Sunday, June 23, 2013

Biblical Nephilim DNA Found in Native Americans

Biblical Nephilim DNA Found in Native Americans

   Haplo X DNA that shows up in North American Indian tribes has been traced back to the hills of Galilee in the Mideast These are the same area that was inhabited by the accounted giants in the Bible known as the Amorites or Nephilim.
   The scientist tried to make the science fit their paradigm and dated Haplo X back to 40,000 BC, yet new research places it as late as 2000 b.C., the same time it is believed that the Nephilim were constructing the earthworks in the Ohio Valley.
   Strangley, Haplo X is found in American Indian tribes that were known to be exceptionally tall, such as the Sioux and Iroquois and were also known for burying their dead in mounds. Coincidence?


Friday, June 14, 2013

Nephilim Giants Discovered in Ancient Egypt

Nephilim Giants Discovered in Ancient Egypt





American Antiquarian 1897
Egypt
      Flinders Petrie claims to have found a new giant race in Egypt, in his last report he says;
A new race has been found, which had not any object of manufacture like the Egyptians; their pottery, their statuettes, their beads, their mode of burial are all unlike any other in Egypt, and not a single usual Egyptian scarab, or hieroglyph of carving, or amulet, or bead, or vase has been found in the whole of the remains in question. That we are dealing with something entirely different from any age of Egyptian civilization yet known, is therefore certain. That this was not a merely local variety is almost certain, as these strange remains are found over more than a hundred miles of country, from Abydos to Gebelen. Our own work was near the middle of this district, between Ballas and Negada.
    The race was very tall and powerful, with strong features: a hooked nose, long pointed beard, and brown wavy hair, are shown by their carvings and bodily remains. There was no trace of the Negro type apparent, and in general they seem closely akin to the allied races of the Libyans and Amorites. Their burials are always with the body contracted, and not mummified...
      Metal and flint were both in use by these people. Copper adzes show that the wood was wrought, and finely carved bulls' legs to a couch illustrates the work. Copper harpoons were imitated from the form in bone. Copper needles indicates the use of sewn garments and the multitude of spinning-wheels in the town proves how common weaving must have been.

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Ohio Museum Curator Discovers 8 Foot Human in Burial Mound

 Ohio Museum Curator Discovers 8 Foot Human in Burial Mound





New York Times, August 29, 1932
GIANT SKELETONS FOUND
    Chillicothe, Ohio, May 31 - Ten skeletons were found in two mounds by Dr.Loveberry, curator of the Ohio State University Museum, one that of a giant fully 8 feet tall.  It is the most notable find yet.



Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Zelph Lamanite Burial Mound Excavated by Joseph Smith

Zelph Lamanite Mound


The appearance of the Zelph mound is identical to those found in the Ohio Valley, which is loaf shaped with a top that is tapered.  This type of mound is associated with the Hopewell mound builders, who were a confederacy of the Sioux, Cherokee and Iroquois. This is consistent with McBride's account that stated, His name was Zelph a warrior under the Prophet Onandagus Zelph a white Lamanite."


Diagrammed is the Harness Mound that was centered in the Liberty Earthwork in Chillicothe, Ohio.  Note the loaf shape and tapered top that provides descent evidence that the builders of these two mounds were the same people.


Howe's 1834 anti-Mormon book Mormonism Unveiled, which states:
A large mound was one day discovered, upon which Gen. Smith ordered an excavation to be made into it; and about one foot from the top of the ground, the bones of a human skeleton were found, which were carefully laid out upon a board, when Smith made a speech, prophesying or declaring that they were the remains of a celebrated General among the Nephites, mentioning his name and the battle in which he was slain, some 1500 years ago.


Contrary to Howe's statement that the group found the remains of a "General among the Nephites," all of the recorded accounts agree that Zelph was identified as a Lamanite.
     Heber C. Kimball wrote in 1841 that several of the group, along with Joseph Smith, walked to the top of a mound that they had located on the bank of the Illinois river. Kimball states that "on the top of this mound there was the appearance of three altars, which had been built of stone, one above another, according to the ancient order; and the ground was strewn over with human bones." This prompted Kimball and the others to dig into the mound after sending for a shovel and a hoe. "At about one foot deep we discovered the skeleton of a man, almost entire; and between two of his ribs we found an Indian arrow, which had evidently been the cause of his death. We took the leg and thigh bones and carried them along with us to Clay county. All four appeared sound."
After continuing on their journey, Kimball reports that "It was made known to Joseph that he had been an officer who fell in battle, in the last destruction among the Lamanites, and his name was Zelph. This caused us to rejoice much, to think that God was so mindful of us as to show these things to his servant. Brother Joseph had inquired of the Lord and it was made known in a vision."
Reuben McBride’s journal account states that "His name was Zelph a warrior under the Prophet Onandagus Zelph a white Lamanite." McBride also wrote that "an arrow was found in his Ribswhich he said he supposed occasioned his death." McBride wrote that self "was known from the Atlantic to the Rocky Mountains." Moses Martin stated "Soon after this Joseph had a vision and the Lord showed him that this man was once a mighty Prophet and many other things concerning his dead which had fallen no doubt in some great battles Levi Hancock's journal also refers to "Onendagus," stating that "Zelph he was a white Lamanite who fought with the people of Onendagus for freedom." Onondaga is the name of a county in New York state as well as the name of a tribe of the Iroquois Confederacy that once occupied the area.Wilford Woodruff's journal mentions that the bones were "probably" from the Lamanites and Nephites, even though the printed vision omitted the "probably."  After comparing the various accounts Williams Hamblin argued that "there are many difficulties that make it nearly impossible for us to know exactly what Joseph Smith said in 1834 as he reflected on the ruins his group encountered in Illinois."

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Skeletons of Stone Age Men Are Dug Up In Connecticut


The Evening World, August 19, 1922
SKELETONS OF STONE AGE MEN ARE DUG UP IN CONNECTICUT
Prehistoric Inhabitants of the Nutmeg Sate Were Flat Heads of Great Strength and Huge Teeth
     Bridgeport, Conn., Aug 15 - Two complete skeletons, believed to have belonged to inhabitants of the earth in the Stone Age, are said to have been unearthed by a team of archaeologists, headed by Prof. Warren King Mooreheadm near the Housatonic River at Laurel Beach.
  The professor and his assistances have been digging in this section for some time and claim discovery of a number of indications that the section was once inhabited by a forgotten race.
   Both skeletons appear to be well preserved.  The bones are rough, denoting great strength, the skulls are flat and both possess a perfect set of teeth of unusual size.
   Prof. Moorehead said it was his belief the bodies were buried in salt water several thousand years ago, which accounts fir their preservation.  He also expressed hope that he and his assistants would soon locate a burial ground of an ancient race.