7.5 Meter (24.6 feet)Giants in Ecuador? And the Giant Footprints of Tawara
In still another battle, which took place at Gath, there was a huge man with six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot—twenty-four in all. He also was descended from Rapha. 2 Samuel 21:20
The Giant Bones from Ecuador
From the collection of Carlos Vaca.
"The myths of all peoples tell of giants with superhuman strength. Most scientists doubt that there are real foundations for this.
But a find from Ecuador might point to the existence of an unknown early race of giants.
A collection of giant bones was found in the estate of the late Father Carlos Vaca.
Anatomists identified one of them as a section (occipital)of a human skull. They believe that another bone may be part of a human heel.
Judging by its size, it would have belonged to a giant human or primate. In its lifetime, it would have been an unbelievable 7.50 meters tall.
Erich Von Daniken poses with Mystery Park's scaled human skull reconstruction based on the size of human bones in Carlos Vaca's collection.
Mystery Park succeeded in completing a hypothetical reconstruction of this giant. Did more creatures than the dinosaurs die out 65 million years ago? Did the giants fall victim to the huge climatic catastrophe as well?"...... Unsolved Mysteries.net from Voyager.rai.it
"Mystery Park is an amusement park located near Interlaken, Switzerland. Designed by Erich von Däniken, it consists of seven pavilions, each of which explores a great "mystery" of the world.
Nazca explores the Nazca Lines near Nazca, Peru.
Contact explores cargo cults.
MegaStones explores Stonehenge.
Maya explores the Maya calendar.
Orient explores Great Pyramid of Giza.
Vimana explores Vimana (flying machines) described in the Mahabharata and the Rig Veda.
Challenge explores space flight and Mars exploration.
The Panorama Kugel is the central pavilion, topped by a 41-meter high sphere, from which the park's grounds can be seen. The Kugel also contains exhibits of von Däniken's works"....WIKIPEDIA
The Giant footprints of Tawara
“…What was most interesting to Von Daniken, and to me, were the GIANT FOOTPRINTS of Tarawa.
A book has even been written about them, entitled The Footprints of Tarawa (it is extracted from the Journal of the Polynesian Society, Vol 58, No.4, December 1949, Wellington, New Zealand, and written by I.G. Turbott).
This book mentions a number of places where these footprints can be found in the Kiribatis, [Islands] but the main spot is in the village of Banreaba at a spot called Te Aba-n-Anti, the “Place of the Spirits,” or Te Kananrabo, “the Holy Place.”
One of the "giant footprints" in volcanic stone on the Island of Tawara.
“Here various footprints can clearly be seen in the volcanic stone, some of them so huge as to seem impossible. MOST HAVE SIX TOES ON EACH FOOT. The largest are about three feet long, easily twice as large as the foot of an especially tall person…
The footprints are reported to be very clear, with the toes, heels and outline distinct: naturally rounded and curved like a normal footprint.
They were certainly not natural rock formations coincidently formed into footprints…These men [Giants] apparently had six toes and were probably ten to twelve feet tall…” Pages 192-193...Quoted in Nibiru And The Lemurian Connection - Part One, By Greg Jenner
"All over the archipelago, footprints in solid stone can be found, ranging from children’s feet to normal sized feet and even gigantic prints 1.37 m long and 1.14 m wide.
One left foot print has twelve toes, but most of the prints show only six toes. In average, they are about 1 cm deep. These prints can be found on all 16 Kiribati islands, one on Tarawa near of the village of Antebuka"...Giant Footprints of Tawara
"On Tarawa, the main atoll of Kiribati, I found the footprints of a giant, his wife and children in a schoolyard - in the village of Banreaba. They all had six toes"...Giant Footprints of Tawara
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