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Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Jan 29, 2013 1:02 am

http://www.redorbit.com/news/science/1112754510/alien-like-skulls-unearthed-mexico-122712/

Archeologists have unearthed what looks like a cone-shaped alien skull from 1,000 years ago in Mexico.


...pendants, jewelry, and nose rings, too; the future is here?
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Postby yialousa1971 » Tue Jan 29, 2013 4:20 am

repulsewarrior wrote:http://www.redorbit.com/news/science/1112754510/alien-like-skulls-unearthed-mexico-122712/

Archeologists have unearthed what looks like a cone-shaped alien skull from 1,000 years ago in Mexico.


...pendants, jewelry, and nose rings, too; the future is here?


Head binding (Artificial cranial deformation). :roll:
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Re: aliens? ...or one mean headache.

Postby Schnauzer » Tue Jan 29, 2013 9:29 am

repulsewarrior wrote:http://www.redorbit.com/news/science/1112754510/alien-like-skulls-unearthed-mexico-122712/

Archeologists have unearthed what looks like a cone-shaped alien skull from 1,000 years ago in Mexico.


...pendants, jewelry, and nose rings, too; the future is here?



It has just been reported that the archaeologists have found the complete remains !, it would appear that the 'Skeleton' is clutching an ancient rolled up parchment in the right hand, forensic scientists are reportedly examining the possibilities of unravelling it and deciphering the script. :wink:
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Postby Schnauzer » Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:18 pm

Almost in tandem with the revelations surrounding the discovery of 'Richard 111's Remains' (and scientific confirmation of the validity of them), the SAME team of forensic investigators and archaeologists have made a extraordinarily startling new discovery whilst examining the skeletal remains in THIS case !.

The 'Parchment' which was clutched in the right hand of the ancient one, was very carefully removed and it was noticed that the rolled up document was bound by something similar to a 'Leather-like Thong'.

Naturally, the fragile condition of both the 'Parchment' and the 'Binding', demanded that both be handled with extreme caution and, whilst undertaking the task of ensuring that the demands of such handling were strictly adhered to, 'The Prof in Charge' (who must remain anonymous) made a startling discovery.

During the process of softening the 'Leather-like Binding', it was noticed that there was some 'Embossing' or 'Branding' on the main strap, it HAD been initially agreed that the 'Symbols' were probably connected to far earlier civilizations than were currently known to have inhabited the region in which the bones were found BUT, the latest developments reveal a most amazing fact.

ALL of the ancient 'Symbols' bear an uncannily remarkable resemblance to 'Greek Lettering' and the theory IS, that the 'Notation' (of six symbols) is possibly the 'Name' of the person whose remains were found.

As of yet, no further information is available, possibly due to the discovery of 'Richard 111's Bones' which will no doubt eclipse any other archaeological discoveries, nonetheless, there ARE many more interesting facts awaiting discovery and I intend to keep all you good folks informed of them.

The actual 'Parchment' is currently being subjected to various tests, it is very very fragile and has crumbled somewhat, however, a process of reviving the texture is about to be tried, perhaps we will learn much of the identity of our unknown friend AND the circumstances of his burial. :wink:
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Postby supporttheunderdog » Tue Feb 05, 2013 9:01 pm

hi Schnauzer can you post a link or otherwise provide details of the source of information in the above two posts?
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Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Feb 05, 2013 10:25 pm

...fascinating, what was a joke where i imagined shaping heads as a fashion statement we'll see in the future, has become a thread that is far more interesting; thank-you.
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Postby GreekIslandGirl » Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:03 pm

Schnauzer wrote:Almost in tandem with the revelations surrounding the discovery of 'Richard 111's Remains' (and scientific confirmation of the validity of them), the SAME team of forensic investigators and archaeologists have made a extraordinarily startling new discovery whilst examining the skeletal remains in THIS case !.

The 'Parchment' which was clutched in the right hand of the ancient one, was very carefully removed and it was noticed that the rolled up document was bound by something similar to a 'Leather-like Thong'.

Naturally, the fragile condition of both the 'Parchment' and the 'Binding', demanded that both be handled with extreme caution and, whilst undertaking the task of ensuring that the demands of such handling were strictly adhered to, 'The Prof in Charge' (who must remain anonymous) made a startling discovery.

During the process of softening the 'Leather-like Binding', it was noticed that there was some 'Embossing' or 'Branding' on the main strap, it HAD been initially agreed that the 'Symbols' were probably connected to far earlier civilizations than were currently known to have inhabited the region in which the bones were found BUT, the latest developments reveal a most amazing fact.

