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Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Postby wmfinck » Tue May 18, 2010 2:35 pm

Even if it is a hoax, it is pretty good! This is recreated from from http://www.weirdasianews.com/

Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Straight out of Ripley’s Believe It or Not, comes this true tale of a poor Chinese woman who has grown a horn resembling a goat’s on the left side of her head. She also appears to be growing another one on the right side.

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The woman, 100-year old Zhang Ruifnag from central China’s Henan Province, began growing the monstrosity, which started as a small lump on her forehead, last year. It is now six centimeters long (more than two inches).

“The horn started as a patch of thick, rough skin on the left side of her forehead. We didn’t pay too much attention to it at first, but as time went on it just grew and grew. And now there is something growing on the right side of her forehead and it seems quite possible that it’s another horn,” said her youngest son, 60-year-old Zhang Guozheng.

The horn causes no pain to the centenarian who has seven children, six boys and a girl, the eldest of which is 82 years old, and many grandchildren. Living in a very rural area and too poor to afford hospital care, her children are worried about their mother’s condition but comforted by the fact that she is in no pain and appears to enjoy a peaceful satisfying life.

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The condition is known as a cutaneous horn, which is an uncommon deformity. Composed of keratin, these horns usually develop in elderly adults, particularly those who have had a history of sun exposure. Still, a growth of this size is rare. In more than half of the cases, they are benign but they can be cancerous. The horns can be surgically removed but without treating their cause, they may return.

Life is indeed an enigma, as why on earth would a human being ever need a horn?

What do YOU think about this?
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Re: Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Postby matthewott » Tue May 18, 2010 4:48 pm

There have been at least a few well documented cases involving "humans" growing these horns...and not one of them was an Adamite! What can I say? This only further solidifies the Jacob Israel Two Seedline message.
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Re: Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Postby bamaman » Mon Jun 21, 2010 9:44 am

That lady is not human! I have never seen anything like that before. Spooky stuff.
I have also noticed it's hands are not human like, it's hands look like a beast's. I
have listened to the Two Seed Line archive and Mr. Bill, you are right on the money.
At first I thought you would have holes in your teaching, after listening to all the
ancient documentation you cited, I could not disprove you. Now I truly believe that
the two seed line doctrine is truth and very scriptural. Thank God, for people like
you Mr. William Finck, I would not have had a clue about how to go about digging
up all the research material that you have come up with. The most I knew how to
go about research was examining a concordance and reading up on Josephus and
Herodotus. I have truly learned something no preacher has ever dared to teach me.
I knew race mixing was a sin but I did not know it went all the way back to the garden
of Eden. My eyes are open now, I did already know that us Anglo-Saxons are indeed
Israelietes, but now I have more knowledge than I had before and now I can study the
bible and actually understand it better now knowing about the Two Seed Lines. It does
put things into a better perspective.

YAH Bless!
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Re: Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Postby matthewott » Tue Jun 22, 2010 1:17 am

It's wonderful to have you with us bamaman! Yahweh is awakening His chosen. Welcome, awakened kinsman of the flesh!
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Re: Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Postby bamaman » Wed Jun 23, 2010 11:03 pm

Thank you, Matthewott, nice to meet you.
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Re: Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Postby whiteceramicbowl » Thu Jul 29, 2010 5:33 pm

They do after all, call themselves people of the dragon.
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Re: Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Postby PILGRIM » Thu Jul 29, 2010 7:07 pm

Insect dna?

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Re: Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Postby bamaman » Mon Sep 13, 2010 3:08 am

The nose on the Chinese woman looks bridge-less, I believe they have negroid in them for sure.
The hands on the Chinese woman looks beastly, even without a horn she still looks like a beast.
I wonder how the fallen ones actually experimented with DNA manipulation? Just looking at the
other races makes one believe they are indeed aliens, maybe not from space but aliens indeed.
It is like a science experiment that went wrong and escaped from the lab. Now the world is full
of these beasts.
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Re: Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Postby TheAryanPathtoHELL » Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:07 pm

Below is from a medical Case study website ---> http://www.jmedicalcasereports.com/content/1/1/170

A cutaneous horn, or cornu cutaneum, is a dense hyperkeratotic conical projection of skin arising from an unusual cohesiveness of keratinized material. It resembles an animal horn grossly, but lacks a bony core, histologically consisting of concentric layers of cornified epithelial cells. Most have a yellow-white color, and may be straight or curved and twisted, and vary from a few millimeters to several centimeters in length. Cutaneous horns may arise from any part of the body, and only 30% arise from the face and scalp. They are thought to result from underlying benign, premalignant or malignant pathology, in 61.1%, 23.2% and 15.7% of cases respectively.

A sizeable number of people with cutaneous horns have been reported in the medical literature, almost entirely among Caucasians from Europe, with a few additional reports emanating from Turkey. The rarity of this condition in other races and regions is evidenced from the occasional reports from India (Asia) and Sudan (Africa). The report from Sudan was from the Arab North. There is no previous report in the English medical literature of cutaneous horns occurring in people from Sub-Saharan Africa. This may be the first such report involving a black African.

Bondeson presented an excellent review of cutaneous horns. In Europe these individuals were often treated with superstitious awe and many enterprising showmen made careers out of exhibiting people with cutaneous horns for money. Yu et al reported a series of 643 patients over a 10 year period, with 32 new patients annually, while Mencıa-Gutierrez et al. presented 48 patients in Spain with eyelid cutaneous horns over a similar period of time. Thus cutaneous horns may be considered a relatively common entity amongst Caucasian populations.
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Re: Chinese Woman Grows Horn on Head

Postby JamesTheJust » Wed Sep 15, 2010 9:13 pm

Funny thing about "doctor" Nthumbao of Kenya, he states that the majority of cases are Causcasian. Perhaps the little monkey doesn't know the difference between the majority of cases being researched and reported in Europe, versus the number of cases affecting CAUCASIANS?

Equally funny that you would give credance to a monkey doctor, when a search would quickly put this to rest -- that cases are indeed researched in the West, because the monkey doctors lack either the wherewithall or intelligence to do their own research -- or that they try to downplay the number of cases affecting non-whites due to their own prejudices and superstitions -- or that the cases of cutaneous affecting Caucasian do not result in HORNS, but rather sores and small mole like growths which are usually the result of over exposure to the sun.

Then there is the search for visual evidences provided by this monkey doctor and behold, type in "cutaneous horn in Europeans", "cutaneous horn in Whites" or "cutaneous horn in Caucasians" and you still come up with the same pictures of those who are CLEARLY NOT WHITE having this malady.

What is it with you Aryan? Are you REALLY an Aryan? Why are your trying to disparage the White race or drive divisions between our people?

Answer these questions and ANSWER THEM WELL!
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