By Timothy Fitzpatrick
February 3, 2022 Anno Domini
Late Soviet Jewish mathematician Matest Mendelevich Agrest suggested in 1994 that world Jewry held a closely guarded key to unlocking alleged secrets of the ancient astronaut hypothesis.
Agrest, himself a proponent of the ancient astronaut belief that human origins are extraterrestrial, wrote in an article of the November/December 1994 issue of Ancient Skies that Kabbalist and leading medieval Talmud scholar Moshe Ben Nackhman-Ramban (Nachmanides) was concealing the “Nephilim secret” from non-Jews and that the ancient astronaut theory derived from Ramban.
“Ramban’s answer is to be understood only as it was used by the Talmudists,” Agrest wrote. “When one of them did not want to reveal a secret or even to discuss any problem, they used the sentence: Urwa parakh. That means, “Look, a crow has flown by” and it was not dishonourable. Ramban’s answer confirmed the assertion that Ramban had always considered that the deep cabbala ideas were only for the chosen ones.”
The alleged secret centres on a Talmudic or Kabbalist interpretation of a verse from the Bible, Genesis 6:4, which says that the Sons of God (perhaps angels) bore children with the daughters of Adam, resulting in strange offspring, interpreted either as giants or fallen/mighty ones (Hebrew: Nephilim; Greek: γίγαντες). Mainstream Biblical scholars seem split down the middle between the two interpretations (giants or angelic beings). One side says angels can’t procreate, the other says they can. While Ramban’s interpretation might have truth to it, it seems his conclusions, in light of what the Kabbalah teaches (divination, necromancy, etc.), are intentional lies.
Although Agrest, Zecharia Sitchin, and Erich von Däniken may be credited with developing the ancient astronaut theory (also ancient alien, paleocontact theory), Agrest may be correct that it actually originates with Ramban (or with the Talmud/Kabbalah).
“I first read Rambam’s impressive commentary in Israel two months after my lecture at the Ancient Astronaut Society’s 20th Anniversary World Conference in 1993, where I had publicly expressed the same ideas about the meaning of Genesis 6:4,” wrote Agrest. “Had I known about Ramban’s commentary 35 years ago when I wrote the article The Astronauts of Yore, where I used Genesis 6:4 in favour of the paleocontact hypothesis, I would have called it the ‘Hypothesis of Ramban’. It is not too late to do it now.”
Ramban’s commentary on Genesis 6:4 reads:
“But the Midrash ‘Pyrkey Rabbi Eliezer’ (chap. 22), which is mentioned in the Talmud treatise ‘Juma’ explains the word Hanphilim as Messengers fallen from the sky. That is the best commentary for the verse Genesis VI, 4. But to explain the secret contained in this verse, it is necessary to write very much.”
In 2013, I wrote an article linking crop circles, UFOs, and Kabbalah and how an alien deception might be used to trick the world into worshipping the BEAST system or anti-Christ as part of an apocalyptic strategy. This admission by Agrest seems to corroborate that theory. Although ancient astronaut theorists use the Bible to support their ultimate claims that space aliens created us to eventually evolve to godhood (tie in with the New Age agenda), it’s a grand deception. It seems that angels can and have procreated with humans and that the offspring were indeed either demons or fallen angels (perhaps they are one and the same). Regardless, it would be a clever move for fallen angels/demons to manifest as not only techno-enhanced space beings that fly around in craft abducting people along the way (for sex magic—disguised as medical experimentation) but also as gods of the various religions throughout time (Ra, Horus, Vishnu, Jupiter, Allah, etc.). They lay down a bunch of mysterious monoliths and pyramids early on so that they can later use them to authenticate their claims of being our creators, while the true God of the Bible is shunned as an outdated superstition. The Communist conspiracy bolsters this narrative by rallying humanity around the promise of unity, peace, equality, and environmental preservation—something alleged alien abductees claim is central to the message transmitted by their captors.
The authors of the 1975 book UFOs: What on Earth is happening? perhaps give us a clue to Jewry’s “Nephilim secret”.
“The Qabala, a secret tradition of mysticism, offered certain privileged initiates the capability of communing with the ‘aerial people’.”
Other cultures that seem to worship these fallen angels often refer to their gods as the “star people”. It seems the Kabbalah is referring to the same when it speaks of the “aerial people”, or as Genesis 6:4 and the Book of Enoch call them, the fallen ones (fell from the sky), headed by the chief fallen one Satan.
“Qabalism is considered one of three Master Rituals in magic practice, and reportedly producing effects quite parallel to those associated with UFOs. Swirling clouds of vapour and rays of light are seen, and the practitioner may experience possession or psychic assault.”
Freemasonry, which is based in the Jewish Kabbalah, teaches the existence of extraterrestrials.
As deceptive as they are, astronaut theorists will admit that Genesis 6:4 is indeed talking about fallen angels coming to the Earth to impregnate human women, but then they spin it to say that fallen angels are actually extraterrestrials who created us. It’s like the rest of the Bible doesn’t exist. I suspect that Ramban is suggesting exactly the same thing as the rest of the godless ancient alien theorists, who are nothing more than modernized pagans. Incidentally, the popular History Channel television show Ancient Aliens has a resident Kabbalist Jew, rabbi Ariel Bar Tzadok, who uses the Bible to advance their ancient astronaut lies.
We know that Satan is ultimately the author of the Talmud and Kabbalah, so he attempts to get God’s creation to worship himself and his minion demons who pose as the gods of old and space aliens (as if hyper-dimensional demons and angels needed machines to travel).
“Without citing scores of cases here, it is possible to realize that the features listed above as pertaining to demons crop up again and again in UFO reports.”
Perhaps Jewish occultist/magician Uri Geller has tapped into Ramban’s “Nephilim secret” when he channels messages from spirits—spirits who admit to manifesting as UFOs.
The institutionalized lying and crypsis of world Jewry is well documented. Ramban’s “Nephilim secret” reminds me of the Jewish command to deceive non-Jews about the timing of the prophet Daniel’s Seventy Weeks prophecy.
Although non-canonical but accepted by the Catholic Church as inspired, the Book of Enoch makes it clear that these fallen beings—whatever they are—mentioned in Genesis 6:4 are enemies of humanity and God, not some ancient beings who created us. Incidentally, the Book of Enoch affirms the Holy Trinity by way of recognizing the incarnation of the Messiah as a man. But that doesn’t matter to the Kabbalists. They have to pretend that there is an additional secret book of Enoch (from which is derived “Enochian magic”) as a means of nullifying the inspired message prophesying of Jesus Christ.
“He was a defender of Maimonedes Rationalism,” Agrest went on to say about Ramban, “and at the same time one of the greatest cabalists and the first of them to openly develop the ideas of cabbala and to use some of them in his well known commentaries on the Bible.”
Christ warned us of the “traditions of men”—the Kabbalah and Babylonian Talmud—which make the Word of God null and void. Only by clinging to Him can we discern the happenings in our time. We shall see how the alien agenda unfolds and if it is indeed central to the looming anti-Christ deception. The “return of the Nephilim” and their chief angel Satan could be imminent as the entire world unravels.
- Weldon, John and Levitt, Zola, UFOs: What on Earth is Happening, 1975, Harvest House Publishers, United States of America, page 106. ↑
- Gregory, Janet, Similarities in UFO and Demon Lore, Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 17, No. 2. ↑