Friday, July 22, 2011

Nephilim Giants Megaliths in the Biblical Lands Revealed

Amorite Giant's Megaliths in the Biblical Lands Revealed

 Megaliths at Baalbek. For more on Biblical megaliths in the Transjordan : Mysteries of the Megaliths Revealed in the Bible

Intermediate Bronze Age Transjordan 2200 2300 BC Megalithic Tombs

Greek mega (“great”) and lithos (“stone”) and describes tombs built of large unworked boulders (though other stones are sometimes used) often covered by mounds of earth or stone piles.
   Megalithic tombs were constructed in the Land if Isreal during phases of the Chalcolithic and early bronze periods. In the late third millennium, two types of the megalithic tombs, extant already in the Early Bronze Age, became widespread: stone or earthen tumuli, and dolmens.
The base of the tumulus was bounded with one or more rings of small stones. Fields containing thousands of dolmans may be found in Transjordan and the Golan. 
   Amorite Dolman in the Transjordan

Archaeology and the Bible, George A. Barton, 1922

 Amorite Dolman from Jordan.  The Stones were originally covered in earth, making a burial mound
      In Africa they are associated with skeletons which reveal their origin, and similar dolmans are met with in parts of Palestine, more especially on the eastern side of the Jordan, with which the name of the Amorite is connected. Cromlechs of a like form exist in Western Spain, France, and in Britian, and since the Libyan race, whose remains they cover in Africa, claim physiological relationship with the “Red Kelt,” it is permissible to regard them as marking the former presence of the race to which the Amorite belong.  Fields containing thousands of dolmans may be found in Transjordan and the Golan. Dolman remains.

Dolman located in Cornwall England
        Dolmans occur in the southwest of England and throughout the continent of Europe, Asia Minor, the Caucasus and parts of India and Northern Africa. Professor A.H. Keane identifies the megalithic monuments of northern Asia, of the Korea and Japan, as the work of the stone-age Caucasic peoples; from the study of these dolmans, together with their contents, he arrives s at the conclusion that during the early Neolithic period the east and north-east of Asia were inhabited by Aryan population.
   Similar monuments of the stone age have been found in Japan, India, Persia, the Caucasus, the Crimea, Bulgaria, also in Tripoli, Tunis, Algeria, Morrocco, Malta, southern Italy, Sardinia, Corsica and the Belaeric Isles, Spain, Portugal, France, the British Isles, Scananavia, and the German shores of the Baltic. Some scholars hold that all these monuments were made by one race of men, who migrated from country to country. As the monuments are not found at very great distances from the sea, the migrations are supposed to have followed the seacoast.


On the west of the Jordan megalithic monuments were probably once numerous since traces of them still survive in Galilee and Judea, but later divergent civilizations have removed most of them. In the time of Amos, none of these “gilgals” was used by the Hebrews as a place of worship, of which the prophet didn’t approve, Amos 4:4 5:5