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Cococino County 17 foot Skeleton

THE WORLD’S TALLEST GIANTS

Legends of the Indian tribes of Arizona and Northern Mexico teem with tales of a race of giants who once lived on the mesas. Scientists say that prehistoric man was a little hairy creature bearing a closer resemblance to a monkey than a man. Darwinism enforces this belief. The hilts of the weapons of the men of the bronze age are too small to be clasped firmly by men of today. Their armor Is too small for men of today.
But the finding of a prehistoric skeleton In the Grand Canyon of the Colorado would, if authenticated, overthrow all the arguments of the scientists.
Forty miles from Flagstaff, Ariz., Hull, the guide, has- unearthed the petrified skeleton of a man whom he estimated to have been at least 17 feet high. An old Indian led the guide to the human monster’s tomb. The skeleton lay face downward on a shelf under a projecting rock. The right arm was extended. The left leg was missing. The right leg had been broken off at the knee, but the foot was found lodged In a crevice near by.
Lime water falling on the corpse had turned It into stone. The outlines of the body were perfect. Hull did not turn the fossil over or make accurate measurements. He and the old Indian studied the stone skeleton for ten minutes and then returned to the trail.

 

REMAINS OF GIANTS

Stories of Prehistoric Man as Found in Arizona

Wonderful stories art told about
Arizona and Mexico. A prominent
Scientist in telling the New York
World about the tribes in this territory, relates the following:
“Legions of the Indian tribes of
Arizona and northern Mexico teem with tales of a race of giants who once lived on the mesas. Scientists say that prehistoric man was a little hairy creature, bearing a closer resemblance to a monkey than a man. Darwinism enforces tbis belief. “But the finding of a prehistoric skeleton in the Grand Canyon of the Colorado would, it authenticated, overthrow all the arguments of the scientists. “Forty miles from Flagstaff, Arizona, Hull, the guide, has unearthed the petrified skeleton of a man whom he estimated to have been at least seventeen feet high. An eld Indian led the guide to the human monster’s tomb. The skeleton lay face down ward on a shelf under a projecting rock. The right arm was extended. the left let; was missing. The right let; had been broken off at the knee but the foot was found lodged in a crevice near by. “Lime water falling or. the corpse had turned it into stone. The out lines of the body were perfect. Hull did not turn the fossil over la make any accurate measurements. He and the old Indian studied the stone skeleton for ten minutes and then returned to the trail.”

The texts mentions ancient man being hairy, no evidence exists for this baseless claim. Just the opposite is the case: a race of giants is the opposite of finding a small-monkey-man.
Ironically the text introduces a red herring to detract from the discovery of a race of giants, stating in the Bronze age the hilts are too small, … what imaginary hilts are they talking about? Many of the swords are 7 feet long, are the hilts that cover these swords too small from a modern man’s hands? And the armor was, “too small in the Bronze age” I am aware of several 7 foot suits of armor from the Bronze age, are these too small? The skeleton in contrast to these baseless and unfounded claims is 17 feet tall. The evolutionary ideas are debunked by the finding of a 17 foot skeleton, which doesnt fit into any just-so stories and ad hoc arguments occasionally¬† invented out of thin air by pantheistic belief systems like evolution.

 

  1. Harrison press-journal. [volume], May 17, 1900, Image 3‚Äč
  2. Tombstone epitaph., June 17, 1900, SUNDAY EDITION, Image 2

 

 

 

 


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