by Arjun Walia
February 12, 2014

from Collective-Evolution Website






Paracas is located in the Pisco Province in the Inca Region on the Southern coast of Peru.


Home of the ground breaking discovery in 1928 by Julio Tello of a massive graveyard containing tombs filled with the remains of individuals with elongated skulls, now known as the famous Paracas Skulls.

They are approximately 3000 years old, and initial DNA analysis of them has revealed that they may not have come from humans, but from a completely new species, according to Paracas Museum assistant director, researcher and author Brien Foerster.


Here is the apparent quote from the geneticist who did the testing.

"Whatever the sample labeled 3A has came from - it had mtDNA with mutations unknown in any human, primate or animal known so far.


The data are very sketchy though and a LOT of sequencing still needs to be done to recover the complete mtDNA sequence. But a few fragments I was able to sequence from this sample 3A indicate that if these mutations will hold we are dealing with a new human-like creature, very distant from Homo sapiens, Neanderthals and Denisovans.


I am not sure it will even fit into the known evolutionary tree.


The question is if they were so different, they could not interbreed with humans. Breeding within their small population. They may have degenerated due to inbreeding.


That would explain buried children - they were either low or not viable" 

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It's always been thought that the skulls were a result of cranial deformation, where the head is bound or flattened to achieve the shape.


Many authors state that the time period to perform this shaping was approximately 6 months to 3 years, but the practice is no longer performed, which makes it hard to really know.  


According to Foerster:

"From the doctors that I have spoken to, they have said that you can alter the shape of the skull but you cannot increase the size of the skull. The skull is genetically predetermined to have a certain volume." 

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What he is saying is that you can change the shape of the skull, but not the actual volume of it, the shape, but not the size.


This is why these skulls are such a mystery, because of their cranial volume, which in some cases is 2.5 times larger than a conventional human skull.


Again, it's well known that cranial deformation changes the shape of the skull, it's been done by ancient cultures before by binding the head between two pieces of wood, or binding in cloth, but this does not change the volume and cause elongation like we see with the Paracas skulls.

"As I have said, deformation can alter shape, but not the volume of bone material, and certainly not twice as much. We are dealing with 2 different phenomena: elongation through binding, and elongation via genetics.


The Paracas skulls are the largest found in the world, but from what root race stock would they have originated?


To suggest that natural elongation was the result of hydrocephaly or some other clinical condition is ridiculous, when one takes into account that at least 90 of them were found in 1928."


I would also like to quote author and historian Graham Hancock.

"I have grave doubts about stories presently doing the rounds on the internet, and apparently bought hook, line and sinker by many, making extravagant and premature claims about the implications of DNA testing on certain elongated skulls from Paracas in Peru.


We have no details of the lab that's done the testing, and even in the sensationalist reports that have been attracting so much attention it is emphasized that the findings are preliminary.


Let's wait until we see the findings themselves, rather than someone referring to them, and let's get more detailed results, before we get in the least bit excited. That being said, previously unknown species of human have been coming out of the woodwork recently (Denisovans, Homo Floresiensis) so who knows?


It's always good to keep an open mind but right now I fear this whole thing with the Paracas skulls is going to blow up into a great discredit to alternative history.


I do hope I am proved wrong." 


Forester has raised thousands of dollars so far for the initial DNA testing, but a full genome study to completely verify the theory would cost at least one hundred thousand dollars.


Juan Navarro, the owner and director of the Paracas History Museum allowed the taking of samples from 5 skulls.


The samples collected consisted of hair, tooth, skull and bone skin. Apparently, the process was documented via photos and video. The samples were given to the geneticist, who was not given any information about where they came from.


The implications of this are huge, regardless of what the final findings will be! We'll try and keep you updated.


Here is a full interview with Brien Foerster, and you can check out the sources for more information:







Hopefully more proof surfaces within the next few days, interesting story to say the least. I am very open to the possibility of the discovery of a new species, possibly extraterrestrial in origin, but there is still lots of work to be done.


I am also open to the possibility that they are human...














Initial DNA Results for the Testing of...

Peruvian Elongated Skulls

by Brien Foerster


from HiddenIncaTours Website





It has been a long and tiring process to try to get ancient elongated skulls from Peru DNA tested, as many of you know.


There are only 10 laboratories in the world that can do "next generation sequencing" which is the state of the art process of testing ancient DNA.


Your DNA, like the image above shows, is perfectly intact, thus is easy to test, and is cheap.


Ancient DNA, like the 800 to 2000 plus year old Peruvian ones that we wish to test are literally shredded into tiny segments, thus only the most up to date equipment can test them, AT ALL.


We are fortunate that 3 such labs have agreed to do the testing for us.


Frankly, it appears that virtually ALL academics believe that ALL of the Peruvian elongated skulls are the result of head binding, yet NONE as far as we can tell have ever DNA tested them.


Such facilities as mentioned earlier DO NOT exist in Peru. As well, there are NO radiocarbon labs in Peru.


As well, no academics as far as we can tell can explain why some of the skulls that still have hair are red or even blonde; the idea that this is from time or bleaching has NOW been disproven by 2 hair experts.


For the ancient Paracas people, at least, they had blonde to reddish hair that is 30% thinner than NATIVE American hair.


It is GENETIC..!


Of the two recent samples tested, one of small red hair fragments from a 2000 year old skull donated by Sr. Juan Navarro of the Paracas museum and sampled as well as packaged by a Peruvian archaeologist, and another from an 800 year old Peruvian skull that has been in the US for at least 75 years, the results were quite curious, and could change the history of migration to the Americas.


The hair from a Paracas culture baby showed a genotype which is found in people of European ancestry and the 800 year old skull showed possible ancestry from the Middle East.


Clearly, if these results hold, the history of the migration of people to the Americas is far more complex than we have been told previously. More testing is presently being done on 3 other individuals.

As regards an "alien" component or ancestry to the skulls, we may never know.


The DNA testing programs can only compare sample DNA with those that are known, and those are held in a huge database called Gentech in the US. Further testing with cooperation from Peruvian archaeologists and the Ministry of Culture are now ongoing.


These initial results are just that; initial.

All results as of June 15, 2016 it is shown in the below video called 'Watchers 10.'


Updates will be posted soon...



Watchers 10