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Josephus, "Whereby they made God to be their enemy; for many angels of God accompanied with women, and begat sons that proved unjust, and despisers of all that was good, on account of the confidence they had in their own strength, for the tradition is that these men did what resembled the acts of those whom the Grecians call giants." Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews" 3:1
The Greeks Myths state that the Olympians, or giants, were half god and half man -- products o
f unions between gods(Titans) and humans.

           Matrix comparing fallen angels and nephilim with Greek Myths
Holy  Angels fallen angels

nephilim

Titans Olympians

Michael

Samlazaz, leader

Giants  

Gaea

Zeus, leader

Uriel

Araklba

Rephaim

Cronus, leader

Poseidon

Raphael

Rameel

Gibborim

Uranus

Hades

Gabriel

Kokablel

Evil spirits

Rhea

Hestia

Saraqael

Tamlel

Wicked spirits

Oceanus

Hera

Raguel

Ramlel

marvelous big men

Tethys

Ares

Remiel

Danel

made himself a god

Hyperion

Athena

Zotiel

Ezeqeel

judges, rulers

Mnemosyne

Apollo

Archangels
(
chief of angels)

Baraqijal

children of fornication

Themis

Aphrodite

Archistratege(Michael)

Asael

reprobates

Iapetus

Hermes

 

Armaros

bastards

Coeus

Artemis

 

Batarel

Josephus:

Crius

Hephaestus

 

Ananel

“Grecians call giants”

Phoebe

 
 

Zaq1el

Gilgamesh epic:

Thea

 
 

Samsapeel

Gilgamesh

Prometheus

 
 

Satarel

Enkidu

Epimetheus

 
 

Turel

Bible:

Atlas

 
 

Jomjael

Anakim

Metis

 
 

Sariel

Emim

   
 

Grigori

Goliath of gath

   
 

Satanail

Og king of Bashan

   
 

 Grigori (Watchers)Satanail

Valley of Rephaim    Nimrod

   
   

Ammonites Zamzummi

 

    

The principal gods of Greek mythology.
Note:Hephaestus is often said to be only Hera's son, and Aphrodite is usually said to be born of sea foam.


Note: This is only a small part of Zeus' many lovers and their offspring. The number of his consorts, and nymphs he abducted and fathered children on, is well over a hundred. Covered here are the most important ones.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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