Saturday, January 26, 2013

50 Giants Tombs Found on the Banks of the Ohio River - Believed to be Kings Graveyard

Washington Post, October 27, 1912

50 Nephilim Giants Tombs Discovered in Jeffersonville, Indiana

Believed to be Kings Tombs

St. Louis Globe-Democrat

Corn Island was located at the southern bend of the Ohio River. It was flooded by the construction of the dam in the 1920s

    The other cemetery contains the bones of 50 dead Kings. The tombs are made of rough hewn stone and the occupants were all men, not one of whom was less than six and one half feet high. They were buried in sitting posture, with their faces turned toward the rising sun and their weapons must have been buried with them, evidently placed in their laps. But the peculiar coincidence is that the left temple of each had been crushed in by some blunt instrument. Whether it was as religious rite or a precaution against burying them alive is a matter of surmise. The writer, who opened one of the graves with Prof. Green, the eminent geologist and at one time State Geologist of Indiana, believes it was a religious rite. The school history of Kentucky says when the first white settlers arrived at Louisville they found piles of human skeletons on Corn Island and some are found there now. To the early settlers it appeared that there had been a great battle fought and that one tribe had been entirely wiped out. All of the skeletons were those of people of medium stature, save one, that of a man, and he must have been seven feet high. On the banks of the falls to this day are found thousands of Indian arrows and spear heads, with an occasional battle ax, and once a stone owl was found that had probably been fashioned by one of the prehistoric people. This description represents the concrete facts and is the corroborative evidence of the weird tale told by Mrs. Kelly and her ancestors in their mystic chant of the vanishing of a strange race of people. The story had better be given in her own words to the writer of this narrative.

Valentine Kelly, who was a Spiritualist, told the writer that he was once standing in a shed near the royal tombs when a gigantic white man with yellow hair peered in at the window. He said he saw him, as clearly as could be, for it was broad daylight and he could not have made a mistake. However, Mr. Kelly was a firm believer in ghost and hobgoblins, and it may be that he did not actually see Yellow Hair, but he believed to the time of his death that he had seen him. He permitted Prof. Green and the writer to open two of the graves on his farm, but stopped further excavating, as he said the scientist would soon dig up the best part of his farm if he permitted them to do so. But there were originally 50 of the tombs and now more than 40 remain. The high water washed away some of them, and two were opened by man.
One of the best-known archaeologists of Indiana, Dr. W. F. Work, of Charlestown, Ind., found seven similar stone tombs 13 miles from the scene, and he noticed that the left temple of each dead man was crushed in and that the bones were those of men of gigantic stature. Dr. Work spent much time in exploring the habitations of the cliff dwellers of Arizona and has written much on the subject. He believes Yellow Hair’s people were the Mandan Indians. Orlando Hobbs, also an archaeological authority of Indiana and a man known widely for his learning and research, holds this opinion.

View Larger MapCorn Island was directly across from Fourth to Fourteenth Street  in Louisville, Kentucky. Traveling north on I-65 the location of the Giant's Tombs would have been visible to the left on the Indiana bank of the river.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

100,000 Fairies or Dwarf Graves Described in Tennessee

100,000 Pygmy or Dwarf Graves Described in Tennessee
Concur with Cherokee Indian's Legend of Pixie and Fairies

Descriptions of a subterranean race of dwarves or Elves exists across the globe. It is also common that the dwarfs are also attached to the "spirit realm."  The origin of these "Earth Spirits" also known as Elementals is with the Fallen Angels who produced both the giants and the race of Elves. Like the giants, their spirits are forever bound to the earth, according to the Book of Enoch. The Chreokee Indians in this region shared this legend of a race of fairies and pixies.

Anthropological Institute, Journal, 6:100, 1876.

      An ancient graveyard of vastproportions has been found in Coffee county. It is similiar to those found in White county and other places in middle Tennessee, but is vastly more extensive, and shows that the race of pygmies who once inhabited this country were very numerous. The same peculiarities of position Observed in the White county graves are found in these. The writer of the letter says: "Some considerable excitement and curiousity took place a few days since, near Hillsboro, Coffee county, on James Brown's farm. A man was ploughing in a field which had been cultivated many years, and ploughed up a man's skull and other bones. After making further examination they found that there were about six acres in the graveyard. They were buried in a sitting or standing position. The bones show that they were a dwarf tribe of people, about three feet
high. It is estimated that there were about 75,000 to 100,000 buried there. This shows that this country was inhabited hundreds of years ago."

     The Little People of the Cherokee are a race of Spirits who live in rock caves on the mountain side. They are little fellows and ladies reaching almost to your knees. They are well shaped and handsome, and their hair so long it almost touches the ground. They are very helpful, kind-hearted, and great wonder workers. They love music and spend most of their time drumming, singing, and dancing. They have a very gentle nature, but do not like to be disturbed.

