Friday, August 12, 2011
No, I don't think he was. That skull is not Homo Sapiens.
I don't believe in aliens or UFOs. That's not what I think this is.
I think there was a race of masters with heads shaped like the Tut. King Tut may have been the last of this line when he died.
I have gathered there were four different hominids in the last million years.
1. The rulers. Skulls like Tuts. Big elongated melons, huge brains. Limited mammalian characteristics, very cruel and domineering. They appear in carvings all over the world in every culture, always depicted as the masters. Skulls of them found all over South America, Africa and Asia.
2. The Neanderthals. Mousterian peoples. A tightly knit xenophobic race that was very inventive, creative and highly intelligent which was tolerated to live wild in a pastoral setting until it became obvious they could pose a threat to the big heads just by existing. Too bright for their own good. A product of cold weather climates. The Amuds were the last of their breed. Monogamists.
3. Homo Sapiens. Slave races made from Neanderthal starter genes but designed to be incapable of harming their masters. They survived the destruction of most of the ruling race and eventually destroyed their genetic root stock in the Neanderthals, literally committing patricide. Vicious, mindless, relentlessly aggressive. Where any intelligence appears amongst them it is a result of hybridization with Neanderthal women. Very promiscuous and profligate. Polygamists at best.
4. Cro-Magnons. Freakish gigantism offshoot of Homo Sapiens which lasted briefly and then was subsumed into their race in small numbers.
The real question for me is ... how much surviving stock do we see today which has some remnant of these four races? All of them? Two or more? A puzzler. Some people are convoluted mixes of possibly all four sets of genes.