Nephilim, God’s Ancient Biblical children

La tombe de Toutankhamon (1340-1331 AV. J.C.) a été découverte par Howard Carter en novembre 1922. Le pharaon est mort à 19 ans, sa momie se trouvait dans un cercueil en or massif, placé à l'intérieur de 2 cercueils en bois. Ces 3 cercueils étaient dans un sarcophage de quartzite à couvercle de granit rouge. Autour du sarcophage, s'emboîtaient les unes dans les autres, 4 chapelles en bois doré qui occupaient entièrement la salle du sarcophage.
La tombe de Toutankhamon

Because of the equanimity of Earth’s axis, for thousands of years everything grew to a large size.  The first indigenous Nephilim grew to over thirty feet tall and had very large heads. It appears that the earliest Nephilim had no sutures in their elongated-skullskull plate. Later Nephilim developed sutures to allow their brains to expand. So, large head= large brain=  large intelligence.  First grown-ups…no sutures.  Second grown ups, sutures.

The first large size one piece skull plates seemed to house the fettered brains of grazers. The Giants with the sutures in their skull were most likely much smarter people than those who came before them.  Something in this Edenic environment needed to be addressed by larger brains.. These folks had time to think and create.

Sunrise was incredible each morning on the Savannah plain. With sky in every direction, great and predictableoldest-site weather, these folks began drawing morning shadow lines cast by the sun, and used them to sort out the days.  This is not the Savannahs but a good example of the Ancient’s  art.

Over time they developed a whole geometric pattern on the ground. This ground diagram was very useful in determining the approach of seasons, and time telling. Once they had the sun’s movement down and plenty of time to create things, they did.

You can imagine ten, 30 foot tall, 1,000 pound men standing around a

giants-illus megalithic stone. 1,2,3, now!  It’s an easy lift.

They didn’t seem to care about art and decoration. They were straight ahead workers with a great touch for stone.

Later in Gobekli Tepe it seems the Nephilim were brought in by well settled farmers whose numbers had grown along with a need for season, month, week, day, and hourly information.
There was drought and they needed to get serious.

They invited the  giants to come help them.   The Builders  stood up monolithic stones and built a level wooden platform to spend the night on for the next year while they made sun marks and created an almanac-digest for the indigenous people who had grown to need one.


Illustration 1: This drawing crudely sums up what’s happening on top of the platform

The Giants may have left drops of DNA here and there, but as a working group they moved on. You can see the upper stone work was done probably by the indigenous farmer’s sons.

Spending a dark night on the platform was a formidable task. Nature was constantly nagging at these few folks huddled under blankets staring into the sky developing patterns in the stars, while preparing to mark the Sun’s shadow the moment it rose.

They were being taught!

The Indigenous people who understood the dangers in the area must have made a deal with the Giants to add teaching art to their stone work. These monoliths picture the creaturesteaching-stonethat could attack you day or night. Meanwhile most of the Giant Nephilim women remained home keeping the Tribe together until finally Earth’s first world wide cataclysm drove them north to thrive amongst the Bush people.

Naro bushman (San) women walking, Central Kalahari, Botswana
Naro bushman (San) women walking, Central Kalahari, Botswana


The Nephilim workers moved  on helping other communities develop Sun sites  leaving the Gobekli Tepe farmers storing grain and water supplies. Everything seemed fine with the farmersflea for a long time but then the plague caught up with them. Modern man has well documented scenarios of what plague can to a closely packed city. We have documentation of the ratoutrageous lengths Londoners went to save their families. Gobekli Tepeians backed off the city then buried it in their efforts to stop the dying.