In the 1930s, in a remote rural community 100 miles southwest of Chihuahua, Mexico, two unidentified bones were found: a complete human skeleton and a smaller malformed skeleton.
In late February 1999, the owners showed Pye the Starchild skull. So it was a particularly anomalous skull. At first, it was considered to be a rare inherited disorder.
The head was more symmetrical than the normal human skull. Surprisingly, each bone shaped like a human bone. Which way? Solving the puzzles of this strange skull became his task.
In the 1960s, her parents brought a teenage Mexican-American girl to meet relatives living in a remote farming town in southwestern Mexico. She was forbidden to visit any of the caves and passageways, just like the other teens, she left to explore.
The skeleton lay on the surface of the ground at the rear of a mine shaft. Underneath was a deformed skeletal hand intertwined with the upper arm of the human skeleton. The boy removed dirt from a shallow grave to expose a smaller, still malformed skeleton. She had no clear information about her malformations.
The girl rescued both skulls and kept them throughout her life. They were passed to an American man and five years later they were passed to an American couple who now have them.
the mysterious skull
The suture of the skull and the appearance of the teeth at death mean that the individual died around the age of 5 years. The mask is absent from the upper bridge of the nose to the foramen magnum, but the skull and much of both eye sockets remain preserved.
This skull remains in doubt because many features of its anatomy escape categorization as hereditary disorder, congenital deformity, or inflicted deformity (cranial binding).
It is believed to be Native American as the back of the skull experiences flattening as a result of being carried in infancy in a cradle frame. The age at death was around 25 years, plus or minus five. It is female as it is rather small and has other reduced reference points.
La deformación occipital del niño puede haber surgido del uso de la unión craneal por parte de las sociedades antiguas. Sin embargo, los ligamentos rara vez se estiran por debajo de las vértebras cervicales, ya que el cuello humano comienza en la parte posterior de la cabeza. Incluso cuando la cabeza se extrae quirúrgicamente, los huesos superiores se dividen permanentemente, lo que hace imposible crear una forma estable.
El cerebro del niño está bien suturado. Sin parche suave o distorsión. El ángulo inicial es marginalmente mayor que el espacio radiocarpiano original. Esto sugiere que una gran fuerza distinta de la unión puede haber inducido la severa deformación del occipital.
The shape of the skull is very close between the skeletons. They show a marked disparity in brain volume. Human brains are about 1,400 cubic centimeters (cc) in length. The human skull is thin and normal for a human. The child’s skull is 200 cc larger than the normal adult skull. If it had developed into an adult, the brain size would have grown to 1800 cc.
When a 200 cc improvement in brain capacity has emerged in an organism in human form, a new genus name must be given. Homo Erectus averages more than Homo Habilis; Homo Archaic averages more than Erectus; Neanderthal averages more than Archean. Therefore, this baby reflects a dark human-like creature.
A human skull weighs 2.2 pounds (lb). The adult skull weighs 1 kg., 13.4 ounces. With the maxillary fragment removed from the infant skull, it measures 13.5 ounces. The head weighs only about 7% of the adult skull, so it must be considerably lighter.
The child’s head is symmetrical (similarity on both sides). In certain cranial pathologies, there are variations of degree on each side of the brain. It is extremely unlikely that a skull of this shape would have such clear mirror symmetry.
CT scans reveal that none of the sutures between the bones of the boy’s skull have healed. Both cases of congenital defects show a degree of premature closure of the suture. This raises the likelihood that the child’s head is the product of a congenital disorder. It has progressively evolved into its current form.
Humans have recessed eye sockets with optic nerves and optic fissures that are located in the inner quadrant of the cone. The child’s eye sockets have a narrow scalloped shape with optic nerves and optic fissures relocated to the inner bottom. Both sockets are designed with extremely fine details that cannot be made clear in any way other than architecture.
The orbital shape and diameter of the eyeball are also different. The adult is vaguely rectangular in shape, while the baby is an inverted rectangle. Adults are usually blunt near the end of the rectangle. The children’s figures have easily definable sides.
There are ear canals on all sides of the child’s skull. The ears look average in shape and scale, but a CT scan showed them to be wider and wider than normal human inner ears. There is no way of knowing if a real ear was present.
the foramen magnum
The foramen magnum is the hole where the spinal column joins the brain. The foramen is positioned just behind the middle of the occipital face to balance it with the hollow-filled face.
Comprehensive skull reconstruction has allowed the child’s foramen magnum to be moved to a central point allowing for greater alignment between the back of the brain and the ears.
The human neck attachments begin at the hairline and extend in a semicircle reaching just below the ears and converging at the foramen magnum. The typical diameter of the foramen varies from 5 to 6 centimeters.
The foramen has been somewhat concave, although the inion has grown about 3 cm through the child’s skull. This dramatic improvement indicates that the collar protecting the child’s head would have been 1/2 to 1/3 of the standard. Thin-necked aliens and their variants have long been considered the hallmark of some alien forms.
The jaw is as diminished as the part of the jaw where the chewing muscles are formed. When chewing, the muscles are often used to attach and hold the lower part of the face to the skull.
Depending on the limited region of the mouth that the jaw muscles must have had, it would be quite difficult to move them.
Abductees and contactees say aliens are conducting genetic tests that create hybrids of themselves and humans.
The finds are consistently characterized as looking human, with a somewhat larger face and a lower lip supported by a large head. There is a slightly shorter neck that easily fits a medium height head. The ears appear much smaller and minute or absent.
Gray eyes are depicted as black teardrop shapes that are consistently horizontal around the center of the forehead. If the wide orbs are actually eyes, it is argued against the child’s eyes being connected to them.
Alien bodies usually have gray eyes before the doctor picks them up and reveals them to be really black, adjustable covers like contact lenses or sunglasses.
The pupils were round and black with mu