Monday, December 17, 2012

Archaeology Finds: Cocaine and Tobacco Found In Egyptian Mummies

Recent Egyptian Archaeologists find that Egyptian Mummies had traces of both cocaine and tobacco in their remains.This could have come from only one place, the America's.  The Egyptians were trading with the Amorite Nephilim who had come to North America as early as 2,700 B.C. to mine the copper out of northern Lake Superior.
Only the American archaeologists could refute and dismiss such findings. This would disprove their Berengia Theory and the legitimacy of their "expert" status.



Giant skeletons, Bible Numerology in Ohio, Identical skull types in Ohio, England and the Biblical Levant 

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Cro Magnon - Neanderthal Hybrid

Cro Magnon - Neanderthal Hybrid
Soviet Union scientist discovered the remains of a young boy who had both modern Cro Magnon characteristics along with those of Neanderthal.  American archaeologists continued to deny that the Cro Magnon and Neanderthal ever mated; holding on to their outdated theory of "replacement" until DNA studies determined that there was a mixing of these two populations.


This skull from Oleny Island in Northern Russia has both "modern" and "archaic" characteristics.  Clearly, the brow ridge and the lack of any forehead is Neanderthal.  Also, it was found the Mental Foreman in the lower jaw was under M-1 molar in Neanderthal, whereas in modern skulls it is located forward, under the incisors.  (see arrow).
  These archaic" characteristics are most prominent in the many descriptions of the giant skeletons that have been found from the Biblical Levant to the British Isles and North America.







Nephilim Sun Temple Discovered In Dublin Ohio

Adena Henge or Solar Temple Complex Discovered In Dublin Ohio



The Holder-Wright Earthworks as classified by the Ohio Historical Society is located in Dublin, Ohio.  The henge site constructed by the Adena-Hopewell was used as a solar observatory. The northwestern henge was aligned to the solar equinox  The rectangular henge was aligned to the May 1 sunrise and the October 31 sunset and the southeastern henge was aligned to the summer solstice sunset and the winter solstice sunrise.




Another solar henge that was semi-rectangular is found at Mounds State Park in Anderson, Indiana that was also aligned to the May 1st sunrise.  May 1st was symbolic of the Earth Mother and "life" just as the solar opposite of October 31st was symbolic of "death."

Today, the most visible henge is the northwestern earthwork that is located in this yard on the outskirts of Dublin, Ohio.  The outer earthwork and interior ditch are still visible along with the gateway. The other works are now in a cultivated field and only visible as slight undulations in the earth.

A large burial mound was once located in the city of Dublin, but like so many of these antiquities was obliterated.  



Saturday, December 1, 2012

Giant Human Skeletons Found on California Channel Islands

Giant Human Skeletons Found on California's Channel Islands
   A little-known part of California's history is the giant race of humans that once inhabited the coastal regions.  








Oakland Tribune, June 10, 1912
Bones of Giant Found in South
Best Preserved Skeleton of Extinct Tribe Hauled from Channel
     San Francisco, June 10- Up to three hundred years ago, a giant race of Indians inhabited the coastal regions of California. Remains of these have been discovered in the islands of the Santa Barbara Channel. To William Altman, assistant curator of the Golden Gate Park Museum belongs the honor of discovering one of the tallest and best-preserved skeletons of this extinct tribe.Another find of giant skeletons was found on Catalina Island
       The giant skeleton found was ten feet from the surface, and around it were a large number of mortars and pestles, charm stones and obsidian arrowheads. One of the skeletons measured seven feet four inches.”

