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  • 1. Texas Giant human skull by David Allen Deal There are groups in our society that have always tried to supress any evidence that supports biblical history, such as the flood of Noah, or existence of giants, whereever and whenever they have been found in the past. Sometimes the evidence is sent to the Smithsonian or a state uni- versity from which it disappears, never to be seen again. As time passes these efforts are ever increasing, and now we see attacks against all religion by wild-eyed fanatic atheists. The famous Davenprt Iowa, Academy of Natural Sciences dispute with and report about the arro- gance of Mr. Henshaw of the Smithsonian by Charles Putman in 1885 is another example of honest academics going up against the Smithsonian Institute and the erroneous and spiteful policies of its director, Major John Wesley Powell.1 The evidence for the existence of elephants and mastodons and mammoths has been well reported from sites throughout the Americas for the past 150 years, yet not many stop to realize the biblical significance of this. In other words, prior to the world wide deluge, ( Flood of Noah ) many robust animal types lived on the American continent, and fossil evidence supports this claim. Examples are: elephants, bison, horses & camels. Of the latter two, examples are found as fossils in Anza Borego State Park in California, in a huge anticline near Fish Creek and split mountain. Modern horses and camels and elephants do not appear here in the Americas again until thou- sands of years after the flood. Some antediluvian life forms never appear here again, only to reappear in eastern Anatolia where the ark landed on a mountain. One form of antediluvian life that never reappears is super giant humans, except as an occasional bone or grave which are obviously of pre-flood origin. So-called “giant” graves are ususally of men less than eight feet in stature, yet considered to be giants - they weren’t. However there have been exceptions. This is one of those previously hidden and supressed stories. It comes from a small bedroom community of Rockwall, Texas just east of Dallas and the old Trinity River. This place is of great prehistorical interest, because of the buried 40 foot high wall that enclosed approximately 30 square miles, now covered with 40 feet of marine (flood) sedi-
  • 2. ments. In the past, for example, when the early residents were building the Courthouse, several subterranean rock-lined rooms were uncovered, and then filled-in for the modern structure being built. A rock lined tunnel down to the river was discovered, according to local architect John Lindsey, and even later while crews were building Interstate 30, a large rock-lined room was found because a huge road grader fell into it. Several excavations have been made to expose the wall over the years, the latest, only about 5 years ago. Local squabbling and small town politics closed down their website, but not before I copied all the photograps of the exposed wall structure. I can’t use them for this article because of ownership and copyright restrictions, but I can send a few to interested parties who wish to see them via e-mail. ( http://www.noahsark-naxuan.com/4.htm ). Three follow-on stories, written in mid 1886 pub- lished in the ROCKWALL SUCCESS newspaper, were found in the archives by a member of the Rockwall Historical Society in 2006 and sent to me. I have photocopies of these three clippings. They are datelined “Buffalo.” Buffalo was a small township, several miles south of Rockwall which no longer exists. Rockwall Success May 28, 1886 2 --- Dateline “Buffalo” “The greatest wonders that we have to record this week is the finding of a petrified human skull. While at work last Saturday, Ben Burton unearthed with his plow, a gigantic skull, fully as large as a half- bushel. The staring sockets wherein the eyeballs once rolled, were as large as a half-gallon cup. Some few of the jaw-teeth still remained; one of them about an inch thick by two inches long. This goes to prove that this county was once inhabited by a race of people that would be wonderful to look at now. Dr. Wiggins thinks it the skull of some ante-deluvian giant, that would have weighed at least 1000 pounds. Any one wishing to see this mammoth skull, can do so by calling at The Success office, as Mr. Burton says he will leave t there for inspection. –– Sam Slick” Rockwall Success June 4, 1886 No. 19 --- Dateline “Buffalo” May 