“Prejudices, it is well known, are most difficult to eradicate from the heart whose soil has never been loosened or fertilised by education: They grow there, firm as weeds among stones.” — Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre
In a bid to reclaim our hidden history, man has developed several theories as to our origins, attempting to explain the different species found throughout the world.
The Neanderthal man is of particular interest, but who exactly was he?
The popular conception of Neanderthals is that of big-browed, short, stocky, stooping, grunting, red-haired, ape-like cave men (and women) eking out a meagre existence during the harsh conditions of Ice Age Europe, the Near East, and Southwest Asia.
In many people’s minds Neanderthals are a primitive side branch of the human tree at best, a totally separate species from us, that was driven to extinction.
The truth is closer home — the Neanderthal man is a hybrid, the descendants of the Nephilim (offspring of fallen angels and human women), that lived after the flood (see Pagan gods). The aquatic creatures could not enter the ark, but they survived the flood, and the aquatic hybrids (see Transhumanism and Cyborgism) mated with human women after the flood to create terrestrial hybrids.
The fallen angels corrupted our DNA and this was the reason the earth (first world) was destroyed with a deluge; the Nephilim returned to earth in the post-flood world, and once more our DNA has been corrupted.
Their fossils are found all over the world.
Let’s learn a little more about them:
Neanderthals worshipped the cave bear, the spider, and the serpent — animals with whom they shared their caves, and cave bear worship was their most significant cult. Neanderthals worshipped the number 13, associated with the moon and the lunar calendar, a number that is still considered magical today. Neanderthals developed a profound knowledge of crystals and minerals. They developed their own unique symbols, signs, and sophisticated language systems.
Neanderthals weaved and sewed embroidery, wore jewellery, painted their faces and bodies, danced, had an elaborate mythology and cosmology, built stone circles, utilised sacred fires, and made ceremonial sacrifices. They had their own grand celebrations and feasts, which were spectacularly colourful and creative performances.
They worshipped the moon and other celestial bodies including constellations still worshipped today worldwide such as The Big Bear, Little Bear, and Draco (the dragon or serpent in the sky). Neanderthals had a strong religious life, based on an earth-magic religion, and they believed in the afterlife, practicing complex burial rituals.
The actuality of Neanderthal man — of whom archaeologists find only a handful of skeletons, a few altars, traces of ritualised burial, a range of flint tools, and an apparent knowledge of herbal remedies – was this: His was a moon-goddess-worshipping, matriarchal, food-gathering society, where women governed all matters. The only tasks delegated specifically to men were those where muscle power was directly and literally required, as in fighting, for example.
The structure and nature of man’s life was diametrically opposite. This was a patriarchal, hunter-warrior society, of which men governed all aspects, including religious life. Women were mere adjuncts in all things, whose main purpose was to bear sons and to comfort and care for the male. The supreme deity worshipped was the sun god (see Sun worship and The Great Deception).
Neanderthals were a mostly nocturnal species, and came out at night. Observing the skies and the moon for thousands of generations, they had become experts in all phenomena of the stars, having a great understanding of cycles and time, equinoxes and solstices, the phases of the moon.
The vertebrate brain includes the cerebrum and the cerebellum. In humans the cerebrum consists of the cerebral hemispheres that fill most of the skull. In humans the cerebellum is smaller than the cerebrum and situated at the back of the head tucked behind and under the cerebrum. Essentially the cerebrum and the cerebellum are two different brains that correspond to two different ways of approaching the world. The cerebrum is associated with ‘logical’ and ‘rational’ thinking, versus the cerebellum is associated with ‘dreaming’ and ‘telepathy’.
Both man’s and the Neanderthal’s brains both consisted of larger cerebrums and smaller cerebellums, but the Neanderthal’s brain had a much larger and more powerful cerebellum — Neanderthals developed a deep understanding of the natural world, but they did not necessarily do so in the rational, logical, ‘scientific’ manner that humans have come to expect and accept, but obtained their knowledge not logically and scientifically but intuitively.
After studying calcified plaque on Neanderthal fossil teeth found in El Sidrón cave in Spain, last year, microscopic fragments of herbs and plants were found in Neanderthal teeth that may well have become embedded in the stomach contents of deer, bison and other herbivores (a good source of vitamin C and trace elements), that had been hunted and eaten by Neanderthals.
