Were There Giant Trees in the Days of Yore?

It is important that we never lose focus of the criminal cabal that is poisoning our world and assaulting our people at every level, and we must do everything we can to fight against our destruction, but sometimes it can be beneficial to take a step back and take a look at things from a big picture perspective. Otherwise we won’t be able to see the forest for the trees.

An intriguing “conspiracy theory” has been circulating the alternative research community for the past few weeks, which posits that our world once looked much different than it does now, with giant trees towering above us, making the “forests” we see today look like mere bushes, or even moss.


I am not completely sold on the idea, and do find the timing of the release of this information to be somewhat suspect, but I feel it is worth considering, even though some of our readers might not willing to entertain ideas that fly in the face of mainstream history and science. This theory seems somewhat wild and outlandish until you start to consider some of the evidence.

Many ancient religious traditions from all around the world tell of giant trees, with their existence even being mentioned in the Bible:

The tree grew large and strong and its top touched the sky; it was visible to the ends of the earth. (Daniel 4:11)

The Norse had Yggdrasil, the World Tree, which stood at the center of the world as the axis mundi. The Aryan vedas contain detailed description of massive and majestic trees, which leads me to think that maybe there was not just one Yggdrasil, but perhaps many giant trees, with each one serving as a home for each tribe of people, along with all of the other flaura and fauna that a “tree of life” would support. In addition to the religious and esoteric traditions, there are also popular culture references to such trees popping up in movies, TV shows, books, and more.

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A whole book could be written on the many ancient and modern references to giant trees, and that is all well and good, but if such trees really existed, but we cannot simply base our conception of the world on fairy tales of fairy forests. There would have to be evidence of these trees, even if they died or were cut down, right? Well, the theory being presented suggests that there is evidence of these ancient trees still around, but we just have not understood what we were looking at.


This might seem a bit absurd, but stay with me while I explain more. The trees of yore may not have been carbon-based, like the ones we see all around today, but silicon-based, which explains why the do not decompose and rot, but stand solid to this day. This could explain how oddities like the petrified forest came to be, with the artifacts we see today being the chopped up branches of a massive silicon tree.


One good example of what could be the tree stump of a large “tree” is the famous Devils Tower.


National Geographic tells us:

Although magma formed Devils Tower, it was probably never part of a volcano. Most geologists agree that Devils Tower is an igneous intrusion, a place where magma from the Earth’s mantle welled up between chunks of sedimentary rock.

So magma bubbled straight up from the earth into hexagonal columns? Hmm. Let’s take a closer look at this magma miracle.


This is the same official explanation that is given for the Giant’s Causeway.


The BBC lets us know:

The Giant’s Causeway is made up of some 40,000 large black basalt columns which protrude from the sea. It formed when molten rock was forced up through fissures in the earth to form a lava plateau.

This is the same kind of formation that can be found in Fingal’s cave in Scotland.


Staffa Tours tells us:

Its structure is unique. Nowhere else is there a sea cave formed completely in hexagonally jointed basalt.

You will find such hexagonal columns in other places around the world. Do you really think they were made by magma? If so, sorry to say, but you’re pretty damn gullible. Here’s what a magma flow actually looks like.


In stark contrast, the basalt columns look like could almost be crafted, whether by giants or by highly skilled masons, but it could be that they were organically formed. Now you might be thinking, but trees do not grow in hexagonal columns, like they were elongated bee hives! Indeed, but a silicon-based tree might grow a bit differently than a carbon-based one.

In order to piece this all back together, let’s turn to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, which is 5,000 years old, at least according to Wikipedia:

According to researchers at the universities in Durham and Lisbon, the story originated more than 5,000 years ago, based on a widespread archaic story form which is now classified by folkorists as ATU 328 The Boy Who Stole Ogre’s Treasure.

The question ought to be why the legend has Jack growing and climbing a beanstalk instead of a giant tree. Well, let’s take a look at the cross-section of a bean stalk.


Wow, that sure does look like formations we saw before, huh?


So if these giant trees did exist, how were they cut down? Well, either there was some serious team effort over a long span of time, there was a giant lumberjack like Paul Bunyan, or used some advanced machinery we are unaware of. Back to the tall tale, (lumber) Jack chopped down the beanstalk, which was the tower (or causeway) that reached up to devilish giant above.

