Saturday, April 22, 2017

Megalithic Bible: Jacob's Pillar of Stone

Megalithic Bible: Jacob's Pillar of Stone

Jacobs Erects and Worships a Pillar of Stone

    Early accounts of the Megalithic Religion can be found with the story of Jacob in the Book of Genesis (circa 1900 B.C.). “Genesis 28: 18 “And Jacob rose up early in the morning, and took the stone that he had put for his pillows, and set it up for a pillar, and poured oil upon the top of it.' Genesis 31 “Then Jacob took a stone and set it up as a pillar. Jacob said to his kinsmen, "Gather stones." So they took stones and made a heap, and they ate there by the heap. Now Laban called it Jegar-sahadutha, but Jacob called it Galeed.”

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Large Skeleton Discovered in an Ancient Burial Ground in Knox County, Indiana

Large Skeleton Discovered in an Ancient Burial Ground in Knox County, Indiana



History of Knox and Daviess Counties, 1886
    Numerous relics of the Indians and Mound Builders are found in this township, particularly near Gray's pond. Dr. Pugh, of Oaktown has some fine specimens found there in an old burying ground. Among then are three open dishes like a wash basin, very perfect, three bottle shaped vessels with necks, two whetstones, one image, one pestle, several arrow heads, stone hatchets, a large number of human bones. One large skeleton was found in a sitting posture, which bore evidence of rank.


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Friday, April 14, 2017

Large Human Skeletons Discovered With the Shriveled Hand of a Child in Jay County, Indiana

Large Human Skeletons Discovered With the Shriveled Hand of a Child in Jay County, Indiana



A single mound of three is still visible in Jay County. The mound was constructed on the shore of an ancient lake; the opposite shore line can be seen in the distance.

History of Randolph County, Indiana, 1885

Jay County

    In a ditch dug by Joseph Stevens, in the northeast part of Green Township, nearly south of Powers Station, to drain a pond, great numbers of human bones were taken out, many being of unusual size. The jawbones were full of teeth. There was found also what seemed to be a shriveled hand, like that of a little child.


Thursday, April 13, 2017

Mr. Mock from Indiana Goes to the Smithsonian to Talk Relics and Giants. Hmmm

Mr. Mock from Indiana Goes to the Smithsonian to Talk Relics and Giants.  Hmmm




Evening Star, September 14, 1897, 
      M.G. Mock of Muncie Ind., who has a large collection of Indian and Mound builders relic and curiosities, was at the Smithsonian Institution yesterday. Mr. Mock has probably 10,000 objects in his collection, which he has gotten together simply to gratify a taste of his own in this regard. He has been making the collection for thirteen years and is exceedingly proud of his acquisitions. Whenever Mr. Mock is in Washington he visits the Smithsonian to have a chat with the heads of the department of prehistoric anthropology, compare notes with them and examine any new objects of interest which have been secured by the institution since his previous visit.  Mr. Mock has been in mounds in many of the states, delving for the relics of the mysterious race who buried their dead and then erected the mounds as monuments. The more prominent the persons are, too, the more relics are found about them.  Pottery is often found in the mounds, but is generally in imperfect condition. Some of the skeletons found in the mounds have been those of men of gigantic proportions, seven feet or more in height." Mr. Mock is a prominent member of the Order of Red Men and was passing through Washington to attend the convention in Philadelphia.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Ancient Mass Grave That Included Women and Children Described in Dearborn County, Indiana

Ancient Mass Grave That Included Women and Children Described in Dearborn County, Indiana



History of Dearborn and Ohio Counties, Indiana, 1885 
      There is a large mound in Mr. Allen's field about twenty feet high, sixty feet in diameter at the base, which contains a greater proportion of bones than anyone I ever before examined, as almost every shovel full of dirt would contain several fragments of a human skeleton. When on Whitewater, I obtained the assistance of several of the inhabitants for the purpose of making a thorough examination of the internal structure of these monuments of the ancient populousness of the country. We examined from fifteen to twenty. In some, whose height was from ten to fifteen feet, we could not find more than four or five skeletons. In one not the least appearance of a human bone was to be found. Others were so full of bones, as to warrant the belief that they originally contained at least 100 dead bodies of children of different ages and the full grown, appeared to have been piled together promiscuously. We found several skulls, leg and thigh bones, which plainly indicate their possessors were men of gigantic stature. The skull of one skeleton was one-fourth of an inch thick; and the teeth were remarkably even, sound and handsome, all firmly planted. The fore teeth were very deep and not so wide as those of the generality of the white people. Indeed, there seemed a great degree of regularity in the form of the teeth in all the mounds." 


