Now, the second one, the Zamzummims / Zuzim:
Zamzummims / Zuzim
This land was thought of as the land of the Rephaim who used to live there, but the Ammonites called them Zamzummim.
In the fourteenth year Chedorlaomer and the kings who were with him came and defeated the Rephaim in Ashteroth-karnaim, the Zuzim
in Ham, the
Emim in Shaveh-kiriathaim,
Not much to work on this so, I searched the article in wikipedia:
The area of Moab at Ar, (the region East of the Jordan) before the time of Moses, was also considered the land of the Rephaites. Deuteronomy 2:18-21
refers to the fact that Ammonites called them "Zamzummim",
which is related to the Hebrew word זמזם, which literally translates into
, or "the people whose speech sounds like buzzing."
It seems that his zamzummim or zuzim has a weird buzzing speech. This is also confirmed by these references:
(Gen. xiv. ... Be that as it may, they spoke an idiom differing from that of the Canaanites, for the names Zamzummim, and
, ... the latter, signify a people whose language is not understood, and is compared to a buzzing sound.
" A manual of the ancient
history of the East to the commencement of the ... By François Lenormant, Elisabeth Chevallier, p.147
"Also (as related to the stem of zuzim
) zazu, " to distribute, divide " (in the reciprocal form " to become divided, to fight each ...
zamdm, " a bridle, cord " ; zamzam, " hum, buzz, long resounding,
mumble, roar," and zamzama(t) " humming, rustling
Pentateuch: a historical record, as shown by the scientific ... by William Turnbull Pilter - Page 157
"They are represented as being giants — Rephalm ; men of prodigious strength — Zuzim
; as having a buzzing and indistinct manner of
speech — Zamzummim
; as formidable monsters
" - History of Egypt, Chaldea, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria - Volume 2 - Page 67
"in Ashtaroth Karnaim, and the Zuzims
in Ham, and the Emims in Shaveh Kiriathairn, and the Horites in their mount Seir ; that is, the giants,
were smitten in all four quarters of the circle."
According to these references the zamzumims are monsters with buzzing speech. Not much I can research on with their physical appearance. But, we only
have two characteristics and that they have a buzzing sounding speech and that they are monsters.
*buzzing sounding speech
Are there any modern encounters with this particular creature? Read this:
Eye Witness Account:
"On January 20, 1996 between 1:30-5:30 A.M.,a ufo was believed to have crashed in a suburban neighborhood in Varginha,Brazil. There were many
witnesses. Including 3 young girls walking home from work. This is how people described them: 4-5 feet in height
, makes a strange buzzing
sound(like a swarm of bees)
, has 3 rounded protuberances on top of head(like horns), oily brownish skin, big red eyes
, strong smell like
ammonia. Seems to be a cross of the grey aliens and the chupacabra.
"Oh sleep paralysis has a long history in fact there are what is called sleep paralysis myths in just about every culture. Something or another comes
in the night. It very often sits on the chest of a person or it tries to strangle them or it made just lurk around the room menacingly. Its very often
described as dark grey or black.
It can make strange noises
from heavy breathing through sort of humming buzzing vibration
“In an earlier note you mentioned being 18 years old. You are younger than most people who wonder about abductions. Yet the publicity on abductions
is bringing about an awareness at a younger age. You have described many things familiar to abductees, including the buzzing sound
woozy, and the flashback memories.”
For decades, hundreds of people worldwide have been plagued by an elusive buzzing noise
known as "the Hum". Some have blamed gas pipes or
power lines, others think their ears are faulty. A few even think sinister forces could be at work.
It seems that these “alien” creatures have been around since ancient times. I’m not that sure whether to label this as just coincidence, noting
the accurate physical description and the eye witness accounts of these creatures.