Skeleton of a giant found in Romania.

Exposing the Secret History of Giants and the Underground Hyperborean Gallery in Romania

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With Rosia Montana being a mining area, a number of interesting discoveries have been unearthed there over the years – one of the most interesting being a skeleton of a 10 meter (32.8 feet) tall giant which was found in 1976.

About 5,500 years ago, an underground gallery was constructed in the region by the Agathyrsi. In February 2012, a group of geologists followed the gold vein in the same place. They kept digging until they ended up at the base of the gallery. To their utter surprise, they found a gravestone which was definitely not made of common rock. The geologists took a sample, and the laboratory results revealed that the components of the tombstone included 55% 50 karat gold dust, 15% granite dust and 30% wolfram. Also, the analysis revealed that the composite rock had been made using a type of technology unknown today.

The Hyperborean Gallery

Known by the name of “The Hyperborean Gallery” or “Gallery 13”, the place of this amazing discovery is located beneath Cornea village. A number of other discoveries were made at the site in 1976. However, in the name of “security” the anthropological and archaeological discoveries were deemed too unusual and shocking for the time, so the gallery was permanently sealed.

The gravestone was not the only unusual item found inside the gallery. On it, archaeologists found a 10 meter (32.8 ft.) tall skeleton of a giant. Apparently, the giant had been buried there after his death, with his legs gathered on one side. Lacking the proper equipment necessary to analyze such a find, the skeleton was sent to Moscow. Unfortunately, nothing has been reported about the giant ever since.

The discovery of a skeleton that measures 10 meters or 32.8 Feet.

The discovery of a skeleton that measures 10 meters or 32.8 Feet. ( Oculto Revalado A Verdade )

As for the tombstone, a new series of research was planned to analyze it in 2012. The relic was dug up once again and measurements showed that it was six meters (19.7 feet) wide, twelve meters (39.4 feet) long and three meters (9.8 feet) tall. It weighed almost 1700 tons and contained somewhere around 900 tons of solid gold. To make a comparison, such a quantity of gold would have required over twenty years of mining work to gather. The last thing known about the gravestone is that it had been cut up into 80 smaller pieces in order to make its transportation possible. As for its destination, it is not known where it lies today.

One of the archaeologists working in Gallery 13 took a set of photos with the gravestone and sent them to a paleolinguist. The latter noticed emerald green bas-relief writing covering the entire surface of the artifact. The text had been written in three parallel rows which started in the upper left. From there, the writing descended diagonally, similar to a serpent, and formed a spiral around a wolf head. Finally, the script ended in the lower right corner. The paleolinguist speculated that the unknown writing could be Pelasgian and that the discovery with its markings and writing clearly possessed great cultural and historical value. Nevertheless, the gravestone was cut and melted. The state obtained a share of 19 pieces, 31%, as stipulated in the local gold exploitation contract.

During the excavation, the lifting of the gravestone also revealed the entrance to a pit. The four meter (13.1 feet) diameter pit had a descending spiral stairway and a milky violet light radiated from the inside. A closer inspection of the stairs made it clear that they looked as if cut into the walls of the pit by a laser and, as for the violet light, nobody could determine its source.

Curious to find the source of the light and to see what was inside, the paleolinguist descended into the pit, but nobody else proved brave enough to join him. The night passed and the man never returned from the pit.

Ultimately, the army sealed the entry to the pit, as well as the entire Gallery 13, with cement. Those present never talked about the discoveries again - as they had been made to sign confidentiality agreements, therefore what lies beyond the staircase of the pit remains a mystery.

Romanian Giant Legends

Depending on the region of Romania where the legends come from, there are different names for giants. In the Boziorul area, giants are known as “tartars” (“tartari”), for example. A number of unusually tall skeletons have been uncovered at Scaieni, in Buzaului Mountains. For instance, when locals tried to plant apple trees on a hill, they accidentally discovered humanoid skeletons of over 2.4 meters (8.2 feet) tall along with pottery fragments.


Hi again,
I'm sorry but that makes no sense to me I asked you two questions and you answered neither.
1 what sort of god would make a universe where something has to die for something else to live.
2 when god made the world whose rules was he/she/it working under.

1 if god was so powerful and wonderful and perfect could he/she/it not have found a better way of feeding it's creation rather than something else has to die?

