The Genesis Six Experiment
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The Genesis Six Experiment
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“As it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be at the coming of the Son of Man.”
– Jesus Christ, 33 AD
When human beings began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them, the sons of God saw that the daughters of humans were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose. Then the LORD said, “My Spirit will not contend with humans forever, for they are mortal; their days will be a hundred and twenty years.” The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—when the sons of God went to the daughters of humans and had children by them. They were the heroes of old, men of renown. – Genesis 6:1-4 (NIV)
This passage of scripture describes what I call, “The Genesis Six Experiment.” The beginning of that chapter tells the reason why God decided to destroy the world with a Great Flood. It says that angels of God mated with women and created super-human hybrids called the Nephilim. These creatures corrupted the whole earth.
Before I can go any further, I must first stop here for a moment and correct some common misconceptions often associated with this passage of Scripture and address the following question. How do we know that this passage is talking about angels? I’ve run into this “debate” on more than a few occasions whenever I’ve brought this subject up in church. The debate comes from a line of thought (taught in many seminaries) that the term, “sons of God” is a reference to the children of Adam’s son, Seth and that the “daughters of men” is a reference to the children of Adam’s (bad) son, Cain. This type of reasoning is flawed on so many levels and I can’t believe it is even still taught! But it is, so I need to address it here.
First of all, how are “Nephilim” (some translations say “giants”) born to normal human beings? If all we are talking about here is the inbreeding of the offspring of two brothers, how does one explain the giants – both before and after the Flood?
The same scholars who teach this theory don’t seem to have a problem with the biblical account of the giants that the Israelites had to drive out of Canaan. So, how can they accept that characters like Og of Bashan and Goliath of Gath were indeed giants and somehow explain away their genetic traits short of a true reading of Genesis 6:4? I don’t care how much spinach you feed them, normal humans do not give birth to 18 and 12 foot giants!
Second, for those who would call themselves “scholars,” they should have recognized that the words translated here as “sons of God” come from the Hebrew words, “ben” (Strong’s # 1121) and “elohim” (Strong’s # 430).
Strong’s defines “ben” as meaining:
afflicted, age, anointed one, appointed to, arrow
From banah; a son (as a builder of the family name), in the widest sense (of literal and figurative relationship, including grandson, subject, nation, quality or condition, etc., )
and “elohim” as:
angels, exceeding, God, very great, mighty
Plural of ‘elowahh; gods in the ordinary sense; but specifically used (in the plural thus, especially with the article) of the supreme God; occasionally applied by way of deference to magistrates; and sometimes as a superlative — angels, X exceeding, God (gods)(-dess, -ly), X (very) great, judges, X mighty.
This is the same combination of words used in Job 1:6, Job 2:1 and Job 38:7, each of which are commonly accepted by these same “Sethite” scholars to be in reference to angels. The Job passages describe events taking place in Heaven. They are not talking about Seth’s children hanging out with Satan and the angels for a little meeting. So, why accept the angel view in Job, but disregard that same view in Genesis, when the text clearly indicates that it is referring to the same thing – angels?
Suffice it to say, the “Sethite-Cain view” taught in seminary and perpetuated from pulpits all around the world is inaccurate, flawed and should be completely disregarded! Now, back to our regularly scheduled programming already in progress…
As a result of angels breeding with women, all of God’s creation had been corrupted, distorted, manipulated and changed from its previous state, which God had pronounced, “very good.” There was only one family of humans that had apparently not been affected by these “bad genes” and that of course was Noah and his family.
These are the generations of Noah: Noah was a just man and perfect in his generations, and Noah walked with God. – Genesis 6:9 (KJV) [emphasis mine]
Scripture says that Noah was “perfect in his generations” which literally meant “pure” as in his genetics. We know this because the word used there is “tamin” (Strong’s # 8549). It is the same word used when the Lord referred to a red heifer that had to be physically pure:
This is a requirement of the law that the LORD has commanded: Tell the Israelites to bring you a red heifer without defect or blemish and that has never been under a yoke. – Numbers 19:2 (NIV)
According the Book of Jasher, Noah married one of Enoch’s daughters. In Genesis 5:24, the Bible tells us that Enoch was so righteous in God’s eyes that He took the man to Heaven without ever having to die. So, it is reasonable to assume that his daughter certainly would have known the truth and had been a great candidate for Noah to marry. Going with the assumption that Noah and his wife were physically/genetically pure, their three sons, Japheth, Shem and Ham must also have been genetically pure. But that does not necessarily mean their wives were.
Jasher says that Methuselah had a son named Eliakim who had three daughters. Noah picked them as wives for his three sons. The statement is also made that all but Noah, his family and Methuselah had strayed from God (including Noah’s father Lamech). This being the case, it is reasonable to assume that Eliakim falls into the category of those who had gone the way of evil (since he didn’t make it on the ark), which could imply that his daughters may have become corrupted by “The Genesis Six Experiment.” This would certainly seem to explain how the giants appeared “after that” (that meaning the Flood).
