The Incredible Mystery Behind the Sealand Skull
The Sealand Skull, dug up during the replacement of old sewer pipes, is a mysterious, creepy skull who’s origins are unknown. It was found in Olstykke on the Danish island Sealand. The skull is said to have originated from the Balkans, but it has also been held in Paris, France, and in Munich, Germany, before finally arriving in Denmark. In 2008, researches who examined the skull at the Veterinarian High School in Copenhagen concluded that “Although resembling a mammal, certain features make it impossible to fit the animal into Linnaean taxonomy”. In other words, it isn’t a mammal or human at all.
The Sealand Skull is about 1.5x larger than a male Homo sapiens skull. The most noticeable feature is, of course, its eye sockets. Its smooth surface signifies that the creature was adapted to cold climate, and its relative eye size suggests that it was either a night-dwelling creature, lived underground, or possibly even from a different galaxy. The planet it would inhabit would have had to orbit a remote or dim star- probably an orange or red dwarf.
It is noted that the star 51 Pegasi in the Pegasus constellation was the first Sun-like star known to have a planet. Planets orbiting the Pegasus star HR 8799 were the first to be directly imaged, and spectroscopic analysis of HD 209458 b, another planet in the constellation, has provided the first evidence of atmospheric water vapor beyond our solar system. Could the Sealand skull have originated from such a place?
If this is even remotely true, it is possible that further research may lead to the whereabouts of alien planets and artifacts! In order to conceal the secret behind its existence, someone hid the Sealand Skull for ages and then buried it. It has been said that a local member of l’Ordre Lux Pégasos (the Order of Pegasus’ Light) protected the skull, in addition to several other extraordinary objects that were said to have been made of unbreakable metals and ceramics.
It is plausible that l’Ordre Lux Pégasos still keeps such alien objects, as well as insights into their origin and purpose. Little is known about the order however, except that it was established around 1350 and that its members included many famous authors and poets such as Giovanni Boccaccio, William Shakespeare, Réne Descartes, Thomas Jefferson, Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Ambrose Bierce, Karin Boye, H.G. Wells, Julio Cortázar, Joseph Heller, Octavia Butler, Aleksandr Solsjenitsyn and Ahmed al-Baghdadi!
Why did the task of preserving strange and mysterious artifacts and fall upon an order solely consisting of writers? The very name of the order hints at one or more (alien) guests from the Pegasus constellation, who for some time lived among us and brought us vast knowledge and inspiration. The secrecy of the order, however, suggests that humanity is not yet ready to be subjected the incredible and mysterious Pegasian knowledge.