ALL of the ancient 'Symbols' bear an uncannily remarkable resemblance to 'Greek Lettering' and the theory IS, that the 'Notation' (of six symbols) is possibly the 'Name' of the person whose remains were found.

As of yet, no further information is available, possibly due to the discovery of 'Richard 111's Bones' which will no doubt eclipse any other archaeological discoveries, nonetheless, there ARE many more interesting facts awaiting discovery and I intend to keep all you good folks informed of them.

The actual 'Parchment' is currently being subjected to various tests, it is very very fragile and has crumbled somewhat, however, a process of reviving the texture is about to be tried, perhaps we will learn much of the identity of our unknown friend AND the circumstances of his burial. :wink:


Please, more tales from the Knight of the Garter ... :)
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Postby Schnauzer » Wed Feb 06, 2013 12:39 am

supporttheunderdog wrote:hi Schnauzer can you post a link or otherwise provide details of the source of information in the above two posts?


Regrettably I am unable to comply with your request ("supporttheunderdog), since it would be an infringement of the trust bestowed upon me by my 'Peers' and may create the false impression that 'I' may be privy to information which is not available to 'Lay Persons' PRIOR to general publication.

It is upon the strict understanding that I comply with the wishes of such 'Peers' that I am able to offer these small glances into the recent discoveries, were I to reveal their sources or identities before publication of the full facts, I would be in breach of their trust and I would not wish to expose myself to such a reproach., therefore, kindly have patience, the findings WILL be available when it is deemed appropriate by those who are currently examining this matter.


As and when further information is made available to ME, I will (having first received permission) pass it on to this forum, I MUST stress that the discoveries should not in anywise be attributed to ME personally (although I have recently been involved in some archaeological activities in the 'Yangon' area).

Hopefully I will soon be back in Cyprus, the indications are that I will first be sent to the UK....... "If the Good Lord lives to spare me". :wink:
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Re: aliens? ...or one mean headache.

Postby Schnauzer » Sat Feb 09, 2013 7:00 pm

Whereas one might expect a certain amount of disharmony among 'Politicians' ( or even more among those who feign WOULD be), it is quite extraordinary to discover that an enormous amount of such disharmony has recently permeated the 'Higher Echelon' of the world's leading 'Archaeological Institutions'.

Since the discovery of the remains of 'Richard 111' (and there are still those who dispute the evidence) all other items of interest in the field of archaeology have been placed on the 'Back Burner' of investigation.

Part of the reason for 'Doubting' the authenticity of the 'Royal Bones' could be attributed to the ridiculous claim which was made to lend value to it, in that a 'Stupid Statement' was concocted and released by an equally 'Stupid Spokesperson' that certain 'Mysterious Vibes' were felt as the said 'Spokesperson' walked over the very spot where his 'Humpty Backed Majesty' was interred,(excuse me for :lol: :lol: :lol: at such piffle) sadly such nonsense is too often foisted upon the intelligence of the unwary, it helps to preserve the 'The Royals' if they can convince others that they are somehow 'Special'.

Further to the study of the 'Mexican Skull' and the information ascribed to it, there seems to be a great deal of disagreement among those who are currently responsible for the scientific studies of every bone and artifact discovered in and around the site, the source of the disharmony seems to be a simple matter between an American 'Gaggle of Professors' (of Arizona State University) and their British counterparts (of Leicester University), who are unable to come to terms with differing views about the 'Lettering' which is more akin to the 'Greek' than any 'Cuneiform' alphabet, regardless of that which 'Carbon Dating' and various other scientific probes suggest/reveal.

The letter 'Φ' (phi) is THE most prominent BUT, what has REALLY captured the imagination of the British 'Gaggle' is the fact that there are signs that would suggest that both 'Upper' and 'Lower' case letters are likely to be revealed, this would be an astounding discovery and is possibly why the controversy exists.

The recent findings are still under very close wraps, it is still hoped that an actual 'Name' (to the remains) will be forthcoming, perhaps it may also be a 'King' (or some such) although nobody has (as of yet) experienced a 'Tremor up the Pussy' as they passed over the site BUT, we can all live in hope. :lol:
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Re: aliens? ...or one mean headache.

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Sat Feb 09, 2013 7:33 pm

I do believe the letter 'Φ' (the 'constant of curvature') is a surviving mathematical symbol; a remnant from the calculations of an early Greek, some say pre-Greek, scientist intent on working out the degree of convex/concave curvature found in lumbar lordosis and scoliosis - relative to that observed in dinosaurs, which taught humans bipedalism, don'tcha know? :D
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