The title of this post was also the title of an old Defenders comic book issue, #94, released by Marvel on April 1, 1981.
April Fools Day. The joke’s on you.
The joke is on you if you do not know why you should “beware the six fingered hand.” The reason why you should is not a short, easy story. But it is a story that is worth the effort, if you’re willing to put aside disbelief, forget all the history you’ve ever learned in school, and commit the time.
Main Stream Media, which includes large publishing houses like Marvel, knows what’s up when it comes to true history. Secret history. The history they like to keep to themselves. The reason why will become patently obvious by the time you’ve finished reading this article.
In this Defender series of comic books, the Six Fingered Hand is a group of 6 demons from hell who are – not surprisingly – arch villains that the Defenders have to fight against.
There are other references to this idea of danger related to the six fingered hand in media, especially in Hollywood.
In the movie Princess Bride, a character named Inigo Montoya pursues a man who killed his father – a man identified by the anomaly of having six fingers.
In Disney’s animated television series Gravity Falls, a mysterious journal is found by Dipper in the forest, a journal filled with occult symbols and mysterious knowledge. On the cover of that journal is the silhouette of a six fingered hand.
In this series the characters all seem to have different numbers of fingers, from four to five. The one with six remains mysterious, although viewers conjecture that the character who wrote the journal is Old Man McGucket, who now is a deranged hillbilly but once was a brilliant inventor.
He constructed numerous devices, including a device the researcher believed could benefit all of humanity. However, the knowledge of the supernatural became too much for McGucket to handle, so he invented a device that would allow him to forget that he had learned about [sic]. He found himself much happier and created the Blind Eye Society to help others forget what they had seen. However, each wipe warped the mind of the subject, and his were so frequent he became a crazed lunatic by 1982, completely ignorant of his past. – wikia.com
Holy Moly – this stuff just writes itself!
Blind Eye Society. Just like the people of the world today, who turn a “blind eye” to the truth, and become “completely ignorant” of the past. Hilarious.
Note also that what drove this character mad was his increased knowledge of the supernatural. Secret history is exactly that.
One more point about McGucket – if he is the six fingered man that wrote the mysterious journal, that would mean that he cut off the sixth finger of each hand, for now he only has five. That becomes relevant in the real world later on in this discussion.
One Youtuber analyzes why it is that the characters of Gravity Falls have varying numbers of fingers. His answer is revealing.
The six fingered hand, which has come to represent the journals, is in fact a representation of complete knowledge of darkness and evil, what’s gained by achieving it, and what you lose when you do.
What this means, then, is that a character’s number of fingers relates directly to their degree of awareness, or knowledge of supernatural things – of darkness and evil – which also relates to their degree of innocence. Fewer fingers, less awareness. Therefore, McGucket had a high degree of such knowledge when he had six fingers, but when he removed the extra digits and erased his memory, he had less, and also went a bit goofy.
Whoo boy – it’s heating up.
And finally for our look into these references in the film industry, there’s a film company out of San Francisco that’s working on a movie right now that brings into the mix another element that helps tie all of this together. The name of that company is Six Finger Films. The synopsis of that movie is as follows:
Following an earthquake, a subterranean unlicensed medic meets a psych-ward escapee who claims to be a fallen angel. – KickStarter.com
Ok – let’s summarize.
Six fingers, as related above, are associated with these qualities according to the MSM:
1.) Violence & Murder (Princess Bride).
2.) Demons & Hell (Defender comic books).
3.) Advanced knowledge of darkness and evil (Gravity Falls).
4.) Fallen angels (Six Finger Films).
Good gravy! Those are some disturbing associations. We’re going to take a look at why this is, next.
Remember the old Cowboys and Indians movies? The Indians would always raise up a hand, palm out, and say “How.” Nobody ever explained the reason for this – it’s just a wave, right? In fact, we still do it today, although the way we do it is a much quicker version. In the movies, at least, the Indians would raise up their hand and hold it up, and expected the greeted party to do the same. Why would they do that?
