posted on Feb, 6 2007 @ 01:31 AM
How do you know those Myths aren't real?
We may look at ancient stories as myths - - because they seem to fantastic to be real. It is very possible they are more real then myth.
Yes - there has been evidence of "giants" - - but the argument is in the translation of Nephilim.
Apparently the correct translation is still being debated and there is no clear answer.
The Hebrew word Nephilim means “the fallen ones,” and it comes from a verb, “to fall away,” “to cast down,” or “desert.” And finally,
there is the Hebrew term “HaGibborim,” translated “mighty men” (in some versions, “giants”). In the Septuagint the Greek word gigantes is
used for these, which does not mean “giant” but “earth-born,” from the Greek gigas.
These “earth-bound fallen ones” were the hybrids that resulted from the sexual activity between fallen angels and human women.