I believe the Biblical account proves that at least one of the wives of Noah’s sons had Nephilim blood running through her veins. That one was Ham’s wife. I say that because his lineage is literally loaded with giants! I don’t really see evidence in Shem or in Japeth’s lineage, but of the four sons of Ham, at least three appeared to have produced giants… and lots of them!
In Genesis 10, we read that Ham had Cush, Mizriam, Phut and Canaan. Since the Bible mentions Canaan first (in Genesis 9), let’s start with him and work our way backward.
I have a theory about Canaan based on the strange situation described in Genesis 9:20-25. In that passage of Scripture, Ham finds his father naked and Noah curses his grandson, Canaan. Why? Scripture is silent, but I suspect it was because there was something obviously wrong with him.
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First of all, the narrative implies that Canaan had to have been there for Noah to have cursed him. That means he was either born on the ark or shortly thereafter. My belief is that he may have been born with six fingers and six toes, which is a notable characteristic of the Nephilim giants. If this is true, then when Canaan was born, Noah must have looked at his grandson and said, “Oh boy. Here we go again!”
Canaan’s lineage settled the land that was named after him. And we know from Scripture that Canaan was full of giants. After the Exodus, the spies went into the land and saw themselves as grasshoppers by comparison. Joshua and his men had to clear the land of these giants and that they did! These were all the “ites” the Jews had to wipe out in the Old Testament (as in the Hittites, Jebusites, Amorites, etc.).
Those giants were huge. The Israelites even bragged about the size of one of them – a man named Og of Bashan. According to Patrick Heron, in his book The Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse, assuming the Hebrew cubit is 25.025 inches, he makes note that the guy’s bed was over 18 feet long, implying that the man himself was nearly as tall! So, we see that Canaan definitely had some serious Nephilim genes!
What about Ham’s other sons? The Bible doesn’t give us much to go on concerning any giants within Phut’s lineage. But in Mizraim’s lineage, we can find something pretty amazing, with enormous implications. One of his sons was a guy named Caphtor.
Genesis 10:14 says that the Philistines came from the Caphtorites. We know of at least 5 giants that came from the Philistines: Goliath and his four brothers. And from the description of Goliath, he was a “runt” as far as giants go – standing at a mere 9 to 12 feet in height according to some scholars. He and his brothers were the last of the giants (in the land of Canaan anyway) by the time of David. Watch Perry Stone’s series on giants for some more extremely interesting insights about Goliath:
Note: Perry’s revelation of 1 Samuel 17:54 is absolutely amazing!
Let’s look a little deeper into the man named Caphtor. In Genesis 10:14, the Caphtorites are said to have fathered the Philistines. According to Jeremiah 47:4 and Amos 9:7, the Philistines came from Crete – a place described in some translations as “the country of Caphtor” because that’s where he settled at some point following the Flood. Why is this so significant? Crete is where ALL of Greek mythology came from!! 
The mythology of the infamous Greek gods can literally be traced back to sometime just after the Great Flood of Noah. These gods came from Crete. Further, if you study the history of Crete, you will find that most of what we now call “Europe” used to have to pay tribute to this tiny island in the Aegean Sea. They had to send young virgin men and women to the Minotaur of the Labyrinth as tribute to King Minos. How so much of Europe could have been held in subjugation to such a tiny island doesn’t really make sense, unless you realize that the gods of antiquity likely really did exist. The Bible tells us who they really were and where they actually came from. These are the post-Flood Nephilim who sprung up through the lineage of Ham.
Finally, let’s look at Ham’s son, Cush. Scripture says that Cush begat Nimrod.
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A note from the author:
This work represents some of my research, thoughts and ideas regarding history and the End Times. Do not take anything I write as the “Gospel Truth.” I encourage you to be a “good Berean” and study these things out for yourself to come to your own conclusions.
DISCLAIMER: While I do believe that the books contained in The Holy Bible were Divinely inspired and written by men, I do not necessarily hold to the idea that only the 66 books we now have in our (Protestant) Bibles are the sole Divinely inspired books of antiquity. For instance, the King James Version (on which I was raised) used to have 80 books in it. Today, we only have 66. Many editions of the Bible throughout the centuries contained or left out different books. God will not contradict Himself. Therefore, the fact that there have been so many different “canons” of Scripture over the centuries proves to me that the acquisition and accumulation of Scripture has not always been Divinely inspired.
I also do not believe that any one version of our English Bible is 100% correct and accurate in its TRANSLATION. Granted, some are better than others. But Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic are all very complex languages and it is often hard for English as a language to do the text justice. Thus, I find that comparing different English translations can help show us a variety of ways of looking at what was originally written. I am mentioning this because throughout this series of blogs I will be referencing different versions of English Bibles as well as taking a look at some of the books not currently considered “canon” in our (Protestant) Bibles. Having grown up in a “KJV only” environment, I felt the need to say this up front. I pray that does not hinder you in any way and that this series of blogs is interesting, enlightening and encouraging to you.
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