The Rise and Fall of the Nephilim

The Untold Story of Fallen Angels, Giants on the Earth, and Their Extraterrestrial Origins


Author: Scott Alan Roberts

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

ISBN: 1601636296

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 256

View: 1692

The ancient books of Genesis and Enoch tell us that sprit beings known as the Watchers descended to the Earth, had sex with women, and begat a hybrid race of offspring known as the Nephilim. Such tales are as old as humanity itself. These histories and accounts of visitations and subsequent mixed-blood, alien-human races comprise the bulk of the world's myths, legends, religions, and superstitions. The Rise and Fall of the Nephilim examines: Elohim and the Bene Ha Elohim—God and the Sons of God The Watchers: UFOs, extraterrestrials, angels, infiltrators, and impregnators Biblical and apocryphal sources from Enoch to Moses The role of the Fae, Elves, Elementals, and ancient gods What if the old spiritualities and religions weren’t just legends? What if there was something living and breathing beneath the surface, a tangible interlinking of religious thought and spirituality, science and myth, inter-dimensionality and cold, hard fact? The Nephilim walked among us... and still do today.

Archon Invasion

The Rise, Fall and Return of the Nephilim


Author: Rob Skiba

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9780985098179

Category: History

Page: 366

View: 7313

Who or what is an Archon? What is "The Genesis Six Experiment?" Who were the Nephilim? How did they return both before and after the Flood? What differentiates the days of Noah from the days of Jared? Were there female Nephilim? Could the giants reproduce? Why should we be concerned about the act of mixing animal and human DNA? Why did Jesus say the Last Days would be like the days of Noah? Find out in this information packed book by Rob Skiba!

Fall of the Nephilim

A Blackmoore Prequel


Author: Marcus James

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781981227778


Page: 180

View: 4889

AND THAT CITY BECAME BABYLON, AND BABYLON WAS THE CENTER OF THE WORLD... Los Angeles, 1987. Bodies have been turning up all over the city for months. Broken, bloodied, and mutilated with their hearts and brains missing, while dark entities are stalking the streets of the infamous Sunset Strip, gathering strength for some unknown purpose that seems to center around Kathryn Blackmoore, future matriarch of the Blackmoore dynasty of witches. Seduced and lost in the dark and erotic appeal of the three members of the band Nephilim-whose intoxicating sound is about to be released on the world-Kathryn finds herself more uncertain than ever. Forbidden lust and dangerous pleasure takes Kathryn deep into the truth of these creatures and to the genesis of witches themselves. Fall of the Nephilim is the thrilling and darkly erotic conclusion to Kathryn's journey that began with Rise of the Nephilim, and which sets the path for every Blackmoore to come.

Ascension, Rise of the Fallen


Author: Martin Osbourne

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 1606932438

Category: Fiction

Page: 212

View: 3846

Virgil, a fallen soul sent to walk amongst man, must battle a host of deadly foes. From the lowlife criminals of the under city, a smog choked pit isolated from the more civilized parts of Desolo Angelus, to the deepest circle of Hell, he finds himself drawn into an ancient war that has cast a shadow over his entire existence. Now faced with the most terrifying foes in biblical history, he must not only fight the horrifying Nephilim, but must also battle the sins of his past to assume the title of Godsend. Daunting as his task may seem, he is aided by Raphael, one of the oldest and wisest beings to descend from the heavens, Zophiel, a lesser angel, one with a blistering attitude, and Legion, a horrifying creature sent from the pits of Hell, as well as many other members of the celestial host. But not all is as it seems, and soon Virgil finds friend and foe to be objective terms, as his nemesis becomes his greatest ally, so does his employer, become one of his greatest foes.After fighting Gabriel on the very top of Satan's head in Hell to assume his rightful role in the Oraculum, Virgil finds himself returned to earth, where the Nephilim have already risen and laid waste to the world, destroying most of the things Virgil held dear.He must fight through the riddles of an over educated spider, the ruins of a decimated civilization, and the deceptions of the firstborn to meet his enemy in combat, and return the world to it's rightful place, or perish at the hands of Dante, the embodiment of the apocalypse.

