From the collaborative website, http://www.mt.net/~watcher/. It draws heavily from David Flynn’s original research, along with Tom Horn and a host of other writer/researchers into the true identity of the Fallen, God’s angels, Satan and his demons. Even Whitley Strieber’s writings are quoted. Check this out from the page on Angels and Aliens (and the End Times conspiracy):
While the New Testament uses the Greek word “demon” to refer to these “sons of the mighty”, the Old Testament uses revealing descriptive names. Words which describe these beings, such as b’nai Elohim, “sons of God”, Zophim, “the watchers”, and Malakh, “messengers”, (translated angel in English), are used for the “aerial host” often regardless of alignment. New Testament demons were understandably associated with evil, since originally the Greek term diamon meant “any deity”, and the Bible consistently portrays only one God. There are three main terms for demons in the New Testament: daimonion (demon; 60 times, 50 in the Gospels); pneuma (spirit; some 52 times) usually with a qualifying adjective such as akatharton (unclean; 21 times) or poneron (evil; 8 times); and angelos (7 times of demonic agencies). Daimon (demon), the term commonly used in classical Greek, appears only once (Mark 8:31) (Baker’s Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology – Walter A. Elwell (Ed))
Scripture explains that Satan and his host of fallen angels rule over this planet, it also details a hierarchy of demonic echelons.
Jesus Christ explained to his apostles what events would immediately precede his second coming, “It shall be exactly as in the days before Noah entered the ark”. Matt 24:38 , Luke 17:27. What is the significance of this statement and how does it relate to Ufos? The Flood epic Gen. 6 begins with a strange account of the “sons of God” (b’nai Elohim), taking wives from among the daughters of Adam.
“In those days giants [nephilim] were in the earth, the men of renown of whom ancient tales are told”.
The word which is translated, “giants”, in the King James version of the Bible is, in Hebrew, “Nephilim”, which means, “Those who fell, or … the fallen ones”. Jude, the brother of Jesus describes them as “angels, having left their first estate in heaven”. These fallen angels came to earth for a serious purpose.
The “fallen ones” sought to merge with the bloodline of Adam, because of the promise to send a redeemer through Adam’s kinsman. The Hebrew says that the Sons of God saw that the women were a fit “extension”, for they sought to extend themselves into this realm from the spirit realm, as well as to extend themselves into the “children of the promise” the lineage of Adam. Satan tried to prevent the eventual birth, in the distant future, of the Messiah.
The mating of human beings with angels resulted in hybrid creatures, evil spirits with human bodies. The human \ angel hybrids began to corrupt and destroy the human race, resulting in the Deluge, “the end of all flesh” except Noah and his family.
Scripture uses other names to describe these degraded fallen angels and their descendents in addition to the word Nephilim, they are…
Rephaim – from the root rapha = spirits, shades Gen. 14:5
Anakim – a race of giants – descendants of Anak descendents of Nephilim
Emim – the proud deserters, terrors, race of giants Gen. 14:5 Deuteronomy 2
Zuzim roving creatures
Zamzummims – the evil plotters, Deut. 2:20 the race of Rephiam
Zophim, watchers in the Fields of the Zophim Num. 23 from the root word watchers NOTE distinct from “holy watchers” aligned with God
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