Re: FW: Analysis of Starchild face sculpture

From: moontruth101

Date: 2010-03-26 12:23:31

sorry but I can’t get the links to work. — In Cognoscence@yahoogro…, “Andrew Johnson” wrote: > > > > _____ > > From: Lloyd Pye Updates [mailto:lloyd@…] > Sent: 24 March 2010 18:48 > To: ad.johnson@… > Subject: Analysis of Starchild face sculpture > > > > 1cc3be1d1fcf28/image/jpeg> > > > > > 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. > > > ae2e8b56270175/image/jpeg> > > 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. > > > > > Lloyd Pye > > > > > Starchild eBook: > > Starchild paperback book: > kCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0979388147> > > > Everything You Know Is Wrong: > %20you%20know%20is%20wrong> > > Mismatch (hi-tech spy thriller): > > > A Darker Shade of Red (football novel): > kCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0979388120> > > YouTube address: > > > > > > > > > > > > This message was sent from Lloyd Pye Updates to ad.johnson@… It > was sent from: Starchild Project, 329 Vinings Way Blvd. #9, Destin, FL > 32541. 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