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When it comes to The Nephilim Theory I would have to say that bullshit baffles brains!
Now, I have a unique take on this mythology: what if the Nephilim bullshitted and continue to bullshit about pretty much everything? Bullshit defined as an indifference as to how things really are as it relates to the truth!

Well, in that case, you have been fooled again! And by the way: the theory itself morphed into the idea that the Nephilim had mutated into the Kings and Queens and Pharaohs and Caesars by the time of Jesus’s arrival on the planet! If that were true their progeny would be firmly embedded within most all the power structures among the earth’s civilizations today.

Anyway, this is one of my pet fields of inquiry over a very long span of my life. I don’t hold a firm position on it other than to say I think it’s fact that all religious books are of man-made origin; and perhaps, according to my unique take–explains why every religious book is contradictory and incoherent within themselves and when comparatively studied.
This pic is here because the essence of the story is about DNA, imo:

Now we will flip the coin over on this one: let us say that modern cosmology is more or less correct about the universe and timelines ( that the universe is ancient) and that humans have evolved from primates. This would obviously create extreme confusion over the nature of reality. The process from archaic man to magic man, to mythological man to rational man, is fraught with chaos and uncertainty on most every level.
Now let’s throw this into the mix: modern cosmology isn’t entirely correct when it comes to its hypothesis’s and indeed– we are not alone on this planet! That there are beings involved here who could be either:
1) us! That is to say highly advanced evolutionary humans:
2)emissaries of a divine creator spirit who oversee evolutionary processes:
3) some type of extraterrestrial involvement concerned with overarching evolutionary themes on this planet.

The main point here is that the natural condition of man is one of chaos and confusion and metaphysical involvement by advanced beings is one of benevolent guidance aiming towards our eventual overcoming of our evolutionary inheritance. I call this somewhat interesting metaphysical speculation:)


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