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Were the Pharaohs Extraterrestrials? The Elongated Skulls Depicted in Egyptian Artwork

Friday, December 20, 2013 0:58
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Large headed ETs depicted in Egyptian Artwork. Note also the oddly shaped stomachs that will also be evident in other Egyptian artwork below. 
This type of headpiece is obviously covering the large cranium of Neferneferuaten Nefertiti, the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten.

Egyptian and European archaeologists unearthed this statue of Amenhotep III, an ancient pharaoh who ruled Egypt some 3,400 years ago.      
A statue of the pharaoh Amen-em-hat III (1842-1795 BC.  
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King Tut also exhibited an elongated skull.

House Altar wih Akhenaten, Nefertiti and Three Daughters, all with elongated craniums. Note also the very alien appearing body types of these beings including the protruding stomachs. 
This particular piece may be the smoking gun that these individuals with elongated craniums did not bind their heads to achieve this look, as young children are depicted with large heads and it would seem it would take a longer period of time to shape a skull through the binding technique.


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  • Stevicus

    This stuff has been suppressed for so long now that nobody will believe its a historical reality but so many cone headed sculls have been found around the world that its pretty hard to deny..

    Rather than ET`s another theory goes that we were all cone heads in some distant past and the features were gradually lost over time either through excessive out breeding or through changing cycles. Some managed to preserve the feature through inbreeding but still some generational loss occurred and the head binding was a response to try to slow down or mimic the feature.

    Cone heads still exist today but only as bones, sculls, & Egyptian `art` work. I wonder what the baffoon `evolutionists` would make of them if they stopped pretending they dont exist and actually had a look …. most likely they still wouldnt see them because they`d have to stop selling their books and crack pot theories about ape men..

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