The Christian truth that terrifies globalists


We took the boys to the Ramses II exhibition in Sydney this week. Except for a few of the usual woke rewritings of the historical narrative, it was a good day out for everyone. New Kingdom pharaohs have gotten a lot browner since when I was a kid, but what else can we expect? It is 2024.

As we finished and waited for the one-year-old to recharge with a bikkie for the walk back across the Domain, we sat down near the museum’s collection of indigenous artefacts from around the world.

A raven’s head mask from British Columbia caught my eye. It was rather striking.

The exhibit label text was the usual made-up word salad garbage that people who learned what to think at university write. It read the same as every textbook or normie media doco script—that indigenous peoples used animal masks and rituals to ‘forge connections between human, nature and spirits’. They just pretended they were ravens, bears or fuzzy-nosed armadillos because they were fantasy-inclined environmentalists.

Bollocks. These people weren’t stupid and they weren’t imagining things.

The indigenous peoples of British Columbia wore animal masks for the same reason Egyptian religious artists portrayed gods with animal heads or animal features.

The Bible writers and the early church well understood and accounted for these religious practices by people around the world; however, this understanding was lost by the early Middle Ages. The early church explanation portrays premodern and indigenous peoples in a far more sensible and dignified way than the postmodern academic one produced by our toxic, corrupt universities.

In order to recover this worldview, we need to begin in Genesis 6:

Now it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born to them, that the sons of God saw the daughters of men, that they were beautiful; and they took wives for themselves of all whom they chose.

And the Lord said, “My Spirit shall not strive with man forever, for he is indeed flesh; yet his days shall be one hundred and twenty years.” There were giants on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of men and they bore children to them. Those were the mighty men who were of old, men of renown.

Then the Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intent of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. And the Lord was sorry that He had made man on the earth, and He was grieved in His heart. So the Lord said, “I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth, both man and beast, creeping thing and birds of the air, for I am sorry that I have made them.” But Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord.

You’ll never hear a pastor or a priest give a sermon on this. They just skip over it. Yet the Bible is clear. Before the Flood, things had gotten very, very weird.1

The phrase ‘sons of God’ is bene ha Elohim in Hebrew. It is a phrase used elsewhere, such as in the Book of Job, to clearly refer to the heavenly host. It’s talking about what we call angels.

The class of angels2 specifically being referred to is outlined more fully in the Book of Daniel and the apocryphal Book of Enoch (which the Bible writers certainly were familiar with and even referred to several times). These angels are called the Watchers.

Two hundred rebellious Watchers descended to Earth during the time of Jared, Noah’s great-great-grandfather. According to Enoch and other apocrypha referenced in the Bible, these fallen angels descended to Earth at Mount Hermon (‘oath’) and took human wives to create a race of superhumans and be worshipped like the Most High.

Their children were the giants, Nephilim and gibborim (‘mighty men’) mentioned in Genesis above.

You can go skiing on Mount Hermon today. It’s the highest mountain in the region by far and is the most likely candidate for the Mount of Transfiguration, where Jesus revealed his divinity to Peter, James and John.

Jesus choosing Mount Hermon as the site to reveal his being as the true Son of God reveals how significant the rebellion of the Watchers has been throughout history. And most Christians know nothing about it.

The fallen angels and their children didn’t just make giants. The apocrypha also tell us that the Watchers and their giant children began to mix species and corrupt DNA by creating hybrids, part animal and part human. The giants became ever more ravenous, to the point they ate humans like we eat cattle.3

Ultimately, Yahweh was moved to destroy all life except for Noah and his family because Noah was ‘perfect in his generations’ (uncorrupted) and could, through his descendants, produce the Seed promised to Eve, who would undo the Fall in the Garden.

That’s Jesus. It’s why Christ is King, and it’s why Jesus’ favourite title for himself was Son of Man, not Son of God (although he is that, too). He came on a rescue mission for mankind.

You might be thinking by now that this article has lost its way.

So what?

What does this prove about the Bible being a threat to the globalists?

The reason this knowledge is feared by the anti-God, anti-Christian, globalist elite is that this same basic narrative of gods coming down from the sky and parenting superhuman giants who are then destroyed in a flood, which one family or couple survives in a boat, was maintained by pretty much every culture in every place on every continent around the world.

It’s the basis of the pagan religions. It’s in the Dreaming. It’s Quetzalcoatl and Vishnu and Zeus and Gilgamesh. It’s in the Percy Jackson novels. It’s the backdrop to Lord of the Rings. It’s the backdrop to Narnia.

It’s everywhere, and it’s entirely Biblical. The only difference is that what those religions call good and admirable, Christians know is evil and detestable.

According to the Bible, giants also survived the Flood. The region around Mount Hermon was heavily populated with them, which is why the Israelites had to exterminate them when they entered the Promised Land. Og was one of their kings, and Goliath was one of the last of them. David led the Israelites to finish off many of the remaining giants.

The Hebrew term used for giants after the Flood was Rephaim. The word could mean a giant, or it could mean a departed spirit in the afterlife that could be contacted by a medium.

The connection between giants and ‘unclean spirits’, or what the New Testament calls demons, is that when God killed the giants at the Flood their spirits had nowhere to go. They were not created by God, and so had no home to go to.

They became the roaming entities inhabiting the spirit world which humans can contact through rituals, such as wearing a raven mask and calling on the spirits nearby for protection, knowledge or power.

This is where what we call occult practices come from. The types of ritual practices used by the globalists to gain wealth and power in this world.

The early church fathers were the first to suppress knowledge about the Mount Hermon rebellion and the period of giant rule on Earth. Early theologians like St Augustine and Eusebius did this because they believed that burying this knowledge would help prevent the rise of heresies and pseudo-Christian cults that plagued the early church.

They may have been right, but by removing this historical information they cut Christianity off from its historical context and made it possible for humanists a millennium later to say that all Christianity had just been made up in the first place.

Those humanist elites have been telling us since the Enlightenment that religion is just imaginary, or some form of psychological cope for the misery of being human. Like I said before, that’s bollocks.

The sheer weight of confirmatory evidence from pre-modern cultures in the form of narratives, archaeological evidence (we haven’t even touched upon the megaliths), religious beliefs and ritual practices is totally overwhelming.

If you’re a believing Christian, or even if you’re not and you just want to understand how our culture has become so demonic since we gave up on Christianity in modern times, this historical background provides the answer.

Throughout the Ramses II exhibition, the academics who wrote the exhibit labels asserted vaguely that pharaohs and higher-status individuals were portrayed as larger than commoners simply to indicate status.

More bollocks. Yet again, we have to believe that pre-modern peoples were dumb and just imagined things to make themselves feel good. It’s a view based on no evidence whatsoever.

The use of colossal statuary and the association between elites and large stature was because ancient people groups remembered a time before the age of man. An age of hybrids, when fallen angels ruled the planet and were worshipped on high mountains around the world.

An age of giants.


To learn more about giants in the Bible, see Pastor Doug van Dorn’s book Giants: Sons of the Gods.


If you’re interested in what the Bible really says about angels, check out Dr. Michael Heiser’s book Angels.


If you wish to explore more about the pre-Flood world, check out the interviews on the podcast Blurry Creatures.

Originally published at Education Reformation.