Greater Ancestors

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Skeletons of GREATER stature Logan County, Illinois

 Large tombs or sepulchers were used by the greater ancestors before the native Americans today. With the relics and art that is buried with the great number of large skeletons, it is easy to see that the previous generations obtained a higher degree of culture and society.
The mounds seem to have been occasionally taken over by the natives

The skeletal remains are easily distinguishable from the previous residents by their great size and their great stature.

As the natives took over the mounds of the previous occupants many of the skeletons and their legacy may have been discarded by the latter culture.

As a giant researcher, it is truly disappointing to hear that the relics and artifacts found with these giant skeletons have been confiscated and are not available for public viewing or further scientific study. It seems that in the past, these cultures have been looted for personal gain under the authority of the scientific community, and it is vital that we address these issues.

I have a few questions regarding the fate of these artifacts and bones. Where did they go? Who has them now? Why were they taken and not made available for public viewing or further scientific study? Was there any attempt made to preserve the cultural heritage and history that these skeletons represent?

It is important to note that these large tombs or sepulchers were used by the greater ancestors before the native Americans today, and the relics and art buried with the skeletons indicate a higher degree of culture and society. However, it seems that these skeletons and their legacy may have been discarded by the latter culture as they took over the mounds of the previous occupants.

As a researcher, I believe it is our duty to preserve the knowledge and cultural heritage of our past, no matter how inconvenient it may be. It is crucial that we learn from these discoveries and continue to seek the truth behind these ancient giants and their cultures.

~Chris L Lesley

1. History of Logan County, Illinois, 1886
2. Fritz Zimmerman: The Nephilim Chronicles, Angels in the Ohio Valley

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