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Genesis 6:­4: GÇ£And the Nephilim were on the earth in those days GÇô and also afterward GÇô when the Sons of God cohabited with the daughters of humans, and had children by themGǪGÇ¥The ancient books of Genesis and Enoch tell us that sprit beings known as the GÇ£WatchersGÇ¥ descended to the Earth, had sex with women, and begat a hybrid race of offspring known as the Nephilim. Such tales are as old as humanity itself. These histories and accounts of visitations and subsequent mixed-­blood alien-­human races comprise the bulk of mythology, legend, religion, and our superstition. The Rise and Fall of the Nephilim examines: GÇó Elohim and the Bene haElohim GÇô God and the Sons of God GÇó The GÇ£WatchersGÇ¥: UFOs, extraterrestrials, angels, infiltrators, and impregnators GÇó Demonic agendas: incubi, succubi and spirit beings GÇó Biblical and apocryphal sources from Enoch to Moses GÇó The role of the Fae, Elves, Elementals, and ancient godsWhat if the old spiritualities and religions . . .

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Where the bloodlines of the Nephilim leave off, the real story just begins. Or does it go back even further than that? The very real probability that non-­human intelligences visited and even copulated with primordial humans is detailed in civilization's most ancient cultural and religious records. These historical records further reveal that these intelligences were reptilian in nature--­or, at the very least, have been represented throughout human history in reptilian form. From the Serpent, Nawcash, in the Garden of Eden; Atum, the Egyptian snake-­man; and Quetzalcotl, the feathered serpent god of the Mayans to the double-­helix snake symbol of Enki/Ea in ancient Sumerian literature, the serpent has been the omnipresent link between humans and the gods in every culture. In, Scott Alan Roberts investigates and examines the pervasive presence of the serpent in human history, religion, culture, and politics. Are we the product of an extraterrestrial race that moves and breathes--­and . . .

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Books of Scott Alan Roberts