The Secret History of the Reptilians

The Pervasive Presence of the Serpent in Human History, Religion and Alien Mythos


Author: Scott Alan Roberts

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

ISBN: 1601635427

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 224

View: 5975

Where the bloodlines of the Nephilim leave off, the real story just begins. Or does it go back even further than that? The very real probability that non-human intelligences visited and even copulated with primordial humans is detailed in civilization's most ancient cultural and religious records. These historical records further reveal that these intelligences were reptilian in nature—or, at the very least, have been represented throughout human history in reptilian form. From the Serpent, Nawcash, in the Garden of Eden; Atum, the Egyptian snake-man; and Quetzalcotl, the feathered serpent god of the Mayans to the double-helix snake symbol of Enki/Ea in ancient Sumerian literature, the serpent has been the omnipresent link between humans and the gods in every culture. In The Secret History of the Reptilians, Scott Alan Roberts investigates and examines the pervasive presence of the serpent in human history, religion, culture, and politics. Are we the product of an extraterrestrial race that moves and breathes—and even breeds—beneath the surface of all of human history? Put on your thinking cap and take an historical, anthropological, archaeological plunge into the heady waters of extraterrestrial origins.

The Rise and Fall of Civilization

From Creation Through the Flood


Author: David Hocking

Publisher: Multnomah Pub

ISBN: 9780880703086

Category: Religion

Page: 157

View: 2673

A discussion of the Book of Genesis covers the Creation, the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve, the Fall, and the Flood

The Exodus Reality

Unearthing the Real History of Moses, Identifying the Pharaohs, and Examing the Exodus from Egypt


Author: Scott Alan Roberts,John Richard Ward

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

ISBN: 1601635001

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 288

View: 4320

In this groundbreaking work, the authors reexamine humanity’s most enduring account of bondage, emancipation, and freedom. The Great Exodus is the story of how one man, empowered by divine epiphany, brought the mighty ancient kingdom of Egypt to its knees. For thousands of years, this story has bolstered the faithful of three major religions, though little historical data confirms it. So the question must be asked: Did it ever really happen? Roberts, a historian and theologian, and Ward, an archaeologist, Egyptologist, and anthropologist, dig deeply into historical records to answer the most vexing questions: Is there any historical evidence for the biblical account of the Great Exodus? Was Moses a real person? Where is the Biblical Mount Sinai? What is the Ark of the Covenant, and where did it come from? Why did Moses write about the Serpent and the Nephilim? Is there a Templar and Masonic connection to the events and personages in the story? Did the Exodus take place under Amenhotep II or Amenhotep III, two pharaohs of the same royal house separated by two generations and 80-odd years? Or were Thutmoses III, Hatshepsut, and Amenhotep Son of Hapu at the core of the action? The authors present two opposing, yet strangely interlaced historical accounts for the Exodus, naming the historical pharaohs and surprising candidates for the historical Moses. While Roberts presents an account that finds its moorings in the efficacy of scriptural historicity, Ward presents a new and completely unique theory for the Exodus and its cast of characters.

Violence, Utopia and the Kingdom of God

Fantasy and Ideology in the Bible


Author: George Aichele,Tina Pippin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134730489

Category: History

Page: 176

View: 3981

This controversial book explores the presence of the fantastic in Biblical and related texts, and the influence of Biblical traditions on contemporary fantasy writing, cinema, music and art. The contributors apply a variety of critical concepts and methods from the field of fantasy studies, including the theories of Tolkien, Todorov, Rosemary Jackson and Jack Zipes, to Biblical texts and challenge theological suppositions regarding the texts which take refuge in science or historiography. Violence, Utopia and the Kingdom of God presents a provocative and arresting new analysis of Biblical texts which draws on the most recent critical approaches to provide a unique study of the Biblical narrative.

The Transformation of Biblical Proper Names


Author: Joze Krasovec

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 0567452247

Category: Religion

Page: 152

View: 7867

In the transmission we encounter various transformations of biblical proper names. The basic phonetic relationship between Semitic languages on the one hand and non-Semitic languages, like Greek and Latin, on the other hand, is so complex that it was hardly possible to establish a unified tradition in writing biblical proper names within the Greek and Latin cultures. Since the Greek and Latin alphabets are inadequate for transliteration of Semitic languages, authors of Greek and Latin Bibles were utter grammatical and cultural innovators. In Greek and Latin Bibles we note an almost embarrassing number of phonetic variants of proper names. A survey of ancient Greek and Latin Bible translations allows one to trace the boundary between the phonetic transliterations that are justified within Semitic, Greek, and Latin linguistic rules, and those forms that transgress linguistic rules. The forms of biblical proper names are much more stable and consistent in the Hebrew Bible than in Greek, Latin and other ancient Bible translations. The inexhaustible wealth of variant pronunciations of the same proper names in Greek and Latin translations indicate that Greek and Latin translators and copyists were in general not fluent in Hebrew and did therefore not have sufficient support in a living Hebrew phonetic context. This state affects personal names of rare use to a far greater extent than the geographical names, whose forms are expressed in the oral tradition by a larger circle of the population.