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Spanish version. Originally published in Path of Souls. June In Greg Little's 'Path of Souls ,' Andrew Collins proposed that the American giant skeletons found in Native American mounds were very likely Denisovan human hybrids. Now the theory gains support In the ground-breaking book 'Path of Souls' by Dr Greg Little, published in JuneAndrew Collins contributed a section proposing that the giant skeletons reportedly found across the United States over the past years are the remains of human hybrids of extreme height.
They are, he proposes, an admixture of two types of ancient hominins - most likely Homo sapiens and Denisovans, a new type of hominin identified for the first time from DNA evidence derived from human fossil remains over 40, years old found at the Denisova Cave in the Altai Mountains of northern Siberia. These findings were also the subject of a full-length lecture presented by Andrew at the Origins Conference in London in November Here Andrew takes the matter on to the next level, proposing that the Denisovan human hybrids first entered the Americas as much as 15, to 20, years ago, and survived through until the Adena period of American history around BC as elite groups controlling cosmic geography regarding the journey of the soul into the afterlife.
The bones of the giants have been found in hundreds of Native American burial mounds, and almost always they date to the Adena periodca. These brand new theories revolutionize our views on the reality of the American giant skeletons, allowing them to take their place in science today.
These same ideas were featured recently in a American TV show on the mystery of the American giant skeletons seen on the History Channel. They feature also in a new article by Norwegian researcher Terje Dahlpublished in Januaryand elsewhere on other websites. The subject is now going global, and will shortly become one of the most debated topics in the ancient mysteries subject, with everyone asking the question: Were the American giants Denisovan human hybrids?
So for those interested in this fascinating topic here is the original theory as proposed by Andrew last year in Path of Souls. As Greg Little ably demonstrates elsewhere in this book, scholars and academics working on behalf of scientific institutions such as the Smithsonian have on many occasions recorded the discovery at mound sites of skeletal remains where the individual is of exceptional height.
They have been found in a great many states, yet by far the great concentration of oversized human remains comes from a single region, this being the Kanawha Valley of West Virginia. Giants or Gigantism? This last piece of information makes it highly unlikely these tall individuals, who would often appear to have belonged to tribal elites, are simply the result of gigantism, or giantism, a genetic disorder caused by abnormal hormonal activity in childhood, something that results in the excessive growth of the skeletal frame.
What was going on in West Virginia clearly indicates the presence of quite regular genetic activity in a population where these physical attributes were, for the most part, normal in the first place. Yet the word "normal" used here might well be a misnomer, for there is no record in human genetics to account for races of giants, which can only be perpetuated through a gene in the DNA that would mean the recurrence of excess growth in bones in every generation, not just randomly as is the case with gigantism.
Nowhere either in Africa or on the Eurasian continent is there hard archaeological evidence to suggest that entire groups of anatomically modern humans reached over six feet tall. There is occasional evidence of gigantism, yes. Yet as stated here, this is a genetic disorder, not a recognized feature of normal human genetics. Blossom Mound's Burial 37 Then we have the apparent elitism afforded the giants of North America. Why should this have been, and how did it come about?
The answer to all these mysteries might be determined by examining the appearance in the archaeological record of abnormal human skeletons, such as the one found in at the Blossom Mound site in the northern San Joaquin Valley of California.
Belonging to a hunter-gatherer from the local Windmiller culture, who lived some 3, to 3, years ago, the skeletal remains, known as Burial 37, reveal several unusual features Bartelink et al, ; Pastino, Although only five feet, five inches centimeters in height, the man's physical appearance marked him out as different from other Native Americans. This is shown by the rich array of grave goods buried with him, including forty-eight beads fashioned from shells of the Olivella sea snailseven ornaments carved from the shell of the abalone mollusk and an obsidian projectile point.
What is more, his body was laid outstretched and face up, his head to the north, whereas the other internees of the grave mound lay face down, their heads to the west. Some time after interment, Burial 37's skull was removed and placed at over his left ankle, which is where excavators found it when the remains were discovered in All this suggests that the individual, believed to have been in his mid thirties or forties when he died, had a different journey ahead of him in the spirit world.
Neanderthal Traits Then we come to the medical condition of the remains, for Burial 37 is believed to have suffered from acromegaly Bartelink et al,a rare disorder of the endocrine system related to gigantism. Yet unlike gigantismwhere the pituitary gland begins to excrete large amounts of growth hormones during childhood, acromegaly is something that does not occur until adulthood, after the body's long bones are fully formed.