Thursday, March 16, 2017

Large Human Skeleton Discovered at the New Castle, Indiana Earthwork Complex

Large Human Skeleton Discovered at the New Castle, Indiana Earthwork Complex




Biographical Memoirs of Henry County Indiana, 1902 
  William H. Albright remained upon the home farm during his youth and attained a fair education in the common schools of his neighborhood. He has taken much interest in the investigation of the noted mounds, one which he opened containing the skeleton of a giant human being. The lower jaw was large enough to fit over ‘an ordinary man’s head, while the other bones were proportionate in size. The skull was a half inch in thickness and under it were found twelve flint arrow heads.

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

9 Foot Human Giant Uncovered Near Muncie, Indiana

9 Foot Human Giant Uncovered Near Muncie, Indiana

Quarterly Magazine Now and Then, 1888 
The Muncie Daily Times a year or two ago stated that "One of these mounds located three miles from Muncie was opened not long ago and found to be 9 Foot Human Giant Uncovered Near Muncie, Indiana" This "big Indian story" would be hard to believe if giants about as great in stature did not exist in recent times.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Babylonian Swastikas as Sun Symbols to the Missouri Sioux Hopewell



The Swastika as a sun symbol dates to the Bronze Age was introduced to the Sioux Hopewell by Eastern Mediterranean metal traders.  Note that the 5 holes represent another Bronze Age sun symbol of the Sun Cross.  

History of Dunklin County, Missouri 1896

     The mounds and other ancient earthworks constructed by this people are abundant in Southeastern Missouri. Some are quite large, but the greater part of them are small and inconspicuous.
     Along nearly all of the watercourses that are large enough to be navigated by a canoe, the mounds are almost invariably found, so that when one places himself in such position as to command the grandest river scenery he is almost sure to discover that he is standing upon one of these ancient tunnels, or in close proximity thereto. The human skeletons, with skulls differing from those of the Indians that are found in these mounds are usually accompanied by pottery and various ornaments and utensils showing considerable mechanical skill.
Their axes were of stone, and their military works works were such as a people would erect who had just passed to the pastoral state of society from that dependent alone from hunting and fishing. They were no doubt idolaters, and it has been conjectured that the sun was the object their adoration. The mounds were generally built in a situation affording a view of the rising sun; when enclosed in walls their gateways were toward the east and finally medals have been found representing the sun rays of light. Dunklin County is especially rich field for the archaeologists. Situated on the farm of C.V. Langdon, one mile south of Cotton Plant, is one of the largest mounds in the county, adjoining are smaller ones.

      In the north part, and, in fact, nearly all over the county at comparatively short distances, these mounds are very noticeable. Extra large-sized human bones, skulls, earthen pots, rude ornaments, and various implements have been exhumed from many of these mounds.


Monday, March 6, 2017

10 Foot Nephilim Giants Discovered in Missouri 40 Feet Deep in the Ground

10 Foot Nephilim Giants Discovered in Missouri 40 Feet Deep in the Ground




Marietta Daily Leader, (Marietta, Ohio) December 2, 1900
FIND BONES OF A GIANT RACE
Skeletons of Prehistoric Men, ten Feet Tall, Dug Up in Missouri
      The fossils of three human beings, evidently prehistoric giants were found near Monteseno, Mo., the other day by C.H. Beehler, a farmer, at the depth of 40 feet. The size of the skulls indicates that the bodies must have been at least ten feet high, and the bones, resembling those of a human skeleton, seem to bear out this theory.

Beehler has quite a collection of fossils relics which he has found at various times in this vicinity, which is alive with them. He is confident that he has discovered the missing link, and intends to submit his find to the professors of Washington university in St. Louis to see if they sustain his theory.


