On a few occasions I've blogged about those strange elongated (and apparently humanoid) skulls that were found near Paracas, Peru several years ago. My approach has been one of guarded skepticism and at the same time, my usual "high octane speculation." My usual method when indulging in such speculations has been (1) to assume for the sake of that speculation that a strange or anomalous story is true, and then (2) to speculate on its implications.

Well, today's story from V.T. who spotted and shared it deserves a big thank you, because this latest development brings more into focus what my previous speculations on these strange skulls might imply:

These strange skulls, as the article notes, are more than a mystery, because as previous stories on DNA studies have evidenced, they - whoever "they" are - were not any sort of native American Peruvian population. Indeed, given their shape, and rather large craniums, it's difficult to see how they're native anywhere else on Earth either, which raises some intriguing questions (again, following the above methodology) that we'll get back to. Previous articles on the subject have pointed out the strange phenomenon of skull flattening and elongation practiced by some ancient human societies, possibly in imitation of these strange people.

But this article contains something that caught my eye, which appears to be a new development in the story:

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. (Emphases added)

It's that statement about the enlarged and elongated craniums being a genetic characteristic that intrigues me, and leads to today's reallyhigh octane speculations in the form of some questions. Assuming that the DNA shows the results to be human, or of the genus homo, then several questions arise: (1) if of the genus homo, then how do "they" fit into the story of human evolution, if at all? (2) What is the age of the skulls? (3) If they are not genetically related to the human evolution story, did they arrive here from somewhere else? But (4) if they are related to homo sapiens or even to homo sapiens sapiens, does the DNA analysis indicate that they might have arisen as the result of some sort of experiment in genetic engineering? A crucial question in this regard is that of whether or not an example of any entire female intact skeleton of the group has been found? If so, is the hip bone considerably larger to accommodate such a large skull during live birth, and if not, how then were "they" brought into life? And if no intact skeletons exist, then yet another question occurs: why preserve only the skulls?

And by the same token, if we're looking at some sort of elaborate fraud or hoax, the question is, why?

I am not sufficiently informed about the details and ins-and-outs of the Paracas skulls to answer these questions nor even to know if they've already been asked and answered.

That said, and granting the proposition that this is not some sort of elaborate hoax for the sake of speculation, then I suspect that  regardless of any answers that might be there, we're looking at an extraordinary mystery that may require the standard model of human history and evolution to be revised, if not considerably revised. Indeed, I'm reminded by these skulls of the Mayan story of the genesis of mankind in the Popol Vuh, where humanity was created in some sort of primordial "masculine androgyne" state, that had to be split apart into the sexes because in that state, humanity was "too smart" and some sort of threat to the "gods." Even stranger is that the Popol Vuh's idea of a primordial "masculine androgyne" appears distantly echoed by some versions of the Talmud of Genesis 1:  "Male and female created He him" with all the Talmudic, and later, Christian Patristic speculation that this androgyne was split apart in prevision of the Fall, a tradition that appears as late as  Jon Scotus Eriugena in the 9th century. Explaining how the same idea shows up in Talmudic, Patristic, and Mayan writings adds even more to the mystery, and it may be that these strange skulls might eventually shed some sort of light on that as well.

See you on the flip side...


Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Theresa Paulfranz on November 13, 2020 at 11:47 am

    New Age Communities

    In new-age communities, where
    men and women are treated equally, where life and politics is egalitarian, and there is consensus decision making, both sexes and group rights and individual rights are in balance.
    After a long time do humans evolve to be hermaphrodites
    ? Was Akhenaten a hermaphrodite?

