'Nephilim' Chapter

Nephilim

Descendents of the elders. Their relationship to human spirituality has always been a complicated one, if not automatically adverse. These are the people who the ancient Hebrews called the nephilim. Being hybrid humans, they are a part of the human process, but they do participate in the human process in a different context. They tend to struggle with what you might call syntax errors. They do and don’t know what they are doing.

The nephilim respond to humans the way humans respond to themselves. They are like living spiritual amplifiers. They are the deeply resentful young person, or the hopeful shining youth.

“There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bore children to them.” Anonymous, Holy Bible: King James Version

Descendents Of The Elders

I am touching specifically on the nephilim. That’s a Hebrew word, but the phenomenon I will be discussing is not strictly of Hebrew origin. All across human legend there are stories of human beings born of something other than normal… Seek More

Nephilim Behaviour

The nephilim bear the race memory of their elders, but otherwise show strong human inclinations as well, and tend to go to extremes of behaviour in each of their lives. How would one spot one of the nephilim among us?… Seek More

Hybrid Humans

The nephilim who want to get involved with humanity, do they have a specific objective they’re trying to evolve humanity towards? The nephilim have no choice but to be involved. Being hybrid humans, they are a part of the human… Seek More

Nephilim Crisis

The nephilim crisis is this. The nephilim respond to humans the way humans respond to themselves. The more primarily humans see themselves as monsters, the more the nephilim will emphasize the monster image. They are like living spiritual amplifiers. If… Seek More

Gift Of Science

The age of reason must have been a major slip in the view of the elders? The age of reason is known as the age of hubris on that side. Some of the more blunt elders don’t call the age… Seek More