❰Reading❯ ➷ Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia Author Brien Foerster – Tshirtforums.co.uk

Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia summary Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia , series Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia , book Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia , pdf Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia , Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia f5e69d9348 Cranial Deformation Of Human Skulls Was A Phenomenon That Existed On All Inhabited Continents, And Especially The Case AboutYears Ago Among The Elite Of Societies Nowhere Was It Prevalent Than It The Countries Now Known As Peru And Bolivia In This Book The Author Shows How Many Ancient South American Societies, Such As The Inca Had Elongated Heads, And That This Cultural Practice May Be Traced Back To Mysterious Ancestors With Very Complex Genetics Origins

10 thoughts on “Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia

  1. says:

    Nice book with many good quality photos and a wealth of information A quick, but unforgettable read Foerster is, without question, a worldwide authority on the subject matter of the book, and he takes a very level headed approach to the material and drawing distinctions between the artificially deformed skulls and the apparently natural elongated skulls Definitely a book worth reading and keeping in ones library.

  2. says:

    Well researchedAn evenly presented study of elongated skulls with a focus on the region of Peru The author made it abundantly clear that the majority of elongated skulls were artificially created through various binding methods on the skulls of young children However, especially upon mentioning how this practice is found in ancient cultures worldwide, the reader begins to wonder what, if anything, was the reason for this practice to begin with Perhaps in answer to this anticipated question, the author presents evidence of some of these elongated skulls being a genetic trait, not artificially induced in some cases The natural elongated skulls have features that could only have been a result of evolution, since they were consistently found in the natural skulls and would not have been a product of physical manipulation of children s skulls.This is where the trail of greatest interest began for this reader, but unfortunately this information was not presented until near the end of the book The author frequently shared his thinly vailed frustration over the typical lack of carbon dating and DNA testing associated with these finds both artificial and natural elongated skulls This appears to be an area deserving far scrutiny and study from main stream science than it is receiving at this time It is easy for some folks to imagine dark conspiracies hiding the facts of these matters from the light of day Me thinks it likely that fears of losing tenure and scientific standing are likely responsible for the lack of serious, and thorough study in this topic.Many people have hopped onto the ancestry DNA database websites to obtain information about their genetic heritage Some of us are similarly interested in knowing our very ancient roots, a bit further back in history Our intuition tells us that we are on the edge of discovering many fascinating facts about exactly who, and what, we are.

  3. says:

    This book is in desperate need of good editing There is plenty of good information about the occurrence of elongated skulls, and the peculiarities of them In fact that is its best feature, as a complete survey of the idea of altering skulls, especially in South America So glad the author doesn t just proclaim them evidence of the interference of extraterrestrials He does give credence to the hypothesis that there were much accomplished megalithic stone builders that preceded the Inca, and the Inca built many of their constructions on top of those of a predecessor His reference sources are both good and bad His references to information on the Internet are not always possible to follow You can t always judge their validity Sometimes he does not give sources for information that I would be interested to follow up There are lot of photographs and diagrams, but the author lapses into technical jargon occasionally that makes it hard to follow his points I needed to use a magnifying glass to read some of the diagrams Overall it give the reader plenty to think about.

  4. says:

    This is the 4th book by Mr Foerster that I ve read, and I had the great opportunity of interviewing him for an article I wrote in The Sociable about his Quadcopter, Wiracocha from being a generous man, he is a great researcher and doesn t make unwarranted, baseless claims His books, including this one, are relatively quick, yet engaging reads.He is conservative in his approach and is one of the very few people on this planet pushing for DNA testing on some of these elongated skulls Without the results, it s hard to draw conclusions about these skulls, and he points this out many times in the book.Now that some time has passed, and DNA testing has been done, I would love to see a followup.

  5. says:

    The author elaborates in relation to the currently available evidence which proves that in ancient times in South America used to exist other human strain which had an elongated skull by virtue of their genetic composition and not as a result of the ancient practice of skull deformation which is still observed in many primitive cultures around the world.I believe there is some truth to this phenomenon However, the author does not explain why they pretty much disappear from history all of a sudden I really recommend this book.

  6. says:

    Paracas peopleShort but interesting look at the evidence for an ancient race of people with naturally occurring elongated Skulls in Paracas, Peru.

  7. says:

    Boring That whole portion of the globe is just not very interesting.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *