Thursday, March 16, 2017

8 Foot Human Giant Removed from a Lagrange County, Indiana Burial Mound

8 Foot Human Giant Removed from a Lagrange County, Indiana Burial Mound



The Journal Gazette, December 5, 1924
  Lagrange, Ind., Dec 26 - A prehistoric graveyard has been unearthed on the farm of Solomon Hedrick.  A large number of skeletons have been found, all more than eight feet in height.  The find was in a mound 30 feet height. When 12 feet of the mound had been removed the skeletons were exposed.  The jaws and teeth are well preserved.  Trinkets, ivory beads and a shield made of bone were in the graves.  




Sunday, March 12, 2017

Biblical Horites Death Mask



Horite Death Mask

    Last year I wrote an article about the Biblical Horites, again, there seems to be some similarities with who archaeoloogists are calling Otamids. The skull of the Horites, described in the Archaeology of the Bible, Barton, 1916, would appear to be identical to those in California.
In a cave at Gezer, “A pottery head found in one the caves, which may be a rude portrait of the type of face sen in Gezer in this period, it has a sloping forehead, which afforded little brain space, and a prominent lower jaw. The people used flint knives, crushed their grain in hollow stones.
Mr. Macalister has suggested a connection between the cave dwellers of Gezer and the Biblical Horites, since Horite means, “cave dweller.” In the Bible the Horites are said to have dwelt to the east of Jordan, and more especially in Edom ( Gen. 14: 6: 36: 20, 21, 29; Deut 2 :12, 22). It seems probable the the reason why the Bible places them all beyond Jordan is that the cave dwellers had disappeared from Western Palestine centuries before the Hebrews came, while to the east of the Jordan they lingered on until displaced by those who were more nearly contemporary with the Hebrews.”


Monday, March 6, 2017

10 Foot Nephilim Queen Unearthed in Missouri

10 Foot Nephilim Queen Unearthed in Missouri




Deseret News, June 28, 1877
      The Lexington, Mo., Press says: “A very remarkable skeleton was dug up in the ground belonging to the Fair Association on Wednesday. The experts who examined the bones conclude, from their length, that the man whom they belonged must have been ten feet in height. The skull was badly fractured, but the jaw bone was preserved, and is twice the ordinary size of the jaw bone according to men these days. From thisit is probably not too bold a deduction to conclude that the skeleton is that of a female; but the sex, owing, unfortunately, to the destruction of the skull, is difficult to determine. One thing seems certain, that the specimen does not date back many centuries.”




Friday, March 3, 2017

Giant Human Skeleton Discovered in a Missouri Cave

Giant Human Skeleton Discovered in a Missouri Cave

Giant human skeletons discovered in a Missouri Cave


The Waco Evening News (Waco, Texas) February 26, 1894
SKELETON FOUND IN A CAVE
They Are Supposed to be Delaware Indians Buried Long Ago
    Ozark, Missouri, Feb., 26 - There is a little cave in the bluffs of Finley creek, about two miles north of Ozark, which Bruce McCord was cleaning out for a cellar. Under a layer of limestone and beneath about six inches of earth he found two human, one measuring 7 feet in length. The skull was of gigantic size and very thick. The bones were all in place and well preserved, apparently, though they soon crumble to pieces when exposed to the air.

    The other skeleton was of ordinary size and lay near the bed of the larger one. It is supposed that the skeletons are Indian remains. The Delaware Indians had a large burying ground on Finley creek, two miles west of Ozark, and many bones and other relics have been found in this locality.


Thursday, March 2, 2017

Giant Dakota Sioux Skeleton's Artifact Links The Tribe to the Ohio Hopewell

Giant Dakota Sioux Skeleton's Artifact Links The Tribe to the Ohio Hopewell

This type of plummet was found in numerous Hopewell mounds in Ohio and now links the Dakota Sioux as the authors of the numerous mounds in the Ohio Valley.  The fact that the "Charm Stone" was placed in the mouth may be a clue to the purpose as a charm to restore the departed soul.



The Sedalia Democrat (Sedalia, Missouri) November 23, 1925
GIANT SKELETON NOT OF A MAYA
   Washington, Nov. 3 – The giant Indian skeleton found near St. Joseph, Mo., can hardly be that of a Maya from southern Mexico or Guatemala, in the opinion of Dr. Sylvanus G. Morley, of the Carnegie Institution, an authority on Maya archaeology.

      The artificially-flattened skull, he said, does not indicate Maya origins, necessarily, because many of the tribes of Indians in this country flattened the heads of their children and the pear shaped stone found in the mouth of the skull, corresponds with no known burial custom of the Maya.


Large Hopewell Sioux Skeleton Found Within a Missouri Stone Vault

Large Hopewell Sioux Skeleton Found Within a Missouri Stone Vault




History of Boone County, Missouri 1882
   Along Roche Creek, starting from Perche Church and following the creek down about two miles, are numerous mounds, the work, undoubtedly, of the famed mound builders. These mounds are from three to six feet in height, and, on an average, are from 100 to 200 yards apart. They number about twenty well-defined specimens. Dr. Davis, of Sturgeon, and Wm. Powell opened one of these mounds on the farm of the latter. In the center they found a perfect vault, the roof of which was covered with stones. In this vault lay a large skeleton. It measured seven inches across the forehead and the size of the of the other bones were in proportion. 


Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Large Indian Uncovered in Barnstable County, Massachusetts

Large Indian Uncovered in Barnstable County, Massachusetts


       Numerous giant Indian remains were discovered in Massachusetts

Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution 1883
On the west shore of Oyster Island, in Cotuit Harbor, was found part of the skeleton of a large lndian buried in a sitting posture, but much disarranged by the sliding away of the bank which had uncovered it.