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Thousands of cone-shaped skulls have been discovered the world over. Mainstream science is quick to explain these anomalies as being the result of a procedure known as "cranial binding", in which a person's head is tightly bound (usually from infancy) with cloth or leather straps throughout its lifetime, causing the skull to grow in this peculiar way. However, in most of the specimens there are no signs of forced compression leading to deformations normally caused by binding of the skull. If binding caused the deformities of the skull, there would have been deformities evident in the frontal region of the skull, which was not visible. Furthermore, binding of this kind would have also left a soft spot at the crown of the head, which was not apparent. Even assuming that these skulls were the result of cranial binding, what would have been the reason for doing this? Was it performed as a form of respect and tribute to their "gods" (extraterrestrial visitors) – something similar to "cargo cult" worship here on Earth? This could be one logical explanation considering this phenomenon was global in nature and none of the cultures were aware of each other. Other anomalous features of these elongated skulls include radiological studies indicating that brains contained within some of them were much larger than normal humans; others had six toes. 

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Originally posted 2017-12-17 18:59:47.