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lickertwat:

Shit day so hello peeps

lickertwat:

Shit day so hello peeps

when youre at a concert does it suddenly hit you at random moments that the band are real people and not just pictures on the internet

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sexhaver:

this picture is a lot funnier if you imagine this seal’s mouth is the black line between its whiskers instead of the one under them

sexhaver:

this picture is a lot funnier if you imagine this seal’s mouth is the black line between its whiskers instead of the one under them

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Apr 5

THE STORY SO FAR - QUICKSAND (x)

THE STORY SO FAR - QUICKSAND (x)

Apr 5
sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

GENETIC EVIDENCE OF THE STARCHILD “ALIEN SKULL”
The Starchild skull was discovered in a mine tunnel in southwest Mexico in 1930. It was found buried alongside the normal skeleton of a human woman.
The Starchild skull differs greatly from human skulls in that:
it’s much larger and rounder, 
has oddly-shaped eye sockets
 has a brain capacity that is 200 cubic centimeters larger than a human adult’s
25 major differences between this skull and a human skull
Skeptics claim the skull is that of a child born with hydrocephalus (causes an abnormally large head due to the fluid pressure inside the skull bones)
However, it’s known that a mother and child share the same mitrochondrial DNA. 
DNA of the female skeleton belonged to haplogroup C. People from this DNA group were originally settled in Mongolia, Russia and Australia.
DNA of the Starchild skull shows indications of belonging to haplogroup A, which originated in Africa.
Just the fact that the skulls had different mitrochondrial DNA means they were not related and one could assume that the female skeleton was more of a guardian and not a biological mother.
This was 900 years ago. How did one “normal” human being and one “abnormal” human being, from two different areas of the world, manage to come together and end up in the same location half a world away?
While it’s not conclusive proof that the Starchild Skull is alien, it definitly brings up more questions. 
The leader of the Starchild Research Group, Lloyd Pye says he thinks the starchild may be a human-alien hybrid.
Ofcourse this is met with a lot of skepticism, the hydrocephalus theory is widely used to disprove his argument.  
SOURCE AND MORE INFORMATION: X
FOR MORE INTERESTING POSTS LIKE THIS: X

ALSO VISIT THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE STARCHILD PROJECT HERE:X

sorry for reblogging this (again) but I edited in some more information!

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

GENETIC EVIDENCE OF THE STARCHILD “ALIEN SKULL”

The Starchild skull was discovered in a mine tunnel in southwest Mexico in 1930. It was found buried alongside the normal skeleton of a human woman.

The Starchild skull differs greatly from human skulls in that:

  • it’s much larger and rounder,
  • has oddly-shaped eye sockets
  • has a brain capacity that is 200 cubic centimeters larger than a human adult’s
  • 25 major differences between this skull and a human skull

Skeptics claim the skull is that of a child born with hydrocephalus (causes an abnormally large head due to the fluid pressure inside the skull bones)

However, it’s known that a mother and child share the same mitrochondrial DNA. 

DNA of the female skeleton belonged to haplogroup C. People from this DNA group were originally settled in Mongolia, Russia and Australia.

DNA of the Starchild skull shows indications of belonging to haplogroup A, which originated in Africa.

Just the fact that the skulls had different mitrochondrial DNA means they were not related and one could assume that the female skeleton was more of a guardian and not a biological mother.

This was 900 years ago. How did one “normal” human being and one “abnormal” human being, from two different areas of the world, manage to come together and end up in the same location half a world away?

While it’s not conclusive proof that the Starchild Skull is alien, it definitly brings up more questions. 

The leader of the Starchild Research Group, Lloyd Pye says he thinks the starchild may be a human-alien hybrid.

Ofcourse this is met with a lot of skepticism, the hydrocephalus theory is widely used to disprove his argument.  

SOURCE AND MORE INFORMATION: X

FOR MORE INTERESTING POSTS LIKE THIS: X

ALSO VISIT THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE STARCHILD PROJECT HERE:X

sorry for reblogging this (again) but I edited in some more information!

Apr 5

ademonlikeyou:

sixpenceee:

According to the YouTube video where I got the gifs from: 

On December 17th 2008 four 17 year old boys were found dead in their car at an abandoned farm, 10 miles from their hometown. This video contains the unedited footage from the camera. 

You can watch the video here: X but this is what happened

The teenage boys, were driving around being like any other teenager. The first creepy thing they found was a dead rabbit, and the most weird thing was that it was perfectly preserved.

Next one of the boys gets out of the car, but runs back saying there was a man in a mask in the fields.

The boys are lost in the road and keep going around in circles. At first they were joking about it but towards the end they get genuinely scared.

Especially when they thought they finally found a way out, but it just led them back to the entrance of the tunnel. As seen by the 4th GIF, the road completely changes as soon as the lights went out.

The end of the video shows a masked man at the tunnel, running towards the car. The video ends, with one of the boys face being smashed against the video camera. 

I’ve tried to look into this, but I’ve found nothing so I doubt this is a true event. 

But wow, you definitly managed to creep me out. 

For more creepy/paranormal posts go here: X

Wait, I believe there’s an urban legend in Virginia/Maryland about a man who killed rabbits, apparently he had a plethora of dead rabbits and would hang them around the area that his next victim(s) was in. I believe it’s called the bunny man.

Apr 5

too-much-owl:

sixpenceee:

I don’t think religion and religious texts are to always blame, I think that sometimes people’s interpretation of it is 

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