Tuesday, May 17, 2016

England's Beaker People (Neanderthal Hybrid) Skulls Compared From Stonehenge and a Michigan Mound

England's Beaker People (Neanderthal Hybrid) Skulls Compared From Stonehenge and  a Michigan Mound


   The Skull from the mound near Stonehenge is compared with a skull from a burial mound in Michigan.  Both show the same "primitive" characteristics of a sloping forehead and a protruding brow ridge.  Photo from, "The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley."

Crania Britannica, 1865

At the Green Gate Hill Barrow 

  The skull was described as being brachycephalic, with a well-expanded forehead it well formed cranium. The cheek bones are prominent and the face broad from the direction of the malar bones. The abrupt prominences of the nose rising from the deep depression below the well marked frontal sinus, is a characteristic feature of this skull; the nasal index, however,is not to high. Another example of the ancient Brachycephalics of England is to be seen in the museum above referred to No. 297 described as having a deep nasal notch, receding external margins of the orbits, with prominent cheek bones and well formed jaws.


Upper Paleolithic type skull with "archaic" features of a protruding brow ridge and sloping forehead found in the Green Gate burial mound.  This same type of "archaic" skull has been associated with the Amorites who were the noted giants in the Bible.