    • Theresa Paulfranz on November 13, 2020 at 3:27 pm

      Please forgive me for replying to myself but I just looked at the “stela” of Akhenaten and family. If I copied this right the thing can be seen on https://en. wiki /Stela_of_Akhenaten_and_his_family#media/File:GD-EG-Caire- Musee066.JPG. I just got this information from the reply by chromolady. ( below in the replies ) ( Thanks so much chromolady ). This is just what I wanted to see. I never saw anything that depicts what I suspected. The children of Akhenaten look just the way I thought a hermaphrodite would look. The wide hips and small upper body looks feminine and the depiction of something that looks like it might be male genetalia is all there. I can hardly believe the world can not see that these Akhenaten “daughters” are not “daughters”. These children look just as a hermaphrodite child would look. The artist does not capture their beauty. Akhenaten and Neffertiti do not look good. But the artist had no trouble capturing something less subtle.
      Look below at chromolady’s reply for a good copy of the thing that takes you to see this ancient art.
      There is or was an article on a site I forgot that says that this race of hermaphrodites are the next root race coming to replace current humans. I would be pleased to make such a transition. An angel does not have a dense body but if he/she did it would have to be of both sexes. The soul is both sexes and androgynous. Our human/animal bodies are one sex or the other. That is quite animal. One has to fight one’s animal body to be a liberated human being.

  2. Theresa Paulfranz on November 13, 2020 at 11:30 am

    These people may still be here. Yogananda said that when Jesus ascended he vibrated at a higher frequency and disappeared.
    When humans ascend they may do the same thing. They might find themselves in the midst of people who look a lot like Akhenaten. Who knows ?

  3. i on November 4, 2020 at 9:50 am

  4. Loxie Lou Davie on October 29, 2020 at 11:15 am

    Forget the elongated skulls!! Check out Mud Fossil Univ. if you REALLY want to blow your mind!!!

    Roger Spurr can point out on the globe, three Dragons stretched across the continents!! Google it for yourselves. The one in N. Africa was attacking a huge fish when they were killed!!

    The one in N. Am. has it’s tail near D.C. & the head down at the LA/MS Delta!! The one that makes up the Chinese continent is a little harder to spot….but can be seen!!

    He has a collection of “rocks” that were actually body parts & one of the “rock” lungs actually still had blood inside it when he cracked it open!!

    Talk about a TOTAL rewriting of our “history”?!!! 😉

  5. Jo S. on October 28, 2020 at 4:51 pm

    In the true elongated skulls, the volume is much greater
    and the parietal plates are different substantially from human.

  6. Richard on October 28, 2020 at 1:10 am

    They are interesting but hardly conclusive. So are the Mayans and their, as yet hidden expanse under the foliage. Scans have demonstrated that there’s much more than what was portrayed in the history books. Those who’ve written extensively and somewhat conclusively are in danger of finding their classes taught by their written accounts maligned and obviously lacking. A real threat to save face, indeed, or rather skulls.

    There’s still a video floating around about a six-inch skeletal remains denoting of other worldly origins or at least very different than assumed by academia. With recent DNA tracing becoming more profoundly different than expected, earthly worldly dimensions are not that far off, either. There are more than just a few millennia missing from the history books. The book on these matters seems largely incomplete. Not to mention travels by other explorers not thought to have made to what is now the America’s. A complete historical volume on ancient earth and its exploration is largely mythical by observation, if not incomplete.

    • Loxie Lou Davie on October 29, 2020 at 11:01 am

      Hear, Hear, Richard!!! 😉

    • Laura on October 29, 2020 at 6:41 pm

      I remember freshman year in college and after glancing through the assigned physical anthropology text I was disappointed at the state of our knowledge.

  7. chromolady on October 28, 2020 at 12:18 am

    There has been speculation about elongated skulls among the members of the early Egyptian dynasties, with reference made to carvings of the family of Akhenaten and Nefertiti.ée066.JPG

    There is a theory that there were cases in which “cradle boarding” to elongate the skull was done to make the child resemble someone of the past – perhaps alien visitors who were in some way overlords. It is said that the deformation caused by the practice would be obvious due to the way the cranial sutures formed.

  8. marcos toledo on October 27, 2020 at 8:40 pm

    I have read of Precolumbian giants landing in that area and there is the Starchild skull found in the southwestern USA. Which brings up why are we stuck with so-called educational institutions lying and obsessed with withholding the truth of the true history of the Earth and the Universe from the public.

  9. Laura on October 27, 2020 at 7:59 pm

    so what is going on within the increased brain volume? I hypothesize there would be more von economo neurons and an increased speed of information crossing over the larger corpus callosum.

    • zendogbreath on October 28, 2020 at 2:03 am

      Don’t dolphins also have larger size and volume of brain than humans?