Neanderthals and other hybrids inter-bred with man, and, as a result, we all have a certain percentage of Nephilim DNA.
Neanderthals and other hybrids still survive and live at the edges of our civilisation. They hide deep in the forests, the Netherworld, or deep in oceans, seas, lakes and rivers. They were, and still are, hunted for food.
Adena people, one of the most mysterious North American tribes. They were one of the earliest burial mound builders and by several accounts, a literal race of giants (quite a few skeletons have been found from individuals who would have been over eight feet tall).
Pygmies have lived in harmony for thousands of years with equatorial Africa’s magnificent jungles. They inhabit a narrow band of tropical rain forest about four degrees above and four degrees below the Equator, stretching from Cameroon’s Atlantic coast eastward to Lake Victoria in Uganda, Indonesia, the Philippines and the Andaman Islands, which lie southeast of Burma. With about 250,000 of them remaining, pygmies are the largest group of hunter-gatherers left on earth, with an average adult male height of no more than 150 centimeters, or about 4 feet, 11 inches.
Almas are reputed to inhabit the Caucasus and Pamir Mountains of central Asia, and the Altai Mountains of southern Mongolia. Almas are generally considered to be more akin to ‘wild people’ in appearance and habits than to apes (in contrast to the Yeti of the Himalayas).
They are typically described as human-like bipedal animals, between five and six and a half feet tall, their bodies covered with reddish-brown hair, with anthropomorphic facial features, including a pronounced browridge, flat nose, and a weak chin.
In one famous account a female Almas was captured in the nineteenth century. She was described as having skin of ‘a grayish-black colour, covered with reddish hair, longer on her head than elsewhere. She had a large face with big cheek bones, muzzle-like prognathous jaw and large eyebrows, big white teeth and a fierce expression’. First kept for some years in a stone enclosure, she later was kept in a cage, and finally in a house. She learned to obey simple orders and used branches and stones as tools. She became pregnant by her captors and while her first several infants died, she subsequently gave birth to two sons and two daughters who in turn produced children of their own via mating with other humans.
Denisovans, whose remains are found from Siberia to Southeast Asia. According to research, up to 6% of the DNA of Melanesians and Australian Aborigines is derived from Denisovans.
Melanesians are the dominant inhabitants of Melanesia. Melanesians appear to have occupied islands from Eastern Indonesia to as far east as the main islands in the Solomon Islands, including Makira and possibly the smaller islands farther to the east. Blond hair is exceptionally rare outside Europe, but evolved independently in Melanesia, where Melanesians of some islands are one of the few non-European peoples, and the only dark-skinned group, to have blond hair and blue eyes:
Hobbits possess unusual anatomical features explained by their complete isolation from the rest of humanity for thousands of years on their remote island home in Indonesia. A skull and partial skeletons of the tiny people, who grew to an adult height of no more than three feet, were unearthed from a cave on the island of Flores. They were flat-footed, long-toed creatures who could walk easily on two legs, but would have found it difficult to run at speed, and very small heads, which were perfectly in proportion to their bodies.
A range of small stone tools found alongside the bones suggest that the hobbits hunted and slaughtered local animals that lived on the island at the time, such as pygmy elephants, giant rats and reptiles, such as the Komodo dragon.
Maasai, who claim their ancestors came from ‘the sky’, are a Nilotic ethnic group of semi-nomadic people located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. The men in the Maasai tribe are born and raised to be warriors, and are said to have extremely large genitals. The Maasai are traditionally polygynous and polyandry is also practiced. A woman marries not just her husband, but the entire age group. Men are expected to give up their bed to a visiting age-mate guest. The woman decides strictly on her own if she will join the visiting male. Any child which may result is the husband’s child and his descendant in the patrilineal order of Maasai society.
Traditionally, the Maasai diet consisted of raw meat, raw milk, and raw blood from cattle (Almighty Yahweh forbids us to drink the blood of animals or eat raw meat (Leviticus 17:10-14, Genesis 9:4)).
The Maasai arrived in what is now northern Kenya and what is now central Tanzania between the 17th and late 18th century. Many ethnic groups that had already formed settlements in the region were forcibly displaced by the incoming Maasai,while other, mainly southern Cushitic groups, were assimilated into Maasai society. The resulting mixture of Nilotic and Cushitic populations also produced the Kalenjin and Samburu.
