Did Nephilim mate with Animals, too?

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    cameo-d posted Thu, 22 Jan 2009 23:29:00 GMT(1/22/2009)

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    Why did man need to be instructed that "beastility" is wrong?

    Did "primitive man" have no instinct?

    Did "primitive man" have no conscience?

    Could primitive man have been influenced by Nephilim behavior?

    If you believe in the concept of "primitive man" would this indicate a belief in evolution?

    shamus100 posted Thu, 22 Jan 2009 23:48:00 GMT(1/22/2009)

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    A) The earth is only 6,000 years old.

    B) The nephilim only screwed humans. As far as we know.

    C) Obviously, humans have absolutely no instinct to be rational, moral, or otherwise without the christian bible.

    God bless.

    M jaguarbass posted Thu, 22 Jan 2009 23:48:00 GMT(1/22/2009)

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    The Gods, space men, came down from Nibiru and mated with neanderthals which were like apes.

    They did this to make us to be their servants, slaves.

    The sons of the Gods, the nephalim experimented having sex with animals and made

    Centaurs, mermaids, minotaurs, Sirens and sphinxs

    The Gods did not approve of that and destroyed their nephalim children and their

    monsters in a flood.

    Mr. Majestic posted Thu, 22 Jan 2009 23:51:00 GMT(1/22/2009)

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    Did Nephilim mate with Animals, too?

    I think that the evidence of the fallen angles mating with animals is obvious. This is where the dinosaurs came from. They would have been normal size before that but like the result with humans and the Nephilim offspring that was the result of the relations with the daughters of men, and how they became giants, this also happened with the fallen angles relations with creatures in the animal kingdom, and that is why god had to destroy that ancient world, because these fearsome beasts were ruining the world along with the offspring of the daughters of men. See it all makes sense now doesn’t it….??

    It wouldn’t surprise me that someone somewhere in the world believes the above comment……

    M jaguarbass posted Thu, 22 Jan 2009 23:52:00 GMT(1/22/2009)

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    evolution but not abiogenesis

    more like genetic engineering, test tube babies and cloning.

    Producing sterile mules.

    shamus100 posted Thu, 22 Jan 2009 23:52:00 GMT(1/22/2009)

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    Oh I believe it 100 percent, Mr. Majestic. It all makes perfect sense now...

    God bless.

    Watch your dogs, people! It's giant offspring could bully and kill you.

    M jaguarbass posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 00:00:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    They werent having red neck sex with the animals they were genetically engineering them in

    a Nazzi Germany sort of way.

    Looking for workers, they were trying to take gorrilas and mate the Gods spacemen with them

    to come up with NFL linebackers. Things like that.

    THe Gods, space men were lizards, before the flood the earth had a canopy and a different enviroment'

    that is why the dinosaurs were able to exist. The Gods were lizards like the dinosaurs.

    After the flood mamals were more adapted to live in the new enviroment

    So the Gods engineered us neanderthals with them, the gods, lizard

    and you get homo sapiens.

    This is according to the Sumerian text written in cuniform.

    The Sumerians the oldest civilization in history told us that that is what they did.

    F snowbird posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 00:05:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    1. I believe the Nephilim did whatever they wanted, bestiality included.

    2. Primitive man was possessed of a conscience as well as instinct.

    3. Genesis chapter 6 says that all flesh was ruined in the sight of the Lord.

    4. I believe in the Creation account of Genesis, but I don't necessarily rule out evolution.

    I wonder why Pan and centaurs and minotaurs are peculiar to Greek, and by way of extension, Roman mythology?

    Could their springing from the Japhetic branch have anything to do with it?

    Why was Japheth, the eldest son of Noah, not given the Blessing?

    You raise some interesting questions, Cameo-d.

    Sylvia

    M primitivegenius posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 00:30:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    thats why to this day they call it............... spanking your monkey............. or chokeing your chicken............... lol sorry had to

    M middleman posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 00:32:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    This link will answer all you need to know. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcP3TOXlR14

    M IP_SEC posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 00:36:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    In 3000 years will future people wonder if we had an angelic savior named Kal-El, son of Jor-El called Superman?

    M IP_SEC posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 00:38:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    Perhaps future translators of the dead language English will translate superman as god-man?

    M Tuesday posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 00:44:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    I thought Dinosaurs were actually lizards that due to not dying and available water vapor grew to extraordinary size... mmmm...yeah...

    Fables and myths have to come from somewhere, I'd like to assume these came from oral tradition of pre-human culture. Neanderthal could've spawned some of our folklore, or homo-ergaster still being around for some homosapiens could be the myth of the missing link. I have no factual basis for this though, it is merely a thought I've had in the past.

    M stillajwexelder posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 00:57:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    I am not 100% certain where I heard/read this in WT land. I was told or read whilst studying, that Jehovah ahd to destroy everything because the Nephilim were so godamnd horny they did have sex with animals. I will try and post a reference if I can find it - last heard this about 1986 ish

    John Doe posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 01:02:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    Has anyone ever noticed that christians dwell on the nastiest things?

    M Alpaca posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 01:18:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    I can't pull the sources immediately from the back of my mind, but I have read some interesting conjectures by paleontologist/archaeologist/anthropoligist type researchers that throughout Asia Minor, Southern Europe, and the Middle East the exposed Mesozoic age rocks, with abundant dinosaur fossils, had to be at least partly responsible for ancient humans realizing that there was another world scene that existed before them at some time in the distant past.

    It's not too hard to imagine that the dinosaur fossils gave rise to the myths about ancient monsters. And surely, if there were humans on the earth simulateously, they could not have been ordinary humans to deal with these ferrocious life forms, but rather the humans must have been imbued with great size or superhuman abilities or titanic mental power, etc., etc.....

    Additionally, the Bible is replete with life forms (a la' Revelation, Daniel, Ezekiel) that, if explained genetically, would be considered mutant freaks.

    Man-beast hybrids seem to be fairly common across cultures in artwork, literature, and oral traditions. The fact that the Bible comes out and explicitly condemns beasiality, at the very least, means that the writers were thinking about it.

    Nathan Natas posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 02:30:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    Once you've been with a Sea Cucumber, you'll never go back!

    M middleman posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 06:35:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    "Has anyone ever noticed that christians dwell on the nastiest things?"

    By you saying this I'm assuming you have met all of them?...

    M JimmyPage posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 13:24:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    Cameo, wasn't that the same naughty picture that caused such a hubub on JWD and led to JWN? You better be careful!

    cameo-d posted Fri, 23 Jan 2009 13:34:00 GMT(1/23/2009)

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    Cameo, wasn't that the same naughty picture that caused such a hubub on JWD and led to JWN? You better be careful!

    I think that was before my time. I am not familiar if the subject has been discussed before. Perhaps you can provide the link.

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