George Washington and the Giants 👾😈

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  1. I have heard that large than average human bones have been found but when you think about it…look at some of the basketball players. Would they not be considered giants? If you’ve ever seen an eight foot tall man (or woman) standing in front of you, the word giant would probably come to mind. 🙂

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    1. I was 10 years old and we were on a trip to a foreign country. It was a crowded Street in the evening with everyone having fun. I was holding my dad’s hand and suddenly the hand was feeling different. I looked up and saw this taaalllll thin guy with bouncy curly hair looking at me all surprised. Probably around 7ft.
      Somehow in the crowd I had left dad’s hand and held his.
      It was soooo scary!!!! As if being lost in a foreign country isn’t scary enough, on top of that such a hugeee guy!!
      Anyways my parents were nearby!😂😂
      This was my encounter with a giant!!😝
      Would like to meet an 8ft though☺

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    1. After reading that line about George Washington, I too got very intrigued about what could have been the implications on the society, both at that time and at the ancient civilizations.
      There can be many other possibilities also, the one involving the dinosaurs also seemed interesting ☺

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  2. L’histoire est pleine d’exemples de la présence des géants sur terre qu’on trouve dans les écritures sacrées et profanes ainsi que que les gravures rupestres des hommes préhistoriques. Ces souvenirs sont restés enfouis dans la mémoire collective des hommes; L’infiniment grand et l’infiniment petit.

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    1. Il est fort possible qu’à un moment donné, des primates géants circulent. Ou peut-être même une forme d’intervention Alien. Les possibilités sont infinies. Et chaque option semble possible et très intéressante !!

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      1. My thoughts on the picture or on the giants?

        Concerning the picture, it is 100% true. Velociraptors DEFINITELY ride around on top of sharks with machine guns: everyone knows that.

        Regarding giants, at one point there WERE hominids that were much larger than ourselves. Gigantopithecus stood up to 10 feet tall and weighed up to 1,200 pounds, which would have been enormous for our ancestors (who were likely shorter than ourselves on average). I don’t know if humans ever coexisted with gigantopithecus, but if they then perhaps tales of giants are influenced by ancestral memories (in the form of stories) about that species.

        Of course legends about giants are very widespread, so there must be other explanations as well. I think the dinosaur bone theory sounds pretty good, although I’m not sure if it can account for everything. If the ‘Star People’ you mentioned are aliens, I think it’s almost impossible that there aren’t other intelligent creatures out there: the universe is just too big for that to be the case. So I don’t think it’s impossible that extraterrestrial beings have visited Earth in the past.

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      2. Haha😂😂 I thought I was the only one who believed in dinosaurs riding sharks!!😝😝
        You are right. There were giant apes who did co-exist with humans. Reaching up to heights of 10-12 feet and standing on 2 legs, they were pretty much Giants themselves. Even though they were more ape than ever humans. One of those species that couldn’t make the evolutionary leap into more advanced hominina. Maybe they inspired the tales of Yeti, hairy giants walking around in jungles and mountains.

        There could have been many possibilities of the origin of giants. I once saw a drawing on the temples of an ancient civilization, depicting a giant what looked like a space man, in a space suit.
        I read another theory that experiments were carried out in ancient times, of fusing 2 types of animals and giving rise to another kind……the mythological monsters we read about…….we never really know how advanced were the ancient people and if they got extraterrestrial help! Even though extraterrestrial contact is very likely.
        But I think its unlikely of giants looking like modern humans and reaching upto 30-40ft as thought in the 1700s, after seeing the dinosaurs skeletons.
        Endless possibilities. And all more interesting than the other ☺

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    1. Yes its very much possible!! There are many records of Giants walking on the Earth. Even if not exactly looking like modern day humans, still can be genetically related in the form of ancestors. The 30 feet Giants that we read about in story books, is a fascinating idea. Even though apes as tall as 10-12 ft definitely existed as accounts can be found. Ofcourse we really can’t say anything for sure. Neither we know if ancient civilizations were at all ‘un-civilised’. They could have been much more advanced than we think and many more possibilities can be there regarding giants☺

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      1. Agreed!! I think back when dinosaurs and big bugs and rodents were around, Giants were as well. But I also believe at one point in time our ancestors knew why we were here n what our “mission” was but after billions of years of life dying and starting over from scratch, there would never been any evidence of a civilization. Look at how our concrete buildings can last years while being lived in, but once abandoned they’re taken over by nature and slowly turn into dust.

