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  1. ApacheHopiTribe

    These lands are the lands of Israel the man.
    Tree of Life is the Devil's Towers today.
    Lands of the Giants is AMERICA with the Native American Indian Tribes of God.

    All Giants were RedHeads green eyes.
    Rh-positive bloodlines
    Son's of Cain
    Daughters of man
    Native American Indian woman
    Birthed the Giants and died.

    Lovelock cavern

    Bat Creek Tribe and The Ten Commandments.

    Mayan's
    Inca's
    Aztec's all spoke old Hebrew
    Tribes

    Jesus was human not Rh-positive

  2. Hey they tricked me. I was looking for half true stories about ancient human giants…. That have been covered up some how and just like ufo witnesses, they become heckled and do not want to admit what they have found… Then I see a video about trees. I just woke up man, I only have one wood that's on my mind and I will protect that wood too.

  3. In retrospect, we should have practiced selective harvesting in order to preserve these giants. I'm no tree hugger, but even I see the priceless value of these guardians of the forest. When will man learn?

  4. The largest kauri tree ever recorded, at Mercury Bay New Zealand , had a circumference of 23.77 metres and a height of 24.3 metres to the first branch – twice the bulk of Tāne Mahuta in the Waipoua Forest. Another tree, with a diameter of 7.3 metres, had an estimated age of 4,000 years.
    That is about 400,000 super feet.
    The largest NZ Kauri currently standing is about half this size.
    The big tree was struck by lightning and died in the late 1800s

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