Thursday, December 15, 2016

Blonde Haired Mummies With Fine Hair Discovered in a Tennessee Cave

Blonde Haired Mummies With Fine Hair Discovered in a Tennessee Cave


This is a blonde haired mummy from Peru. Archaeological finds of Caucasian peoples in North America have been covered up in the name of Political Correctness. 

Smithsonian Contribution to Knowledge, 1880


    Haywood relates that, in the spring of the year 1811, the remains of two human beings were found in a copperas cave in Warren County, in West Tennessee, about fifteen miles southwest from Sparta, and twenty miles from McMinnville. One of them was a male, the other a female. They were interred in baskets made of cane curiously wrought, and evidencing considerable mechanical skill. They were both dislocated at the hip-joint, and were placed erect in the baskets, with a covering of cane made to fit the enclosure in which they were placed. The flesh of their bodies was undecayed, of a brown color, and adherent to the bones and sinews. Around the female, next to the body, was wrapped a well-dressed doe-skin ; next to this was a mat very curiously wrought from the bark of a tree, and feathers. The bark seemed to have been made into small strands, well twisted. Around each of these strands feathers were rolled, and the whole was woven into cloth of a fine texture, after the manner of our common, coarse fabrics. This mat was about three feet wide, and between six and seven feet in length. The whole of the fabric thus formed of bark was completely covered by the feathers, the body of it being about one-eighth of an inch in thickness, and the feathers extending about one-quarter of an inch from the strand to which they were attached. The appearance was highly diversified by green, yellow, and black feathers, presenting different shades of color when exposed to the sunlight in different positions. The next covering was an undressed doe-skin, around which was rolled, in good order, a plain shroud, manufactured after the same plan as the one ornamented with feathers. This article resembled very much, in its texture, the bags generally used for the purpose of holding coffee exported from Havana to the United States. The female had in her hand a fan formed of the tail feathers of a turkey, bound with buckskin strings and scarlet-colored hair, so as to open and shut readily. The hair of the mummies was still remaining upon their heads, and was of a yellow cast and of very fine texture.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Romano-Jewish Historian Josephus Described the Strange Appearance of the Nephilim Giants

Romano-Jewish  Historian Josephus Described the Strange Appearance of the Nephilim Giants

Flavius Josephus wrote in the 2nd century, "There were till then left the race of giants, who had bodies so large, and countenances so entirely different from other men, that they were surprising to the sight.....the bones of these men are still shown to this very day, unlike any credible relations to other men."   

The Giants of Wales by Chris Grooms

Carthage, North Africa 

And in the time of Hadrrian the Emperor, there was raised from the earth, in a place called Messana, the body of the giant called Ida, who was twenty feet in length and who had a double sets of teeth or teeth or two rows of teeth still standing completely preserved in his head or in his gums.



Worlds Before Our Own, By Brad Steiger published by Berkley Publishing

The Babylonian Talmud, a Jewish sacred book, refers to a giant possessing the same twin set of dentures. 

One Historical Account of Giants in Ohio with Double Rows of Teeth

Ironton Register, 1892 
     Where Proctorville now stands was one day part of a well paved city, but I think the greater part of it is now in the Ohio River. Only a few mounds, there; one of which was near the C. Wilgus mansion and contained a skeleton of a very large person, all double teeth, and sound, in a jaw bone that would go over the jaw with the flesh on, of a large man; the common burying ground was well filled with skeletons at a depth of about 6 feet. Part of the pavement was of boulder stone and part of well preserved brick.



Monday, December 12, 2016

Neanderthal Skull 50,000 Years Old Discovered on a Kansas Farm

 Neanderthal Skull 50,000 Years Old Discovered on a Kansas Farm



Skull pictured on the bottom is that found in Kansas that was described as thick walled with a protruding brow ridge.

Marion Daily Star, April 7, 1902

When the skull was
found, it was not thought to have any scientific value. Several days ago M. C. Long curator of the Kansas City public museum, and Edwin Butts, civil engineer for the Metropolitan Street Railway company, both enthusiastic archaeologist, went to the place of the discovery and secured the fragments of the skeleton and brought them to Kansas City. Both Mr. Long and Mr. Butts are enthusiastic over the discovery. From the appearance of the skull and its position in the earth they are convinced it is that of a glacial man. If this fact be established, it will be the first proof of the kind found on the North American continent.


