by Mary Sutherland


from BurlintongNationalUFOCenter Website

Spanish version




Elohim, comes from Ellu, meaning “the Shining Ones.”


“Shining Ones” is an ambivalent term used for both the Nephilim and their first born. The “Shining Ones” are often depicted with horns on their heads. This was a symbol of wisdom, but also of rulership. This is why shamans, priests, and kings adopted the convention of wearing horns also, especially in the form of the crown.


This was to primarily indicate that they were descendants of either the Atlanteans or the Lemurians and were endowed with power.


Michelangelo sculpted Moses with horns (see below images) on his head to indicate his blood-bond to the ante-diluvian kings.





Horns, in Moses' time, were a symbol of authority and power. Many gods, including YHVH have been depicted as having them. Kings and holy men were shown sometimes with exaggerated crowns.


Another point of interest: Moses came down from the mountain with horns at the beginning of the astrological age of the Ram stating, "I am the ram of God!" coincidence?



Human Skull on Display in French Museum


Pursuit, 6:69-70, July 1973 Mysteries of the Unexplained, p. 39 1992

Human skulls with horns were discovered in a burial mound at Sayre, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, in the 1880's. Horny projections extended two inches above the eye-brows, and the skeletons were seven feet tall, but other than that were anatomically normal.


It was estimated that the bodies had been buried around A.D. 1200. The find was made by a reputable group of antiquarians, including the Pennsylvania state historian and dignitary of the Presbyterian Church (Dr. G.P. Donehoo) and two professors, A.B. Skinner, of the American Investigating Museum, and W.K.Morehead, of Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts. The bones were sent to the American Investigating Museum in Philadelphia, where they were later claimed to have been stolen and have never been seen again


New York
Giant, horned human skeletons unearthed just south of Elmira and Wellsville, NY

A 30 + year old male skeleton was unearthed in a mining area of the El Paso area. Skull had two small horns protruding from the forehead area. Witness of this was Texas Ranger investigating another murder case .



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Michaelangelo Buonarotti's Moses at the tomb of Julius II. Circa 1513. Note the horns on Moses' head



At one time the horns were purported to be signs of kingship.


Alexander the Great was also depicted with horns on some of his coins (click below left). Here we find a possible gene throw back. Picture of 80 year old woman that had horn surgically removed. (image below right)





If it is a gene throwback to alien descent, the only alien I could find that carries the horn is the Varginha EBE. In 1996 a UFO was believed to have crashed in Varginha, Brazil (images below left).


There were many witnesses, including 3 young girls walking home from work. They seen the entities, describing them as between 4 to 5 feet in height, making strange buzzing sound, similar to the sound of bees.





They had 3 rounded protuberances on top of their heads, like that of horns.


Oily brownish skin, big red eyes and a strong smell like that of ammonia. I think that is more aliens out there that do carry the horns and it could be that this particular EBE also inherited the gene from another alien race.


I will continue researching out the possibilities.



Ritual skull - South Africa
Hermitage Museum




India News

'Horn' grows on man's head
Shimla, Dec 22, 2003 (IANS)

from NewKerala Website

A villager in Himachal Pradesh is attracting a lot of curiosity for the "horn" growing at the back of his head.

"The horn-like growth is about three and a half inches long and started growing at the back of my head some six months ago," says Lekh Ram, 65, of Nalagarh village, some 100 km from here.

A newspaper even carried a picture of the man with the grey coloured "horn" jutting out from his head. Medical records say it is a very rare phenomenon.

The news has started attracting curious villagers from neighbouring villages. Uncomfortable at the attention, Ram ties a turban to hide the growth.

"Initially it was soft but it is now beginning to get harder," Balkrishan Sharma, a local reporter, told IANS.

It isn't clear whether Ram has shown himself to a doctor, but he appears to be healthy otherwise. A bachelor and a celibate, Ram has served in temples all his life.


He claims to have had several mystical experiences.