Giant Skull in Village

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jeremy | January 11, 2011 | 6 comments

There’s a village in eastern Turkey that I’ve been to a number of times where a human skull was discovered.  It’s no ordinary skull – it’s the size of a motorcycle helmet.  The Bible says, “there were giants on the earth during those days.”  These giants existed before the great flood ever took place.

There are a lot of these stories that are never going to make it into the movie, so I’m glad to tell you about them on this blog.  The village it was discovered in is called Arzap.  When translated from Turkish to English, Arzap means “village of the eight.”  Sound familiar?  In the Bible, Noah wasn’t the only man to get on the ark.  It was Noah, his wife, his three sons and their three wives – eight passengers.  Is it strange that something like a gigantic human skull, the size of a motorcycle helmet, would be found in this village?  Well, not really.  I’ve found some of the strangest things there, including a femur bone, a few fingers, and was taken to the tomb of Noah’s wife, who was supposedly buried in this village.  The village chief told me that someone found the grave, dug it up over the night, and escaped the country with over $50 million in jewelry and gold.  Is it true?  I don’t know, but I did go down inside of a large underground tomb.  And there have been on several occasions Kurds who have come up to me and given me maps to the Armenian gold. The above picture is a human femur bone I stumbled across while I was trekking through the mountains.

My Turkish friend was the first to tell me about a man in this village who discovered a gigantic human skull.  He also saw the skull and was able to testify to its existence.  I have no reason to believe he was lying.

The man in the village who discovered the skull arranged to sell it to an American for $10,000.  However, when the American came back the next day the owner of the skull increased the price to $20,000 (typical Turkish business practice).   The American was furious and the deal fell through.

I asked my friend to take me to the man who had the skull.  We spent an entire day in the Arzap village searching for the man, but could not find him. Hopefully, during a future expedition in Turkey I might find the man and the gigantic human skull – perhaps then it will make it into the movie.  There are some other things in this village I have discovered, but you’ll have to wait to see them in the movie.

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  • Jim says:

    Interesting to hear about the giant skull of Arzap. I recall Jonathan Gray mentioned a giant skull that was on display at the Erzurum hotel, and jaw bones 6.5 to 7 inches between Temporomandibular joints. Large human finger bones were also found in Turkey. Some have tried to say these were cave bear phalanges, but who knows. I had a lady comment to my channel who claimed she saw a 3.4 meter human skeleton excavated near Kizilcahamam in 2001.

    Here are a few sites where the remains of people between 2 and 3+ meters tall have been alleged to have been found around the Mediterranean and Near east:

    Spain: Prullans, Garos, Urbasa, Medinaceli, Girona France: Castelnau, Montpellier, Lozere, Carnac, Gap Italy: Sassari, Mazzara, Agrigento, Barma Grande Caucasus: Borjomi, Udabno, Gora Kazbek, Black Sea Turkey: Dogubayazit, Erzurum, Kizilcahamam
    Syria: Homs, Urum as Sughra
    Israel: Atlit, Tell Gezer
    Jordan: Tell es Saidiyeh

  • admin says:

    Thanks for the info. I too have found finger bones, but nothing on a gigantic scale. If you have the contact info for the woman that saw a 3.4 meter skeleton being excavated, i would like to follow up on this. There’s much speculation and rumors out there, but I want to get to the facts.

  • Jim says:

    I’ll see if I can find the lady again. She was from Denmark.

    There are lots of rumors and disinformation out there, that’s why credible research is paramount. What I can say for sure is that some credible peer reviewed data does exist for several sites excavated. At Castelnau Le-Lez parts of a human tibia, femur, and humerus twice the normal size were found at the bottom of a bronze age burial mound, and parts of a skull of immense size found at the same site. The bones were studied for several years at the University of Montpellier, and treated as an anomaly and forgotten. Other bones later turned up at Montpellier, a skull reported at 32 inches around, according to press accounts.
    These giants were estimated at between 3 to 4 meters high.

    Tracking down the bones in old reports proves to be a difficult task. I’m lucky if I get an email back from museums.


  • Drue says:

    Paul Taylor, I think you may now who he is, if I understood correctly doesn’t believe that giants were real. He and Erc Hovind both sad that a lot of them were found to be frauds and Eric believes giants existed.

    Just wondering, how would you check the skulls validity if you get to see it?

  • admin says:

    Hi Drue, Yes, I know Paul Taylor. It is true that many of the giants that were claimed to have been found were frauds. Actually, many of the findings didn’t even exist – they were simply photoshop effects in which they manipulated existing bones to make them look gigantic. Very deceptive! To be honest, I would not know how to check the skulls validity if I found it. I would pass it on to reputable scientists for review. – Jeremy

  • Terry says:

    I am trying to find proof that giants have existed and on my website you will see that I areday have found some. I am very interested in the old Mesopotamia!

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