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Author and researcher L.A. Marzulli discussed evidence for Nephilim in the Americas including skeletons of giants unearthed in the U.S., and archeological formations which pre-date Native American culture. He also shared an update on how current events are shaping up to fulfill biblical prophecy. He announced that he's looking for someone to assist him in filing a Freedom of Information request, regarding the Smithsonian Institution's confiscation of the bones of giants from the Ohio Valley around the end of the 19th century. He wants to take some DNA sampling of the bones, that may have belonged to the Nephilim (fallen angels). Citing the research of Fritz Zimmerman (who'll be speaking with Marzulli at the upcoming Nephilim Mounds Conference), bones of the giants found in the Ohio mounds were said to be from beings who were 7 to 12 feet in height, with six-fingered hands, double rows of teeth, and red hair.Further, there are accounts of giants' remains on Catalina Island-- in the 1920s-30s, mounds were exhumed there, and bones of giants who were in some sort of battle were found, and yet again the bones were secreted away, Marzulli continued. The reason the bones are kept from the public is that they go against Darwinian theory, and are not entirely human, he suggested. Many of the mound sites in Ohio have been covered up, with buildings constructed on top of them, he added.Marzulli spoke about a coming great deception (as prophesied in the Bible), which could involve the creation of a new race of Nephilim-- people who take the "Mark of the Beast" may be offered the chance to live hundreds of years, disease free. The alien implants studied by Dr. Roger Leir may be a prototype for the 'Mark,' capable of changing a person's DNA, he said. Additionally, Marzulli shared accounts of sinister Black-Eyed Children (related article), NDEs, and Torah Codes. WikipediaThe Nephilim (play /nflm/) were on the earth when the "sons of God" (either fallen angels or those from the line of Seth) and the "daughters of men" (either men or those from the line of Cain) began to inter-marry according to Genesis 6:4; and were giants who inhabited Canaan according to Numbers 13:33. A similar biblical Hebrew word with different vowel-sounds is used in Ezekiel 32:27 to refer to dead Philistine warriors likely referring to the Philistine giant Goliath.Bible prophecy or biblical prophecy is typically the prediction of future events based on the action, function, or faculty of a prophet. Such passages are widely distributed throughout the Bible, but those most often cited are from Ezekiel, Daniel, Matthew 24, Matthew 25, and Revelation. Believers in biblical prophecy engage in exegesis and hermeneutics of scriptures which they believe contain descriptions of global politics, natural disasters, the future of the nation of Israel, the coming of a Messiah and a Messianic Kingdom, and the ultimate destiny of humankind.Some prophecies in the Bible are conditional, with either the conditions implicitly assumed or explicitly stated. Some prophetic passages are depicted as direct statements from God while other statements are expressed as the privileged perspective of the biblical author considered to be a prophet. The Biblical prophets are usually considered to have received revelations from God, subsequently recording them in the relevant writings.OverviewHebrew Bible prophets often warn the Israelites to repent of their sins and idolatries, with the threat of punishment or reward. Blessings and ruinations are attributed to the deity. According to believers in Bible prophecy, many of these prophecies are viewed as having been fulfilled within later passages.A second prophetic theme is the coming of a Messiah: Christians believe that these Messianic prophecies are fulfilled by Christ Jesus, while followers of Rabbinic Judaism still await the arrival of the Jewish Messiah and other signs of Jewish eschatology. Most Christians believe many messianic prophecies will be fulfilled with the Second Coming of Christ, though some Christians (Full Preterism) believe that all Messianic prophecies have already been fulfilled. Rabbinic Judaism does not separate the original coming of the Messiah and the advent of the Messianic Age. For details of the differences, see Christianity and Judaism.Another major theme concerns the "end times", or "last days", particularly according to the Revelation of John.