A tumor connected with the pituitary gland triggers the release of hormones, which stimulate whatever they can, resulting in abnormalities in the hands, face and feet. For this individual it meant a canine in his upper jaw growing upside down and protruding through the bone of his face immediately beneath the nose. Moreover, compared against fourteen other skulls examined from the mass grave, that of Burial 37 was taller and wider.
The skull also possessed a heavy brow ridge, while the body had unusually thick arms and legs, traits that are unusual in modern humans, but are common in Neanderthal anatomy. In addition to this, he had an elongated chin, resulting in a "lantern" jaw, along with a pronounced nose giving it a beak- like appearance Bartelink, Pastino, On top of this, the bony pocket in the skull that holds the pituitary gland, which is called the sella turcica as it looks like a Turkish saddle, was significantly enlarged.
According to Dr. Eric Bartelinka physical anthropologist at California State University who led the team that examined Burial 37, all these strange physiological traits can be put down to acromegaly, which is rarely seen in the archaeological record, and certainly not in burials this old.
Having said this, two other cases of acromegaly are known from North America: one in a year- old male burial found in New Mexico, and another in an unsexed 1,year- old skull unearthed in Illinois Pastino, As to how, with his "distinctive visage," the man behind Burial 37 might have been perceived by the rest of the Windmiller culture remains unclear, although as Bartelink comments:. Pastino, This said, there is little question that the individual would have looked striking in appearance, and very much in contrast to other Native Americans of the time.
Strange Sets of Teeth One of the most significant points about the skull of Burial 37 is the mis-growth of the eye-tooth, or canine, which is upside down and protruding through the bone just beneath the nose.
Although this abnormality can be explained as the effects of acromegaly, the presence of supernumerary teeth in a person is more correctly known in the dental profession as hyperdontism. This can affect any part of the dental arch and result in the growth of any number of so-called supernumerary teeth.
Those readers familiar with stories relating to the discovery of giant skeletons in the United States will be familiar with this disorder, as there are various accounts of oversized human skeletons where the skulls have been found to contain a "double row of teeth" in one or both jaws.
NOTE : For example, see Bancroft,IV,relating to giant skeletons found in caves on San Rosa Island, California. Many more stories featuring large skeletons with double rows of teeth exist in old newspapers, but their authenticity cannot be verified. Supernumerary teeth in the skulls of giant skeletons is actually one of the most compelling pieces of evidence for their existence, as it appears far too often in accounts for it not to have some meaning.
What it also tells us is that there might be a relationship between endocrine and pituitary disorders and abnormally sized skeletons in the archaeological record. Canadian Giants of the Great Lakes This conclusion seems affirmed in the knowledge that members of the Middle Great Lakes-St. Men were around six feet This was noticeably taller that other indigenous peoples existing in Canada at the time. What is more, the exceptional height of these hunter-gatherers was actually increasing as time rolled by.
This increase was only by an average of an inch or so per millennium, yet archaeologists and bone specialists who have examined the skeletal evidence of the Middle Great Lakes-St. Lawrence culture have noted this strange fact. Yet more important by far in connection with this prehistoric hunter-gatherer society-linked with the rise of the mound building culture of Ohio Wright,is that its exceptionally tall individuals suffered from hyperdontia, the appearance of supernumerary teeth based on an examination of skeletal remains found at two sites in the Ottawa Valley, see Wright, This further connection between increased height in Native Americans and hyperdontism cannot be ignored and affords even more weight to the existence in the past of whole groups of individuals of exceptional height, many of them, as stated elsewhere in this work, over seven and a half feet in height.
So who were these giants? Were they simply freaks of nature, or a population in their own right? Genetic Throw Backs A realistic explanation might lie on another continent altogether. Turkish paleoanthropologist Muzaffer Senyürek of Ankara University made a careful study of the skeletal remains of the ancient inhabitants of Anatolia and found a high incidence of a dental disorder known as taurodontism Senyürek, Like hyperdontia, to which it is related, taurodontism is considered a genetic abnormality that results in the enlargement of teeth out of proportion to the roots of the jaw.