The adumu or aigus, the ‘jumping dance’, is a highly recognisable ritual of Maasai life. For the Maasai, the adumu is just one in a series of rituals that make up the eunoto, the ceremony in which the junior warriors, or morani, graduate to the ranks of manhood.
During the adamu, the morani jump until their heads soar past eight feet. It is not normal for a human being to achieve this.
Amazon warriors closely resemble the Nephilim from whom they descend — they are hairy, tall and powerfully built. Although popular myth suggests that they are an all-female tribe, the Amazons consist of both males and females. They live in forests, away from human civilisation.
Anunnaki of Egypt, Sumeria and Babylon were giants with a large skull shaped like that of a man, with a high, flat forehead, ape-like facial features and human bodies.
These giants may still be in existence, living in civilisations hidden from human intrusion. Since the declassification of the new ground-penetrating radar two years ago, the most staggering data has emerged of complex and labyrinthine underground systems in various parts of the world. At places like Guatemala in the South Americas, tunnels have been mapped under the Mayan pyramid complex at Tikal, which extend a full 800 kilometres to the opposite side of the country.
In similar fashion, the SIRA radar was deployed in Egypt as early as 1978, mapping an extraordinary subterranean complex beneath the Egyptian pyramids. Film footage of the work in progress, called ‘CHAMBERS OF THE DEEP’, reveals the discovery of a vast megalithic metropolis, centuries old, reaching several levels below the Giza plateau, and the legendary “City Of The Gods”, lays sprawled beneath the left paw of the Sphinx.
Complete with hydraulic underground waterways, the film shows massive chambers, the proportions of our largest cathedrals, with enormous statues, the size of the Valley of the Nile, carved in-situ. Researchers, risking their lives with lights and cameras, carefully negotiated rubber dinghies across subterranean rivers and kilometer-wide lakes, to penetrate sealed chambers beyond. Already, remarkable caches of records and artifacts have been found.
It is the legacy of a civilisation and a technology way beyond our own. A technology capable of creating a vast underground city, of which the sphinx and pyramids are merely the surface markers.
The technology unearthed is way beyond machine technology.
(These underground metropolises are known as the ‘Netherworld’ and are portrayed in the 2002 film Time Machine, and the 1987 TV series Beauty and the Beast.)
Careful scientific examination of the world’s key pyramid sites, reveal them to be sophisticated harmonic structures, not only mirroring positions of the planets and stellar systems but, designed to mimic the chakras and harmonic cavities of the human body. Even each stone within the Great Pyramid is harmonically tuned to a specific frequency or musical tone. The sarcophagus in the centre of the Great Pyramid is tuned to the frequency of the human heart beat. The discoveries emerging from Egypt describe the existence of a worldwide pyramid temple system, mounted like antennae on the key energy meridians; cataclysmic geology.
There are several pyramids in South and Central America, and 228 in Sudan — these massive structures were designed by the Nephilim, using stolen knowledge acquired from the fallen angels.
The three largest pyramids in Giza mirror three pyramids built on the ‘dark side’ of the moon.
Si-Te-Cah were a race of giants that existed before the Native American Paiute tribe — that was predominant in the southwest area of America’s Arizona, Nevada and Utah — migrated to the area. These giants were said to be twelve feet tall with flaming bright red hair, and are generally described as menacing.
Si-Te-Cah means ‘tule-eaters’; tule is a plant that grows underwater.
When the area was mined for fertilising materials there were several fossils discovered in the early 1920s, as well as many other artifacts, including a circular calender that had the number of days and weeks of a year etched into it.
Circus freaks are hybrids who perform in circuses to display their anomalies, caused by the mutation of their genes, as a result of the corruption of our DNA, or simply people who are considered ‘odd’ by society and denied a normal existence.
One example is a Chinese farmer from Manchukuo, discovered in 1930 by an expat Russian banker. The Russian was able to take a picture of the man and he sent the snapshot off to Robert Ripley of Believe It Or Not! fame.
Known only as Wang, or sometimes referred to as Weng, the farmer was normal in every respect except fot the fact that he possessed a fourteen-inch spire-like horn growing from the back of his head. Ripley offered a huge cash reward to anyone who could produce Wang for an appearance in his Odditorium. However, Wang disappeared from the public eye in the early 1930s and was never heard of again.