The find was made on the farm of Thomas and M. Cohncannon. They were digging
a tunnel into a great hill on their farm with the purpose of using the excavation as a 
storage place for apples and other fruits. They dug directly into the side of the hill. The 
skull was found about sixty-five feet in. Other bones of the skeleton were beside it. 
One of the farmers drove a pickax through the skull in loosening it from its stony bed, 
and later bones fell on it, so that it was broken into half a dozen pieces, but Mr. Long has
cemented it together. The skull is that of a man with hardly any forehead. Directly back from
the eyes recedes the frontal bone. The fragments found show he had a big jaw. The skull
 is very thick and strong, and its back part is broad and well developed. The phrenologist 
avert that this development at the back shows an abnormal nature. But there is no noble dome,no high and rounding forehead, that shows the development of intelligence.

The skull practically intact, a portion of the lower jaw, a part of a thigh bone and several other  fragments were found. The bones indicate the man to have been large. The head is small. The orbits  for the eyes are close together and appear exceptionally large. Over the orbits are well-developed ridges that probably denote perceptive faculties. The bones were found huddled together. They lay partially imbedded in hardpan. A close and exhaustive investigation showed that the various strata of rocks and  soils and the “water marks” had never been disturbed vertically and neither had there been anylateral disturbance of the hill. The skeleton evidently had been deposited there before the great mass of rock and soil above and about it. Had mound builders or Indians ever dug deep into the hill
they could not have avoided leaving traces of their excavation.


“When we first heard of the find, we deemed it the usual story of a ‘mound burial,’
said Mr. Long the other day. “our investigation shows beyond all doubt that is a skeleton of a
 man of the glacial period.. After a most exhaustive investigation, Mr. Butts and I reached the conclusion the skeleton was deposited there during the glacial period or drift. How long ago the ice period was is not definitely known; 50, 00 years, perhaps much longer.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

The Giant Nephilim Skeletons Discovered in Northern Ohio

The Nephilim Skeletons Discovered in Northern Ohio





History of the Maumee River Basin, 1905

Defiance County, Ohio,                                                                                                          

A mound was found on the high south bank of the Maumee River, a few rods west of the middle north and south line of section twenty and seven of Defiance Township… This mound was about four feet above the surrounding land, about thirty feet in diameter. Brice, who gave the writer this information, opened this mound in the year 1824. A small quantity of bony fragments were found which readily crumbled between the fingers on being handled. Human teeth were found, some of which were of large size.


History of Fulton County, Ohio, 1905

     Of the works examined in this county, those most worthy of mention are situated on the farm of the late Hon. D. W. H. Howard, in section 9, Pike Township. These mounds were explored during the summer of 1892.These mounds are in a group of twelve in number, of which eleven are located and clearly identical and the site of the twelfth is plainly indicated… The mound mentioned as being located in the public road is, as stated above, entirely obliterated, but in an early day Col. Howard found in its center a circle of stones about four feet diameter, containing within the circle about a bushel of charcoal and ashes. The stones are what are known as “nigger heads.”Nearly all of these mounds were opened and examined by judge Handy, and the report of two of them we will give in the judge’s own language. Of one he calls Mound No. 7 he writes, “Sandy soil, light yellow sand: about eighteen inches from surface found longest thigh bones yet discovered. No trace of fire-no disturbance of soil here to fore-bones crumbled on exposure-highest of the mounds-found near center skeleton with his head to the north, lying on his back and limbs extended-near hem found skeleton No. 2, with head to the east and lying on his face. Both being large men.About another mound in this group it was written: “The part of the skull above the nasal bones was well preserved, and compared with the skull of an Indian found intrusively buried in neighboring mound, was a distinctly different type of man.

Skulls from Northern Ohio with Maritime Archaic tool kits.  Many of the skulls from northern Ohio were described as having  "primitive" characteristics of a sloping forehead and protruding brow ridge.