2 If god was working under his own rules he/she/it's a bit scary to think that he/she/it would themselves through watching only son go through such pain and suffering to make up for something he created himself, after all he created the world and everything in it. Sounds more like a nutjob than a god to me, and I could go on for ages with all the contradictions in the myth about god (ie) "thou shalt not covet thy neighbours wife" and then he impregnates a mans wife, I don't know if he had HER permission or not but I would guess not which makes it a violation of her body whatever way you look at it...

Hi Again,

I felt that I answered both questions already, but I understand if they are unacceptable to you.

1) God did not create the world this way, as I've explained corruption entered the creation and once that happened then things began to occur the way you see them today. But I'm curious, you seem to think death is wrong which is understandable, but where are you getting that from? Why is death wrong, in fact, what is right and what is wrong, especially since to you, no god exists? What would be your system of feeding?

2)Here I think is misunderstanding of what it means to be a creator. Imagine that the world is a video game, all people and creation is a part of the game. Then a playable character appears, that playable character can die and come back to life. In a similar way, Christ would be the playable character and God would be the one outside the game directing that character. It may not make sense why He would go through that to you, but if He knows He's the only one who can survive what's required, then it makes perfect sense that He would choose to go under it Himself instead of others. But there seems to be a misunderstanding of why this was even necessary, to which I felt I already answered as well. I also already answered the fact that God was working under His own design and His own rules...not sure what you're looking for here, but it is that simple. He has been around for eternity and is the only One who has and therefore His world, His rules. I'm sure you'd say the same thing if someone was in your house telling you what to do, your house, your rules.

Concerning the virgin birth, I think there is again, some misunderstanding of what it means to be creator and One who has ultimate authority over all. In this event, God created a person and allowed them to enter the world by normal means, aka birth. You fail to understand that this was considered an honor amongst all people, but especially the Jews who were looking forward to the Messiah coming and so it was not a immoral act. Nothing sexual, covetous, or improper occurred, so again, nothing wrong. Even if these are not acceptable to you, consider the fact that since He is the creator, her body was in fact, no her own just as yours is not. His creation, His materials, His DNA, His world, His universe, etc. He has all authority and can do what He wants. Even though you probably don't care, i'll quote it anyways "But our God is in heaven; He does whatever He pleases" Psalm 115:3, is the best way to sum it up. This may make you feel uncomfortable or may even make you think things are more illogical, but however you think the world should be doesn't really mean it is more logical. But another thing you misunderstand is the fact that you yourself is not perfect. How can one who is imperfect/corrupt have a perfect understanding of what is perfect. Even your concept, logic, and understanding of what is perfect is flawed, and therefore you could never understand what God does, why He does it, etc. It will always be foolishness to you.

You also did not answer my questions, please feel free to tell me your belief/worldview on the following:
1)What do you believe concerning how the universe got here and how life got here
2)What is the most logical way things should work in this world according to you
3)What is the origin/source of right and wrong

Also, in case this is last time we exchange on this; thanks for corresponding back and forth, healthy discussions are good to have when both parties remain respectful. Thanks and enjoyed!

Hi Humbleanswers,I have to say you are a refreshing person to correspond with as you have not wanted to burn me at the stake like so many others have wanted to.
I was actually a believer in my youth (long long ago) lol and I have read the Bible,(I didn't study it so I couldn't quote from it) and wouldn't miss mass for love nor money it was vital to me but I think even then I had misgivings about things that didn't make sense to me.
As for the most important question of how we got here? I can only be honest if I tell you I don't know, I would LOVE to know but I don't, but evolution makes more sense to me, and as for what I believe to be right or wrong I think respect and decency for others is a good start. I think you are missing a crucial point when you ask me to imagine the world as a video game, who made that video game? and if as you say God made the world perfect then how could corruption enter the world? I don't believe in God but I don't believe in the big bang either because that makes no sense to me, so let me ask you to do what you asked me to do and try to look at the world as a non believer I think you might get a different answer to your questions.
now to your questions.
1 I don't know how life started on this planet or if there's life elsewhere in the universe.
2 I don't think there is much logic on this planet(ie) some people Grossly overweight and children starving to death, we have the power to eradicate hunger on this planet but just won't. we have Solar power, wave power,wind power and geothermal power yet we continue to pollute the earth with fossil fuels, solving these problems would be logical to me for a start.
3 I think common decency, respect,charity and Mercy most of all are right and pure greed such as you see in most leaders around the world is absolutely wrong.

