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GIANTS AS DESCRIBED BY RABBINIC LITERATURE

Giants in the Hebrew text are described as those “who ruined the world” (by their violence, (Enoch vii. 3, 4). These giants are descended from the fallen angels and the daughters of Adam. They comprise three classes: the original giants, who begot the Nephilim, to whom in turn, were born the Elouid (Book of Enoch, […]

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King Og

King Og of Bashan his Genealogy In the book of Deuteronomy, the Rephaim are identified as exceedingly tall, Giants. Deuteronomy 1.28 relates that there were Giants who were resident in the area, called Anakim, who lived there before the Israelite conquest, and who were discovered by the Israelite spies sent by Moses to scout out […]

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ANCIENT EVIDENCE OF UNION OF ANGELS AND MORTAL WOMAN

ANCIENT EVIDENCE OF UNION OF ANGELS AND MORTAL WOMAN In the “Catalog of Woman” (Koenen, “Grecce, the Near East, and Egypt: Cyclic Destruction in Hesiod and the Catalog of Woman,” 1994) a work of the sixth century BC, although possibly earlier begins with an invocation: “Sing now tribe of woman..who unfastened their waistbands in union […]

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Ancient Cave Paintings of Nephilim and Fallen Angels

Cave paintings of Nephilim children of Fallen Angels and the Daughters of Adam   Why did ancient-man need to live in caves? Were they afraid of their world? Their observations of the world outside was left to us in the paintings of their caves from the many genetic-monstrosities created by the fallen angels mating with […]

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GILGAL REPHAIM, CIRCLE OF OG KING OF BASHAN

GILGAL REPHAIM, CIRCLE OF OG KING OF BASHAN   Also, known as the Circle of the Refaim. The Circle of the Refaim consists of five concentric stone rings whose diameter is 155 meters. The best preserved of the rings is the outermost, whose height reaches 2 meters. Some of the stones used to create the […]

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