The cause of taurodontism is not properly understood, and is explained, variously, as a genetic mutation, a pituitary malfunction or even an evolutionary throwback see the Wikipedia entry for taurodontism, for instance. However, we know something else about taurodontism, this being that it is often found in the skulls of Neanderthals, our extinct cousins.
They emerged out of Africa as distinct hominin, that is a distinct human species or sub-species, aroundtoyears ago, and quickly spread throughout Europe, going as far north as the Arctic region and as far east as the Altai Mountains of southern-central Siberia. Denisovan-human hybrid. Rise of the Denisovans With continuing evidence emerging to the effect that almost every member of the human species outside of Africa has between one and four percent Neanderthal DNA see, for instance, Yong,the absorption of the Neanderthal population into that of our own is becoming more and more likely.
We mated with our more primitive-looking cousins. That's a fact. Moreover, the discovery of a finger bone and two human molars of a completely unknown human species in the Denisova Cave of the Altai Mountains of southern-central Siberia, and the extraction of its nuclear genome by geneticist Svante Pääbo and his team at Leipzig's Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology, suggests that Denisovans share genetic traits with the Neanderthals Jacobs, Betweenand 40, years ago the Densiovans inhabited a vast area of the ancient world that stretched from the Altai Mountains in the west to China and Southeast Asia in the east.
In Central Asia at least they interbred with their cousins, the Neanderthals, and with anatomically modern humans. Indeed, current-day human populations, such as the Melanesians, represented by the Pacific islanders of Papua New Guinea, and Aboriginal Australians, all show between four and six percent Denisovan DNA Jacobs, ; Harmon, So what has all this to do with giants on the American continent? The answer is that interbreeding between these three different sub-species of the human homo genus-along with that of a fourth hominin, whose existence is known only from the presence of its DNA in a suspected Neanderthal toe bone discovered in the Denisova Cave that also contained Homo sapiens and Denisovan DNA Prüfer, ; Sanders, -might well have caused profound changes in modern human DNA.
This might well have included genetic alterations and mutations, which have resulted in changes both to the body's physiognomy and the brain's thinking processes, in other words in the way we perceive and interact with the world around us. This is a study in itself that might take decades to disseminate in order to fully understand its implications to anthropology today. In addition to this, hybridization between the four different sub-species of the hominin genus could easily have resulted in abnormalities appearing either as growth disorders, or as traits that can be seen as evolutionary throw backs stemming from other sub-species, or, indeed, existing forms of hybrid.
All of the medical disorders cited above - gigantism, acromegaly, hyperdontism and taurodontism - might easily be connected with hybridizationsomething that can be seen from the clear Neanderthal traits of Blossom Mound's Burial 37 and the taurodontism present among the earliest peoples of Anatolia.
As we have seen, taurodontism was a common trait among the Neanderthal population. Real Giants Among Us Yet Neanderthals were in no way giants. Indeed, they were smaller in size than the earliest anatomically modern humans such as Western Europe's Cro-Magnon man or Central Europe's Brünn population-see Collins,who rarely rose above six feet in height. Denisovans on the other hand might have been giants. The size of the two molars recovered from the Denisova Cave are large.
The second one found was larger than the first, with a chewing surface twice the size of that of a typical human molar. Indeed, when first discovered, Max Planck paleoanthropologist Bence Viola is said to have mistaken it for that of a cave bear. Only when the tooth's DNA was tested was it confirmed to be that of a Denisovan hominin. Shreeve, Further evidence that Denisovans might have been of exceptional height comes from another genome analysis, this time of a ,year-old femur from a cave called the Sima de los Huesos 'pit of bones' in northern Spain.
It belongs to an extinct species of hominin known as Homo heidelbergensiswho occupied Africa and much of the Eurasian continent betweenandyears ago. Denisovans, Neanderthals and our own antecedents Homo sapiens are all thought to have a common ancestor in Homo heidelbergensis, although as to when each sub-species split apart and went their own way remains a matter of conjecture and fierce debate.
Having said this, anthropologists have always considered that the closest ancestor to Homo heidelbergensis was the Neanderthal. Yet an examination of the mitochondrial DNA from the Homo heidelbergensis femur found in Spain revealed it to be much closer to that of the Denisovans, who thrived thousands of miles away in the Altai Mountains of Siberia Callaway, This was a complete shock to geneticists and prehistorians alike, especially as no hard evidence of Denisovan DNA has so far been found among present-day European populations.
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