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      2. Yes absolutely! I too believe the ancient civilizations were much more advanced technologically and through state of mind and subconscious as well. But all the old knowledge is lost now after the time gap.
        Its even said that life form in Earth is actually from another dying planet…..sent here to sustain and live.

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      3. I would believe that 100%. They say our only survival in the next so many years would be to leave earth and start New on another planet. How do we know that hasn’t already happened, and earth is the “other planet” and we originally came from Mars before it turned into how it is now. If you look at the way earth will look and the kind of way it will be after the end of life, it looks just like Mars. Just a never ending cycle of life. I agree, subconsciously is the most thing I believe we lack of. Our brain is capable of shit we couldn’t even fathom probably.

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      4. I was reading an interview of a female astronaut. And her dream is too see rehabilitation of Mars by the earthlings. NASA is approaching towards that dream in full fledge and maybe…..one day we can witness it. I agree, our subconscious is capable of some deep shit! Lucy is a good film on that 😉

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  3. How neat… some theories concerning Aliens might state that there were aliens on earth, a long time ago… many species… and one of those groups were giants…. that would explain certain things: such as the scultptures in the Island of Pascua…. Love the post, my lovely… have a wonderful weekend. Aquileana 🙂

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    1. Yes its very much possible. I had once seen an image drawn on the temples of an ancient civilization depicting a giant. Which absolutely looked like a man in a space suit. There are many accounts of extraterrestrial life like bringing advanced technology to earth. And I also believe in it. The possibilities are endless and mind boggling. ☺

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  4. If the IT thing doesn’t work out, I think you have a future as a journalist. This is a fascinating and well-told tale. I can easily see how 18th century folks would have been astonished upon finding dinosaur bones. When I was a small boy, my family went to western Canada to see relatives. My uncle drove us to a park in the “badlands” of Alberta, a Canadian province. There, they had excavated numerous dinosaur fossils, and some were on display in a museum. I can still recall being super impressed by the size of the bones.
    Now, as to George Washington. We could surely use someone of his courage, wisdom, and sober judgment in America now. And I wouldn’t mind having his sidekick, Alexander Hamilton around–instead of just onstage in a musical.
    The cold, blustery weather has finally arrived, so I can envy y’all in the land of perpetual warmth! 🙂

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    1. Its pretty cold here now and I can imagine what it must be over there. Here I’m shivering there I’ll become a frozen statue lol 😂
      Dinosaur skeletons can be profound! So huge, to think they once walked the Earth is definitely impressing ☺
      My cousin brother got married!! The festivities will go on for a couple of days spread over 2 cities. My exams are also going on but good thing we are in final year now, exams aren’t the no. 1 priority!!☺
      To have someone like George Washington now would be the need of the time. We had a huge chapter on him in History and one of the most impactful as well ☺

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      1. Sounds pretty cool to have the nuptials continue for days. Enjoy! Your mention of exams reminds me of law school exams. These were not that long ago for me, since law is my second career. I recall the exams as being very stressful; the kind of experience that you’re glad when it’s in the rear view mirror. 🙂
        I’m surprised you spent so much time on Washington. He was known as the Indispensable Man. It seemed to me, when reading about him, that he willed the American victory in the Revolution. No one else at the time could’ve done it, I think.
        Indian history does not get any coverage in American schools. The only familiarity I have is by reading about M. Gandhi and the independence movement. You perhaps know that Gandhi in turn was a major influence on Dr. Martin Luther King and the American civil rights movement of the 1960s.
        And speaking of American history, I direct you to my blog post for today about another great American president who was too soon taken from us.
        https://spiritinpolitics.wordpress.com/2016/11/22/all-the-world-will-be-in-love-with-night-shakespeare/

