Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Your Daily Giant 8/7/2013

Today's Daily Giant comes from the Journal of British Archaeological Association, Vol. L. 1894 pg 233. Many skeptics have tried to claim that these over 1000 accounts that we have assembled are comprised of old newspaper reports. In fact many are found buried obscurely in town and county histories and respected scientific journals. Many of the same anatomic anomalies that were reported in newspaper accounts were also described in the other forms of literature as well, making the case that these are all hoaxes difficult to believe. From the journal,

"In one tumulus (burial mound) in Iowa eleven skeletons were discovered in the central chamber. These were arranged in a circle, with their backs against the walls, while a seashell, which had been converted into a drinking-horn, had been placed in their midst...In another mound in Iowa, a skeleton measuring 7 ft. 6 in. in length was found. A collar of bears teeth was around the neck, while numbers of small copper beads formed by rolling strips of the metal into little rings were across the thighs It has been conjectured that these beads may have adorned a hunting-shirt."

Maybe they unearthed a giant bear who had on a hunting shirt and wore a necklace of human teeth. I think I might go to build-a-bear and make a giant bear with a shirt on. Many reports of well over seven foot skeletons have been reported from the burial mounds of Iowa. Iowa is known for its amazing array of animal effigy mounds several which still exist. It is an established fact that many seven foot and larger skeletons were found in burial mounds by university trained Archaeologists and Anthropologists. Anyone who cannot start at least there is not to be taken seriously. Any rational professional should be able to admit that these finds most definitely occurred and were professionally excavated and recorded by anthropologists such as Webb, Snow and Dragoo. The same types of phenomena reported by these professionals such as unusually thick skulls and massive jawbones were also reported in skeletal excavations much larger than seven feet. Eight, nine, ten and eleven foot skeletons have been reported which describe many of the same characterizes such as burial techniques, artifact finds and anatomical anomalies that were described with lesser sized finds. Some professionals refuse to allow universally recognized finds to enter their belief systems because they don't want to give any ground in the giant debate. This indicates a close-minded bias that is not indicative of a reasonable approach to the evaluation of the evidence.

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