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Evidence Of Giants On The Earth

 

By James Donahue

 

Michael A. Cremos books, "Forbidden Archaeology" and "Forbidden Archaeology's Impact," published in 1993 and 1998, respectively, have had a quiet impact on the closed-minded pre-programmed folks who dared to read them and consider their message.

 

Cremo believes many museums and departments of archaeology at major Universities have been hiding fossilized artifacts that tend to challenge the accepted views of history.

 

It appears that scholars have been so close-minded about protecting accepted social belief systems, they have been bending over backwards for a very long time to make sure that the archaeological record supports the Old Testament story that claims God created man and woman. Notice how some die-hard Christians still close their minds to the concept of human and animal evolution, even though the fossil record supports a story of continual changes within species.

 

Contemporary thinkers on the other hand, has little problem explaining the bones of giant humanoid figures that have been excavated all over the world. Theories of various alien races that may have visited this planet, or experimented with human DNA, may offer a valid explanation. Some could easily accept the belief that they created a few two-footed, upright monsters that really walked in the mud with the dinosaurs.

 

Doug Elwell expounds on the Giants in the Spring, 2003 edition of his Mysterious World web site.

 

Without attempting to challenge Christian dogma, he describes a pre-Adamic race possibly created by the "fallen angels" before Adam. Argument for this is found in the fossil record. They included the bones of both Neanderthal and erectus humanoids. Elwell suggests that these were "proto humans" that appeared suddenly in the fossil record "almost as if they had been manufactured."

 

Elwell then theorizes that the various experiments with DNA manipulation of pre-existing animal species led to the homo sapiens, a race of humans that "possessed the specific characteristics that they desired."

 

The story next suggests that God, or the Hebrew YHWH, created Adam and Eve and placed them in the Garden of Eden to "supplant and eventually destroy" the abhorrent types of experimental humanoids that by this time were "running rampant all over His creation."

 

The "sin" was not the literal eating of fruit from a tree, but the failure by either Adam or Eve, or both of them to stay in the Garden and remain faithful to each other. The story suggests that they or their children wandered and mixed that perfect DNA with the imperfect DNA, thus spoiling YHWA's plan.

 

Among the results of the alien experiments were giant humanoid figures who shared the Earth in those early times.

 

While there is little in the archaeological record, historical material records the discovery of bones of giants throughout the world. Following are excerpts from a few historical documents in Ohio:

 

"In 1829, when the hotel was built in Chesterville, a mound nearby was made to furnish the material for the brick. In digging it away, a large human skeleton was found, but no measurements were made. It is related that the jaw-bone was found to fit easily over that of a citizen of the village, who was remarkable for his large jaw. The local physicians examined the cranium and found it proportionately large, with more teeth than the white race of today: The skeleton was taken to Mansfield, and has been lost sight of entirely." (History of Morrow County and Ohio, 1880)
 

In digging the cellar of the house, nine human skeletons were found, and, like such specimens from other ancient mounds of the country, they showed that the Mound Builders were men of large stature. The skeletons were not found lying in such a manner as would indicate any arrangement of the bodies on the part of the entombers. In describing the tomb, Mr. Albert Harris said:

 

"It looked as if the bodies had been dumped into a ditch. Some of them were buried deeper than others, the lower one being about seven feet below the surface."

 

Mr. Harris was twenty years of age yet he states that he could put one of the skulls over his head, and let it rest upon his shoulders, while wearing a fur cap at the same time. The large size of all the bones was remarked, and the teeth were described as "double all the way round." (The History of Medina County, 1881)

From Ashtabula, Ohio, came the following written description of an ancient four-acre burial ground unearthed at Conneuat in 1844:

 

"The mounds that were situated in the eastern part of what is now the village of Conneaut and the extensive burying ground near the Presbyterian Church, appear to have had no connection with the burying places of the Indians. They doubtless refer to a more remote period and are the relics of an extinct race, of whom the Indians had no knowledge.

 

"These mounds were of comparatively small size, and of the same general character of those that are widely scattered over the country. What is most remarkable concerning them is that among the quantity of human bones they contain, there are found specimens belonging to men of large stature, and who must have been nearly allied to a race of giants.

 

"Skulls were taken from these mounds, the cavities of which were of sufficient capacity to admit the head of an ordinary man, and jaw-bones that might be fitted on over the face with equal facility. The bones of the arms and lower limbs were of the same proportions, exhibiting ocular proof of the degeneracy of the human race since the period in which these men occupied the soil which we now inhabit." (The Conneuat Giants, Harvey Nettleton)

 

Similar records can be found in local libraries all over the American Midwest.

 

In his book, The Natural and Aboriginal History of Tennessee, author John Haywood describes "very large" bones in stone graves found in Williamson County, Tennessee, in 1821. In White County, Tennessee, an "ancient fortification" contained skeletons of gigantic stature averaging at least seven feet in length.

 

The Indiana News on Nov. 10, 1975, reported that a nine-foot, eight-inch long skeleton was removed from a mound near Brewersville, Indiana, in 1879.

 

Skeletons measuring eight and one-half feet and 10-feet in height and wrapped in a "gum-covered fabric" were uncovered in the Humboldt lake bed near Lovelock, Nevada, in 1931, according to the Review-Miner, a local newspaper published on June 19, 1931.