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If this is relating a story of our ancient past, when was it done? Who knows, but perhaps these giant trees were the ones the Semitic desert people were so intent on destroying, which could mean it was done not too long ago.

But ye shall destroy their altars, break their images, and cut down their groves. (Exodus 34:13)

But thus shall ye deal with them; ye shall destroy their altars, and break down their images, and cut down their groves, and burn their graven images with fire. (Deuteronomy 7:5)

And ye shall overthrow their altars, and break their pillars, and burn their groves with fire; and ye shall hew down the graven images of their gods, and destroy the names of them out of that place. (Deuteronomy 12:3)

These sick people sure do hate our sacred trees, including the regular old carbon-based ones. Why? We are intimately connected to trees in a very spiritual way. Spirit actually comes from the word for “breath”, and trees serve as the lungs of our Earth. We breath in oxygen and breath out carbon dioxide; they breath in the carbon dioxide and breath out oxygen. Interestingly, the trachea forms the trunk of an upside down tree, branching into the bronchial tubes in our lungs, intertwining with the heart’s tree-like arteries and veins.


This alone should show you just how important trees are to our spirit, at a very fundamental level, but just consider the way that sitting beneath a massive tree makes you feel. It is a treemendous feeling, right? Unlike some of the darker skinned desert people, Aryans are very much at home in the forests, feeling connected to the whole living world.

Trees with deep roots grow tall.” – Frédéric Mistral

Deep connections abound when looking beneath the surface.


The Pando tree is known as the Trembling Giant, as it is not really a collection of many small trees, but actually one gigantic male aspen, connected underground, thought to weigh 6,000,000 kg and be 80,000 years old. It appears to be dying, along with many other trees, which could be due to the aerosol spraying in the skies, along with other toxins of our modern world.

Wail, you juniper, for the cedar has fallen; the stately trees are ruined! Wail, oaks of Bashan; the dense forest has been cut down! (Zechariah 11:2)

Now some people might think that all of the deforestation and relentless construction of our world is the result of Aryan ingenuity, but I think this is the result of a mind virus that was implanted in us, causing us to wreck our own world for the benefit of an alien tribe. I tend to agree with Joni Mitchell on this one:

They paved paradise / And put up a parking lot

But who has orchestrated this all? Was it like in Lord of the Rings, where the dark wizard Saruman used his orcs to chop down ancient forest and quarry into the earth to create weapons of war? Or maybe it was “aliens” in space craft with advanced technology? Is this why Devils Tower featured so prominently in Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind?


There is the Zecharia Sitchin narrative about Anunnaki using humans to mine the Earth, but in Avatar, the script is flipped and it is the humans who use space ships to go to another world named Pandora (like the Pando tree) to chop down the trees and harvest the valuable minerals contained within. Are we being told something about our past in films like this?

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And perhaps some of these trees fell on their own, just like our carbon-based trees of today, creating what we see today as certain mountains.

Asgard (or is it Ashgard?) was once located atop the World Tree, the ash named Yggdrasil, but then for some reason, its location changed to that of a mountain. The ash tree likely relates to the Asherah of the Bible, which represented the Queen of Heaven.

You shall not plant for yourself an Asherah of any kind of tree beside the altar of the LORD your God, which you shall make for yourself. You shall not set up for yourself a sacred pillar which the LORD your God hates. (Deuteronomy 16:22)

Notice in the recent Thor movies that Asgard is portrayed with vertical columns much like the basalt ones seen previously.


Again considering the Lord of the Rings movies, the capitol of Gondor (Minas Tirith), looks a lot like the stump of a giant tree (as well as the Tower of Babel, which reached up to the heavens).


The symbol of Gondor is actually the White Tree, which likely has racial connotations relating to the family tree, since the exclusively White folks of Middle Earth are fighting against the Negroid and Asiatic armies of Sauron, including Saruman’s orcs who are born from “mud”, but the tree could also be taken literally. In the movie, once the forces of light have won, the actual tree at the top of Minas Tirith once again comes back to life.


This reminds me of Ragnarok. After Yggdrasil dies, a new World Tree is born again.

I know it can seem like we have all been cut down, that everything we once cherished has been stolen from us, but do not lose hope. Our spirit will rise to the heavens once more.

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