The Song(s) of Ozacua

Recent archeological evidence has uncovered a medium that many Giantologists believe was used by the mythical Giants. Some people call it "vinyl records." It's apparently an ancient technology from which we get such terms as "recording" and "record store."

In any case, several "recordings" have been discovered that are being touted as THE Song of Ozacua. Giantologists have recently split along the lines of the dispute that has been developing as to which of the these is the "true" Song of Ozacua. There are now several schools of thought characterizing Giantology, three of which have now been termed the "Arthurian," the "Masonian," and the "Bloody" traditions.

All we can know for sure is that the songs championed fit the historical record (pun intended) and so we offer them here:

The Song of Ozacua, according to
the Arthurian tradition.

The Song of Ozacua, according to
the Masonian tradition.

The Song of Ozacua, according to
the Bloody tradition.

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