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Definition and Etymology of "Rephaim"

The name "Rephaim," by which this uniquely sexual progeny was known, derives from the word RAPHA (Strong's Ref. # 7497) meaning "invigorating"; which adjective is directly derived from the noun "vigor," which definitions include: {nouns} strength, energy, lustihood, stamina, virility, {adjectives} hard, potent, masculine, male, virile. Thus the very name "Rephaim" was apparently very specifically and accurately chosen to identify a unique sexual characteristic of this "fallen" race for which it was condemned and persecuted anciently.

As further defined by more contemporary sources:

"The tradition in Genesis 6:4 may reflect the Canaanite myth of the birth of minor gods from the union of El (God) and human women. The conception of the Rephaim as supermen may reflect the Canaanite tradition of defunct kings as rp'um, or Dispensers of fertility. The identity in tradition of 'the fallen ones' of Genesis 6:4 and the Rephaim is supported by the nature of the latter in Proverbs 2:18; Job 26:5 and Phoenician funerary inscriptions."   
 - John Gray, Near Eastern Mythology

last paragraph at:   (emphasis added)


"Rephaim: lofty men; giants, (Gen. 14:5; 2 Sam. 21:16, 18, marg. A.V., Rapha, marg. R.V., Raphah; Deut. 3:13, R.V.; A.V., 'giants'). The aborigines of Palestine, afterwards conquered and dispossessed by the Canaanite tribes, are classed under this general title. They were known to the Moabites as Emim, i.e., 'fearful', (Deut. 2:11), and to the Ammonites as Zamzummim. Some of them found refuge among the Philistines, and were still existing in the days of David. We know nothing of their origin. They were not necessarily connected with the 'giants' (R.V., "Nephilim") of Gen. 6:4."    (emphasis added)

- Read Entire Article HERE

Thus, a simple analysis of just the name given this unique race describes them as "virile" "dispensers of fertility" to an apparent extent far greater than that of ordinary men ("supermen"). It further defines them as being "not necessarily connected with the 'giants'" reputed in some accounts to have resulted from the Watchers' sexual involvement with women, thus they were most likely not the 9-foot-tall giants claimed.



Women also Vilified by Males for their "Insatiable" "Carnal Lust"

Just as the multiorgasmic male descendants of the "Fallen Angels" were vilified as evil by mono-orgasmic males, so have women been similiarly vilified for likewise possessing multiorgasmic capacity.

As described so succinctly at this University of Alabama website:

"In western Europe, the Malleus Maleficarum, issued by the Catholic church in 1484, defined the church’s position on witches... The Malleus Maleficarum defined witchcraft as stemming from women’s carnal lust; women were seen as instruments of Satan because of their insatiable desire.

"According to the Malleus Maleficarum, 'All witchcraft is caused by carnal lust, which is in women insatiable.’ "  (Heinrich Kramer and James Sprenger, The Malleus Maleficarum, Question VI, ed. and trans. Montague Summers [New York, Dover, 1971, 41-44, in Miles, 121.])




  The Unprecedented Research Study from Rutgers University

  The "Dark Gift":   The Truth behind the Legends of the "Fallen Angels"

While this site has as its primary focus this Rutgers study and its groundbreaking results, the many email and guestbook inquiries received regarding the origins and historical possibilities behind this rare male sexual physiology have prompted this webpage addition.


Table of Contents

The Watchers
     - Azazel's Unique Gift
What "Sexual Pleasure" did Azazel "Teach"?
     - "Divine Sex" vs. "Human Sex"
     - "Watcher" Males Multiorgasmic?

     - Canaanite "Fallen Angels" = Sumerian "Anunnaki"
     - Polgyny: An "Anunnake" Birthright and Continuing Legacy?
     - Persecution in Palestine/Israel and Exodus to Sumer

Sumerian Anunnaki
     - Sumerian "Hieros Gamos" - Multiorgasmic King-making Rite
     - 50 Orgasms Required of King for Goddess' (Women's) Acceptance
     - The Courtship of Inanna and Dumuzi as Script for "Hieros Gamos" (Sacred Marriage)
"Sacred Marriage" Multiorgasmic Rite Used by Women to Select Sexually-Equal Kings
     - Gilgamesh and Enkidu also Multiorgasmic?
     - Sumer's Multiorgasmic Legacy and Women's Equality Fade into History

In Egypt
The "Watchers" in Egypt
     - The Egyptian Sex God "Min"
     - King Menes and Min, One and the Same
Scorpion King Depicted with Erect Penis
     - Herodotus Equates Menes with Min
     - Menes Venerates "Hephaistos"
     - Hephaistos = Ptah
     - Ptah = Azazel: "The Divine Blacksmith"
     - Menes Deified for His "Eternally Firm" Sexual Capacity  

The Tribe of Benjamin of Rephaim Descent?
     - Benjamin as a "Son of (the) Min"
     - Benjamin Names His Own Son "Rapha" (of Rephaim)
Benjamin's Prolific Historical Figures

Transylvania and Slavic "Vampirism"

The "Dark Gift" of Unlimited Orgasmic Capacity
     - The Slavic Vampire as Archetype
     - The Historical Nosferatu
     - The Slavic Vampire: a Sexually "Insatiable" Race
     - The "Malleus Maleficarum"

Summary of Evidence

Final Thoughts and Portents for the Future





A "Physiologically Impossible" Male?

As documented in the published Rutgers study featured at this site, the male research Subject was born without a Male Refractory Period (MRP), thus possessing a unique sexual physiology - one previously thought only to be possessed by women and previously considered "physiologically impossible" for men. 

As with multiorgasmic women, he enjoys a sexual capacity that never requires a "down" time, that never desires "rest" following any number of natural, fully ejaculatory orgasms; an orgasmic insatiability which has previously only been recorded and referenced in the ancient myths of the Rephaim: the truth behind the vampire legends of the Nosferatu


How Rare Is This MRP-Free Capacity?

Is this Research Subject the only male without MRP? We seriously doubt it. He is, however, the first and still only adult male to have this supposedly "physiologically impossible" sexual capacity scientifically documented.

Whether this capacity is merely rare or completely unprecedented, the fact remains that prior to this study all previous documented instances, claims, or studies of male 'multiorgasmic' ability from ancient history to today has reference to the interrupted multiple orgasms made possible through the use of ejaculatory-control techniques. This study stands alone as the first to successfully document the legitimacy of this "impossible" ability and provides a foundational premise upon which to base future research into the actual psycho-physiologic triggers of the Male Refractory Period.

However, while this is the first documented scientific study of natural male multiorgasmic capacity, ancient history and the myths of gothic "horror" both provide intriguing accounts of an astounding hypothesis as to the true origins of this "impossible" male sexual capacity.


THE WATCHERS:  An Ancient Race of MRP-Free Multiorgasmic Men?

Though to today's science this limitless male sexual capacity is new, the history behind it may be as old as Human existence, itself - if not perhaps older.

Beginning with the ancient accounts of "Fallen Angels" (more accurately: "The Watchers") descending from heaven to sexually enjoy human females, to their "demigod" (half-god, half-human) progeny, called "The Rephaim" (who -- following their expulsion from the Middle Eastern lands -- became the source of the myriad sex Gods of antiquity, and ultimately resulting in their vilification as vampiric "Nosferati" in possession of the ultimate sexual "Dark Gift"), this unlimited male sexual capacity has been genetically passed along through the Ages to the current day.

"The Watchers were "a specific race of divine beings known in Hebrew as nun resh 'ayin, 'irin' (resh 'ayin, 'ir' in singular), meaning 'those who watch' or 'those who are awake', which is translated into Greek as Egrhgoroi egregoris or grigori, meaning 'watchers'. These Watchers feature in the main within the pages of pseudepigraphal and apocryphal works of Jewish origin, such as the Book of Enoch and the Book of Jubilees."

- Andrew Collins, From the Ashes of Angels - The Forbidden Legacy of a Fallen Race (1996) p. 3


The Watchers ("Fallen Angels") and their Offspring, The "Rephaim"

"Book of Enoch" Chapter 6, Verses 1-8

And it came to pass when the children of men had multiplied that in those days were born unto them beautiful and comely daughters.

And the angels, the children of the heaven, saw and lusted after them, and said to one another: 'Come, let us choose us wives from among the children of men and beget us children.'...

And they were in all two hundred; who descended in the days of Jared on the summit of Mount Hermon, and they called it Mount Hermon, because they had sworn and bound themselves by mutual imprecations upon it.

And these are the names of their leaders: Samlazaz, their leader, Araklba, Rameel, Kokablel, Tamlel, Ramlel, Danel, Ezeqeel, Baraqijal, Asael (Azazel), Armaros, Batarel, Ananel, Zaq1el, Samsapeel, Satarel, Turel, Jomjael, Sariel. These are their chiefs of tens.


This account is further verified and validated in the Bible:

"And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the ground, and daughters were born unto them, that the sons of God(s) (bene ha-elohim or "Watchers") saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all that they chose.
- Genesis 6:1-2   (emphasis added)

"...the sons of God(s) (bene ha-elohim) came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown."     
- Genesis 6:4  (emphasis added)



This ancient account, appearing not only in the Old Testament but also repeated in much greater detail in the Book of Enoch, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Book of Jubilees, and referenced repeatedly throughout the Bible, reports an event of significant validity. As per these accounts, at some point anciently 200 "angels", led in part by Azazel (Azael) and called the "Sons of God"  (sons of Elohim) in the Old Testament, and intriguingly also referred to as "The Watchers" and also "The Nephilim" (The Fallen Ones), became so sexually aroused by human females that they could no longer constrain themselves, but descended from the Heavens to Earth (touching down on "Ardis", presumably Mount Hermon), forfeiting their "first estate" forever, and sexually enjoying human females abundantly, thus causing fornication to run rampant despite the strict religious laws forbidding same. Evidently these "fallen angels" were so sexually unique from human males as to be almost irresistible to the females of the area, thereby incurring the "wrath of God" upon them for having so completely "corrupted" such females and thereafter taking from among them "wives of all that they chose."


Their Gifts of Knowledge and Technology to Mankind

The Book of Enoch elaborates on the Watcher tradition from Genesis 6:1-4.

According to the Book of Enoch, the Watchers were angels in heaven who saw the women on Earth and lusted after them. At their leader Semjaza’s request, two hundred of them made a pact to descend from heaven, take the women as wives, and beget children.

Regardless of what their true motivations might have been, they did apparently "descend from heaven" and most certainly did lust after women and eventually at some point married many of them and had children by them. However, this was not all these "Watchers" did. According to the ancient texts from many different sources, the 200 "Watchers" also imparted knowledge and technology to mankind that had not previously existed among them, including:

  •   ...they taught them charms and enchantments, and the cutting of roots, and made them acquainted with plants. (1 Enoch 7:2)
  •   Azazel taught men to make swords, and knives, and shields, and breastplates, and made known to them the metals of the earth and the art of working them, and bracelets, and ornaments, and the use of antimony, and the beautifying of the eyelids, and all kinds of costly stones, and all colouring tinctures (blacksmithing, metallurgy, mineralogy, and cosmetology). (1 Enoch 8:1)  (emphasis added)
  •   Semjaza taught enchantments, and root-cuttings (herbology and holistic medicine), 'Armaros the resolving of enchantments (toxicology, anti-venom, etc.), Baraqijal (taught) astrology, Kokabel the constellations (astronomy), Ezeqeel the knowledge of the clouds (meteorology), Araqiel the signs of the earth (geology), Shamsiel the signs of the sun, and Sariel the course of the moon (skills and sciences related to meteorology and astronomy). (1 Enoch 8:3)   (emphasis added)


Azazel's Unique Gift

A more complete account of the alleged activities by these "Watchers" can be found in the Books of Enoch, among other ancient texts. Here follows a summary of some of these activities:

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"To the women he (Azazel) taught the art of 'beautifying' the eyelids, and the use of 'all kinds of costly stones' and 'colouring tinctures', indicating that before this time the wearing of make-up and jewelry was unknown. Through this unforgivable act, the Daughters of Men were believed to have been 'led astray', and because of it they became 'corrupt', committing fornication not only with the Watchers themselves, but also, it must be assumed*, with men who were not their regular partners. Azazel also stood accused of teaching women how to enjoy sexual pleasure and indulge in promiscuity - a blasphemy seen as 'godlessness' in the eyes of the Hebrew storytellers."
"From the Ashes of Angels", Collins, p. 25, 1996 (emphasis added)

* This is indeed an assumption, only. There is nothing to suggest that once having experienced sex with these "Watchers," women suddenly became openly promiscuous with men other than the "Watchers." And had such women committed fornication with Hebrew men, such men would have been in equal violation of their own Law and could hardly have then been taken seriously in vilifying and condemning the "Watchers" for committing these same acts.


What "Sexual Pleasure" did Azazel "Teach"?

As stated previously, Azazel was accused of "...teaching women how to enjoy sexual pleasure." Apart from the ridiculousness of considering such a crime, the question must be asked:  What sexual pleasures did Azazel introduce to females that they had not known previously?

