70 Generations, Fallen Angels and the Nephilim

10 Aug
The Fallen angels who slept with women in Noah’s day were bound for 70 generations according to the book of Enoch? ARE THEY NOW UNBOUND?

And the Lord said unto Michael: “Go bind Semjaza and his associates who have united themselves with them in their uncleanness. And when their sons hav slain one another, and they have seen the destruction of their beloved ones, bind them fast for 70 generations in the valleys of the earth, til the day of their judgment and of their consummation, till the judgment that is for ever and ever is consummated.”

Referring back to the 9th chapter, we find out WHY Samjaza and the fallen angels under his oversight were bound. it was because 200 fallen angels in the days of Noah defiled themselves by having sex with women. Sex with another species was certainly a violation of God’s law that prohibits sex between angels and humans. Yet even more seriously, since there are no female angels created by God, angels were not even designed by God to procreate.

Since ever increasingly I am being contact by women and men who claim that spirit beings are raping them in today’s 21st century, it causes me to wonder whether or not in these times, the fallen angels and their demonic offspring called the Nephilim have been released from their bonds of incarceration where they abide,—–beneath the surface of the earth.

In order to calculate where time stands relative to 70 years from the generation of Noah, I first had to figure out the length of a scriptural definition of a generation. Beginning with the generation of Abraham, a descendant of Noah, there are 14 generations to King David. From David to the exile to Babylon is another fourteen generations. From Babylon to the Lord’s ascension is another 14. Forty-two (42) generations.

Let us keep on adding!

From the Lord’s ascension to the 21st century is about 2000 years. Most concur that a generation is about 30 years. If so, 2020 divided by 30 is about 66 generations, added to the old testament generations 42, I estimate that from Abraham to today is about 108 generations, remembering that going back to Noah, even more generations could be added to the 108.

Finally, I subtracted the 70 years from 108, and it seems that the angels who fell in the generation of Noah have not been bound for more than 38 generations, a total of about 9 centuries. So this raises the following question. Considering that those of the original 200 fallen angels that were released from bondage about 9 centuries ago, somewhere between 1120-1140 AD or thereabouts, what evidence is there in history of that release?

Who stands out is Thomas Aquinas.

Even though there were several predecessors who were at the forefront of demonology including Augustine, Socrates and Plato, Aquinas was the first to highlight spirit sex between humans and evil spirits.

Aquinas was born in 1225 and died on March 7, 1274, around the time that 70 generations may have ended and the incarcerated fallen angels were released.

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5 Responses to “70 Generations, Fallen Angels and the Nephilim”

  1. matzah7 August 11, 2019 at 7:34 am #

    There “sentence” has to be done by now. Since, God will destroy them at the final time destined for them, and that time is not now. The Lord predicted the endtimes as the days of Noah, and the days of Noah had these very same issues at hand.
    What I have come to realize is the severity of global deception, immorality, spiritual idolatry, sexual profanity, and sin is at the same level as it was in the days of Noah. And to the shock is that out of the entire world, only 8 souls were saved…….
    this really gives insight to how few will be saved out from the destruction and judgment against the world, as the Lord said the way of life is narrow.
    People need to wake up to see, and to test the spirits. As Pastor Pam mentioned, she has been counseling over hundreds of people tormented and having sexual encounters with these wicked entities. These fallen angels are over the world’s systems—religious, political, and spiritual and are carrying out the Antichrist era.

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    • pastorps911 August 11, 2019 at 8:39 am #

      You make a great point here that I never thought of. ONLY 8 people were saved from the flood in Noah’s day. NOW THAT IS A FEW!!!! Believers with false conversions are so many, that clearly, only a few are actually born again. Consequently, only a few are even qualified to be standing when the Lord returns. That Rapture teaching is really a fantasy.

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      • matzah7 August 11, 2019 at 12:42 pm #

        Yes, I literally didn’t even realize it. I mean there may have been less people on the earth, but still take 8 people out of 800 million and that’s 0.000001% of the population. If you take that same percent of people today with our population now, that’s only 80 people….. needless to say a FEW.
        The error of the rapture teaching is that when God’s people get caught up in the cloud the last trumpet sounds it’s will be during or before the tribulation. BUT, it’s CLEAR the tribulation will happen before the last trumpet, the first resurrection and when God’s people are caught up with the Lord to reign with Him for 1,000 years.

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  2. pastorps911 August 10, 2019 at 5:40 pm #

    Reblogged this on pamsheppardpublishing and commented:

    The amount of people willingly but mostly against their will in sexual relations with evil spirit is startling. the New Idolatry exposes it all.

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    • matzah7 August 11, 2019 at 7:37 am #

      Yes, the New Idolatry is a MUST read. The book clearly address the issues of fallen angels and understanding their plan. It is also helpful for others to be able to TEST the spirits and avoid passivity. The book also helped me understand my addiction to church, and how idolatry does not always mean PHYSICAL objects, but can be unseen and SPIRITUAL.

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