Monday, February 26, 2018

Native American structures, GIANTS (video)

Jim Vieira, Megalisthomania (Facebook) via ZEG TV Hidden from the Public, 2018; Xochitl, Pat Macpherson, Seth Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
Giants are real. They are documented in Buddhist texts as asuras, rakshasas, yakshas.

Real Giants Exist...These Discoveries Prove It

Giants on Record (Jim Vieira)
Hidden in local U.S. archives and dusty Smithsonian reports are accounts now nearly forgotten by North American historians and scientists.

Jim Vieira and Hugh Newman wrote Giants on Record: America's Hidden History, Secrets in the Mounds and the Smithsonian Files. These accounts document giant skeletons (7 to 9 feet tall) discovered all over the USA, many buried under earthen mounds.

Some photographs still exist but, curiously, the skeletons do not; they have been covered up and hidden away in Smithsonian repositories "being worked on by top men" not on public view:
Over 1,000 accounts of 7-foot and taller skeletons have been unearthed from ancient Native American burial sites over a 200-year period in North America.
  • WARNING: Reports of giant skeletons to officials with be met with SEIZURE and THREATS to you and your family. DOCUMENT IT, and keep quiet about the location.

Spanish covered the world's largest pyramid in Native American Mexico at Cholula.
Lost Race (Pat Chouinard)
Scientific journals, photos, newspaper accounts, town and county histories, letters, diaries, and Smithsonian ethnology reports have carefully documented this.

These giant skeletons have been reported from one coast to the other, many east of the Mississippi, in old newspaper reports and in modern police and university files, which are quickly covered up as the Smithsonian carts away the physical evidence.

Giant taken by US forces in Afghanistan
They have strange anatomical features that are now called anomalies such as enormous skulls, double rows of teeth, jawbones so large as to be fit over the face of the finder like a helmet, and elongated heads. They have been documented in virtually every state.

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