Saturday, April 30, 2016

Nephilim King Buried With Silver Crown. The Tomb Was Aligned to the Summer Solstice Sunrise

Nephilim King Buried With Silver Crown. The Tomb Was Aligned to the Summer Solstice Sunrise





Bluffton Chronicle, Bluffton, Indiana, October 3, 1894
A Giants Remains Found. Portsmouth, Ohio 

    The skeleton of a man seven feet in height was found under an old oak on Pete Thompson's place, a few miles below this city, in Kentucky. The skeleton evidently belonged to a prehistoric race that threw up the earthworks still visible at that place and known as the "old fort.  A crown of beaten sterling silver encircled the head and there were many other evidences of the princely character of the "deceased". The find is considered a great one as the skeleton's position under the tree proves that it must have been entombed many hundreds of years ago. An exploring party of archaeologists will be on the ground and the details of the discovery will be sent to the Smithsonian Institution."

Friday, April 29, 2016

Nephilim Mass Grave With 12 Foot Giant Discovered In Kentucky

Nephilim Mass Grave With 12 Foot Giant Discovered In Kentucky




IMMENSE GRAVE CONTAINING SKELETONS

Of Prehistoric Race of Giants Unearthed Near Pine Grove Kentucky

Measured 12 Feet.
     Pine Grove, Ky. Nov. 27.-Evidences of a prehistoric race have been uncovered by Hugh Yates, a prosperous land owner of this country, on his farm, a few miles west of here. While excavating beneath a high cliff on his place, Mr. Yates came upon an immense grave containing a human skeleton. The frame was of giant proportions.
     His curiosity aroused, Mr. Yates called in some neighbors, and, armed with picks, they burrowed their way into the side of the cliff and found an ancient sepulcher crowded with human skeletons, some of them larger than the first one. One of the frames measured 12 feet.
     Along with the skeletons were found curiously wrought jewels and strange ornaments, while cooking vessels and musical instruments of queer design were unearthed in great profusion. The diggers are still at work and expect to make even more important finds.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Battleground, Indiana Hunter Constellation Mound Group

Battleground, Indiana Hunter Constellation Mound Group


The only mound group that was constructed to represent a constellation is located in Battleground, Indiana in the northwest section of Indiana. Mounds in this area have been attributed to the Oneoto Sioux.


The largest mound in the effigy group represented the bright star Rigel

These mounds are the line that represent Betelgeuse slightly visible on the left and Bellatrix at the far end.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Christian Belief That Fairies Are Demoted Angels

Christian Belief That Fairies Are Demoted Angels

Demonic fairies are summoned by parents to visit their children at night and pay for their teeth.

     In Christian mythology is the belief that the Fairies were a class of "demoted" angels. One popular story held that when the angels revolted, God ordered the gates shut; those still in heaven remained angels, those in hell became devils, and those caught in between becoming fairies. The fairies are inexorably tied in with the Nephilim because of the folkloric belief that the fairies dwell in the subterranean chambers of the burial mounds.
     The story of Lilith and Fairies stealing babies appears to be ancient wives tales that has little relevance in today’s world.  Historically, mothers would sing a song to their children at night to keep Lilith, an evil angel, away from their children."  Lilith is the etymological root of the word "Lullaby." Today, it is common practice to encourage children to beckon demonic fairies and sell them their teeth. 

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Rephaim Giants Megalithic Remains in the Biblical Lands

Rephaim Giants Megalithic Remains in the Biblical Lands

Gilgal or stone circle located on the Golan Heights.  This was constructed by the accounted giants in the Bible, called the Nephilim, Rephiam, Shades or by their historic tribal name of Amorites


ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE BIBLE, 1914
     The Late Stone Age.-Of Neolithic men in Palestine much more is known. This knowledge comes in part from the numerous cromlechs, menhirs, dolmans, and “gilgals” which are scattered over eastern Palestine. A cromlech is a heap of stones roughly resembling a pyramid, a menhir is a group of unhewn stones so set in the earth as to stand upright like columns; a dolman consists of a large unhewn stone which rests on two others which separate it from the earth, and a “gilgal” is a group of menhirs set in a circle. These monuments are the remains of men of the stone age who dwelt here before the dawn of history. They were probably erected by some of those peoples whom the Hebres called Rephaim or “shades”-people who, having lived long before, were dead at the time of Hebrew occupation.
Dolman in the land of the Amorite Giants in present day Jordan


    Professor Sayce, states that the hillside sof Moab are covered with the cromlechs of these peoples, and their dolmans extend into North Africa…’The cromlechsconsisting of a cairn of stones approached by a short passage, or circle of upright blocks, are characteristic of the countries in which the blondes were once settled.



Monday, April 25, 2016

Nephilim Graveyard Discovered on the Banks of the White River at an Earthen Temple


Enclosure at Winchester, Indiana where numerous "large" skeletons were taken from the bank of the White River


History of Randolph County, Indiana, by E. Tucker 1882
There are many antiquities in Randolph County, mounds, embankments, etc., some of which are described be. One of the best known is to be seen (partly) in the fair grounds northwest of Winchester. It is an enclosure of forty-three acres in the form of an exact square. The embankment was from seven to ten feet wide, as also having a mound in the center of the area fifteen feet high. The whole enclosure and the embankment also, when found by the first settlers, was covered with large forest trees exactly like the adjacent regions. The eastern opening was unprotected, the western one was surrounded outwardly by an embankment shaped like a horse shoe open toward the gate, joined on the north side to the embankment, but left open on the south side of the gate for a passage to the outer grounds The embankment has been considerably lowered throughout the greater portion of its extent by cultivation, by the passage of highways, etc., but it is still several feet high, and is very plainly traceable along its entire extent. Some of the bank on the south side toward the southeast corner still remains as it existed at the first settlement of the country. That part is now some six feet high, and perhaps twenty-five feet wide. A large portion of the eastern bank has lately been dug away for the purpose of brick making, and it is said that charcoal is found scattered throughout the mass of clay composing the embankment. On the side of the creek not very far distant were gravel banks containing great quantities of human bones, which are said to have been hauled away by wagon loads. These skeletons were many of them large, but bones were much decayed and crumbled readily when disturbed and brought out to the air.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Prof. Sutton, Head of Salem College, W.V. History Dept. Uncovers Skeletons 7 -9 Feet in Length

Prof. Sutton, Head of Salem College, W.V. History Dept. Uncovers Skeletons 7 -9 Feet in Length



The giant's tomb overlooks the ancient village who would look up on the mountain and know they are being watched by their ancestors.  The ancient giants believed the dead's souls were earth bound and their to guide them and protect them from evil.



Charleston Gazette, June 15, 1930
Salem Professor Discovers Huge Skeletons in Mounds
Dr. Sutton Believes Tribe of Giants Once Inhabited Doddridge County Section; Data on Exploration Will Go to Smithsonian Institution.
     SALEM, June 14-Excavation of two mounds near Morganville, in Doddridge county, about 11 miles west of here revealed what Prof. Ernest Sutton, head of the history department of Salem college, believes is valuable evidence of a race of giants who inhabited this section of West Virginia more than 1,000 years ago.
     Professor Sutton revealed tonight that he had been excavating the two mounds for the past several months. Skeletons of four mound builders indicating they were from seven to nine feet tall have been uncovered. Professor Sutton believes they were memebers of a race known in anthropology as Siouan Indians.
    The best preserved skeleton was found enclosed in a casting of clay. All the vertabrae and other bones excepting the skull were intact. Careful measurement of this specimen indicated it was a man seven and a half feet tall.



Saturday, April 23, 2016

Mass Grave of 3,000 Human Giants Discovered in Ashtabula County, Ohio

Mass Grave of 3,000 Human Giants Discovered in Ashtabula County, Ohio

Near the site of this Giant's Fort was the mass grave yard. These people were slaughtered when the Algonquin Indians invaded from Canada.

Historical Collections of Ohio, Howe, Vol., 1  1847
Ashtabula County Ohio
     There were mounds situated in the eastern part of the village of Conneaut and an extensive burying ground near the Presbyterian Church, which appear to have had no connection with the burying places of the Indians. Among the human bones found in the mounds were some belonging to men of gigantic structure. Some of the skulls were of sufficient capacity to admit the head of an ordinary man, and jaw bones that might have been fitted over the face with equal facility; the other bones were proportionately large. The burying ground referred to contained about four acres, and with the exception of a slight angle in conformity with the natural contour of the ground was in the form of an oblong square. It appeared to have been accurately surveyed into lots running from north to south, and exhibited all the order and propriety of arrangement deemed necessary to constitute Christian burial. On the first examination of the ground by the settlers they found it covered with the ordinary forest trees, with an opening near the center containing a single butternut. The graves were distinguished by slight depressions disposed in straight rows and were estimated to number from two to three thousand. On examination in 1800, they were found to contain human bones, invariably blackened by time, which on exposure to the air soon crumbled to dust. Traces of ancient cultivation observed by the first settlers on the lands of the vicinity, although covered with forest, exhibited signs of having once been thrown up into squares and terraces, and laid out into gardens.

