By: UFO Sightings | Guest Post
Have you ever given any thought as to why there are so many stories and myths about giants on the Earth?
Could it be that this “Society of Giant People” dwells in cities within the Earth but have above ground access to secluded areas like in the Patagonian Mountains located at the southern end of South America, shared by Argentina and Chile?
The existence of these unknown beings, known as the Patagones or Patagonian giants, were brought to light for the first time in the 1520s when Ferdinand Magellan and his crew saw them while exploring the coastline of South America en route to their circumnavigation.
It could well be that Magellan and his crew saw the Tehuelche. These people were indeed very tall. But as he wrote explicitly about Patagonian giants, who were supposed to have exceeded at least double normal human height, some accounts giving heights of 12 to 15 feet, we may assume that they really saw Patagonian giants instead of the Tehuelche.
Further evidence of the existence of these giants is depicted on a map by Diego Gutiérrez from 1562, which shows Patagonian giants, who somehow related to the ancestors of the Nephilim and Rephaim, named the Didanum people.
Many people say that the story of the Patagonian giants is just a myth because there is no hard evidence that these giants have existed, but maybe the satellite imagery of the Patagonian Mountains showing a possible Giant being could change their minds.
Although the images taken from Google Earth are not really clear, the shape of a giant being sitting on a rock is recognizable, especially its head, eyes, nose, mouth, right hand and fingers as well as its left leg, foot and toes can be seen.
Roger in KC who discovered the being shows a detailed overview of the area in the next video.
Google Earth coordinates: 54°50’32.78″S 69°21’57.08″W
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Magellan’s Strange Encounter With The 10-Foot Giants of Patagonia
IN 1520, FERDINAND Magellan took time out of his busy schedule of sailing around the world to stop in what is now Patagonia, where he found a naked giant dancing and singing on the shore. Magellan ordered one of his men to make contact (the unwitting emissary’s no doubt hilarious reaction to this sadly has been lost to history), and to be sure to reciprocate the dancing and singing to demonstrate friendship.
It worked. The man was able to lead the giant to a small island offshore, where the great captain waited. Describing the scene was a scholar along for the journey, Antonio Pigafetta, who kept a diary of the journey that was later turned into the book Magellan’s Voyage: A Narrative Account of the First Circumnavigation: “When he was before us, he began to marvel and to be afraid, and he raised one finger upward, believing that we came from heaven. And he was so tall that the tallest of us only came up to his waist,” and had a big, booming voice. The illustration above proves it—Patagonia was once inhabited by giants that positively dwarfed the heavenly Europeans that would come to conquer them.
Alright, maybe that isn’t airtight evidence. But it could well be that the people Magellan encountered, the Tehuelche, were indeed enormous, and that therefore this myth has some grounding in reality. And our trusty explorer would be damned if he wasn’t going to try to bring back evidence in pretty much the most obnoxious way you could imagine.
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