    Many of the large skeletal remains were found in the Channel Islands or near the coast.  This is evidence of migrations from the Maritime Archaic 7000 BC - 2000 A.D. who had an identical material culture and skulls types that are found the extent of the northern latitudes of the globe. Here is an example of one of the finds on Santa Rosa Island.
   These giant skeletal remains are not isolated to the Califronia coasts but can also be found in the Gulf of Mexico and the Altlantic seaboard.  Newspaper headlines describing large skeletons that were found in Amercia's coastal regions

Giants with Double Rows of Teeth Found on Santa Rosa Island, California

Giants with Double Rows of Teeth Found on Santa Rosa Island, California

Ancient race of giant's remains found on Santa Rosa Island off of the coast of California.  Giant skeletons were also found on Catalina Island off the coast of California

Bancroft’s Native Races, 1882,
    “Mr. Taylor heard from a resident of San Buenaventura that “ in recent stay on Santa Rosa Island, in 1861, he often met with entire skeletons of Indians in the caves. The signs of their rancherias were very frequent, and the remains of metates, mortars, earthen pots, and other utensils, and other utensils very common. Extensive caves were met with which seemed to serve as burial places of the Indians, as entire skeletons and numerous skulls were plentifully scattered about in their recesses.” Some very wonderful skulls are also reported as having been found on the islands, furnished with double teeth all the way round the jaw.”

Giant humans with a double row of teeth have also been found on America's East coast in the Indian burial mounds

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Catalina Island was the Home of a Race of Giants with Double Rows of Teeth

Catalina Island was the Home of a Race of Giants with Double Rows of Teeth.
Ancient Race of giants with double rows of teeth found the extent of North America


Photo of a skeleton that was measured at 7 feet and 8 inches tall.  He was found reposed below the tomb in which the remains of 64 children were found.

  During the expedition to the interior of Catalina Island, Professor Glidden collected the skeletons of 3,781 ancient inhabitants. The largest he found was a man 9 feet 2 inches tall.  Practically all of the male adults were of gigantic stature, averaging around 7 feet in height.  More of these giant humans were also found on Santa Rosa Island


   The Catalina Islands are located off of the coast of California where a strange land of dwarf mammoth remains and a race of giants with double rows of teeth have been uncovered.  Fire pits were discovered on the island that showed the giant inhabitants were eating the dwarf mammoths.

     Similar discoveries have been made the extent of the Pacific coastline.  

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Fair Haired Giant Human Skeletons Unearthed in New Zealand



Winnipeg Free Press ,  Winnipeg, Manitoba , Wednesday, February 04, 1948
Fair Haired Giant Human Skeletons Unearthed in New Zealand




     Kaglan, N.Z., authorities were baffled Monday by the discovery on a lonely beach 30 miles from this north island town, 15 giant human skeletons, buried in wooden coffins. The skeletons are those of men all more than six feet tall, some almost seven feet. Authorities said the remains were not those of Maoris, as several had fair hair (Maoris are dark-haired) and the coffins contained decomposed scissors, knives, pipes, spades and buttons apparently of European origin. Some of the skulls were fractured, suggesting murder, but local Maoris have no record of a massacre in the vicinity. The bodies were wrapped in fine matting and blanket of tartan design.

Ancient Giant Race Found Near Mastodon in Arizona

Human Nephilim Giants Remains Found Near Mastodon in Arizona




Archaeologists Excavate Bones of Mastodon, Relics
and Giant Human Nephilim

TUCSON, Ariz., Dec. 1.W—On the heels of the discovery of remains of what apparently was a race of enormous Nephilim men who once roamed the southwest, there came today another clue of ancient life, unearthed by University of Arizona archaeologists. Returning from a trip to an ancient

ruin of a pueblo near Duncan, Arizona.
    Dr. Bryan Cummlngs and his assistant said they had succeeded In moving another section of  recentl


discovered mastodon.  
J. E. Cokor, mining engineer from" Gayopa, Sonora, Mexico,      arrived here with information of the a finding of giant human skeletons In a cemetery on a ranch near there. Bit by bit the mastodon Is being unearthed and when the skeleton finally is pieced together, it is expected to stand at least 12 feet high. The pueblo is in the center of the group of prehistoric villages is about 35 miles west of here.The Nephilim skeletons described were discovered during the clearing of land, many of. them average eight feet In length and the heads are unusually large. The bodies had been buried on top of each other and beside them rested crude implements of stone.







Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Giant Humans Skeletons Found Near Mounds State Park in Anderson, Indiana

Giant Humans Skeletons Found Near Mounds State Park in Anderson, Indiana


Giant Skeletons Found. 
Goshen Daily News, Saturday, November, 26, 1892
ANDERSON, Ind., Nov. 36.—John Beal, a farmer living in the north part of this county, found some giant human skeletons while digging a hole in his field Friday. There were a half dozen skulls of gigantic size. The skeletons were those of men who in their lifetime must have been at least 9 feet in height.

This is the second historical report of giant human skeletons that have been found in Madison County, Indiana where Mounds State Park is located.  Another report was from Mounds State Park, where an underground tomb was located near the largest henge that contained a vault that housed giant humans.

Saturday, June 9, 2012

England's First Inhabitants After the Flood



Who inhabited this Island before the comming of Brute: of Noah & his three sonnes, among whom the whole earth was diuided: and to which of their portions this Ile of Britaine befell.

What manner of people did first inhabite this our country, which hath most generallie and of longest continuance béene knowne among all nations by the name of Britaine as yet is not certeinly knowne; neither can it be decided frō whence the first inhabitants there of came, by reason of such diuersitie in iudgements as haue risen amongst the learned in this .behalfe. But sith the originall in maner of all nations is doubtfull, and euen the same for the more part fabulous (that alwaies excepted which we find in the holie scriptures) I wish not any man to leane to that which shall be here set downe as to an infallible truth, sith I doo but onlie shew other mens conjectures, grounded neuerthelesse vpon likelie reasons, concerning that matter whereof there is now left but little other certeintie, or rather none at all..
To fetch therefore the matter from the farthest, and so to stretch it forward, it séemeth by the report of Dominicus Marius Niger that in the beginning, when God framed the world, and diuided the waters apart from the earth, this Ile was then a parcell of the continent, and ioined without any separation of sea to the maine land. But this opinion (as all other the like vncerteinties) I leaue to be discussed of by the learned: howbeit for the first inhabitation of this Ile with people, I haue thought good to set downe in part, what may be gathered out of such writers as haue touched that matter, and may séeme to giue some light vnto the knowledge thereof.
. 1.First therefore Iohn Bale our countrieman, who in his time greatlie trauelled in the search of such antiquities, dooth probablie coniecture, that this land was inhabited and replenished with people long before the floud, at that time in the which the generation of mankind (as Moses writeth) began to multiplie vpon the vniuersall face of the earth: and therfore it followeth, that as well this land was inhabited with people long before the daies of Noah, as any the other countries and parts of the world beside. But when they had once forsaken the ordinances appointed them by God, and betaken them to new waies inuented of themselues, such loosenesse of life ensued euerie where, as brought vpon them the great deluge and vniuersall floud, in the which perished as well the inhabitants of these quarters, as the residue of the race of mankind, generallie dispersed in euerie other part of the whole world, onelie Noah & his familie excepted, who by the prouidence and pleasure of almightie God was preserued from the rage of those waters, to recontinue and repaire the new generation of man of vpon earth.
.After the flood (as Annius de Viterbo recordeth) and reason also[] enforceth, Noah was the onlie monarch of all the world, and as the same Annius gathereth by the account of Moses in the 100. yeare after the flood, Noah diuided the earth among his thrée sonnes; assigning to the possession of his eldest sonne all that portion of land which now is knowne by the name of Asia; to his second sonne Cham, he appointed all that part of the world which now is called Affrica: and to his third sonne Iaphet was allotted all Europa, with all the Iles therto belonging, wherin among other was conteined this our Ile of Britaine, with the other Iles thereto perteining.
Iaphet the third son of Noah, of some called Iapetus, and of others, Atlas Maurus (because he departed this life in Mauritania) was the first (as Bodinus affirmeth by the authoritie and consent of the Hebrue, Gréeke & Latine writers) that peopled the countries of Europe, which afterward he diuided among his sonnes: of whom Tuball (as Tarapha affirmeth) obteined the kingdome of Spaine. Gomer had dominion ouer the Italians, and (as Berosus and diuers other authors agrée) Samothes was the founder of Celtica, which conteined in it (as Bale witnesseth) a great part of Europe, but speciallie those countries which now are called by the names of Gallia and Britannia.
.Thus was this Iland inhabited and peopled within 200 yéeres after the floud by the children of Iaphet the sonne of Noah: & this is not onlie prooued by Annius, writing vpon Berosus, but also confirmed by Moses in the scripture, where he writeth, that of the offspring of Iaphet, the Iles of the Gentiles (wherof Britain is one) were sorted into regions in the time of Phaleg the sonne of Hiber, who was borne at the time of the diuision of languages. Herevpon Theophilus hath these words: "Cùm priscis temporibus pauci forent homines in Arabia & Chaldæa, post linguarum diuisionem aucti & multiplicati paulatim sunt: hinc quidam abierunt versus orientem, quidam concessere ad partes maioris continentis, alij porrò profecti sunt ad septentrionem sedes quæsituri, nec priùs desierunt terram vbiq; occupare, quàm etiam Britannos in Arctois climatibus accesserint, &c." That is; "When at the first there were not manie men in Arabia and Chaldæa, it came to passe, that after the diuision of toongs, they began somewhat better to increase and multiplie, by which occasion some of them went toward the east, and some toward the parts of the great maine land: diuers of them went also northwards to seeke them dwelling places, neither staid they to replenish the earth as they went, till they came vnto the Iles of Britaine, lieng vnder the north pole." Thus far Theophilus.
These things considered, Gildas the Britaine had great reason to thinke, that this countrie had bene inhabited from the beginning. And Polydor Virgil was with no lesse consideration hereby induced to confesse, that the Ile of Britaine had receiued inhabitants foorthwith after the floud.