It would be ridiculous to assume that prior to the Watchers' arrival, women had been unable to figure out what an orgasm was or how to "enjoy" such. Additionally it would be equally ludicrous to think that the Watchers brought with them some new form of sexual practice not already enjoyed to its most decadent extreme by the many sexually hedonistic cultures that surrounded the ancient Hebrews and with whom they at that time coexisted.

Thus the question remains: What did Azazel -- and presumably his fellow "Watchers" -- teach women that they hadn't been able to learn with their ordinary male lovers for the many hundreds, thousands, or tens of thousands of years of Human existence? Obviously, there was a level of "sexual pleasure" possible with these "Watchers" that women had never experienced prior to their arrival. And while the many influences from the surrounding hedonistic cultures had apparently not been successful, it was this new "sexual pleasure" brought by the Watchers that resulted in the wholesale seduction and "corruption" of Hebrew women, causing the rampant fornication that ensued thereafter -- and perhaps most noteworthy, was supposedly the major motivation behind God's reported decision to destroy all Mankind in the Great Flood.

"The biblical tale of the Deluge, the Great Flood, begins in Chapter 6 of Genesis with eight enigmatic verses. Their presumed purpose was to explain to future generations how it was - how it could have happened - that the very Creator of Humankind turned against it, vowing to wipe Man off the face of the Earth? The fifth verse is supposed to offer both explanation and justification: 'And Yahweh saw that the wickedness of Man was great on the Earth, and that every imagination of his heart's thoughts was evil.' Therefore (verse six) 'Yahweh repented that He had made Man upon the Earth, and it grieved Him at His heart.'

"But this explanation by the Bible, pointing the accusing finger at humanity, only increases the puzzle of the chapter's first four verses, whose subject is not at all humanity but the deities themselves, and whose focus is the intermarriage between "the sons of God" and "the daughters of the Adam."

"And if one wonders, what has all that got to do with the excuse for the Deluge as a punishment of Mankind, the answer can be given in one word: SEX... Not human sex, but Divine Sex."

- "Divine Encounters"  Chapter 4, Zecharia Sitchin (emphasis added)


"Divine Sex" vs. "human sex"

What then exactly constituted "Divine Sex"? And what about such "Divine Sex" would have been so unique, so separated from all forms of "human sex" already in practice by the many sexually motivated cultures in existence? And what about the sex possible between these demigods and females and the superior sensual pleasures taught to women thereby was considered so terribly corrupting as to be considered the motivation behind God's decision to destroy all Humankind via the Great Flood?

Setting aside any supernatural elements in logically investigating this intriguing question, what we do know about the "Fallen Angels" is that they were all male. Thus, whatever possible unique sexual characteristic(s) they might have possessed that resulted in such superior pleasures would have both originated and resulted from the male side of the heterosexual "equation."

Thus the question becomes: Is there any inherent male sexual limitation universal to homo sapiens males on this planet that might prevent females from learning and enjoying their full potentials for sexual pleasure?

The obvious answer to this question is a resounding "yes!":

"The one thing I hate is that no matter how you go about it, intercourse ends almost always when he comes and becomes limp..."

"I feel it is a great pity that males and females were sexually-biologically built such that males are ready to quit just as females are getting started."

"If the partner is male, the woman is stuck with the limits of his sexuality."

- female respondents in "The Hite Report" (1976, p. 325)

This natural propensity in normal males to quickly rise to orgasm followed by a mandatory, physiologically dictated, "down time," thereafter is called the "Male Refractory Period." This is also what motivates men's stereotypical "wham, bam, thank-you-ma'am" sexual response cycle and, all too often, their emotional "love-'em-and-leave-'em" attitudes where romance is concerned. This is quite obviously not at all compatible with either the female's own sexual response cycle or her desires for romance and emotional intimacy.

Women have always possessed an orgasmic potential far superior to that of normal men, regardless of race, society, or culture. All women are, at least, physiologically capable of an almost infinite capacity for multiple orgasm; whereas ordinary men most certainly are not. As a result of this, women are forever kept from exploring, achieving, and enjoying their natural sexual potentials while mated to mono-orgasmic males.


"Watcher" Males... Multiorgasmic?

However, were Azazel and other Watcher males not sexually hampered by a Male Refractory Period and were thus as naturally multiorgasmic as women then, with such male sexual equals, females would indeed experience an enjoyment of sexual pleasure previously impossible and unknown to them.

Add to this the intimacies and emotional pleasures of sharing this higher degree of sensual fulfillment with a loving male partner of equal sexual capacity and it becomes possible to understand why such never-ending emotional and sensual communion would have been so much more appealing to women, who by nature are at least as emotionally motivated as they are sensually. However, as relates specifically to erotic pleasures, after a number of multiple orgasms, true multiorgasmics experience a ever-increasing, opiate-like euphoria or "high" resulting from the continual release of endorphins orgasm after orgasm.

Thus were the "Watchers" truly multiorgasmic, women would find in such unique males both lovers and mates with whom their own emotional and sensual needs and potentials would best be fulfilled.

A most provocative theory.  But, is there any evidence to support such?

The Name "Azazel" and the Multiorgasmic Implications of its Etymology

Further intriguing evidence of Azazel's known sexual nature is found in the origin of the particular name ascribed to this sensuous "Fallen Angel" by the ancient Hebrews:

"This word is itself derived from SHD 5810 ‘azaz' which is a prime root meaning to be stout. Literally or figuratively it means to harden, be impudent, prevail or strengthen the self or to be strong."     -

As with the sexually slanted etymology of the prime root term most notably given the Watcher offspring, Rephaim, ("vigor", meaning "lustihood, stamina, virility, hard, potent, masculine, male"), so also do we find that the term "Azazel" also contains specific apparent references to male "virility" and "hard"-ness.

To the hyper-"pious" sensibilities of the ancient Canaanites, who could argue that there could be nothing more "impudent" (immodest, shameless) than the "harden"-ed male sexual organ? And in the case of a "Fallen Angel" possessing true multiorgasmic capacity and for whom a continually erect phallus ("strengthen[ing] the self") while sexually aroused would notably be maintained regardless of the number of fully ejaculatory multiple orgasms experienced, this pronounced and highly unusual male sexual capacity would most certainly have strongly influenced the name by which this particular Watcher would forever be remembered.

Here then we find an intriguing possible explanation of how Azazel might have taught women to "enjoy sexual pleasure" to a degree significantly greater than that previously possible to heterosexual females.

Yet while such a theory most certainly explains the extremely libidinous accounts of the "Fallen Angels" with human females, and how it was that Azazel could stand accused of "teaching women to enjoy sexual pleasure" previously unknown to them, and why the ancient Hebrews vilified these "Watcher" males for having so "corrupted" their females, and why their version of "God" would have been so reportedly motivated to destroy all humankind in the Great Deluge as a result of such highly developed sensuality, what do the ancient texts, the archeaological and anthropological studies into such ancient Middle Eastern cultures reveal apart from religious interpretations as to who and what these "Watchers" were?

And... is there any true evidence to support such a provocative theory?


Canaanite "Fallen Angels" = Sumerian "Anunnaki"

As has already been proven by science, the story of Noah's Flood in Genesis find its origins in a far more ancient account of this same flood in the Sumerian tale of the "Epic of Gilgamesh." And as concluded by many scholars and archaeologists specializing in ancient Sumer, the "Fallen Angels" of Genesis also find direct parallel and were indeed synonymous with the earlier accounts of the Sumerian "Anunnaki," who like the "Fallen Angels" were also a group of superior beings who descended to Earth and openly provided Humankind with key knowledge necessary to modern Human civilization, including agriculture, writing, the basic sciences and mathematics.

However, whereas the ancient Sumerians called these "heavenly" beings "Anunnaki", meaning "Those Who from Heaven to Earth Came", the Canaanites and their descendants the Israelites chose to instead vilify these same beings with the appellation, "Nefilim", which meant "Those Who from Heaven to Earth Fell." The implication apparent to all that, to the ancient Canaanites, these beings were not to be considered as benevolent beings from "Heaven," as they were so considered by the Sumerians, but instead as malevolent evil beings who had rebelled against God, been cast out of Heaven by Him, and thus had fallen to Earth, therefrom.

Further information on this subject can be found in the writings of Zecharia Sitchin, "Internationally acclaimed author and Biblical scholar," who continues to write books and articles on this topic. Chapter Four ("The Nephilim: Sex and Demigods") of his book "Divine Encounters," offers intriguing additional information on this subject:

"The biblical term Nefilim, the sons of the Elohim who were then upon the Earth, parallels the Sumerian Anunnaki ('Those Who from Heaven to Earth Came'); the Bible itself (Numbers 13:33) explains this by pointing out that the Nefilim were 'sons of Anak' (Hebrew rendering of Anunnaki). The time preceding the Deluge was thus a time when the young Anunnaki began to have sex with young human females; and being compatible, had children by them - offspring part mortal and part 'divine': demigods.

"That such demigods were present on Earth is amply attested in Near Eastern texts, be it in regard to individuals (such as the Sumerian Gilgamesh) or long dynasties (such as the reported dynasty of thirty demigods in Egypt that preceded the Pharaohs); both instances, however, pertain to post-Diluvial times. But in the biblical preamble to the Deluge tale we have an assertion that the "taking of wives" from among the human females by the 'sons of the Elohim' - sons of the DIN.GIR - had already begun well before the Deluge." (emphasis added)

Of additional evidence that the Sumerian "Anunnaki" were, in fact, the precursors of the "Nefilim" ("Sons of God," "Fallen Angels," "Watchers") of Genesis, Jubilees, the Books of Enoch, etc., is the fact that the very name "Sumer" means, in the original Sumerian language, "Land of the Watchers." Hence from ancient times on, and as the Sumerians identified themselves, Sumer was indeed the Land of the "Watchers," the Land of the "Fallen Angels":

"SHIN'AR or SUMER = Land of the Watchers"        Sumerian Dictionary

Polygyny:  An "Anunnake" Birthright and Continuing Legacy?

Equally understandable is the concept that, for males capable of such insatiable and unlimited sexuality, polygyny (that form of polygamy in which there is one male and multiple females) might indeed be the logical marital preference. Thus, it is reasonable to consider likely the idea that polygyny as a practice might well have been introduced to Human society by such multiorgasmic "fallen angels."

Currently, it is a fact that despite the dominance of monogamy as the societal norm in Western culture, the fact remains that even today over 85% of all world societies are polygynous.  And the great majority of all such societies have as their cultural example ancient Judaism and, more recently, Islam, both of whom have as their earliest "prophet", father, and leader the figure of Father Abraham, himself originally from "Ur of the Chaldees", which we identify today as the ancient Sumerian city of Uruk, from whence Abraham brought with him the practice of polygyny.

Thankfully with the growing acceptance of gay marriage, the legal issues re: the continued criminality of polygyny and the blatant discrimination now apparent in decriminalizing one marital option among consenting adults while continuing to criminalize another far more ancient and natural one (over 95% of all mammals are polygynous) is finally beginning to be noticed and legally addressed. After all, if it's okay that "Heather Has Two Mommies", why should it then be illegal if she have two mommies and a daddy?

Persecution in Palestine/Israel and Exodus to Sumer ("Land of the Watchers")
(ca 7,000 - 5,000 BCE)

Our search for more information regarding the descendents of the original 200 "Watcher" males is hampered by the fact that while the basic initial terrestrial history of the Watchers and their progeny exists in almost every Near and Middle Eastern historical record (e.g., the Old Testament, Talmud, the Book of Jubilees, the Books of Enoch, the Dead Sea Scrolls), yet so little references exist concerning their characteristics and the later history of their descendents, the Rephaim. However one event is found in almost every surviving historical document regarding the Rephaim that recounts an attempt made by the ancient Canaanites to slaughter them all.

The motivation given for such wholesale slaughter is reported in the Book of Enoch. Despite the fact that all accounts, including the Book of Enoch, clearly record that the "Watchers" had lawfully married their wives and with them had children, yet the Book of Enoch specifically calls the children of these marriages "bastards" and "children of fornication":

"And to Gabriel said the Lord: 'Proceed against the bastards and the reprobates, and against the children of fornication: and destroy [the children of fornication and] the children of the Watchers from amongst men..."

"Destroy all the souls addicted to dalliance (lust*), and the offspring of the Watchers..."  

 * (Knibb, p. 90; cp. Charles, p. 76)

 Book of Enoch, Chapter 10, vs 9, 18

Yet despite the Bible's references to the destruction of the Rephaim, later Biblical references speak of their continued existence in Palestine
(e.g., Numbers: 13:22; 13:28-33; Deut: 1:28; 2:1-; 9:2; Joshua: 11:21-22; 14:12; 14:15; 15:13-14; Judges: 1:20).

Thus the Watchers and their progeny, the Rephaim, were not completely destroyed during this first genocidal attempt, though many were killed. Instead the evidence strongly suggests that the majority of the surviving Rephaim escaped and migrated to other more tolerant and almost infinitely more sensual societies in the Fertile Crescent area, particularly the land of Sumer (also rendered "Shu' Mer" and "Shin' Ar"), whose very name means "Land of the Watchers" (see SHIN' AR or SUMER in the "Sumerian Dictionary").