      • Laura on October 29, 2020 at 6:43 pm

        yes ZDB. my other thought was that kind of volume probably needed serious nutrition or the horsepower would degrade. the absence of high quality nutrients could have contributed to the sub (or supra) species decline.

  10. Pierre on October 27, 2020 at 7:50 pm

    I’d like to know if it tests positive for COVID (rather sars2) like the Tanzanian President’s artifacts did. And if so, will it have to go into isolation for another 100,000 years.

    Interesting tidbits reading through Bullinger’s bible companion. Wherefrom presumably the likes of Jordan Maxwell gets his pluralistic ‘heavens’ that is often in there, and God refered to as ‘us’.

    then again, this guy shows how different people wrote the dang thang. (daisy encrypted)

    • zendogbreath on October 28, 2020 at 2:02 am

      Double ha.

  11. goshawks on October 27, 2020 at 7:08 pm

    The joker in me would like to obtain some of those skulls’ DNA and put it into some of the genetic-testing kits. Mail it in from some random address, and see whether ‘black vans’ started showing-up at that address…

    The big thing of interest here is the lack of ‘professional’ interest in these skulls. One can almost see the firewalling taking place. In a neutral setting, geneticists would climb all over this material, and DNA results (ordinary human, or otherwise) would have been published long ago. Instead, …crickets…

    • Robert Barricklow on October 27, 2020 at 10:02 pm

      One can almost see the firewalling taking place.
      Loved that!
      Looks like where there’s smoke; there’s fire.
      Who know the providence of those DNA tests?
      [from here, to there, and back?]

      Is it possible that these human hybrids might have traveled to distant lands? If “they” were intelligent and “alien”; what was there objective? If survival was one objective; they needed to hide in plain sight? Transferred their DNA into a human, to where the tell-tale skull was hidden in some code w/in the new being? Why did the rail go cold?
      In other words, are “they” is here in one form; or, another?

      • Robert Barricklow on October 27, 2020 at 10:06 pm

        When am I going to learn to proof read that AI type?
        Above was proofread; and corrected.
        Apparently, I’m good w/one sentence.

      • Robert Barricklow on October 29, 2020 at 11:32 am

        Who knows, if one digs deep enough; those skulls may be living waaay down under?

    • zendogbreath on October 28, 2020 at 2:01 am


  12. Ron Kersey on October 27, 2020 at 5:51 pm

    Perhaps the account in Genesis 6:1-4 of angels mating with human women and producing giants might account for DNA that would be a result of genetic engineering by the angels.

    • pete clark on November 14, 2020 at 1:33 pm

      I believe the Doc (apologies if misremembering)(a house speciality) has speculated that just this sort of DNA might be what the Cabal is searching for, through (for example) zanily OTT airport scanning booths and, of course, billions of magic virus tests.

  13. SteveM on October 27, 2020 at 2:57 pm

    “we’re looking at an extraordinary mystery that may require the standard model of human history and evolution to be revised, if not considerably revised.”

    Darwins evolution theory was just that: a theory that was never proved. He confessed his bogus on his deathbed. Who in this group seriously claims that he or she is descended from apes?

    We look back at a complete fake of history by catholizism (starting around 1200 ad) including that thing called “sciences”. Science in German language literally translates to “create knowledge”. Knowledge cannot be created. One can only REMEMBER knowledge … hence the interest of certain elite groups in the Indian vedes, in ancient clay tables etc pp.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on October 27, 2020 at 3:15 pm

      It’s spelled Catholicism…

      • pete clark on November 14, 2020 at 1:38 pm

        Catholicism + Nazi + Zionism? Could be word of the week!

    • HD on October 27, 2020 at 5:35 pm

      SteveM, I am not familiar with your claim of Darwin “…confessed his bogus…[theory]…on his deathbed.” Perhaps you could indicate the primary evidence to which you refer(?)

      “Who in this group seriously claims that he or she is descended from apes?” Funny that anyone would think that. Clearly a reasonable person understands what Darwin argued that people and apes descend from common ancestors. That is as and through separate lineages.

      “we’re looking at an extraordinary mystery that may require the standard model of human history and evolution to be revised, if not considerably revised.”

