Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Modern Giant Human with Neanderthal Skull Type

Modern Neanderthal Giant


The prehistoric giants displayed archaic or "primitive" characteristics is well documented, but hard for most to wrap their head around.  The current archaeological steadfast theory of "replacement" is slowly being replaced by the "assimilation." model that shows that the Cro Magnon and Neanderthal did mate and create a giant race.
These physical characteristics do still occur with modern populations.  
   Nikolai Valuev, a former heavyweight boxer is now a member of Russian parliament" 7 feet and 325 pounds,  This is the face of the ancient race of giants that was so prevalent in the Bible and the Ohio Valley.


The sloping forehead and protruding brow ridge was the major reoccurring skull characteristic of the giant remains found within the mounds in Great Britain and the Ohio Valley.


A large skeleton was removed from a mound at Stonehenge, with "primitive" characteristics of a protruding brow ridge and sloping forehead. 

This skull was taken from a burial mound in Circleville, Ohio.  I sent a picture of this skull to one of the most prominent archaeologists in the country who has studied thousands of skulls.  I had told him that the origin if the skull was unknown and I was looking to identify the racial identity.  He wrote back and said that the skull had prominent European skull characteristics.  When I told him where the skull came from he recanted his assessment.....and so it goes with modern archaeology.

                                              History and Origins of the Giant Race

Monday, May 21, 2012

Ancient Giant Humans with Modern Dental Work Found In Concrete Vault in Missouri

Ancient Giant Humans with Modern Dental Work Found In Concrete Vault in Missouri




Morning Herald, Uniontown, Pennsylvania December, 27, 1934
Eight Giant Skeletons Unearthed

     Springfield, Mo., Dec. 26-Discovery of eight giant human skeletons arranged in four layers so that each pair formed a cross, in a shallow Indian mound near here apparently shed new light on religious customs of prehistoric tribes who once inhabited the Ozarks.
     The Rev. E. P. Newberry, Springfield archaeologist, believed it “highly probable” that the crosses formed by the skeletons were of religious significance.
The Indian cross,” he explained, “has always indicated a place of worship in this particular case it seems a reasonable supposition that the eight skeletons were those of a high priest of some cult, and his attendants.
     “It was the custom of some tribes to sacrifice a priest's attendants when the priest died, and to bury them with him just as dead man's horse, dog and food were buried with him.”
In the crook of an arm of one of the skeletons was found an ancient stone sacrificial bowl, with markings which were exactly like four strange idols recently discovered by Mr. Newberry in the Coleman cavern north of Springfield.
     Other evidence that a race of cultured people lived in this vicinity in prehistoric times, Mr. Newberry said consisted of a vault made of a high type of concrete, found on a farm near Odessa, and dental work in teeth of other skeletons which he has unearthed. American Indians, he explained, never made very good concrete, and never made dental repairs.





Saturday, May 12, 2012

Neanderthal Looking Skulls Found In Santa Barbara California

Neanderthal Looking Skulls Found In Santa Barbara California






Decatur Weekly Republican, April, 9, 1923

New Link in Man History Is Found on West Coast

Santa Barbara Mound Yield Remains of People Older Than Neanderthal

SANTA BARBARA, Cal., Oct 27.-All doubt as to the greater age of the skulls of the “Santa Barbara man” uncovered here this week, as compared with the Neanderthal man of Central Europe, has been dispelled in the minds of scientist doing excavation work on the Burton Mound fronting the Santa Barbara ocean beach according to J.P. Harrington of the Smithsonian Institution in a formal statement tonight.
Dr. Harrington, who has been in charge of southern California archaeological work for the Smithsonian Institution for several months, is certain that a new link in the Anthropological chain has been established definitely by the excavations of the last few days. Further examination of the gorilla-like skulls unearthed on Burton Mound, he asserts, has definitely proven that the Santa Barbara man existed in a period far earlier than the era of Neanderthal man. Not only that, but he possessed a culture which far exceeded that of the Neanderthal.

Skulls Thick

The thickness of the skulls is twice as great as those of Indians found in the burial grounds, known to be 1,000 years old or more. The average thickness of each skull is approximately three-quarters of an inch.
Dr. Jesse Walter Fewkes, chief curator of the Smithsonian Institution telegraphed Dr. Harrington today for a complete report of the discoveries made here. An authoritative and official statement has been dispatched to him.






Monday, May 7, 2012

Giant Skeletons With Double Rows of Teeth, Found on Santa Rosa Island California

Large Human Skeletons Uncovered on Santa Rosa Island, California




    Remains of giant human Native Americans have been found the extent of America's coasts. Many of these remains had "primitive' skull types that were confused with Neanderthal by early researchers. In San Francisco California these "primitive" were found in an Indian burial ground in the city.   More of these skull types were found in the Channel Islands, giving credibility to the theory that these represented a migration from the Maritime Archaic of Europe and Asia who had sread across the northern latitudes, leaving an identical material culture behind along with these strange skulls and large skeletons. California Channel Island Giants and More Channel Island giants




Bancroft’s Native Races, 1882,

Further Bacroft writes, “Mr. Taylor heard from a resident of San Buenaventura that “ in recent stay on Santa Rosa Island, in 1861, he often met with entire skeletons of Indians in the caves. The signs of their rancherias were very frequent, and the remains of metates, mortars, earthen pots, and other utensils, and other utensils very common. Extensive caves were met with which seemed to serve as burial places of the Indians, as entire skeletons and numerous skulls were plentifully scattered about in their recesses.” Some very wonderful skulls are also reported as having been found on the islands, furnished with double teeth all the way round the jaw.”

Near Comox, one hundred and thirty miles northwest of Victoria, a group of mounds were examined in 1872-3, and found to be built of sea sand and black mold, mixed with some shells. They were from five to fifty yards in circumference. In one by the side of a very large skull was deposited a piece of coal; and in another with a very peculiar flattened skull was a child’s tooth.