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Nephilim (fallen ones, violent ones, causing to fall) were the result of the B'nai Elohim mating with exceptionally beautiful human females. Lead by the angel Shemhazai, the rogue sect of Elohim taught righteousness for centuries, but the Nephilim consumed all resources and eventually resorted to devouring others. Gabriel and Enoch were sent to stop the wickedness of the Nephilim and deliver divine judgment, leading to the great flood that destroyed the antediluvian lands and kingdoms of the Nephilim. The angels also attack and destroy the Nephilim and their offspring, the Elioud/Eljo. The remaining Nephilim are stricken mute with grief and terror, and are left to watch history unfold until Judgment Day.
The Nephilim studied and taught Astrology, leaving a great stone studied by Kainam, grandson of Noah. Rapha was a prominent Nephilim whose offspring included the Anakites, Emites, Rephaites, King Og of Bashan, Goliath of Gath and his four brothers, Ishbibenob, Saph, and an unnamed giant with six fingers and toes. Many of the bloodlines in the Caananite genocide included traces of Nephilim blood, including the Capthorites and Avites, Amorites, Hittites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites. Disembodied Nephilim are the origin of demons. The city Hebron was built by the Nephilim Arba, naming the city Kiriath Arba; Arba was known as the greatest of the Anakites.
- Gibborim, the giant heroes, champions, mighty men
- Anakim, the long-necks, Sons of Anak, the nomad Caananite clan of Nephilim seen by the spies of Joshua. Dwell south of Palestine in Hebron, and inhabited land east of the Jordan river now known as Moab and Edom.
- Awwim, the devastators or serpents
- Philistines, some Nephilim lived among the Philistines during the time of David
- Rephaim/Rephaites, the deceased, the shades, weakeners, the dead ones, the descendants of the Nephilim. Inhabited Tel es-Safi located in southern Israel.
- Emim/Emin/Emites, the terrors, the terrible ones, warlike tribe of ancient Caananites
- Zuzim/Zamzummim/Zuzites/Zamzummites, the roving creatures
The biblical Goliath was a Rephaim, and giant in Hebrew is repha. This theme of giants is a constant one. Cave paintings found in places like Japan, South America, and the Sahara Desert, depict giant people with round heads towering over human hunters. Bones of giant people betwe4en 8 and 12 feet tall have been found in mounds in Minnesota and other locations. The Delaware Indians speak of a race of giants who once lived east of the Mississippi in enormous cities and the same descriptions of giants in ancient legends and lore can be found everywhere. Scores of giant red-haired mummies were discovered in a cave near Lovelock in Nevaa and some were seven feet tall. The Piute Indian include tales of red-haired giants who acted like vampires, and the giant Nefilim were associated with cannibalism and blood drinking - just like the Illuminati bloodlines are today. Most accounts say that these giants were unfriendly, even hostile, to the rest of the population. Often associated with these giants were unfriendly, even craft that sound very much like the 'flying saucers' of modern UFO accounts. Genesis tells us that the sons of the gods married the daughters of men before the flood, as well as afterwards and Numbers calls the Nehilim, the sons of Anak, or descendants of the Anakim (Annunnaki)
There are different ‘orders’ of Nephilim.
Rephaim -raphah; a giant, dead, healers [Strong's ref. 7497, 7496] Anakim – anaqiy; a desc. Of Anak, to choke, necklace [Strong's ref. 6062, '60,59]
Emim – eymiym; terrors, fright, horror, fear [Strong's ref. 367, '8]
Zuzim – zuziym; a wild beast [Strong's ref. 2104, '23]
Zamzumim – zamzom; intriguing, to plan, devise evil [Strong's ref. 2157,61]
Horim - choriy; cave dweller, troglodyte [Strong's ref. 2752]
Zophim - tsophiym; watchers, to observe, to wait for [Strong's ref. 6839, '22]
Caphtorim - kaphtoriy; to encircle, origin of the philistines [Strong's ref. 3732, '31,30]
Gammadim - gammad; a warrior, to grasp, [Strong's ref. 1575, '74]
Seirim - sayir;devil, satyr, he-goat, hairy [Strong's ref. 8163]
Shedim - shed; a devil, demon, insolence, waste [strong's ref. 7700, '36]
Nephillim - nephiyl; a giant, feller, cast down, be judged,fugitive, thrown down, fallen, an abortion [Strong's ref. 5303, '07]
Amorite -sayer, speak, word [Strong's ref. 567, 559] The Amorites by intermarriage with the Rephaim were in “height like that of the cedars and strong as the oaks” (Amo_2:9). Amo 2:9 Yet destroyed I the Amorite before them, whose height was like the height of the cedars, and he was strong as the oaks; yet I destroyed his fruit from above, and his roots from beneath.
