If you have been following the ongoing saga of L. A. Marzulli’s DNA analysis of elongated skulls from Paracas, Peru, you know that Marzulli had assembled a team of questionable experts to analyze the skulls and their supposed forensic anomalies. Over the past few weeks, he has interviewed his team’s anthropologist and medical doctor for his Acceleration Radio show. This week, the team chiropractor spoke out. But not before Marzulli gave his thoughts about UFO disclosure and why demons are currently working alongside space aliens in a U.S. government facility.
Marzulli said that he believes that Satan has created human-shaped meat suits that demons wear like a suit of clothes, and once ensconced in these vessels, they work alongside Grey aliens in Area 51, but can be distinguished from humans by their “jerky motions.” “And that’s what’s going on, in my opinion,” Marzulli said. “Can I prove that? No I can’t.”
At the 26:30 mark, Marzulli begins his interview of Dr. Malcolm Warren, an Atlanta-based chiropractor and a graduate of the Life Chiropractic College West who specializes in neck vertebrae. According to Marzulli, Warren has never examined any of the Paracas skulls in person and drew his conclusions from casts made from the skulls. Warren said that he had been following Marzulli’s work for a while before reaching out to offer his expertise in neck vertebrae. “I dedicate my life to the top two bones of the neck,” he said, and added that the foramen magnum, the hole in the skull where the vertebrae connect, is his favorite “hole.”
Warren has no expertise in archaeology, and he does not claim to have knowledge of expertise in head-binding or the morphological changes that result from it. As a result, he concurs with Marzulli’s two other so-called experts, who have mistakenly concluded the foramen magnum is father to the rear of the skull in the Paracas skulls than in normal humans. The mistake arose because they failed to account for the protrusion of the face during the head-binding process, causing their reference point for measurement in the palate to be pushed forward, rather than the foramen magnum being pushed back.
“It’s an odd thing!” Warren said. Warren added that he believes that the foramen magnum cannot be moved as a result of head-boarding or head-binding, and therefore the changes seen in the skull are genetic. He did not address the scholarly literature on cranial deformation, which records the specific changes to the location of the various holes and orifices in the skull that we see in the Paracas skulls. He spoke at length about the impossibility of putting pressure on the neck to cause a hole in the skull to change position, or the bone around it to move. Indeed, as he spoke it became quite evident that his frame of reference is entirely dependent on his own experiences as a chiropractor and his failure to consider the fact that the other features of the skull might move around the foramen magnum, without the hole changing position.
Because of this, Warren states his belief that the individuals with elongated skulls must have had “a longer neck” than normal people, perhaps with more vertebrae. Though he wasn’t sure about this, he was more confident that the individuals had thicker muscles to support the added stress caused by the elongated head.
Marzulli asked Warren why the skulls lack foramen ovales, necessary opening for important bits of anatomy needed to control the jaw. Warren said that he found extra “trenches” instead of the ovales. “I believe these trenches are their substitute for not having the foramen ovales,” he said. “What they’ve done is run all their plumbing up through there.” I find it difficult to accept this conclusion since Warren is basing his conclusions on a cast of the skull, and has not examined the real thing nor considered the effects of fossilization on the specimens. On one of the slides from Marzulli’s press conference about the skulls (above), indentations where the foramen ovales openings should be are clearly visible, and other openings in the skull appear to be partially or fully closed, enclosed with calcification or debris, etc. At first glance, it looks like an artifact of the fossilization process, and it would be incumbent on those who claim otherwise to (a) examine the actual skulls rather than copies and (b) explain why fossilization or other natural processes were not responsible, especially since archaeological literature records cases where such processes have specifically resulted in closure of the foramen ovales.
From this speculation, however, Warren believes he has worked out an elaborate “birth process” where by human women could have had sex with Fallen Angels and could have delivered babies with massive heads without dying in labor. He offers what sounds to me like a preposterous hypothesis that elongated skulls were able to fold over onto themselves and use an angular “bump” to create a ramp-like effect to propel the baby out of the birth canal. “Interesting,” Marzulli said in response. I will admit to not following the logistics of this very well.
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