Nephilim Stargates: The Year 2012 and the Return of the Watchers

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One myth from the history of every great civilization spoke of beings descending from heaven and using human and animal DNA to create giant offspring. Rabbinical authorities, Septuagint translators and early church fathers understood this as a factual record of history. The phenomenon began with the “Watchers” who spawned “Nephilim” resulting in judgment from God. The ancients also knew Bible passages that predict the Nephilim will return when Iraq and Iran are invaded and destroyed. Is this prophecy about to be ...
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One myth from the history of every great civilization spoke of beings descending from heaven and using human and animal DNA to create giant offspring. Rabbinical authorities, Septuagint translators and early church fathers understood this as a factual record of history. The phenomenon began with the “Watchers” who spawned “Nephilim” resulting in judgment from God. The ancients also knew Bible passages that predict the Nephilim will return when Iraq and Iran are invaded and destroyed. Is this prophecy about to be fulfilled? Is man, in his rush to play god through biological weapons, biotechnology, and genetic manipulation, opening gateways to a supernatural unknown? Nephilim Stargates and the Return of the Watchers is a glimpse into this past, present, and future phenomena, with an eye on what sages and scientists believe and what futurists and prophets may fear.

Thomas Horn is CEO of Raiders News Network, a syndicated columnist, and the bestselling author of The Ahriman Gate. He has written two other books as well as dozens of published editorials and magazine articles. His works have been referred to by writers of the LA Times Syndicate, MSNBC, Christianity Today, Coast to Coast, World Net Daily, and White House Correspondents. Thomas resides outside Portland, Oregon.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780978845315
  • Publisher: Anomalos Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 7/28/2007
  • Pages: 232
  • Sales rank: 418,930
  • Product dimensions: 5.59 (w) x 8.47 (h) x 0.56 (d)

Meet the Author

Thomas Horn is CEO of Raiders News Network, a syndicated columnist, and the bestselling author of The Ahriman Gate. He has written two other books as well as dozens of published editorials and magazine articles. His works have been referred to by writers of the LA Times Syndicate, MSNBC, Christianity Today, Coast to Coast, World Net Daily, and White House Correspondents. Thomas resides outside Portland, Oregon.
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  • Posted April 26, 2010

    Nephilim Stargates Closed

    Whereas I enjoyed Tom Horn's Apollyon 2012, this one was a disappointment.
    He never made his case concerning WHAT or WHERE stargates are, and he uses text from another of his books (Ahriman) to emphasize vague points in this book. In addition, since I have been a researcher in UFO/ET/Ancient Earth History for over 46 years, he has a few errors. For example, the Mayan god Quetzalcoatl was not demonic and was pro-Man, and Apollo should not be confused with Apollyon, nor is Apollo = Osiris = Horus. Lastly, he does not appear to understand the Anu - Enlil - Enki relationship and mislabels
    Enlil (viz., Sumerian Anunnaki info) as if he doesn't really know Sitchin's material that well.

    Whereas he correctly identifies UFOs as interdimensional, he goes on to assume and label them as demonic which point he also does not substantiate
    largely because they aren't demonic. While there are 'good' UFOs and 'bad' UFOs, assuming them to be demonic because Keel and Vallee posited that possibility, does not hold water. It is true that both UFO abductees and victims of Satanic/occult abuse have many psychological issues in common, but both experiences are fraught with PTS syndrome -- the avg human psyche folds up easily under both types of "beyond the norm" experiences. Humans are fragile... which is why we don't have disclosure.

    Lastly, there were Nephilim and there are stargates/portals which have been abused, but it is just HIS new idea that the Nephilim have used them.
    "Portal" is a term germane to the occult world and it is this link with the ETs that Horn tries to make, but fails. He apparently has no familiarity with Quantum Physics and so misses the opportunity to redefine "stargate" in quantum, even holographic, terms and go for a link to the wormhole concept of interstellar travel (Dr. Michio Kaku makes this connection).

    On the whole Nephilim Stargates is an interesting book, but don't expect to be enlightened about stargates. In addition, be ready for a lot of Biblical references to demons and powers of the astral realm, and you will learn a lot about the Nephilim.

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2010

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    Not very informative

    I was greatly disappointed that the book never really elaborated on it statement that there was a prophecy about the Nephilim returning after the fall of Iran and Iraq. Over all I found the book disorganized and chaotic, lacking any coherent train of thought. If you are new to researching the Nephilim, this is not the book for you as it makes numerous references to related concepts without any supporting information or clarification. Even the Bible verses quoted were disjointed and without much elaboration. I would not buy the book if I had known what I now know about it. Save your money and buy the 12th Planet by Sitchin instead. It has much more information about the Nephilim.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2013

    TO ALIC

    If ur looked out o to res 11

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2012

    Cover picture is a bit misleading

    Seriously, its a picture of the stargate from stargate SG-1. If you're going to write a book with the word stargate in the title, at least use artwork not ripped from the tv show.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted April 1, 2013

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