Heather Arnold, a graduate of Syracuse University, had a 15 year career in the television industry in Los Angeles and Manhattan. After leaving the industry to pursue a career in pharmaceutical sales, she was given the opportunity to move from Manhattan to the Caribbean island of Aruba to start her own tour company. Heather's quest to provide historically accurate tours for her clients led her down a path of research shrouded by mystery and intrigue. Through extensive investigations, field expeditions, explorations, and interviews, Heather determined that the true, rich history of the islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao, had been systematically repressed, and vehemently denied.
Looking on old maps, Heather noticed the islands' original names were not as they are today, but were instead called, "The Islands of the Giants", and named after the giant race of people with elongated skulls who inhabited them. After 8 years of exhaustive study, translation, and interpretation of many scientific research papers, peer-reviewed journal articles, and field notes, it can be shown that the existence of the Giants is real, and their story is just now beginning to unfold.
Not only were these Giants, part of an elite, matriarchal ruling class, but they were a far more advanced people than those of the surrounding populations. The Giants utilized ley lines, built massive megalithic monuments which still exist today, charted celestial events, and worshipped the female in the form of the Divine Feminine.
In 2018, the award-winning Aruban historian, Mr. Dufi Kock included in his book, "Historia di Canashito" Heather's research on Giant remains found within an Aruban cave which was later entered into the Aruban National Archives.
Heather has appeared on several podcasts which can be found on YouTube, and is the administrator of the Facebook group, "Stones, Bones, and the Paranormal" and the Facebook page, "The Islands of the Giants." Heather also has been a guest speaker for several conventions and events.
She currently lives in New York joyfully raising her amazing daughter, who is of Aruban descent.,
"The Islands of the Giants: The Lost Race of Giants of Aruba, Curaçao, and Bonaire," will be available next year.
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