I skipped some interesting things in chapters 9 and 10 of Thomas R. Horn’s delightful self-published fluff called Nephilim Stargates: the year 2012 and the return of the Watchers. The companion site contains only portions of what made it into the finished product. There’s a bit of fearmongering about DNA tweaking that may help the nephilim return to this realm. This is the bit that initial article about the book latched onto about transhumanism and what it might actually create beyond improved human beings. Horn’s concern here is that some of that junk DNA we’ve got kicking around might be leftover nephilim genes or something and it would be disastrous to muck about with them. And it was only a matter of time before we’d see Godwin’s law in action; on page 140 Horn declares that manipulating humans to become better genetically is too much like what Hitler was planning.
Anyway, moving into the last few chapters now, here’s a bit of chapter 11:
The question of whether beings of unknown origin truly interact with humans and at times somehow incarnate themselves through dimensional openings into three-dimensional (or four-dimensional if you add “time”) reality is supported by archaeological, historical and religious records, though not always standard anthropological or creation-models. Modern researchers are nevertheless increasingly convinced that something unexplainable did and perhaps still is happening in this regard.
Horn quotes from a couple sources who believe the aliens are among us already and that the similarity to stories about angels and demons is not something that can be ignored. Plus, their obsession with abducting people is all part of some giant super breeding program. Then Horn’s back to quoting from his own damned fiction book as if that’s some sort of validation of the facts. Thirteen flippin’ pages of it! You know, if I wanted to read The Ahriman Gate, I’d go find it.
The start of part 12 reminds me of why I’m suspicious of heavy use of ellipses. I haven’t changed this paragraph one iota:
“A large part of the available UFO literature . . . deals with subjects like mental telepathy, automatic writing and invisible entities . . . poltergeist manifestations and ‘possession.’ Many . . . UFO reports . . . recount alleged incidents that are strikingly similar to demonic possession and psychic phenomena.”
It wouldn’t be hard to add some words and change the whole meaning, though:
A large part of the available UFO literature is made up to entertain and any writer that deals with subjects like mental telepathy, automatic writing and invisible entities knows they’re ridiculous notions that are included for a lark, as are references to poltergeist manifestations and ‘possession.’ Many junior tabloid reporters start with UFO reports because they’re easiest to fabricate; just invent a small town hick and have him recount alleged incidents that are strikingly similar to demonic possession and psychic phenomena.
That was fun.
Alien abduction appears to be a hellish experience for everyone who claims it’s happened. Nobody seems to enjoy it for some reason. It’s never an intergalactic tea party with really out of this world biscuits. Shame, really. Then again, I don’t really know what they’d want with us anyway. Oh right, to make hybrid babies that they can leave on our planet as an eventual means of a take-over, like the anti-christ is rumoured to be, some sort of demon-human mix. Horn quotes from his own fictional work a bit more and then writes,
If the Antichrist is in fact at length the physical offspring of a demon, not only will he be the exact opposite of Jesus (son of God), but the forerunner of the return of the Nephilim. This fact could be extremely important given that the prophet Isaiah (chapters 13 and 14) tied the return of the Nephilim to the destruction of the city of Babylon in the end of days (look to current war activities in Iraq).
I thought the U.S. was in Iraq to find the stargate buried under the sand so they could use it themselves.
I pause here for hysterical laughter.
A brief pause also for a definition of the word Nimrod. Huh. Great hunter? Cripes, it’s always been an insult where I came from. Good going, Nimrod, you really fucked that up. I see Bugs Bunny gets the credit for first derogatory use of the word when referring to Elmer Fudd’s inability to catch him. Good going, Bugs.
Horn discusses Nimrod of the bible in chapter 13, he who gets credit for the Tower of Babel. I never learned that story growing up as a kid but apparently God didn’t like the idea of this nephilim trying to build a gateway to heaven and God knocked it over and scattered humanity all over the globe like nuclear fall-out. That’s the reason given for why there are so many races and languages. That Nimrod.
Horn also quotes a bit from this guy, David E. Flynn, who wrote a book called Cydonia: the secret chronicles of Mars. Turns out that heaven might have been synonymous with Mars. Yes, Nimrod was wanting to build a space elevator to that prison planet where all the evil rebels were tucked away out of sight but maybe not out of mind.
I can’t even make fun of that. It’s already ludicrous.
He quotes a couple verses from the books of Daniel (2:43) and Genesis (3:15) then comes to the conclusion that they prove Satan has kids hidden somewhere behind the gates. Kids born of human women, I might add, and one of them may very well be the anti-Christ. How does he know?
He will seemingly possess a transcendent wisdom that enables him to solve problems and offer solutions to many of today’s most perplexing issues. His popularity will be widespread, and his fans will include young and old, religious and non-religious, male and female. Talk show hosts will interview his colleagues, news anchors will cover his movements, scholars will applaud his uncanny ability at resolving what has escaped the rest of us, and the poor will bow down at his table. He will, in every human way, appeal to the best idea of society. But his profound comprehension and irresistible presence will be the result of an invisible network of thousands of years of collective knowledge. He will represent the embodiment of a very old and super-intelligent spirit. As Jesus Christ was the “seed of the woman” (Gen. 3:15), he will be the “seed of the serpent.” Although his arrival in the form of a man was foretold by numerous Scriptures, the broad masses of the world will not recognize him as the ultimate transgenic incarnation—the “beast” of Revelation 13:1.
I suppose this could be used as proof that Barack Obama meets all the qualifications. Horn, and others like him, fear the “New World Order” concept that a lot of politicians are fond of mentioning signals the beginning of the end.
Final chapter, finally – much of it is a summary of ideas he advanced in the book and a few pages of works cited. He did research this, I’ll grant him that. But how serious can you take articles with titles like UFO’s on the Moon 3 or ET lives…and he’s Christian!
Ah well, anyway. That’s that for this book. This has gone on long enough. Next time I’ll be pulling a few essays from Forbidden History edited by J. Douglas Kenyon. I’ll skim through the book this weekend and see what ones will be most enjoyable. Kenyon had so many contributions for this thing he had to use really small print to fit them all in. They’re all from a bimonthly journal called Atlantis Rising, which gives you some small clue as to content, right there. A good time to be had, to be sure.