Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Archaeologists Are Wrong: Neanderthal Hybrids Uncovered at Lake Delavan, Wisconsin

Neanderthal Hybrids Uncovered at Lake Delavan, Wisconsin

Denisovan man was endowed with more Neanderthal DNA than modern humans.  This same hybrid race of gigantic size was found in large numbers in North America as documented in "The Encyclopedia of Ancient Giants in North America."

New York Times, May 4, 1912
Indications That Tribe Hithero Inknown Once Lived in Wisconsin
     Madison, Wisconsin, May 3 - The discovery of several skeletons of human beings while excavating a mound at Lake Delavan indicates that a heretofore unknown race of men once inhabited Southern Wisconsin.  Information of the discovery was brought to Madison today by Maurice Morrisey, of Delavan, who came here to attend a a meeting of the Republican State Central committee. Curator Charles E. Brown of the State Historical Museum will investigate the discoveries within a few days.
     Upon opening one large mound at Lake Lawn farm, eighteen skeletons were discovered by the Phillips Brothers. The heads, presumably those of men, are much larger than the heads of any race which inhabit America today. From directly over the eye sockets, the head slopes straight  back and the nasal bones protrude far above the cheek bones.  The jaw bones are long and pointed, bearing a minute resemblance to the head of a monkey.  The teeth in the fron of the jaw are regualr molars.
    There were found in the mounds the skeletons, presumably of women, which had smaller heads, but were similar in facial characteristics.  The skeletons were embedded in charcoal and covered over with layers of baked caly to shed the water from the sepulchre.