Thursday, March 16, 2017
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
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
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.
Monday, March 6, 2017
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
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.