You really owe it to your self to run over and read this post titled When Orcs were Real: The Ancient Struggle for Homo Sapiens to Rule the Earth from Tree of Woe on his Substack.

Here’s a bit of a teaser:

And get a load of the visual he gives for the Neanderthal/Orc:

But wait – I should tell you why I think you need to go read it.  Here’s why:

The Nephilim were on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of man and they bore children to them. These were the mighty men who were of old, the men of renown. – Genesis 6:4

What Tree of Woe presents is fascinating. True, it is unfortunately riddled with materialist assumptions about evolution but for those who can see through those distortions you’ll find a very compelling presentation of what life in a world filled with Nephilim might have been like.

One more bit before you leave. Citing an author named Danny Vendramini Tree of Woe records:

  • Neanderthals were cannibals. A number of Neanderthal sites reveal bones that have been cut and cracked open to extract the marrow. While this hypothesis was initially rejected a recent find at El Sidron in Spain revealed numerous Neanderthal skeletons with the unmistakable marks of butchery by cannibals wielding hand axes, knives, and scrapers.
  • Neanderthals had more robust bones and heavier musculature than Homo Sapiens. They weighed 25% more. They were so heavily muscled that their skeletons had to develop extra thick bones… Neanderthals also evolved extremely thick skulls – “postcranial hyper-robusticity” — that protected them in close-quarter confrontation with prey. They all had kyphosis, with hunched backs, that gave them a distinct profile and gait.
  • Neanderthal teeth were twice as large as human teeth. According to 2008 anthropologist research, their mouths could open much wider than human mouths, enabling them to take extremely large bites. Judging by the size of the jaw, they had tremendous bite force.
  • Neanderthals evolved in Ice Age Europe and had specific adaptations to that climate. They had short limbs, large noses, and compact torsos. Most importantly, they were covered with thick fur!

Alright.  Off to Tree of Woe with you now.

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