticist wrote.

Who were these mysterious beings? Did they evolve separately on Earth? What caused them to have such drastic differences from ordinary humans? And is it possible that these beings are actually not from Earth?

All of these possibilities are theories that cannot be overruled given the current testing. The only thing that we know so far is that there are many things out there that go far beyond the understanding of researchers, historians, and scientists. It is possible that after all the question of whether we are alone in the universe can be answered thanks to the Paracas skulls?

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Elongated skulls; Traces of an unknown species


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In 1928 researchers found on the southern coast of Peru a cemetery that held the remains of 300 individuals with elongated skulls.

The discovery was led by Peruvian archaeologist Julio Tello, and it is believed that the skulls may date from about 3,000 years ago.

These are known today as the “Paracas skulls”.

Foerster has conducted thorough DNA analysis of these skulls he has provided new information on the issue.

 

Intentional deformation? Yes perhaps, you are right, but there is more! Researchers determined that most of the skull are elongated as a result of intentional deformation. A constant force was applied to the cranium for a long time which caused them to assimilate an elongated skull. Strangely, the volume and weight of the skeletons is anything but normal. According to researchers, the cranial volume of the “Paracas Skulls” is up to 25% larger and 60% heavier than conventional human skulls. And there is more to the mysterious skulls. The human skull is composed of two parietal bones located between the frontal and occipital, forming the sides of the calvaria. The calvaria or also called skullcap, is made up of the superior portions of the frontal bone, occipital bone, and parietal bones. The “Paracas Skulls” only have one!

These differences show us that cranial deformation is unintentional, and makes the “Paracas Skulls” a highly debatable subject among researchers who according to their theories, have solid arguments that sustain their point of views. Yet, even though there are so many explanations regarding the elongated skulls, the “Paracas skulls” remain a mystery among scientists.

Further analysis provided interesting information.

The analysis conducted by Brien Foerster on mitochondrial DNA yielded surprising results. It turns out that the “Paracas Skulls” have unknown mutations not characteristically for any human being or any known animal to date.

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“Whatever the sample labeled 3A has come from – it had mtDNA with mutations unknown in any human, primate or animal known so far. The data are very sketchy though and a LOT of sequencing still needs to be done to recover the complete mtDNA sequence. But a few fragments I was able to sequence from this sample 3A indicate that if these mutations will hold we are dealing with a new human-like creature, very distant from Homo sapiens, Neanderthals and Denisovans.. I am not sure it will even fit into the known evolutionary tree. The question is if they were so different, they could not interbreed with humans. Breeding within their small population, they may have degenerated due to inbreeding. That would explain buried children – they were either low or not viable.” -Brien Foerster

Researchers speculate that this could be a completely “new” being, very different to the Homo sapiens, Neanderthals and the Denisova hominid.

While there is a lot of interest in the elongated skull phenomena, much more research will need to be done to provide a conclusive answer that can explain once and for all the mysterious elongated skulls. Whether they are traces of a completely new species on Earth, or the remains of otherworldly beings is a debate between believers and disbelievers, between scientists and those who look at science from another perspective.

To understand the phenomena of the elongated skulls, we must exit our comfort zones and look at science from a completely different view.

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