Friday, May 25, 2012

Prince Madoc and the Welsh in America

Prince Madoc in America 


The story of the emigration to America of Prince Madoc, or Madog, is told in the old Welsh books as follows:
About the year 1168 or 1169 A.D., Owen Gwynedd, ruling prince of North Wales, died, and among his sons there was a contest for the succession, which, becoming angry and fierce, produced a civil war. His son Madoc, who had “command of the fleet,” took no part in this strife. Greatly disturbed by the public trouble, and not being able to make the combatants hear reason, he resolved to leave Wales and go across the ocean to the land at the west. Accordingly, in the year 1170 A.D., he left with a few ships, going south of Ireland, and steering westward. The purpose of this voyage was to explore the western land and select a place for settlement. He found a pleasant and fertile region, where his settlement was established. Leaving one hundred and twenty persons, he returned to Wales, prepared ten ships, prevailed on a large company, some of whom were Irish, to join him, and sailed again to America. Nothing more was ever heard in Wales of Prince Madog or his settlement.
All this is related in old Welsh annals preserved in the abbeys of Conway and Strat Flur. These annals were used by Humphrey Llwyd in his translation and continuation of Caradoc’s History of Wales, the continuation extending from 1157 to 1270 A.D. This emigration of Prince Madoc is mentioned in the preserved works of several Welsh bards who lived
 before the time of Columbus. It is mentioned by Hakluyt, who had his account of it from writings of the bard Guttun Owen. As the Northmen had been in New England over one hundred and fifty years when Prince Madoc went forth to select a place for his settlement, he knew very well there was a continent on the other side of the Atlantic, for he had knowledge of their voyages to America; and knowledge of them was also prevalent in Ireland. His emigration took place when Henry II. was king of England, but in that age the English knew little or nothing of Welsh affairs in such a way as to connect them with English history very closely.
It is supposed that Madoc settled somewhere in the Carolinas, and that his colony, unsupported by new arrivals from Europe, and cut off from communicated
 with that side of the ocean, became weak, and, after being much reduced, was destroyed or absorbed by some powerful tribe of Indians. In our colony times, and later, there was no lack of reports that relics of Madoc’s Welshmen, and even their language, had been discovered among the Indians; but generally they were entitled to no credit. The only report of this kind having any show of claim to respectful consideration is that of Rev. Morgan Jones, made in 1686, in a letter giving an account of his adventures among the Tuscaroras. These Tuscarora Indians were lighter in color than the other tribes, and this peculiarity was so noticeable that they were frequently mentioned as “White Indians.” Mr. Jones’s account of his experiences among them was written in March, 1686, and published in the Gentleman’s Magazine for the year 1740, as follows:

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Adena Hopewell Stone Work at Spruce Hill in Ross County, Ohio


SPRUCE HILL ADENA HOPEWELL WORK IN ROSS COUNTY,OHIO
The chief of these upland bulwarks, indeed the 
largest stone edifice of the Mound Builders in this 
country, was erected on Spruce Hill, in the south- 
ern part of Ross county. This work occupies the 
level summit of a hill some four hundred feet 
in height; the elevation is a long triangular shaped 
spur, terminating a range of hills with which it is 
connected by a narrow neck or isthmus, the latter 
affording the really only accessible approach to the 
"fort," for the hillsides at all other points are re- 
markably steep and in places practically perpendicu- 
lar. The summit commands a wide outlook over the 
surrounding country. Within a radius of two or 
three miles on the plain beneath, to the east, north 
and west, were groups of aboriginal works, includ- 
ing isolated mounds and extensive enclosures. It 
was the midst of a mound-building neighborhood; 
the site of Chillicothe, a great aboriginal center, was 
some eleven miles distant to the northeast. No place 
more advantageous for the purposes of defense or 
observation could have been chosen. The barrier con- 
sisted of a wall composed entirely of stone, mostly 
fragments of sandstone from the hill ledge and cob- 
blestones, found in abundance on the summit. No 
earth was used in the wall, the line of which was 
carried around the hill a little below the brow. This 
barricade, once so complete and impregnable, is now 
sadly depleted and displaced ; the victim of the wear 
and tear of hoary time, the upheaval of the elements, 
 and the spoliation by thrifty farmers, who repair their 
fences with the "inestimable stones, unvalued jewels, 
all scattered" the summit and hillside about; most 
ruthless enemy of all to lay siege to the battlements 
were the tall primitive trees which sprang up beneath 
and around the curious, loose masonry, thrusting and 
twisting their roots among the stones and with 
irresistible strength lifting and scattering them 
apart; in many instances firmly imbedding them in 
their trunks; a royal battle, an irrepressible conflict, 
this has been between the stolid stones and the grow- 
ing giants of the forest; for untold cycles, possibly 
for more than a millennium, this contest has been 
waged, and many a monarch of the woods worn and 
bent with the life of centuries has at last fallen in 
decay amid the crude and crumbling masonry, thus 
testifying to the vast period that this fort has stood, 
grim guardian of its charge. At the present time 
the stone structure, "trembling all precipitate down 
dashed," merely suggests its pristine regularity and 
form. The appearance of the ruins demonstrates 
that the line had an average base width of eight or ten 
feet and a height of six or eight, the stones being piled 
one upon the other with no other means than their 
own weight to hold them in place. The width and 
height of the wall originally varied, as the ruins in- 
dicate, according to the requirements of the summit 
contour and the naturally weak or strong defense 
features of the line followed. At the places where the 
approach was most easy the wall was broadest, being 
at points thirty feet and even more across the base. 
The wall is entirely wanting at one point where the 
perpendicular rock cliff rendered protection unneces- 
sary. Where the defense crosses the isthmus, some 
seven hundred feet wide, the wall was heaviest and 
here was the main entrance, with three gateways 
opening upon the terrace extending beyond. This 
 gateway consisted of three openings in the wall, the 
intercepting segments of which, in each case, curving 
inwards, formed a horseshoe, whose inward curves 
were forty or fifty feet in length, leaving narrow pas- 
sages, no wider than eight feet, between. At these 
gateways, the amount of stones is more than four 
times the quantity at other points of the wall, and 
constituted broad, mound-shaped heaps. Between 
these heaps, through the narrow defile, the enemy 
would have to pass in attempting an entrance. On 
the east wall apparently two other single gateways 
originally existed, as indicated by the curved lines, 
but these were subsequently closed up. At the north- 
ern apex of the fort another gateway existed, pro- 
tected as the others by inward carrying walls. Ex- 
cepting the isthmus, this was perhaps the most vul- 
nerable point of the hill-top as the sides sloped 
down into the valley, affording steep but possible 
ascent. Here the walls were unusually high and 
strong. The stone heaps at the great gateway give 
proof of having been subjected to intense heat, a 
feature also discernible at certain other points in 
the wall. Within the enclosure were found two stone 
mounds, located near points of the breastworks 
which commanded the fartherest extent of view. 
These mounds were burned throughout, suggesting 
that great fires may have been maintained thereon, 
perhaps for alarm signals, perhaps for religious cere- 
monies, perhaps for sacrificial rites. 
There were several depressions in the enclosed 
space, one covering two acres, which could afford con- 
stant supply of water. There was no moat or ditch 
at any point, either exterior or interior to the wall. 
The wall, continuous save at the interruptions men- 
tioned above, measures two and a quarter miles in 
length and encloses an area of over one hundred and 
The "Pond" in Spruce Hill Fort. 
forty acres. The magnitude of this hill-top stone en- 
closure exceeds any similar construction attributed to 
the Mound Builder. It evinces tremendous labor and 
unusual ingenuity of arrangement. The wonder at 
this stupendous labor grows when it is considered 
that it must have been erected without the aid of 
beasts of burden or mechanical contrivances. It was 
literally built by hand labor by "piece work." Such a 
fortress, so situated, must have been, to a primitive 
people, impervious to the storm of savage warfare. It 
knew no surrender save to a vandal demolition of a 
modern, ruthless civilization; "but man would mar 
them with an impious hand.'' This effacement is of 
comparatively a recent date. As we learn from the in- 
vestigators who first left descriptions, the result of 
survej's in the first third of the last century, the walls 
were then in a fair state of preservation and easily fol- 
lowed in outline and reconstructed in plan. Now ob- 
literation almost reigns supreme. Some ten years ago, 
the writer with a party of experts, personally in- 
spected the remaining ruins and from them, with 
slight pla'y of the imagination, could rebuild the crude 
fortress. Another inspection during the preparation 
of this monograph, gave evidence of the final touches 
of a destructive hand. The line of the walls presented 
little more than dismantled, scattered, brush-covered 
heaps of grass-grown stones; the great gateway in 
diminished height and demolished shape was still 
there, as if reluctant to yield its post, grimly strug- 
gling to forbid entrance to the spacious field of grow- 
ing corn that filled the enclosure; the little pond, 
still holding water, had shrunk to a fraction of its 
former size; from its depths the gutteral croak of a 
bull frog seemed to mockingly sound the death knell 
to even the memories of the greatness and glory of 
Spruce Hill Fort. Surely in this desolation was there 
theme for some poet, for an apostrophe such as 
Byron's on the passing 1 of the Eternal City : 

