Category Archives: Paracus Elongated Skull(Cone Heads)(Pre-Adamites)(Vatican wears Hats to Cover Conehead)

Pre-Adamite E.T.s Found In Antarctica Related To The Elongated Skulls Discovered Around The World? | Stillness in the Storm

 

(enerchi) Corey Goode of Spherebeingalliance.com recently tweeted an interesting story about a recent discovery of a massive ancient statue unearthed in Cairo, Egypt. The enormous 26 foot tall statue depicts “Ramses the Great” a pharaoh who ruled ancient Egypt from 1279 to 1213 BCE.

Corey hinted that statue shows a head of an elongated skull, suggesting that the pre-adamites bodies found in Antarctica may be part of these “elite” bloodlines.  As you may recall from research, elongated skulls have been found in Peru, Serbia, Bolivia, Africa, Egypt, to name a few.

Some people believe that elongated skulls are a deformity caused by wrapping the head in bandages from an early age.  As the child becomes older the skull shape changes and becomes elongated over time.  As this is true, one must ask why were these people wrapping their skulls?  Were they trying to mimic, the “elite” bloodline of these ancient astronauts who crash landed on earth and made a home in Antarctica?  Did these ancient pre-adamites, mate with humans and establish themselves around the world and become self proclaimed rulers and royals?…

Source: Pre-Adamite E.T.s Found In Antarctica Related To The Elongated Skulls Discovered Around The World? | Stillness in the Storm

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The most Fascinating Paracas Elongated Skull discovered to date » The Event Chronicle

One of the most fascinating ancient elongated skull has just been discovered.According to Brien Foerster over at hidden Inca Tours, the mummified head and partial neck of a baby from the Paracas culture of Peru is one of the most amazing elongated skulls discovered to date.  This mysterious skull has auburn hair color which is not the typical black color seen in Native American

Source: The most Fascinating Paracas Elongated Skull discovered to date » The Event Chronicle