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      2. We also read about Abraham Lincoln. We had a part of our syllabus on World History ☺
        In Indian modern History, my favourite personalities are Bhagat Singh, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Tipu Sultan.
        There are 2 more parts in Indian History, medieval India and Ancient India. The medieval part was the Mughal rule, with great rulers like Babur and Akbar.
        And from Ancient history, Asoka is my favourite. He’s from the same time frame as Buddha and heavily inspired by him ☺
        I’m particularly passionate about history!!☺
        Read your article on JF Kennedy!! A very sad day in History. I had seen a documentary on him many years ago, he truly was an impactful personality ☺

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      3. Just read the post!! Your feelings and thoughts were very vivid after seeing the letter. I can understand, seeing such a great personality’s handwriting from so many years ago feels like a momentary time travel☺

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      4. It’s nice that we share an enthusiasm for history. One of my goosebump moments was visiting the battlefield park at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, which is about a day’s drive for me. Gettysburg was the site of the Civil War’s largest battle and pretty much the whole battlefield, 4 or 5 miles from end to end, is preserved as it was in July, 1863. It’s also where Lincoln gave the most famous of American speeches, the two minute long Gettysburg Address. I remember driving into the park past the scores of monuments to the soldiers and then up to the national cemetery where Lincoln spoke in November, 1863. You can walk out to the spot Lincoln stood. You can read his words–the whole speech was less than 300 words–and imagine the scene. “The world will little note, nor long remember, what we say here. It can never forget what they did here.” (Lincoln was a little too modest) It’s a feeling I’ll never forget.

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      5. That’s such an amazing experience Tom! Walking in the exact place, standing on the exact spot, so exciting!!😊 How wonderful you got to experience it☺ All these preserved sites are such a nostalgic place, imagining all the events that unfolded there, what were the exact thoughts of those people at that moment…..its incredible. Thank you for sharing your experience☺

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  5. The Bible speaks of Giants in the Land. Who knows? Maybe there was a race of giants who have since died out like certain primate species that no longer exist.

    Genesis 6-8
    The Message (MSG)

    Giants in the Land
    6 1-2 When the human race began to increase, with more and more daughters being born, the sons of God noticed that the daughters of men were beautiful. They looked them over and picked out wives for themselves.

    3 Then God said, “I’m not going to breathe life into men and women endlessly. Eventually they’re going to die; from now on they can expect a life span of 120 years.”

    4 This was back in the days (and also later) when there were giants in the land. The giants came from the union of the sons of God and the daughters of men. These were the mighty men of ancient lore, the famous ones.

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    1. Yes I read about this. Children of god and humans. Some call them Demi gods.
      I had once read about Huge aliens, who were worshipped by earth people. They often had children with earthlings and those kids were huge in size and a different shape of skull.
      Anything is possible. Every possibility seems very interesting. ☺

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  6. Giant and bones fossils of dinosaurs. I think interesting this opinion.
    Greeting. // Gigantes y huesos fósiles de dinosaurios. Me parece interesante esta opinión.
    Saludos.

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  7. Hi, Mithai —

    Enjoyed this post! You are not so far off. There’s a woman, Adrienne Mayor, who argues Greek and Roman myths were often based on fossil finds. Here’s the link to a NY Times article about her work:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2000/07/04/science/greek-myths-not-necessarily-mythical.html

    Unfortunately, when early archaeologists first excavated temples they simply discarded the dinosaur bones stored there as sacred relics. Oh, well.

