Fee Fi Fo Fum, genetic engineering could bring back the giant 'Nephilim

Are Bibles 'giants' set for return?

New experiments in genetic engineering could open the doors for the return of fearsome "giants" described in the Bible – the offspring of human women and fallen angels – warns author Thomas Horn in his best-selling book, "Nephilim Stargates: The Year 2012 and the Return of the Watchers."

In the Book of Genesis, beings of great stature called "giants" appear, which some biblical scholars believe came into existence after powerful angels known as 'Watchers' used women to construct their own bodies of flesh. The Apocryphal books support the Genesis story, adding that the sin of the angels grew to include genetic modification of animals as well as humans. Now, Horn asks, "What if, by corrupting the species barrier in which each creature was to recreate after its 'own kind,' Watchers (or demons) had successfully mingled human-animal DNA, to leave their plane of existence, and to enter ours. "The results of this genetic modification were the giants known as Nephilim," he says. Given what is happening in science today, Horn wonders if modern biotechnology may be about to repeat the science of Watchers, and, worse, provide a pathway for the return of the Nephilim. Today, molecular biologists classify the functions of genes within native species but are unsure in many cases how a gene's coding might react from one species to another. In recombinant DNA technology, a "transgenic" organism is created when the genetic structure of one specie is altered by the transfer of a gene or genes from another. This could change not only the genetic structure of the modified animal and its offspring, but its adaptive development, sensory modalities, disease propensity, personality and behavior traits among other things. "If one accepts the biblical story of giants as real, discoveries could actually be made someday, or perhaps already has been and was covered up. The technology to resurrect the extinct species may already exist, and cloning methods are being studied now for use with bringing back Tasmanian Tigers, Wooly Mammoths and other extinct creatures." Is the world on the verge of bringing back demonic giants? Horn believes so.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Hmmm. Sounds like typical American "whacko" storytelling to moi. The Nephilim are mentioned in Scripture, and they referred to as "Watchers" in certain apocryphal and pseudepigraphal texts, but I don't recall reading about "recombinant DNA" therein :oP