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How tall were Achilles, Ajax, and Orestes? The heroes (Nephilim) of Greek Mythology?

In his work Heroikos, (“On Heroes”, ca. AD 230), Philostratus the Lemnian  addresses the general belief that ancient heroes averaged more than 12 feet – in height. Philostratus mentions, as an empirical evidence for giant heroes, the findings of enormous bones in the places where the heroes’ tombs were traditionally assumed to lie. On the basis […]

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Giants Fathered by Fallen Angels

GREEK – GEGENES IMPLYS “EARTH BORN” – SEPTUAGINT FOR GIANT: NEPHILIM Besides apocryphal, pseudepigraphic, and Jewish traditions related to the legend of the Watchers and the “mighty men” born of their union with humans, mythologized accounts tell stories of “gods” using humans to produce heroes or demigods (half-gods). When the ancient Greek version of the […]

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