    Much love,

    A. ❤

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    1. I just read the post Anna!! Its amazing. Her post clarified and confirmed some of my thoughts. After reading that quote about George Washington I also couldn’t help but wonder that how come the ancient civilizations never found any dinosaur bones. And then it occurred to me that probably those fossils and skeletons inspired the monsters of mythology all over the world! Its wonderful to have such an experienced and knowledgeable person on this field like Adrienne Mayor share similar thoughts. Thank so much for sharing the post!!😊😍❤❤

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  8. To this day, people believe implicitly in any number of things for which there is less actual proof than for the existence of giants. There aren’t even any unexplained skeletons to provide a basis for such ideas; only stories passed on about them. So what has changed …?

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    1. True nothing much has changed! The changes in society over time are huge but superficial. The underlying thought process still remains the same. Even though to know about new possibilities and a fantasy world is always interesting!☺

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      1. There is in all probability a mix of opposites. Unfounded and quite ridiculous beliefs. and apparently unfounded and seemingly ridiculous beliefs which turn out to have much truth in them.

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  9. In Cabras (Oristano – Sardinia) there are the Giants of Monte Prama, that figure legendary fighters. I invite you to come and enjoy the Museum of the Giants in Cabras 🙂

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    1. You know I believe its only love if you end up spending your life with someone. Breakups and such things aren’t ‘real’. If you are not with that particular person, there might be a void in heart…..but it isn’t real…..its more like made up emotions. And you are stronger that your emotions…..its just some hormones, you can overcome it!! I don’t mean to sound insensitive at all…..its what I believe in.
      Comb your hair, wear a jacket and give yourself a high five in the mirror😉 You are a rockstar, approaching towards finding someone better 😀

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  10. Bonjour MITHAI

    Nous voici bientôt au mois de décembre et à l’approche de Noël

    Mois d’amour et de gaité

    Entre nous , soyons dans la paix et l’amitié

    Ce mois de décembre doit-être plus beau que celui de 2015

    Pour moi

    Mes amies amis vous êtes des anges

    Des anges de l’amitié

    Un peu pardon et de partage afin tout le monde soit heureux

    Mes amies amis au cours de cette année qui vas s’écouler

    Vous m’avez donné du temps en venant faire un passage sur mon blog par vos écris

    Merci à tous bon Week-End

    Bisous , BERNARD

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  11. Hi Mithai,
    Thanks for following my blog. I am now following yours. I was really impressed by this piece as I have always had an interest in myths. I like to compare the commonality of them between cultures. I like your observations about how they interpreted things around them in the natural world, and how some took advantage of it to maybe have control over others. In 5,000 years we still do this to a degree. Do you know the works of Joseph Campbell?

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    1. I just googled Joseph Campbell and read a bit about his work. Unfortunately I don’t know much about him even though hopefully I’ll find his documentary on YouTube ☺
      I agree society still runs in similar ways as it used to 5000 years ago.
      It was lovely meeting you, someone who shares the same interests, thank you so much for taking the time to go through my posts and leaving such beautiful comments!!☺

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      1. You’re welcome. I have not gone through all of them as of yet, it will take time as I have been trying to go through all the rest of my followers.
        For Canpbell, I would suggest first a book by Bill Moyers interviewing him,, called, The Power Of Myth. It is a good introduction to him and his works. It was a PBS series, but I do not think it is on youtube. It was for awhile, but it was removed. I think you would appreciate his views.His most famous work is Hero With A Thousand Faces.

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      2. Thank you so much I’ll refer to them!!☺ I hope a pdf is available else I’ll order in Amazon. I love books and shows on myths and their disclosure!!☺ I would surely appreciate his views, thank you for introducing me to a person like him😊

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      3. If you were my neighbor I would give you a copy of The Power Of Myth as I have two. If you do order any of them, order that one first, so you can get an introduction to his work. It’s pretty deep. he was very much influenced by Native Americans, Hinduism, Buddhism and of course classical mythology

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      4. I would love to be neighbours with you!!💟💟 I don’t like our current neighbours 😉😝
        When I order, I’ll order the first one as you said☺
        I read in wiki about how many years he dedicated to mythology studies, I really wanna know his inferences ☺

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      5. I’d like to be yours too. We don’t even know our neighbors. Sometimes we say hello, to the ones next door. A lot of people come and go here. I wish you were closer, that book is probably expensive. It is done in an interview format, as an introduction to Campbell and his works. The series was really good.