I would answer that they were checking for the six fingered hand. And if you remember the list of associations that are connected to the six fingered hand, you will understand why they were checking for it. They wanted to know if the strange person they were greeting was friend or foe. They wanted to know if they were going to have a nice conversation, or a bloody battle.
Chuck Missler agrees with this idea, as can be seen in an excerpted speech here.
So who are these people with six fingers?
Giants! Or, in latter times, the human-sized descendants of the Giant bloodline.
We go back to Scriptures for an explanation of how this could be.
In the beginning, in Genesis, we learn that angels – referred to as the Sons of God – fell from grace by succumbing to their lust for human women. They mated with these women and produced offspring which were of great size, intelligence, and power, which lead to them becoming famous for their exploits (“men of renown”). There’s one other thing – they were also reported to be extremely evil and violent.
It is even reported in the Book of Enoch that their appetites were so great that when animal flesh became used up, “the giants turned against them and devoured all mankind” (chp. 7 verse 4).
So they were cannibals as well. Not a pretty picture.
Consider also Homer’s description of the cyclopean giants in his epic poem Odyssey. After Odysseus and his men become trapped in a cave with a cyclops and his giant sheep, the cyclops takes to bashing in the heads of two of Odysseus’s men at a time for his meals. This goes on until the mortal men blind the cyclops’ eye with a hot brand and escape the cave by holding onto the bellies of the giant sheep as they are let out of the cave by the now blind cyclops.
Some think of Homer’s Odyssey as purely fiction, but recent discoveries are changing views about the factual authenticity of what Homer described in his writings. For instance, the Trojan War is now considered historical fact by many, as well as the existence of the ancient city of Troy:
But most scholars agree that Troy itself was no imaginary Shangri-la but a real city, and that the Trojan War indeed happened. – National Geographic
If those were real, then perhaps so too the Cyclops.
We know from historical accounts and eyewitnesses that the Romans fought tribes of giants in what is now the British Isles and Germany. Both were fierce fighters on the battlefield, and terrible in demeanor and behavior.
The Gauls [Celts] are terrifying in aspect and their voices are deep and altogether harsh; when they meet together they converse with few words and in riddles, hinting darkly at things for the most part and using one word when they mean another; and they like to talk in superlatives, to the end that they may extol themselves and depreciate all other men. They are also boasters and threateners and are fond of pompous language, and yet they have sharp wits and are not without cleverness at learning…
They also observe a custom which is especially astonishing and incredible, in case they are taking thought with respect to matters of great concern; for in such cases they devote to death a human being and plunge a dagger into him in the region above the diaphragm, and when the stricken victim has fallen they read the future from the manner of his fall and from the twitching of his limbs, as well as from the gushing of the blood, having learned to place confidence in an ancient and long-continued practice of observing such matters. – Diodorus Siculus
But the terror the Romans felt at the Allia sprang not from the Celts’ height and armaments alone. These supermen also assaulted their eyes and ears with fierce looks, deep voices, and pre-battle antics. One of these antics called for some of the huge Celtic champions, when they were formed for battle, to step out in front of their lines, brandish their large weapons menacingly at their smaller adversaries and challenge the most valiant among them to single combat. We do not know whether any Romans accepted such a challenge at the Allia, but if they did, according to Celtic custom, each challenger would have then broken forth into a song praising the valiant deeds of his ancestors and boasting of his own high achievements, while at the same time reviling and belittling his opponent, and trying by such talk “to strip him of his bold spirit before the combat.”145 Not just the champion warriors, but the whole Celtic army took part in this psychological warfare. Beating their swords rhythmically against their shields, they assailed the enemy’s ears with a tumult of almost intolerable sound. – Giants, by Charles DeLoach
So what about the six fingers?
