posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 12:06 AM
The common ancient astronaut theory is, "they who came from the heavens to the earth", ie the anunnaki, with the biblical accounts of nephilim being
they and their offspring.
The Biblical version that alot of us follow states they were angels, then became fallen angels,or fallen from the sight of the Lord; did evil in his
way. Then taught man war and science and all that.
Well, heres a concept for you.
What if these so called anunnaki, so called angels/fallen angels, werent some benevolent race of higher dimensional beings like literal angels as we
think of them, nor nasty looking reptilian overlords, but a race of .. almost super-human, what some would call "nordic alien", very humanish,
humanoid type of race, who believed heavily in YHWH as the Lord Creator God, and imparted this knowledge onto the ancient civilizations. In
other words, whether they had longevity, or special abilities, they were just advanced humanoids with eyes, noses, ears, and fingers. So similar to us
that we might mistake them for a tall, beautiful version of us.
Then, the whole angel/fallen angel myth/story could've came into being by the writers of the Old Testament and Apocryphal works who added fantasy
elements and romanticized everything, also adding symbolism and using single characters to represent entire groups of people. This race of
super-humans who came to Earth who brought the religion of One God, YHWH, could've fallen from his grace whence arriving here by being lured into sin
by realizing the power they had over the native humans. Any one of these super-men could have any human brides they wish, or marshal any force of
human men they wished, creating groups to build entire cities and monuments and towers to them; and this is how the ancient kings got the people to
build so massively, with such primitive equipment.
The temptation of the flesh of the Earth, being Gods unto themselves, creating deities out of themselves (we see this in Greek Mythos, Egyptian
Mythos, Sumerian Mythos, and more), which later became the "evil idol gods" taught against by the Hebrews, was too much for these men, and these
fell out of favor with God by doing these things, by setting up kingdoms of their own instead of YHWH's kingdom on Earth, as they had likely intended
or had been sent to do in their journey.
Subsequently, most were killed in the ensuing flood, which there are thousands of theories on the reason for it occurring. I will not get into this.
But the Old Testament and Apocryphal accounts, such as Book of Jasher, provide clear evidence that some of these beings existed back then, and
half-breed progeny of theirs still existed, and there were even tribes of these still in existence in Canaan when the Hebrew first left Egypt via the
Exodus. It is in the texts clear as day.