I had been subscribed to this channel(FE Flat Water) for a while, but had never really gone through to check out all the content. This kid has some very well put together videos. Very based and matter-of-fact with the presentation of raw, undeniable evidence.
As it relates to all these new Mudfossil videos that have been flooding YouTube, I think that there are many very compelling examples of Titan fossils around the globe, but many of the claims that I see being made by certain channels are a bit outlandish and they’re getting sloppy and way too full of themselves. The “Wise Up” channel was even forced to put Roger at “Mudfossil University” in his place a bit for getting way too ahead of himself.
Source: FE FLAT WATER
First-hand primary source accounts from early European explorers who saw Giants in Patagonia and South America. These accounts have barely been made public over the years and are quite rare. Describing the heights of the Giants they sometimes use the term “span”, which is the length between the tip of the thumb and the tip of the little finger. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Span_(unit)
Some say the word “Patagones” means big foot, or big feet, but it actually comes from “Pentagones” which means five cubits. WHAT IS A CUBIT? A cubit is an ancient measurement of length based on the distance from the elbow to the tip of the longest finger. How many feet is 5 cubits? Depending on the length of one’s elbow, it can be anywhere from 7.5 to 10 feet. The actual length of a cubit varied between different ancient groups of people. Here are some ensamples from Egypt, Babylon, and ancient Israel: Cubits to Inches: Hebrew 17.5 in = 1 Cubit Egyptian 17.6 in = 1 Cubit Babylonian Long 19.8 in = 1 Cubit Hebrew Long est. 20.4 in = 1 Cubit Egyptian Long 20.6 in = 1 Cubit
NOAH’S CUBIT: Though the original cubit length is uncertain, it was most likely one of the royal cubits (about 19.8–20.6 in). If so, the Ark was actually bigger than the size described in most books today, which frequently use the short cubit.
To be overly fair we’ll use one of the smaller measurements, the Hebrew Cubit, to give the Giants the benefit of the doubt. So, using a given height of 5 cubits, let’s do some basic maths: 5 (cubits) at 17.5 inches, (5 x 17.5) = 87.5 inches. Now we’ll convert the inches to feet: so 87.5 inches divided by 12 (12 inches per foot) is: 87.5 divided by 12, (or 87.5 ÷ 12) = 7.29166666667 feet in height. If we use the Royal Cubit, at 20.4 inches per Cubit, we get: 20.4 x 5 = 102 inches. 102 inches ÷ 12 (12 inches per foot) we get = 8.5 feet. As you know and have heard, many of the Giants were much taller. During the research phase of this video I compiled a large amount of data and photos on the subject, however I must apologize, I had several more great pics but they were lost when my computer crashed.
Hopefully I can recover some for the next piece as they’re certainly worth viewing. Almost all of the pics used are from the ships artists who recorded what they saw as realistically as possible, almost photographically, in order to report this important intel to their respective Commanders and Kings. This video also highlights some content from a video creator named “Seeing Is Believing – The Rocks Were Alive” from ytube and Instagram. A viewer (name withheld for now) who has been helping him and sending him content also sent me some great photos of Giants in the mountains and the earth. She suggested I check him out, show some of his content and promote him, which I’m more than happy to do. Check out his stuff, it’s really quite good. If you remember please let him know I sent you.
Here’s a link to his site on ytube… #TheRocksWereAlive (YouTube) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpue… Here’s a great video by him .. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXQlA… Here’s his handle on instagram … @sibs_on_insta So thats’ that for that one… If you’re so inclined please leave a comment. This way you can let the ytube police, our fellow viewers and generally the whole world know what you think. Want to help out the channel? Just let an ad play, just one, that’s all it takes. Thanks for watching. 😊 Don’t forget to like, share and subscribe. God bless you.