Sumerian Anunnaki and their Descendants Multiorgasmic

Sumer ("Land of the 'Watchers'"), the first true empire and civilization in recorded history (ca 5,000 - 2,000 BCE), was -- according to its own mythology -- founded by and flourished under the reign of the "Anunnaki" (Those Who from Heaven to Earth Came"), who were the Sumerian equivalent of the "Nefilim" (Those Who from Heaven to Earth Fell"), also known as the "Watchers," whose progeny were the Rephaim.

Perhaps more than any culture before or since, Sumer glorified and celebrated eroticism and sexual activity. Public sexual expression, incest and pedophilia, and sacred prostitution: all have their origins in Sumerian culture. Yet also during the Sumerian period did women enjoy the most economic, social, and sexual freedoms than they have ever since. With the Anunnaki, women were truly considered equal in every way. This was due to the fact that both the Anunnaki males and their descendants as well as the Human females with whom they shared and enjoyed all, were equal sexually and emotionally. All were multiorgasmic.

Central to this webpage is the theory that the "Watchers" were multiorgasmic. Thus, were the Anunnaki equivalent with the "Watchers" (Nefilim) of Canaanite mythology, they too would also have been multiorgasmic. And sure enough, we soon discovered irrefutable proof of this in perhaps the single most important public ritual practiced annually by the Sumerians for over 2,000 years and was later practiced in many derivative forms by Pagans worldwide.

Hieros Gamos ("Sacred Marriage"):  The Multiorgasmic Sumerian King-making Sex Ritual

As stated above, the king's capacity for leadership was tested via the Hieros Gamos (Sacred Marriage) ceremony wherein he sexually re-enacted with the Priestess the role of Dumuzi, the demi-god ruler of Sumer. Without this ceremony, "he was not considered fit to rule."

Thus, his kingship depended upon his ability to consummate "his marriage with the goddess" not once or twice... but "fifty times." That's right: 50 orgasms, one after the other, non-stop.

By this requirement, all Sumerian Kings had to be... multiorgasmic.

"...the high priestess, acting in place of The Goddess (Inanna), had sex with the new king to show the Goddess's people that the Goddess herself accepted him as their caretaker and ruler of the country. Not only did these two have sex fifty times, but the entire congregation had front row seats to these fifty climaxes...."

- (emphasis added)

And while the above-cited quote has it appear that 50 orgasms were required of each, the ancient texts themselves limit this 50-orgasm requirement to the man, alone. Only the King-apparent, in the role of the God Dumuzi, was required to climax 50 times.


The ritual text itself, used in the actual Sumerian "Sacred Marriage" rite, makes clear that it is the King-apparent, assuming the role of the mortal "Dumuzi," who experiences these fifty orgasms:

Inanna spoke:
"My beloved, the delight of my eyes, met me.
We rejoiced together.
He took his pleasure of me.
He brought me into his house.
He laid me down on the fragrant honey-bed.
My sweet love, lying by my heart, Tongue-playing,
one by one,
My fair Dumuzi did so fifty times.
Now, my sweet love (i.e., Dumuzi) is sated."

(excerpt from "The Courtship of Inanna and Dumuzi," ca 3000 BCE) (emphasis added)


This multiorgasmic interpretation is further validated in the book "Inanna: Queen of Heaven and Earth" (1983, Wolkstein & Kramer) where this passage is indeed understood as Dumuzi "...making love to her 'fifty times'" (p. 153).

Only after fifty such orgasms is Dumuzi, her male lover (twice described by Inanna as "my sweet love" in the above-excerpted passage), sexually "sated."

Should any doubt still remain as to the correct interpretation of this "fifty times" passage, another version of this same event was recorded anciently and can be found online at Oxford University's "Electronic Corpus of Sumerian Literature":

"When my sweet precious (Inanna), my heart, had lain down too,
Each of them in turn kissing with the tongue, each in turn,
Then my brother
(Dumuzi) of the beautiful eyes did it fifty times to her,
Exhaustedly waiting for her, as she trembled underneath him, dumbly silent for him.
My dear precious passed the time with my brother laying his hands on her hips."

(excerpt from "A Balbale of Inana and Dumuzid," t.4.08.04, 12-18)

And then we have the personal account of Enmerkar, King of Uruk, relating his
personal experience in the "Sacred Marriage" Rite of Kingship with an "entu" or "hierodule" (the female priestess representing Inanna in "Sacred Marriage" rite) (ca 2600 BCE). Responding to a boast by the governor of a neighboring city claiming to be the true "beloved" of Inanna, and thus attempting to make himself a potential rival to Uruk's throne, Enmerkar replies:

"He may lie with her in sweet slumber on the adorned bed, but I lie on Inana's splendid bed strewn with pure plants. Its back is an ug lion, its front is a pirig lion. The ug lion chases the pirig lion, the pirig lion chases the ug lion. As the ug lion chases the pirig lion and the pirig lion chases the ug lion, the day does not dawn, the night does not pass. I accompany Inana for a journey of (15) double-hours*..." (Lines 77-88)

- "Enmerkar and Ensuhkesdanna: A Sumerian Narrative Poem", Berlin, p. 45 (emphasis added)

* In personal commnication, the author, Dr. Adele Berlin, explained that the Sumerian "double-hour" refers to the distance that could be traveled in two hours. To our reply email asking her opinion of the theory that this might refer to a non-stop sexual "journey" of 30 hours, Dr. Berlin replied "You have understood the passage well. The idea is of a never-ending night of lovemaking with the goddess, which proves who is the superior king."  Thus, apparently Enmerkar chose to use this common term for distance to more literally and figuratively illustrate the sexual "journey" taken by both he and Inanna [i.e., her priestess], with whom he orgasmically "accompany"-ied for 30 hours.

In "accompany"-ing Inanna in bed on a 30-hour ("15 double-hours") sexual "journey" during the "Sacred Marriage" king-making rite rather than to instead "lie with her in sweet slumber", Enmerkar indisputably lays hold to the superior sexual claim to Inanna's favor, and thus Uruk's throne. Enmerkar further illustrates the eternal nature of their lovemaking by using as metaphor the two lion decorations inlaid into the Sacred Marriage bed, itself, likewise eternally "chasing" each other about the bed's base.

Unlike his lesser rival, Enmerkar had proved himself worthy of kingship in proving himself capable of fully "accompany"-ing the sexually insatiable Inanna:

"Inanna's powers are prodigious. She is capable of making love through the day and night... The marriage of the goddess Inanna to the king was of essential importance to the people of Sumer. It was by this religious ritual that Inanna, Queen of Heaven, would take the earth-king into the "sweetness of her holy loins," and by her cosmic powers ensure the king's powers of leadership and fertiliity.

Yet Inanna, the Goddess of Love, does not offer her favors freely. Not only must she be properly approached with sweet words and gifts, but she must be properly and amply loved. A lion of a man is demanded: a king who is equal to Inanna..."

- "Inanna: Queen of Heaven and Earth", 1983, Wolkstein & Kramer; p. 155 (emphasis added)

Once the King met with Inanna's (the Priestess') sexual approval by proving his multiorgasmic capacity, thus evidencing his possession of this unique Rephaim (Anunnaki) trait, then were the following words spoken signifying her acceptance of him as a "fit" and "worthy" King:

"You, the chosen shepherd of the holy shrine,
You, the king, the faithful provider of Uruk,
You, the light of An's great shrine,
In all ways you are fit:
To hold your head high on the lofty dais,
To sit on the lapis lazuli throne,
To cover your head with the holy crown...
To bind yourself with the garments of kingship,...
In all ways you are fit.
May your heart enjoy long days...
You are the favorite of Ningal. Inanna holds you dear."

"The Sacred Marriage likely originated in the Sumerian city of Uruk (which was dedicated to the Goddess Inanna) earlier than 3000 B.C. The Sacred Marriage was between the Goddess Inanna and either the high priest (representing the god), or the king (representing the God Dumuzi), and was performed in the temples of various fertility goddesses for nearly two thousand years. The annual symbolic reenactment of this mythical union was a public celebration essential to the well-being of the community, and since it was the occasion of a joyous celebration, it may have involved sexual activity on the part of the worshipers in and around the temple grounds (Lerner 240). The fact that the king of Sumer ritually married a representative of the goddess Inanna once every year helped sustain the power of the priestesses at least for a time (Stephenson 56). Rites similar to the Sacred Marriage also flourished in classical Greece and pre-Christian Rome (Lerner 240)."

-  Women in Mesopotamia (emphasis added)

This yearly rite, which begins with sacrifices and culminates in this sacred marriage or "hieros gamos", is delicately and sketchily described by Geoffrey Parrinder {"World Religions from Ancient History to the Present," (Facts on File Publications, New York, 1983), pp. 125-128} who observes that the king acted as the successor to Dumuzi, lover and husband of Inanna. In re-enacting the love-feast of these two deities that assured fertility: "The part of the goddess was given to a selected priestess." Parrinder notes that entry to the higher classes of priesthood was by patronage, so that society's physically and intellectually favored were selected. A highly readable account of the sacred marriage of Inanna and Dumuzi, giving full and glowing details of their lovemaking and subsequent exchange of gifts has recently been published. This work describes the results of the sacred union in terms of establishing the authority and throne of the king, granting him a favorable and glorious reign and an enduring crown, fertile fields, sheep, vegetation, grain, birds, and produce in abundance {Wolkstein, Diane, and Samuel N. Kramer, "Inanna: Queen of Heaven and Earth, Her Stories and Hymns from Sumer"  (Harper & Row, N.Y., 1983), pp. 146-147}.

- (emphasis added)


Evidence from a Sumerian seal, described by Iris Furlong in "The Mythology of the Ancient Near East" in The Feminist Companion to Mythology, edited by Carolyne Larrington, shows sacred marriage rites may have been performed in Sumer before the middle of the third millennium B.C. - more than 4500 years... This feast of collective pleasure involved the whole populace and lasted many days, according to A.T. Mann and Jane Lyle in (their book) "Sacred Sexuality." Everything in the rite was designed to stir the senses; men and women anointed themselves with essences, paints and jewelry, toasted the goddess and her bridegroom with wine and danced serpentine dances to lyre, flute and drum. Hierophants and priestesses performed libations and sacrifices and burned as incense cinnamon, aloes and myrrh. At the ritual's peak, the king approached the temple with offerings of oil, precious spices and delectable foods to tempt the goddess. He mounted the goddess at the temple summit as the crowd chanted poetry. The ritual was performed as an allegorical masque, according to Furlong, including speaking parts and probably music; the king played the part of the god Dumuzi ("faithful son"), and a priestess of the highest rank played the goddess Inanna or Ishtar in a ritualized enactment of the divine coupling. The poetry of the ritual ("The Courtship of Inanna and Dumuzi"), translated from the Sumerian Gudea Cylinders, circa 3000 B.C., reflects an attitude toward sex, and sexual spirituality, much different than that prevailing in Western culture today.

The sacred marriage as a rite acted on many levels. On a physical level, it renewed fertility. The Sumerians, according to Furlong, considered their ruler responsible for agricultural prosperity, and all sexual reproduction on earth, vegetable, animal and human, depended on his intercourse with the goddess. The sacred marriage also legitimized the king's power; without it, Mann and Lyle write, he was not considered fit to rule. His leadership ability was directly linked to his consummating his marriage with the goddess. (emphasis added)


"Sacred Marriage" Multiorgasmic Rite Used to Select Sexually-Equal Kings

"The Consecration of the Sacred King - after the close complicity of the night spent with Dumuzi (the Sacred Marriage Ceremony), Inanna decrees the fate of her chosen consort and priest-king, because "in all ways" She found him " fit" and "Inanna holds you dear". It must be pointed out that in South Mesopotamia, after kingship descended from the heavens to Eridu, it is Inanna and Enlil who descend to Earth to choose and crown the king, as described in the myth of Etana. It is Inanna (or her earthly representative, the High Priestess of Uruk/the land) again in the Courtship that decrees the fate of the king/Dumuzi. This is a very strong evidence that at least the High Priestess was equal in status to the king, once he had to be first accepted by her to rule the land as her consort.

(emphasis added)

There are "hints that Ishtar was in some way responsible for the selection and sanctioning of the kings of the Sumerian city-states, who acted as stewards of the divine sovereigns. It was this way...which gave rise to the concept of sacred marriage, the 'temple prostitution' that the later Bible writers would find so abominable. The sacred marriage was a formal, highly stylized cultic institution, at one and the same time religious and political, enacted between the high priestess representing Ishtar, and the king in the role of high priest representing the city as the vicar of god; and though this act of sacred sexuality, the power of the divinity flowed down from heaven through the king to the people and the land."

- Magnus Magnusson, BC - The Archaeology of the Bible Lands

"...A text does exist describing the coronation of a Sumerian king during the Uruk period (late fourth millennium). According to this text, the king-to-be approached the throne dais of the goddess Inanna-Ishtar. There he received from her the 'bright scepter' and the 'golden crown'. He probably also received from her a new, royal name."

