Conehead Mummies and Egyptian Hieroglyphs

Photo by: Justin Martin

The data about the cone head skulls found near the town of Ica, Peru is incomplete, and that makes the correct assessment of their age, origin, and context with other hominids uncertain.  I visited the Ica musuem and viewed the mummies to find them very peculiar and a bit of a mystery.  Some of the skulls are very distinct, and some suggest that they belong to a different species, remotely similar to the genus Homo. The size, formation, and elongated shape of the cranium are unique.

The frontal part of the skull appears consistent with the pre-Neanderthal family, but the lower jaw has a modern shape and characteristics.  The shape of the cranium does not have any comparison with the Erectus, Neanderthal types, or modern human type skulls. Some minor Neanderthal characteristics are present, the occipital ridge on the bottom back of the skull and the flattened bottom of the cranium, but other characteristics point more towards Homo Erectus. The angle of the cranial bottom is unusual and could have been deformed as part of a ritual.   Due to the alignment with the lower jaw, it is less likely that the skull was deformed with such symmetry, so it appears that the skull belongs to a representative of an unknown premodern human or humanoid type.

According to the orthodox anthropology, this skull simply does not exist as a premodern human type on the South American continent, as part of the global historical record consistent with the find.  The generally accepted oldest date of appearance of humans in North America is about 35000 BCE and much later for South America. The only accepted human types entering the continent are of the modern anatomy. There are some other sources that place all types of human genus in both Americas at much earlier dates based on numerous anomalous finds that are not acknowledged in the official record.
Interestingly, hieroglyphics in Egypt also depict images of similar humanoid types with deformed skulls.  In the below picture, the hieroglyphs depict a story of Egyptian Gods.  Notice both images have elongated skulls.

Many scientists have not explored these out of place artifacts due to the difficulty in proposing theories outside of the accepted records, but it cannot be denied that there is an interesting connection between the mummies and images in the hieroglyphs.  It would be remarkable to establish the existence of an older humanoid species that spanned the continents of Africa and South America, and possibly other locations that have not been disclosed.

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