I've known about these giant remains most of my life. I was first introduced to them by Ivan T. Sanderson's book, "Investigating the Unexplained" back in the early 70's. Living in Ohio, I'm more than familiar with the Adena and Hopewell earthworks in Newark, Chillicothe, and throughout central, southern Ohio and southern Indiana. I've visited a number of them and the existence of giants is no secret. It's just not reported in the mainstream press.
Another thing Sanderson mentioned were burial jars containing tiny human remains as well. Basically, the New World's version of African Pygmies. If you can find a copy of the book, you might be impressed at even more things that are in museums and are either deliberately mis-labeled or just flat out misunderstood. Lots of interesting stuff in it. And once you read it and some other "off the wall" historians, you'll have the same deep-seated distrust of museums, curators, and the Establishment that Vieira has.
I don't think everything that gets reported is credible (Check out "Our Hollow Earth" on Google), but I also have a deep skeptical distrust of institutions in general, particularly when they are tied to a political agenda. I'm probably not as jaded as Vieira, but then I don't deal with these folks directly.
I LOVE the stonemasonry.
Not at all sure what to make of the giants. Fascinating possibility, but that amount and type of evidence is also very consistent with a hoax. We have more evidence of mermaids, for example; most of it quite artful.
No matter who built the stone structures, they're still super-impressive. Inspiring.
I believe it! Ive heard of skeletal remains of giants being found off the coast of India a few years back, too. And when thinking about all these monolithic structures of the ancient past, it seem very plausible! Plus, in many spiritual circles it is said that we are only in a transitionary phase in our evolution and that in the next stage we will be becoming giants.
Thinking about the types of foods that would be available in large amounts for a community of giants it makes sense! all the sprouted grains, oats,nuts of the fields- all the coconuts, dates, bananas of the palm trees, sea veggies and mussels, plentiful greens& veggies, the raw milk of the beasts of the land, the fruit all year round in a permaculture/tropical environment. etc. its very possible for giants to sustain themselves!