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      6. We don’t even say hello to the ones next day, real freaks! And yeah I too don’t know most of their names. Wonder why most neighbors are like that!!
        Even my friends have such weird neighbors 😜
        I already miss you as my neighbor, I really do☺

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      7. When I was younger, neighbors were not like that. Everyone knew everyone, and pretty much got along, they looked out for each other. You did not have to be afraid. People used to walk down the street and gossip, sit on their porches,and visit each other. These days people are too wrapped up in their own lives, and are afraid to say anything, or get close. So many of them are wrapped up in their own little worlds, which usually aren’t nice places.I’m sure some of that has to do with socio-economical conditions, among other factors. I miss the old days. You can be my neighbor, come on over and we can barbecue, listen to music, talk, go shopping, and all that good stuff.

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      8. Yeah its sad how things are these days. Its very difficult to let go off the guard. Common people these days commit crimes so easily that its very difficult to trust anyone. You never know their real agenda.
        Since childhood I never eat anything given any one other than my parents. I even follow it now. I too get surprised how a lot of people take things so easy, mingle with everyone….. they can never imagine that things can go wrong anytime.
        Its always better to keep situations under your own control!
        I too wish you were my neighbor, we could get to do all neighbourly things!!☺
        I can’t imagine any of those with our current neighbors, crazy people!!

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      9. Well at least ours aren’t crazy, not in this place. Have had crazy ones, but here, no one talks to each other, so you don’t even know them.
        You definitely have to be on your guard from everyone.
        I am that way about food too, that’s weird that we both feel like that, but at least I am not alone with that one.

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      10. He is famous for the saying, “follow your bliss”. Sorry about your neighbors. I think everyone has that experience at some point.Some can be real jerks.

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      11. Neighbors ARE from other planets these days. I thought it was just my area, so I guess this is something universal. I like the TV programs where there are perfect parents, with perfect kids, and all the neighbors drop in. There is less of that now.They are showing more dysfunctional families, which is closer to reality.

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      12. A lot of people are getting psychologically perverted these days. I don’t know why that happens……so much hatred, jealousy…… ordinary people, living safe comfortable lives, but still having so much criminal mentality…..why does it happen like this??

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      13. I don’t really know, but there seems to be a lot of pent up anger. Some people are afraid, some are indifferent. There’s so much crazy stuff going on in the world, so much violence, and I think it’s just people sort of absorbing all of that negativity.

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  12. Folklore in many countries contains stories about giants. Probably humans today might be considered giants if one tries to enter historical buildings from that time period such as Shakespeare’s home or even much later, the home of Franz Kafka. I recall having to stoop down because of low ceilings and doors. Because of diets and good health, people today seem to be taller than the time period of which you wrote. Interesting post. ^__^

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    1. Yeah its quite possible in ancient days there were species which were taller than us. Over time, living a more civilized life with less physical activity reduced the height in some races.
      There were actually a type of primates which reached 10-12 feet, even though the giants I mentioned here were around 30-50ft.
      Ofcourse there are many possibilities, probing over them is always very interesting.
      Thank you for visiting. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. ☺ Happy weekends ☺

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    1. The only giants I knew were Selfish Giant by Oscar Wilde and the giants from Jack and the beans stock. I too was surprised that giants have such a substantial existence in people’s minds. And even more interesting that these tales could’ve been inspired by dinosaurs. Ofcourse there are many more possibilities!☺
      Giants just turned out to be very interesting!😉
      Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!!😊
      Happy weekends ☺

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  13. As always i enjoyed every bit of information you shared here while at the same time i also love and am looking forward to the comments cos you have brilliant followers who really take time to share their thougts..

