Monday, October 21, 2013

9 Foot Giant Nephilim is Carved from Wood by an Eyewitness to an Archaeological Dig

9 Foot Giant Nephilim is Carved from Wood by an Eyewitness to an Archaeological Dig


Mr. Huntington is standing next to the 9-foot human giant that he carved from wood. Measurements of this ancient giant that was excavated from a burial mound were confirmed by the State Geologist.

History of Cattaraugus County New York  1879
   "About two miles south of the village of Rutledge, in the town of Connewango, on lot No. 45, at a point about sixty rods east of Connewango Creek and near the residence of Norman E. Cowen, there was discovered by the first pioneers of this section a sepulcher mound, nearly circular in form, and having an entire circumference of 170 feet.  The height of the mound was about 12 feet.  Mr Cheney spoke of this work as "having the appearance of being constructed with the ditch outside of the mound as in Druid Barrows..."
   Within the mound there were discovered 9 human skeletons, which had been buried in a sitting posture and at regular intervals of space, in the form of a circle, and facing towards a common center.  There were some slight appearance that the framework had enclosed the dead at the time of their internment.  The skeletons were so far decayed as to crumble upon exposure to the atmosphere, but were all of very large size.  An osfemur (the largest found here) was 28 inches in length."
   Another find of giant skeletons was found near this site and also described in the History of Cattaraugus County.
  'On examination,' writes Mr. Older, "They proved to be skeletons entire, having been deposited there three or four feet in depth.   A remarkable characteristic of these skeletons was there enormous proportions.  Compared with my own stature and physical formation they must have been giants indeed.