Friday, March 3, 2017

Eight Giant Human Skeletons Uncovered Near Springfield, Missouri

Eight Giant Human Skeletons Uncovered Near Springfield, Missouri



Santa Cruz Sentinel, (Santa Cruz, California) January 13, 1935
Eight giant human skeletons arranged in four layers were discovered in a shallow Indian mound near Springfield, Mo. The new finds may shed new light on the religious customs of the prehistoric people of that region.

Human Skulls With Skulls Different from Native American Discovered in Missouri.

Human Skulls With Skulls Different from Native American Discovered in Missouri.
Many of the giant skulls discovered in the burial mounds were described as being more "Archaic" like those of the European Cro-magnon



History of Dunklin County, Missouri 1896
    The mounds and other ancient earthworks constructed by this people are abundant in Southeastern Missouri. Some are quite large, but the greater part of them are small and inconspicuous.
     Along nearly all of the watercourses that are large enough to be navigated by a canoe, the mounds are almost invariably found, so that when one places himself in such position as to command the grandest river scenery he is almost sure to discover that he is standing upon one of these ancient tunnels, or in close proximity thereto. The human skeletons, with skulls differing from those of the Indians that are found in these mounds are usually accompanied by pottery and various ornaments and utensils showing considerable mechanical skill.
Their axes were of stone, and their military works works were such as a people would erect who had just passed to the pastoral state of society from that dependent alone from hunting and fishing. They were no doubt idolaters, and it has been conjectured that the sun was the object their adoration. The mounds were generally built in a situation affording a view of the rising sun; when enclosed in walls their gateways were toward the east and finally medals have been found representing the sun rays of light. Dunklin County is especially rich field for the archaeologists. Situated on the farm of C.V. Langdon, one mile south of Cotton Plant, is one of the largest mounds in the county, adjoining are smaller ones.

      In the north part, and, in fact, nearly all over the county at comparatively short distances, these mounds are very noticeable. Extra large-sized human bones, skulls, earthen pots, rude ornaments, and various implements have been exhumed from many of these mounds.


Thursday, March 2, 2017

9 Foot Nephilim Sun Worshipper Uncovered South of Kansas City, Missouri

9 Foot Nephilim Sun Worshipper Uncovered South of Kansas City, Missouri



Many of the giant Nephilim were buried in a sitting position facing the east.

Butler Weekly Times., October 10, 1883,

A Giant Skeleton.
    George Arnold, 'a farm hand in the employ of Franklin Boots, who lives about fifteen miles west of this city, made a discovery which has excited wide-spread interest in this country. The object of this interest is the skeleton of what once was a man of gigantic proportions, which was uncovered in a gravel pit on Mr Boot's farm. The skeleton was found in a sitting posture facing the east, and about six feet from the surface. Some of the bodes were badly broken by the caving in of the bank but the skull and some- of the larger hones were taken out in tact, and from them may be easily realized tile gigantic statue of the being to whom they once gave sup port. A measurement of the skull from front to rear, the rule passing through the eye socket to the back of the head, shows it to have been about sixteen inches, while the inferior maxillary was eight and one half inches, showing that the brain must have weighed tour and one half to five pounds. Careful measurements of the other bones establish the fact that the man when alive was not less than nine feet in height and large in proportion. From the appearence of the teeth, which are very large, and do not show the slightest sign of decay, although wore down almost to the bones of the jaw, the man could not have been less than 100 years old when he died, and it course he might have been much older. The bones ot the lower jaw are very large and thick, showing a strong muscular development in that organ which is far beyond anything of the present day. How long ago the body of this giant was interred where it was unearthed, or to what tribe or nation he belonged when he trod the earth in all the majesty of his strength it is impossible to say, but it must have been ages ago as all the indications show that the soil where the remains was discovered had not been disturbed for many generations. Steps have been taken to have casts made of the bones and they will be placed either in the state collection or some other college museums. 


