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Laisrean
June 21st, 2005, 08:26 PM
http://ufocasebook.com/starchild.html (http://ufocasebook.com/starchild.html)


Just over 70 years ago, a young girl in Mexico wandered into a cave. She discovers a human female skeleton lying on the cave floor with a small skeletal hand sticking out of the dirt, grasping the arm of the skeleton.

The young girl began to dig.

"She found in a shallow grave another skeleton of a smaller being that she said was misshapen all over," says Lloyd Pye, the author and researcher for the Starchild Research Project.

It's this misshapen skeleton, of which only the skull remains, which has baffled scientists and researchers. "Who" and perhaps more importantly "what" was found in that Mexican cave? Pye believes it's a Starchild, or a human-alien hybrid, along with its mother or some sort of caretaker.

Pye adds, "When (the Starchild) died, she buried him, left his hand sticking up out of the ground, wrapped his hand around her arm and she committed suicide."

Pye says stories of Starchildren are common among ancient cultures. The stories say a being from the heavens comes to earth and impregnates a woman who is usually infertile. Then, the village raises the child until the being returns several years later to take the child with it. As far-fetched as this might sound, Pye has done everything to prove that this couldn't possibly be what he now believes that this is the remains of a real Starchild.

"There is nothing to account for it, because we've been through every book that we can find about human deformities and there's nothing like it."

Pye says all reasonable theories have been disproved. And that the symmetrical, but flattened head, the unusual position of the eye sockets and the unusually low bone density point to this skull as being genuine.

ShadowcatX
June 22nd, 2005, 12:13 AM
Have they tried carbon dating and DNA testing?

halfwaynowhere
June 22nd, 2005, 12:28 AM
http://starchild-uk.com (http://starchild-uk.com) has some pretty good info on this...

Phi
June 22nd, 2005, 12:13 PM
Are they sure the creature called star-child didn't reach up out of its grave and grab the woman's arm and wouldn't let her go? Mwahahaha:ahhhh:

Agaliha
June 17th, 2006, 12:22 AM
Here is a site with a lot of detail about this "Starchild" Skull, has pics too:
World Mysteries:StarChild (http://www.world-mysteries.com/sar_6.htm#The%20Starchild%20Project)
(from above link)
http://img83.imageshack.us/img83/2179/skullstarchild7tp.jpg
It's really weird...and interesting.
I mean, they were skulls that were perserved, you can't deny their oddness and condition....either there was a person with a horrific disease...or its not from here.
I wonder how much of it is hyped to create buzz with the StarSeed/StarChild thing.
I'd have to see the DNA results though.

Does anyone know of any other explainations for their condition-- more terrestial then some other theories?

ETA: Here's a DNA test report (http://www.starchildproject.com/SCSreport.PDF) (it's in PDF)...I have to read that later (it's a little technical, heh)
According to the site "the Starchild is 900 years old"
Interesting...

ETA2: From here: http://ufologie.net/htm/starchild.htm
"Genetic analysis has finally been made thanks to the funding gathered by Lloyd Pye. The analysis have revealed that this cranium is entirely human as for its genes."

And from Wikipedia:
"The skull appears to be of human origin and to come from a child suffering from hydrocephalus (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrocephalus). Recent DNA testing on the skull indicates a human origin."

Well that sums it up then.

mayu
June 17th, 2006, 05:30 AM
Pye says stories of Starchildren are common among ancient cultures. The stories say a being from the heavens comes to earth and impregnates a woman who is usually infertile. Then, the village raises the child until the being returns several years later to take the child with it.


this sounds like modern day missing foetus syndrome.

women have become pregnant when they are having trouble or are unable to conceive have a scan and then when they go for their other scan the baby has gone. i read about this in UFO magazine. scary stuff.

This is really interesting though, hope they come up with some proof.

Meadhbh
June 17th, 2006, 07:29 PM
this sounds like modern day missing foetus syndrome.

women have become pregnant when they are having trouble or are unable to conceive have a scan and then when they go for their other scan the baby has gone. i read about this in UFO magazine. scary stuff.

This is really interesting though, hope they come up with some proof.

I've heard about that. The really freaky thing what in the world would aliens hope to gain with cross breeding human/ alien hybrids. Thats what you really don't want to think about. I do wonder how the child got there and what it was doing there, and what the woman had to do with all this.

ValD
June 18th, 2006, 02:25 PM
"She found in a shallow grave another skeleton of a smaller being that she said was misshapen all over," says Lloyd Pye, the author and researcher for the Starchild Research Project.
It's this misshapen skeleton, of which only the skull remains, which has baffled scientists and researchers. "Who" and perhaps more importantly "what" was found in that Mexican cave? Pye believes it's a Starchild, or a human-alien hybrid, along with its mother or some sort of caretaker.
Pye adds, "When (the Starchild) died, she buried him, left his hand sticking up out of the ground, wrapped his hand around her arm and she committed suicide."
So, actually, there's only the skull as evidence of anything. All the rest of the story - misshapen skeleton, suicide, alien-human hybrid, "hand wrapped around arm" etc - is hearsay.
The DNA says the skull is human; the misshaping is identical to human cases of hydrocephaly. So where did the the stuff about aliens come from?

Agaliha
June 18th, 2006, 05:49 PM
I think the things about aliens came because the skull, if you use your imagination can look like a (stereo)typical depiction of a grey alien. On the Starchild website there are various artist interpretations-- seen here: http://www.starchildproject.com/artist.html

I think the mystery of it, the weirdness of it (the skull is very weird looking!) and the wish for proof of aliens all played a role in it.