Comparing skull types from mound builders of Europe and those in the Ohio Valley
The giant race that spread from the Bible Lands across Europe was a Neanderthal -Cro-Magnon Hybrid.
The following photographs will compare Bronze Age skulls from northern Europe with those found in the Ohio Valley burial mounds.
One of the Neanderthal skull traits that the giant race retained was the occipital bun. Occipital bun is a morphological term used to describe a prominent bulge, or projection, of the occipital bone at the back of the skull. The term is most often used in connection with scientific descriptions of classic Neanderthal crania. While common among many of mankind's ancestors, primarily robust relatives rather than gracile, the protrusion is relatively rare in modern Homo sapiens.
Bronze Age skulls from a burial mound in England shows that the giant race still retained an occipital bun from their Neaderthal heritage.
Mound builders skull on the left is from Ohio . Skull on the right is from an Early Bronze Age burial mound in England. Note the occipital bun. In addition to the occipital bone, the brow ridge, nasal notch, facial prognathism and chin are all identical.
Skulls diagrammed from burial mounds in Ohio with high foreheads and long chins. This flattened back the head is identical to the Dinaric skulls that are found across Europe and within the mounds around Stonehenge. The Dinaric where known to have been metal traders.