Did Giants Really Walked the Earth in the Distant Past?

by Jahalillah Mustapha

Did Giants Really Walked the Earth in the Distant Past?


The Bible often involve giants: Nephilim were semi-divine beings. The King Og had an iron bed 6.7ft by 14; he would be at least 12ft tall. Goliath, the gigantic rival that King David brought down with his sling was 9.2ft tall.


If they were imaginary, would they have left their mark everywhere on Earth?


Hundreds of controversial discoveries resurface. Thanks to the internet join with the good work of amateur archaeologists - who are free to express their opinion when professional archaeologists are not.


Off the California coast, ancient articles are many. Thousands of giant skeletons have been reported with blond or red hair streaks. This attracts the attention of tourists.


Let us look at some examples of giant skeletons that were reported throughout history.


  • Cresap Mound in West Virginia
  • In 1959, the curator for theSection of Manat the Carnegie Museum, Dr. Donald Dragoo, discovered a 7 feet 2-inch skeleton during the complete excavation of the Cresap Mound in Northern West Virginia.


    He published a photo of the actual skeleton in his book so there is no doubt it was authentic.


  • Sacsayhuaman, Peru
  • The cities of the Andean peaks have their flagship: Sacsayhuaman.


    Truly inconceivable, this fortress dates back to a distant past that words fail to evoke. Huge blocks’ size, fit so perfect, beautifully polished, make me think to others very antique cyclopean architecture all over the world.


  • Lake Delavan, Wisconsin
  • On May 4, 1912, 18 gigantic skeletons, buried in charcoal and bakes clay, were found at Lake Delavan.


    The discovery was made by the Phillips brothers while excavating a burial mound. They were presumed to be the remains of an unknown race of people who once called the area ‘home’.


    They appeared to be very much human, there were noticeable differences aside from their much larger size.


  • The Caucasus Mountains, Georgia
  • In 2008, local herdsman had stumbled upon a supposed grave of giants.


    Researchers ventured into the isolated, mountainous, and densely forested location to see for themselves. They reached the crypt, but it had since collapsed. However, under the dirt and rubble, a pile of bones was found. They did indeed appear to be human, aside from the fact that they were much larger.


  • Mpaluzi, South Africa
  • Perhaps the most well-known of these is “Goliath’s Footprint”. It is 1.2 meters long and appears to perfectly match a human foot.

     

    There has been a debate on exactly how old Goliath’s Footprint is. Estimates have ranged anywhere from 200 million to 300 billion years old.

     

    Most people don’t believe in giants, saying it’s all just folklore that got mixed up and sensationalized. There are ample pieces of evidence within genetic data, scientific reports, early excavation records and discoveries featured in newspapers and town history to suggest otherwise, as an important chapter in our history is on the verge of being forgotten in time.

     

     

    Source:  alien-star

    Jahalillah Mustapha



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