Allegheny River and Mountain Named From the Ancient Tribe of Giants

Allegheny River and Mountain Named From the Ancient Tribe of Giants

To the ancients the Allegheny River included what we know as the Ohio.  The greatest concentration of giants have been found along the "Allegheny" and it's tributaries.

History, Manners and Customs of Indian Nations
Who Once Inhabited Pennsylvania and the Neighboring States by John Heckwelder 1876
     Alligewi, and it would seem that he is right, from the traces of their name which still remain in the the country, the Allegheny river and mountains having indubitably been named after them. The Delawares still call the former Alligewi Sipu, the River of the Alligewi. We have adopted, I know not for what reason, its Iroquois name, Ohio, which the French had literally translated into La Belle Riviere, The Beautiful River. A branch of it, however, still retains the ancient name Allegheny.
Many wonderful things are told of this famous people. They are said to have been remarkably tall and stout, and there is a tradition that there were giants among them, people of a much larger size than the tallest of the Lenape.




Friday, April 22, 2016

Ancient Oil Lamp From the Near East Dating to 400 A.D. Discovered in Ohio

Ancient Oil Lamp From the Near East Dating to 400 A.D. Discovered in Ohio


Inscribed on the lamp was, "The light of Christ shines for all"


Bryan, Ohio Times April 19, 1997
  
Oil Lamp More Than 1,000 Years Old is Unearthed in Southern Ohio Village

   South Point, Ohio [AP]  A Near Eastern oil lamp estimated to be more than 1,000 years old has been unearthed in this village located in an area of southern Ohio better known for its arrowheads and other American Indian relics.

   John Hudnall was digging in his front yard last fall in preperation for replacing a sewer line when, about six feet down, he found the lamp. 
   "I thought it was an Indian artifact," Hudnall said. But when he showed the lamp to Charles West, owner of the Indian Relic Museum in New Richmond, West said it was not an Indian relic.  
   "Its beautiful, the only problem is its not an Indian," West said.   West turned to Bob Price of the Lawrence County Historical Society, who helped him find similar lamps in an illustrated encyclopedia of the Bible.
   That lead west to the Institute of Archaeology at Andrews University at Berrien Springs, Michigan. David Merling, the insititute's assistant director, said the lamp was probably crafted between A. D. 400 and 800 in the Near East, an area that includes southwestern Asia, northeastern Africa and the Arabian peninsula.
   "Its a common form of ancient lamp ...but I have no idea where it came from," Merling said. 
More Mysterious is how the lamp, on which the words, "The light of Christ shines for all" are inscribed in an ancient language, ended up in Lawrence County.
  Hudnall said he believes settlers who considered it an ancestral relic could have brought it to the area, which is about 110 miles south of Columbus, near the Ohio River. 
   "I think someone, probably a group of Indians, got together an buried it, thinking it was evil," he said.  "You can't burn it - its an oil lamp, and they were probably afraid that if they broke it, it would release evil."
  Hudnall said he will probably lend the lamp to the Huntington W.V. Museum of Art for exhibittion and then donate to the institute for study and preservation. 
   The lamp is probably only worth a couple of hundred dollars, but it's discovery would be well worth documenting, Merling said.
" Its a curious find to find in Ohio," he said.
    

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Mass Grave of 4,000 Men and Women Mound Builders Uncovered in Niagara County, New York

Mass Grave of 4,000 Men and Women Mound Builders Uncovered in Niagara County, New York

According to the Walum Olum or Red Record of the Lene Lenape (Algonquin)  their people were bottled up in Canada, but wished to migrate south into the lands of the mound builders. A war ensued of great slaughter of the mound builders whose main line of defense was on the south shores of the Great Lakes.  Mormons tell a similar story of battle between the Nephites and Lamanites in the same areas.

History of Niagara County, New York 1878,
     “A search enabled them to come to a pit, but a slight distance from the surface. The top of the pit was covered with slabs of the Medina Sandstone, and was twenty-four feet square by four and a half in depth- the planes agreeing with the four cardinal points. It was filled with human bones of both sexes and all ages. They dug down at one extremity, and found the same layers to extend to the bottom, which was the same dry loam, and from their calculations they deduced that at least four thousand souls had perished one great massacre.  In one skull two flint arrowheads were found, and many had the appearance of having been fractured and cleft open by a sudden blow. They were piled in regular layers, but with no regard to size.”

