FW: Analysis of Starchild face sculpture

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2010-03-24 20:22:17

  From: Lloyd Pye Updates [mailto:lloyd@lloydpye.com] Sent: 24 March 2010 18:48To: ad.johnson@ntlworld….Subject: Analysis of Starchild face sculpture   Canadian friend Chris Murphy carried out a unique analysis of the Starchild skull from a perspective none of us have considered before now. Chris is one of the world’s best Sasquatch/Bigfoot researchers (I recommend his books highly), and he has created a comparison between a typical human face and the recent creation of the Starchild’s face by renowned forensic sculptor Bill Munn. This is the Starchild face seen in the “Lizard Monster” episode of MonsterQuest.        Chris Murphy divides faces into segments, or sections, which maintain certain fixed relationships between and among species. He points out that human eyes are normally in the center of a face, with equal distance from the top of the skull to the center of the eyes, and from the eyes down to the point of the chin. In the Starchild, the eyes are much lower than normal, creating a strong imbalance between the distance from the top of the head to the eyes, and from the eyes to the point of the chin. The chin is “off” by nearly an inch. (Though not visible here, the foramen magnum hole where the spine enters the skull is also shifted forward a full inch from the normal human position.)   To the right of the face in Chris’ analysis you see the percentage differences in the Starchild’s measurements and a typical human’s measurements. Remember, we are not talking about facial sizes here, we’re talking about the ratios of the various key landmarks on the face, which in humans are remarkably consistent. The Starchild’s are significantly different from those well-established norms.The biggest surprise is the placement of the ears. Chris said he doesn’t believe any human at any time in history (even deformed people) would have ears positioned that low on the skull. He explains that the tops of human ears are normally just above the eye line when you view a face “straight on,” but they do vary, and the top of small ears could indeed reach below this level. I can also add that the inner ears inside the Starchild’s ear canals (which in humans are a balancing mechanism) are twice the size of a typical adult’s inner ears. Chris concludes his analysis with this trenchant comment: The Starchild skull has the same sort of  “plan” as a human, but does not appear to follow “earthly” rules. If the Starchild was part human, as believed, then this would account for the plan.  If the other part was “non-human” (alien) then this would account for the “rule” differences.  Obviously, the “other part” was adapted to a different environment — one in which the rules were different because such were the best for the conditions.   Something to consider from another friend, Michael Cremo, which clearly illustrates what we all will soon be struggling against as we try to convince mainstream scientists to seriously consider the genetic evidence that proves the Starchild is indeed a “human-alien hybird.” Michael’s story is about the “Calaveras Skull” found in 1866 in California in what was supposed to be rocks dating from 2.4 to 5.4 million years ago, vastly longer than was (and still is) acceptable for humans. Dispute instantly swirled around that staggering date, and mainstream scientists were convinced it was a hoax. (Personally, I think it was most likely a hoax, too.) However, whether it was or wasn’t a hoax is not germain to the most cogent comment about it from William H. Holmes, at the time a ranking anthropologist at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington.   “If these forms are really of Tertiary origin,” Holmes said, “we have here one of the greatest marvels yet encountered by science; and perhaps if Professor Whitney had fully appreciated the story of human evolution as it is understood today, he would have hesitated to announce the conclusions formulated, notwithstanding the imposing array of testimony with which he was confronted.”  In other words, if the facts do not fit the (currently) favored theory, the facts, even an imposing array of them, must go.     Many of you say you enjoy the unusual links I sometimes post. My latest is this 11-minute film of a remarkable new “toy” built by Germans. I am confident something like this will have the best chance of hovering above known habitats of the various hominoids (Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yeti, Sedapa, etc.). With their relatively silent flight, extended height and fuel range, and payload of a camera in normal light or infrared at night, they can be an “eye in the sky” capable of observing hominoids and guiding well-coordinated pursuit teams to carry out a humane capture, tag, and release for extended study.   www.wimp.com/thehexa…     Lloyd Pye www.LloydPye.com
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