Deep Hebrew Study Points to Startling Apocryphal Truth of Biblical Flood

Deep Hebrew Study Points to Startling Apocryphal Truth of Biblical Flood
“And there we saw the Nephilim, the sons of Anak, who come of the Nephilim; and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.’ “Numbers 13:33 (The Israel Bible™)
A fine-tuned understanding of Biblical Hebrew reveals a deeper level of the flood story, attributing God’s need to destroy the world to the interference of fallen angels.
The enigmatic Nephilim reappear many times throughout the Bible in many guises: giants, fallen angels, the Bnei Elohim (children of God). They first appear in Genesis, preceding the story of the flood. The text intimates an unnatural relationship between the Nephilim and human women.
The Nephilim were in the earth in those days, and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bore children to them; the same were the mighty men that were of old, the men of renown. Genesis 6:4
Julia Blum, Associate professor of Biblical studies at eTeacher, an online language academy specializing in Biblical Hebrew, explained how the study of Hebrew reveals an unexpected reason for the divine wrath leading to the global flood.
“The word Nephilim comes from the word נפל (na-fahl), fall. The suffix ‘im’ simply adds plurality, hence they were the ‘fallen ones’,” Blum explained. “Having been born of corrupted, fallen, Satanic angels, Nephilim dominated the Earth.”
By mating with human women, the Nephilim passed on their corruption, creating an unnatural race of beings which had to be wiped out for the human race to survive, she continued.
“The flood was God’s way of preserving the ‘the seed of the woman’, the human race and its bloodline, before it became completely corrupted by the Nephilim giants,” Blum explained.
Though not appearing in classical Jewish sources, this understanding of the flood has its roots in ancient apocryphal texts. The Book of Enoch, referred to in the Dead Sea Scrolls and attributed to the great-grandfather of Noah, described the sin of the Nephilim and the perversion and lust which eventually caused God to condemn the entire generation.

The Dow Has Already Fallen More Than 1000 Points From The Peak Of The Market

The Dow Has Already Fallen More Than 1000 Points From The Peak Of The Market

That didn’t take long.  On Monday, the Dow was down another 326 points.  Overall, the Dow has now fallen more than 1000 points from the peak of the market (16,588.25) back in late December.  This is the first time that we have seen the Dow drop below its 200-day moving average in more than a year, and there are many that believe that this is just the beginning of a major stock market decline.  Meanwhile, things are even worse in other parts of the world.  For example, the Nikkei is now down about 1700 points from its 2013 high.  This is causing havoc all over Asia, and the sharp movement that we have been seeing in the USD/JPY is creating a tremendous amount of anxiety among Forex traders.  For those that are not interested in the technical details, what all of this means is that global financial markets are starting to become extremely unstable.

Unfortunately, there does not appear to be much hope on the horizon for investors.  In fact, troubling news just continues to pour in from all over the planet.  Just consider the following…

-Major currencies all over South America continue to collapse.

-Massive central bank intervention has done little to slow down the currency collapse in Turkey.

-Investors pulled more than 6 billion dollars out of emerging market equity funds last week alone.

-The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) has risen above 20 for the first time in four months.

-Last month, new manufacturing orders in the United States declined at the fastest pace that we have seen since December 1980.

-Real disposable income in the United States has just experienced the largest year over year drop that we have seen since 1974.

-In January, vehicle sales for Ford were down 7.5 percent and vehicle sales for GM were down 12 percent.  Both companies are blaming bad weather.

-A major newspaper in the UK is warning that “growing problems in the Chinese banking system could spill over into a wider financial crisis“.

-U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is warning that the federal government could hit the debt ceiling by the end of this month if Congress does not act.

-It is being reported that Dell Computer plans to lay off more than 15,000 workers.

-The IMF recently said that the the probability that the global economy will fall into a deflation trap “may now be as high as 20%“.

-The Baltic Dry Index is now down 50 percent from its December highs.

If our economic troubles continue to mount, could we be facing a global “financial avalanche” fairly quickly?

That is what some very prominent analysts believe.

Below, I have posted quotes from five men that are greatly respected in the financial world.  What they have to say is quite chilling…