The Truth About The Nephilim Giants

Who Were The Nephilim Giants?

Long before the flood that devastated mankind, according to Biblical sources, a group of angels, the sons of God, came down to the earth.  These “fallen angels”, as they are often referred to, rebelled against God.  They taught mankind the secret arts, sharing with us knowledge that was reserved for the Gods.  They had intercourse with the women on our planet, fathering semi-divine offspring.

The acts of these “fallen angels” caused the earth and its inhabitants to become defiled and impure.  Our corruption and wickedness was so great in God’s eyes the he decided to destroy all of the inhabitants of earth with a flood.  Over the years an ongoing debate has emerged surrounding the byproduct of the untoward union between the sons of God and the daughters of men.  In many circles it is believed that their ill begotten children were a group of giants, the nephilim, but as you will discover, this belief might not be a justified.

Were the Nephilim really the offspring of Sons Of God and the Daughters Of Man?  Were they giants or were they something else? Dr. Rita Louise explores parallel myths about the gods of antiquity and provides new insights into this theological ongoing debate.   


The Truth About The Nephilim Giants


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About Dr. Rita Louise:

A gifted and talented clairvoyant medical intuitive, Dr. Rita Louise helps people identify the root causes of their concerns.  She is a Naturopathic physician and the founder of the Institute Of Applied Energetics that trains students in the art of medical intuition, intuitive counseling, and energy medicine. She has authored six books and produced several feature-length and short films.  Dr. Louise has appeared on radio, television and in movies and has lectured on health and healing, ghosts, intuition, ancient mysteries and the paranormal. Her books and articles have worldwide circulation. 


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