Three-fingered mummies found in Peru are not human says scientist and may be aliens

Three-fingered mummies found in Peru are not human says scientist and may be aliens:

A SET of three-fingered “mummies” recently discovered in Peru are not human and could be aliens, a scientist has claimed.

A SET of three-fingered “mummies” recently discovered in Peru are not human and could be aliens, a scientist has claimed.

The Sun reports Professor Konstantin Korotkov, from the Russian National Research University, as saying the supposedly ancient remains are humanoid but not homo sapien.

Prof Korotkov has examined mummies found by colleagues in Nazca, Peru, which date back as far as 6500 years.

He told Sputnik News: “Each of the little mummies has two arms, two legs, a head, a pair of eyes and a mouth.

“Tomographic scans reveal their skeletons.

“The tissue has biological nature and their chemical composition indicates that they are humans.

“Their DNA features 23 pairs of chromosomes, just like we have.

“All the four of them are males, each with a Y-chromosome.

“They appear human but they are not.”

H/t reader kevin a.

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Mummified Head of Newborn Baby with Extremely Elongated Skull Found in Peru

Mummified Head of Newborn Baby with Extremely Elongated Skull Found in Peru:

The mummified elongated head of a newborn baby belonging to the ancient Paracas culture has been found in Peru. The finding is suggestive of a genetically elongated skull, since the process of artificial cranial deformation takes at least 6 months to produce the desired effect. Since more than 300 elongated skulls have been found over the years in Paracas, it is possible there was a race of people living there that were born with this curious feature.

H/t kevin a.

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Peru: 82 children die from intense cold

Peru – 82 children die from intense cold:

“Puno: 82 niños fallecen por el intenso frío,” reads the headline.

“Withering cold.”

With the temperature dropping to 20 ° below zero, a total of 82 children under five have died from pneumonia in different regions of Peru, said the latest Epidemiological Bulletin of the Ministry of Health (MoH).

The frigid weather has generated 42,200 cases of acute respiratory infections (ARI) in children, according to the Regional Health Authority (Diresa) of Ancash. 

http://ojo.pe/ciudad/82-ninos-fallecen-por-el-intenso-frio-223679/

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Killer cold in Peru

Killer cold in Peru:

In the town of Atuncoya in Buenavista, Puno, inhabitants do not remember a winter with frost as strong as this.

17 July 2016 – In Atuncoya and Cachipascana cold kills. Extreme cold in Puno. Temperatures reaching 15 degrees below zero.

  • 13 children under five have died in the Puno region from April to date.
  • 19 thousand hectares of crops have been ruined by hail and bitter cold.
  • More than 18,000 animals have died.

Juana Díaz Quispe collects manure of sheep and alpacas and uses it in her tiny kitchen of stones and adobe to keep the fire alive. She has no wood or coal. Nor electricity and gas.

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Cold kills 61.000 cattle in Peru

Cold kills 61.000 cattle in Peru:

Some 44.426 alpacas, 3902 llamas, 4370 sheep and 4183 cattle have died because of low temperatures, according to the Regional Directorate of Agriculture Puno.

Meanwhile, in Arequipa, about 5,000 alpacas have died since this cold period began in May this year, said Mirko Avendao, regional manager of Agriculture.

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State Of Emergency Declared In Parts Of Peru For Cold Temperatures

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State of emergency declared in parts of Peru for cold temperatures:

Cold afflicts people of high Andean zones

Imminent danger of low temperatures prompts state-of-emergency declaration for two districts in the Huancavelica region.

According to the Presidency of Council of Ministers, districts are Pilpichaca emergency declared – Huaytará and New Occoro – Huancavelica.

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Peru: Amazon Tribe Takes Government Officials Hostage Over Devastating Oil Spill

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“This oil spill has already resulted in severe and irreparable harm to the community lands of Mayuriaga and to our collective territory as a people.” (Photo: Reuters/Antonio Escalante )

Amazon Tribe Takes Government Officials Hostage Over Devastating Oil Spill:

An Indigenous community at the epicenter of the devastating oil spills in the Amazon has taken 8 hostages in an attempt to force the central government to pay attention to its plight

After learning that they would be excluded from an official state of emergency declared in the wake of two catastrophic oil spills in the Peruvian Amazon, members of the Wampis community of Mayuriaga stopped a helicopter from taking off late Sunday evening and held 8 officials hostage to force the government to respond to their desperate pleas for help.

More than a month after the spills devastated many Indigenous communities’ water supplies, there is little end in sight to the suffering of those most affected.

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As Rivers Run Black in Peru, Indigenous Tribes Left Cleaning Big Oil’s Disaster

H/t reader squodgy:

After the Chevron/Texaco Oil Pollution of tribal native lands, one would think a policy of care would prevail.

But no, the Rockefellers & Rothschilds are still at it, using their pet de-stabiliser the CIA.

Ecuadorian President Says The CIA Is Attempting To Overthrow His Government

Now it seems next door in Peru is fair game, this time with both Rockefeller’s Exxon owned Chevron & Rothschild owned Shell…

As Rivers Run Black in Peru, Indigenous Tribes Left Cleaning Big Oil’s Disaster

Exxon/Shell new motto….FUCK ‘EM ALL


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Indigenous people are struggling to clean up 3,000 barrels oil that have poured into the Chiriaco and Morona tributaries of the Amazon River. (Photo: Alessandro Currarino / El Comercio”)

As Rivers Run Black in Peru, Indigenous Tribes Left Cleaning Big Oil’s Disaster:

A disastrous spate of oil spills in the Peruvian Amazon have gone from bad to worse in recent days, leaving Indigenous tribes frantically trying to clean up the mess left by the nation’s state-owned oil company.

The catastrophic ruptures in Petroperu’s Northern Peruvian Pipeline occurred on January 25th and February 3rd and have threatened the water supply of nearly 10,000 indigenous people, says Amazon Watch.

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