Greater Ancestors

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Amelia Island Skulls with two rows of teeth

smithsonianknowledgepants on firesmithsonianAmelia Island is practically in my back yard, about 40 miles from my location,  so this story strikes a higher interest level for me. On Amelia island multiple burial mounds were found containing skeletons, and artifacts. Out of the hundreds of skeletons only perfect teeth were found.

A skull was found on the island that i hope to replicate with some information. An extremely large skull with perfect teeth, and perfectly preserved was found on the island a massive skull with two rows of teeth, and one with three rows.  The third set being the start of a nucleus of a tooth. The skull was dry, not filled with soil in the cavities, perfect and complete.

Within a short time span of a couple of hours the skull crumbled to dust upon exposure to air.

That is the sound of inevitability

Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, 1874
Antiquities of Florida, by Augustus Mitchell, M.D., of St. Mary’s, Georgia
Fritz Zimmerman: The Nephilim Chronicles, Angels in the Ohio Valley