Giants in the Bible

We first encounter Giants in Genesis 6.

Genesis 6:4 | 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 bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.

Many renown authors and experts in the field have repeatedly made reference to such aforementioned passages in the Bible.

To the uninitiated all this seems like Lord of the Rings messing with the Word of God.

Its the other way around. Tolkien borrowed and reshaped to his bidding stories from the Bible.

Once your understanding of this subject flourishes, it will all come together…

These giants were the offspring of the fallen angels and the daughters of men.As great men of renown rules ancient kingdomes, Gilgamesh was one of many, a giant.

The tale of Gilgamesh is the oldest preserved tablet depicting a historical time in our world. But he also shared the bloodline of the fallen ones. Making him a man of renown, a giant, a demi-god.

Giants in history
Giant

All ancient cultures share many similar tales, in time and space throughout all recorded history.

One of the most indisputable is the story of the great Flood.

Noahs epic adventure as beset from our Creator Jesus, is also recounted in various forms

throughout many languages and beliefs. But the core of the story is the same.

There was a Great Flood years ago that wiped all life from the face of the earth except for a

few chosen ones. They were the family of Noah pure and untainted from the bloodline of

the fallen ones.

Following God’s great cleansing of the earth from the corrupt, Noah’s and his family

repopulate the desolate.

 


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