Hi Michael,
Thanks for your kindness and once again your respect in the exchanges we have had. Thanks for telling me your beliefs and I must say I respect your honesty in these questions. Many atheist/agnostics usually attempt to answer these and some do surprisingly well, but in the end, none of really knows the answers to these questions. However I'll do as you asked me to do. I've actually been there before myself, however unlike you I did believe in the big-bang and evolution. However as an unbeliever there were some things that were pressing me even more. Here are 3 of them. 1)Mathematics states very clearly and logically that nothing can come from nothing. So you are left with 2 possibilities. a)There was something non-eternal and it made something else and that made something else, and this cycle continues for eternity. Or b)There was always something that always/infinitely existed, and things come from it or it made the other things. As a non-believer I am forced to believe that with either possibility here that the universe itself is eternal. That very well could be the case, but then that would make the universe a sort of non-personified god. 2)The second thing that perplexed me as a non-believer is the existence of life. Over time as I began to study things about life, evolution, etc. There is one fundamental issue that can't be answered. How did the first life get here. Evolution believes it has the answer but it does not, nor has it be proved that the way it says it started is the way it actually started. Much conjecture, but its hard to know since no one was there, so we have to play investigator. Law of Biogenesis says "life comes from life". But how does this work if there used to be no life? Information also plays a role in this. Firstly, where does information come from. As people we know it has to come from an intelligent agent as anything can turn into information. If I tell someone that this rock is a landmark and will let you know when to turn left, then that rock has now become information. Genetics has information and LOTS of it. Where does this information come from? Also when natural selection and speciation occurs in creatures, information is usually lost or shuffled, not gained, but in order for macro-evolution to occur, information has to be gained and this is not something that has yet been observed. For example a dog has less genetic information than a wolf. These are some of the dilemas I have faced as a non-believer and was forced to believe that either aliens brought life to earth or a god did. Combining this with the first issue, I am then forced to believe that either another alien brought that alien to life in which another alien brought the previous one to life in an eternal cycle, or once again an eternal god did. A third thing I faced as a non-believer is 3)what is the source of morality? As a non-believer I am taught that it arose as part of evolution and in some way became an evolutionary advantage to pass down morals so as to preserve populations and societies. I can see how that would be the case, but ultimately these ideas of right and wrong are just opinion if that is the case. Why should I be "good" at all except to stay out of prison or trouble with the government. Why does it matter to be nice, except to 'get mine' per se. As a non-believer I was forced to the logical conclusion that ultimately survival and my happiness alone is what mattered for the little bit of time I'm here and whatever else happens in between that doesn't matter, how it is achieved doesn't matter, and that somebody's perception of right and wrong is only their opinion. This also means what is the point of loving other people. I can like them for a temporary time to get what i want and then it doesn't matter. This didn't sit well with me for it would mean that selfishness, greed, etc. is not "wrong". People who see that, it is just their opinion, there is essentially no real right or wrong, only what we feel "should be done". It also meant death is not bad, it is just a part of life. But something feels wrong with death, not just for people, but for everything in the world, just doens't feel like it should be here. Why do i feel this way? Is it only a feeling and if so, seems evolution should have taught us a long time ago that this is good, it benefits the system. Feelings aside, there are other things in the world that just seem wrong outside of that, but again it must only be my opinion. Speaking with other folks helped me to realize there are universal rights and wrongs in people, including non-believers of any faith. Could we have been tampered with because of thousands of years of religious teaching? It's definitely possible, but nevertheless people appear to have some things agreed upon concerning right and wrong. Where does this right and wrong come from? Was it a)thought up by people for societal sake? b)suggested to us by an outside source or authority? One thing that i must say is consistent, is that people don't like rules, even though we do think they should exist. However in most cases, most people wouldn't come up with rules, an authority usually has to come up with them, and even then there needs to be an enforcer or accoutability to ensure the rules are enforced. In any case I must admit it is possible that people thought up right and wrong for evolutionary purposes, but I felt the better explanation was a higher moral authority came up with it due to the universality of right and wrong, and the fact that outside of a moral authority, right and wrong is just opinion. Eventually I became a believer in Christ as you know and many answers to the questions I had became available to me that I didn't think was possible. I hope that someday your questions can be answered to your liking as well.

