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Who Are the Nephilim?

In a Persian text known as the Urm al-Khibab or The Primordial Book , dating from the 8 th century CE, the angel Azazil or Azazel is said to have refused to acknowledge the superiority of Adam over the angels.

Fallen angel

As a result Allah expelled him and his rebel angels from the heavenly realm to live on Earth. More generally in Islamic lore Azazel or Azrael is the angel of death and he acts as a guide for the souls of the dead. By this ritually symbolic act he transferred to the unfortunate animal all their guilt and sins so they could be absolved of them.

The goat was then either cast out into the wilderness to die or thrown over a cliff to be dashed to pieces on the rocks below. This ancient and archetypal concept of the scapegoat sacrificed for the sins of the human race and abandoned in the wilderness is a powerful and potent motif that appears several times in biblical myths.

The Fallen Angels Instruct Humanity

Also after their exodus from slavery in Egypt, Moses and the Israelites were forced to spend forty years wandering in the desert before they were allowed to enter the Promised Land Canaan. In Ancient Egyptian mythology, the dark god Set is represented as a divine outcast who dwells in the desert and, after she left Adam, his first wife Lilith or Liliya fled to the wilderness away from human habitation.

In the New Testament Jesus wandered in the wilderness for forty days and nights. He was not accepted as a teacher in his own town of Nazareth and was rejected as the promised messiah by his people. When Jesus was crucified he symbolically took on the role of the sacrificial scapegoat who dies to cleanse the sins of the human race. It is possible that the account of the ritual of the goat-god Azazel may have been an autumn equinox or harvest rite of Syrian, Hittite or Canaanite origin adopted by the Hebrews. Originally a goat would have been selected by means of a divination ritual and then offered to a desert god or demon that had to be placated by the shedding of blood.

Eventually the sacrifice was made to Yahweh as a petition to forgive the sins of his followers. It cannot be a total coincidence that the Church imagined the Devil or Satan in the form of a hairy half-human he-goat with a massive erect phallus who had sexual intercourse with his female worshippers at the Witches Sabbath. Shemyaza is seen by some modern Luciferians as either the emissary of Lumiel or one of his avatars an incarnated divine being in human form. He not only fell in love with human women, but also with the Babylonian deity Ishtar, the goddess of love and war.

She promised to have sex with him if he would in return reveal to her the secret name of God. When Shemyaza told her, Ishtar used this forbidden knowledge to ascend to the stars and she reigned over the constellation of Pleiades or the Seven Sisters. While the other Watchers were rounded up by the archangels and punished by God, Shemyaza voluntarily repented his error and sentenced himself to hang upside down in the constellation of Orion the Hunter, with whom he is sometimes identified in the Luciferian tradition.

In the Qabalistic tradition, Naamah, the sister of the biblical first smith Tubal-Cain, seduced Azazel and she has been associated with Ishtar. They slaughtered animals for food instead and then began to hunt down and eat human prey. It has been speculated that this legend is based on the culinary habits of the nomadic desert herdsmen in the Middle East, who were voracious meat-eaters. In the biblical myth of Cain and Abel the dispute between the two brothers that led to the first murder is over the nature of the offerings made to Yahweh.

On a purely material level, as opposed to a mythic and spiritual metaphor, this story may reflect the struggle for dominance between nomadic herdsmen and the early farmers of the Neolithic Age in the Middle East. The idea of semi-divine heroes was born from the ancient myths of unions between the Gods and mortals. In modern theosophical occultism there are legends about the lost continent of Atlantis that claim its scientists bred half-human, half-animal hybrids as a slave race.

In our own time scientists are experimenting with genetic research and animal cloning experiments.


  1. Notes on the Demi-gods of Genesis 6.
  2. Beyond Island Blue.
  3. Adam Spears!
  4. Azazel – Lucifer – Lumiel;
  5. Devils and Demons and the Return of the Nephilim.
  6. Kundrecensioner?
  7. Cryptic Shadows on Delicious.

It is widely rumoured that in China there have recently been abortive attempts to create a new half-human, half-animal hybrid species. These unnatural experiments led to the cataclysmic disaster that destroyed Atlantis. This also relates to the destruction of the Nephilim and the early human race in the biblical Flood. Records of such an event can also be found in the mythology of ancient peoples worldwide and especially among the Babylonians in the Middle East. In fact, it is claimed that the story of Noah and the Flood in the Old Testament originated in Babylonian and Sumerian myths.

It is known that around 10, BCE there seems to have been a cultural explosion that transformed early humankind. At the end of the last Ice Age the first signs of agriculture appeared in the Middle East with a shift from a nomadic hunter-gatherer lifestyle to that of settled farming. This marked the beginning of civilisation in this area. As early as BCE barley, wheat and rye were being cultivated and oats, peas and lentils were being grown by our Neolithic ancestors in what is now modern Kurdistan, between Turkey and Iraq.

At the same time dogs, goats and sheep were also domesticated. Within a thousand years copper and lead smelting was being practised in Anatolia modern Turkey and archaeologists believe this process was first discovered in Kurdistan, along with weaving and pottery making. The ancient Kurdish culture was also the first to develop a script and was one of the earliest literate societies in the Middle East. In some parts of Kurdistan, especially among the sect of Yezedis, who worship the Peacock Angel Azazel, the leader of the fallen angels , can be found tall, fair-haired people with blue eyes.