"Come and see the cypress, hear the owl, 
And plod your way o'er broken thrones and temples. 
A world is at our feet as fragile as our clay." 
 
But there is one feature left intact. The insati- 
able tiller of the soil may tear down prehistoric walls 
to "mend his fences," and plow level the mounds 
erected on the plain, that he may plant a few more 
stalks of corn, but his greed has thus far invented no 
method of devastating the landscape. Nature-loving 
Thoreau mourned that the axe was slowly destroying
his forest. "Thank God," he exclaimed, "they can- 
not cut down the clouds." Iconoclastic agriculture 
has kindly left the scene which rewards the ascent of 
Spruce Hill a captivating view such as seldom 

"Hills and valleys, dales and fields, 
Woods or steepy mountain yields." 

Your outlook sweeps the Paint Creek valley for 
miles on either side; the peacefuly flowing stream 
winds its way through fields glowing in the varied 
colors of the summer's ripening grain, all framed 
by the encircling, gentle-sloping, forest-clad hills. 
Were this scene in Bonnie Scotland, travelers would 
cross the sea to extol its surpassing beauty. The largest Indian mound site on the web is here

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Where is Stonehenge?


WHERE IS STONEHENGE

SALISBURY PLAIN


ToC

"We passed over the goodly plain, or rather sea of carpet, which I think for evenness, extent, verdure, and innumerable flocks, to be one of the most delightful prospects in nature."—"Evelyn's Diary," 1654.


