Skulls represent humans and mortality. But did you know that elongated skulls were unearthed several years ago?

It was Peruvian archaeologist Julio Tello who discovered the skulls in 1928 in a massive graveyard in Paracas desert peninsula in the Pisco Province on the south coast of Peru. The discovery questioned what we know on the evolution of man and what was unorthodox and eerie about the skulls was that they were said to be non-human!

He discovered over 300 skulls that have an unusual elongated shape…the only ones of its kind.

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Known as the Paracas skulls, they are believed to be 3,000 years of age.

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“The skulls are said to have a cranial capacity of 24-40% larger than a regular human skull, which some claim is evidence that their brains were bigger and they were thus more intelligent than modern humans or humans of the same era.”

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Years after, in 2011, Brian Foerster, the Paracas Museum assistant and expert on the ancient elongated skulls convinced Juan Navarro, an owner of a local Paracas History Museum, to check several samples for analysis. Navarro has a collection of some 35 well preserved Paracas elongated skulls, along with many other historical artifacts related to the Paracas culture. Parts of the hair, including roots, tooth, skull bone and skin samples were taken for DNA analysis. What they found was absolutely shocking…

Initial DNA analysis of the elongated skulls revealed that they may have come from a completely different and new species!

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Entirely not human at all: “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 samples indicated that if these mutations will hold on are dealing with a new human-like creature, very distant from Homo sapiens, Neandertahls and Denisovans.”

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Some have thought that the skulls are elongated because of cranial deformation, in instances where the head has been flattened resulting in the unusual shape, but evidence says this isn’t the case in the Paracas skulls.

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“The cranial volume is up to 25 percent larger and 60 percent heavier than conventional human skulls, meaning they could not have been intentionally deformed through head binding/flattening. They also contain only one parietal plate, rather than two. The fact that the skulls’ features are not the result of cranial deformation means that the cause of the elongation is a mystery, and has been for decades.” April Holloway states.

Brian Foerster said: “From the doctors that I have spoken to, they have said that you can alter the shape of the skull but you cannot increase the size of the skull. The skull is genetically predetermined to have a certain volume,”

Yet another theory on the Paracas people is that they might have migrated.

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The reddish-brown color of the ancient Paracas people and their unusual height is also not common to the region. According to Brian Foerster, who has co-authored a book entitled, “The Enigma of Cranial Deformation: Elongated Skulls of the Ancients“, it may have been possible that these people originated and then moved from another part of the world, in Georgia, because that was where it was found.

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However, there are still a lot more tests that need to be carried out. This is for the DNA, unfortunately this costs a lot of money.

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For the past 2 years Foerster has raised $7,000 (£4,260, €5,120) for the initial DNA testing. However, a full genome study is needed to completely confirm the theory that costs at least $100,000. So he is calling on his fellow geneticists to volunteer their expert services and lend their equipment “for the good of humanity”.

“I have had many different ideas but I’ve been waiting for actual DNA analysis and that has taken an incredibly long time, mainly due to lack of funding and also finding a geneticist who is open to studying this, doing it at a fraction of the normal cost that it would cost commercially,” he explained.

“My intent simply is to find the truth as to who these people were.”

“They may have been aliens, though highly unlikely.” Foerster added.

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So many mystery surround these skulls. Another theory is that they might have come from “The Lord of the Rings” like era.

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If there is indeed an era like that. Some believe that extremely strange hybrid races once walked the earth. With each year, the scientific evidence continues to pile up, which makes people believe that the Nephilim actually lived among us. And this evidence changes everything we have come to believe!

So can we conclude that these are Nephilim skulls? It is best to be cautious to say the least. Of course many researchers are extremely excited about these findings. For example, consider what L.A. Marzulli is saying about these skulls…


Our Geneticist has had his mind blown as the email indicates, but we must be cautious with our conclusions until all the evidence can be examined.

With that in mind, take a good look at the two skulls in the picture above. I took this photo when I returned to the Chongos Necropolis a few weeks ago. The skull on the left shows only one parietal plate and a complete absence of a parietal suture. Is this a genetic trait that is only found in the Paracas skulls? If so, what does it signify?

Chongos is one of the most enigmatic places I have ever found myself in. On this visit to the area we were accompanied by the mayor and an armed escort! Chongos is where the sample for the DNA testing and the subsequent results I posted above, has come from.

Are these really Nephilim skulls? In my opinion, the evidence is beginning to stack up in that direction, but we must be cautious and patient for all the evidence to come in.

For much more on the DNA test results, here’s a video interview with Brien Foerster:

What is even more bizaare is that the geneticis who says that these Paracas skulls are not human have not resurfaced. What is his reason? Is the topic so controversial that he has to hide? According to a source, he wants to gather more information but is willing to participate later on.

Where do these skulls came from? Perhaps the answer only lies in these skulls. But the more important question to find out is, if they are not of human or primate nature, what are they? And why were they in that particular place? For the meantime, these skulls will remain to be a mystery…truly like skeletons in the closet, but with far more secrets.

Sources: Elite Readers | International Business Times | Yahoo