The human skull has 3 bones (plates) that comprise the spherical shape of the skull. They are the frontal bone, the parietal bone (left and right hemispheres) and the occipital bone. There are other smaller bones near the temples and cheeks including the temporal bone and zygomatic bone, but these are relatively the same in cone head skulls as they are in human skulls. The main difference in cone head skulls is the ones believed to be truly alien in origin have only two major skull bones. Others have four skull bones. In both cases, this differs from human skulls. This difference cannot be attributed to cranial deformation. Wrapping the skull at infancy to change its shape cannot change the genetic makeup of human skull bones. Again, this is a natural occurrence as directed by the being’s DNA.
Characteristics of real alien cone head skulls Cone Head Home
2 cranial plates are found consistently in alien cone head skulls.
3 cranial plates are found in human skulls throughout history.
Cone Head Skulls: Difference in Cranial Plates
The two skulls shown on the left are both from the same region of Peru from the time of the Incas. the differences in discoloration are due to the manner in which the skulls were kept for the past several hundred years. The one on the left is obviously human. the one on the right has cranial features not found in any humans ever recorded today or in the past.