A photo of an alien skull is circulating on the internet. According to a UFO community, this alien skull is thousands of years old. It is claimed that this is an inter-galactic extraterrestrial race called Naja Sapiens. Astral Citizens breaks the story.
“Someday, it will be revealed … soon,” she says.
Good news because we’re going to reveal the truth behind this photo.
We have searched deep for the roots of this photo and the first mention of this photo took place in December 2005 on the website worth1000.com, there where the story of the alien photo was born.
It is a contest to see who can make the best hoax.
Worth1000.com writes: “In this contest you will create a hoax archaeological discovery (i.e. Atlantis, a 2,000 year-old Coca-Cola can or a giant’s skull). Be open minded, there are many mysteries buried beneath the earth. The rules of this game are thus: You are to create an archaeological hoax. Your job is to show a picture of an archaeological discovery that looks so real, had it not appeared at Worth1000, people might have done a double take. As always, quality is a must. We will remove poor entries no matter how much we like you. You’ll have 48 hours for this contest, so make your submission count.”
The photo is a hoax. The original name that is given to this fake photo is the “Cobra Man Skull”.
The creator of the hoax writes the following fable: “Archaeological remains recently discovered in Egypt prove the existence in ancient times of a half-human, half-snake race of creatures. The specimen, dubbed the “Cobra Man”, is currently undergoing extensive analysis and scientists have named this reptilian race “Naja Sapiens” (“naja” denoting the cobra family of snakes). Experts say that the discovery of such a radically different race of humanoid creatures calls into question the very origins of mankind.”
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