I don’t believe in Aliens from outer space but I do believe in fallen angels, it’s in the Bible. And I believe that it’s worth educating ourselves about this. There is a coming great deception, and we need to be aware of it. I have often wondered about a verse in Isaiah, now I have never heard this mentioned with anyone else, but this came immediately to my mind while watching the first video, is this a nugget from a prophet? I don’t know, but it is interesting. About the 6:30 mark on the first video he talks about the ‘tall whites’ Isaiah 18 :1 ‘Woe to the land of whirring wings, along the rivers of Cush which sends envoys by sea in papyrus boats over the water. Go, swift messengers to a people tall and smooth-skinned, to a people feared far and wide, an aggressive nation of strange speech, whose land is divided by rivers.’ Most say this is muslim territory, but they are not tall and smooth skinned people. I just find it strange. Are we going to witness the return of the Nephilim? The return of Satan’s fallen angels? I think they are already here. There’s just too much demonic activity in the world today, to discount this. Someone is pulling the strings with the illuminati, and other societies that are pushing for a New World Order, and all recognize this as satanic in nature, at least those watching do. So look at these 2 videos and search the Bible. You’ll find more info on the fallen angels and the great deception that satan has planned. Again, I’m not exactly sure how all this fits in except to deceive God’s people. We’ll study it together.
This video is titled ‘2 Extratrestials Living and working with the white house. It’s by an ex-FM from Canada.
Steve Quayle & Tom Horn talk about the nephillim in this video:
Info from Wikipedia:
The New American Bible commentary draws a parallel to the Epistle of Jude and the statements set forth in Genesis, suggesting that the Epistle refers implicitly to the paternity of nephilim as heavenly beings who came to earth and had sexual intercourse with women.The footnotes of the Jerusalem Bible suggest that the Biblical author intended the nephilim to be an “anecdote of a superhuman race”.
Some Christian commentators have argued against this view, citing Jesus’ statement that angels do not marry.Others believe that Jesus was only referring to angels in heaven.However, Genesis does not speak of marriage between the women and “the sons of God”.
Evidence cited in favor of the “fallen angels” interpretation includes the fact that the phrase “the sons of God” (Hebrew, בְּנֵי הָֽאֱלֹהִים; literally “sons of the gods”) is used twice outside of Genesis chapter 6, in the Book of Job (1:6 and 2:1) where the phrase explicitly references angels. The Septuagint’s translation of Genesis 6:2 renders this phrase as “the angels of God.”[improper synthesis?]
The Nephilim mentioned in Numbers 13:33 were not actually present at the time. They were the intentional false story given by spies to scare the rest of the Israelites: implying that Nephilim were well known by name, even though no one had ever seen them since they had been destroyed in the flood.