An amazing archaeological discovery in Peru may be proof of alien life on Earth after a baby skeleton, with just 11 ribs and an elongated skull, was made available for serious and extensive study to international scientists for the first time.
The man behind the story is American scientist Brian Foerster, assistant director of the Paracas History Museum near Lima, Peru.
After years of studying ancient cultures and history, Foerster has turned his attention to the study of mysterious, ancient objects, technology and human remains unearthed in South America which have been either ignored by or unknown to modern science.
His latest, and possibly, most incredible find, is a largely intact skeleton of an infant with 11 ribs, an inordinately thickened neck and spinal column, and, most unusual, an elongated skull casing.
While elongation of the skull is not uncommon in ancient cultures, and still exists to this day, it’s very unusual to find the feature in an infant skeleton.
The process takes several years to achieve and no baby skeleton has ever been found which shows this kind of development at such an early age.
While Foerster stops short of openly stating the skeletal remains are actual evidence of alien life, it is implied throughout his work and may soon be a foregone conclusion after top scientists around the world converge in Paracas to study the remains, test the DNA and publish their findings later this year.
Theorists postulate the elongation practice by ancient humans was a way of emulating otherworldly visitors who imparted advanced technology upon extinct civilizations, paying tribute to their influence or an attempt to lure them back once they’d left for good.
No matter what, it’s sure to be an incredibly interesting, possibly history changing story.