The early indigenous people of the region, the Sumerians and Akkadians, developed the first written language, studied astronomy and created libraries. The Babylonians and Assyrians followed them and in the mythology of all these races are stories of how the Gods descended to Earth and taught them the arts of civilisation. In the Book of Enoch it says that when Yahweh saw the lawlessness, chaos, corruption and sexual immorality that had been caused by the interaction of the Watchers and humans he decided to intervene through the agency of the archangels Michael, Raphael, Gabriel and Uriel.

He commanded Raphael to bind Azazel hand and foot like a sacrificial goat and cast him into a deep ravine in the desert.

Notes on the Demi-gods of Genesis 6

As we have seen, the fallen angel repented his sins and sentenced himself to cosmic exile among the stars. This race of ancient magicians descended to Earth on the sacred hill of Tara in prehistoric Ireland. There has always been a strong belief among the peasantry in Ireland that the Good People or faeries were originally the fallen angels who sided with Lucifer in the Battle of Heaven.

In this article we have constantly referred to the Watchers as angelic beings with a spiritual form who incarnated in physical bodies to have sexual relations with mortal women. In recent years a considerable amount of speculative literature has been published suggesting that instead they were of earthly origin.

Lawson has claimed that this unknown ancient race may have been spiritually advanced souls who incarnated to help early humankind and were corrupted by them in the process. Collins has also recently launched a new project to investigate the magical aspects of the legend. What is the esoteric significance behind the myth of the fallen angels, the expulsion of Lucifer from Heaven and the Fall of Man as represented by the Garden of Eden saga?

In the Bible Lucifer is often depicted in the reptilian form of a dragon or serpent and in the West this creature is symbolic of evil and the powers of chaos.

Babylonian, Hittite, Canaanite, Iranian, Egyptian, Greek and Norse myths all describe in various forms a struggle between a supreme father-god, representing cosmic order and harmony, and a younger rebellious god who challenges and tries to overthrow divine authority. Although these conflicts usually take place in a pre-human epoch, they are also sometimes depicted as occurring in world history and are often connected with the creation and early development of the human species and the rise of ancient civilisations.

Symbolically, Lucifer or Lumiel is known as the Lord of Light as he is the first-born of creation. He represents the active cosmic energy of the universe and has been identified with fire, light, phallic power, independent thought, consciousness, progress, liberty and independence. In the Bible Lucifer or Satan as he is mistakenly called is often depicted in reptilian form as either a dragon or a serpent.

In Western mythologies this creature is commonly misrepresented as a symbol of the powers of darkness, chaos and evil. In contrast, in Eastern mythology the dragon is a good omen representing fertility and good fortune. Lumiel-Lucifer is often identified with the serpent in the Edenic myth described in Genesis. In the Luciferian tradition, the biblical serpent is regarded as the personification of knowledge, wisdom and enlightenment who liberated the first humans from the spiritual ignorance imposed on them by Yahweh.

The serpent is seen as the symbol of an outside liberating force that quite literally opened the eyes of Adam and Eve to the reality of the created universe and the wonders of the material world. The snake, serpent or dragon is an ancient mythical and archetypal image of the solar phallic power or life force that is associated with Lucifer and the explosion of light following the divine celestial event that created the universe known by modern scientists as the Big Bang.

When the first man and woman ate the forbidden fruit from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil in the astral or heavenly garden, they became consciously aware.

Who Are the Nephilim?

They also ate from the Tree of Life which initiated the cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth and of human souls incarnating in physical form. Interestingly, the anthropologist and shamanic teacher Dr. Michael Harner has described an experience he had in the jungle of the Peruvian Amazon after partaking of the hallucinogenic vine ayahuasca.

He had a vision of a dragon-prowed ship with a crew of bird-headed humans. He then encountered an ancient race of reptilian entities that he believes exist within each human being in the brain stem at the base of the skull and the top of the spinal column.

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John Klein Adam Spears

When the flood was over, Elohim brought Lutudra also known as Waicalanavanua dissolved land back down to earth to the nearest island to that submerged Vuniivilevu landmass. And told him,mo Tu riki eke,.. The Nephilims answered, ,we came from Vunilagi. Vunilagi is the Fijian term for,.. Nephilim is a plural.

The Book of Enoch - Entire Book, R. H. Charles Version (Synchronized Text)

If we break it down into its singular form. It says npl or nepel. As in Psalm 58 vs 8, Exodus 23 vs 26,Ezekiel 16 vs 4 to 6,7,8,9. It says Miscarriage. Now, there would be no other region on earth where these after the flood nephilim re-appeared than the Edenic region. If we look at the Biblical Eden story in all aspects. Isaiah 51vs 3 says Eden is in the wilderness. Psalm 50 vs 1 says that Adonai Elohim called the earth from where the sunrises n sets. From there we could sense that that Garden is located in the Oceanic wilderness of the east where the Sunrises n Sets.

Fiji Isnds is the only country in the Oceanic wilderness of the east that have the meridian runs on. I read so many post here that suggest that Angels are incapable of mating with humans, or have a spirit that is more Godly than humans and therefore would never behave like humans. Remember that Satan once served God and then rebelled against Him.

Not only did Satan rebel, but he convinced a full third of the host of Heaven to deny their creator and wage war against God. Just because there is no marriage or giving in marriage in Heaven, does not mean that the capacity is lacking.

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