There is much confusion about the origin of the Nephilim word and what it means. In Hebrew this literally means a fall. As in a fallen angel. The Bible, the Talmud and the Koran (where they are referred to as Jin) all speak of fallen angels.
In the Book of Genesis, the Bible talks about how the Nephilim produced children with people. One was even portrayed as the murder of Japheth, the son of Noah, and took his place, after which he looted many children with Japheth’s wife, an unsuspecting person who eventually inhabited most of northern Europe.
Experts can not agree with where the origin of this order originated in humans, referring to fallen angels (Nephilim) or aliens as possible sources, but they agree with characteristics that may include:
- Above the mean IQ
- More sensitive eyesight and other senses.
- Lower body temperature
- High blood pressure
- Increased number of mental / intuitive abilities
- Mainly blue, green or brown eyes
- Red or reddish hair
- Increased sensitivity to heat and sunlight
- You can not clone
- Additional vertebra
After you finish checking yourself, if you are in Rhesus Negative, you are already very special, since very few (15%) people fall into this category. It is interesting to note that the coloring described in these characteristics is typical of Northern Europe, the echo of the biblical story of the son of Noah killed by the Nephilim, and perhaps the children who inhabit northern Europe?
But what does Rhesus mean? Of the types of human blood, O is the most common. This is a universal type of blood. Blood groups are divided into two groups: negative and positive. This is called the factor RH. The RH factor is the Rh factor (a rhesus, like in a monkey) blood factor.
If your blood tests are positive for this, you have a factor in the blood. If you experience a negative, you do not have a factor in the blood.
The RH factor is a protein found in human blood, which is directly linked to the rhesus monkey.
When the type of blood is inherited from your parents, it is known that this factorial element of blood is the most consistent characteristic of a person or animals transmitted to a released spring. VERY little aberrations. It rarely changes. Most people, about 85%, have RH-positive blood. This could support the idea that humans evolved or were native to Primates. 15% of people have RH-negative blood.
If the type of blood is one of the least variable characteristics of a person, then where did the negative result come from? This question has puzzled scientists for many years. There is some evidence that the RH-negative blood group may appear about 35,000 years ago. And the appearance was regional and, it seemed, was originally associated with certain groups / tribes of people.
Northern Spain and Southern France, where you can find some of the highest concentrations of RH-negative factor in the Basque people. Another original group was eastern / eastern Jews. In general, about 40 45% of Europeans have an RH-negative group. Only about 3% of the African descendant and about 1% of descendants of Asian or Indian descendants have an RH-negative group. Because of larger European numbers, this is a safe bet that was where it was introduced into the human genetic code. Could this be the place where the Caucasian was represented? Is the introduction of the caucasus associated with the RH-factor of blood.
This would confirm that the negative RH factor was introduced from the outside. Can the source be from people as beings from another planet? Or maybe we are as alien as they are, in this we are the product of their manipulation and intervention. Could they come here and manipulate life forms that already exist on earth to create a modern person?
Many ancient texts, including the Bible, support this theory. Many stories in ancient texts, especially in pre-Christian texts, tell of the race, from Heaven to Earth. In the Bible, a person saw them as gods who live long and perform miracles. In the Book of Enoch, which has never been so formally inconsistent in the Bible, because it was considered idolatrous and too engaged in the story of the angels, the Nephilim and the fallen angels are mentioned in detail.
The book was written by Enoch, who was a very interesting and creative biblical character. He was considered a historical figure, like Abraham in the Talmud. It is believed that he was closely associated with the Archangel Metatron, who, although more like a ranger, is considered the highest of all the Archangels and closest to God. Some believe that he is an angel who welcomes you on a spiritual bridge between earth and paradise, which technically makes him a Terrible Reaper. In Greek mythology, it is considered the equivalent of Aida, who took the spirits through the Styx into the Underworld.
See an unusual clip about the Nefilim below and find out more about your possible origin here.