Approximately 50 years ago, a remarkable discovery was made – the “Book of the Giants.” This book contained a series of stories about a character named Mani and his journey through the land of the Giants.
The book was highly popular among the Manikins, and according to sources, it served as both an entertaining bedtime story and a cautionary tale for believers at the time. But before delving into the contents of the story, let’s take a step back.
The story revolves around the Giants, a powerful and dangerous race of deities who would stop at nothing to destroy anything in their path. They were born from the unholy union between God and mortal women, and due to their unique nature, they resorted to attacking and destroying everything they encountered, even resorting to cannibalism to assert their dominance.
Upon learning of the Giants’ actions, Enoch took it upon himself to bring them to justice. The book is somewhat vague on what ultimately happened to the Giants, leaving it up to interpretation as to whether they still exist today or if the tale is merely a religious fable warning against disobedience.
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