Alien Abductions & Ancient Knowledge - Paul Wallis
Alien Encounters • 20m
Ancient tales of abductions can be found in cultures all over the world. The Mami Wata people of West Africa. The Philippine legends of the “Diwatas” The biblical accounts of the “Watchers” and the “Nephilim” just to name a few.
The Bene Elohim "ones like the powerful ones" come down to planet earth to abduct human females. their interbreeding produces a lineage called the Nephilim, the giants of legend..
The author of genesis 6 in the Hebrew canon and the author of the letter of Jude in the new testament both assume that their readers are familiar with another famous text ,the book of Enoch. a text to be found today in the Ethiopian orthodox canon of the bible the book describes the abductions referenced in genesis 6 in even greater detail.
it names those doing the abducting as watchers and describes how they had transgressed fundamental ethics governing relationships with the human race arriving from somewhere among the stars to begin their program are producing hybrid offspring Josephus the Jewish historian of the first century of the common era appeals to this scriptural episode to explain the presence of giants in his own day as well as through the annals of history Josephus understood the Jewish tradition to be only one iteration of this legend of human hybridization with advanced beings specifically Josephus identifies the ancient Greek legends as vehicles of the same memory the Greek name for these hybrids was titans
UFO Sightings, strange creatures and demons are embedded into humanity's collective memory. As well etched in Ancient Alien artwork, carvings, and statues the world over. This Bizarre Mystery has repeated generation after generation.
The claims and writings documented around the phenomenon span from thousands of years ago to this current day.
In this documentary, Paul Wallis explores ancient abduction accounts, along with the more recent cases such as “Betty and Barney Hill”, ” Jane Pooley” and research from professor John Mack.