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Children of Fallen Angels in World Mythology

Reptilian Nephilim humanoids – Children of Fallen Angels in World Mythology:  Male Nephilim Boreas (Aquilon to the Romans): the Greek god of the cold north wind, described by Pausanias as a winged man with serpents instead of legs. Cecrops I: the mythical first King of Athens was half man, half snake Dragon Kings: creatures from […]

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Definition of Fallen Angels

Fallen Angels are said to be a concept developed in Jewish mythology from an interpretation of the Book of Enoch. However, the concept of fallen angels is mainly a Christian concept not Jewish. First, the Bible and ancient texts agree as to the fact that some angels are fallen or rejected by God. A good […]

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Giants of Myth

Nephilim are called by many names, but all are the children of Fallen Angels Sometimes they are known as the Giants. They appear in the myths of many diverse cultures, and folklore. Fathered by Fallen Angels they appear in the myths of many diverse cultures, and folklore, sometimes passing themselves off as beings that came […]

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The Days of Noah were the Days of the Nephilim: Genesis Sixth Chapter

The Days of Noah And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them, That the sons of God (Benei HaʼElōhīm) saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose. And the LORD […]

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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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