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    1. And as always I enjoy all your kind and friendly comments!!😊
      Yes Mich I have wonderful friends here who take their time to read my posts and share their opinions and thoughts as well, I feel most honored with this gesture of their’s!!☺
      How’s your weekend going??☺

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      1. I don’t like drizzling rains but storms are fun……well most of the times!☺ Its also cold here. But I just returned from my cousin brother’s wedding which was fun contrary to my most weekends at home watching tv and ordering food!!😊

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    1. True people in general are getting taller due to better health and diet. But I was reading in some countries the height is decreasing from their average height….I guess due to lack of physical activities and more brain centric work☺

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    1. Thank you so much, I’m very glad you enjoyed my post!! That’s very kind of you. The topic also gripped me to divulge further into it…..to that that so much for only some dinosaurs 😉 Ofcourse there are other possibilities as well☺
      Its been a long time since you posted anything!! I’m looking forward to your new posts☺

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  14. “Innocence” (virginity? Hah!) is certainly fertile ground for the most creative minds to self-explain the planet we inhabit and humans around us! President George Washington or President-elect Donald “Duck” tRump are no exceptions! 😉

    I just rewatched one of my favorite TV-series the other night — Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey — and the season 1 (episode 13) finale was incredibly good! After the show repeated Carl Sagan’s phenomenal award-winning soliloquy “The Pade Blue Dot“, Neal Degrasse Tyson spoke these final words. Please excuse the length Mithai, but I feel Tyson’s words are quite apropos for your post’s subject here and how it is/was possible for people to believe in (faith?) some of the WILDEST imaginations…

    How did we, tiny creatures living on that speck of dust, ever manage to figure out how to send spacecraft out among the stars of the Milky Way? Only a few centuries ago, a mere second of cosmic time, we knew nothing of where or when we were.
    Oblivious to the rest of the cosmos, we inhabited a kind of prison — a tiny universe bounded by a nutshell.
    How did we escape from the prison? It was the work of generations of searchers who took five simple rules to heart.
    Question authority.
    No idea is true just because someone says so, including me.
    Think for yourself.
    Question yourself.
    Don’t believe anything just because you want to.
    Believing something doesn’t make it so.
    Test ideas by the evidence gained from observation and experiment.
    If a favorite idea fails a well-designed test, it’s wrong! Get over it.
    Follow the evidence, wherever it leads.
    If you have no evidence, reserve judgment.
    And perhaps the most important rule of all… Remember, you could be wrong.
    Even the best scientists have been wrong about some things.
    Newton, Einstein, and every other great scientist in history, they all made mistakes.
    Of course they did — they were human.
    Science is a way to keep from fooling ourselves and each other.
    Have scientists known sin? Of course.
    We have misused science, just as we have every other tool at our disposal, and that’s why we can’t afford to leave it in the hands of a powerful few.
    The more science belongs to all of us, the less likely it is to be misused.
    These values undermine the appeals of fanaticism and ignorance and, after all, the universe is mostly dark, dotted by islands of light.
    Learning the age of the Earth or the distance to the stars or how life evolves — what difference does that make? Well, part of it depends on how big a universe you’re willing to live in.
    Some of us like it small.
    That’s fine.
    Understandable.
    But I like it big.
    And when I take all of this into my heart and my mind, I’m uplifted by it.
    And when I have that feeling, I want to know that it’s real, that it’s not just something happening inside my own head, because it matters what’s true, and our imagination is nothing compared with Nature’s awesome reality.
    I want to know what’s in those dark places, and what happened before the Big Bang.
    I want to know what lies beyond the cosmic horizon, and how life began.
    Are there other places in the cosmos where matter and energy have become alive and aware? I want to know my ancestors — all of them.
    I want to be a good, strong link in the chain of generations.
    I want to protect my children and the children of ages to come.
    We, who embody the local eyes and ears and thoughts and feelings of the cosmos, we’ve begun to learn the story of our origins — star stuff contemplating the evolution of matter, tracing that long path by which it arrived at consciousness.
    We and the other living things on this planet carry a legacy of cosmic evolution spanning billions of years.
    If we take that knowledge to heart, if we come to know and love nature as it really is, then we will surely be remembered by our descendants as good, strong links in the chain of life.
    And our children will continue this sacred searching, seeing for us as we have seen for those who came before, discovering wonders yet undreamt of in the Cosmos.

