Why I Do Not Believe the Nephilim Were Real

Posted on April 6, 2011

I’m quite knowledgeable, on the subject of Nephilim. But, I have some strong personal reasons for not believing in them. I’ll elaborate, so you understand.

Okay, first of, I started to believe in fairies. But, it wasn’t like, “oh, fairies are cool, I’m going to believe in them." I was actually studying languages, at the time, and discovered that that word was in many different languages. It was unlike bigfoot, or say the Loch Ness monster, in that way. And I remembered, hearing of “sightings". Then of course came the books and movies about fairies. And I fell in love with the idea, from the stories.

Now… I don’t know why this happened. Anyways, I knew this one thing, that was said to make a wish come true. I was looking up at the sky, and all around… everything seemed magical to me at that age… So, I said this little poem, and made a wish to meet one. About a week later, I had forgotten all about it, and I was walking up and down the yard, stretching my legs. When I got this eerie feeling like someone was watching me. I turned around, and there was this semi-transparent, gray person, standing in between two trees.

Nephilim

Nephilim

They were waving there arms at me. I was startled, I didn’t know who it was. When I began to stare, it disappeared. Now, I wasn’t thinking, “Cool! A fairy…. OMG!" I was more like, okay, lets get away from there. As a matter of fact, I went directly inside. I thought more on the lines of something evil. Then later, I was reading something J.R.R. Tolkien wrote. It was a poem, about fairies, dwelling in between the elms, and sometimes, a person with an open heart walking by might see them. Well, I didn’t know anything about trees, at that time, but I later found out, that those trees were elms. I had just watched the first Lord of the Rings movie, but hadn’t seen the others. I couldn’t wait, so I got the books. I read later in the books, after the incident, something about the elves turning gray.

….So that’s what made me really believe in them, and start to study them and attract them. After this, I felt like *something*, an outside force was leading me to different facts about them. Like, quickly I studied Paracelsus, who had gnomes talking to him.


I also, really began to study how much Tolkien knew. But, then I began to read the Silmarillion. It stated that the elves, were the descendants of the gods. Well, even at that age, I knew the ten commandments. I thought Tolkien, maybe had some thing’s right, but was insane to worship those creatures.

So, I began to look elsewhere. I found ways to attract fairies. And, more and more things began to occur. But, then I discovered, that I was trying to attract spirits. I didn’t like that. I said, out loud to myself outside, where a lot of those things happened. “I’m pretty darn sure that God, doesn’t want me to talk to spirits!" I went to the Bible, and found this verse:

“There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch, Or a charmer, or a cunsulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer. For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD…" (Deuteronomy 18: 10-12)

But, I said to myself, those people are crazy. The fairies can just turn invisible… But, that doesn’t explain how they could get into my car… or a lot of things. But, after I read that Scripture, those thing became malevolent. It took me a while to get rid of them to. Now, even before then, I’d had those dreams. But, they got much worse. The dreams became worse, and those things in them became more cruel, and would torture me. Sometimes, I would wake up to a flutter swish past my ear at night. Things would jump on me.

Once, a wind came up, and whispered into my ear at night, “It’s us." Us, being… who I was talking to outside. Once when I went online for help, a fairy figurine just flew off my dresser and crashed to the floor. Actually, it was a plastic top to a perfume bottle, which was shaped like one. I had gotten rid of everything else, but I forgot about that. It broke, and I threw the top away. The trash was taken out even, but a little more than week later, I found the same broken top, inside my room, wedge inside something. Also,something from the woods, followed my Mom, home. She doesn’t really believe in anything either. The rest of my family started to hear, and see strange things.

Now, I got down on my knees after that. I think that’s when they stopped. I still had some bad dreams, now and then until now, but God took care of that as you see above.

Now, here is why I don’t believe in the Nephilim. It seems as though, I was led straight to it, after I discovered that what I was doing was wrong in God’s eyes. Fairies, are called “Earth Spirits", and the seven sided star is their symbol. It stands for the Seven Stars. In the book of Enoch, Earth Spirits, were the children of the fallen angels, and God said, that since they were not born in Heaven, they wouldn’t be allowed to go there. They would be called Earth Spirits, because they were meant to stay on the earth. And, the Seven Stars in that book, seemed to be the prison of the original fallen angels, who mated with humans. It’s like fairies lead me to Nephilim.