      I do not agree. There’s plenty of space in the current understanding or models of genus homo for some extra variants/ species. If mitochondrial and anecdotal ( extrapolation of) evidence points toward relationship and/or origins somewhere around the Black and Caspian seas, then obviously this sub species/ lineage moved one way or the other.

      • SteveM on October 30, 2020 at 8:53 am

        HD, obviously nobody is able to provide `evidence`what Darwin said or did not say in his deathbed. But that is the case with all `claims`or allegations that affect the longer past.

        IMHO it is a combination of

        – how you look at the hi-story,
        – application of critical thinking,
        – clues we get from heraldry, (non-official) liguistic research, etc.

        If one assumes that hi-story is just that a story, a story re-written multiple times by agents of Catholicism (thanks Doc 🙂 one only has to come to the conclusion that all keystones of todays accepted worldview are fabricated. And this website alone presents vast – lets call it – inidicators that things are materially different than they appear.

        And there is a lengthy list of further events that were not discussed here …

        • HD on October 30, 2020 at 8:51 pm

          SteveM, I’ll interpret your reply as meaning you do not know of any primary evidence backing your earlier assertion regarding Darwin and biological evolution.

          I agree, there’s much knowledge ‘lost’ and pathways to understand this knowledge lost to the common man dating back to the actions/ directives of the council of Nicea. How occlusion of this/ these understandings have played out over time and resulted the the significant ‘muddying of the waters’.

          In my humble opinion, I think it best to avoid generalisations.

          • SteveM on October 31, 2020 at 11:05 am

            HD, the primary source is Hans-Joachim Müller, Jesus Germanicus, ISBN 978-3-7450-2020-5. Page 199.

            Other researchers on this topic include Ehrhard Landmann, Jan Udo Holey (aka Jan van Helsing) and Mario Prass.

            Truth stands like a rock. There is no need to wrap theories around it or refer to sources. I`m aware this is very general but nevertheless it does not mean per se it is false. Generalisation does not equal falsehood.

          • HD on October 31, 2020 at 7:53 pm

            SteveM. I’m not sure what the socio-economic difficulties experienced by Germans given the transition from Communism to Democracy have to do with alleged statements by Charles Darwin on “…his deathbed.” Well, that is what the book you have indicated is a primary reference is about.

            SteveM, a primary source of a historical event given this example would be from somebody who was there at the time. A picture confirming they were there. Statutory declarations by second/ third parties, who were also there and privy to a conversation that confirm what was allegedly discussed. Not in the next room or another country a century and a half later.

            Ranting about creationism like the first fellow you have mentioned doesn’t add much in the way of credibility in general.

            I’m sure you recall Carl Sagan’s aphorism, “extraordinary claims…”(?). Well?

          • SteveM on November 1, 2020 at 9:05 am


            You should actually READ the book instead of just googling it and draw your “conclusion” from a superficial look at the cover. And at the same time be refering to “extraordinary claims”.

            HD, the relevant chapter starts at p 198 and is titled “evolution vs creation”. Further questions reg: the book can be addressed to the author on [email protected]. I`m sure he enjoys your perceptiveness.

            Thanks for explaining “primary sources”. Pls. present the primary sources that the universe, life and man were literally created as described in the Holy Scriptures. Of course you can`t…

            In order to benefit from such dialogues, one should give up the habit of assuming a supposedly higher moral and intellectual position.

          • HD on November 1, 2020 at 8:35 pm

            Hi SteveM,
            so I believe we have established a joint consensus that there is no evidence beyond reasonable doubt that Darwin said words to the effect of “my theory of evolution is bogus”. When he was dying or at any other time when he was not.

            Perhaps you could lift some quotes from the dead Germanic fellow’s ( or his mates’) book(s), suitably translated into English that somehow are evidence for anything other than evolution and creation are largely mutually exclusive concepts. All a”creationist” can argue to suggest the tentative relevance of creation is something to the effect of…

            “Evolution and the processes that govern it were created by God.”

            I will never understand why the part about humans being related to monkeys bothers people so much. People are also related to mushrooms, cacti and earth worms. I neither understand why the militant emotive intellectual need to personify a process distributed in space/time and manifesting in matter as an entity.

