Friday, January 27, 2012


by Molly Noble Bull

Did giants once walk on earth? Were the giants mentioned in literature as well as the Bible real? And did you know that giants were also called the Nephilim?
I didn’t know any of the above until I read a book titled The Omega Conspiracy by I.D.E Thomas. Other books were written after this book came out and on the same topic, but I like this one best.
If you like mysteries, science fiction or Bible prophecy all neatly packaged under one cover, perhaps the Omega Conspiracy will interest you. It might even change your thinking as it changed mine. 
The Bible says—
There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came into 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 KJV  
But who were these sons of God? 
Who were the daughters of men?
Were they the daughters of Cain as some think? Or was something else going on here? And why were the men called “sons of God” while the women were called the “daughters of men?” If they were all humans, wouldn’t they have been called the sons of men and the daughters of men? 
And where did the giants come from? 
King David killed a giant named Goliath, and according to the Bible, giants lived in tribes. The tribes had names, and later in the Bible, God told His people to kill every man, woman, child and animal in certain tribes. Why—when God also said “Thou shall not kill?” Why did God tell His people to kill members of certain tribes?
To learn the answers to these and other questions, buy and read The Omega Conspiracy. To read about the book, go to Amazon.
Or visit Prophecy in the News (a fantastic website) and learn about topics like this.
I promise you will not be bored or disappointed.

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Jeff Reynolds/Becky Reynolds said...

Very interesting, Molly. Well written, and a lot to think about.

There are three views on the sons of God/daughters of men, by the way:
1. Fallen angels/human women;
2. Godly line of Seth/ungodly line of Cain;
3. The ruling class/the rest of the peons.

When you mentioned Giants, though, the first thing I thought of was that you were making a Superbowl prediction!

ℜ-₩inch said...

"We saw the Nephilim there (the descendants of Anak come from the Nephilim). We seemed like grasshoppers in our own eyes, and we looked the same to them." -Numbers 13:33

I started researching this topic for one of my novels and had no idea what I was getting myself into! From what I've found, it seems like the "giants" of the OT were more the decedents of the Nephilim. The nerd in me wants to compare them to the Dunedain of the Lord of the Rings. :)

Good post!

Molly Noble Bull said...

Thanks Jeff, Becky and Winch for wrting.
I have a hunch the guys who drive around in those UFOs are part of the same group of bad guys mentioned in Genesis and elsewhere in the Bible.
We will see.