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    A unique discovery of giant skeleton in Thailand - Giant Possibly Killed By A Horned Snake.

    Mod edit. As Kevan has discovered below. This is not legit but an art exhibition. A good one though.

    The artist was inspired by a Krabi folktale about the two foes fighting over a princess.
    https://taiwantoday.tw/news.php?unit=18&post=144849

    https://prepareforchange.net/2019/02...-horned-snake/

    Giant Human Skeleton found at Khao Khanap Nam Cave in Thailand, one of the most important discoveries ever made by paleontologists.

    The skeleton of this giant was discovered in November 2017 in a cave in Krabi, Thailand. This was just made public a few months ago. The skeleton appeared to have been battling a large horned serpent upon death. It is clearly visible the giant’s skeleton with the serpent wrapped around it.

    The individual standing next to it is 5’6 so you can see how massive this being was. You rarely hear about discoveries like this in the Main Stream Media (MSM) for a reason. How much knowledge & history have [they] kept from us? Giants are real just like The Bible says!

    Below you can see a group of scientists digging up remains of a human skeleton of gigantic proportions. Here we finally have the irrefutable proof that human giants existed!

    We warn the public beforehand that a massive-global misinformation campaign has commenced to try discredit the validity and legitimacy of this important discovery!

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    Pretty convincing.

    Last edited by Billy; 23rd February 2019 at 11:18. Reason: Not legit, art exhibition.

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    Default Re: A very realistic 'Giant Skeleton' in Thailand (an art exhibit)

    There were Giants on this earth, and I don't mean 40 feet tall; they were all of one half a mile in height, and perhaps much larger also. However, this had to be during a time when the planet was very heavily forested with trees proportionately even taller than the giants and with a depth of atmosphere proportionately deep. This was well before the Biblical FLOOD. I see their heads and sometimes hands in movies and videos showing mountains, etc. By comparing the head sizes to objects of known size and assuming the proportions were similar to our own, the heights can be calculated even if the rest of the body is not visible. Military, go blow your nose!

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    If only this was legit I would have said.

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    Thank you kevan.
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    Default Re: A very realistic 'Giant Skeleton' in Thailand (an art exhibit)

    I was about to type up a long string of observations explaining why I think this excavation is fake, but thankfully you have saved me the temptation, Kevan.

    It suffices to say that even if this were passed off as real, there are various things about the bones that give away that they are not that old, and they were not removed from some stratigraphical depth (in other words that they are not real).

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    Quote Posted by Kevan (here)
    It's an art exhibition.

    https://taiwantoday.tw/news.php?unit=18&post=144849
    Oh, great.....

    Will we ever get a break in this world? Or will we always be played?

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    Default Re: A very realistic 'Giant Skeleton' in Thailand (an art exhibit)

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    Quote Posted by Kevan (here)
    It's an art exhibition.

    https://taiwantoday.tw/news.php?unit=18&post=144849
    Oh, great.....

    Will we ever get a break in this world? Or will we always be played?
    Getting played is up to you ... anyone is allowed to create art of any type they wish.

    If you choose to not believe anything, but rather just consider everything, then you won't get "played". Just present things you don't know for certain as a consideration to be evaluated. No harm or disappointment that way.
    When you are one step ahead of the crowd, you are a genius.
    Two steps ahead, and you are deemed a crackpot.

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    Default Re: A very realistic 'Giant Skeleton' in Thailand (an art exhibit)

    I wonder what artistic meaning is attached to the number of spinal columns that are laying on top of and wrapped around the giant skeleton? Any ideas? I makes for interesting viewing if nothing else.

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    Quote Getting played is up to you ... anyone is allowed to create art of any type they wish.

    If you choose to not believe anything, but rather just consider everything, then you won't get "played". Just present things you don't know for certain as a consideration to be evaluated. No harm or disappointment that way.
    I understand your meaning. But that’s not what I was trying to convey.

    There are so many truths that are obvious in this world, (not mere beLIEfs), but are manipulated or kept from us deliberately. It gets totally frustrating. And in the recent past to the present I have noticed a ramping up of disinfo and end game manipulation the likes of which has become totally frustrating, almost unbearable.

    Not losing hope though. And obvioulsy we should withhold final judgement and emotional attachment of anything until the facts are in.


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    Was trying to find video showing the artist working on it.


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    Default Re: A very realistic 'Giant Skeleton' in Thailand (an art exhibit)

    Just popped into the forum to post some links!

