|Nephilim like "titans" (Buddhist Asuras) came from the sky/space (NaturalPlane)|
|Full-grown adults sitting on laps of Egyptian giants|
Apocryphal texts are the books previously included and now excluded from the Christian canon. Understanding the history of ancient pre-Christian Jewish teachings helps us gain a broader view of what happened. Missing (excised) stories in the Bible -- which used to be a longer collection of books prior to the Councils -- are illuminated by now non-canonical sources, which the Roman Emperor Constantine and others threw out of the new Holy Roman Empire religion, saying they were not inspired texts. No one much seems to mind that the 52 known gospels did not match, nor could four be found that matched. But four is all we got as infallible truth "inspired" and therefore in a sense written by God.
These teachings or gospels or version of events popular among different early Christian and Jewish groups were widely spread and accepted as truth. They were also accept as truth by the Church Fathers up until the 4th Century. The Church -- rooted in Rome in what is now "the Vatican" which was previously a massive temple-complex dedicated to Mithras -- changed its mind, demanded celibacy of its monastics, and tried to do away with overt angel worship. The Book of Enoch, for example, did not make it into the canon partly because of its controversial teachings about angels.
|Hybrid children are beautiful (Suri Cruise)|
Space Aliens, Scientology, and Tom Cruise
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