Jesus was a (short) Melonhead
|November 17, 2012||Posted by Koanic under Christianity, face reading|
The psych print is unmistakeable. He had an uncanny social facility, at one point walking through an angry crowd. He did what he wanted and no one dared intervene – whipping the moneychangers out of the temple. Women melted over him – she washed his feet with her hair. He ordered fishermen who’d never seen him before to follow, and they did. Not to mention all those supernatural abilities.
Either he was an original Melon, or some hominid we’ve never seen before.
The account of the virgin birth is textbook genetic engineering. Female ovum, alien DNA. That is how it’s done. We have the Indian legends of the Starchildren and a DNA tested skull to prove it. Human mitochondrial DNA, and alien chromosomes. Fully God and fully man. God’s only begotten son.
“Not a bone on his body will be broken.” How could that be prophesied? Because he had super dense, unbreakable bones, just like the Starchild. The kind that would make a dremel blade skip and bounce. Interwoven with tough fibers.
Below is the Shroud of Turin. Look at how his head is massive and comes to a high dome. He shows excellent facial testosterone and classic Nordic features. His eye sockets are shallow.
He looks like a big, muscular man with a big head to match. I was surprised to learn he’s only 5’7″.
He was the sort of alien who, when you kill him, vanishes with a burst of energy three days later. By contrast, the aliens that we know about leave behind bones, meaning they can be killed.
Based on the sort of blunt macro interventions the God of the Bible favors, and references to Satan as the “prince of the air”, and other stories indicating control of the Earth is contested, I wonder whether the power of the God of the Bible is in some way exercised through the Sun. That would supply sufficient juice to instigate extinction level events on Earth. Those who have studied magnetic reversals know that the Sun is boss.
It would certainly give new meaning to the phrase, “Let there be light.” Nor do I think science has matured sufficiently to rule out sentient stars.
However, given the supernatural nature of consciousness, I don’t think such a crudely materialist and local hypothesis is necessary. It seems much more likely that God is extra-dimensional. That would make blipping out of tombs easy-peasy, and barely singe the carpet.
There is the disturbing question of, if Jesus had a recognizably human shaped head, what the heck are those giant conehead things? But whatever they were, they could die, and Jesus couldn’t. So point goes to Jesus.
Oh, and as an addendum to the morphology post, facial stem cells:
Craniofacial development is linked to frontal brain development (the two processes make use of the same cell lineage: the neural crest). This is part of the reason facial symmetry is an honest signal of genetic health. It’s certainly not implausible that faces reflect personality, which likely has a large genetic component.
Depending on which genes were introduced via Neanderthal admixture, there may indeed be a characteristic Neanderthal temperament.
H/T to Spoos in August.