Is This an Alien? Scientists Think It Could Be

Is Huayqui an alien? (Screenshot/YouTube)
Is Huayqui an alien? (Screenshot/YouTube)

Is this an alien skull and skeleton, or just another example of body modification that throughout history different people have done to themselves for a variety of reasons, e.g., when a boy becomes a man, tribal identification, or just because it looks good, to name just a few?

Huayqui Image: YouTube ScreenShot

The controversial Huayqui. (Screenshot/YouTube)

The most intriguing thing about this skull is that it still has its body attached to it. It is known as Huayqui (Inca Quechua for friend), and is located in a small museum about one hour south of Cusco, Peru. Renato Davila, anthropologist and director of the Andahuaylillas Museum, has been the caretaker of Huayqui ever since he found it discarded by grave robbers on a mountain nearby called Mount Viracochan, reported Hidden Inca Tours.

Huayqui Image: ScreenShot YouTube

Is Huayqui an alien? (Screenshot/YouTube)

But in an article from Shift Frequency, it states: “Renato told me that he found the remains while exploring the area which he described had a crater surrounded by meteorites. He said the bodies were intact except the left parietal bone of the Wyki, which was detached and later glued together for the exhibition. This skeleton had a skull and body with only legs missing. The size of this skeleton was about a foot and a half long with the head being the size of the body.”

Chris Walling is a Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Exeuctives, and is the expert on anatomy in this video:

Walling gives several examples why Huayqui’s skeletal structure is not consistent with a human one.

With that out of the way, things become interesting. let’s begin with the elongated head.

There are as many as 14 unique cranial shapes resulting from different methods of deformation.

Interview with Brien Foerster regarding preliminary DNA results on the Paracas Skulls (elongated skulls known as coneheads):

Artificial cranial deformation has been documented in nearly every corner of almost every continent, and may have begun 30,000 years ago. But the difference with the elongated “coneheads” is that the brain capacity itself is substantially greater, whereas with deformation of skulls, the only thing that changes is the shape of the skull, not the capacity.

A doctor and nurse give their impressions in this video:

Sergey Baranov said in an article for Shift Frequency: “While staring at these unusual pieces, we kept talking, expressing all kinds of wild theories. Renato’s thought was that Wyki (Huayqui) was an alien female who was inseminated by a human which resulted in an overwhelming pregnancy which simply exploded, killing both. It was a shocking theory at first, and yet not entirely impossible. Of course, I would have a hard time to imagine myself in the role of the inseminator, but my likes and taste might not be shared by ancient dwellers.”

Here are 2 doctors discussing their impressions:

Is this an alien? We have never seen deformity to this degree before, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. It also doesn’t mean that it’s not an alien. What do you think? Leave a comment and tell us what you think.

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