      Sometimes their drums are heard in lonely places in the mountains, but it is not safe to follow it, for they do not like to be disturbed at home, and they will throw a spell over the stranger so that he is bewildered and loses his way, and even if he does at last get back to the settlement he is like one dazed ever after. Sometimes, also, they come near a house at night and the people inside hear them talking, but they must not go out, and in the morning they find the corn gathered or the field cleared as if a whole force of men had been at work. If anyone should go out to watch, he would die.
When a hunter finds anything in the woods, such as a knife or a trinket, he must say, 'Little People, I would like to take this' because it may belong to them, and if he does not ask their permission they will throw stones at him as he goes home.
      Some Little People are black, some are white and some are golden like the Cherokee. Sometimes they speak in Cherokee, but at other times they speak their own 'Indian' language. Some call them "Brownies".
From ans article, "Native American Lore"

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Thousands of Pygmy Graves Discovered in Ohio

Thousands of Pygmy Graves Discovered in Ohio
Living side by side with a giant race

In the ancient world, there is a connection between the giant race and that of a smaller pygmy, dwarf or elf-like race.  The pipe above is from a burial mound in Ohio that has been determined by archaeologists as "fanciful."  but, maybe there is more reality connected to this pipe than scientist are willing to admit.

Centennial History of Coshocton, County Ohio  1909

The missionary, Zeisberger, noted a hundred and thirty three years ago the numerous signs of an ancient race here.  He referred particularly to the cemetery containing thousands of graves near the mound three miles south of Coshocton.
  The skeletons reduced to chalky ashes, were three to four and a half feet long, smaller than the Indian  or mound skeletons.  These pygmies have led to much conjecture.  Thus far no definite conclusion is recorded in any of the notices of this ancient city of the dead.
   Skulls were described "as triangular in shape, much flattened at the sides and back, though not with the slant-brow of the Flat Head Indians seen in the West. A hole pierced the back of the head.  The bones were displaced, the skull being found with the pelvis, from which it is inferred that the body was dismembered before burial.
     The long rows of graves of the pygmy race at Coshocton were regularly arranged with heads to the west, a circumstance which has given rise to the theory that these people were sun-worshippers, facing the daily approach of the sun god over the eastern hills. In this respect, however, there is no resemblance to the various positions of the skeletons found in our mounds.
   The iron nails mentioned by Hildreth as found in this ancient cemetery take on added interest in view of the discovery in a mound near Cincinnati, reported by F.W. Putnam, curator of then Peabody Museum.  Masses of meteoric iron were found on an alter, with bars of iron and other objects made of metal.
  The thousands of graves point only to the conclusion that the country around was the seat of a large population

Thousands of Pygmy Graves Discovered in Ohio

Living side by side with a giant race

Near this large burial mound, that can still be seen today, was the graveyard that contained the pygmy or Elf race

Centennial  History of Coshocton, County Ohio  1909

Howes's Historical Collections, Institution, quoted from Dr. Hildreth's description in Sillmans Journal, 1835.  This also mentions an ancient cemetery of pygmies near St. Louis.  There the skeletons were found in stone sepulchers, while those in Coshocton, Ohio were in wooden coffins.

Coshocton County, Ohio

Centennial History 1911 
     The facts known to us are that this burial ground covered about ten acres, that before it had been disturbed by the cultivation of the soil it exhibited regular rows of little mounds such as mark graves in the present day, covering almost the entire surface of the ten acres, that on excavating human bones were found, lying in proper place with feet to the east, and covering a space about four to four and a half feet in length, that on exposure to the air the bones immediately disintegrated, that in one or two cases the body bore evidence of having been fastened together with iron nails

Giant Human Remains

Centennial  History of Coshocton, County Ohio  1909
    Fifty-four years ago a stone mound was opened on a hilltop near the Coloel's house.  A rock pile eighteen feet square and five feet deep, composed  of sandstone layers, was removed, revealing a sepulcher floored with large flat sandstone, and walled with sandstone slabs.  On the floor lay part of a skull, a thigh bone, teeth and a few other fragments of skeleton.  The thigh bone indicated the dead to have been of unusual height, more than seven feet.  In addition, a "plum-bob" is similar to those in the Scioto Valley."
     About seventy years ago a small mound near  Plainfield was opened by J.D. Workman, who found stone relics.  Another mound was opened two miles below by Wesley Pattrick, who found a skull and thigh exceptionally large.

Blood Path to Venerated Spring

   On Howard Millrs farm in Keene Twp., a few miles from Coshocton, is a circle that has excited much interest in this county's ancient earthworks.  There is an opening in the circle, and the plow, usually the destroyer, was in this instance a discoverer; for it came upon a path of red stone leading from the opening in the circle down to the spring.  The blood-red path has the appearance of burnt stone, according to some observers, but is unlike the red sandstone found elsewhere in the county.

On the plains of Linton Township, at the cross roads half a mile southwest of Plainfield, there was once a square of several acres which, it was related, was enclosed by four embankments six feet high, now plowed down.

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The square is still slightly visible southwest of Plainfiels