S03E02 – Adam Stokes
The Giants Among Us
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Brace yourself for a gigantic conversation on this week’s episode of Lost Origins. That was an awful pun, but the legitimacy of the claim holds true. This week, Andrew and CK are joined by none other than Adam Stokes. Having obtained his B.A. in Religion at Duke University and his Masters of Divinity from Yale Divinity School, Stokes is an expert of theology and religion and a professor at St. Joseph University. He is a regular contributor to Ancient American magazine and the subject matter of his contributions range from ancient American civilizations, the Old Testament and Greco-Roman history, and folklore.
Adam is also an expert within the field of giants within the chronology of human history. In today’s episode, Stokes explains the giant humanoids of ancient America and the significant discoveries of giants remains across North America. He also walks Andrew and CK through the suppression of information and findings by the Smithsonian Institute. Ranging from eight to eighteen feet in height, there exist droves of physical evidence across the globe that Stokes has poured years of research to uncover a mysterious chapter of human history. This is definitely an episode that you do not want to miss.
About the Guest
Adam Oliver Stokes is an expert and professor of theology and religion at St. Joseph University. He obtained his B.A. in Religion at Duke University and his Masters of Divinity from Yale Divinity School. He is a regular contributor to Ancient American magazine and his work ranges from ancient American civilizations, the Old Testament and Greco-Roman history, and folklore.
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