            I regret that the perpetually perpetuating, contemporary societal misrepresentation that biological evolution is a theory. That’s analogous to stating electromagnetism as literally, only a theory.

          • HD on November 1, 2020 at 8:40 pm

            Delete “that”, final para, first sentence.

          • SteveM on November 2, 2020 at 2:09 pm

            Hi HD,

            I have a book by Todd H. Rider in PDF format

            How German-Speaking Scientists and Engineers Invented the Modern World, And What We Can Learn from Them.

            3837 pages (no typo). If it is of interest to you, let me know. Electromagnetism is of course reality.

            I don’t mind per se that it’s about monkeys or the assertion that “man comes from Africa”. I am simply convinced that the world we live in is –
            in its way it is presented to us – some sort of a matrix: all decisive areas are faked by [insert your favourite conspiracy representative], mixed with some reality to make it harder to understand or for reasons of plausible deniability. Especially those things that are far behind in time.

            People who were born and raised in communist countries and today live again in a communist country (and were lied/are lied to basically 24x7x365) develop a sense that certain things – politically, historically and logically- are “not OK”. One doesn`t need sources for that. Maybe it´s the 8Hz Schumann frequency that connects us to mother earth.

          • HD on November 2, 2020 at 7:59 pm

            SteveM. That’s a lot of concepts to throw out in the one post.

            I don’t disagree it is a hard if not impossible task to discern what is actually going on and why. With respect to anything and everything in the realm of human conception. I rarely turn on the TV as what is on it, the lack or reason therein stresses me out. The particularly relevant ongoing corona absurdity highlighting the reality disconnect.

            I guess we were not designed to interact with more than what we can see, reach and reason about wrt individual, time based outcomes of possible solutions enacted with these biological tools for affecting/effecting the direct and immediate environment. Like all other life. Certain perspectives present this as a perpetual quest until death for electron motive force in the form of ionised hydrogen- to make proteins and sugars.

            The danger I see is the tendency/need (?) of individuals to generalise, simply and assign observed affect/effect to a singular cause or causal process. Be that the origin of life itself or the abstraction of a person/ group/ entity and correlation of subjective reality to he/she/them/it. Next thing it’s false flags, wars, gas chambers and the like to correct “imbalances” and “injustice”.

            I don’t know if there was ever a big difference between living subject to an authoritarian communist regime and an authoritarian democratic regime. Wherever you live the powers that be seem to work on convincing the populace that they have it good versus those people over there in that country. To the effect of: we’re the righteous chosen by “God” driven by altruism and progress toward a bright future. Whereas “they” are governed, whose actions dictated by “evil” and megalomaniacs intent on the immemorial enslavement of mankind.

            There’s only so many things that can be purchased with all that money and only so many years to live with which to do something with these proceeds. Why this (un)reality? I do not have an answer. It would though have to have an inhuman element and would not by the nature of the observed system benefit any particular human(s). That fit the description of the ones that live next door and within the same civilisation as you and I.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 29, 2020 at 6:10 am

      Greek word “cosmos” is both order in creation, and putting things in order. Cosmos vs. cosmetic.

      The same dual meaning is present in Old English:

      Simplifying words, by destroying their multiple meanings, is destroying the “koan” of complexity.

      What does ship, shape, sheep have in common? It is obviously a rebus.

  14. Robert Barricklow on October 27, 2020 at 12:23 pm

    I wonder which of the early Popes that was?[pictured skull]

    White Rabbit
    I’m late …

  15. Scot Cottage on October 27, 2020 at 12:22 pm

    Observations of a baby elongated skull from Brian Forester

    • Scot Cottage on October 27, 2020 at 12:26 pm

      correction of the name above to Brien Foerster

    • Scot Cottage on October 27, 2020 at 1:52 pm

      Also of interest some additional history including diapora & disease virus & small pox being the precursers of spanish hapsburg jesuit onslaught ..

      • zendogbreath on October 28, 2020 at 1:58 am

        Jared Diamond brought out such ideas in Guns Germs n Steel. Funny how he quieted down in Montana and went to work with energy companies.

