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DNA Analysis of Paracas Elongated Skulls Released: Unknown To Any Human, Primate, or Animal

So, not human, primate or animal, huh. I don’t buy into this evolution non sence anyway. So, what could they be? This is my conclusion. “NEPHELIM” Very interesting post.

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PPPParacas 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…

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About Kathy

I am semi retired and had lots of free time on my hands. I still work part time as a bookkeeper at the little hardware store in our small town but I still had free time to fill so I became a blogger here at The Harley Factor. I also am a compulsive beader so I started a beading blog to show off my bead work call Compulsive Beading. As I have gotten older and mostly wiser I have become very opinionated on a lot of subjects and will share them with you from time to time when I can't keep my mouth shut. Kathy Sinclair

2 comments on “DNA Analysis of Paracas Elongated Skulls Released: Unknown To Any Human, Primate, or Animal

  1. If they can extract that DnA from those Nephilim than they can clone them again am I right

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