Wednesday, March 1, 2017

The Great War to Exterminate the Ancient Giants in the Ohio Valley

The Great War to Exterminate the Ancient Giants in the Ohio Valley



History of Marietta and Washington County, Ohio 1902
     
    The history of this West is a long history of war, from the earliest days even to our own century. This territory between the Alleghenies and the Mississippi is one of the greatest battlefields in the world. It is certainly the oldest and most renowned in our America. The first of our race to enter it looked ‘with wondering eyes upon the monstrous earthen forts of a prehistoric race whom we have named from the relics they left behind the Mound Builders.” Of this race the Indians knew nothing, save what the legends handed down by their fathers told of a race of giants which was driven out of the Central West, and sent flying down the Ohio and Mississippi to reappear no more in human history. Antiquarians find that these forts and mausoleums reveal little in addition to the bloody story told by crude implements of war, of Old. unhappy, far off things And battles long ago. In certain instances great piles of human bones are found at strategic revetment angles where heaviest attack was made and stoutest resistance encountered. Here bones are some times found pierced by death-dealing arrow heads. What power hurled the flints of these warriors of prehistoric days? The Indian legend, that they were giants in strength, is easily believed. Nowhere else on the continent are found such forts as were ‘built by these ancient defenders of the Central 
West.


Friday, February 17, 2017

Neanderthal Looking Skulls Discovered in Jay County, Indiana


Neanderthal Looking Skulls Discovered in Jay County, Indiana

     It is the opinion of some who have given the subject some study that the Twin Hills, situated just northwest of this city, was the burial place of Chief Godfrey and his Indian followers in this vicinity. In the last few weeks more than twenty-five skeletons have been unearthed. Many of the skeletons have been found buried in sitting postures facing each other, and there is evidence of fire, which many believe indicates this race gave burned offerings to their gods. Charred bones have been found between the graves. It is believed these bones are of animals.

    Some are of the opinion that the skeletons are those of the mound builders. The skeletons taken from the hills seem to differ from most of the skeletons that are being found in this part of the country. No ornaments are buried with them, much as been found buried with other skeletons believed to be those of the Indians. In m any other graves have been found stone pipes and tomahawks.
Exhibits Skull


    O.O. Clayton, city engineer, has been exhibiting a skull in the streets of the city which is of queer shape. The skull was large but not as large as many that have been found in the hills lately, he said. The front part of the head sloped back almost straight. The teeth were in good condition, considering the time they have been buried. Many of the skeletons and bones found now are on display in the office of the county surveyor.

Friday, February 10, 2017

Chief Cornstalk on the Ohio Mounds: "Ohio and Kentucky had once been settled by a white race"

Shawnee Chief Cornstalk Claims the Ohio Mounds Built by a White Race




Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, January 1912

1776 interview of Chief Cornstalk that wasn't published until 1816.
     "During this visit Captain William McKee, one of the officers assembled there for Hand's intended campaign, had frequent conversations with Cornstalk with reference to the antiquities of the West, in which the old chief evinced much intelligence and reflection. In reply to an inquiry respecting the mound and fort-builders, he stated that it was the current and assured tradition among his people, that Ohio and Kentucky had once been settled by a white race, possessed of arts of which the Indians had no knowledge that after many sanguinary contests with the natives, these invaders were at length exterminated. McKee inquired why the Indians had not learned these arts of those ancient white people? Cornstalk replied indefinitely, relating that the Great Spirit had once given the Indians a book which taught them all these arts; but they had lost it, and had never since regained a knowledge of them. What people were they, McKee asked, who made so many graves on the Ohio, and at other places? He declared that he did not know, and remarked that it was not his nation, or any he had been acquainted with. The Captain next practically repeated a former inquiry, by asking Cornstalk if he could tell who made those old forts, which displayed so much skill in fortifying? He answered, that he only knew that a story had been handed down from a very long ago people, that there had been a white race inhabiting the country who made the graves and forts; and, added, that some Indians, who had traveled very far west, or north-west, had found a nation or people, who lived as Indians generally do, although of a different complexion."






Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Warren County Pennsylvania Giants

Warren County Pennsylvania Giants

History of Warren County, Pennsylvania 1887
Much has been written of the mounds, fortifications, bones, relics, ect., usually supposed to have belonged to some half -civilized people of gigantic size, who lived here before the Indians, but there is very little evidence to justify the supposition.

It has been suggested that the Indians never built breastworks, and that these fortifications were beyond their patience and skill.  

