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Men of Renown
Posted By: Gracemer
2/13/2017 11:26:19 AM

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I'm a big fan of Steve Quayle, Tom Horn, LA Marzulli and Tim Alberino, all of whom have done extensive research and investigation into the nephilim question, and I believe they are correct. These "things" will make a reappearance on earth--during the tribulation. We're seeing precursors. Jesus said men's hearts would fail with fear for the things coming upon the earth. Anyhow, Steve Quayle says that, although it is commonly reported that technology is 50 years more advanced than we know, it's actually 50,000 years more advanced, thanks to the guidance of "aliens" (fallen angels) directing our scientists. Man didn't dream up this stuff on his own. No way. Glad you wrote on this subject.
Reply # 1 - ReplyTo ID: 14058


Posted By: ShelleyB -
Date: 2/13/2017 4:01:55 PM
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Saw the article linked below yesterday. I have heard and read about all of this and do believe it. Familiar with LA Marzulli, but not the others, Grace. I had not heard of Bluebeam, which seems to have been around awhile. I did not watch the 3 hour video. Anyhow, it looks like the powers that be have been prompted by Satan to prepare for some great catastrophe. I'm praying it is the rapture and that it is soon.


Thanks for the article, Pete. Right on, as usual. Stay safe and God Bless! Maranatha!

http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-02-12-ufo-experts-warn-of-cosmic-false-flag-event-claiming-deep-state-will-fake-alien-invasion.html


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Posted By: KevinJackson -
Date: 2/13/2017 9:44:17 PM
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Comments: Anybody want a crack at this question I’ve been wondering for a long time (since we are on this subject)…
1. Noah was perfect in his generations (no foreign DNA in his gene pool)
2. His sons therefore were perfect too.
3. ONLY eight humans survived the flood. Noah, his wife, his 3 sons and their wives.
4. Abraham was 7 generations after the flood (FYI… Shem and Abraham were contemporaries for roughly 150 years)
5. Moses was roughly 500 years after Abraham (400 years of slavery plus Jacob and Joseph)
6. There were giants after the flood. (Joshua and Caleb saw giants in Canaan when they were spies. Goliath was also a genetic giant and a freak. He had 6 fingers and 6 toes.)
7. So this is roughly 500 to 600 years after the flood and giants were back. Large and in charge in Canaan.
8. So here is the question… which wife of either Japheth or Ham had Nephilim DNA in her gene pool?
It could not have been in the gene pool of Shem or his wife. That was the Messianic line that went all the way back to Adam in Luke 3:38. It had to be unpolluted. Ham and Japheth had to be unpolluted because they were sons of Noah and his wife. Therefore… the polluted DNA had to be the wife of either Ham of Japheth for giants to reappear within a few hundred years. God blocked the human and (fallen) angelic sexual interaction after the flood therefore the polluted DNA had to be in one of those 2 wives (or both).
Did I go wrong anywhere?

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Posted By: Gracemer -
Date: 2/14/2017 10:50:20 AM
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Comments: Kevin, the original fallen angels who committed this sin were bound and their progeny destroyed in the flood--none survived. Afterwards, other fallen angels again infected the human race. Most of the offspring of this second wave have been killed by man. Wicked angels are still doing it to this day, through giving human scientists knowledge of how it's done--genetic mutations in a lab. The bound ones from the original infestation will be released during the trib. That's my opinion on the matter.
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Posted By: DanielFisher2017215 -
Date: 2/15/2017 10:02:00 AM
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Comments: Mr. Garcia I must correct you on one item, the Two Witnesses. The Apostle Paul stated, "It is appointed unto man once to die then the judgement." Moses died on Mount Horeb and God buried him. However Genesis states, "and Enoch walked with God and he was not, for God took him." There are only two humans that have never died and that is Enoch and Elijah. The two witnesses will be Enoch and Elijah, not Moses and Elijah.
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Posted By: Gracemer -
Date: 2/15/2017 11:13:12 AM
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Comments: Daniel, your comment makes sense and I wouldn't be surprised if you're right...unless Enoch represents the portion of the church still living at the time of the Rapture--which I think he may well be. Time will tell.
Reply # 6 - ReplyTo ID: 14063


Posted By: pete -
Date: 2/15/2017 3:40:16 PM
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Daniel, 

I don't think God is finished with Moses. Lazarus died twice.  He did so for Gods purpose, as I suspect Moses will. 

 

But I do like Enoch. I guess we will see

 


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Posted By: RobertEMohr -
Date: 3/27/2017 3:22:59 PM
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I always enjoy your commentary's Pete and learn so much. You indeed have a gift with words. I have a question about your comment that Pentecost is not about the birth of the Church but rather the conception. You said we are still in gestation. While I find this something to think on further I do not see this supported in Scripture. Can you expand on where you came to this conclusion and where the Bible supports it?