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the_flyingboy
4th February 2011, 12:17
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Jebal-Barez_skeleton
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Tamil_Nadu_tsunami_giant
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Sulu_Sea_eel_statue

i'm not really sure about these but sometimes really gets me thinking!

HURRITT ENYETO
4th February 2011, 12:27
I am not really sure what you mean?
It states in the articles linked that these are hoaxed to promote the film 'Shadow of The Colossus'

Also there are loads of pictures of supposed Giants/Annunaki (skeletons) that were the result of a Photoshop competition. (interesting competition to have) muddies the waters somewhat :)

Circe
4th February 2011, 13:41
Hoax or at the least very dodgy,it states that the photos were fake on the website as HURRITT ENYETO points out above.

Bill Ryan
4th February 2011, 14:05
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Jebal-Barez_skeleton
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Tamil_Nadu_tsunami_giant
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Sulu_Sea_eel_statue

i'm not really sure about these but sometimes really gets me thinking!


Each of these web pages above SAYS they are hoaxes.

Zook
4th February 2011, 15:14
Good Morning Good Avalon Good FlyingBoy!


http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Jebal-Barez_skeleton
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Tamil_Nadu_tsunami_giant
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Sulu_Sea_eel_statue
i'm not really sure about these but sometimes really gets me thinking!

If dinosaurs have been shown to exist; and we readily accept that evidence as fact ... then it shouldn't be that surprising if other giant creatures existed in the past as well ... including giant men.

:smow::typing:

Janos
4th February 2011, 16:54
Good Morning Good Avalon Good FlyingBoy!


http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Jebal-Barez_skeleton
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Tamil_Nadu_tsunami_giant
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Sulu_Sea_eel_statue
i'm not really sure about these but sometimes really gets me thinking!

If dinosaurs have been shown to exist; and we readily accept that evidence as fact ... then it shouldn't be that surprising if other giant creatures existed in the past as well ... including giant men.

:smow::typing:

Exactly! Zook hit it dead on. Everything I've ever seen points to the fact that there were giants, once upon a time. And why not?

Modern day dinosaur descendants are called chickens. And look how tiny they are. They got much smaller, and developed feathers and such, but they still didn't quite get the fact that it was laying those eggs on the ground where hungry little mammals could get to them, that caused them so may problems in the first place. ;)

We'll believe in something so 'out there' as giant lizards and Tyrannosaurus Rex, but when we see a skeleton of a giant man, we think it's a fake? :P

Now, the pictures in question may indeed be fake. But if they are fake, they are fake for a reason, and that's to intentionally discredit anyone who says such things exist.

There were also other non-human races of hominds that were probably killed off. We humans tend to be oh so VERY good at killing things, especially if we see them as a real or perceived threat.

SilentWarrior
4th February 2011, 23:21
Well Iíve read the book Called Thiaoouba Prophecy at http://thiaoouba.com/ , I see it very interesting concerning about giants, I hope that Bill Ryan can interview this guy Michel Desmarquet sometime it's very interesting book and there's a lots of useful information.

another information i found about giants is in the book of Lobsang Rampa The Third Eye.

Dennis Leahy
4th February 2011, 23:35
If dinosaurs have been shown to exist; and we readily accept that evidence as fact ... then it shouldn't be that surprising if other giant creatures existed in the past as well ... including giant men.

:smow::typing:

Hmmmmm, I'm wondering why you would think that, Zook. There is no fossil evidence to indicate that giant humans once existed (although I did see a guy 8' 8" tall at a State Fair once.) Also, the line to hominids during the "age of dinosaurs" may not be well defined, but whatever the proto-proto-hominid mammal was, it wasn't large. I just have to disagree with your logic.

BTW, I go along with the general story in natural history of hominid evolution - up to a point - then I am convinced there was indeed genetic manipulation from 'out of this world.'

Dennis

Zook
5th February 2011, 01:36
If dinosaurs have been shown to exist; and we readily accept that evidence as fact ... then it shouldn't be that surprising if other giant creatures existed in the past as well ... including giant men.
:smow::typing:

Hmmmmm, I'm wondering why you would think that, Zook. There is no fossil evidence to indicate that giant humans once existed (although I did see a guy 8' 8" tall at a State Fair once.) Also, the line to hominids during the "age of dinosaurs" may not be well defined, but whatever the proto-proto-hominid mammal was, it wasn't large. I just have to disagree with your logic.

