History of the horsefaced human

sphynx greece bird lion human 1500bc

horse faced greeks 1400bc

woman with horseface 1000bc

horsefaced man 900bc


TOP: Sphynx statue showing human with lion and bird DNA, Greece 1500bc

MIDDLE TOP: Fresco of first horsefaced humans, Greece 1400bc

MIDDLE BOTTOM: Fresco of horsefaced woman, Greece 1000bc

BOTTOM: Fresco of horsefaced man, Greece 900bc

4 out of 5 biomedical technicians agree that it was the ancient greeks who were the first to splice DNA for cross-species genetic engineering. As shown in the greek human-lion-bird sculpture(top photo above), some of these “mixed DNA” humans survived to adulthood.

However, as advanced as the DNA splicing technology was in 1500bc, it appears the only cross-species being that was able to survive to adulthood AND reproduce was the horse-human hybrid. As indicated in fresco remnants(middle top photo above), the original offspring of this experiment had full horseheads and some even had hoofs in place of hands!

Anatomy of the Horsefaced Human

Today’s horsefaced people are believed to be direct decendents of a single ancient greek tribe(bottom 2 photos above), but with much-diluted genes due to inbreeding. Scientists have identified 10 key characteristics indicating the presence of equine genes: long and thin head, mane-like hair, large eyes at sides of head, big and crooked nose, small mouth with overbite and bad teeth, giraffe-like neck, facial moles and acne, herd mentality, horsey attitude, and horse facial expression.

horseface traits characteristics