...Before that we find the entity was in the land of the present nativity, during those periods when there were the spreadings of those teachings that had come from the lands from which those peoples came that were known as the Lost Tribes, as well as from Atlantis, Yucatan, the Inca, and the land of On [?]. [Og?]
They were portions of the entity’s people then, in that part of the land now known as the central portion of Ohio, during the early portion of the Mound Builders.
There the entity was a priestess of those peoples that were a part of the experiences there of those peoples. For while confusions arose from the tenets of the Hebraic as well as the Atlantean, as well as the Inca, these became centralized or localized in the expressions of those peoples and those groups in that particular period of their activity.
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Greg Little, a supporter of Edgar Cayce and the author of a book on Cayce and the Mounds, claims that some American mound sites “mimic the layout of the Center City of Atlantis.” Since the only description Plato gave is that Atlantis was arranged in concentric rings of land and water, I can’t see how this is possible.
Anyway, you wanted to know about the giants! Well, Cayce wasn’t content merely to have America filled with Inca, Atlanteans, Muvians, and Lost Tribes of Israel. He added something else. He went on to describe his vision of prehistoric southern Florida, a land he claimed was inhabited by Mexican-Atlanteans and the Norse, as well as one more group: “The entity’s sojourns then were with those of a race of unusual height, unusual proportions to what might be termed in the present. For they were then the lords of the land…” (Reading 1298-1).
Sadly, this exciting development isn’t quite the lost race of Nephilim Mound Builders fringe historians were looking for. I think Cayce was obliquely referring to the so-called giants that attacked Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca in 1528, a standard account of “giants” well-known in the Mound Builder literature: “They go naked, are large of body, and appear at a distance like giants,” the conquistador wrote (source).
Cayce, however, was happy to identify the Biblical Nephilim with some of the inhabitants of Atlantis, which Ignatius Donnelly had already declared the “antediluvian world” of the book of Genesis:
These took on many sizes as to stature, from that as may be called the midget to the giants—for there were Giants in the earth in those days, men as tall as (what would be termed today) ten to twelve feet in stature, and in proportion—well proportioned throughout. The ones that became the most useful were those as would be classified (or called in the present) as the ideal stature, that was of both male and female (as those separations had been begun); and the most ideal (as would be called) was Adam, who was in that period when he (Adam) appeared as FIVE-IN-ONE—See? (reading 364-11)