DWQA QuestionsCategory: Extraterrestrial InterlopersBuffalo Bill Cody wrote in his autobiography, “While we were in the sand hills, scouting the Niobrara country, the Pawnee Indians brought into camp some very large bones, one of which the surgeon of the expedition pronounced to be the thigh bone of a human being. The Indians said the bones were those of a race of people who long ago had lived in that country. They said these people were three times the size of a man of the present day, that they were so swift and strong that they could run by the side of a buffalo, and, taking the animal in one arm, could tear off a leg and eat it as they ran. These giants, said the Indians, denied the existence of a Great Spirit. When they heard the thunder or saw the lightning, they laughed and declared that they were greater than either.” Is this solid testimonial evidence, that the Anunnaki indeed are atheists, just as Creator has told us many, many times? Could these giants really run with the buffalo as depicted? What more can Creator tell us?
Nicola Staff asked 2 months ago

This seeming tall tale, or folklore from Native Americans, was indeed reflecting ancient knowledge of the race of giants on the Earth in those earlier times, being the Anunnaki in actuality as well as Nephilim offspring of Anunnaki/human mating. Being three times in stature that of a man, the Anunnaki were indeed imposing and, being well-built, highly muscular, and with tremendous strength, would indeed represent an impressive sight depicted in that way, as being able to run with and even capture buffalo in full stride, and killed with their bare hands. What is true about this is the physical description and prowess of the Anunnaki in an era prior to their retirement, to be behind the scenes, to work covertly, and not risk being in the open where they are all outnumbered.

The second thing that is true about this account is the wonderment of the Native Americans, that these seemingly godlike beings denied the existence of a Great Spirit, essentially how they perceived God. That is in perfect alignment with reality because the Anunnaki, indeed, are all atheists and have been for billions of years now. They would never come to another world of primitive earthlings, for example, and in any way be persuaded there was a loving God in the heavens. That is impossible for them to accept at this stage in their thinking. They need a tremendous amount of healing to recover from becoming so greatly disconnected from an awareness of the Creator.

The third thing that is true and revealing in this ancient story, being passed down through the generations, is the seeming indifference of the Anunnaki to the natural forces of thunder and lightning, and that, too, is in keeping with the reality that, unlike Native Americans, they viewed these products of weather as personally unimportant, understanding them scientifically as they do, not as portents of divine unrest and disapproval that ought to make them cower. The Anunnaki are quite masterful, as you know, in controlling weather and even creating extreme potentiation of weather in an unnatural degree, as with tornadoes and hurricanes, that are not natural at all. Such beings will not be troubled by a thunderstorm. They use lightning as a weapon, purposefully via their advanced technology, and know how to avoid the random natural lightning strikes that are truly weather related. So this is indeed a cultural signpost, and a link to the past as well as validating the current dilemma, that the ETs are here and have never gone home.