Sumerian Nephilim

So, after the Flood, not fallen angels, but they are a hybrid, Nephilim, people were like gods, and teachers. Most of these Nephilim were amphibians.

Fig.: Austen Henry Layard: Niniveh und seine Überreste London 1854

Eusebius, in his retelling Berossa «Chronicon», wrote: “In the first year came from the Red Sea (Gulf), in a place that near Babylon (from the author: that Schumer), a terrible creature by the name” Oan ” and as Apollodorus tells the body it was all fishy, ​​and out of … fish heads, grew another head, and likewise human legs have grown close to the fish’s tail. Voice as he was human. Picture it, and even now remains. That being said, he conducted a few days among the people, without taking any food, and taught people to read, and mathematics, and ownership of all sorts of arts, taught to live in cities, to found temples, to establish laws and geometry taught and shown how to collect grains and fruits, and generally taught everything that relates to the cultural life. Since that time nothing more has not been invented. With the sun being so, Oan, dived back into the sea, and spent the nights in the depths. Because it was an amphibian.
Later there were other creatures such as this, which, as he says, is told in the royal records. Oan wrote a story about the creation and the state system and gave it to the people “1.
Беросс.Вавилонская история.

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