Nazca alien mummies have risen
A new documentary, broadcast by a History Channel platform, rescues the theory that the mummies of Nazca (Peru) are bodies of aliens. But the deformities of their skulls and body postures have a human explanation. Of course, the most sinister
In 2017, a team of alleged researchers claimed to have found three alien mummies in Nazca, Peru, a place that many have always linked to UFO apparitions. These mummies showed elongated skulls and only had three fingers on each. A “scientist” named Konstantin Korotkov carried out a study in which he tried to convince us that the mummies are authentic and belong to aliens.
The first conclusions of his alleged study did not seem very crazy (perhaps to try to justify what comes next). According to him, mummies (let’s go along with it and admit for a moment that they are not a simple fraud) are female, they lived around the fifth century of our era, and they have 23 pairs of chromosomes like us. But then he claimed that the internal distribution of its skeleton and organs is different from that of our species. And he concluded that they are humanoid specimens, the result of a mix between aliens and humans.
The problem is that the story doesn’t hold up anywhere. First, because the discoverers of this “momentous archaeological find” had already been involved in other frauds. And, second, because Korotkov’s curriculum is of rather dubious reliability. Korotkov assures that he is a professor at the Russian National Research University but at the university they deny that he ever belonged to the institution. In addition, he is known for manufacturing and selling cameras to photograph souls.
In short, and in case anyone had any doubts, this is the new chapter of a gross fraud that cannot convince anyone, except the most fanatical defenders of ufology.
Unearthing Nazca has been viewed 2.35 million times on YouTube alone
THE TRUTH ABOUT MUMMIES. WHY DO THEY HAVE THESE STRANGE POSITIONS AND SHAPES?
Since the launch of the Unearthing series in June by Gaia.com , a website specializing in “mindful media, yoga and more,” the teaser episode for Unearthing NazcaIt has been viewed 2.35 million times on YouTube alone. It begins with what at first appears to be a typical Peruvian mummy sitting, with her arms around her knees, like a child waiting for its father. Its head is elongated like those of other pre-Columbian mummies, whose societies artificially molded the skulls of their children to achieve ideals of beauty or represent group membership. Since then, he, Peruvian archaeologists are fed up with saying that the mummy is actually indigenous and Andean, and belongs to a real human individual who has been mutilated to look like an alien. And they fear that now they will have to fight fraud again. History Channel has premiered the documentary Momias de Nazca, A special program that investigates the origin of the fossils of three fingers mummies found in Peru in 2017 and analyzes s or alleged association with extraterrestrials.
WARP SKULLS AS AN AESTHETIC MODEL
These mummies are not the only ones with this strange deformity. Pedro Cieza de León, Pizarro’s companion and author of the Chronicle of Peru in 1553, relates the pre-Hispanic custom of certain South American peoples of practicing cranial deformations in children. Subsequently, there are very numerous investigations carried out by prestigious archaeologists that report the existence of different variants in deformation techniques. Three hundred and fifty-six mummies belonging to fourteen different cultural groups of the Andean regions have been found along 1,200 kilometers of coast, between the populations of Huacho in Peru and Arica in northern Chile that present deformities.
As Dr. Kauffmann Doig describes, mothers took care of their children’s skull deformity from the moment they were born. Their heads were girdled, something similar to what the gheisas did with their feet, so that the skull would grow deformed.
ELEVEN DIFFERENT ARTIFACTS HAVE BEEN FOUND THAT WERE USED TO DEFORM THE SKULL OF CHILDREN.
Contemporary to Paracas and the early Nazca, a new culture appeared in the north of Chile and south of Peru, characterized by its unique style of burial mounds, it is the Alto Ramírez cultural group. Some of these burial mounds housed up to five hundred bodies with high vault-type cranial deformations. From the grave goods found it is deduced that it could be the burials of invading warriors.
Why did they do it? Well, the answer to this question has been buried with them. The most applauded hypotheses are that they were looking for an aesthetic ideal, among the warriors, to appear taller and more intimidating, a trait that would distinguish them.
source: IFL Science.