In Hinduism, the giants are called Daityas. The Daityas (दैत्य) were the children of Diti and the sage Kashyapa who fought against the gods or Devas because they were jealous of their Deva half-brothers. Since Daityas were a power-seeking race, they sometimes allied with other races having similar ideology namely Danavas and Asuras. Daityas along with Danavas and Asuras are sometimes called Rakshasas, the generic term for a demon in Hindu mythology. Some known Daityas include Hiranyakashipu and Hiranyaksha. The main antagonist of the Hindu epic Ramayana, Ravana was a Brahmin from his father side and a Daitya from his mother side. His younger brother Kumbhakarna was said to be as tall as a mountain and was quite good natured. Hercules faces the giant Antaios in this illustration on a calix krater, c. 515–510 BC.
In Greek mythology the gigantes (γίγαντες) were (according to the poet Hesiod) the children of Uranos (Ουρανός) and Gaea (Γαία) (The Heaven and the Earth). They were involved in a conflict with the Olympian gods called the Gigantomachy (Γιγαντομαχία), which was eventually settled when the hero Heracles decided to help the Olympians. The Greeks believed some of them, like Enceladus, to lay buried from that time under the earth, and that their tormented quivers resulted in earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Herodotus in Book 1, Chapter 68, describes how the Spartans uncovered in Tegea the body of Orestes which was seven cubits long — around 10 feet. In his book The Comparison of Romulus with Theseus Plutarch describes how the Athenians uncovered the body of Theseus, which was of more than ordinary size. The kneecaps of Ajax were exactly the size of a discus for the boy’s pentathlon, wrote Pausanias. A boy’s discus was about twelve centimeters in diameter, while a normal adult patella is around five centimeters, suggesting Ajax may have been around 14 feet (~4.3 meters) tall.
In Norse mythology, the giants (jötnar in Old Norse, a cognate with ettin) are often opposed to the gods. They come in different classes, such as frost giants (hrímþursar), fire giants (eldjötnar), and mountain giants (bergrisar). Jotun are different from other giants, that they usually aren’t taller than most humans. The English, in lacking a proper word to describe such creatures, made use of the Greek derivative ‘giants’; in a similar fashion, ogres are called trolls(pl. trolde) in Danish.
The giants are the origin of most of various monsters in Norse mythology (e.g. the Fenrisulfr), and in the eventual battle of Ragnarök the giants will storm Asgard and defeat them in war. Even so, the gods themselves were related to the giants by many marriages, and there are giants such as Ægir, Loki, Mímir and Skaði, who bear little difference in status to them.
Norse mythology also holds that the entire world of men was once created from the flesh of Ymir, a giant of cosmic proportions, which name is considered by some to share a root with the name Yama of Indo-Iranian mythology.
A bergrisi appears as a supporter on the coat of arms of Iceland.
Folklore In folklore from all over Europe, giants were believed to have built the remains of previous civilizations. Saxo Grammaticus, for example, argues that giants had to exist, because nothing else would explain the large walls, stone monuments, and statues that we now know were the remains of Roman construction. Similarly, the Old English poem Seafarer speaks of the high stone walls that were the work of giants. Even natural geologic features such as the massive basalt columns of the Giant’s Causeway on the coast of Northern Ireland were attributed to construction by giants. Giants provided the least complicated explanation for such artifacts.
In Basque mythology, giants appear as jentilak and mairuak (Moors), and were said to have raised the dolmens and menhirs. After Christianization, they were driven away, and the only remaining one is Olentzero, a coalmaker that brings gifts on Christmas Eve.
Medieval romances such as Amadis de Gaul feature giants as antagonists, or, rarely, as allies. This is parodied famously in Cervantes’ Don Quixote, when the title character attacks a windmill, believing it to be a giant. This is the source of the phrase tilting at windmills.