30 “THE MYSTERY SOLVED The Rock Wall is Human Handiwork. Wonders will never cease. Immediately after it was generally known that Mr. J. B. Burton had found the gigantic petrified skull, a large crowd collected and set about making an examination of the surrounding ground. Spades, picks, and axes were plentiful and in use. Mr. W. R. Grier might have been seen pounding the ground with a huge hammer, and intently listening after each successive blow, when he was heard to call out, “This way boys!” There was a general rush to his position. “Listen Boys,” said Grier as he brought the hammer down with a heavy thump on a large flat rock. To the astonishment of all, the hammer slipped from Grier’s hands, and after a short interval, was heard to strike something below that had the clear distinct ring of metal. Now the wildest excitement pre- vailed. A lantern and rope were quickly brought, and the earth was rapidly cleared away. The hole in the rock, which proved to be slate, was enlarged and the lantern was let down into the murky darkness. At last Messrs Burton, Grier and J. B. Steger volunteered to descend and explore the mystery. The cavity proved to be a chamber about 60x100 feet square, and 40 feet from the floor to the slate roof through which they had effected an entrance. This roof was supported on pillars of black marble, whose polished sides glittered in the lamplight and made one think of the orient. This underground palace will undoubtedly astonish the world, when thoroughly explored. In one cor-
  • 3. ner stands a large iron chest - supposed to be full of gold or valuables which was so heavy as to baffle all efforts to remove it. Among other things found was a huge iron bedstead, 25 feet long and a pair of sandals three feet wide by ten inches wide, a battle axe with a pole handle 12 feet long, which weighed at least 75 pounds. The explorers extended their investigation no further, but are sure that there are other rooms connected with the one visited. The noted rock wall from which our county takes its name runs in a few gards (yards) of this palace. This we think settles that mystery. All surrounding circumstances go to show that this goliath built the rock wall to enclose his vast estate. Another visit has been made, the result of which your correspondent has not yet ascertained ––– Sam Slick Rockwall Success June 11, 1886 - Dateline Buffalo June 8 “BUFFALO’S MARVEL The Palace and its Living (sic) Occupant. We told you in our last, that another search had been made. Your correspondent visited this wonderful subterranean palace, to ascertain for himself the almost incredible facts connected with it. We arrived in time and were invited to descend with the exploring party, consisting of J. B. Steger, J. B. Grier, Jess Handley, Tom Bratcher, J.B. Burton and Dr. Wiggins and your correspondent. We at once began examin- ing the walls, and found on the north side a huge iron door, which yielded to our efforts assisted by a crow bar and a sledge hammer. As it swung round on its rusty hinges, its harsh grating sound was echoed and re-echoed from the cavern of darkness that lay before us. No one was in a hurry to go in, as a heavy noise was heard like the slamming of a door, and each feared to intrude. Finally Steger thrust his lantern forward and peered in and at least walked forwarn ( forward ) followed by the party. Mr. Editor, I have read of unearthing buried cities, and of the mysterious things found in them, but never did I dream of seeing what we did that day. Tom Bratcher’s eyes could have been snared off with a grape vine. Dr. Wiggins, Grier, Steger and Handley gazed in awe at what met their sight. A huge iron kettle swung near the floor. It would hold at least 1000 gallons, and against it (l)eaned a fork as large as a hay fork. You can better imagine our consternation when I tell you that we saw in that kettle a mass of bones and grinning, staring skulls. Dr, Wiggins touched one with his cane and it fell into dust. There is no doubt that the ancient Goliath, whose residence this was, was a fierce cannibal. But may I be delivered from what we next encountered. In the center of the hall, we found an iron trap-door, which our combined strength at last raised; when from out of stygian darkness, there flapped screaming a huge bird with eyes like Poe’s “nevermore” raven. In a dismal half-human voice, in grating screeches, the great bird seemed to cry “Get out of here, Get out of here!” ?It is needless to say that in mad terror we