Newark Daily Advocate, (Newark, Ohio) August 14, 1902

SkeletonFound in Bed of Sand in Northwestern Ohio-Man was Eight Feet High    Bowling Green, O., Aug. 14-While excavating for sand for building on the Charles Whirmer farm, Wm. Jones unearthed the skeleton of a gigantic man. It is in a fair state of preservation and will be preserved, as it is thought that it may have some scientific value.The skeleton was found in a sitting posture, and when the bones were placed in a horizontal position they indicated that the height of the man in life must have been over eight feet. The head is of enormous size, being 12 inches in diameter.It is believed that it is the skeleton of a member of a prehistoric race of giants. Further excavations will be made to see if other graves cannot be found.

Burial mounds in Northern Ohio varied in size from small dome shaped to large conical mounds. This set of 5 mounds is located on Nettles Lake in Williams County, Ohio. Photo from "The Nephilim Chronicles: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley."


History of the County of Williams, Ohio, 1905

On fractioned section 12, about 2 miles north of Montpelier, two large mounds which were six on seven feet in height and fifty or sixty feet in diameter… taking there from two skeletons, one very large and the other of ordinary size.


American Antiquarian, Vol., 3, 1880

  “A skeleton which is reported to have been of enormous dimensions” was found in a clay coffin, with a sandstone slab containing hieroglyphs during mound explorations by Dr. Everhart near Zanesville, Ohio.A mound near Toledo, Ohio held 20 skeletons, seated and facing east with jaws and teeth “twice as large as those of present day people” and beside each was a large bowl with “curiously wrought hieroglyphic figures.”


History of Lorain County, Ohio, 1879
Their mounds are a proof of their existence, for their character and the place and mode of their erection attest the handiwork of intelligent beings, while the bones, weapons of warfare, stone implements and arrow heads which have been discovered and are still found buried in these earthworks, furnish a still stronger proof of the existence of a pre-historic people. The skeleton remains of human beings of almost gigantic proportions were exhumed from their ancient cemeteries by the first settlers. The Indians, disclaiming them as kindred, could give no information in regard to them.”

American Antiquarian, Vol. 13, 1890
Bones in a Gravel Bed-- Some workmen in Auglaize County, Ohio, recently came across some human bones in a bed of gravel. Mr. Charles Jones, a well-known and wealthy landowner of Spencerville, Allen County, says of the discovery:
“There was a remarkable discovery of prehistoric remains in our section the other day. The instance came under my own observation. Last week I had occasion to visit the farm of IHemley, about two miles west of Kossuth, just across the border in Auglaize County. Some workmen were engaged in digging a well, and had descended to a depth of 32 feet, when they struck a gravel drift, from which they exhumed a skull, 38 inches in circumference. Further down the other bones were found. There can be no doubt as to the kind of remains. The thigh bone measured three feet two inches long. All the bones were in an excellent state of preservation, and were probably those of a prehistoric warrior who was killed in battle, as the skull seemed to have been crushed with a blunt instrument. The whole skeleton measured eight feet eleven and one-half inches in height, and when clothed in flesh must have been a tremendously powerful man. A huge stone ax weighing twenty-seven pounds and a flint spear head of seventeen pounds weight were found with the bones, and were, no doubt, swayed by the giant with the greatest ease. A copper medallion, engraved with several strange characters, was also found with the bones. This is a startling discovery. The scientific value of the discovery is also considerable, and may lead to some interesting developments.


Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Roman Coin Discovered in Texas Burial Mound

Roman Coin Discovered in Texas Burial Mound


The Daily Herald (Chicago, Ill) December 24, 1976
  Austin, Tex. (UPI) The discovery of a dime sized piece of metal in an Indian mound is causing some consternation among anthropologists.
   The COIN minted in London in 313-314 A.D., is found so frequently in Europe it is not worth faking, said dr. John Kroll, assistant professor of classics at the university. It is inscribed in one side with the head of a young emperor wearing the laurel crown and the other side with the sun.  it was worth a nickel in its time and the only about $10.00 today. but Epstein said, "For my purposes, it's invaluable.'