Teresa Giudice’s Low Hairline and Forehead. One Scientist Believes She is a Primitive Human Species
“I believe, after careful study of her head shape and her mental acumen, that Teresa Giudice is a primitive human species and that her acceptable face is only made possible by the fact that she has been trained to keep clean and to wear makeup and pass as a modern human. [Anthony LaVista MD PhD. Anthroplogical Physician and Geneticist]
The “REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW JERSEY” star Teresa Giudice recently had a meltdown while undergoing therapy on the reality show where she is featured as the table-throwing maniac with no discernible forehead. Oddly enough, Teresa’s low hairline and her lack of an actual forehead, are the most probable cause of her mental instability. Closer pics of hairline: Down forehead TG
According to an Anthropological Physician in Rome, Dr. Anthony LaVista MD PhD, “Viewers are gradually tuning out Teresa and her show because her low forehead, or lack of a forehead, is causing some people to get physically sick or frightened. It’s natural for a child to look at a human face and be frightened because of makeup or a menacing facial gesture, but Teresa Giudice’s low forehead and small brain capacity strikes at the inner instincts of the human brain. The average person notes that Teresa has a strange and oddly low hairline but they don’t realize that this feature is what’s turning them away from her — and it’s also what causes her to be emotionally strange and unpredictable.”
Dr. LaVista continued:
“The shape of Teresa Giudice’s head and her brow, coupled with the low hairline, shows that Teresa’s fetal development was probably influenced by the genes of ancient pre Homo Sapiens and I would not hesitate to perhaps wonder if the ancient DNA of a Cro- Magnon or even a Neanderthal strain has been resurrected in her in spite of the fact that she is the child of what appear to be modern human parents.”
Dr. La Vista has been studying human development for nearly four decades and in that time he says that he has never seen someone so obviously primordial or almost Neanderthal as Teresa Giudice.
“It’s not out of the question. Recently in England, a black African couple had a white baby simply because the genetic information — the one in a billion chance — actually arose and the baby was born white. It was not a case of an Albino being produced by a black couple. The child was and is Caucasian. This could very well be the case with Teresa Giudice. Ancient genes — buried for eons — could have been called upon at that moment when the sperm and egg started exchanging genetic information. The odds of ancient and/or primitive DNA being brought back to life in human form, while outrageously rare, can happen.
“I believe, after careful study of her head shape and her mental acumen, that Teresa Giudice is a primitive human species and that her acceptable face is only made possible by the fact that she has been trained to keep clean and to wear makeup and pass as a modern human. Her behavior, however, is decidedly primitive and this is probably why she has a volatile temper and a simplistic view of the world in general. In other words, without anyone even noticing, Teresa is a cave woman who was born into modern society and has adapted herself quite well. This is quite an accomplishment because a primitive hominid species like Teresa would normally have an IQ of about 27-37 — which is virtually an undetectable IQ in a human being, but Teresa may be near 60 or 65 and that would make her trainable the way one can train a chimp or a dolphin to do tricks. I think it’s amazing and it makes me wonder if perhaps if an ancient woman had had the ability to make herself more attractive, the more primitive species of humans would not have died out as they did.”
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