Saturday, May 21, 2016

Nephilim Hybrid With a Double Row of Teeth Uncovered in a Louisiana Burial Mound

Nephilim Hybrid With a Double Row of Teeth Uncovered in a Louisiana Burial Mound



Publications Louisiana Historical Society Vol., I, 1901
The Mounds of Lousiana by Prof. George Beyer
The Larto Group


     The formation of the skulls found in the Lartro mounds, as  compared with those of the other localities, is highly anomalous. I  have given an illustration of one which, with the exception of the 
facial bones is nearly perfect. The approach to the Neanderthal skull  is in this instance even closer than the one Dr. Foster outlines for comparison, which, according to that author, was exhumed by Dr. 
Campbell from a mound opposite Dunleith, Illinois. Our Indians of  to-day possess a formation of skull which can in no way compare with those under consideration.  
      Quite a sensation was created by  the fact that part of the skull (frontal bone) was found which measured actually 7/8 of an inch in thickness. Upon further search I  found other portions of the same skull of corresponding thickness.
       In the same line of abnormality was the finding of one of one skull in which the dentition reached the unusual number of forty teeth, the increase consisting of eight additional incisors