I'm not sure exactly what you're going for here, or how I can contribute, my charming little Extraterrestrial, but I ran across this and thought if anyone would appreciate it, you would!
BTW, I don't know where your buddy, Bruce, gets his information, but Gen 6 (the beginning of the Noah saga, plagiarized from the real Mesopotamian flood that covered three counties), begins with three cryptic verses explaining how the sons of god saw, with their telescopic vision, the daughters of Men and decided that they were a lot hotter than anything heaven had to offer, what with the burqas and all, came down to earth, and took whatever earth women they chose.
The section ends with, "There were giants in the earth in those days." The implication being, that the sexual union of the sons of god and the daughters of Men produced a race of superhumans. The Hebrews later termed these supermen to be, "Nephilim." The last one (according to legend) was Goliath, whom little David allegedly killed with a rock, likely composed of Kryptonite.
Interesting sidenote: we share 97+ percent of our DNA with the modern chimpanzee, yet our two species have diverged sufficiently that even with all of the similarities, a human/chimp hybrid is genetically impossible - how much closer must the DNA of his god's sons be to our own, for conception to be possible? Ask him, I'd like to know what he says!
There is no mention, of which I'm aware, that these "Nephilim" were especially "watching" anyone, except maybe in the girl's locker room and what red-blooded boy hasn't ever wanted to do that?
Tell Bruce I said he's full of it.
You might also inform him that the Egyptian god, Osiris, had an evil brother (who eventually killed him and hacked him into a thousand pieces), whose name was "Set." The Egyptian word, at the time, for "lord" (a title of nobility), was, "Ten," as in Tu-ten-khamen, or as his friends called him, "Tut." Now in many languages, an adjective follows a noun, unlike English, so in Egyptian, Lord Set would have been Set Ten, which later evolved into Satan. So to accept Set Ten as being a reality, one must logically also believe in his brother, Osiris - ask him how compatible that is with his belief in Yahweh.
I always thought the biggest trickster in the universe was LOKI he tricked Frost Giants, Odin, Thor and the list goes on but seriously he tricked frost giants now that's something even satan/god couldn't do.
Nice video, Arch!
^_^ yep liked the video
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