Pre-Historic Giants with Erudite Mathematical Capacities? Tall Stories?

Roger Smith,  courtesy of chain mail from Priyantha Hettige … searching still for web reference

In 2008, the American army sent a patrol into the mountains of Afghanistan to search for terrorists, but what they found came as a terrible surprise for the men. They found a twelve-foot tall giant instead, alive and kicking, so to speak! He was living in a cave high up on a mountain. It seems the men approached the Giant uncertain of what to do. The Giant had no such hesitation, he killed them and ate them – just as giants are reputed to do in the stories, but this here, is the truth!

When the army lost contact with the patrol they sent in some powerful reinforcements, who discovered the partly eaten corpses of their comrades!  They saw the giant and shot him dead. The body was strapped onto a large 7 ft by 9 ft cargo pallet and then flown off to their military base in Ohio never to be seen of or heard of again. Giants, whether historical or real, are a taboo subject!

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Their existence is not in the approved history books and research theses and is therefore, an unmentionable subject. What was also unmentionable, although freshly killed, was the bad odour the giant made, like a rotting skunk. The appearance of the giant was also startling, it had very pale white skin, which had a bluish tint due to the underlying veins; and it had long, unkempt red hair and beard. Its body was hugely muscular and its shoulders were at least 3 foot 6 inches across, judging from the picture that was obtained by independent investigators. This seemed not of Neanderthal origins.

But many people, especially investigative writers have become very interested in the whole picture of who were the people on earth before us. Who built the Egyptian Pyramids, (and the hundreds of other pyramids around the world – the seven Shin-Si pyramids, Xian, China, are each 1200 ft tall), Stonehenge, Go-Low near Bonn, Germany, Cuicuiclo (Say Hooliako), the Fort and Circle earthworks at Newark, Ohio, etc.  There is a mystery here – a hidden history of a massive, world-wide civilization – all covered up and not spoken about. It’s not in your text books!..

These unknown people constructed their megaliths with massive slabs of rock, carried from quarries often many miles away and fitted them together so well that you cannot push a sheet of paper in-between the slab joints. Nor can modern-day cranes lift these huge slabs of rock. Only now are we learning to appreciate these great works. How did they actually locate and build these structures so accurately? Nobody knows the answers.

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Interestingly, numerologists have found that all these megalithic sites are connected by numbers, derived from longitude and latitude and that in fact, they are numerical expressions in stone. It is clear; the builders had advanced mathematics and so, were very intelligent. Giants have heads with large volumes of brain, they had brain power! (The two diagonals of the Great pyramid base of fourteen acres, are exactly the same length to half an inch!)

Regarding the construction of these megaliths found all around the world, investigators must bear in mind two major factors. Firstly, science- based researchers have found that gravity has increased by a factor of three around 12,000 years ago. Before this event a rock would be much lighter to lift and carry. Giants were immensely strong and could lift heavy weights.

Also, it is likely some of these structures are much older than the dates people give. This is because megalith dating is notoriously difficult due to the nature of the materials involved. Because of their ability to handle, shape and lift blocks of extreme weight they seem to have had access to a technology we do not know of.

A further great difference between then and now is that oxygen levels were also much higher in those days; this meant that all life on earth flourished to its genetic maximum, grew larger and lived longer. As an example, it is written that Methuselah was a giant who lived for over 800 years and died just before the Great Flood.

One can safely conclude that there has been several advanced civilization world-wide, of long-lived intelligent beings of different types and appearances, well before us on this planet. Giants, good or bad are not just myths and fables – they were real – just as their megaliths are real! In Eire (EU), where giants once lived, there are many people of average height but with very fair skin and red hair!


An Orcadian Tryst with Giants


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Exploring the contribution made by eight great ‘giants’, dating from 1810 BC to AD 1629, this chapter highlights some significant contributions to tourism’s antiquity and evolution. The chapter starts with Hammurabi of Babylon who, approximately 4000 years ago, established a legal code that protected travellers and began to regulate the commercial hospitality industry. The contributions of Iphitos, one of the many mythical founders of the Olympic Games, Herodotus of Halicarnassus, famous for his travel accounts, and Plato, who stratified the treatment a guest should receive in a host city, are then explored. The commercial hospitality and tourism industry is examined during the reign of Hadrian when the Roman Empire (AD 117) controlled approximately 6 million km2 of land, and the Roman citizen could travel throughout the Empire and be protected by one legal system, speak one administrative language and needed only one currency. Also examined is the contribution, after the decline of the Roman Empire, of St Benedict who codified large-scale hospitality and the provision of accommodation in the monastic guest house, and created a remarkable parallel to the modern-day hotel. Finally, the roles of Hugues de Payens, Grand Master of the Knights Templar, who provided the equivalent of a Europe-wide banking system for pilgrims travelling across Europe and the Near East, and of Shah ‘Abbas I of Persia, who established a comprehensive system of caravanserais all across his empire and throughout the Islamic world which provided hospitality and care for travellers both pilgrims and strangers, are investigated.

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