Friday, March 7, 2014

Your Daily Giant 4/5/2013

Today's Daily Giant comes from our friends at the Smithsonian Institution. Today I will act like the drug lord throwing around 100 dollar bills at the high end restaurant. Because I have so many Giant accounts I will brazenly burn up three in one post. I know readers will say, you will regret this in August 2021 when you run out of these accounts. From the Annual Report of the board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution for the year 1877, pgs 260, 274 and 276 the following is reported. A 15 pound axe in Dr. Everett's collection from Illinois is said to be so large that, "only a giant could have wielded it." Dr. Everhart was connected to several giant skeleton finds, several over 9 feet and at least 2 accounts where strange hieroglyphs were found. On page 274 we find, "One of them was in the grave of a giant, for a large man could pass the jawbone around his face and the thigh bone was four inches longer than that of a man six feet two inches high." Then on page 276 we find, "It was found lying in a grave by the side of a huge skeleton, much taller than the current race of men. The Smithsonian is reporting the same information as hundreds of other accounts, giant artifacts, giant skeletons and giant jawbones that the finder could pass over their face. These accounts clearly speak for themselves.

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