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  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Citadel (January 1, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0806528109
  • ISBN-13: 978-0806528106
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 5.6 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (213 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,994 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I've always wanted to know more about these things and in this book everything is explained so simply.
Barbara Land
His book flows very well and it obviously shows that he is an excellent writer who knows his subject and researched it very well.
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I great strengthing point for me, and almost a validation based on many years of research by authors like Mr. Heron.
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177 of 189 people found the following review helpful By theologicalresearcher on April 2, 2007
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I bought this book because I wanted to do more research on the issue of the identity of the "sons of God" and the Nephilim in Genesis 6. Among evangelical biblical scholars there is disagreement regarding who these beings were. Some scholars say that the "sons of God" were Sethites who intermarried with Cainite women; some others say that they were warriors descended from Cain; and others say that they were angelic beings who fell from their glorious state in heaven.

Patrick Heron does an excellent job demonstrating that the "sons of God" were fallen angels who took on fleshly form and mated with human females. I was never fully convinced with the Sethite and Cainite view of the sons of God because of their weak exegetical and historical foundations (the Sethite view cannot explain why the "daughters of men" must refer to Cainite women, and the Cainite view was unheard of before the 2nd century AD). Heron provides intriguing evidence to point out that the sons of God were indeed angels: the pantheon of gods in Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Greek, and Roman mythology (one can include the mythologies of other Indo-European cultures like the Norse and Indics); the practice of genetic manipulation in antiquity (demonstrated by records of hybrid beasts in stone tablets and murals); and vile religious practices of these ancient people.

Though many Christians may find the angelic theory of the sons of God/Nephilim/ancient gods far-fetched, Heron still does an excellent job showing why there is a vital connection between the fallen angels and the "heroes of old" (ancient gods/goddesses). He reveals how the ancient pyramids of Egypt, Southeast Asia, and pre-Columbian Americas are intricately tied to these sons of God and the coming apocalypse.
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102 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Author of THE AHRIMAN GATE ISBN 1933204001 on February 14, 2005
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Years ago I read an editorial featuring the outlandish teachings of a Bible college professor who was attempting to answer questions his student's had raised about UFOs. They wanted to know what he thought the anomaly was, and if the Bible had anything to say about "them". Dr. I.D.E. Thomas began what he later told me "would be a couple of chapels on the issue," never knowing that his research would ultimately lead to months of lectures and finally his legendary treatise and groundbreaking book on the subject, "The Omega Conspiracy."

Years after his astounding book was first published, I had the privilege of getting to know Dr. Thomas through my fellow fiction writer and best selling author, Lynn Marzulli. I found myself intrigued by the professor's conclusions, especially those linking the giants of the Bible - also known as the Nephilim - with Unidentified Flying Object activity.

In those early days, Biblical Ufology came to be met with more scorners than believers. The "sons of God" of Gen. 6:4 were the offspring of Seth, we were told, not fallen angels, and especially not demons flying down in space ships to breed with antediluvian women who afterward gave birth to giants. As the successful pastor of a large church, I found myself wobbling on the fringe, wondering if it would be wise to challenge this status quo. Finally, setting my ego aside, I wrote my own best seller, "The Gods Who Walk Among Us," doing the Coast to Coast (Art Bell) thing and talking about the Christian viewpoint of little green men and other planets. Always at my side was the initial investigative theories of Dr. I.D.E. Thomas.

When the mid 90's rolled along, a lull seemed to be developing in the quest to deepen the church's insights into the question of UFOs and biblical history.
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390 of 446 people found the following review helpful By Edward J. Vasicek on May 19, 2005
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The Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse deals with a fascinating subject and has its strong points, but it could have been much better. It's level of scholarship is limited and it assumes a lot, though it does include a few good insights and can be understood by popular audiences. I do agree with many of the author's major points.

GOOD: I accept the basic premise, that the "sons of God" in Genesis 6 were indeed fallen angels, that they somehow were involved in genetic manipulation, and that the "Nephilim" giants resulted (I think Jude and 2 Peter make this clear),

BAD: BUT some of the author's claims are based upon faulty logic and inaccurate (or, at best, unsubstantiated) information.For example, he uses a 25.025 inch cubit, whereas the common cubit was 18 inches (the length of a man's arm from his elbow to the tip of his middle finger) or the royal cubit 20.5. Don't know where he got the 25.025 inch one. He claims that if you do some fancy multiplication with the dimensions of the Great Pyramid, you come up with 91,840,000, the exact number of miles from the earth to the sun (p. 12). But the unit we call a "mile" was not developed for millennia after the pyramid was built! He does the same with inches (page 13). He also refers to the year "zero" (there is no such year; we go from 1 B.C. to 1 A.D.)

BAD: He accepts the questionable theory of the Bible code, and theorizes that the ancient half-animal/half-man deities were actually genetic manipulations by the fallen angels. But if that is the case, how come there is no mention of them in the Bible? Such traumatic sights would surely have been referenced in Genesis or Exodus. The suggestion that there are still Nephilim hiding out in remote areas seems incredible to me.
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