    It seems to be making rounds in a odd way....perhaps it serves someone's interests to have a fake story circulate in order to make lessen the impact of true accounts?
    What an odd world we live in!

    Thank you for your post!


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    Quote Posted by peterpam (here)
    I wonder what artistic meaning is attached to the number of spinal columns that are laying on top of and wrapped around the giant skeleton? Any ideas? I makes for interesting viewing if nothing else.
    In the OP original hoax article ... "... possible killed by a giant horned snake"
    When you are one step ahead of the crowd, you are a genius.
    Two steps ahead, and you are deemed a crackpot.

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    Quote Posted by amor (here)
    There were Giants on this earth, and I don't mean 40 feet tall; they were all of one half a mile in height, and perhaps much larger also. However, this had to be during a time when the planet was very heavily forested with trees proportionately even taller than the giants and with a depth of atmosphere proportionately deep. This was well before the Biblical FLOOD. I see their heads and sometimes hands in movies and videos showing mountains, etc. By comparing the head sizes to objects of known size and assuming the proportions were similar to our own, the heights can be calculated even if the rest of the body is not visible. Military, go blow your nose!
    You’re joking, yes?

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    Default Re: A very realistic 'Giant Skeleton' in Thailand (an art exhibit)

    Here's a few more (no so realistic..) giants from Thailand. Wat Mae Kaet Noi (Buddhist Hell temple in Sansai ChiangMai):





    https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attracti...i-San_Sai.html

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    Quote Posted by Iancorgi (here)
    Here's a few more (no so realistic..) giants from Thailand. Wat Mae Kaet Noi (Buddhist Hell temple in Sansai ChiangMai):





    https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attracti...i-San_Sai.html
    This is incredibly cool art!!!

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    Why is it not legit?

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    Quote Posted by Soullight (here)
    Quote Getting played is up to you ... anyone is allowed to create art of any type they wish.

    If you choose to not believe anything, but rather just consider everything, then you won't get "played". Just present things you don't know for certain as a consideration to be evaluated. No harm or disappointment that way.
    I understand your meaning. But that’s not what I was trying to convey.

    There are so many truths that are obvious in this world, (not mere beLIEfs), but are manipulated or kept from us deliberately. It gets totally frustrating. And in the recent past to the present I have noticed a ramping up of disinfo and end game manipulation the likes of which has become totally frustrating, almost unbearable.

    Not losing hope though. And obvioulsy we should withhold final judgement and emotional attachment of anything until the facts are in.

    I am glad to see you are not losing hope Soullight. The artist who created this exhibition was not creating a hoax, but recreating a myth from folklore passed down through generations of tradition. As far as my own personal journey is concerned, Myths, legends and folklore have more truth within them than anyone is aware of.

    The deception comes from those who twisted the original intention of the artist and the exhibition to announce that this was a legitimate find. Either an intentional lie or journalist not doing proper research.

    I think the artist has done something wonderful bringing this story into the public awareness.
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    Quote Posted by Kevan (here)
    It's an art exhibition.

    https://taiwantoday.tw/news.php?unit=18&post=144849
    Yes, this may need to be bumped.

    Taiwan artworks take center stage at Thailand Biennale in Krabi

    (extract from the article —> )



    The image caption: (with my added emphasis)
    Taiwan artist Tu Wei-cheng smiles next to a plastic skeleton of a giant in a replica archaeological dig he created for the inaugural Thailand Biennale running through Feb. 28, 2019.

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    Quote Posted by Soullight (here)
    There are so many truths that are obvious in this world, (not mere beLIEfs), but are manipulated or kept from us deliberately. It gets totally frustrating. And in the recent past to the present I have noticed a ramping up of disinfo and end game manipulation the likes of which has become totally frustrating, almost unbearable.
    When it comes to giants, there are many obviously photoshopped images out there. I went to a state-run archaeological museum (with federal funding and supervision of course) lately and they even had one of these modern photoshop fakes on display as evidence "against" the existence of extraordinarily tall races that existed in the past. That would be like me making an arrowhead and then concluding that all other arrowheads are modern fakes too.

    There is a book, The Encyclopedia of Ancient Giants in North America, that documents literally hundreds of reports of giant skeletons (usually 7 to 8 feet tall) being dug up in the US in the 19th and 20th centuries. John Smith published an account of Virginia in 1612 that described the Susquehanna tribe as giants, with booming voices that sounded as if they were coming out of a cave. There is an incredible amount of documentation of these skeletons already, including some legitimate pictures, and I think this overload of fake crap is a frantic effort to bury what is valuable and resurfacing.

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