Characteristics of real alien cone head skulls Cone Head Home
A very strange and completely unique characteristic of cone head skulls is the existence of small two holes located on top posterior of the skull. These holes are usually near each other, one in what we would consider each hemisphere on the skull (right and left.) The purpose of these holes is not known. Some people speculate they are openings for nerve conduits between muscles and our nervous system, similar to those that exist in human skulls above our eye sockets (supraorbital foramen) and in our cheek bones (infraorbital foramen). Others suggest they are created artificially by a procedure that punctures the skull and inserts electrode connectors directly into the brain to facilitate the functioning of an attached apparatus of some sort. This would be consistent with our understanding of how electrical systems need to complete a circuit to function (a way in and out of the brain.) The fact that these holes vary in location from skull to skull suggests the artificial creation of them for a cerebral device may be a more likely explanation. Could this be why many so-called gods and rulers are shown wearing elaborate devices attached to their heads?
Cone Head Skulls: Two Small Holes
Two holes are found in the one pariatal lobe of cone head skulls. Some theorize they could have been surgically created after birth to allow for the attachment of head-worn technology.