the Starchild skull book
The Starchild skull mystery
2 May 2009

In the current issue of the Nexus Magazine there is an interesting article about the Starchild skull. Written by Lloyd Pye - a researcher and lecturer with over 30 years of experience in writing and speaking about the origins of life (humans and hominoids in particular) and alternative knowledge.

The Starchild skull is a very unusual humanoid skull which has been found around 1930 by a girl in a long-abandoned mine tunnel in Mexico. The skull has been dated to be 900 years old, and beyond its visible external anomalies has many unusual characteristics like very thin and light bone that is highly durable. These and other characteristics suggest that the skull could be of alien origin.

The only way to determine the Starchild's skull genetic heritage is through DNA analysis. So in 2003 a fragment of the skull has been cut out for the necessary DNA extraction procedures at Trace Genetics in Davis, California. The end result showed that the Starchild's mitochondrial DNA was easily recoverable and turned out to have a human mother. However, the lab could not recover the nuclear DNA, so a new recovery technique has been suggested which only recently became available. If all goes as planned the results are to be made available this year.

Personally I hope that the new DNA results will prove that the skull is a hybrid - alien father and human mother. Such discovery will be of enormous importance and will make it easier for the mainstream science to start taking "the little green men" more seriously.

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