“In another battle with the Philistines at Gath, they encountered a huge man with six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot, twenty-four in all, who was also a descendant of the giants.” – 2 Samuel 21:20
There are other historical accounts that mention giants with six fingers (polydactylism was not always present, but it was an often mentioned trait of these creatures). But even more meaningful are the accounts from around the world of the discovery of giant skeletons, many of which exhibited the six-finger trait. Even though those skeletons have mysteriously vanished, many of these finds made it into newspaper articles at the time of the discoveries.
Many of these giant skeletons were uncovered right here in America, and to back up these finds, there were also eyewitness testimonies to the fact that giants once lived here.
Cabeza de Vaca, a Spanish Conquistador, told this account of giants they encountered in the wilds of Florida:
When we attempted to cross the large lake, we came under heavyattack from many giant Indians concealed behind trees. Some of our men were wounded in this conflict for which the good armor they wore did not avail. The Indians we had so far seen are all archers. They go naked, are large of body, and appear at a distance like giants. They are of admirable proportions, very spare and of great activity and strength. The bows they use are as thick as the arm, of eleven or twelve palms in length, which they discharge at two hundred paces with so great precision that they miss nothing.
In addition, there is this account from Chief Rolling Thunder of the Commanches in 1857:
Innumerable moons ago, a race of white men, ten feet high, and far more rich and powerful than any white people now living, here inhabited a large range of country, extending from the rising to the setting sun. Their fortifications crowned the summits of the mountains, protecting their populous cities situated in the intervening valleys. They excelled every other nation which was flourished, either before or since, in all manner of cunning handicraft—were brave and warlike—ruling over the land they had wrested from its ancient possessors with a high and haughty hand. Compared with them the palefaces of the present day were pygmies, in both art and arms. They drove the Indians from their homes, putting them to the sword, and occupying the valleys in which their fathers had dwelt before them since the world began. At length, in the height of their power and glory, when they remembered justice and mercy no more and became proud and lifted up, the Great Spirit descended from above, sweeping them with fire and deluge from the face of the earth. The mounds we [i.e. the speaker Chief Rolling Thunder and his Spanish listener] had seen on the tablelands were the remnants of their fortresses, and the crumbling ruins that surrounded us all that remained of a mighty city.
From all of these accounts of the giants, a common string of characteristics plays out: cunning, terrible in appearance, harsh, using dark language and riddles, sharp witted, threatening, boastful and self-extolling, practitioners of human sacrifice, cannibalistic, experts at psychological warfare, rich and powerful, rulers of the lands they stole and occupied, forgetting justice and mercy as they became more and more proud and lifted up.
I don’t know about you, but I know a group that exists today that fits that description to a T, and I know the reason why – because that group today are the children of the giants!
Genes Die Hard
Two Finger Flip
As the giants conquered new territory and expanded their presence, they would interbreed with the humans that they were displacing and lording over. In time, the effect of this was that their main characteristic – huge size – diminished over time. But that didn’t mean that other traits didn’t remain, and the main one of those that did persist was the six fingered hand. That seemed to be the most stubborn characteristic that belied the genetic history of those in whom it could be found. A calling card, so to speak.
Interbreeding would lessen the occurrence of this polydactylism, but not stamp it out completely. In addition, it’s reasonable to conclude that the more genetic material from giants there is in a given bloodline, the more this trait is likely to pop up. Especially when the sixth finger is fully formed and functional – not exhibiting as a stunted relic.
Because the giants were the unrivaled rulers over whatever lands they invaded, and instituted the practice of kingship in the earth, traits linking one to them genetically is often viewed as auspicious – a sign of good luck. It’s just the opposite, in fact, a kind of curse – but this world only respects power and wealth, so a curse becomes a blessing.