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Were the Mormon Tablets Actually Found in a West Virginia Giant's Burial Mound

Were the Mormon Tablets Actually Found in a West Virginia Giant's Burial Mound



Copper tablets were found near a burial mound that contained a giant skeleton in West Virginia. The tablets eventually make their way to Joseph Smith where they become the Book of Mormon.



 Discovering the Tablet
Now and Long Ago, 1969
    “During this interview she told Heck that a man named Solomon Spaulding, who said he was a preacher who came here in the summer of 1812, from Amity Village in Washington County, Pennsylvania.
   Mrs. Shearer said that Spaulding was more interested in Indian relics than in religion, and spent most of his time at Hoults, (West Virginia) across the river, digging around the old Indian road there, and places where Indian graves used to be..  She said he lived with the Heck family the first time he was here, "then left and came again," and this time lived over the river with the Hoults.  She said that some people said, afterwards, that the last time he was here he dug up some copper plates down by Pricketts Creek, "and there was some matter of queer writing on the plates that nobody could read.".....She heard, and it turned out that the copper plates were stolen from preacher Spaulding by somebody and turned over to Joseph Mormon, and it was those plates that he (Joseph Smith) started the Mormon religion.”

Giant Skeletons Unearthed Near the Road and Fort
    Mrs Shearer told Adam O Heck that schoolmaster John Beall settled here a very long time ago, and she remembered him clearly, and that when he first came here to live he found four human skeletons where Palatine is now, that - people supposed - had been washed from their graves by floods, their graves being near the river. She said she had heard that these skeletons were, every one, eight feet long.


   “A note found among the papers of Rev. Levi Shinn, founder of Shinnstown, informs that Rev Spaulding told him that he had unearthed an ancient manuscript on the Hoult property, just below the mouth of the Tygart Valley River, where the "ancient people" thousands of years ago had constructed three mounds and built a fort. Through his knowledge of hieroglyphs he had deciphered it.

  "Rev. Spaulding resolved to publish it under the name of "The Maunscript Found," and actually entered into a contract with a Mr. Patterson of Pittsburgh, to publish the same, but for some reason the contract was not fulfilled.  The manuscript remained in the possession of Mr. Patterson between two and three years before Rev. Spaulding reclaimed and recovered it."

    In the meantime a journeyman printer by the name of Sidney Rigden copied the whole manuscript, and hearing of Joseph Smith Jr.'s digging operations for money through the instrumentality of necromancy, resolved in his own mind that he would turn this wonderful manuscript to good account and make it profitable to himself. An interview takes place between Rigdon and Smith, terms agreed upon, the whole manuscript undergoes a partial revision, and in the process of time, [becomes] the Golden Bible, or Book of Mormon.
    A letter from Joseph Miller, Sr., the intimate and confidential friend of Rev. Solomon Spaulding, which was originally published thirty-one years since, or in 1839..."
     These witnesses stated that it was their belief "that Joseph Smith had, by some means, got possession of Rev. Spaulding's manuscript, and possibly made some changes to it, and called it the Book of Mormon.
    At this point I find Joseph Smith irrelevant. What is important is that there is good evidence that tablets were found. Could it be true? In the Book of Nephi it says “Jesus Christ came down from heaven and stood among the people. They were afraid to speak because they did not understand what was happening. They thought Jesus was an angel.” The Book of Mormon notes the Nephi as an initially righteous people who eventually "had fallen into a state of unbelief and awful wickedness"and were destroyed by the Lamanites c. AD 385. This reminds me of the Israelite and Moses coming to the promised land, but being delayed in Genesis 15:16, “But in the fourth generation they shall come hither again: for the iniquity of the Amorites is not yet full.” Did Christ redeem the accounted giants in the Bible, known as the Amorites after they fled to North America? Did God wipe them out in North America, just as he did in Israel for their iniquities?

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Israelite Weapons Discovered with Large Skeletons in New York

Israelite Weapons Discovered with Large Skeletons in New York


Socketed spear heads found with the large skeletons in New York. Socketed weapons were not invented until about 1500 B.C and would fall within the time line of the Amorites in the Levant and England.

     “The Art Of Warfare in Biblical Lands,” Yigael Yadin, 1963. 
     “At the end of the third millennium, the armorers were still grappling with the problem of finding an effective method of attaching the spearhead to a wooden staff….not until a later stage in the first half of the second millennium was the socketed type to be developed and more commonly used and conferred a significant military advantage.”