Now, that I think of it, why would they call themselves the same thing as in that book? Secondly, after I discovered the above, I had this nightmare. It was a flashback… My parents left me one time when I was small… something terrible happened to me at that time, by the hands of a claimed follower of Christ. The nightmare caused me to remember it. I had blocked it from myself. I really believe that the person was a Christian too. It was like the thing that lead me to the fairies, was trying to get me to not trust God.

I couldn’t believe that it happened. But, I knew that that person wasn’t following God’s commandment. And I knew that the devil would do that. But I know God is the one, who stops it.

The Seven stars in that book was evil but in the Bible:

Amos 5:8 says, “Seek him that maketh the seven stars and Orion, and turneth the shadow of death into the morning, and maketh the day dark with night: that calleth for the waters of the sea, and poureth them out upon the face of the earth: the LORD is his name:"

And Job 9:9 says, “Which maketh, Arcturus, Orion, and the Pleiades…" the Pleiades are the Seven Stars.

They seem like a good thing.


But, in that book the angels taught us secret knowledge that we weren’t supposed to have. That we weren’t ready to have. Now, one must understand the God of the Bible doesn’t keep knowledge, He reveals it. However, one does not teach a 3 year old to light a gas stove with matches. However, you can possibly teach a 10 year old. I wonder however, if this isn’t a “Yea, hath God said?" Moment. With the tree of the knowledge of good and evil?

If you still don’t understand that, then you don’t know what the knowledge of evil is. I’ll point it out to you. On 9/11 many United States citizens were murdered. In some places 1 in every 10 children, is a victim of sexual abuse. We know what it is like to lose someone, or to have wronged us. We know what evil is, or have the knowledge of evil.

Now, I have some of their “secret knowledge", and it is… fecal matter. I’ll explain that too. But, off topic, supposedly the fallen angels also taught us to read, which is bad. So should I throw away my Bible?

Back on topic: One of the things that those familiar spirits showed us, is the working with magic symbols. I just want to tell you, that all power comes from God. Sure, the Devil has power, but God gave it to him. Now, magic, as I have experienced it, doesn’t work unless the person actually knows that they are doing it. (which leads me to believe that it doesn’t work but occurrences happen from an outside influence) Like take the most infamous symbol, the hexagram. It looks the same as the star of David, except that it has a circle around it.

The circle part, means “remove". Take the symbol of peace. It is the symbol of conflict, with a circle around it. Thus it means “remove conflict". So, the hexagram, means to remove the star of David. Let me ask you this… how many times do we have to draw it to remove God? Is there some power greater that God, or outside that can effect Him? What if every human, and fallen angel spent all day and night drawing that in the dirt, how long before it would start to effect God? That alone proves that God isn’t hiding some secret power that we can’t have. It also proves that the angels haven’t shared any secret knowledge of power with us, that we weren’t supposed to have. The Bible says, that witchcraft is as the sin of rebellion. That is what it is rebellion, just going against God. It’s just a another illusion to get us to disobey and question Him, like in the garden of Eden.

Take “no smoking" signs…

God spoke the world into place. He created man and the angels. I said to God one day, because everyone told me that witchcraft wasn’t sin it was a tool, “I said, how is it different than science, if it works? It seems just like a different means to an end. Why is it wrong to like say, ‘ooga booga’ and run around a tree backwards three times, and turn into a frog?" You know what He said to me?

“Try it."

It’s the idea of trying to get around God.

But that’s why I don’t believe in the Nephilim… because it seems like they want me to, not God.

I mean, that I believe that it is the idea of trying to get around God, that is wrong. I’m sorry about the post, I had word wrap on. Also, I must not say anything of myself, because there is a curse if one adds to God’s Word. I just want to be clear, that it is I that say it. Sorry, for the long windedness also, but I have a long history.

Sent in by “MyName”, Copyright 2011 TrueGhostTales.com

Related:

Did Giants Once Walk the Earth?

Legends throughout the world have spoken of a race of giants that once walked the Earth.

“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.” ~ Genesis 6:4.




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