Book Review: Archon Invasion: The Rise, Fall and Return of the Nephilim


Title: Archon Invasion: The Rise, Fall and Return of the Nephilim
Author: Rob Skiba


Giant grapes create new questions,

I have a tendency to believe that the Bible, especially the old testament, reflects more like a book of history than fiction. If you look at the technology we have today, and even move it back 30 or 40 years in time, accounts of what you would have seen would seem to be fantasies not fact. The author Rob Skiba tries to make sense of the Nephilim using the Bible and other texts. The Bible says that the fallen angels mated with women and begot giants. It also says that the Giants were there before and after the flood. The author poses the possible theory that genes of the giants may have been transmitted through the wives of Noah’s descendants. I’ve always wondered about the fallen Angels offspring either being giants or men of renown. The Bible also mentions giant grapes (Numbers) that the Israelites found. This points to the idea of genetically modified food for the Nephilim. If we could genetically modify grapes today to be giant sized, would we still have hunger in parts of the world? With that technology, talked about the Bible, seem more advanced than today’s? The book made me think along different lines even though I didn’t agree with all of his theories, it was worth the time to read.
— The Crackpot (aka Kenneth Hoffman)

Rating:                     4-Stars