    An entertaining blog-post Mithai, thank you. 🙂

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  15. So interesting. And the commentary following certainly adds to the discussion. I have always considered basketball players to be giants, and they appear to be getting taller over the years. I’ve had several people over the years engage me in a discussion about extra terrestrials visiting planet earth being giants. Oh I am enjoying letting the imagination loose with this one Mithai. Thank you for excellent imaginative inspiration. 🎄

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    1. Its been so long!! You hadn’t blogged for a long time, I missed you❤❤
      Its always very interesting to ponder about ancient days. The possibilities are huge.I too like discussing about aliens, and even believe in their existence…..its such a vast outer space, with infinite universe….there can be extraterrestrial life out there☺
      Thank you so much for reading!!☺ Hope everything is going well with you☺ Happy weekends!!😊

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    1. Yes it is quite possible there were very tall species of ancestors of humans back then.
      Maybe they were referred to as giants……we even have it in our Hindu texts.
      According to the article I read, most people believed in existence of 40 feet tall giants, especially after finding dinosaur skeletons.
      Maybe the mention of giants in religious texts, strengthen their beliefs.
      So many things are possible, so many facts to be discovered and known…..makes for very interesting inferences.

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      1. Forty feet tall! I was referring to Goliath height, as in David and Goliath. I believe such skeletons have been found in the United States. Anyhow, your giant’s don’t frighten me, I will jump up high and hit them in the ankle.
        Biblical stories are found in stories told all over the world, the flooding the days of Noah for example.

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      2. The dinosaur skeletons were tall plus all those fairy tales…. maybe inspired all the imagination.
        Here we had stories like Ghototkach, who was a good guy and very tall and powerful. So some probably people used to be very tall back then.

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      1. I don’t have a favorite genre, per se, and my own novels are difficult to categorize because they combine diverse elements, but I believe they comprise my favorite things: adventure, humor, friendship/relationships, values set against a background of either fantasy or science fiction (sometimes a combination).

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  16. Hi, thank you for enjoying my blog. Scientists have found giant bones of humans in and around Greece. But some of them claim apes became human. There has never been any proof of that. And if they did find an Eve bone in Africa, where is the evidence? Anyhow, those are some examples. Take care now.

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    1. I also saw some images of hugeee skulls and bones in sites of excavation but later read that those are Photoshopped. I mean who knows, they might have been true and govt is keeping them hidden…..or maybe just creative Photoshop ☺
      Thank you so much for visiting, take care you too!!😊

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  17. Bonjour en ce dimanche 11 décembre

    La froide saison
    c’est la douce chaleur du foyer,
    c’est la famille retrouvée
    et la bonne humeur.
    Puisse ce Noël à venir se prolonger
    durant toute l’année

    Belle nouvelle et heureuse année 2017

    Quelle te soit de santé et de bonheur

    Gros bisous et encore joyeux Noël et meilleur

    On se réchauffe en toute amitié

    A bientôt

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  18. That title is really apt👌👌.. This is so different from your previous articles… One of a kind! Imagination is “inspired” by reality… That’s a good and thought provoking line 😳😳
    Nice read..

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      1. Why not?? Who goes to college everyday???? You are in 3rd year now!! Besides the teachers hardly ever say anything extraordinary, its like wasting half the day when you could hv studied at home all this time!!

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      2. The thing is, the selfhosted one will not have all the features on WordPress reader, so no comments through reader… But the .wordpress.com has it.
        To comment on .in blog you need to open it on the web..
        No confusion!

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      1. I was watching an episode of Ancient Aliens where they said that all the huge animals were wiped away by the aliens so that humans can survive….. apparently human dna is actually alien dna….. things are pretty mindboggling, never know what to believe ☺
        Hope your holidays are going great!!💐🎂

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