Tales of combat with giants were a common feature in the folklore of Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Celtic giants also figure in Breton and Arthurian romances, and from this source they spread into the heroic tales of Torquato Tasso, Ludovico Ariosto, and their follower Edmund Spenser. In the small Scottish village of Kinloch Rannoch, a local myth to this effect concerns a local hill that apparently resembles the head, shoulders, and torso of a man, and has therefore been termed ‘the sleeping giant’. Apparently the giant will awaken only if a specific musical instrument is played near the hill.
Many giants in British folklore were noted for their stupidity. A giant who had quarreled with the Mayor of Shrewsbury went to bury the city with dirt; however, he met a shoemaker, carrying shoes to repair, and the shoemaker convinced the giant that he had worn out all the shoes coming from Shrewsbury, and so it was too far to travel.
Other British stories told of how giants threw stones at each other. This was used to explain many great stones on the landscape.
Giants figure in a great many fairy tales and folklore stories, such as Jack and the Beanstalk, The Giant Who Had No Heart in His Body, Nix Nought Nothing, Robin Hood and the Prince of Aragon, Young Ronald, and Paul Bunyan. Ogres and trolls are humanoid creatures, sometimes of gigantic stature, that occur in various sorts of European folklore. An example of another folklore giant is Rübezahl, a kind giant in German folklore who lived in the Giant Mountains (nowadays on the Czech-Polish border).
Giants in the West
Aside from mythology and folklore (see Tall tales), remains of giants have been claimed to have been found in America. Giants are usually classified as human-like remains that are 7′ 5″ (2.26 meters) or more in height. The book Forbidden Land by Robert Lyman (1971) recounts the following alleged finds:
- A decayed human skeleton claimed by eyewitnesses to measure around 3.28 metres (10 feet 9 inches tall), was unearthed by labourers while ploughing a vineyard in November 1856 in East Wheeling, now in West Virginia.
- A human skeleton measuring 3.6 metres (12 feet) tall was unearthed at Lompock Rancho, California, in 1833 by soldiers digging in a pit for a powder magazine. The specimen had a double row of teeth and was surrounded by numerous stone axes, carved shells and porphyry blocks with abstruse symbols associated with it.
- Several mummified remains of humans with reddish hair claimed to range from 2-2.5 metres (6.5 feet to over 8 feet) tall were dug up at Lovelock Cave, (70 miles) north-east of Reno, Nevada, by a guano mining operation. These bones supposedly substantiated claims for legends by the local Paiute Indians regarding giants which they called Si-Te-Cah. However, there appear to be no verified Paiute legends about giants or that call the Si-Te-Cah giants . Some of these artifacts can also be found in the Nevada State Historical Society’s museum at Reno. Adrienne Mayor states that these skeletons are normal sized. She also points out that hair pigment does not stay stable after death, and that ancient very dark hair can turn rusty red or orange due to a variety of conditions such as soil condition, temperature, etc.
- A 9′ 11″ (3.02 meters) skeleton was unearthed in 1928 by a farmer digging a pit to bury trash in Tensas Parish, Louisiana near Waterproof. In 1931 a 10′ 2″ (3.1 meters) skeleton was unearthed by a boy burying his dog in 1933 in Nearby Madison Parish.
Aside from in Forbidden Land, we can find other unverified examples or legends about the remains of giants:
- A 9′ 8″ (2.95 meters) skeleton was excavated from a mound near Brewersville, Indiana in 1879 (Indianapolis News, November 10, 1975).
- In Clearwater, Minnesota, the skeletons of seven giants were found in mounds. These had receding foreheads and complete double dentition
- A mound near Toledo, Ohio, held 20 skeletons, seated and facing east with jaws and teeth “twice as large as those of present day people”, and beside each was a large bowl with “curiously wrought hieroglyphic figures.” (Chicago Record, October 24, 1895; cited by Ron G. Dobbins, NEARA Journal, v13, fall 1978).
- Near the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario there is a span of mountains five miles long that is in the shape of a man wearing a headdress lying down on his back. The span is called “The Sleeping Giant” from local Ojibway legend that identifies the giant as Nanabijou, the spirit of the Deep Sea Water, who was turned to stone when the secret location of a rich silver mine, now known as Silver Islet, was disclosed to white men. 
- Patagons of Patagonia in South America, are giants claimed to have been seen by Ferdinand Magellan and his crew. Drake reported only finding people of ‘mean stature’ although his Chaplain reported giants. However, even before Magellan, a Spanish romance called Primaleón of Greece was published in 1512 in which a dashing explorer discovers savages, one named Patagon, whose descriptions are very similar to those of Magellan.
