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This 900-Year-Old Skull Found In The Desert Is Making Scientists Question Everything

In the “30s, a teenage girl found a mysterious skull by her home in Mexico. When she returned to collect the rest of the skeleton, she found that it was washed away in a flood.

The skull was passed on to author and paranormal researcher, Lloyd Pye, sixty years later. He noticed the skull had certain traits that no humans posses. For instance, the brain area is enlarged. There”s also the fact that that the skull is somehow lighter and stronger than a normal human skull. Thus began the Starchild Project, a research project dedicated to finding the origins of this ancient head, be it human or alien.

Pye sighted a lot of strange physical characteristics, to point where the skull might possibly be of alien origin. The sunken eyes, for example, suggest to Pye that the skull had once traveled in zero gravity.

Pye sighted a lot of strange physical characteristics, to point where the skull might possibly be of alien origin. The sunken eyes, for example, suggest to Pye that the skull had once traveled in zero gravity.

In addition to the 900-year-old skull being 30% larger than a normal human”s, the inner ear is also much larger. It suggests the skull is capable of hearing otherworldly, high frequency sounds.

In addition to the 900-year-old skull being 30% larger than a normal human

During Pye”s DNA testing, he concluded that the genes of this skull had 56 variations from that of a human”s. This is odd, as even monkeys only have 2.

During Pye

A second-party lab in Vancouver concluded that the skull could be actually human, possibly related to early Native Americans. The only explanation they have for the increased head size is a rare disease called hydrocephalus, which causes similar swelling of the skull.

A second-party lab in Vancouver concluded that the skull could be actually human, possibly related to early Native Americans. The only explanation they have for the increased head size is a rare disease called hydrocephalus, which causes similar swelling of the skull.

The Starchild Skull is still a fascinating discovery and presents an interesting theory on extraterrestrial beings. Lloyd Pye died in 2013, but his research project continues without him. If you want to learn more about The Starchild Project, visit their website and donate to the cause.