Saturday, January 21, 2017

8 Dakota Sioux Gods at the Newark Octagon


8 Dakota Sioux Gods at the Newark Octagon
Wi -  The most powerful Sun god
Shkan - The sky god
Maka - The Earth Mother
Inyan - Rock and immovable things


Hanwi - Goddess of the Moon - wife of Wi

Tate -  god of the winds
Wohpe - The falling star or meteor
Wakinyan - Thunderbird





Friday, January 20, 2017

Nine Foot Nephilim Giant Discovered in Fayette County, Ohio

Nine Foot Nephilim Giant Discovered in Fayette County, Ohio




Springfield Daily Republic (Springfield, Ohio) June 5, 1888
A Giant Unearthed

Passengers arrived in Springfield on the O.S. Trains this morning, say that the skeleton of a veritable giant had been unearthed by some workman, who are engaged in digging a cistern on the farm of Louis Mallow, west of Washington Court house. Judging from the size of of the jawbone, which easily fits over the jaws of the workmen, the possessor of the skeleton must have measured eight or nine feet in height. It is not known whether the skeleton is that of an Indian or not.


Mass Grave of Nephilim Giants Uncovered by an Athens County, Ohio Road Crew

Mass Grave of Nephilim Giants Uncovered by an Athens County, Ohio Road Crew




 The Messenger-Athens, Ohio, July 5, 1970. 
     Let's hope the men who are building highways around Athens aren't superstitious because they just might upset the resting place of a long dead, super-size Indian. This fellow rests under Harmony Road where he curves eastward near the United Dairy. That's in the area where the Appalachian Highway will join Route 33 and the Stimson Avenue extension will cross the Hocking River over the structure that will replace the old East Mill Bridge. Now we really don't know if the guys with bulldozers and drag lines and earth movers are going to dig up that part of Harmony Road, but if they do, then let them be warned. Resting under that curve is believed to be an Indian whose companions were eight feet long, and he might be larger.
     Back in 1905 a county highway crew was working on Harmony Road when a large mound stood in their way, so they began excavating the obstacle and soon uncovered a burial place containing 32 skeletons. Thurman Knox was the foreman and he related the story years later to the late C. H. Harris of The Messenger, telling him the skeletons were more than eight feet tall. He also told of the workers finding arrowheads and huge clay bowls used for cooking. Over the entire mound was a foot thick layer of plastic clay in which gravel was mixed. This formed a protective covering over the entire mound, making it impervious to rainfall. Supporting this roof were clay columns of the diameter of a barrel and set on top of each other.
     Knox told Harris that when the bones of 32 men were uncovered, all but one disintegrated to dust when exposed to air. One skeleton, of a man between eight and nine feet tall was recovered almost intact. The bones of the forearm, partially eaten away, were still several inches longer than those of a large man. The jawbone, filled with perfect teeth, was so large it fitted over the jaw of a large man like a mask. The excavation at East Mill went down 15 feet and in the center of a skeleton group was found a hard clay boxlike structure about six feet wide and 12 feet long. It was never opened and now lies under the center of the road near the diary. Knox ordered his men not to disturb the burial container and the workers felt that it probably held the bones of the chiefs.



Thursday, January 19, 2017

Giant Human Skeleton Found in Fort Wayne's West Central Neighborhood's Ancient Burial Ground

Giant Human Skeleton Found in Fort Wayne's West Central Neighborhood's Ancient Burial Ground




History of Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1868
    In the extreme west end of the city [West Central] there -'was formerly an extensive bluff, perhaps some fifteen or sixteen feet higher than any other point within the present limits of Fort Wayne, which covered originally some two squares. It was, indeed, an immense sand heap. When, and how long accumulating, the ages alone can determine. The sand is of a rather fine quality, and much of it has served well, doubtless, for mortar, in building and other purposes. It extended from Wayne street, fronting and within, a few yards of the college, towards the river, a short distance below Berry street, and eastward perhaps about a square; somewhat sloping in its general character. Its highest point was at about the present terminus of Berry street. Over this knoll there extended but little vegetative life ; a few indifferent bushes here and there over it and about its margin, formed, perhaps, the principal part of its productive growth, as is usually the case with sandy points. The Indians are said to have had some huts upon it, some years ago. In removing this- great sand, heap, as in digging at other points within the present limits of Fort Wayne, the Indians having deposited their dead here and there, many bones and skulls were exhumed and removed. On one occasion, some workmen thus engaged, among many others, dug up a most remarkable skull —with high forehead and general formation extremely large — indicating a giant form to the possessor.