Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Ancient Dwarf and Giants Buried Together on a Hill Overlooking the Missouri River

Ancient Dwarf and Giants Buried Together on a Hill Overlooking the Missouri River

The Cook County Herald, Oct. 24, 1903

Prehistoric Cemetery

     Workmen terracing King hill, an old landmark of the northwestern Missouri which is to be converted into a residential suburb of St. Joseph, have unearthed a prehistoric cemetery.  The remains of a race of dwarfs, not allied with any tribe known to have inhabited this territory, and unnaccounted for by Indian legendary repose on the summit of King hill. A feature remarkable in itself and especially marked in connection with the dwarfish remnants of a prehistoric man found on the summit is the discovery of human bones, evidently those of a giant, probably more than seven feet tall and big boned.  Low flat heads with small intelligence and marked animal propensities, characterized this people.  Heavy jaws and strong, well preserved teeth carry the records of their lives forward.  Brutes, human but not inhumane, self reliant, they are savages of a lower order than are known today. Yet, they honored their dead.  Shells such as are found on the banks of many inland streams, plentiful on the sandbars of the Missouri, overlooked by King hill, and the stones of unusual hues, worthless in the commercial marts of today, the play things of children, were deposited in the graves

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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Ancient Giantess Nephilim Queen of the Little Miami River: Her Ancient Tomb is Discovered in Warren County, Ohio

Ancient Giantess  Nephilim Queen of the Little Miami River:
 Her Tomb is Discovered in Warren County, Ohio

The Middleton, Ohio Daily News Signal,    March 21, 1908


Found in Gravel Bank on Warren County Farm

    Yesterday when digging into a gravel bank on his farm near Stubbtown, in Warren County, John Watkins discovered the burial grounds.

   The skeleton of a huge woman was unearthed.  It measured seven feet and five inches in length. About her neck were ropes of pearls and in her tomb other articles of value. Much excitement was aroused among the farmers in the vicinity and further excavation brought to light many other skeletons of this extinct race.  Some were found in sitting positions and some on their faces.  Watkins will try to interest the Ohio Archaeological Society in his find.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Megalithic Mounds and Stone Circles Described in the Biblical Levant

Megalithic Mounds and Stone Circles Described in the Biblical Levant

     In Mr. Harper's very interesting book, " The Bible and Modern Discoveries," he says on page 112 — " Scattered all over the Sinai peninsula are rude stone buildings. They call these stone buildings Nawamis. They are rude in construction, circular at base, rising like a cone, and having a very small entrance door." The beehive huts in Portland seem to be identical in construction with them. Mr. Harper says that " stone circles, like the so-called Druidical circles, are frequently found." Writing about the examination of the ruins of Heshbon, on page 124, he says — " On the hilltop, they found the oldest stone monuments as yet found in Syria. Cromlechs were numerous. Ruins of a cairn with a circle of stones of moderate size surrounding it — the circle 40 feet in diameter. Lower down the hill another circle, 200 yards in diameter, consisting of two rows of stones, with an interval of eight feet between them. There is a second group of cromlechs on the north side of Wady Heshbon, about a mile away. All these, 16 in number, are so placed as to obtain a view of the hill east of them; and all are placed on the east slope, none on the west. All this points to the fact that Heshbon was a sacred mountain, and that the cromlechs were built facing it, in positions whence the sacred center might be seen with the sun rising behind it." The orientation of Stonehenge is admittedly similar to the work at Heshbon just mentioned.

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Monday, August 1, 2016

Large Skeletons Discovered in Stone Burial Mounds, South Of the Newark, Ohio Earthworks

Large Skeletons Discovered in Stone Burial Mounds, South Of the Newark, Ohio Earthworks

The large skeleton was found in a burial mound inside of a large henge (Sun Temple) to the northeast of this large burial mound next to the Fairmount Church in Licking County.

Ohio Historical and Archaeological Society Bulletin, 1900 

     Among the most elaborate and extensive of these works were those on the high hill, the most elevated ground in the vicinity, a short distance north of Amsterdam, near to, and in a  northeasterly direction from the Fairmount church in Licking township. These consisted of a circular wall or embankment, now only a few feet high, enclosing an area of about eight acres. On the outside of this wall is a ditch eight or ten feet feet in width, which was made by throwing the earth out to make the embankment. These works have been plowed over many times, and are gradually disappearing. Within this enclosure there stood, near its center, and within one hundred feet of each other, three mounds, two being of stone. One of the stone mounds had a diameter at the base of forty-five feet, and the other two mounds of thirty feet ; all were about twenty-five feet in height. The two stone mounds were removed many years ago bv Mr. John Cover, who found in the large one some skeletons within three feet of the surface of the ground, which must have belonged to persons of very large size. The stone in these mounds were not of large size, and the earth, after their removal, was very black, and gave indications of the presence of fire before and soon after the commencement f the mounds; perhaps upon the first layer of stone, or more likely, upon altars which had been erected, and upon which sacrifices had been offered as an act of worship, as was the practice of some ancient nations.