Thursday, March 28, 2024

I'm on "To the Grave and Back" Podcast Today


Today I'm on "To the Grave and Back" podcast on Simply Spooky Network. 


5 pm EST/3 pm CST/2 pm PST -

for UK folks 9 pm. 

Monday, March 25, 2024

Saturday, March 23, 2024

I'm on Soul Stream Podcast Tonight - Mars!


Tonight I'll be talking about Mars on Soul Stream Radio. 

Midnight-2 am EST

11 pm-1 am CST 

9-11 PM PST


Sunday, March 17, 2024

Can We Exceed Past the Limitations of Five Senses?


I took several selfies in a row (above) but right in the middle of the shots, I decided to open up my soul, expose my true self. I took the photo and oddly it was misted and strange looking. The others were quiet different in lighting and clarity. This one penetrated my mind as I felt a kinship with this person I didn't with the other shots. Had I in some way extended my content past the physical limtations?

Saturday, March 16, 2024

I'm on Coast to Coast AM tonight


Tonight/early Sunday morning, I'll be on Coast to Coast AM with host Connie Willis. 3 am EST Sunday/2 am CST/12 midnight tonight PST.


Ill be discussing the Grand Canyon Mummies and what evidence might support this supposed find in 1909.

Monday, March 4, 2024

The Giants of Anatolia by David Claerr

art by David Claerr

This post is by respected researcher David Claerr. He is a graphic artist, as well as intense researcher of Bigfoot and ancient giants. 

Anatolia is a large peninsula with the Mediterranean Sea to the South, The Black Sea to the North, and the Aegean Sea to the West. The region has a long and varied history, having been occupied by several major cultures, including Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires.

Throughout a period lasting perhaps 1500 to 2000 years, beginning with the Egyptian occupation, settlers of all these cultures practiced a similar type of burial for important overlords or prominent and wealthy citizens. Some of these overlords or their warriors were giants!

These burial sites are not marked by the more familiar structures of tombs, mausoleums, marked graves, etc., as are more common in contemporary sites or cemeteries in the area or in the Middle East or Europe at large.

Often the burial sites are inconspicuous, and blend into the hilly and boulder-strewn terrain of the Anatolian peninsula. But there are often many items of treasure hidden at the sites: Gold and Silver in the form of figurines and minted coins. There is jewelry inlaid with precious stones: emeralds, diamonds, rubies, sapphires and more. Artifacts such as daggers and knives, vases of metal and ceramic, and a multitude of other objects, both decorative and utilitarian.

In recent times there has been an unprecedented amount of these treasures excavated using new state-of-the-art metal-detecting devices. Many of the persons using these devices are amateur treasure-hunters. So their activities, though perhaps legal in some areas, certainly pose an ethical dilemma: The areas being excavated are not properly studied by professional archaeologists, and, most likely, many important details of history are being lost.

However, the actual graves, in most cases, are not exhumed. The treasures most often discovered are in caches near the actual graves, but separate from them. These caches are often placed under boulders, in cracks or cavities in the rocks or in the typical limestone outcroppings.

In some cases, the treasure is place inside or artificial rocks and boulder created using a mortar made of sand, gravel and limestone cement. Many of the artificial boulders are indistinguishable from the nearby real boulders, and their true composition can only be seen when they are broken-up.

Why were these treasures left at grave sites over such a long period of time? Often they may be a person's own possessions, combined with coined money and other valuables, perhaps to sustain them in a perceived afterlife. The could also be a votive offering to a deity or deities depending on the beliefs of the culture of the time.

The evidence that many of the burial sites were those of Giants are best illustrated by the fact that some of the jewelry excavated include huge gold rings, often inlaid with large emerald stones. The circumference of the rings are often from 1.5 to 3 times the circumference of a modern human's finger as evidenced from these screenshots:

The largest of these three rings is 3 times the circumference of an average modern human. By logical inference, that ring's owner would have been in the 8 to 10 foot range of height.

This gold ring has a very large emerald stone inlaid in a heavy gold embrasure.

Mud is still clinging to the surfaces.

This gold ring, also inlaid with an emerald, has a circumference about 2.5 times the size of an average modern human. By inference, the stature of the owner would have been in the 8 to 9 foot range. This band of this ring has been divided in half to ease removal and placement on the finger.

A view of the emerald inset of the ring in the previous screenshot.

Many of the current treasure hunters refuse to exhume the main graves because of religious convictions. So although they have removed the votive offerings and treasures, professional, trained archaeologists still have the ability to access and excavate the sites, which may contain skeletal remains of these giants, as well as armor and armaments, and other accessories.

GPS coordinates of the sites may have been recorded by the treasure-hunters and could be forwarded to archaeologists to locate the sites.

The actual height of the Giants could be determined from the skeletal remains, and other scientific studies, such as DNA sequencing, could be applied as well.

The area of the Anatolian peninsula is located in the modern country of Turkey, or rather, Türkiye , as is the preferred spelling. I suggest that interested parties contact appropriate government agencies and request that these sites be investigated, and that the treasure-hunters be contacted for information. Many of the treasure hunters have online accounts with YouTube and make regular posts.

An official Agency :

SARAT – Safeguarding Archaeological Treasures of Türkiye

David Claerr books on Amazon LINK