Names/Races of Giants
- Daitya (Sanskrit)
- Gigantes (Greek)
- Titans (Greek)
- Cyclopes/Cyclops (Greek)
- Upelleru (Middle Eastern)
- Azrail (Armenian)
- Anakim (Hebrew)
- Enim (Hebrew)
- Rephaim (Hebrew)
- Zamzummim (Hebrew)
- Nephilim (Hebrew)
- Gog (Hebrew/British)
- Magog (Hebrew/British)
- Jake (Bruns)
- Goliath of Gath (Hebrew)
- Og of Bashan (Hebrew)
- Fomorians (Celtic)
- Wrnach (Welsh)
- Bendigeidfran (Welsh)
- Jotuns (Norse/Teutonic)
- Frost Giants (Norse/Teutonic)
- Fire Giants (Norse/Teutonic)
- Earth Giants (Norse/Teutonic)
- Ice Giants (Finnish)
- Yak (Thai)
- Puntan (Micronesia)
- Albadan (Spanish)
- Famangomadan (Spanish)
- Dehotgohsgayeh (Iroquois)
- Gedegwsets (Coos)
- Inugpasugssuk (Netslik)
- Kiwahkw (Maliseet)
- Yeitso (Navajo)
- Nunhyunuwi (Cherokee)
- Si-Te-Cah (Paiute)
- Dzoo-Noo-Qua (Kwakiutl)
- Nahgane (Slavey)
- Chahnameed (Pequot)
- Paul Bunyan (USA)
- Hewiixi/hewietari (Huichol)
- Cawr (Welsh)
- Kaour (Breton)
- Dasa Maha Yodayo (Sri Lanka)
- Gotaimbara (Sri Lanka)
- Mahasena (Sri Lanka)
- Higante also Kapre (Talgalog) and Agta (Visayan) (Philippines)
- Kæmpe (Danish)
- Jättar (Swedish)
Steve Quayle’s website is a great source of the history of giants
Enoch 8:1-3 And Azazel taught men to make swords, and knives, and shields, and breastplates, and made known to them the metals of the earth and the art of working them, and bracelets, and ornaments, and the use of antimony, and the beautifying of the eyelids, and all kinds of costly stones, and all colouring tinctures. And there arose much godlessness, and they committed fornication, and they were led astray, and became corrupt in all their ways. Semjaza taught enchantments, and root-cuttings, 'Armaros the resolving of enchantments, Baraqijal (taught) astrology, Kokabel the constellations, Ezeqeel the knowledge of the clouds, Araqiel the signs of the earth, Shamsiel the signs of the sun, and Sariel the course of the moon. And as men perished, they cried, and their cry went up to heaven.
The two main groups of Nephilim are the Antediluvian Nephilim and the post-flood Nephilim. Both groups conducted genetic experiments on man, but the post-flood Nephilim continued even after being told not to by God. The Nephilim have since allied themselves with light and dark factions including the Annunaki and Orion.
The Nephilim joined the The “Archangel Michael" Nephite-Nephilim-Necromiton Annunaki-hybrid collective of Orion, Alpha-Centauri, Sirius A and Andromeda.
The Nephilim were a race of giants who were aligned with a race of pre-Scandanavians who lived on a huge island in the middle of a sea in what is now the Gobi desert. They waged a fierce war with the reptoids of Antarctica. There is a tradition in Malaysia in the Carolinas, especially Papua, saying a race of human giants from the lost island of Chamat will one day return from underground. Chamat is the island from the Gobi desert. 
The Nephilim were seeded on the planet D'Ankhiar and lived on the planet Dorlaqua in the Orion system, then brought to earth in 9046 BC. On Dorlaqua they were kidnapped, reprogrammed and retrained by Reptilians to come to Earth for the purpose of genetic experiments twelve to fourteen thousand years ago and six to seven thousand years ago in an era spanning fifteen to eighteen hundred years. The Nephilim have visited Earth five times in the past, and currently reside in Orion. They are the enforcers of the grays and Reptilians, using stun guns to subdue enemies, and are arriving in three ships housing 12 million each.
The Nephilim became a high order of angels known as Watchers, guarding the doorway from the physical realm to the ethereal realm by escorting souls. The evil Watchers dwell in the third Heaven, while the good Watchers dwell in the fifth Heaven. The Watchers are associated with the four elements and are also known as Guardians or Keepers of the Ancient Wisdom.