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  • New Lab Quote

    DNA Testing
    Following the success of our preliminary DNA tests, the lab has agreed to a dramatic reduction in their costs to complete this exciting research. Complete DNA testing can now be done on the Starchild for only $250,000 USD per year!


  • $25,000 Reward For Your Help

    We urgently need an adventurous investor to provide a minimum of $250,000 to begin complete genome analysis of the Starchild Skull. If you connect us to that investor, we will pay you a $25,000 finders fee. It's that simple! (T&C's apply.)


  • Clear Answers To Common Questions

    If you keep hearing about "hydrocephaly" or "morgellons" and think we maybe just forgot to check on these, think again! We've put together some clear guides to what makes the Starchild Skull different from the most commonly suggested deformities.

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The Starchild Project - Official Website

THE STARCHILD SKULL is a 900-year-old bone skull found in Mexico in the 1930s. The Starchild Project has been working with independent researchers attempting to determine what this unusual skull is since 1999. The results uncovered by the research team ruled out all known deformities, and presented the scientific community with a genetic and physical profile so diffferent from human that it could be a new species.

Ongoing DNA testing has already discovered a high percentage of unusual DNA, and the Project aims to recover the entire genome, which will allow experts to determine if the Starchild Skull is a new species. Eventually we hope that this Skull will assist in the development of scientific and medical advances.

The Starchild Project is staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers, and all research is conducted by independent labs and experts.


Poll: How should we spend our testing dollars?

I want new data, do less expensive tests like exploring the bone fibers - 13%
Only DNA can prove what it is, save up and do the DNA testing - 86.8%

Total votes: 800
The voting for this poll has ended on: June 1, 2014