One example of this is a testimony I found by a man on a forum about polydactylism. He is from Greece, and let’s not forget that Greece was a major stomping grounds for our notorious ancient giants. His account is as follows:
Hey My name is Christos Meli I am from Athens,Greece. I now reside in the USA,I cam across your website and was wondering what having 6 fingers intales. I have 6 fingers on each hand.Every first born male in my bloodline on my fathers side to also had 6 fingers on each hand. My fathers bloodline originated in Nikosia,Cyprus.Well thats how far back I could find records.Over the years of trying to find why I have found out that when I was born In Athens the Doctor who was there when I was born went Bananas running up and down the hospital yelling the king is born.I have also found out that one of the Purest Royal bloodlines in Greece and Cyprus also all there first born sons had 6 fingers.The problem is I found this on the net searching archives years ago.The only problem with the archives is they don’t know anyone on the
bloodline after 1832 B.C.Which leaves me clueless.I cannot find this site for I think it’s shut down.But I would like some answer to weather or not this indeed means I am of royal descent. – http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com
A king is born? Only if there is vestigial cultural memory that six fingers are related to the ancient kings – the giants.
Below is another story that links six fingers with having good luck. Here, it is a family out of Brazil in which every member has six fully formed, fully functional fingers.
Hate to break it to you, Da Silva family, but you’ve got giants in your family tree. You might want to shake them out!
But again – as you can see, that’s not a bad thing in their mind. They see it as a sign of pride and good luck.
If this happens in China, I’m sure they would call that person a “Dragon Child,” because this is an indication of the Dragon Bloodline, an ancient bloodline going all the way back to the beginning, to the fallen angels and Cain. It’s also called the serpent seedline, the Brotherhood of the Snake, Great White Brotherhood, and many others. It is the seedline of the Illuminati, who are the protectors of its secrets, which is why you cannot find any skeletons of giants anywhere – because according to them, giants never existed.
That’s OK, liars. We know better. Besides, we don’t need giant skeletons to know that giants existed. We have the six fingered hand.
And also the six toed foot. That one even shows up in movie stars from time to time.
Marilyn Monroe was one of the first to go public, before she was famous and still went by the name Norma Jean. In a photo shoot with Joseph Jasgur, who did the shoot as a favor for a friend, she is shown clearly with six toes on her left foot. In later shoots she is shown with five toes on both feet. Most people argue that this is proof she only ever had 5 toes on both feet. To me it is proof that she later had the extra digit removed – a pattern that seems to be repeated in Hollywood when this anomaly is accidentally “discovered” by photojournalists.
Up next is Halle Berry. This photo shows clearly that she had six toes at the time this picture was taken.
I say “had” because later she shows up on a talk show in which she just had to show her feet to the cameras and audience. Now why would anyone do that? Because she had to show everyone that she only had five toes – which of course must mean that she only ever had five toes, right? Right?? People are so stupid.
Why don’t they just lop off that extra digit before they become famous?? Derp!
That’s what Gemma Aterton did. She even admitted this in an interview. “I was born with six fingers” she admitted. “It’s my little oddity that I’m really proud of.”
Why proud? Because it’s a mark of royal bloodline – the bloodline of kings, of giants.
Here’s another royal that has the extra digits – Oprah!
Clear as a bell and undeniable.
Descendants of the giants occupy the positions of highest wealth, fame, and power, just as their giant forebears once occupied lands of the human predecessors before them. They are hybrids – part human, and part something else – something that is definitely alien to the humans on planet earth. They have inherited in their blood the infamous characteristics of the giants, as discussed above. Those high positions are reserved for them, and them alone. As George Carlin once said about this reality: It’s a big club, and you ain’t in it!
And to them it’s just a great big joke – a joke that’s on you. Mel Brooks revealed this fact in typical malevolent Hollywood fashion by attaching a prosthetic sixth finger to his left hand when he “sank his hands and feet into cement in front of the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Monday — a ritual followed by decades of movie legends.” Oh yeah, it’s a ritual alright. A ritual of mockery. They know what it means, but no one else does. Buahahaha – real funny.
So beware the six fingered hand, and add on to that the six toed foot. For those that display those signs are not your friend. They are your mortal enemy, and have been at war with mankind since the dawn of time.
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