Sid: My guest LA Marzulli I’m interviewing him on his brand new book just literally off the press “On the Trail of the Nephilim. If you recall the Nephilim were the fallen angels that cohabited with the daughters of man and produced hybrid race that unfortunately were giants and evil. Some of the things that LA has uncovered are absolutely amazing to me; tell me some of your research that you found in Peru.
LA: Well, the Peru research Sid was absolutely just mind blowing. The reason why we went there was we knew that we could find evidence of what we believe of course are Nephilim skulls because there are many private museums in Peru. And we zoned in on one of them, or zeroed in on one of these museums and I’ll never forget when we walked in and there in the display case were over 40 skulls just shown. And we were able to open the display case, handle them; photograph them, test them, measure them everything that you would want to do.
Sid: Now just out of curiosity something that looks so out of this world to me really is these skulls that are elongated they’re not like human skulls.
LA: There’s a process known as cradle head boarding or cranial deformation; cranial refers to the skull, cradle head boarding means that you’re taking an infant like less than one year old, six months old infant. And I’ve actually seen one of these devices which were used; they would place one of them on the front of the baby and in the rear and they would bind the head; and so as the child grows it shapes the skull into an elongated like a cone head type shape.
Sid: Is it sort of like the Japanese would wrap the feet and so that they would have real tiny… some Japanese women would have very tiny feet. Same principal, okay go ahead.
LA: And it’s the same idea they’re manipulating bone structure. Now when we were in Peru and we saw these skulls it became very apparent which ones were cradle head-boarded, or cranial head deformation deliberately done by human being to other human beings when they were very very small. What blew us away Sid were the skulls that we have and what we saw at the Paracas museum; these were cone head shapes or elongated type skulls. Now a little bit of back story is needed here and this is what differentiates these skulls from the normal human skull. All of us on this planet basically have four plates; okay four plates which comprise the human skull. They are frontal plate, the two parietal on the top of the skull and then the one in the rear called the occipital; frontal two parietal occipital one in the rear. Many of these skulls which we saw in Peru had only one parietal plate the stitching, or they’re called sutures, which hold these plates together are very evident; you can see them with the naked eye. And on all these skulls in Peru not all the ones but the ones that we believe are possibly are the Nephilim skulls. There is only one parietal plate; there should be a suture going down from the top of the frontal plate right in front of the skull and all of the way on the top of the head which goes back to the rear of the skull; that wasn’t there. Not even a trace of it; not even the faintest trace of it.
Sid: And so what is the explanation for that?
LA: The explanation is and that’s only one feature. The bones underneath the eyes which are called the zygomatic arch were very pronounced in many of these skulls. The upper jaw which is known as the maxilla again very pronounced; the lower jaw the mandible very very robust. These skulls had many anomalies, the nasal cavity for instance was a disaster area according to several medical doctors who looked at these things. On the top of the frontal plate right in the front there was sort of like a ridge the size of your little finger going all the way around it and you can’t make that from cradle head boarding; you can’t manipulate that. And the rear of the largest skull which we of course believe were the male skulls there was this heart shaped dome on the back of the top back of the skull. Again with only one parietal plate where there should be two. So these skulls were certainly anomalous and this where the red hair came from one of these skulls which again only had one parietal.
Sid: But what does this prove?
LA: Well, it proves that there’s some sort of genetic manipulation going on that’s what it proves and because the Paracas culture springs into being between 3000 and 3500 years ago it fits the timeline of the diaspora; of the people leaving, or these Nephilim tribes, leaving the promise land in the wake of the conquest.
Sid: Okay, but how do we not know this is just not part of what evolutionists call the evolutionary cycle and it sum’s between an ape and a man?
LA: We had these skulls examined by two medical doctors who told us unequivocally that these are not the skulls of apes or any other primates that they are human skulls but they are genetic differences in them. There are differences in these skulls and we believe that these are not completely human.
Sid: Now tell me some of the other things you found in Peru.
