Choctaw legends say that after their people crossed the Mississippi River, they met a powerful race of cannibal giants. They came from the east and used mammoths as beasts of burden.
“Buffalo Bill” Cody tells of meeting a Pawnee Indian carrying, what an army surgeon declared to be a thigh bone of a giant man. When asked where the bone came from, the Indian said that long ago a race of giants had lived in the area who were 15 feet tall! “They could outrun a buffalo and even carry it in one hand” The Indian went on to say that these giants did not believe in a Great Spirit. So He caused a great rain to come, and the water kept rising higher and higher. So it drove them to the hills and then to the mountains and finally to the mountain tops. But even the mountain tops were submerged so all the giant men were drowned. After the flood, the Great spirit decided that he had made man too large and powerful. So He would correct the mistake and make man of smaller size and less strength. He said this story is a matter of Indian history passed down from time immemorial.
The Sioux say that the earth was originally peopled by giants, who were three times the size of modern man. They too say that the giants denied belief in a Creator. They too say that the giants were wiped out by a great flood.
Navaho legends also tell of a great giant that used to wander the land. They also say that giants used to live in the Grand Canyon and they were 10 to 18 feet tall.
In the Chaco Canyon in New Mexico, at the base of the cliff behind the ruins of Pueblo Bonito, are a series of six-toed footprints. In the 1890’s in Crittenden, Arizona, men uncovered a granite coffin 12 feet in length. But the only remaining evidence was a six toed foot.
The Paiute Indians have legends about giants and how they killed them. The race of giants they called Si-Te-Ca were very tall, red-haired cannibals. The Paiutes started war against them when they entered their land. A coalition of tribes managed to trap the last remaining giants in a cave. While shooting arrows at them, they started a large fire at the mouth of the cave. Eventually the giants were completely wiped out.
One of the richest finds of giant skeletons is in the Ohio Valley. These are the so-called ‘Hopewell Mounds’ by archeologists as they are attributed to the Hopewell Indians. In fact, there is no such thing as Hopewell Indians! The land itself was owned by a farmer named Hopewell. Archeologists said that it was all ceremonial stuff from an unknown tribe of Native Americans so they dubbed them the Hopewell. They didn’t want it found out about all the giant skeletons there (because that flies in the face of their evolutionary theories on man – see the file; “Evolutionists Lies & Coverups”). Native Americans themselves will tell you these structures were built by giants.
There are over 300 historical accounts of giant skeletons in the Ohio Valley! Also found is Hebrew script and Sumerian symbols. You can find this all documented in the book, “The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley” by Fritz Zimmerman. Ohio Historical Society archeologist, Brad Lepper says, “The Hopewell built these ceremonial spaces, on such a large scale, not for the locals, but for people hundreds if not thousands of miles away.” (What? – Does that even make any practical sense at all?)
The Cahokia Mounds of Ohio is the largest and most complex archeological site north of the pre-Columbian cities in Mexico. It is the largest prehistoric earthen construction in the Americas north of Mexico with more than 120 earthen mounds. Some reach 100 feet into the sky and more than 50 million cubic feet of earth was moved for the construction.
In Newark and Heath, Ohio are three sections of preserved earthworks; The Great Circle Earthworks, the Octagon Earthworks and the Wright Earthworks. This complex contains the largest earthen enclosures in the world. The site itself covers 206 acres. The Great Circle Earthwork shows advanced scientific understanding in regards to its complex construction. The Octagon Earthworks has a complex lunar observatory. The moon rises within one-half of a degree of the Octagon’s exact center and is twice as precise as Stonehenge.