- An Encyclopedia of Archetypal Symbolism


Sumer's First Gods and Kings (The Anunnaki) Were Multiorgasmic

Thus it can only be concluded that the entire Sumerian "Sacred Marriage" Rite was established as a necessary means of ensuring that all of Sumer's kings possessed the invaluable male sexual capacity of being wholly and truly multiorgasmic. The public display of this male multiorgasmic trait validated their original "divine" Anunnaki bloodline before all the people, thus legitimizing their right to rule. And thus, this trait came direct from the original Anunnaki, the Canaanite "Nefilim," the "Watchers" who descended "from Heaven" anciently to teach women "sexual pleasure" previously unknown to them. As their kingly descendants, these "demi-god" Sumerian kings were required to prove themselves multiorgasmic prior to being permitted to acquire and/or retain the throne. Thus, given this fact, their forefathers, the Anunnaki, must have likewise possessed this same required "kingly" sexual trait.

The necessity of ensuring these kings as being of the divine Anunnaki birthright and bloodline is explained here:

To be a bridge to the gods, the king had to be superior in his very essence to ordinary people. The early kings were crucial to the development and survival of Sumerian civilization... Kingship was so important in Sumerian times that the Sumerian King List records "that kingship came down from heaven". Crucial as they were to state formation, these earliest kings had to find a way to legitimate their power. As they had the weight of historical precedence to buttress their idea of rule, no dynastic principle to assure the rights of a successor, they had to demonstrate that they were greater than the rest of the populace.


Given that the "Sacred Marriage" ceremony so explicitly served as the Final Test whereby a prospective heir-apparent to the throne proved his right to King-ship, the importance of his ability to perform "fifty times" with the Priestess must have been of incalculable importance to the Sumerians.

As only truly multiorgasmic males could perform sexually as required by this sex ritual, thereby "...demonstrat(ing) that they were greater than the rest of the populace" and thus showing themselves "superior in (their) very essence to ordinary people," the only reasonable conclusion to be drawn is that the original "Anunnaki" Gods and Kings of Sumer were multiorgasmic, as also were their more earthly descendants and rightful heirs to the Sumerian throne. This then necessitated that an ritual be prepared that permitted the populace to ensure that their King did indeed descend from the Anunnaki bloodline and, thus, was worthy and "fit" to be their King.

Gilgamesh and Enkidu also Multiorgasmic?

In the later Sumerian/Babylonian myth of "Epic of Gilgamesh" ("He Who Saw Everything", Part I), Gilgamesh is described as a demi-god King ("'I am king indeed?' His name was called Gilgamesh From the very day of his birth, He was two-thirds god, one third man..."), a giant also ("Eleven cubits high he is, nine spans his chest"), and one stronger than all other males and also possessing an insatiable sexuality:

"All young girls made women by Gilgamesh His lusts are such, and no virgin left to her lover! Not the daughter of a warrior, Nor the wife of a nobleman! Yet he is king and should be. The people's careful shepherd... He is wise, he is handsome, he is firm as a rock... No virgin left to her lover, For he lusts strongly!"

In the legend, the people complain to the Gods about Gilgamesh and so an equal to Gilgamesh is formed and called "Enkidu." This new male being is at first tempted into submission via a hierodule (sacred maiden), a "child of pleasure," of the Temple of Inanna/Ishtar. This young woman sex priestess then seduces Enkidu and his multiorgasmic session with her is described:

"She had no shame for this, Made herself naked Welcomed his eagerness Incited him to love, Taught the woman's art. Six days, seven nights, That time lying together, Enkidu had forgotten his home Had forgotten the hills. After that time he was satisfied... For six days and seven nights Enkidu made love to that girl."

Again, only after lovemaking for almost an entire week is this particular male satisfied. And while myths do tend to over-exaggerate the acts of gods and demigods, yet where Sumerian and Babylonian myths regarding sexual capacity are concerned, it must be remembered that the "Sacred Marriage" ceremony requiring the King to orgasm "fifty times" was not myth or legend, but was a very real and oft-documented ceremony for over 2,000 years in Sumer, Thus, such "superhuman" male sexual capacity was indeed very real in that time and place and did not need to be embellished.


Sumer's Multiorgasmic Legacy Fades into History
... and Women's Equality Fades Away with Them

Only after the Anunnaki and their descendants faded from power in Sumer, for as-yet-unknown reasons, did the subsequent kingdoms of Babylonia and later, Assyria, begin to dominate females and deprive them of their former prestige and position while moving swiftly to control and repress female sexualtiy, whose multiorgasmic nature had for so many millennia been championed and equally enjoyed by the Rephaim but which now fell under the domination of sexually intimidated, mono-orgasmic males:

"The history of women in Mesopotamia is a long and complex one. Part of this is due to the fact that there are many divisions in the history of Mesopotamia itself. History begins in Mesopotamia with civilizations there rising and falling and shifting. Along with these shifting civilizations came shifting views about women, particularly their status and freedoms. This essay will cover the status of women during the different civilizations of Mesopotamia: Sumeria, Babylonia, Assyria, and Judea. Of special interest, however, is the Assyrian period, which lasted from 900 BC.-600BC. During this period, an extremely important law, entitled the Middle Assyrian Law 40, was written that still affects women of this region today. With MAL 40, the state assumed control of female sexuality by forcing certain women to wear veils, and restricting other women from wearing them. With each successive civilization, women enjoyed less freedom and a lower status, and a patriarchal revolution slowly took place..."

"The first ancient Mesopotamian civilization was that of Sumeria...  During this period, a woman's strongest position was in relation to the temples. Often young girls worked in the temples as housekeepers or as concubines to the earthly representatives of the gods (Stephenson 56). Fathers were proud to have their daughters serving religion in this way. They would mark their daughters' entry into temple life with a ceremonial sacrifice and bestow the girls' marriage dowries to the temple (Stephenson 56). Nin-dingir priestesses annually participated in the Sacred Marriage by impersonating or representing the goddess Inanna (Lerner 239). The Sacred Marriage likely originated in the Sumerian city of Uruk (which was dedicated to the Goddess Inanna) earlier than 3000 B.C. The basis for the ritual of the Sacred Marriage was the belief that fertility of the land and of people depended on the celebration of the sexual power of the fertility goddess (Lerner 239). The Sacred Marriage was between the Goddess Inanna and either the high priest (representing the god), or the king (representing the God Dumuzi), and was performed in the temples of various fertility goddesses for nearly two thousand years. The annual symbolic reenactment of this mythical union was a public celebration essential to the well-being of the community, and since it was the occasion of a joyous celebration, it may have involved sexual activity on the part of the worshipers in and around the temple grounds (Lerner 240). The fact that the king of Sumer ritually married a representative of the goddess Inanna once every year helped sustain the power of the priestesses at least for a time (Stephenson 56). Rites similar to the Sacred Marriage also flourished in classical Greece and pre-Christian Rome (Lerner 240).

"In about 1750 BC. the Sumerians, who had been the creative force in developing Western civilization, were overcome by neighboring Semitic people, the Babylonians, whose greatest king gave his famous Code of Hammurabi to history (Stephenson 57). Historians have learned much about the Babylonian male/female relationship, and the status of women, from the Code of Hammurabi. Under these laws, a woman could be divorced on virtually any grounds: childlessness, adultery, and even poor household management. For example, one of the rules states, "If she have not been a careful mistress, have gadded about, have neglected her house, and have belittled her husband or children , they shall throw that woman into the water." All the husband need do to obtain a divorce was say, "Thou art not my wife," and return her dowry (Walsh 24). However, a wife who used these words against her husband would be drowned. A woman could not divorce her husband, but she could leave him if she could prove that her husband had been cruel and that she had been faithful, and then simply return to her parents' home with her dowry. A wronged husband was free to kill his wife and her lover (Walsh 24)."

- Women in Mesopotamia (emphasis added)
Jessica Bieda, Univ. of Az., Women's Studies Dept.

In foreboding foreshadowing of future vilification during the 15th-16th Centuries for their "insatiable" "carnal lust," the Babylonians began to actively persecute women as "witches":

"By the time of the Code of Hammurabi, formulated between 1792 and 1750 BC, the position of women had obviously been greatly eroded. The crimes recorded on the tablets which now outnumbered all others were those of witchcraft and female adultery. According to the Code the accused woman was subjected to the ordeal of the river. If she survived being thrown into a river, she was absolved from any crime. Were she to drown, however, this was considered to be proof of her guilt. This way of ascertaining her guilt or otherwise had a continuing influence for hundreds of years. In Europe, women accused of witchcraft were subjected to similar ordeals by water up until medieval times."

- "The Mythology of Sex", Dening, Ch. 3


It is thus apparent that by the time of the Babylonian Period, the Rephaim were clearly no longer an influence in the area. Where the Sumerian Rephaim might have emmigrated during the advent of the Babylonian Empire is not known.

However, approximately 1,500 years earlier, after first establishing the Sumerian Empire, other Rephaim were actively establishing the longest-lived empire in World history: Egypt.

From Sumer to Egypt (ca 3,500 - 3,300 BCE)

"There is archaeological evidence of a strong cultural connection between Sumer and ancient Egypt. 'Ptah' and the other gods were called, in Egyptian, Ntr = 'Guardian, Watcher'."

"They (ie, 'The Watchers') had come to Egypt, the Egyptians wrote, from Ta-Ur, the 'Far/Foreign Land,' whose name Ur meant 'oldest' but could have also been the actual place name - a place well known from Mesopotamian and biblical records: the ancient city of Ur in southern Mesopotamia. And the straits of the Red Sea, which connected Mesopotamia and Egypt, were called Ta-Neter, the 'Place of the Gods ('Watchers'),' the passage by which they had come to Egypt. That the earliest gods did come from the biblical lands of Shem is additionally borne out by the puzzling fact that the names of these olden gods were of 'Semitic' (Akkadian) derivation. Thus Ptah, which had no meaning in Egyptian, meant 'he who fashioned things by carving and opening up' in the Semitic tongues."

- Zecharia Sitchin, The Wars of Gods and Men (   (emphasis added)

"It was, in fact, the biblical Land of Shin'ar. It was the land whose name - Shumer - literally meant the Land of the Watchers. It was indeed the Egyptian Ta Neter - Land of the Watchers, the land from which the gods had come to Egypt."

- Zecharia Sitchin, Stairway to Heaven (


The "Watchers" in Egypt

If, as the Egyptians believed, Sumer (present-day Iraq) was indeed the Ta Neter (Land of the Gods) from which Land the Gods ("Watchers") had come to Egypt, what evidence is there in Egypt that would help either prove or disprove the Sumerian/Fallen Angel Connection, and further, what evidence is there that such "Watchers" in Egypt possessed some superhuman sexual capacity?

While the Hebrews believed the Watchers and their progeny, in particular, were blood-thirsty "giants" bent on the destruction and corruption of Humankind, yet if such evil, malignant, giant superbeings actually did make their way into Egypt, surely such a dreadful arrival would have figured prominently in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and historical texts, as well. If the Watchers were the massive cannibalistic monsters as depicted and vilified in Genesis, the Books of Enoch, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Book of Jubilees, etc., they would have posed an horrific threat to the Egyptians as these supposedly murderous half-humans/half-demons invaded their lands. And yet nothing of any such "invasion" by any such foreigners from the East appears anywhere in Egyptian history of this period. No accounts exist at all of cannabilistic giants devouring whole villages, etc, as exists in Hebrew records. In fact, no successful invasion into Egypt occurred at all until the Greeks' conquest of Egypt under Alexander, thousands of years later.

Yet as seen in the previous quotes, there can be no doubt that the Egyptians recorded the arrival of "the Watchers" in Egypt from the Mesopotamian area of Sumer (Shu'mer) approximately 3500 BCE.

So, as Egypt's "Gods" came from Sumer anciently, who were the "Watchers" in Egypt... really?

The key to their discovery lies not in looking for "giants" or "cannibals" or even "demons" (all Hebrew lies), but in first searching for an Egyptian "Watcher" (God) or group of "Watchers" leaving some mark on Egyptian history in exemplifying the single indisputable defining characteristic of the Watchers: their superhuman sexual capacity.

Of course, it's not enough to simply find a male sex god or gods and assume that such must be of the "Watchers." No... if such a "Watcher" existed, he would have to fill additional requirements. After all, we have historical records that document the history and origins of these "Watchers," and while many of the specific vilifications and condemnations of the "Watchers" can be taken with a rather large grain of salt, yet there are basic characteristics and historical evidences revealed that can be useful in establishing a fairly reliable, relatively credible base of general "Watcher" characteristics, and any Egyptian "Watcher" candidate(s) would have to match these same criteria.

Specifically, in addition to exemplifying the epitome of the male sexual ideal ("super" "virility"), any such "Watcher":

    1. Would have been documented as being a real man/being, not simply a "God"
      based on a myth, legend, or superstition, etc.;
    2. Would not have been native to Egypt, but would have specifically arrived in
      Egypt from either Canaan/Palestine or - preferably - Sumer (whose very name in
      Sumerian and Egyptian means "Land of the Watchers," further evidence of the
      obvious ancient contact existing between them); and
    3. Would have had to arrive in a timeframe following the Watchers' expulsion from
      Canaan/Palestine, ca 4,000 BCE.