Another example is Mademoiselle Gabrielle — The Half Lady.
Born in Basle, Switzerland, in 1884, Gabrielle Fuller first joined the circus at the Paris Exposition in 1900. She travelled with the Ringling Brothers Circus and appeared at Coney Island’s Dreamland sideshow. She was married at least twice, once to a man named John de Fuller. She had a perfectly formed upper body which ended smoothly just below the waist.
Throughout his career, Charles Eisenmann, a famous American photographer in the 1800s, took pictures of thousands of sideshow performers seeking portraits for their résumés to send to carnival and circus publicists:
Fanny Mills was born circa August 30, 1860 or 1859. She was known as ‘The Ohio Big Foot Girl’. She suffered from Milroy disease which caused her legs and feet to become gigantic. She was born in Sussex, England, and had two sisters; both born normal. Fanny married to William Brown in 1886 and gave birth to a child in August 1887, but it died. William was born in 1834 and died in 1904. Fannie was only 39 when she died in 1899; her feet were 17 inches long.
Fedor Jeftichew, better known as Jo-Jo the Dog-Faced Boy was a Russian sideshow performer. Like his father, Adrien, with whom he performed, Jo-Jo was afflicted with hypertrichosis, an abnormal growth of hair over the face and body. Jo-Jo was covered with long, silky hair and was said to resemble a Skye terrier. His father resembled a poodle. Jo-Jo was born in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1868, and began touring Europe in 1873. He was five feet eight inches tall, had only four or five teeth, and spoke Russian, German, and a little English. Jo-Jo dressed like a Russian cavalryman and would bark at an audience, performing as often as 23 times a day. In 1886, he was making 500 dollars a week. He died on January 31, 1904.
Edward G. Hagner was born in Brooklyn, New York, U.S., in 1892. In his home town at Coney Island, and later on the road with a circus, he was able to make a good living as Eddie Masher, Skeleton Dude.
Sara ‘Saartjie’ Baartman was born circa 1789 at the Gamtoos river in what is now known as the Eastern Cape. She belonged to the cattle-herding Gonaquasub group of the Khoikhoi. Sara grew up on a colonial farm where her family most probably worked as servants. Her mother died when she was aged two and her father, who was a cattle driver, died when she reached adolescence. Sara married a Khoikhoi man who was a drummer and they had one child together who died shortly after birth. When she was sixteen years old Sara’s husband was murdered by Dutch colonists. Soon after, she was sold into slavery to a trader named Pieter Willem Cezar, who took her to Cape Town where she became a domestic servant to his brother. It was during this time that she was given the name ‘Saartjie’, a Dutch diminutive for Sara.
On 29 October 1810, the illiterate Sara allegedly ‘signed’ a contract with an English ship surgeon named William Dunlop who was also a friend of Cezar and his brother Hendrik. Apparently, the terms of her ‘contract’ were that she would travel with Hendrik Cezar and Dunlop to England and Ireland to work as domestic servant, and be exhibited for entertainment purposes. Sara Baartman’s large buttocks (she suffered from steatopygia) and unusual colouring made her the object of fascination by the colonial Europeans who presumed that they were racially superior. Dunlop wanted Sara to come to London and become an oddity for display. She was taken to London where she was displayed in a building in Piccadilly, where Englishmen and women paid to see Sara’s half naked body displayed in a cage that was about a metre and half high. She became an attraction for people from various parts of Europe, under the name Hottentot Venus — ‘Hottentot’ was the then current name for the Khoi people, now considered an offensive term, and ‘Venus’ in reference to the Roman goddess of love.
Sara Baartman died in 1816 at the age of 26. Cuvier obtained her remains from local police and dissected her body. He made a plaster cast of her body, pickled her brain and genitals and placed them into jars which were placed on display at the Musée del’Homme (Museum of Man) until 1974. The story of Sara Baartman resurfaced in 1981 when Stephen Jay Gould, a palaeontologist, wrote about her story in his book The Mismeasure of Man, which criticised racial science.
Stephan Bibrowski, better known as Lionel the Lion-Faced Man, was a famous sideshow performer. His whole body was covered with long hair that gave him the appearance of alion; this was due to a rare condition called hypertrichosis.
