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Genesis 6 & Nephilim 101

UFOs & the Bible: Genesis 6 & Nephilim 101

Medieval Painting depicting UFO & MARY from article in Fate Magazine 1999

It has been said that Christians are “pretty narrow minded” to limit the population of the universe to merely GOD, ANGELS, AND MAN. After all, there are “billions and billions” of stars which perhaps have planets, which perhaps have civilizations etc. However, within the classification of angels [non- human or “alien” intelligent beings] exist diverse myriads. The concept of an ANGEL comes from the Greek aggelos from the Hebrew ago meaning “one going forth” or “one leading”; messenger. Not all angels are “good”. Not all angels continue to do God’s will, although all angels were originally created by God to convey His message. Some angels rebelled against God’s plan. Some angels go forth to give their own message; some angels go forth to lead mankind AWAY from the truth. But all angels are more intelligent and powerful beings than mere humans, it is easy to see how the rebellious angels could have been worshipped as gods, when they descended to the Earth before the Flood, and deceived humans (Genesis 6).

The angels are represented throughout the Bible as a body of spiritual beings who intermediate between God and men: “You have made him (man) a little less than the angels” (Psalm 8:6). Angels, just as mankind, are created beings; “praise ye Him, all His angels: praise ye Him, all His hosts … for He spoke and they were made. He commanded and they were created” (Psalm 148:2, 5: Colossians 1:16, 17). Contrary to popular belief, the Bible does not say that the only intelligent beings populating the universe are humans, in fact God created countless “non- human intelligent beings” before mankind. God is known throughout the Bible as the LORD OF HOSTS: Rule and fear are with Him, He makes peace in His high places. Is there any number to His armies? Job 25:2


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