While almost no "deity" could arguably hope to pass even the first of these criteria, yet there is one Egyptian "deity" that does... and further succeeds in passing all three, historically and convincingly, and whose very name, like "Rephaim," specifically refers to never-ending "virility" of an eternal sexually "firm" nature.

The Watcher deity in question was by far the most "virile" of all the ancient Sex Gods. And according to many Egyptologists, he also happened to be Egypt's first Pharoah, King Menes.


The Egyptian Sex God, "Min" No Myth

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The Eternal "Firm One"

Ancient Egyptian God of "Male Sexual Prowess"

By far the most sexual and "potent" of all Egypt's gods and arguably the most blatantly sexual of all the Ancient World's pantheon of fertility gods was the profoundly ithyphallic (with erect penis) sexual deity, "Min" (also known as Amsu, Menu, and Khem), whose well-hung likeness has been found in artifacts dating at least as far back as 3,000 B.C.E. (B.C.). While to Western minds, the deification of such an overtly sexual being might seem shocking, yet millennia before the Christian Era, sexuality itself was worshipped. Gods and goddesses of sexual capacity were symbolically and erotically venerated, and sexual expression, itself, was viewed as the greatest of human oblations and sacraments to the Divine.

"Min, Bull of the Great Phallus, ...

"You are the Great Male, the owner of all females.
The Bull who is united with those of the sweet love,
of beautiful face and of painted eyes, Victorious
sovereign among the Gods who inspires fear in the Ennead. ...

"The goddesses are glad, seeing your perfection."

                                                           -- Hymn to Min


King Menes and Min, One and the Same

Min (Menu or Minu, in Egyptian), unlike later sex gods, was not regarded primarily as some metaphorical fertility god, but was worshipped as the actual "bestower of sexual powers" to men, and never-ending "virility" and "orgiastic festivals" were annually held in his honor. Min was also considered another form of the God Horus (Horu or Heru), the "Avenger" of his father Osiris, and, later still, as a further representation of Amen, Amon, or Amun, the Chief God of the Ancient Egyptians after the XIIth Dynasty.

Amen is Menu (Min)

Ironically, while Min preceded Amen by at least several hundred years and was later amalgamated into Amen, yet recent discoveries have verified that Amen is, himself, descended from Min:

"Min was the prototype of Amon".   [M. Eliade, Patterns in comparative religion, 1958: 91]

"Amen was scarcely distinguishable from Min, probably a dialectical variation of the same name."   [R. Briffault, The mothers; a study of the origins of sentiments and institutions, I-III, 1927: II 765f.]

However, perhaps most notably, according to an ever-increasing body of archaeological evidence as well as the writings of such relative Egyptian contemporaries as Manetho, Herodotus, and Ptolemy, this primieval sex god was not the creation of some primitive Egyptian superstition; Min was instead a mortal man and Egypt's first Pharoah: King Menes, himself.

"Min": The Only Major* Egyptian Deity who was an actual Mortal Man

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Narmer Palette
3500 BCE



King Menes, (Meni or Mene, in Egyptian) probably also known by the name Narmer as well as The Scorpion King, was the first true Pharoah of Egypt and the first to unite both Upper and Lower Egypt. More intriguing, he is said to have been a descendent of the "Demigods of Manes" (also known as the Shemsu Heru or Shemsu Hor [Family or Followers of Horus]), half-god, half-human hybrid immigrants to Egypt created from the union of over-libidinous gods and the human females they attracted and seduced.

Additionally, King Menes (The Scorpion King), was not himself native to Egypt, but reportedly arrived in Egypt around 3500 B.C.E. from Sumer, bringing with him the Sumerian writing language from which Egyptian hieroglyphic writing appears to have been later derived (

"Egyptologists agree that Menes must have entered Upper Egypt by the Red Sea, to the east of Koptos (Coptos) and Abydos. At Koptos exists the oldest known statues of a god in Egypt (three gigantic limestone figures of Min)... Min would appear to be the deified Menes..." (emphasis added)

"Men, Menes, Min: First pharaoh of the united kingdom according to Herodotus, identified as Hor-aha"  (emphasis added)

"Little is known of Menes and his descendants outside of their divine ancestry and that they developed a complex social system (in Egypt), patronized the arts and constructed temples and many public buildings. The foundation of Memphis, the world's first imperial city, is attributed to Menes." (emphasis added)

*  After their deaths, Imhotep, builder of the first stepped pyramid and renowned healer, was elevated to "demigod" status for thousands of years before ultimately being deified. and Amenhotep, another architect, was honorarily given "titular god" status over the Theban Necropolis after his death. However, Menes (Min) was regarded as a full deity in the Egyptian "A"-list pantheon from the earliest predynastic times. He was, in fact, the first Egyptian god.


"Menes" to "Min" - Common Word Etymology

Menes in Egyptian = "Mene" or "Meni"
Min in Egyptian = "Menu or "Minu"

Menes  (Mene / Menu / Minu)  Min


Close-up of Scorpion King
Scorpion Tableau
Scorpion King depicted as ithyphallic

(ca 3250 bce)

The ithyphallic ("with erect penis") interpretation of this inscription made first by MMOR Research, LLC, and published herein on January 4, 2003. On that date we also first emailed Dr. Darnell, the discoverer of the Scorpion Tableau, to ask his opinion of our discovery and interpretation of same. We continue to await a reply.


Scorpion King Depicted with Erect Penis
in Ancient Egyptian Inscription

Sometime between 1996-97 a key discovery was made on an escarpment 20 miles northwest of Luxor: a rock inscription dating back to 3250 BCE. Here the Scorpion Tableau (Gebel Tjauty tableau) graphically displays the heroic figure of the Scorpion King as deliberately ithyphallic (see graphic at right), the same as the uniquely* ithyphallic Egyptian god Min.

Additionally, posture of the figure and placement of arms are further reminiscent of Min.

*Min is the only Egyptian god depicted as inherently ithyphallic. All other such representations of Egyptian deities either report on a specific incident in which the erect phallus plays a role (e.g., Osiris mating with Isis) or else represent other gods depicted as Min or identifying with Min metaphorically via this key sexual attribute (e.g., depictions of Amen as ithhyphallic).

The Ancient Greek Historian, Herodotus, Equates Menes with Min

"When this Min, who first became king, had made into dry land the part which was dammed off, on the one hand, I say, he founded in it that city which is now called Memphis..."
Herodotus Histories II, Para 39,The Harvard Classics (emphasis added)

"They said also that the first man who became king of Egypt was Min; and that in his time all Egypt except the district of Thebes was a swamp..."
Herodotus Histories II, Para. 3 The Harvard Classics (emphasis added)

Note: Also at this last URL, reference is made of the goat god from which the Greeks derived their own libidinous satyr god, "Pan." However to the Egyptians, this goat god was known by another name: Mendes. Taking the "d" away gives us "Menes". As stated earlier, "Pan" is derived directly from the god Min. Thus, here again what appears yet another direct connection between King Menes, Pan, and Min.


Menes Venerates "Hephaistos" (God of the "Forge")

According to Herodotus, after building the city of Memphis, "Min...established in the city the temple of Hephaistos, a great work and most worthy of mention."
Herodotus Histories II, Para 39,The Harvard Classics (emphasis added)

Herodotus, being Greek, attributed Min's temple as being that of "Hephaistos," the Greek equivalent of a much more ancient Egyptian god.

(ca 400 bce)

And who was Hephaistos?

Hephaistos, God of the Forge, is the personification of subterranean and terrestrial fire, including human lustiness. The instinctive, libidinous "fire down below" is echoed by the Tarot attribution of the spermatazoic letter Yod, which means "hand" but represents the 'point' of the phallus, particularly the sperm which projects from it. It represents the longing for soul completion, or union through the sexual act.

"Whether Zeus fathered Hephaistos or not, he rejected him forthwith. In one version, Hera abandoned him also, hurling her lame son into the sea from Olympian heights. This rejection and abandonment led him to judge himself as "imperfect" and his compensation was to achieve technological perfection through his work. Hephaistos was born with a birth defect; he was lame and twisted, and only learned to walk with great difficulty. His appearance disgusted Hera, and she tried to hide him from the Immortals. He was raised by sea nymphs until the age of nine, when he made his existence known to the Olympians."     -

Might Min/Menes have also thought himself considered an outcast and rejected by society prior to his conquests and triumphs, or perhaps even afterwards and in spite of them?

Intriguing questions given Min's personal choice of a god to venerate. And perhaps intriguing insights into the inner character of this ancient legendary ruler and, in particular, his identity as one of the Rephaim progeny and in full possession of the genetic superhuman sexual characteristic of that legacy.


"The Divine Blacksmith"
(New Kingdom)

Hephaistos (Greek) = Ptah (Egyptian) 

In Sumerian/Semitic, Ptah means:
"he who fashioned things by carving and opening up"

As stated above, Herodotus was Greek, and so used the Greek name for the Egyptian God, Ptah, upon which Hephaistos was derived centuries later.

The Memphis theology is based around Ptah (equivalent to the Greek Hephaistos, the divine blacksmith)...who himself becomes the primordial fire and gives it substance.


While this is fairly common knowledge to mythology, what is not so commonly known is that the Egyptian god Ptah was, himself, derived upon an even earlier personage from yet another foreign land:

"That the earliest gods did come from the biblical lands of Shem is additionally borne out by the puzzling fact that the names of these olden gods were of 'Semitic' (Akkadian) derivation. Thus Ptah, which had no meaning in Egyptian, meant 'he who fashioned things by carving and opening up' in the Semitic tongues."      

- Zecharia Sitchin, The Wars of Gods and Men (    (emphasis added)

Perhaps not coincidentally, the very forging and manufacturing skills for which Ptah and Hephaistos were known mirror almost exactly the trade skills reported to have been taught to humans by Azazel.


Azazel as Ptah --"God of the Forge"

Prior to Menes' temple to Ptah, no previous reference to Ptah exists. Thus it is probable that Ptah was created by Menes, himself. If true, then the concept of Ptah must have derived from Menes' own Sumerian origins. If indeed Menes were descended from the "Watchers," it would stand to reason that he would attempt to preserve their veneration in his newly established empire. And in venerating Ptah, the "Divine Blacksmith," we again cannot help but find direct parallel with one of the particular Chief Captains of the "Watchers," Azazel.

It was Azazel who, in addition to sexually "corrupting" females, also taught humankind metallurgy, the same characteristics possessed by Ptah, the "Divine Blacksmith":

"And Azazel taught men to make swords, knives, shields, breastplates, the fabrication of mirrors and the workmanship of bracelets and ornaments..."    
- Book of Enoch 8:1


Menes Honored Ptah as His Own Ancestor,   
The Original "Divine Blacksmith":  Azazel

If -- as the evidence illustrates -- Ptah was not previously known as a god in Egypt, if Menes therefore brought the worship of the god "Ptah" with him from his country of origin, if Menes was indeed a descendent of the "Watchers" and therefore either related to or directly descended from Azazel, the oft-described original blacksmith who "taught men to make swords, knives"... etc., then it would make perfect sense for Menes to venerate his own illustrious ancestor who "taught women how to enjoy sexual pleasure" and who was also the first and only true "Divine Blacksmith" to teach metallurgy and metalwork to Mankind:  Azazel.

Egyptian "Opening of the Mouth" Ritual of "Watcher" Origin?

That "Ptah" means "he who fashioned (created) by... opening up" in the Akkadian (Upper Sumerian) language finds intriguing correlation with the still largely unknown significance associated with Ptah's direct involvement in the Egyptian "Opening of the Mouth" ritual performed after death. During this key ritual, it is Ptah (together with Thoth) who "opens" the mouth of the deceased so as to reintroduce the soul (ka) and re-animate the body/statue/temple thereby, thus "fashioning" the eternal reunification of "body" and "soul."

This provides yet another intriguing correlation between "Ptah" (whose name has no meaning in Egyptian) and this god's name's distinctively Mesopotamian linguistic link with Upper Sumer.


Menes Deified for His "Eternally Firm" Sexual Capacity

Thus, given the preponderance of evidence (of which only the scarcest highlights are provided herein), it would appear quite likely that Menes and others of the Rephaim lineage arrived in Egypt from the Mesopotamian area (Sumer), that he/they succeeded in conquering and uniting both Upper and Lower Egypt, that he/they then established the first Empire on this planet, that Menes built the great city of Memphis and built therein a temple in veneration of his own ancestor, the "Fallen Angel" Azazel under the Akkadian name of Ptah, and that at some point either prior to or subsequent of his death, Menes was in fact deified, becoming the "eternally firm" "Bestower of Male Sexual Prowess", the Sex God Min.

Despite all else accomplished by Menes, he was eternally identified as the preeminent god of male sexual virility, the "Bestower of Male Sexual Prowess" . It would appear something about him so identified him and his "divine ancestry" with "male sexual prowess" that -- notwithstanding his many magnificent accomplishments and characteristics -- it was his "eternally firm" sexuality that most made him a God to his people.

