André the Giant – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
André René Roussimoff (May 19, 1946 – January 27, 1993), best known as André the Giant, was a Frenchprofessional wrestler and actor. He most famously feuded with Hulk Hogan, culminating at WrestleMania III, and his best-remembered film role was that of Fezzik, the giant in The Princess Bride. His size was a result of gigantismcaused by excess growth hormone, which later resulted in acromegaly. It also led to him being called “The Eighth Wonder of the World”.
Was Andre The Giant Stature The Result of Gigantism?
So we are told.
So we believe.
Or, is there more to the story.
Steve Quayle points out the historical cover-up, still in affect today, hiding the pervasiveness of giants in every culture globally — even America.
The Smithsonian Institute, an independent federal agency, has been actively suppressing some of the most interesting and important archaeological discoveries made in the Americas.
“André Roussimoff was born in Grenoble, France, to Boris and Mariann Roussimoff, a couple of Bulgarian and Polish ancestry.
Ispolin – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The ispolin (Bulgarian: исполин; pronounced [ispoˈlin], plural исполини ispolini) is a legendary giant in Bulgarian mythology. While the appearance of the ispolin varied according to the myth and region, ispolini were believed to have inhabited the Earth before humans and to have been considerably taller.
Giant (mythology) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Giants figure in a great many fairy tales and folklore stories, such as Jack the Giant Killer, The Giant Who Had No Heart in His Body, Nix Nought Nothing, Robin Hood and the Prince of Aragon, Young Ronald, and Paul Bunyan. Ogres and trolls are humanoid creatures, sometimes of gigantic stature, that occur in various sorts of European folklore. An example of another, Slavic, folklore giant is Rübezahl, a kind giant from Wendish folklore who lived in the Giant Mountains (nowadays on the Czech-Polish border).
Andre the Giant lives on as the masses pay obedience in popular culture following the trends of tomorrow.
Manifesto | OBEY GIANT
The OBEY sticker campaign can be explained as an experiment in Phenomenology. Heidegger describes Phenomenology as “the process of letting things manifest themselves.” Phenomenology attempts to enable people to see clearly something that is right before their eyes but obscured; things that are so taken for granted that they are muted by abstract observation.
The FIRST AIM OF PHENOMENOLOGY is to reawaken a sense of wonder about one’s environment.
Shepard Fairey, 1990
They Live – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shepard Fairey also credits the movie as a major source of inspiration, sharing a similar logo to his “OBEY” campaign. “They Live was … the basis for my use of the word ‘obey,'” Fairey said. “The movie has a very strong message about the power of commercialism and the way that people are manipulated by advertising.”
Forthtell: They Live!
Steve Quayle – Genesis 6 GIANTS
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[Age Old Legends Of The Giants Unfolding In Modern Times – The End Times.]