Two mysterious skulls have been uncovered in a cave in Mount Bolshoi Tjach in Russia by a team of explorers led by the renowned scientist, Vladimir Melikov. These elongated skulls seem to form part of a mystery concerning another peculiar find in this particular region of the Caucuses.
A year ago, a briefcase was discovered by a local hermit bearing the emblem of a secret Nazi organization called the Ahnenerbe along with a German full-colour map of the region. Now people are wondering exactly how these unusual findings link together. Two mysterious skulls discovered in Russia may be connected to the Nazi’s alien quest Vladimir Melikov has said that he was completely startled by the discovery of the skulls which he did not believe were like anything previously discovered by human beings.
He said that while the facial features resembled that of a human, the eye sockets were particularly large and there were no cranial vaults or jaws. He said that he believed that he was dealing with the skull of an alien creature. It is known that the Nazis had a particular interest in this area of the Caucuses which is known for its high levels of natural radioactivity.
It is believed that one section of the Nazis found this area particularly fascinating, the Ahnenerbe – the group dedicated to the study and research of supernatural phenomenon. This group traveled all around the world looking for evidence of lost Aryan mythical artifacts under the auspices of one of the leading figures in the Nazi Party, Heinrich Himmler. He also had the individuals under his command investigate claims of occult powers and extra-terrestrial life.
It is believed that the search for aliens took the Ahnenerbe to this region of Russia. Perhaps it is the case that the discovery of these alien skulls strongly suggests that this clandestine Nazi order were successful in their quest to discover extra-terrestrial life. However, others who have examined the skulls have suggested that it is actually more likely that these were demons raised by the occultist Nazi researchers.