I just ordered some Trey Smith books for our homeschool (okay, also for me). If you’ve never watched his channel, you really need to. The man is a genius.
Less than a century ago, newspaper articles reporting on the discovery of #giant bones were not a rare occasion. Before the Smithsonian stepped in and completely took over the narrative, there was much information to be found on the subject. I have no doubt that if this type of history would be taught in schools, more students would pay attention. The question we all have to ask is – WHY is this completely ignored, if not outright covered up?
In today’s video, I started out answering a common question about #mudflood windows and then shared an interesting article about Eureka Springs. The main topic, however, are castles and other #Tartarian buildings that seem to have been built for giants, and not the average man.
As divine providence would have it, as I was reading the other day, I came across an entire section in my book on the Smithsonian Institute and how, contrary to popular belief, it isn’t always forthcoming about reality. While I really wanted to get into more specifics about the giant stories of North America today, I changed course and decided to dig into the Smithsonian. After all, they’ve been implicated over and over again in the cover-up of the evidence of giant bones, so I thought I’d give you a little insight.
Things are often not what we’ve been told.
Are giants real, or are they myths? Because of their presence in fairy tales, they’re often written off as mere legends.
But what about the biblical accounts of them? Shouldn’t we believe what the Bible tells us?
Today’s video begins what I believe may be a 3-part series on the abundance of evidence behind the nephilim, better known as giants.