  16. Melodi on October 27, 2020 at 12:03 pm

    My husband has noted the finding of elongated skulls among early Asian-Germanic people (or a similar area noted in the article) thought they look to be the result of cradle boarding – he even has an “ancestor” show up in one of his novels with the head elongation. I will ask him if he has the dates these are commonly found and see if they go a lot earlier than a couple of thousand years ago.

    That’s important if we are looking at even something as simple as a small “migration” of people (note even 40 years ago when I was in college, it was known that very old pottery of the same type was found in both Japan and a part of Peru where you fishing boat would wash up if you got caught in a bad storm).

    So people could have gone from Eurasia to Peru, that doesn’t explain extra skull capacity but it would fit with morphed skulls.

    Another suggestion might be that some “cradle boarding” on both sides of the Atlantic and possibly 18th dynasty Egypt were based on “memories” of people who looked like that without the use of cradle boarding.

    Sor of like folks in the South Pacific building reed airplanes and landing strips hoping to bring back the “Gods” aka American and British GI’s and their “goods/gifts.”

  17. Kaibosch on October 27, 2020 at 10:50 am

    I’m always wary of these ‘findings’ since there have been a number shown to be complete fabrications and this Paracas, Peru’ has 119(911) numerology (gematria) so I remain skeptical…

    In other more disturbing news, 80% of all 66 (eye roll) Central Banks are working on intro’ing a digital currency which they will offer directly to consumers thereby rendering irrelevant the sovereign fiscal power of governments. Result? Hyperinflation. They have been attempting to engineer inflation for some time with QE but failed since the QE typically remained within the financial system. But digital currencies will allow them to have direct control over the issuance of debt/spending and velocity and thus the potential for economic carnage is all too apparent. “DoubleLine: The Pandora’s Box Of Fed’s Digital Currency Will Ignite An “Inflationary Conflagration” “

  18. Kevin Ryan on October 27, 2020 at 10:21 am

    Greek mythology also tells of an original human that was male and female combined, and terrified the gods who then split them, creating man and woman. However, if we look at nature, we see the male-female differentiation in animals and some plants. Whether we look at Genesis, Greek myth, Sitchin’s writings, or the other myths referenced above, the recurring theme is that “gods” (some form of not-human being) were responsible for creating male and female humans as we know them. And as the somewhat androgenous Scarecrow might say, “Two Paracas skulls enter a bar. A regular comes over and grunts, introduces himself as homo erectus, grins and points at his turgid organ. One skull says to the other, ‘If we don’t create females with bigger brains, we are going to hear this half-witted crap forever. Sabe?”

  19. OrigensChild on October 27, 2020 at 10:01 am

    This one leads me speechless–and straight to one of my peculiar favorite “UFO” type films named: “Alien Mine”. The “Dracs” reproduced in hermaphroditic fashion asexually. Now I realize that “is” a stretch–but if the Talmudic and Sumerian texts are merged, it generates a rather curious picture of many “strange” anomalies in the human psyche and reproductive physiology. If the Anunnaki were hermaphroditic bisexually once their DNA was combined with early homo-sapiens you would have notion of gender differentiation in a hard sense. Now that I completely sawed the twig from the tree, and the tree has fallen while I remain suspended in mid air, I suppose you can rescue me with a ladder–if you are so inclined.

    • OrigensChild on October 27, 2020 at 12:46 pm

      “Enemy Mine”. Sorry. Typo.

  20. DanaThomas on October 27, 2020 at 7:04 am

    The control structures around research are breaking down. It’s a bit like turning around the Titanic, but as “gatekeepers” retire or are fired, their storytelling will increasingly prove to be even more absurd than the theories they try to “debunk”.

    • zendogbreath on October 28, 2020 at 1:53 am

      Fauci much?
      Heard how these paradigms are being protected in NZ and CANUKISTAN lately?

  21. anakephalaiosis on October 27, 2020 at 6:53 am


    Pope Nero-Caligula’s ontological narrative,
    is based on, that you’d better believe,
    otherwise his wicked mafia vice
    will shrink your head size,
    into a standard ape brain perspective.

  22. Foglamp on October 27, 2020 at 6:26 am

    IIRC, the Zulus have a tradition of a primordial androgynous ancestors in their culture, too.

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