As a sex god, Min's sexual influence was so widespread that almost all later fertility gods throughout Europe and Asia-Minor are based on Him. These include, Bacchus, Pan, Dionysius, Cupid, and Priapus. Unfortunately, all these later sex gods are more largely depicted as wine-swilling gluttons than truly sexual beings. Min stands alone as the most primally and blatantly sexual of all the ancient pagan gods of male fertility, yet ironically also the only example of a sexual deity based wholly upon the "superhuman" sexual characteristics of an actual mortal being, a man who apparently was only one of a "divine" race as equally sexually gifted. 


Was Menes (Min/Amsu) a descendant of the "Watchers"... One of the Rephaim?

While there is yet no definitive proof one way or the other -- and probably never will be given the almost-prehistoric time periods involved -- the historical and related circumstancial evidence linking the two is remarkable and worthy of studied consideration. Given the dearth of archaeological evidence that far back in history and the sparcity of records still surviving from such ancient times, it is doubtful that historians will ever be able to determine anything truly conclusive. Nevertheless the parallels and evidences discovered are striking.

However despite the lack of specific archaeological evidence, there does exist ancient Egyptian texts which do specifically name Min as one of the "Watchers." In the "Hymn to Amen-Ra," the god Amen is praised for each of his "divine" attributes as each of the many gods he had by that time (XX-XXI Dynasty) come to represent, including the predynastic sexual god "Min/Amsu." However, only as "Amsu/Min" is Amen described as follows:

"Thou art the untiring watcher, o Amsu-Amen..." (Amsu = Min)
"Hymn to Amen-Ra" (ca XX-XXI Dynasty) ( (emphasis added)

Additionally, both King Menes and the Rephaim were considered "demigods" (half human, half god), descended from the Gods, themselves. And as seen above, both originated in the Fertile Crescent area of Sumer ("Land of the Watchers"). Both were regarded as sexual "supermen" (the Rephaim, for their inherently sexual natures as"supermen" in their roles as rp'um, or Dispensers of fertility and seducers and "corruptors" of Human females; Menes, by his deification as the preeminent male sexual deity, "Min," the "Eternal Firm One" and "Bestower of Male Sexual Prowess"). All of these parallels bespeak a race possessing a unique "super"-human sexual capacity of an "eternal"-ly "firm" nature that while revered and venerated by the lusty Egyptians, Sumerians, and Babylonians (to name only a few), was condemned by the Hebrews as resulting in the sensual "corruption" of their females.

Thus, if Menes were a "demigod" with the "superhuman" sexual capacity attributed to his deified form as Min, then so also must "his descendants", also considered "demigods," likewise have possessed this same defining male sexual capacity. Thus it was not a learned skill, but instead a genetic trait passed on to "his descendants" from ancient times down to today, conceivably.


The Tribe of Benjamin of Rephaim Descent?

The Twelve Tribes of Israel of the Bible refer to the progeny of the twelve sons of Jacob, later named Israel (He who strives [wrestles[ with God) by an angel with whom Jacob physically confronted during a pre-dawn encounter. Jacob considered the angel to be God, Himself, and hence the misunderstanding apparent in the name "Israel." Strangely, no explanation is given in the Bible as to why Jacob was "wrestling" with the angel. However, we shall broach this a bit later on.

To Rachel, one of Jacob's wives, were born two of these twelve sons. Namely, Joseph (of the "Coat of Many Colors" fame) and the youngest son of them all, Benjamin. Key to the question of who the remaining Rephaim progeny were in Canaan following the attempted genocide centuries earlier, is the intriguing etymology of the name "Benjamin."

As seen above... "Bene ha-Elohim" literally means "Sons of the Elohim (God/Gods)" in the ancient Hebrew language.

However where the name "Benjamin" is concerned, there is a continuing dispute regarding the meaning of this ancient name. Currently "Benjamin" is translated as meaning either "'son of the south' or 'son of the right hand'". Not exactly synonymous translations, are they? The confusion as to the correct meaning becomes obvious, however, if we examine this word in the context of its language of origin: Aramaic. And in Aramaic, Benjamin becomes "BENYAMN" or "BENYAMIN".

As currently translated by Biblical scholars, BENYAMIN is divided up into the following two words: "BEN" ("Son" [of]) + "YAMN" or "YAMIN" ("South" or "Right Hand"), thus rendering either:

BEN (Son [of]) -YAMIN ("South" or "Right Hand"):   
"Son of the South" or "Son of the Right Hand"

The self-evident problem with either translation is the fact that the word "YAMN" exists in neither Hebrew or Aramaic. Thus, its translation has forever been in doubt and continues to be alternately translated as either "South" or "right hand." Hence, the continuing controversy re: which is correct.

Perhaps the mistake lies in assuming "YAMN" was intended as only a single word.

Instead of attempting a translation of "YAMN" (yamin) as one word, what if we split the word in two, rendering it: "YA MN" or... "YA MIN"? In Hebrew "YA" (also rendered "HA") means "the". Thus, "BEN-YA-MN" (Ben-ya-min) becomes:

BEN (Son [of]) - YA (the) - MN or MIN (Min)  =  "Son of the* 'Min'"  (Son of Min)

* Whereas in English the article "the" would seem to indicate that the noun thereafter is plural, no such assumption can be made of Aramaic. The word "the" only gives emphasis to the importance of the noun that follows. Thus, a more English-accurate rendition of this phrase is:   "Son of Min".

Benjamin as a "Son of (the) Min"

As already explained, "Min" (also spelled "Mn" and "Mnu" in Egyptian) was the predynastic, eternally ithyphallic Egyptian God of "male sexual prowess," known during his lifetime as King Menes. Thus, as Menes had lived and died thousands of years earlier, Min was already an ancient Egyptian deity long before Jacob (Israel) was born. Thus it was, according to all we have theorized, also the name by which one particular Watcher descendant, Menes as "Min", was identified in Egypt.

If this translation is indeed the correct one, the implications are quite far-reaching.

It was during Benjamin's lifetime that the Israelites traveled en masse to Egypt and there began (according to the Old Testament) a 400-year stay. Benjamin spent the rest of his life in Egypt, during which time the Israelites became quite attached to and assimilated into the Egyptian culture and religious way of life, including a full understanding and even venerance for the Egyptian deities, of whom "Min" was one of the greatest. Thus, identifying Rachel's second son with this primeval Sex God and the "Demigods of Manes" or "Shemsu Hor" (sons or followers of Horus), from whom Menes descended, could not but have had a very positive influence on Benjamin's acceptance by the Egyptians as having descended from this same bloodline. Of course as Jacob was most certainly not Menes and therefore not "Min", who lived and died literally thousands of years earlier, why would Jacob name his son "Son of the Min"?

The intriguing possibility hinted at in Genesis is that perhaps Benjamin was not Jacob's son at all, but perhaps of direct Rephaim paternity and was so named not by Jacob... but by his real father. Read more HERE.

It is also important to note that following the reported Exodus back to Canaan, it was specifically the males of the Tribe of Benjamin who were most vilified for their highly decadent sexual natures and ultimately fell victims to yet another sexually motivated genocide that reportedly destroyed the entire Tribe save for only 600 men who succeeded in escaping the slaughter (Judges 19-24).

Benjamin Names His Own Son "Rapha"

While up to this point all previous evidence has not necessarily provided the euphemistic "smoking gun" of a possible connection between Benjamin and the "Watchers," there is one final piece of historical fact that would seem to provide as close a "smoking gun" as might be possible.

Significantly, Benjamin chose to name his fifth son by the very root word from which the term "Rephaim" derives: "RAPHA." (1 Chronicles 8:2), which is one of the singular forms of the plural "Rephaim", thus literally meaning "one of the Rephaim."

As explained in the authoritative Strong's Concordance of the Bible, the Hebrew word RAPHA (Strong's Ref. # 7497) is not a proper name at all, but instead is the term by which the sexually "invigorating" progeny (descendants) of the "Watchers" were identified.

Prior to this, never before in the Old Testament (or Torah) was this word ever used as a proper name. And only once thereafter is "RAPHA" (1 Chronicles 8:37) used again as a proper name, and again it is to name yet another descendant of Benjamin, this time to identify the second son of Moza (one of Benjamin's great-great-great...-grandsons). This same son of Moza is also listed by the name: "REPHAIAH" (1 Chronicles 9:43), another singular form of the plural "Rephaim" and even more linguistically links this name with "REPHAIM".

Thereafter, this name is never again used. The genetic link with the "Watchers" thus validated, the paternal connection historically made, there was apparently no further need to continue applying this strictly "Rephaim" term as a proper name.


Benjamin's Prolific Historical Figures

Many of the notable later historical figures in Hebrew history were of the Tribe of Benjamin, including Israel's first king, Saul, and even the more noted "King of the Jews", Jesus, (through his mother's lineage). Mary Magdalene, likewise falsely vilified in the Sixth Century by the Catholic faith as a "fallen woman", also appears to have been of the Tribe of Benjamin. So also the Apostle Paul, most responsible for the establishment of the Christian Church, proudly declared himself of the Tribe of Benjamin (Romans 11:1).

"Galileans... were Benjamites"

In fact, there is strong evidence that most if not all of Jesus' disciples were of the Tribe of Benjamin. This is due to the fact that the province known as "Galilee" belonged to the Tribe of Benjamin. Thus to be a "Galilean" was to be a Benjamite.

"It is known, by most Bible students, that the Galileans of Christ's time, on earth, were Benjaminites."

"At His Ascension into heaven the angels called His disciples, "Ye men of Galilee..." At Pentecost, all of the disciples who spoke in tongues were identified as Galileans and as Jesus' witnesses. Yes, the witnessing did begin in Jerusalem, but the witnesses were identified as Galileans."

Additionally, the cities of Nazareth (town most identified with Jesus), Capernaum (where Jesus first announced his Messianic mission), Cana (where Jesus turned water into wine... possibly at his own wedding), and Magdala (town most identified with Mary Magdalene) are all in Galilee and at that time populated predominantly by Benjamites. And of course there is the Sea of Galilee where so many other great miracles occurred.

As it is well known, it was in Galilee that Jesus ostentatiously spent most of his ministry, being also identified often in scripture as "Jesus of Galilee."

It is further interesting to note that the very city of Jerusalem was originally a Benjamite city, given to the Tribe of Benjamin for their inheritance. It wasn't until the advent of King David that Jerusalem was claimed by him as his royal city and henceforth became a property of his own Tribe of Judah.

Of particular import, Moses himself pronounced regarding the Tribe of Benjamin thusly:

"And of Benjamin he said, The beloved of the Lord shall dwell in safety by him; and the Lord shall cover him all the day long, and he shall dwell between his shoulders."   

 Deuteronomy 33:12

And who might this "beloved of the Lord" be? It could not have been Jesus, specifically, for he was most certainly not "covered" nor "dwell(ed) in safety by" Benjamin "all the day long" (obviously a metaphoric reference to some considerable passage of time). While there is much stronger evidence available regarding who also the Tribe of Benjamin is and who exactly the "beloved of the Lord" refers to, the brief explanation given here suffices for now.

Additional key clues can be found here and here.


And what of today?

As seen above and as recorded by the ancient Egyptians, the Watchers did indeed arrive in Egypt from Sumer ("Land of the Watchers"). And as also shown, these "Watchers" (or rather their descendants, the Rephaim) were not at all the demonic, blood-thirsty "giants" claimed by the Hebrews. Instead, it was thanks to the Watchers' descendants that Egypt rose to become Earth's first known Empire, one that lasted 3,000 years - longer than any other known civilization on this planet.

The question now becomes, where are the "Watchers'" (the Rephaim), today?

All evidence seems to point to the simplest and most rational explanation: they have assimilated into all races over the millennia. This becomes evident even from Egyptian dynastic times. While Menes (Min) and his immediate progenitors, the "Demigods of Manes" were undoubtably quite pure-blood "Rephaim," yet there exists no significant accounts of a tradition of such sexually superior males in ancient Egypt continuing much beyond Menes' life. This could be due to one of two factors: societal rejection and ultimate persecution of Rephaim males by "normal" males within the same society resulting in their expulsion and/or extermination, or genetic dissipation of this trait through successive generations of intermarrying and breeding with Egyptian women. Or perhaps a combination of both.

Regardless of the effect or extent of any possible societal rejection and persecution, as the Rephaim males married and had children by first Hebrew, then Sumerian, then Egyptian women during the first few hundred years of their "arrival," their genetic influences on each successive generation would have undoubtably waned until their descendants' genetic capacity for multiorgasmic sex would have quickly begun to skip whole generations, becoming an ever-increasingly recessive genetic trait.

However, there is also tantalizing evidence that there might have been at least one isolated Rephaim tribe who succeeded in surviving fairly well intact far into the Middle Ages.


