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JD Jeffrey
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Trip-Fall of Pitch, Rise & Run: a giant clue

Remember what Napoleon quoted?

"History is a set of lies agreed upon."

Today's history research efforts clearly acknowledge this both then, and now.


The advent of the Internet has created a complicated mess in the search for bonafide giants.

The original word giant deduced from etymology is Gigantes - which means people of great 'ability' and not necessarily great size.

When we observe the archaic monuments with close scrutiny, we can see they definitely had great abilities.


As far as giants are concerned, the tallest living human documented is Robert Wadlow who lived from February 22, 1918 to July 15, 1940.

"Wadlow reached 8 ft 11.1 in (2.72 m) in height and weighed 439 lb (199 kg) at his death at age 22. His great size and his continued growth in adulthood were due to hyperplasia of his pituitary gland, which results in an abnormally high level of human growth hormone (HGH). Even by the time of his death, there was no indication that his growth had ended"


Reportedly, it's been stated that the Smithsonian has skeletal remains around 9 foot four inches.

Yes that is a giant, no that isn't the megalithic giant so many claim once roamed the Earth.

For there to be conclusive evidence you need to have something to verify these other monstrous claims such as tools, utensils, furniture, homes, clothing or petrified feces, etc. Nothing has been found to support the claims of megalithic giants over 10 feet in height.


It's quite possible the misinterpretation comes from the steles and statues at these ancient monuments.

People interpret them as giants, when clearly that is not their meaning. In today's advanced civilization, there are claims of megalithic giants stated to be petrified mountains, when all have seen with their own eyes how easily our ancients manipulated the hardest of stone and moved them into mystifying creations such as Giza's Great Pyramids, Baalbek, Sacsayhuaman, etc.

Some of these archaic impeccably carved monuments weigh in excess of 200 hundred tons or more per stone, and still we can't fathom our ancients could carve megalithic stone which they moved easily.

Through the understanding of anatomy and geology, a carved and manipulated hill is not a petrified giant.

Further, the archaic monuments are built with doors, windows and stairways to accommodate a bipedal species much the same height and stature as today's humans. Oversized doors are created to allow sunlight to reach a megaliths extensive interior depths. When you study the ancient monuments on an architectural level, you can estimate the size of bipedal species that created our anciet megaliths by the size of stairways and window ledge heights. This is a colossal give away.

These are all clues to the truth.


Examining ancient doors, windows and staircases verify the truth; especially staircases when viewed from a construction application and the knowledge of what is known as 'Pitch, Rise and Run', or known in the trade as the 'Trip-Fall' method.

Trip fall is how high a human can lift their knee before they become unbalanced, then trip and fall.

This is a very scientific mathematical process and we base the building of stairs on this method as not to cause injury thereby guaranteeing safe passage.


Rise is the height of each stair your foot must raise to reach the next step, and Run is the length of the stair tread your foot will stand on.

Todays stairs are calculated at maximum 8 and a half inches tall with a stair tread length at a maximum of 11 and half inches depth.

This accommodates a human easily for the heights between 4 foot 6 inches and 6 foot 6 inches.

Children and excessively tall people such as certain pro athletes would have an issue with the stair trip and fall size.


Ancient stairs found at the monuments rarely exceed 12 inches in height. 

Anything taller would be subjugated to the trip-fall method and regular sized humans would have a hard time climbing and descending the steps.

Stairs with an 8 and half inch rise for a six foot 6 inch human, compared to a 12 inch rise;

the 12 inch rise would 'possibly' allow a bipedal species of up to 10 feet to access these steps semi comfortably,

but would also cause foot length restrictions.

Using the Mayan El Castillo Kukulkan temple of Chichen Itza as an example, the steps have a 12 inch rise and an equal 12 inch tread to their construct.

With a mere 12 inch tread depth, a 10 foot species would only be able to use their toes and ball of the front foot to climb these steps, which would be difficult without a railing to assist the ascend and descend.

Pitch, Rise & Run; 

Pitch is the distance the stairs must extend to create a balanced level surface to climb upon.


Biblical scripture details two giant stories:

The story of David and Goliath gives Goliath height in cubits, which transferred to modern math equals about 6 foot 7 inches; King Og of Bashan, known as a giant, with his bed given at 6 feet wide and a length of 13 feet.


Gigantism is medically known as a benign tumour of the Pituitary gland and what Robert Wadlow was diagnosed with, as all gigantism is created from.


There have been many misidentified claims in our past such as the recent 2004 Archaeological Anamolies 4 photo manipulation contest of the best photoshopped megalithic giants. Now a modern hoax often passed around the internet as real.


Also there is the claim of a giants 47 inch femur bone, now a cast replica on display in a museum that details a suspicious credibility.

"Proof that there once existed a human with a 47” femur would, indeed be remarkable. There is no question about that.


The entire basis for this claim appears to be an anonymous letter. According the Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum website, this is what the reported letter said:


“I was born and lived in the Middle East from 1938 to 1968. I was Ain-Tell and Euphrates water works Engineer and was very interested in archaeology and history and had some very interesting findings, some of which may sound unbelievable. I have brought with me a few silex arrow heads, etc., from the very battle-field where King Nebuchadnezzar and Pharo-Necho’s armies fought. And what about the giants mentioned in Genesis? In south-east Turkey in the Euphrates Valley and in Homs and at Uran-Zohra, tombs of about four meters long once existed, but now roads and other construction work has destroyed the spots. At two places, when unearthed because of construction work, the leg bones were measured about 120 cms. It sounds unbelievable. I have lived with my family at Ain-Tell for more than 14 years at the very spot where King Nebuchadnezzar had his headquarters after the battle of Charcamish, where I dug the graves of kings’ officers and found their skeletons like sponge, and when you touch them they become like white ash, with spears and silex and obsidian tools and ammunition laying by.”



Giant claims without substantiation are just that, giant claims.

There are believers, and their are knowers:

those who want to believe, and those who want to know.

If you are a believer, no proof will be required -

If you are a knower, no amount of conclusive proof will be sufficient.

However, there is a way we can bypass the trip-fall to false history so that we may all rise and run.

There are also Truthers.

Truthers take a giant step forward and allow the evidence to speak for itself,

accepting, regardless of the evidentiary outcome, as Truth.

For additional information, please review

"A Giant Foot  Forward"

Applying modern construction science to ancient mythology in view of the archaic monuments allows a better understanding to gigantes, our prior Grandcestors who had great abilities and foresight to create these messages so that in the future they could be technically understood.

Copyright research of JD Jeffrey 2020


"Between us we may hold all the answers, if not for confrontation."

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