Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Your Daily Giant 7/21/2013

Today's Daily Giant comes from the Historical Collections of Virginia by Henry Howe, 1852 pg 469. Another startling report buried in the back of a historical document, described in a non-sensational, matter of fact fashion. From the book,

"Human bones of extraordinary size- thigh bones three feet in length and skeletons seven feet in length- have been discovered on Flint run in this county, on Hawksbill creek, Tuscarora creek and in Hardy county. (See p. 300) Capt. Smith's "Generall Historic," vol. 1., p. 120, gives an account of a prodigious tribe of Indians, the Sasquesahanocks, whom he met with at the head of Chesapeake Bay. This relation has been rejected as incredible and considered as on a footing with the stories of Baron Munchausen, or Sinbad the Sailor; but these evidences would seem to confirm it."

When Captain John Smith first contacted a group of Native Americans in 1608, he described these people as "gyant-like." A drawing of one of the Giant's Smith encountered can be found on his 1608 map. Town and County histories, Scientific Journals, diaries and books from famous explorers, Native American oral history, newspaper articles all over the country, documents of Freemasons and Rosicrucians, Religous texts of Christians, Jews, and Mormons, and the Smithsonian's own Ethnology reports clearly describe the existence of Giants. It seems the only group not discussing this reality are professionals who exist in an echo chamber of incorrect theories fueled by arrogance and the use of consensus to avoid the proper exploration of anomalies. Academic courage and public awareness are needed to lift the veil of the strange past on our planet.

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