BTW, I go along with the general story in natural history of hominid evolution - up to a point - then I am convinced there was indeed genetic manipulation from 'out of this world.'
Dennis

Hi Dennis,

If we expand the set of possible origins, we can bring logic back into the game. The logic doesn't work if we confine our set of origins to that which has been historically taught. History is largely a story handed down by the controller's historians; they add in things - convincing things - like carbon dating, ice cores, fossil records, etc. ... to isolate a specific interval of geologic history and attach it to a specific narrative.

To get past this narrative, we can turn to the fossil record ... are there giant human skeletons out there? We must ascertain our findings using the same tools that were used to ascertain the existence of dinosaur skeletons. Another way to suspend the historical narrative is to look for evidence of fraud in the narrative. If we can find fraud - and there is plenty of evidence to support the finding of a fraudulent narrative - then the logic delimiters that we originally observed, disappear en toto. The entire narrative needs to be revisited. Without the logic delimiters, we are free to enter the entire set of possible origins. And here, my logic holds.

To wit, I see no hard scientific basis for the origin of the species as laid out by Darwin and Darwinists. On the contrary, I think we've been kept at bay from having real knowledge by the paradigm of licensing educational institutions.

:smow::typing:

Odiwan
5th February 2011, 07:00
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To wit, I see no hard scientific basis for the origin of the species as laid out by Darwin and Darwinists. On the contrary, I think we've been kept at bay from having real knowledge by the paradigm of licensing educational institutions.
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I have heard of plenty of fabrication, fraud etc in the name of scientism. I don't know where I read it but apparently the Smithsonian Institute threw a whole bunch of "oversize" skeletons out (dumped at sea) in the 1800's (if I remember rightly), to support the Darwinian evolutionary theory. these were skeletons that were found in some of the "Mound Builders" mounds. I am pretty sure that this is modus operandi for the intellectual elite of academia (just like free energy, UFO knowledge, spiritual understanding, etc etc).

I don't know how many people have read the account of Marius Boirayon who retired from the Australian military to the Solomon Islands, where he discovered a whole world of giant hominids that the local population pretty much just took for granted as a normal ( albeit scary) part of everyday life. I read his story in Nexus Magazine a few years back, and he has recently written a book that can be found here: http://www.solomonislandsmysteries.com/SOLOMON_ISLANDS_MYSTERIES/Welcome.html with the shorter version here: http://www.thewatcherfiles.com/giants/solomon-giants.htm

This is just the first thing that came to mind regarding races of hominids that many cultures have reported as history/ mythos; I would even suggest that nearly every culture has these stories, which leads me to think that there is something there. The account above gets really interesting as it goes from giants, to UFO's and even reptilians.

I also am thinking of the work of John Keel, who wrote most famously "The Mothman Prophesies" but also wrote "Field Guide to Mysterious Beings", where he has tabulated sightings to come up with the premise that we co-habit this world with a) and order of hominid that is a natural offshoot of our common ancestors, and b) something that isn't of this world but appears to resemble the beings of a) with the difference of glowing red eyes, ability to stop vehicles and create missing time.

Yes, reality is stranger and more wonderful than most would accept (though I doubt that on this site;)) and I think that includes a lot of truth buried in our folklore.

Hughe
5th February 2011, 07:24
Good Morning Good Avalon Good FlyingBoy!


http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Jebal-Barez_skeleton
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Tamil_Nadu_tsunami_giant
http://teamico.wikia.com/wiki/Sulu_Sea_eel_statue
i'm not really sure about these but sometimes really gets me thinking!

If dinosaurs have been shown to exist; and we readily accept that evidence as fact ... then it shouldn't be that surprising if other giant creatures existed in the past as well ... including giant men.

:smow::typing:

Yeap.

The bones which indicates of Giants or other humanoid species are hoax. The mainstream scientists must not investigate those bones and artifacts to keep the hoax states.

Contrary to this, the Dinosaurs are scientific facts without any proof of real bones and DNAs whatsoever.
It's ironic how the mass become brainwashed and can be manipulated. When I watched a completely fabricated 3D Dinosaurs and the environment at least sixty five millions years ago in Discovery channel, it was a joke.
How can the general public buy those claims?

They don't know about our recent history of 10,000 - 20,000 years ago. But, with the help of God or cutting edge technologies, they can create 3D model of pre-historic creatures to molecular level? :frusty: