This has a lot to do with my first post on this thread. More info on a possible cover up by the Smithsonian Institute. Also I realized that the
Giants of Aleutian Islands was in my first post too. I thought I read more about it some were else, but am unable to find anything more.
In an article published in Nexus Magazine, writer David Hatcher Childress makes a serious charge that the Smithsonian Institute has been hiding,
destroying and covering up archaeological anomalies for more than 100 years, probably because their revelation would require a complete rewriting of
school textbooks. What Childress fails to say is that the information also would require the psychological implanting of a revised "tunnel reality"
for the brain-dead masses.
The cover-up has been so severe, Childress writes that there is some evidence that many important archaeological discoveries may have even been
Not only has the Smithsonian, the most important archaeological institute in the United States been involved in this coverup, Childress charges that
the Vatican also has been long accused of keeping artifacts and ancient books in its vast cellars, without allowing the outside world access to
"These secret treasures, often of a controversial historical or religious nature, are allegedly suppressed by the Catholic Church because they might
damage the church's credibility, or perhaps cast their official texts in doubt," Childress writes. "Sadly, there is overwhelming evidence that
something very similar is happening with the Smithsonian Institution."
He said that since about 1880, the Smithsonian has suppressed "any archaeological evidence that lent credence to the school of thought known as
Diffusionism, a school which believes that throughout history there has been widespread dispersion of culture and civilization via contact by ship and
major trade routes. The Smithsonian opted for the opposite school, known as Isolationism. Isolationism holds that most civilizations are isolated from
each other and that there has been very little contact between them, especially those that are separated by bodies of water."
Consequently, Childress charges that all archaeological evidence, such as traded goods, that indicated that the mound builders of the Ohio Valley, for
example, had contact with such advanced cultures as the Mayas, Ioltecs or Aztecs in Mexico and Central America, have been "lost."
Among the lost artifacts are the bones of giant men, some of them eight feet tall, uncovered in full armor with swords and even large treasures.
Childress said Ivan T. Sanderson, a well-known zoologist, once told about a letter received about an engineer stationed on the Aleutian Island of
Shemya during World War II. While building an airstrip, the workers found human remains in an ancient Alaskan mound. The bones were of giants that had
cranias measuring 22 to 24 inches from base to crown. Adult skulls normally measure about eight inches from back to front. The remains were turned
over to the Smithsonian, where all trace of them disappeared.
Other lost artifacts include thousands of carved stone figures, some in jade and obsidian, discovered at Acambaro, Mexico in 1944. These figures
ranging from an inch to six feet in height, depicted dinosaurs in active association with humans. Some showed the animals eating humans. Radiocarbon
dating at the University of Pennsylvania indicated that the objects were made about 6,500 years ago.
Then there is the strange story that appeared in the Phoenix Gazette on April 5, 1909. It was a lengthy front-page article about an archaeological dig
conducted by the Smithsonian at the Grand Canyon. The story gives a detailed report of the discovery and excavation of a rock-cut vault by a Professor
S. A. Jordan of an Egyptian tomb. The Smithsonian today claims to have no record of such a dig.
"While it cannot be discounted that the entire story is an elaborate newspaper hoax, the fact that it was on the front page, named the prestigious
Smithsonian Institution, and gave a highly detailed story that went on for several pages, lends a great deal to its credibility," Childress wrote.
"It is hard to believe such a story could have come out of thin air."
That things are constantly being found where they don't seem to belong is a strong indication that the true history of this ancient planet is more
complex and involved than scholars would like us to believe. I suspect we humans have been down some of these same roads numerous times in the past.
If we aren't careful, we may be condemned to walk them a few more times until we get it right.
Also in case you missed it. Here is the link to Smithsonian Institution's cover up story. Scroll hafway down the page.