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Sansanoy



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PostSubject: Giant of Castelnau   Fri May 19, 2017 10:48 am

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I came across this today and thought it was pretty significant. There are reportedly around a 1,000 or more news paper clippings about giants and that is a big deal in it's own right but someone can always say it's not credentialed. Giant of Castelnau is different though because it shows up in a Scientific Journal. It shows up in the French Journal "Le Nature". I think given manifest destiny it might be better to search for non American Journals for this sort of thing. Here is what is written in that Journal.

"I think it unnecessary to note that these bones are undeniably human, despite their enormous size.... The first is the middle part of the shaft of a femur, 14 cm length, almost cylindrical in shape, and the circumference of the bone is 16 cm.... The second piece is the middle and upper part of the shaft of a tibia.... The circumference is 13 cm at the nutrient foramen.... the length of fragment is 26 cm.... The third, very singular, was regarded by good anatomists as the lower part of a humerus.... The volumes of the bones were more than double the normal pieces to which they correspond. Judging by the usual intervals of anatomical points, they also involve lengths almost double.... The subject would have been a likely size of 3m, 50."[1]


The bones of the Castelnau giant were studied at the University of Montpellier and examined by M. Sabatier, professor of Zoology, at the University of Montpellier, and M. Delage, professor of paleontology at the University of Montpellier, in addition to other anatomists. In 1892 the bones were carefully studied by Dr. Paul Louis André Kiener, professor of pathological anatomy at Montpellier School of Medicine, for which he admitted they represented a "very tall race", but nevertheless found them abnormal in dimensions and apparently of "morbid growth."[3][4]


It is of some interest that in 1894, press accounts mentioned a further discovery of bones of human giants unearthed at a prehistoric cemetery at Montpellier, France (5 km Southwest of Castelnau) while workers were excavating a water works reservoir. Skulls "28, 31, and 32 inches in circumference" were reported alongside other bones of gigantic proportions which indicated they belonged to a race of men "between 10 and 15 feet in height." The bones were reportedly sent to the Paris Academy for further study.[5][6]"
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PostSubject: Re: Giant of Castelnau   Fri May 19, 2017 1:03 pm

preaching to the choir....you know it, i know it, and everybody on this forum knows that its true...if "science religionists" admitted it, then it proves the bible to be true and their services in the science world would no longer be needed....it'll all come out one day
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