Transylvania and Gothic "Vampirism"

Saint Germain

With the same fervor by which the Egyptians adored sensuality, the ancient Hebrews abhorred same. Hence the Rephaim's forced migration into Egypt (Menes and his "Rephaim" family, called "Shemsu Hor" by the Egyptians) and Babylon, following the ancient slaughter and expulsion of the Rephaim from the Palestine/Israel area. Thereafter, as the Greeks and then the Romans conquered and supplanted the ancient religions and cultures of the Mediterranean and Mideastern societies with their own, the Rephaim were forced to seek new homes elsewhere. Evidently, either before or after the appearance of the "Watchers" in Egypt, at least one tribe of the Rephaim chose as home the Eastern European area of the Carpathian mountains known as Transylvania. Here, this Rephaimic tribe flourished discreetly for centuries, if not millennia. Chiefest of those belonging to this Rephaim tribe may have been those of the royal Racoczi family line, into which line was born the mysterious Cmte. (Count) Saint Germain (coincidentally reputed to be both of great age [several hundred years] and a vampire, though considered by women -- including the infamous Mdme. de Pompadour -- as a superior lover to other men, much to the displeasure and envy of another contemporary, the Master Skirtchaser archetype himself, Giovanni Casanova).

However, despite establishing themselves well in Transylvania and its environs, with the rise of Christianity a very similar anti-sexual attitude again arose forbodingly reminiscent of the ancient Hebrews. However, unlike the relatively limited sphere of influence of ancient Judaism, Christianity's influence and negative attitudes toward sensuality soon permeated all of the Western World, including Eastern Europe. Here, as in Palestine anciently, these early Eastern European Christians soon adopted this same belief system and increasingly began to take an equally dim view of the sensual "corruption" of their females, as well. And as had been done in Palestine five thousand years earlier, the Rephaim in Romania and surrounding districts were again regarded as a supernatural threat... though this time not from any source remotely resembling the divine.

The Slavic Vampire: the Only Actual Vampire Archetype

Despite the claims from most "vampirologists" and other vampire "experts" that vampiric beings existed in the folklore of almost all cultures, worldwide, the fact is that the "vampire" did not exist outside the Slavic countries:

"These writers, and others, established the notion that 'every culture has a form of vampire belief', that 'vampires' were a universal, even archetypal human superstition, and that they were found world- and history-wide, buried in every body of myth, hidden in every holy book, lurking behind every fairy-tale.

"And of course, they were quite wrong!!! The folklorists managed this feat by taking each separate element of the vampire metaphor and using it to qualify as a 'type of vampire' absolutely anything whatsoever that fitted even one aspect of the definition. Was it a supernatural being that drank blood? Then it's a 'type of vampire'! Was it something that came back from the grave? Then it's a 'type of vampire'! Was it an entity or revenant that was 'hungry' or that pestered the living for sex? Then it's a 'type of vampire'! Never mind that the individual cultures concerned had complex histories and belief systems to which these 'types of vampire' really belonged. They all got lumped together, and suddenly the word 'vampire' included at least half of the myths, legends, and folklore ever known on the planet. Child-killing demons, blood-drinking gods, hungry ancestor spirits, cannibalistic demons, fierce animal ghosts, night-hag entities, incubi/succubi, the restless dead, plague demons...these and many other very culture-specific beliefs, all with their own context and history, suddenly became part of the definition of 'vampire'."   (emphasis added)


The Slavic Vampire of History did not Drink Blood

Despite the countless novels, movies, and fictional accounts to the contrary, yet the actual Slavic Vampire of Romania's Transylvania was not a blood drinker:  

""There are no bloodsuckers in Romanian tradition.  To drink blood is forbidden."
- Romanian Professor, Dr. Sabina Ispas
(excerpted from "Could We Reshape the Image of Evil in the Post-industrial Society?", 2000 World Dracula Congress)

"The weird thing is, in actual panics, where people thought the 'vampire' was right there and active, there are almost no stories about blooddrinking. 'Vampires' were the hungry dead."
(emphasis added)

Well, if the actual vampire was not "hungry" for blood, then... for what?


The Historic "Dark Gift" of Unlimited Orgasmic Capacity in the Male:  
The Genetic Legacy of the "Fallen Angels"
and their progeny, the Slavic "Vampire"






© Copyright 1994 Warner Bro.s

Shortly following the First Millenium C.E. (A.D.), the mortal descendents of the Fallen Angels (the Rephaim) found their sexual gifts again the source of rising persecution reminiscent of the persecutions suffered by their "Watcher" ancestors, anciently. This time however, they found themselves regarded as supernatural not as "angels" or "demons," but instead -- as Vampires:

" the puritanical words of the Book of Enoch these corrupted souls (the progeny of the "Fallen Angels") are also destined to become the damned, who will 'take no food, [but nevertheless hunger] and thirst'... in East European folklore, as well as in popular romance, there are likewise supernatural denizens that drink blood yet can 'take no food, [but can nevertheless hunger] and thirst', and these are, of course, nosferatu - vampires."

"Romantic writers, for instance, became transfixed by the stories of the Sons of God coming unto the Daughters of Men, and began to feature these devilish characters in their poetic works. A little later, Victorian painters started portraying this same subject matter on canvas. One might even be tempted to suggest that the Book of Enoch was a major inspiration behind the darker excesses of the so-called Gothic revival, which culminated in such literary works as Bram Stoker's Dracula, in which the eponymously named character is himself a fallen angel."

- excerpted from "From the Ashes of Angels", Collins, p. 21, 1996  (emphasis added)

And again... yet another reference to the "Fallen Angels," who were most identified historically in the Book of Enoch for their supposed "addiction to lust."  So, what has this to do with ... vampires?

The Historic Slavic Vampire (Nosferatu
), as per the actual accounts:
- Old Slavonic word "nosufur-atu" or "nesuferit",
both from the Greek: "nosophoros" ("plague carrier")

© Copyright 1994 Warner Bro.s

While the Slavic vampire was known by a variety of names, including upir' and vampir, the name that perhaps most immediately reveals its other-than-blood-drinking uniqueness is the name by which this male creature was known in the environs of the Carpathian mountains of Romania's Transylvania.  Namely, "Nosferatu":

"The most common view on the Nosferatu was its destructive nature and libido, which can drive it to meticulously destroy entire populations, while still engaging in wild orgies and passionate sex with the living... The Nosferatu's name is roughly translated to mean "plague bearer," and was said to spread tuberculosis..."

Yet, what has tuberculosis to do with vampires?  Well, when closely examined... not much, in fact.  That is, except for the symptoms.

The original Nosferatu legends, as told by the actual inhabitants of the Carpathian mountains, describe not a blood-sucker, but instead a highly libidinous being whose "insatiable", "prodigious sexual appetites" resulted in "sexual orgies" causing his lovers to "weaken and become ill with exhaustion", further becoming "exhausted and emaciated" as such non-stop multiorgasmic encounters continued, symptoms very similar to the dread disease "Consumption" (Tuberculosis), from whence the name, Nosferatu ("plague carrier") originates.

Despite the "Gothic," 19th-Century, pulp-fiction tales of the impotent, asexual vampire, the true Nosferati (plural) of Eastern Europe had very little in common with these sexless, Victorian-Age, blood-drinking, fang-wielding, daylight and crucifix-fearing creatures.

The Slavic Vampire: a Sexually "Insatiable" Race

Instead, the Slavic vampire was described in the original legends as "hungry" not for blood... but very clearly, for sex. And lots of it:

"The vampire of folklore is a sexual creature, and his sexuality is obsessive– indeed, in Yugoslavia, when he is not sucking blood, he is apt to wear out his widow with his intentions, so that she too pines away, much like his other victims."

-- Vampires, Burial and Death: Folklore and Reality; P. Barber, 1988; p. 9
-   (emphasis added)


"Gypsies believed some vampires (the Nosferati) had an insatiable sexual appetite and would return from the grave to have sexual relations with their widow or a young woman of their choosing."

-- The Vampire Book, J. Gordon Melton, 1999; p. 616
-   (emphasis added)


"The folklore of Russia also described the vampire as a sexual being. Among the ways in which it made itself known was to appear in a village as a handsome young man. Circulating among the young people in the evening, the vampire lured unsuspecting women to their doom."

-- ibid.; p. 617(emphasis added)

"Gypies thought of the vampire as a sexual entity. The male vampire was believed to have such an intense sexual drive that his sexual need alone was sufficent to bring him back from the grave. His first act usually was to return to his widow, whom he engaged in sexual intercourse. Nightly visits could ensue over a period of time, with the wife becoming exhausted and emaciated."

-- ibid.; pp. 616-617(emphasis added)


"Male vampires were known to have a strong sexual appetite and returned from the dead to have sexual relations with a wife, girlfriend, or other women. Female vampires were thought to be able to return from the dead and assume a normal life, even to the point of marrying -- though her husband would become exhausted from satisfying her sexual demands."

-- ibid.; p. 313 (emphasis added)


"The sexual nature of the act is plainly indicated in the following examples.
Heinrich von Wlislocki*, in his researches into Roumanian superstitions tells us: ...With young people it
(The Nosferat) indulges in sexual orgies until they get ill and die of exhaustion. It often happens that women are impregnated by this creature and bear children..."   

- On the Nightmare, E. Jones, pp. 117-118 (emphasis added)
*   a noted Austrian Gypsologist


"Mullos (Gypsy word for Vampire) also return to satisfy their prodigious sexual appetites... They are so insatiable that their human partners are likely to weaken and become ill with exhaustion."

- The Complete Vampire Companion (R Guiley, pp. 9-10) (emphasis added)


When viewed in light of the unlimited, natural multiorgasmic capacity documented in the Rutgers University study showcased at this site and apparently possessed by the "Rephaim," the reports of a Slavic vampire's lovers/"victims" "becoming exhausted and emaciated" and thus "likely to weaken and become ill with ("sexual") exhaustion" finally make sense, taking on an entirely new and highly erotic significance: this was not the disease "Consumption" (Tuberculosis) at all. As the "vampiric" activities were reported to be sexual in nature, what could cause such exhaustion and emaciation in female "victims"?

There can be but one logical conclusion: continuous multiorgasmic sex over a period of days.

This also cannot but call into question whether the "victims" were, in fact, victims. Given that they were made "exhausted and emaciated" through such presumably non-stop sexual congress, it cannot but be suggested that to arrive at such a state, they themselves were most likely quite active and willing participants in the multiorgasmic sexual activity. And if so, might this, rather than fictional neckbites, etc., be the reason behind the reported devotion of such female "familiars" to their "Vampire" Masters?

Was, perhaps, this same intense female devotion the same as reportedly experienced anciently by Human females to their "fallen angel" husbands? And might this devotion have had as part of its motivation the sexual awakening and deeper emotional bonding made possible through mutual multiorgasmic communion with such sexually (and therefore, emotionally) equal males?

In fact, these "vampiric" couplings do describe an ancient Rephaim sexual rite of communion (from which was derived the Sumerian multiorgasmic "Hieros Gamos" [Sacred Marriage] rite) in which its participants enjoyed literally days of continual lovemaking, the participants experiencing the euphoria of non-stop orgasms together day after day, night after night.  And during such multiorgasmic euphoria, like a drug the natural "high" experienced builds to such emotional and sexual intensity and fulfillment that none desires to "take food", preferring instead to continue on sexually, higher and higher together, sexually and emotionally. Hence, the true source of the symptoms of exhaustion and emaciation so often described.

Despite the inaccuracy of the term Nosferatu in describing the Rephaim during this time period, it would have seemed quite appropriate to the local populaces observing women taken by a Nosferatu: the emaciated body, the listless endorphin-saturated eyes, all evidences not of "consumption" but of days of multiorgasmic euphoria.

Vilification, Persecution and Eradication... yet again

Given Catholicism's and Orthodox Christianity's views of carnality as evil, it was not long before such sensual expression was condemned and labeled satanic. In particular, the Rephaim were vilified as vampires and hunted down as such. And women were fed horrific stories of fanged blood-drinking creatures who walk the night in search of female "victims." This quickly degenerated into the fodder for pulp fiction of the Age culminating in Bram Stoker's "Dracula", thus solidifying forever the image and legendary characteristics of the "gothic vampire."

An intriguing treatise on the nosferatu, in particular, is found at an interesting website that provides poignant, though not wholly intentional, insight into the sexual mores challenged by the actual sexually "insatiable" Rephaimite male, as vilified as the nosferatu:

The Forbidden: Past and Recent Vampires as
Symbols of Changing Sexual Mores
   by Michelle Engel

"Beginning, then, with Stoker’s Count Dracula, the vampire embodies untempered lust. His appetite has made him a monster, cursed to live outside of society, beyond the will of God... The Count charms beautiful young women from their beds to receive his kiss, seducing them into a state of wanton submission. He is the ruling alpha male, powerful, aggressive, and dominant. It is his desire that matters, not that of his devotees. This point of view reflects the sexual politics of its era. Women are passive receivers of sex, never equal partners or initiators. And while they may partake of some degree of pleasure, there is always some pain and suffering involved, at least in the beginning.

"Moreover, the idea that one night with the hungry vampire can vanquish a young woman’s spiritual virtue reflects the Christian ideology that virgin females are purer and more sacred than their sexually active counterparts for their likeness with the Virgin Mother of Jesus. In addition, the tale of the Old World vampire serves as a warning for adolescent girls. Forsake...the handsome stranger and love a boy whose family your family knows for the wanderer in fine clothes with an exotic accent will take advantage of you.

