Friday, June 10, 2016

Mass Grave of Nephilim Giants Uncovered Near Cincinnati, Ohio

Mass Grave of  Nephilim Giants Uncovered Near Cincinnati, Ohio

Earthworks once were numerous in present day Cincinnati, Ohio. Giant human skeletons were unearthed numerous times while the city expanded.  




History of Clermont County, Ohio 1880

In this connection it might be well to remark that there are several prehistoric cemeteries in this county. The most prominent ones are located near the Miami Township cemetery, on the Cincinnati Turnpike, on the farm of Oliver Perin, in Union Township, and on the farm of Moses Eltunun, Esq., in the same township. In all of these implements are found in connection with the skeletons. The one on the farm of Moses Elstun, Esq., is situated on what is called “Sand Ridge,” which runs at right angles with the east fork. In this cemetery the skeletons are found about two feet below the surface, in a cist. On the farm of Daniel Turner, at the mouth of Dry Run, is one, which, as to the number of skeletons found in it, is the largest of any found so far in the county. It is situated on the brow of the hill, overlooking the east fork valley, at an elevation of two hundred feet above it. This area is about forty feet square, enclosed by flat stones set on edge. This cemetery seems to be a large ditch, in which the bodies have been buried, one on top of the other, to the depth of five feet, and over which is a stratum of earth two feet in thickness.
     In the skeletons found in the above mounds, etc., there is a similarity. The forehead is low, making the facial angle less than the negro, and the maxillary bones are unusually large, and so are the femur, which would, in proportion, make a man eight feet in height. One of the largest skeletons noted by the writer was found in the Sand Ridge Cemetery. The skull was in a good state of preservation, together with the teeth; all the rest of the bones were decomposed, with the exception of the femurs, which was unusually large. The cranium, etc., are now in the possession of the Ohio Medical College, at Cincinnati, Ohio.

(These skull types are consistent with other Nephilim remains found across the world that have "archaic" type skulls)