At some point in history, giants roamed across the face of the Earth. Their existence was mentioned back in the Bible and the ancient Sanskrit epic Ramayana. Skeletal remains of giants have been discovered in India, Pakistan and the US. Even so, mainstream archaeology continues to deny their existence.
Days ago, it officially became clear that the Smithsonian Institute had destroyed thousands of giant human skeletons in the early 1900s. The documents for the unprecedented destruction had been classified but the US Supreme Court ordered them opened and promulgated.
From the publicized data it becomes evident that the organization participated in a large scale operation for hiding proof of the existence of giants.
Tens of thousands of remains of the giant human beings were destroyed by order of high-ranking government leaders. This was done with the goal of maintaining the current prevailing chronology of human evolution.
The initial doubts as to the destruction of human remains were raised by the American Institution of Alternative Archeology (AIAA). In response, the Smithsonian Institute sued the AIAA, claiming defamation and an attempt to ruin the reputation of the 168-year-old Institute.
But during the trials, AIAA spokesperson James Churward, managed to make some of the questioned Smithsonian Institute employees to admit to the existence of documents mentioning the destroyed remains.
A turning point during the trial was the demonstration of a 4.3 ft (1.3 m) long femur. It is living proof that giants (Nephilim) once roamed the Earth.
The bone in question was property of the Institute but was stolen by a high-ranking curator, who kept it until his death in 1930. On his deathbed he wrote a letter confirming the secret kept hidden by the Institute.
In it he admitted that the destruction of the skeletons was a "terrible thing" because we are after all talking about human beings. "We are hiding the truth about the forefathers of humanity, our ancestors, the giants who roamed the earth as recalled in the Bible and ancient texts of the world, " he wrote.
After considering the presented evidence, the US Supreme Court is now forcing the Smithsonian Institute to publish classified information about anything having to do with the "destruction of evidence pertaining to the mound builder culture, " and to elements "relative to human skeletons of greater height than usual."
Putting this declassified information out in the open will help archaeologists and historians rethink the current theories of human evolution.
The official publication of the documents is scheduled to take place at the end of 2015. The release of the secret reports and documents is to be overseen by an independent scientific organization.See more