Men of Old, Men of Renown -- The History of the Nephilim

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"As you can see, commentaries are divided on who exactly the Nephilim really are. Therefore, we can make no definite statement on who the Nephilim really were."

Finally, the confusion is over!

 

This book is for:

Whoever reads the biblical "book of Genesis" and gets the feeling that there's a lot longer the book could be ...

Whoever is interested in such exotic subjects as that of Atlantis, the ancient giants and heroes of men etc.

Whoever seeks, for these subjects, rational and logical explanations, not wild and misleading "Nephilim = extraterrestrials" bunkum like this!


Table of Contents

 

 

Introductory Notes         6

1: The Primordial Age     9

1.1: Before 10,000 BC     9

1.1.1 Eru Ilúvatar              9

1.1.2 The Timeless Halls9

1.1.3 The Ainur  10

1.1.4 the Ainulindalë       11

1.1.5 Melkor       11

1.1.5.1 Ea = Arda (Ancient Afroeurasia) + Atlantis (Ancient Americas)      12

1.1.6 The center of Ea    13

1.1.7 The Secret fire at the centre Of Ea14

1.1.8 On the metaphoric meaning of the sea and water14

1.1.9 Ancient Gaia, the Earth Mother in Afroeurasia         16

1.2: 10,800 BC to 9,500 BC – The Mysterious War               18

1.2.-1 ca. 10,000 BC: The Great War and Evacuation of Atlanteans to Afroeurasia                20

1.2.-1.1 Theory of a First War – Sociological reconstruction of the First war            21

1.2.0 The Natufian culture in the Levant                22

1.2.1 Göbekli Tepe          24

1.2.1.1: The PPNA culture             27

1.2.1.2 The Göbekli Tepe order's influence in Europe      29

1.3 The post-Göbekli Tepe Order              29

1.3.1: Regime change in the Himalayas   29

1.3.2 Ca. 8000 BC – A P0 dictatorship lords over Arda        31

1.3.3 Troubled waters: PPNB Culture in the Levant (8700 - 6000 BC)          33

1.3.4 Almaren – the city of the Valar0     34

1.3.4.1 The Vanyar category of elves       34

1.4: Ca. 7000 BC: The rise of Tulkasian Melkor      36

1.4.1 - Utumno – the fortress of Melkor                37

1.4.2 The City of Almaren             38

1.4.3 6200 BC: Melkor's victory -- the 8.2 kiloyear event  40

1.4.4 - 6000 BC: The p0s begin encircling Middle Earth      43

1.5: The Creationists’ War - The Origins of the Nephilim46

1.5.1: 5600 BC: The Creationists’ War       46

1.5.2: The Creation of Adam and Eve       54

1.5.2.1 The two trees     55

1.5.2.2: The Avari supporters of Melkor57

1.5.3: Confirming the dating of creation to 5600 BC           58

1.5.4 The various political offshoots after the 5600 BC war             60

1.5.4.1 Elwe and the grey Elves, Ulmo et al.          61

1.5.4.2 The Feanorean Nephilim - the 7 lines of the Noldor           66

1.5.4.3: The Nandor and Avari    69

1.5.4.4:  Finwe, the leader of the Noldor               71

1.5.4.5:  The Sons of Feanor        77

1.5.4.6 The Melkorian Nephilim - the central 3 lines of the Noldor1           84

1.5.5 The Original Sin Hypothesis (Optional)         88

1.5.5.1 The Noldor0         89

1.5.5.2 Elu Thingol            91

1.6 4800 BC: The Oath of the Nephilim    94

1.6.1 Melkor is freed      94

1.6.2 Feanor creates the Silmarils; Silmarils location theory           94

1.6.3 The Capital City of the Noldor          100

1.6.3.1 The Asgard Location Theory          100

1.6.3.2 The eternal battle for controlling Odin, the leader of Asgard          105

1.6.3.3 Asgard is stolen from Feanor        105

1.6.4 The Oath of the Fallen Angels          110

1.6.4.1 Prelude to the Oath         110

1.6.4.2 The Oath of Feanor          111

1.6.4.3 The Kinslaying     117

1.6.5 The doom of Mandos          120

1.7 Spiralling of the clash               123

1.7.1 Asgard is retaken  123

1.7.1.0 The rise of the ‘Hero of Humanity’             123

1.7.1.1 The First battle of Beleriand and the Battle under Stars    125

1.7.1.2 The sophists rant against Feanor                128

1.7.1.3 The tribulations of the sophists   129

1.7.2 The ten lines of the Noldor, and the Amras faction (the source of Loki)        130

1.7.3 The battle for meta-Mehrgarh        134

1.7.4 Ereshkigal takes to the Netherworld            137

2: Years of the Sun          141

2.0 The Rise of the Sun God and Moon God         141

2.1 The rise of "Men"     144

2.2 The Fisherman in Asgard       146

2.3 The rise of Nargothrond and Gondolin            147

2.3.1 Gondolin   148

2.3.2 Nargothrond           150

2.4 Morgoth goes to the Far East – rise of the Sky God   151

2.4.1 The Atanatari          156

2.5 4600 BC: Angband is besieged             159

2.5.1 The Houses of Men              164

Appendix 1: Timeline of Arda: First Age (until Years of the Sun, 150)         168

"Events outside of time                168

Arda events       168

Valian years        168

Years of the Lamps          168

Years of the Trees           169

First Age              169

Years of the Sun in the First Age                172

Appendix 2 – Glossary of Abbreviations                174

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