hastily obeyed, as the bird, blinded by the light, flew from wall to wall ( large Bat per- haps? ). We quickly reached the platform whence we were hastily drawn to the open air, Sterer, Grier and Bracther fainted and Dr. Wiggins was so unnerved that he could do nothing for them. They were resusci- tated by throwing cold water into their faces. Bratcher said he would not have fainted if it had not been that when they opened the trap-door he “smelled something like yarn sox b_ _ gbug .” ( last word unreadable ). -- Sam Slick Exactly seven days after this final story appeared, on Jume 18, 1886 “The Rockwall Success” was sold out to new owners and the paper’s name was immediately changed to: “The Texas Success.” No follow-
  • 4. on stories ever appeared in the new, larger formatted, paper’s pages. This circumstance should create a question in the reader’s mind. “Was the paper purchased to stop any further public information on this subject giant men, which had become anathema to the, then current, Smithsonian Institute Powell doc- trine of ancient American migration and evolution theory, a doctrine that has been slavishly followed to this “enlightened time.” The giant skull has obviously gone the way of the Smithsonian: swept under the academic rug, or otherwise “dissappeared,” so as to not have any disruptive influence agaist the preva- lent academic theory. However, using the discriptions given by the paper’s correspondent and the word of the other honest American town’s people of Rockwall, we can reconstruct the comparative size using other photographs. It is hard for most people today to visualize a half-bushel basket or a gallon cup or jug, so these items are shown for size comparison to accurately scale the size of the skull, since no visual pictues exist, only verbal ones, but they suffice. 1/2 bushel basket, Rockwall’s giant skull, Gallon jug, Normal skull [ Giant skull photo is not the actual Rockwell skull - rather a scale representation ] Items shown here are common everyday items of the time period. We don’t use “bushels” too much in everyday life, but these well-known articles give a good idea of the sze of the skull. The Man is just a man ( for scale ) dressed in period garb. If we extrapolate from the size given for the skull we can see a giant of 18 feet in stature. We also know from the story, that this and pre- sumably others living around the defensive wall of Rockwall were canabalis- tic, and we can thus surmise the reason for the wall in the first place. It appears that Dr. Wiggins of Rockwall was right. “Dr. Wiggins thinks it the skull of some ante-deluvian giant, that would have weighed at least 1000 pounds.” Actually 1620 pounds would be more accurate. One arrives at this number by cubing the weight of an average 180 pound man. Rockwall, Texas is built directly over nothing more than a pre-flood American city with a defensive wall system to protect the normal sized human inhabitants from maurauding, canabalistic giants. We can also see some of the reason for the flood in the first place, “...the earth had become corrupt and full of vio- lence.” And we also see the reason why many people who have alternative ideas and beliefs would wish to diminish, and cover up such valuable and biblical confirming evidence. As Sam Slick, the reporter could visualize, this information would be a sensation around the world. Yet it was effectively silenced by men of ill will. And we are the less for it.
  • 5. Following Accounts and Articles by Mike Frizzell of the Enigma Project 1923 Arizona, Grand Canyon: The bodies of two petrified human beings 15 and 18 feet in height were discovered. Some time in the late 19th century, giants with double rows of teeth, red hair, and skulls 3 to 6 times the size of normal humans were discovered on Catalina Island in California. by Chad Arment of the North American Biofortean Review B. 15-foot human skeleton found in S/E Turkey in late 1950's in the Euphrates valley during road con- struction. Many tombs containing giants were uncovered here. This pertains to the picture of the giant human femur and myself above. Read more: http://www.geocities.com/saqatchr/page46.html FOOTNOTES 1 Search: davenport elephant pipes http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id=jVItkIn6LWsC&dq=davenport+elephant+pipes&printsec=frontcover&source= web&ots=J6yJKV-Eil&sig=jtCWeengsXo0jp-p2XzI1ltGLtY#PPP1,M1 2 Three clippings from the Rockwall Success newspaper: May 28 - 30 June 4th and June 8th and 11th, 1886