Google Earth uncovers ‘giant skull’ poking out of Antarctica ice in bizarre clip

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The bizarre clip claims to show a giant 24ft skull


An eagle-eyed Google Earth user has bizarrely claimed to have found a “giant skull” in Antarctica.

The clip, which was uploaded to YouTube, seemed to reveal the bizarre skull measuring 24feet laying on top of the ice.

In the video, a dark plot of mountainous ice is seen.

On the lower right-hand side of the cold object, a mysterious white blur is seen.

As the conspiracist zooms in the object begins to form into the shape of a giant skull.

The conspiracist claimed the skull belonged to the Nephilim.

According to Genesis 6:1-4, the Nephilim were the offspring of the “sons of God” and the “daughters of men” before the Deluge flood.

The bizarre clip claims to show a giant 24ft skull

YouTube conspiracist Florida Maquis said: “Some of these images, I have spent hours and hours and hours finding.

“I go days without finding anything but once in a while, you come across something like this.

“This unmistakable shape of a giant skull just laying on the ice and it makes it all worth it and then I can share it with you guys.”

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“It makes you think how big this individual would have been.”

“Very near it, it looks like it could possibly be a rib cage or a spine.

“I’m not sure exactly if this is just a grave that has been disturbed.

“Whatever it is, it’s a giant opening in the ice, a giant field that has collapsed.

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“There are so many things in this that are inexplicable.”

More than 8,000 people have since watched the bizarre clip.

One person said: “This is wild.”

A second added: “Once you have seen it you cannot unsee it. It’s time to keep on passing the knowledge on so everyone can go and see for themselves.”

While a third said: “This is the best video I’ve ever seen.”

Not all believed the conspiracy clip, however, one person simply added: “I’m never impressed by fuzzy images, it’s all silly to me.”



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