LA: Well, one of the places we went to was a place called Huatara and this was about 7,000 feet above sea level at the foot hills of the Andes. And where we went was absolutely in the middle of nowhere a little small town. In the area there was a Catholic church which was built over a very old existing structure. And when you’re in the church it’s very very dark hard to see but we saw this very complex megalithic stone work polygonal shaped, not one stone was identical to another; and yet the joinery was so perfect you could… no mortar was construction. You couldn’t put a human hair through it and when we walked outside the church around to the rear of church or the side of the church it became very evident that there was different builders that was here. That whatever this thing was there were trapezoidal shapes, the stonework was absolutely mind boggling, mind blowing how it was shaped. These stones are some of the weigh between 4 to 10 to 15 to 20 tons each. They’re placed there in a way that you’d be hard pressed to do it today. The stones were polygonal; what I mean by that many different sided and those cuts go all the way back six feet in that wall. So if you see angles of one stone, those angles traced that whole stone from beginning to the end they make up that wall. You could create it today Sid with the tools that we have but we’re talking giant saws to cut these things without any vibration in the saw and then somehow, you know it would be very very time consuming. And yet we see this structure 1000’s of years old and it begs the question who made them? And even more mysterious “How did they do that without the tools that we have in the modern age?”
Sid: And as we discussed earlier this week some of these stones are what 40 tons; how did they move them?
LA: Well, the stones and Saksaywaman and Cusco were the largest megalithic stones that we saw and some of these were as large as 120 tons. And remember the Saksaywaman is about 12,000 feet above sea level.
Sid: This is in Peru; go ahead.
LA: Peru. The quarry is 40 to 60 miles away and remember the Inca did not use the wheel so this begs a question, first of all how do we quarry these things at 2000 feet below the 12,000 foot level 40 miles away? And how the heck do we get them there and how do we shape them into these polygonal structures. And the photographs speak louder and show a person what we’re really looking at. Again in the modern age you might be able to do this but it would be so costly; and yet these stones are shaped, they’re mortarless there are no mortar at all they are 1000’s of years old. They are very very ancient, and no one knows where they came from, no one knows the builders and the building techniques have long ago been lost.
Sid: Tell me some of the more interesting things you found in the museums in Peru.
LA: Well again there are some museums where the elongated or the cone head type skull is able to be viewed. One in particular museum was the Ica Museum. This skull that was there, which we have photographs of, was found in the Chongo Necropolis and the Chongo Necropolis is right next door to Paracas, Peru. The Paracas museum may recall is where we were able to handle the skull. This Necropolis is seven miles it goes back into the desert seven miles; it was one of the most bleak places I’ve ever been. It’s like the Sahara it’s just desert and as your walking through this area the grave robbers for the last 500 years have been digging in this area and the place is strewn, it’s all private it’s private land. It’s strewn with mummy wrappings and human remains and pottery shard as far as the eye could see. It was the most bazaar place I’ve ever been in my life! And in the Chongos, the Chongos skull was in the Ica museum it was that of a male, one parietal plate; remember that was the plate on the top of the skull.
LA: Should be intersected with a suture from the frontal to the rear plate it’s not one parietal plate. Then on top of it it has this heart shaped mound which should not be there. So again going back to the cradle deformation, or cradle head-boarding, where they bind the infants head at a very young age obviously with material and begin to shape the head this is not what we’re looking at. I believe that is genetic manipulation by an outside source; that outside source being the fallen angels. These are in my opinion Nephilim.
Sid: Now let’s go back to our institution the Smithsonian; why wouldn’t the Smithsonian have this front and center they’d have people coming from all over the world to their museum?
LA: Well, I’ll tell you something Sid it’s really interesting when we went into Lima, and I’ll answer your question with this because it ties right into it. I went to Lima first and the reason why I went to Lima is I wanted to see the golden mummies which I knew were on display. These are 9 foot mummies, okay 9 footers; guess what Sid, they’re no longer there.
LA: They’ve been taken down.
LA: To add one thing to it we went to the National Museum where they have…where they used to have an entire room of elongated cranial deformation which we believe are Nephilim skulls cone head skulls. A whole room, that section of the museum boarded up, closed down under renovation been that way for 4 to 6 months. I asked the people “Where are the skulls? Oh we have them, we’re going to show them at some point in time.” The bottom line is this… the window is closing, and window is closing because it goes against the Darwinian paradigm. Which talks about the Baringian Lambridge the Bering Strait.
Sid: As far as I’m concerned your research really throws a monkey wrench in the whole evolution concoction.