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Dogu statues

These Japanese Dogu statues were made by the Jorom people and dated to about 5000 BC. They can be found in the Japan Archaeological Collection of Tohoku University, Sendai. These statues are one of those anomalies that, if you really want to look with an open mind, will bring you volumes to read written by people who are convinced these are beings in pressurized suits and even those who believe they have "translated" the designs on them; they can be correlated to actual mechanical and technical equipment as we know it today. Tightly cuffed armbands, mouth filters, pressurized suits, eye wear to see in our atmosphere, shoulder pads, gloves, equipment?

For basic starters, the figures are wearing goggles which were unknown then. Not only are they goggles with a tiny slit in them, but we're talking some serious eyewear equipment here. Sitting on a face that doesn't really look very human. They have four fingers. Compared to the other statues/art made at this time, they are much more advanced and detailed.

The legends of the Jorom speaks about aerial battles, flying "dragons" and a host of modern things going on in their prehistoric world. Although huge numbers of these figures were dug up by archeologist in various stages of "detail" many were broken, seemingly on purpose. The theory is that local shamans would transfer pain and illness into the figure and then smash it, thereby 'releasing' the pain. This was commonly done during childbirth (yeah, I'm sure that helped...). Which doesn't clear anything up, really. Unless, as one person said, this race of beings started to die out here on Earth, and apparently didn't make it. Maybe all those broken statues were an attempt to purge the pain and demons as they died.

This headgear struck me as similar to
the "flame" hat one of the4 BC Iraqi reptile
statues wore

Center and right photos, Kyoto National Museum

 

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