THE SECOND FALL OF THE ANGELS
Long ago, in the days before the great Flood, the mighty Sons of God (or Angels), ruled Earth and the solar system from Jupiter, mingling with men and women as equals. But some prideful Angels, like certain others before them, were tempted by the thought of power over humankind and lust for its women. Soon, their yoke lay heavy on all the planets. That is when Damis, one of the Nephilim, the off-spring of Angels and humans, rose up to lead his own kind and humans in a spirited revolt that would end in cataclysm and a new age for the Earth.
Or so says this classic science fiction novel based on the first chapters Genesis. Giants on the Earth is an enthralling novel filled with esoteric Judeo-Christian lore, written by S. P. Meek, a U.S. Army Colonel, Freemason and engineer who served in both World Wars. A highly successful writer who sold to publications as varied as Field and Stream and Amazing Stories, Meek retired from the military in 1947 to write what became over two dozen children’s books. His books focused mostly on dogs and horses, two of his passions. Meek’s runaway bestseller, Pat, was the first book about seeing eye dogs written for young readers.
Col. Meek’s Giants on the Earth is based on two passages of the Tanaka (or Old Testament). The first Genesis 6:1-4 describes how the Sons of God looked on the Daughters of Men, found them fair, “and bore children to them.” Their offspring were called Nephilim and were “mighty men” or “giants.” The second passage is Micha 3: 1-12, which tells of how God used the Nephilim giants to punish Israel.
“Whether you believe it or not, Giants existed in Earth. There is a brilliant archaeological cover up which makes us hard to believe this fact. This book portrays what happened when Sons of Earth were fed up with the Sons of God because of their ill manners and selfish triumphs. Worth reading “ Belli,
Book year: 2016
Book pages: 68
Book language: en
File size: 263.60 KB
File type: epub
Published: 06 October 2020 - 21:00
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