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Skulls found claimed to be that of the Nephilim

12 February 2014, 12:10

Skulls discovered in Mexico claimed to be that of the Nephilim a team of archaeologists close to the village of Onavas in Mexico have discovered 13 ancient human specimens with elongated skulls, thought to be approximately 1,000 years old. These skulls may be the result of an ancient technique known as “cradle-boarding” also known as cranial deformation, head flattening, or head binding which can produce an elongated shape in the skull of a young child, indeed, other similarly shaped ones found around the globe have been attributed to these practises applied to children when they were young.

According to researcher, LA Marzulli, in Peru he visited a museum and a huge desert cemetery, and noted that some skulls appeared to be unusual, having one parietal plate, in addition to large pronounced ridges, as well as heart shaped domes in the rear that can’t be attributed to cradle-boarding, but possibly a sort of genetic manipulation…..that maybe the remains of the Nephilim.

Brian Foerster, author and expert on elongated skulls appears to agree with Marzulli, he noted that these strange skulls have a cranial volume 25% larger than conventional human skulls and is 60% heavier. He further states that “they contain two small holes in the back of the skull, perpendicular to the cranial suture present in the parietal plate of the skull. Normal human skulls are comprised of three major bone plates, the frontal plate, and the two parietal plates behind this, intersecting the frontal plate making a T shape. The other factor is that there is only one parietal plate present in these skulls where the normal human one has two.”

The official definition of the term ‘Nephilim’ according to the Merriam-Webster Encyclopaedia, is: a biblical race of giants or demigods. Others claim the word stems from the meaning ‘the fallen’. Common references to this race of beings include the “daughters of men” “sons of God”, “fallen angels” and” watchers”.

The DNA results of these ‘strange’ skulls are still at a preliminary stage.” Samples were taken from 5 of the forty skulls held by the Paracas History Museum in Peru, the samples consist of hair, (including roots) a tooth, skull bone and skin. Samples have been sent to a geneticist in Texas for the procedure of the DNA analysis. So far, some segments of the test DNA do not match any segments known in Homo Sapiens, and also not in related forms such as Neanderthal or Denisova, it seems that the Parcas ones may be a distinct species of some kind”, according to Foerster,” however much more testing needs to be carried out”. A Carbon -14 dating and perhaps blood tests will be done.

Foerster claims that these “beings” either interbred with normal humans, and over time the genetic elongated skull characteristics began to disappear and resulted in the necessity of later cranial deformation, or they may have been wiped out by other people.

http://www.altheadlines.com/nephilim-skeletons-giant-bones-and-skulls-discovered-13249007/ http://www.altheadlines.com/nephilim/ http://grenzwissenschaft-aktuell.blogspot.com/2014/02/interview-with-brien-foerster.html http://thetruthwins.com/archives/13-nephilim-skulls-found-in-mexico

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