Concerning the video game example, you asked me how did corruption enter a perfect creation? The simplest answer is free-will. I can elaborate and explain that essentially God wanted his creation in people to love Him, but He also wanted them to be intelligent. He could have easily made a creation without the possibility of evil, but then wouldn't he just have robots that couldn't love Him back? However with the creation of free-will, there leaves open the possibility for one to choose to go against what you say or suggest to them is right. With free-will one can choose to do things to the creation that were not intended. Could God prevent them from following through on their actions? Sure, but corruption would have already entered the person because of their choice and therefore corruption would have entered creation. You see, many question why does or why did God allow certain things to happen and it is fair. If He is so powerful, why didn't he....etc. This is perfectly fair, but would we have free-will to do as we please? God didn't want robots and mindless servants, He wanted beings who could love Him because they wanted to and could excercise their own choice. Unfortunately this also leaves the possibility that they wouldn't choose Him and wouldn't choose right, but He also knew this, but to Him the love of even just One is worth this possibility. And if you ever been in-love you can agree that the possibility of one loving back is worth the heartache of being dumped a few times, lol. In any case, when it comes to Christ He again chooses to respect your decision in not wanting to love Him. In fact, many people make God out to be so mean when they ask, why would a loving God make people go to hell? The simple answer is because they choose to. The difference between heaven and hell isn't one place is full of bliss and the other is full of torment. No people who go to be with God are in heaven because they have chosen to love Him and they want to be with Him, and since He is goodness, people are in a good place. Those who go to hell, have also chosen this, not because they want to suffer, no, it is because they said they don't want nothing to do with God and have chosen not to love Him. It is not a place where you are being tormented by a particular person, it is a place where you suffer because you realize you have missed out on the goodness of God because you didn't realize that life was as hard as it is without Him. The best explanation I can give you is a parent-child relationship. When a child becomes a teenager often times they feel they are grown when they are not there just yet. They may feel like they don't need their parents help to live the "good-life" lol. So the child may rebel and do whatever they want and if their old enough, the parent may let them know they can leave if they want to and see what life is like without them. Upon leaving the child realizes life sux out there without mom and dad, but during that time mom and dad have still been helping out from afar, providing essentials like water, clothes and little bit of money, but still they have to take care of themselves and work and do all these things. Some children may come back and realize they weren't yet ready to be out there on their own. Some children however will decide "o things aint that bad" and continue to rebel in which they get completely cut off and realize how much things really do suck. The one who comes back is like the one who believes in Christ and wants to love God. But the others are like the child who says "i don't need you". Could God force you to be with Him in heaven, sure, but why if that is not what you want. One may say "shouldn't God do everything to protect you from such a place?" Yes and He did by providing a way for us not to go there through Christ, but He is not going to force you there if you don't want to because again, the difference between heaven and hell is not an object of torment and an object of blessing, no it is in one place God is manifest there and the other place He is not. Hell is bad because you are that child who is missing out on that awesome party all the cool kids went to, lol.

In any case, thanks for the exchanges again. I hope you find your answers man, I really do. I'm sorry you had an awful experience, but I can say that religion will do that to so many people. But Christ doesn't care about your religion, he wants a relationship with you. If you don't believe me read the book of John where He make it clear to the pharisees(The religious folks at the time) that religion is not how you get closer to God. Faith, Love, and hope - pure relationship is what He wants from you. Believe in your heart and confess with your mouth and you shall be saved. Not by works, for none of us can live up to the perfection of God as so many religions try to make you do. No Christ was the perfection for us, so it is through Him we live and build a relationship with God. Then you can have life more abundantly, not necessarily in material things, but things like these answers you want in life will come. I would love to continue this exchange with you over email, but i'm not so sure i should put my email address on this comment/forum for the public lol. If there was a way i could send it to you privately I would. In any case, I hope you have a great weekend.


100% agreed. Why would a reputable site publish such an unproven and fallacious article?


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