Tue. May 21st, 2024

Male and Female Skull
Distinctive cranial gender disparities

One of the major differences in male and female anatomy is the human skull structure. When archeologists find human remains they can very quickly determinate gender from a cranium. The gender specific markers are most apparent in the general overall shape, eye-socket, forehead, cheek and jawbone.

Once we add hair, muscles, skin and (often) makeup these underlying features do however become less discernible. Additionally plastic surgery is often practiced where they can shave off bones and add silicon implants to mimic the form of bones. At this point we are of course no longer able to categorically recognize gender by the underlying bone structure alone or by focalizing on one of these specificities by themselves.

In Mushroom God’s video hereunder, there might not be enough image material to validate suspicion of EGI in the two cases of British Secretary of State Boris Johnson and former Prime Minister David Cameron. The video does however emphasize the very typical signs of a female skull and how it can be recognized very quickly from only a few profile pictures. There is more material on both figures from other researchers, but to demonstrate how female both these entities are in terms of head shape and underlying cranial features, Mushroom Gods really does an excellent job.. Sometimes short and simple trumps long and loud.

Mushroom Gods – 01:29 mm:ss
Boris Johnson and David Cameron are WOMEN

UNreal

By Unreal

North, East, West, South - our media encode, script and popularize stories that aim to control the general population. Information is not free or harmless - rather a controlled and refined weapon covertly used on our minds ever since its inception - and model - the Babel.

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