Ages of the Giants
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For more than a century now across the eastern portion of North America, burials of ancient people who possessed a very tall stature have been uncovered. Ages of the Giants utilizes actual archaeological reports and the records of American Antiquarians, along with numerous historical chronicles and press accounts to document the cultures of a distinct sub-population of large, powerfully-built individuals of extraordinary height who inhabited ancient North America for thousands of years. The product of a decade of research, including fieldwork at ancient sites and the study of thousands of pages of archaeological literature, Ages of the Giants traces the history of the ancient Tall Ones across four millennia, and features in-depth descriptions of the cultures they founded, as well as their traditions, cosmology, and settlement patterns.
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Aug 11, 2019The TRUTH is OVERWHELMING! I give their book 10 STARS!!! A lot of research and effort went into writing this book. I HIGHLY recommend it!!! Jason Jarrell and Sarah Farmer have found probably 100’s of these CREDIBLE journalistic references from The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Catholic Church, The Daily Republican and so many more… I have to say that Jason & Sarah have surpassed what I anticipated this book to represent. Knowing Jason and Sarah over the years, I wouldn’t expect anything LESS. I read it when they first published the book. Yes, I’m a little behind in my reviews. No, reflection on their book just ME getting to it… This book has sooooo MANY CREDiBLE “cited” references of humans being at an average height of 6.5”-7” feet or taller. WOMEN of heights exceeding 6.5” feet. It’s truly ASTONISHING. This is a chapter in human evolution that is purposely trying to be fabricated out of American history. Thanks... More > to Jason and Sarah Jarrell they have compiled a FANTASTIC resource of MANY journalistic resources with dates and articles for humanity to reference for the future. There are soooo MANY legitimate journalistic accounts like the - NEW YORK TIMES, May 5th, 1885 “ “Last week a small mound near Homer was open by some school boys, who found a skeleton. Today further search was made, and several feet below the surface of the earth in a large vault, with stone floor and bark covering, were found four huge skeletons, three being each over seven feet in length and the other eight.” -The Washington Times, December 17th, 1905 “Henry County, Ind., was once inhabited by a race of giants, who buried their dead in mounds. Skeletons of men who were at least eight feet tall have been found from time to time, four having been unearthed several years ago. A few weeks later were the bodies of very large men. “ -William Richard Harris, The Catholic Church in the Niagara Peninsula 1626-1895, (1895). “About one and a half miles west of Shelby, in Orleans County, N.Y., is a mound from which were taken skeletons of a giant size, pieces of pottery and earthenware, covered with patterns in relief…” -The Daily Republican, January 11th, 1906 “One day last week while making an excavation into a mound-like formation some farmer near Rugby in Batholomew county unearthed a number of skeletons of giant size. Buried with the skeletons, were a number of various implements made of copper in curious shapes.”< Less
Feb 10, 2018I've had the good fortune of working with Jason and Sarah over the last few years, helping out where possible. As it turned out, however, I learned much from their work, and will actually be referencing them when republishing my own work, A Tradition of Giants. What they have done is what Vine Deloria always suggested on this subject, i.e. scour the libraries and see what other scholars have discovered, however overlooked and forgotten. We live in a very unforgiving academic clime, and worldwide. It has been traditional that academia in general sets the pace and authors the textbooks. But such is not the way of truth, it is simply a survival of the fittest. Hence special projects are undertaken from time to time to restore balance and to keep alive the most outstanding facts so that succeeding generations may have access. Jarrell and Farmer aren't going to get rich selling this book because it's real and serves an important purpose toward establishing the facts of academic treatment,... More > pro and con, of a physically remarkable race internal to Indian races. It's a decent overview of the distinct likelihood of these people having been in charge of all Native American affairs throughout the Archaic period and into the three segments of the Woodland. By integrating themselves seamlessly at the core of family and tribal politics through and through Eastern North America from a remote period, they became the mouthpieces of the Great Spirit and were doubtless honored as such. Native traditions as received through men like Vine Deloria relate that taller men were always sought out by the young women for marriage--similar, I would imagine, as young women today seeking out medical students to ensure a comfortable future for themselves. I'm only halfway through this book now, but thought it might be advantageous to put in my 2 cents at this point< Less
Jan 15, 2018Was so excited to get this wonderful book.Jason Jarrell and Sarah Farmer did a great job.So much research had to be done and they did it well.I cant wait for the next book to come out.
Jan 8, 2018Carrying the torch of the late Vine Deloria Jr, and the current scholar Ross Hamilton, Jason Jarrell and Sarah Farmer have presented an extremely compelling, and credible case for the emergence of a sophisticated elite with pronounced physical features, and commanding stature within the ancient Native American woodland cultures, spanning several thousand years. Outlined in brilliant archaeological and anthropological detail, this book is very academic in nature, and well sourced, with some 445 footnotes, and hundreds of additional references from archaeological works, excavations, bulletins, county histories, and news papers. The chapter on Aryanism, Eugenics and the Ancient Giants, was an extremely fascinating read which really hit home the sort of psychology of certain heads of institutions and prominent wealthy families who had a vested interest, and disinterest in the Tall Ones! Amazing Art work by Marcia K. Moore provides us a forensic recreation - a glimpse of a statuesque elite... More > Adena man, and woman, as well as a cloaked Hopewell shaman - based on actual archaeological measurements! If you enjoyed Ross Hamilton's "A Tradition of Giants" then I highly recommend you read this book! Micah Ewers / Rephaim23< Less
Jan 6, 2018Mr. Jarrell and Ms. Farmer have done an excellent work here! For the true historian who is skeptical of new found claims and theories, this book allows you to form your own conclusions with evidence and documentation. I cannot wait for their next work to be published to answer questions that I have from reading the 1st book. I recommend this book to any who truly have questions about the Native Americans who were here before!I will leave one word for one to savor......GIANTS!
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- Jason Jarrell and Sarah Farmer (Standard Copyright License)
- First Edition
- Serpent Mound Books and Press
- December 19, 2017
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 2.06 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 8.5 wide x 11 tall
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