History of New York, from "Prehistoric Man" 1888
 Brockville, New York
    
      They were found at the head of LesGalops Rapids, on the river St. Lawrence, about fifteen feet below the surface, along with twenty skeletons disposed in a circular space with their feet toward the center. Dr. Reynolds remarks of them: “Some of the skeletons were of gigantic proportions.

Spoked burial are found in numbers in both New York and the Ohio Valley.  Many times the skeletons are described as "gigantic."  This type of burial would have required that the skeletons be placed in the mound at the same time.  The only conclusion is that they were slain in a military conflict.  Note in the burial above that a few of the skeletons have their head placed between their knees.  These must have been placed in the mound to serve as slaves in the afterlife.




Monday, April 18, 2016

Isle St. Royal Copper Mines the Work of 10,000 Men over 1,000 Years

Isle St. Royal Copper Mines the Work of 10,000 Men over 1,000 Years

This piece of copper weighing almost 3 tons was excavated by the ancient miners.  Were they extracting this volume to make bracelets?

    Isle St. Royal in Lake Superior contains one of the richest deposits of pure copper in the world. In ancient times more than 500,000 tons were mined. Phillip Coppens wrote in, “Copper A World Trade in 3000 B.C.” “The Minong Belt on Isle Royale has a distance of one and three quarter miles in length and is nearly four hundred feet wide. The copper pits range ten to thirty feet deep with connecting tunnels; one archaeologist estimated that their digging would take the equivalent of 10,000 men working for 1000 years.” From "The Encyclopedia of Ancient Giants in North America."

Friday, April 15, 2016

8 1/2 Foot Giant Buried With Corn , Planted by a Kentucky Farmer and Grows

8 1/2 Foot Giant Buried With Corn that is Planted by a Kentucky Farmer.
So, you always wondered about the true origins of this American favorite.

Fredericksburg Star, July 7th 1900
GREW IN SPITE OF AGE
Corn Found in Indian Mound Planted and Proved Productive
    Floyd Tully of Stout, Ohio has received from a Clay County, Kentucky friend an ear  of corn that has a history.  It was grown from a seed dug out of an Indian mound in that county, says the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.  The seed which was 6 feet under ground, was in a jar, sealed, and was close to a skeleton, that measured 8 1/2 feet in height.

    The corn was planted and proved a good yielder, and the ear presented to Mr. Tully was part of the product.  Mr Tully distributed kernels among his friends, who will plant them this year.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

12 Foot Nephilim Skeletons Discovered in a West Virginia Stone Mound

12 Foot Nephilim Skeletons Discovered in a West Virginia Stone Mound


Stone mounds were described on many of the hilltops along the Kanawha River tributaries.

Evening Star, July 16, 1898
Interesting discoveries in the vicinity of Parkersburg and Cheat Neck West Virginia 
      From Morgantown W. Va., opened one of a series of mounds in the vicinity of Cheat Neck, W. VA., with interesting results. The mound was partly built of stones, rising in a conical shape and covered with moss and wildflowers. After considerable labor, an entrance was made in the center of the mound, where two skeletons were found in a fair state of preservation both being of gigantic stature and build. When the men were in full life they must have been at least twelve high and possessed of enormous strength, as the size of the bones would indicate. With the exception of the enormous skulls, which were partly crumbled and decayed, the skeletons were in a perfect state of preservation." 

     

Monday, April 11, 2016

Algonquin Legend of Giant Race in the Ohio Valley

Algonquin Legend of Giant Race in the Ohio Valley



History, Manners and Customs of Indian Nations
Who Once Inhabited Pennsylvania and the Neighboring States by John Heckwelder 1876
    The spies which the Lenape had sent forward for the purpose of reconnoitering, had long before their arrival discovered that the country east of the Mississippi was inhabited by a very powerful nation, who had many large towns built on the great rivers flowing through their land. These people (as I was told) called themselves Talligeu or Talligewi. Colonel John Gibson however, a gentleman who has a thorough knowledge of the Indians, and speaks several of their languages, is of opinion that they were not called Talligewi, but Alligewi, and it would seem that he is right, from the traces of their name which still remain in the the country, the Allegheny river and mountains having indubitably been named after them. The Delawares still call the former Alligewi Sipu, the River of the Alligewi. We have adopted, I know not for what reason, its Iroquois name, Ohio, which the French had literally translated into La Belle Riviere, The Beautiful River. A branch of it, however, still retains the ancient name Allegheny.
    Many wonderful things are told of this famous people. They are said to have been remarkably tall and stout, and there is a tradition that there were giants among them, people of a much larger size than the tallest of the Lenape.