Bibrowski was born in 1890 in Bielsk near Płock in Congress Poland with one-inch hair covering his body. His mother (Benedict) blamed the condition on the mauling of his father (Michael) by a lion, which she witnessed while pregnant with Stephan. She considered Stephan an abomination and gave him up to a German impresario named Sedlmayer when he was four years old. Sedlmayer gave him his stage name and started exhibiting him around Europe. He died in 1932.
The unnamed child was a circus attraction in New York, U.S., during the 1800s.
Born in Lincoln County, Tennessee, U.S., in 1868 and spending most of her childhood in Blount County, Alabama — where she can be found in the 1880 census — her condition was incredibly rare. While at a glance one could plainly see four legs dangling beyond the hem of her dress only one pair actually belonged to her. The other set belonged to her dipygus twin sister.
The tiny body of her twin was only fully developed from the waist down and even then it was malformed — tiny and possessing only three toes on each foot. Myrtle was able to control the limbs of her sister but was unable to use them for walking and she herself had a difficult time getting around as she was born with a clubbed foot. Technically, the ‘Four-Legged Woman’ only had one good, usable leg.
At the age of 19, Myrtle married a doctor named Clinton Bicknell. It was then that other aspects of her bizarre anatomy became evident. It seems that her twin sister was also fully sexually formed — thus Myrtle possessed two vaginas. She had four daughters and a son, and three of her children were born from one set of organs and two from the other. She died on May 6, 1928.
Lentini was born in 1889 in Rosolini in the province of Sirocusa, Sicily as one of twelve children. Technically, he was one of 12 and a half children. His twin brother, who consisted of a leg and a set of genitals, was born attached to Francesco’s spine. While he was billed as ‘The Man With Three Legs’, Lentini actually had four feet as a small malformed secondary foot protruded from his third leg. Thus in total he had three legs, four feet, sixteen toes and two sets of functioning male genitals. Furthermore, to complicate his life further, all of Francesco’s legs were of different lengths.
Doctors determined that because of their proximity to his spine, removal could have resulted in paralysis. Lentini was raised by his aunt after his parents refused to acknowledge him and she, meaning well, enrolled the young Lentini into a home for disabled children. While there he saw children far worse off than he. He saw children who could not walk at all and he gained a new appreciation for life. Lentini not only learned to walk, he also ran, jumped rope, rode a bicycle and even ice skated. His time at the home for disabled children was an experience he quoted for many years as his major motivation.
For centuries, Roma were scorned and persecuted across Europe. ‘Zigeuner’, the German word for ‘gypsy’, derives from a Greek root meaning ‘untouchable’.
In 1939, about a million Roma lived in Europe. About half of all European Roma lived in eastern Europe, especially in the Soviet Union and Romania. Hungary, Yugoslavia, and Bulgaria also had large Roma communities. In Greater Germany there were about 30,000 Roma, most of whom held German citizenship; about 11,200 of this number lived in Austria. Relatively few Roma lived in western Europe.
Today, Roma are widely dispersed, with their largest concentrated populations in Europe, especially the Roma of Central and Eastern Europe and Anatolia, followed by the Kale of Iberia and Southern France.
There are an estimated one million Roma in the United States; and 800,000 in Brazil, most of whose ancestors emigrated in the nineteenth century from eastern Europe. Brazil and other countries in South America also includes Roma descended from people deported by the government of Portugal during the Inquisition in the colonial era. Roma have also moved to Canada.
Most ‘circus freaks’ come from the Roma, many of whom are circus performers.
Vampires are Nephilim who hunted humans for blood — this is why the Red Cross organisation was founded, a blood bank to harvest fresh blood from living humans, so they no longer have to hunt them openly or secretly. They are the product of an unholy and unnatural union and, therefore, have defects; one of which is an iron deficiency, so they need human blood, which contains iron, to supplement it (see Lord Cholmondeley’s crime and Hell’s Gate, Naivasha, Kenya).
Mermaids and Mermans are some of the aquatic hybrids that survived the flood, these hybrids have been breeding and still exist in the world’s rivers, lakes, seas and oceans. (In the 1985 film King Solomon’s Mines, in the scene where Allan and Jesse are leaving the mines, a creature emerges from the water; this is an aquatic hybrid.)
“Do you know what we call opinion in the absence of evidence? We call it prejudice.” — Michael Crichton, State of Fear