There is not a county in England which does not pride itself upon some outstanding characteristic which places it in a category by itself. And if there be a thing particularly characteristic of Wiltshire, it is "the Plain" of which John Evelyn above quoted has written so kindly.
The word Plain is somewhat misleading, for the surface of the Salisbury Downland is anything but even, as poor Samuel Pepys found to his cost when he traversed it in 1668, and on his journey encountered some "great hills, even to fright us." The actual truth lies midway between the "evenness" of Evelyn and the "great hills" of Pepys, and to the man of Wilts that word "Plain" will ever summon up a vision of rolling downs, a short, crisp, elastic turf dotted with flocks, and broken here and there by some crested earthwork or barrow, which rears itself from the undulating Down, and breaks the skyline with its [9]sharp outline. It has been estimated that fully one-half of Wiltshire consists of these high bare chalk downs which rise in bold rounded bluffs from the valleys which thread their way through the county. It is impossible to escape them. The Cotswold shepherd looks downward on their folds, and marks the gleaming white of the occasional chalk pit which breaks the surface of their scarp.
Stonehenge is located in the County of Wiltshire
The huntsman in the Vale of the White Horse, and the farmer on the fringe of the shady depths of the New Forest alike live in the presence of the Wiltshire Downs. There is something of grandeur in the immensity of their broad unbroken line stretching as they do, or did, for mile upon mile, limited only by the horizon, a rolling sea of green pasture.
And the very heart of the Downs is the Plain of Salisbury, that broad stretch which is bounded on the west by the wandering valley of the river Nadder, and on the east by the trickle of the Bourne, between which the "Hampshire" Avon divides the area with almost mathematical accuracy in two equal triangles; and Salisbury lies at the apex of each.
The pasturage of the Downs, and the rich woodland of these valleys must have been important factors in those old days, when the builders of Stonehenge pushed inland from the coast, seeking a spot wherein they might settle. As a [10]general rule, it may be held with considerable certainty, not only in Wiltshire, but also in other parts of England, that our early settlers from the Continent elected to live on the downland rather than in the valleys. Go where you may over the Plain, its turfy surface is scored by terraces or "lynchets," telling the tale of the ancient ploughman's furrows on the slopes, and side by side with them lie the scars of what were once cattle enclosures, farms, and stockaded villages. Nor is the explanation far to seek, for the valleys afforded shelter to the wolves, and were in places obstructed by undrained marshes, unhealthy and unfitted for the herdsman and his flocks, and impenetrable as regards roads.
Midway between the valleys of the Nadder and the Avon lies "Stonehenge," a Megalithic Monument without an equal in this country, about which the legend of the peasant, as well as the speculation of the savant have gathered in an ever-increasing volume.
The bibliography of Stonehenge alone comprises nearly a thousand volumes, and it is hard to pick up an old magazine or periodical which does not contain some notice of it. County historians, astronomers, Egyptologists, and antiquaries have argued, as old Omar would say, "about it and about" until the man of ordinary tastes who chances to visit the spot and to study the stones, finds himself confronted with such a [11]mass of evidence, of theory, and of fantastic speculation, that he sadly turns aside befogged, or maybe fired by the example of others evolves from his inner consciousness yet another theory of his own to add to the already plethoric accumulation on the subject. The object of the following pages is not to propound any new theories, but rather to reduce the existing knowledge of Stonehenge to a compact compass, and to make it readily accessible to that vast body of individuals who take an intelligent interest in the stones, without having the leisure or opportunity of following up the elaborate stages by which certain conclusions have been arrived at. In short, it is a plain statement of the facts about Stonehenge which may serve either as a guide to the visitor, or as a useful remembrance of his visit.



Sunday, February 5, 2012

Biblical Quotes that Describe the Ancient Giant Race, Known as the Nephilim.

Biblical quotes that describe the ancient giant race, known as the Nephilim.




Genesis 6:4 There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of Elohim came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.

Numbers 13:33 And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.

Deuteronomy 2:11 Which also were accounted giants, as the Anakims; but the Moabites called them Emims.

