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TOPIC: Cranial Deformation

Cranial Deformation 23 Jun 2018 13:04 #1

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Who Imposed Tradition Of Elongated Skulls


French naturalist, Jean Louis Armand de Quatrefages de Bréau, writing in 1889, did not believe that the extraordinary similarities between the skulls could have come about autonomously or as a natural impulse of the human race and asserts that the evidence points to a worldwide culture in archaic times. Who were these people who imposed the tradition of cranial deformation on our ancestors? Survivors of the great flood as recorded in the Bible? Remnants of the Atlantian legacy? Or members of an extraterrestrial race? We do not have the answer to that question right now, but as more evidence is unearthed the true origin of this practice will be revealed
soulhealer.com/paracas-peru-elongated-skulls-not-the-only-ones/
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Why would different people throughout the world engage in this culture? Seems to me that people were trying a type of forced evolution and attempting to distance themselves from primates by further altering the head shape.

I wonder (a) how people would have learned to do this? (b) how it effects the brain function if at all? (c) perhaps more complex shapes could be used, i.e by wearing a tight crown of any given shape as an infant? (d) could the mind be manipulated by having an asymmetrical binding causing the hemispheres on the brain to be set off balance to an acute degree?
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Cranial Deformation 23 Jun 2018 14:11 #2

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Ive never read about how they go about deforming the cranium.

Some say they were attempting to emulate people who where like that naturally.. were the factory fitted coneheads of this world or something else :ponda:

Neanderthals had longer skulls too, but not longer foreheads or top of head apparently, it was below that where they seemed to be longer, if the mainstream skull pics presented to us are taken as factual.

Europeans didnt ever deform their skulls did they?
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Cranial Deformation 23 Jun 2018 14:24 #3

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Afaik they bind the skull of infants while it is still flexible due to the bone still not set to permit growth expansion etc....so it grows in the binded shape, also flat-boarding is used in some cultures so an infant's head is attached to a flat wooden board and develops a flat surface to the back of the head.

I'm not sure about Europe, nothing springs to mind off hand.

I read someplace that in some cultures the elongated head shape was performed by royalty, lol real big heads .
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Cranial Deformation 23 Jun 2018 21:01 #4

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It was a common practice in the pre-Columbian cultures here (yet not in all).

Frothy, I see you're (getting) into historical research. Good on you, keep it up.

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Cranial Deformation 23 Jun 2018 22:14 #5

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Frothy wrote:
Afaik they bind the skull of infants while it is still flexible due to the bone still not set to permit growth expansion etc....so it grows in the binded shape, also flat-boarding is used in some cultures so an infant's head is attached to a flat wooden board and develops a flat surface to the back of the head.

I'm not sure about Europe, nothing springs to mind off hand.

I read someplace that in some cultures the elongated head shape was performed by royalty, lol real big heads .

"The elongated skulls in the Carpathian Basin belonged to the Danube Basin group, which represented the third phase in the Eurasian expansion of the custom transmitted by the Huns from the east to the west. The study authors believe that the custom might have enhanced the social status of individuals and became of sign of ethnicity in central Europe.

“It is conceivable that the Germanic peoples adopted the habits of the Huns (including intentional cranial deformation) in the first place because they wanted to be integrated into the Hun Empire and adapt to the conquerors in the hope of subsistence and advance,” wrote the study authors.

While the study sheds new light on the custom of cranial deformation in Europe, and specifically Hungary, it is our opinion that the authors have not adequately explained why so many groups of people went to such a great effort to transform their skull shape. In order to uncover this answer, it is necessary to trace back to the most ancient origins of the custom. Were the first groups to modify their skulls emulating an elite group of people that came before them? If so, who?"

www.ancient-origins.net/news-evolution-human-origins/new-study-reveal-origins-elongated-skulls-carpathian-basin-001530
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Cranial Deformation 24 Jun 2018 11:25 #6

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Who indeed....



''this is what the ancestors looked like''...at about 13:50 on the video.
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Cranial Deformation 24 Jun 2018 11:50 #7

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Big brains... kinda...



Not the same thing but perhaps they are dropping hints.
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Cranial Deformation 25 Jun 2018 16:09 #8

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novum wrote:
Ive never read about how they go about deforming the cranium.

Some say they were attempting to emulate people who where like that naturally.. were the factory fitted coneheads of this world or something else :ponda:

Neanderthals had longer skulls too, but not longer foreheads or top of head apparently, it was below that where they seemed to be longer, if the mainstream skull pics presented to us are taken as factual.

Europeans didnt ever deform their skulls did they?

p.s. I don't think the comedy movie The Coneheads arose purely by chance, surely to make such theories seem silly?
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