"From the masculine point of view, this same idea signals a pervasive fear that you, too, could lose your woman to the powerful enchantments of another man evil enough to ignore your claim to her... Another implication here is the fear that a man who cannot fully arouse and pleasure his wife will lose her to one who can...

"Viewing this again through the spectrum of sexual mores, the Nosferatu is a man who has lost his intellect, self-control, and humanity to his lust. Everything he does from his first to his last waking hour of every evening relates to satisfying his need for pleasure. He is unable to focus on anything else because to him, there is nothing else. And once again, responsibility to protect his intended “victim” falls upon another man. Be wary, gentlemen, of other men who might seek to ravage your woman, this story seems to say. And to the women, the message is much the same as in Dracula, only perhaps more fervent. Some men are sex monsters waiting to devour you. Be careful who you trust. Again, there is the paradigm of pleasure and guilt. There seems to be no third option of a female who seeks out the vampire’s bite for the female is always the passive victim."

- excerpted from: (Parts 1-2) (emphasis added)

While surely unintended, yet the views expressed above regarding the perceived motives of the Nosferatu, as well as those of both their female "victims" and their self-appointed male "saviors," parallel remarkably with the truths regarding vampires as presented and discussed herein and, earlier, exactly the attitudes reflected by men during the time of the "Fallen Angels." T
he nosferati would indeed have been thought predatory sex addicts by the mono-orgasmic male "saviors"-of-feminine-virtue, while all "God-fearing" females would have been seen as defenseless potential victims in need of constant and vigilant sexual protection therefrom. Yet, as suggested by the article's refreshingly observant female author, this view is entirely sexist in that it presupposes that the female could not possibly find herself attracted to -- much less benefited by -- such males equally possessing unlimited sexual capacity.

The "Malleus Maleficarum"Malleus Maleficarum

Not content with the near-genocidal slaughter of the Rephaim who had all been vilified and largely slaughtered during this more contemporary period as "vampires" rather than "fallen angels," the  ecclesiastical powers-that-be turned their murderous attentions upon the remaining segment of the population whose sexual capacities were equally as great as were those of the "vampires": namely, almost the entire Human female gender.  Of course, rather than vilifiying them as "vampires,"their task was made far easier thanks to the Old Testament mandate:  "Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live." (Exodus 22:18).

Thus, if it were possible to vilify females also by linking their truly natural multiorgasmic capacity with witchcraft, as they had already accomplished so successfully in vilifying the Rephaim's unique multiorgasmic capacity with "vampirism" and that of their ancient forefathers with being "fallen angels," then the step to the additional slaughter of all such females would simply be the next logical step and in full obedience to the Old Testament edict. Thus, "God's" work brought to its full fruition in the "Final Solution"-esque eradication of all multiorgasmics from this planet.

In 1487 CE, two Dominican monks, who had previously been fully endowed by Pope Innocent VIII in 1484 with unlimited prosecutory powers against "witches," Heinrich Kramer and James Sprenger, penned the truly despicable and virulently misogynist Malleus Maleficarum (the "Witches' Hammer").  Doing to females what Goebbels' own propaganda had done to the Jews of the Holocaust, the Malleus Maleficarum was used as the handbook by all Church-sponsored and privately operating inqisitors and magistrates throughout Europe for centuries thereafter in the wholesale slaughter of women across the continent.  While it has been amply stated following these horrific centuries of slaughter that women were targeted primarily for having been midwives, free-thinking women, healers, or otherwise generally undermining male authority, yet despite statements like these found in such commentaries as well as the pop-culture explanations of such movies as "The Da Vinci Code," the "Malleus" defines quite minutely what is and is not witchcraft and the reason for which women were specifically targeted for imprisonment, torture, and slaughter as witches:   

"To conclude: All witchcraft comes from carnal lust
which is in women insatiable."
Malleus Maleficarum, Question VI; 1487 CE

And there it was, the same equivalent term of "insatiable" "carnal lust" repackaged and vilified once again as a capital crime. Only now, this term was made inextricably linked with and, in fact, the single defining characteristic of "witchcraft."

As the word "orgasm" was not even coined until the beginning of the 20th Century, the meaning of "insatiable" "carnal lust" would have been crystal clear to anyone of that time period and not at all meant to be metaphoric or only obliquely euphemistic.  "Insatiable" "carnal lust" speaks solely and directly to a female's natural multiorgasmic capacity. And as witchcraft was singularly defined by the Malleus as proceeding solely from a female's natural absence of a Male Refractory Period following a single orgasm, then it was this same natural "insatiable" "carnal lust" that condemned her to death as a witch.  

As previously seen throughout history, this same capacity was identical to the "fallen angels'" "addict(ion) to lust" and the later "vampires'" "insatiable sexual appetite" for which multiorgasmic capacity those groups of males were likewise hunted down and slaughtered.  Of course, as women could not be vilified as "fallen angels" nor as "vampires" (their male multiorgasmic equivalents), yet the Old Testament verse of Exodus 22:18 that witches should not be permitted to live provided the Roman Catholic Church with the perfect means by which to label, vilify, and likewise slaughter women.  And so, having already destroyed by genocide almost the entire population of the Rephaim then living, the Catholic Church inevitably turned the crosshairs of its anti-multiorgasmic murder machine onto the only remaining, yet also the largest multiorgasmic segment of the Human population:  females.

As early as 1404, well before the mass murder of women reached its zenith, the Papal fathers had already burned at least 30,000 women. So many women were murdered that it could be said that the Church was attempting no less than a wholesale genocide of women--"sexocide" as Lederer (1973) put it.

"Often all the women in a given area were rounded up by the Catholic authorities. Those who were exceedingly attractive were then hideously sexually tortured and then slaughtered by burning, boiling in oil, crushing, and via whatever device the religious authorities felt appropriate or which suited their sick minds. In Germany huge ovens were constructed for the purposes of mass female murder."  (Achterberg, 1991; Lederer 1968).

And so it was also with the wives and families of the "Fallen Angels" thousands of years earlier, and for the same reason: "insatiable" "carnal lust." This same charge of sexual insatiability and thus being "addicted to (lust)" was identical to that also apparently possessed by the Eastern European vampire. In fact, the very word "upir" (from which the word "vampyr" is derived) as been translated frequently as meaning "witch." Thus it would seem that, given the mindset of that time and place, the term "vampire" itself proceeds directly from the "witch"-like characteristic of "insatiable" "carnal lust" by which women and they were most notably identified.

Thus throughout history we see that, in the minds of the majority of sexually "normal" men, far better that anyone possessing such sexual insatiability be slaughtered than to cause "normal" men to acknowledge themselves as less sexually capable and run the risk of being considered less sexually desirable by their would-be damsels-in-distress. And so rather than permit such, the "Fallen Angels" and the nosferati all found themselves forever vilified as sexual aggressors and predators, as would-be rapists. Females, on the other hand, at least were given a choice. They could either be equally vilified and condemned for admitting and enjoying their insatiable sexual capacities, or else they could repent of their "witchcraft" and submit instead to being "virtuous" females outwardly content and satisfied with the "one-orgasm-fits-all" lovemaking of their "normal" mono-orgasmic male lovers.

And so we have come full circle from the vilfications and resulting slaughter of the "Fallen Angels" and their families and the subsequent blame placed on all such for the sensual "corruption" of females resulting in the destruction of all Mankind via the Great Deluge, to the vilifications and slaughters of both "vampires" and "witches" in far more recent history for also being sexually "insatiable." And thus we find also revealed the principal cause throughout recorded history for all these vilifications and persecutions upon sensually "insatiable" females and their Rephaimite male sexual equals:  mono-orgasmic male ego and insecurity.


Summary of Evidence

This webpage has provided only a brief synopsis of a few highlights from the volume of accumulated evidence compiled thus far on this subject. Soon an entire website shall be made available providing a much clearer and more complete picture of all currently available evidence, including an extensive timeline investigation of Rephaim history, as far as can best be determined.

However, so far we have traced the "Watchers" from the arrival of 200 of their number upon a mountain called "Ardis," somewhere in the Palestine area. Their arrival was specifically for the purpose of engaging in as much sex as possible with human females and teaching them how to "enjoy sexual pleasures" previously unknown. Children were born to them also possessing many of the same traits as their "divine" fathers. These children were called by many names, predominant among them was "The Rephaim," whose name has direct reference to sexual "vigor" and "virility." The Rephaim were later reportedly destroyed, yet continued references to living Rephaim and "giants" appear throughout the Old Testament (Numbers: 13:22; 13:28-33; Deut: 1:28; 2:1-; 9:2; Joshua: 11:21-22; 14:12; 14:15; 15:13-14; Judges: 1:20), thus they obviously did survive.

In Egypt, many reports have been discovered referencing the arrival of predynastic half-men/half-gods called the "Demigods of Manes" who were immigrants from the land of Sumer, a term which in both Sumerian and Epyptian means "The Land of the Watchers." A descendant of these "Demigods" was a man known as Menes, Narmer, or "The Scorpion King." It was Menes who succeeded in transforming an entire country of warring factions into the world's first and still longest-lasting Empire.

As we have also seen, despite King Menes' enormous accomplishments he was not deified nor revered for any of these as much as for his apparent superior sexual capacity as the Sex God "Min." Again, the Watchers' descendants still retaining the apparent "eternally firm", "super" "fertility" characteristics that have always personified who and what they were.

And finally, we arrive at the Gothic accounts that also link the "Watchers" and their descendants with the "Vampire" legends of the "Nosferati" as "handsome young" men possessing "an insatiable sexual appetite," causing their lovers to appear "exhausted and emaciated" following the enjoyment of the multiorgasmic euphorias shared. And just as had occurred anciently, so also these Rephaim descendants were likewise vilified and persecuted, primarily so as to keep women from "enjoy(ing) sexual pleasures" otherwise unattainable.

Thus the "Dark Gift" has continued down through the millennia as both a gift and a curse to its possessors.


Final Thoughts and Portents for the Future  
- from the Research Subject, Himself

"To the same degree that many men today might consider such males as ourselves a threat to their ability to sexually and romantically attract females, so did they then. While welcomed in Sumer and Egypt, yet in ancient Canaan and later during the Middle Ages, we were vilified as inherently 'evil' and a danger to the lives and 'souls' of females everywhere. In particular during the Middle Ages in Eastern Europe, to 'protect' the Christian women of Medieval Europe from such sensual 'demonic possession,' first the communities then the local clergy and ultimately the Church branded those of us exhibiting this naturally multiorgasmic capacity with the particularly terrifying label:  nosferatu.

"To frighten women and arouse the wrath of the local populaces we were slanderously depicted as creatures of the night, as the 'Undead,' as parasites that suck the life from the female living. And while these outrageous lies succeeded in their purposes against us, ultimately resulting in many deaths and forcing us to leave Eastern Europe en masse, yet they also have ironically spawned a rich tapestry of folklore, literature, and film that despite its total lack in truthful basis, still even today retains some of the original sense of eroticism that is the literal embodiment of who and what we truly are and always have been; perhaps in the end a fitting and lasting tribute to the 'Dark' Legacy of which I, for one, am physiologically part.

"Would I term this capacity a 'Dark' Gift? Perhaps. Undoubtably all examples of unusual ability, capacity, or power can be employed for both good and evil. And all such examples can be perceived by Society as being either inherently good or evil. Thus such a determination depends largely upon both the attitudes of the possessor and the 'possessed,' (I use that term metaphorically, only), the Rephaim male and the Society in which he resides. Of course, as present-day Society is as unaware of this capacity's potential for social and sexual evolution as were the medieval communities that spawned the nosferatu legends, there is always the 'danger' of evil, - but not to Society and certainly not to women, the true benefactors of this Gift. The danger lies, as it always has, in Society's stereotypical reaction to that which it does not understand:  fear, suspicion, vilification, condemnation, and ultimately, if permitted, -- eradication. Only through scientific research, such as with this first-ever research study, and public awareness can it be possible to have understood that which has forever been misunderstood. And such has been my quest since discovering my own uniqueness and seeking research of it.

"As women have been unable to fully realize their true sexual and emotional potentials with their MRP-limited male partners, it is hoped that as a result of the research now initiated the day may come when Science may unlock the secrets to MRP and both sexes might one day meet on truly equal sexual grounds and realize a sexual compatibility and an emotional fulfillment together never before possible. This, then, is the true 'Dark Gift' that we, the descendants of the original Rephaim, have expressed and enjoyed with women, our sexual and emotional equals, throughout history, and that is hoped -- through continued research -- might someday be offered all men.

"Should it someday become possible to finally bridge this greatest of all sexual chasms separating men and women, it is my hope that both sexes might then find it much easier to resolve their many lesser differences, for the unparalleled benefit and fulfillment of all."

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© Copyright 1994 Warner Bro.s

The Paranoia:

"A close analysis will show that the only emotions which in the long run harm are those arising from sex impulses, and when we have realized this, we have put a finger on the actual point of danger."

- Bram Stoker, author of Dracula
"The Censorship of Fiction";
The Nineteenth Century and After; September 1908;
(Quoted in "Bram Stoker";
Barbara Belford, 1996, p.312.)

















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