Deuteronomy 2:20 (That also was accounted a land of giants: giants dwelt therein in old time; and the Ammonites call them Zamzummims;

Deuteronomy 3:11 For only Og king of Bashan remained of the remnant of giants; behold his bedstead was a bedstead of iron; is it not in Rabbath of the children of Ammon? nine cubits was the length thereof, and four cubits the breadth of it, after the cubit of a man.

Deuteronomy 3:13 And the rest of Gilead, and all Bashan, being the kingdom of Og, gave I unto the half tribe of Manasseh; all the region of Argob, with all Bashan, which was called the land of giants.

Joshua 12:4 And the coast of Og king of Bashan, which was of the remnant of the giants, that dwelt at Ashtaroth and at Edrei,

Joshua 13:12 All the kingdom of Og in Bashan, which reigned in Ashtaroth and in Edrei, who remained of the remnant of the giants: for these did Moses smite, and cast them out.

Joshua 15:8 And the border went up by the valley of the son of Hinnom unto the south side of the Jebusite; the same [is] Jerusalem: and the border went up to the top of the mountain that [lieth] before the valley of Hinnom westward, which [is] at the end of the valley of the giants northward:

Joshua 17:15 And Joshua answered them, If thou [be] a great people, [then] get thee up to the wood [country], and cut down for thyself there in the land of the Perizzites and of the giants, if mount Ephraim be too narrow for thee. {giants: or, Rephaims}

Joshua 18:16 And the border came down to the end of the mountain that [lieth] before the valley of the son of Hinnom, [and] which [is] in the valley of the giants on the north, and descended to the valley of Hinnom, to the side of Jebusi on the south, and descended to Enrogel,
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Monday, January 30, 2012

Giant Human Nephilim Skeletons


Giant Human Nephilim Headlines in the Midwest

From the coastal regions the Giant human Nephilim of the Maritime archaic moved west in to the Great Lakes region.  Giant skeletons were found in large numbers in the State of Pennsylvania.

Large Nephilim skeleton skulls were reported with horn protruding from their head. I have 5 different accounts of this in the book.

Two giant human Nephilim skeletons found in Pennsylvania.  Read the full historical accounts here

There were over 100 historical accounts of large human Nephilim skeletons found in Ohio.  Some of them bearing the same "archaic" like traits as those found in the coastal regions.

Giant human Nephilim skeleton was found in a glacial kame in Bowling Green Ohio.

Another giant humanNephilim skeleton found in northern Ohio.

There are many similarities in the Giant human Nephilim skeletons found in the northern Great Lakes region and  those in Northern Europe, all of which were part of the Maritime Archaic.

Giant human Nephilim skeletons found in Michigan.

Two skulls from giant human Nephulim that are identical with both showing "archaic" traits of a protruding brow ridge and a sloping forehead.  The skull from the right was from a burial mound within sight of Stonehenge. The skull on the right is from Michigan.

Giant human Nephilim skeletons were found in large numbers across Indiana.


Over 30 accounts of giant Nephilim skeletons were found in Indiana, read the full historical accounts HERE

Giant human Nephilim skeleton uncovered in Indiana

 Giant's Ruins as depicted on this Indiana Geological Survey Map

Giant human Nephilim skeletons from Illinois reported in this newspaper headline.

Giant human Nephilim skeletons found in a burial mound in Quincy, Illinois

Nephilim skeleton described as "gigantic" from a newspaper in Alton Illinois.

There were many more giant human Nephilim skeletons reported from Illinois. Read them all HERE

Another case of an "archaic"Nephilim type of a giant human skull that was found in Wisconsin.

Giant human Nephilim remains found in Wisconsin

Giant human Nephilim remains found in Wisconsin. Archaeologist discount all of these reports and is why they still have no answers to who the mound builders were, where they came from nor where they went.


Giant human Nephilim were also found in the State of Minnesota

Giant human Nephilim skeletons found in a cave in Minnesota

Giant human Nephilim skeletons found near St. Paul Minnesota.

Over 300 Reports of Giant Humans from the Biblical Levant to the British Isles to North America. Their Origins Revealed for the First Time. A Must Read!