The crouched mummified body of a humanoid figure with an elongated skull and three fingers on each hand is certainly fascinating, but is it real?And if it is, what could it tell us about human history?However, an increasing amount of evidence suggests that there may be...
They number more than 300 and were found in a graveyard in Paracas, Peru. The reason for the shape of these skulls has long been debated, as have their origins.
DNA testing of the skulls placed their origins in Europe and the Middle East. Jesse, a Musculoskeletal Radiologist at the University of Colorado Hospital, told Gaia that it seems unlikely anyone made changes to the skull or hands to provide their unique appearance. There have to be some standards in any kind of journalism or publications would be full of unsuitable content. Some amateur You Tubers provided much more meaningful, concise, enlightening and relevant information on the topic.
We should keep an open mind yet stay apprehensive about jumping to conclusions on new discoveries, even if they seem incredible at first.
Jaime Maussan , an investigative journalist from Mexico, first introduced this find to Gaia filmmakers.
The museum is currently working with the hospital to...
In Mediterranean cuisine it is the symbol of summer and its origins are lost in the mists of time.
One of the lead scientists examining this case is Dr.
Konstantin Korotkov , a professor at Saint-Petersburg University. José de Jesús Zalce Benítez, Forensic expert at the National School of Medicine of Mexico, and Natalia Zaloznaja MD Ph D, Head of image analysis of the Medical Institute MIBS, also participated in the initial examinations.
After watching them, the only paradigm that shifted was my trust in Ancient Origins.