Jul 2

SC EP:339 The Nephilim Among Us

I will be welcoming Scott Carpenter to the show. Scott’s book: The Nephilim Among Us: The Identity And Origin of Sasquatch And Other Mysterious Creatures is available on Amazon.

Here is a description of the book: “Bigfoot, Gray Aliens, Dogmen, Orbs, and other unknown creatures: What are they? Where do they come from? Who or what created them? Amateur Bigfoot researcher Scott Carpenter reveals his conclusions after six years of research and investigation. Scott presents you with the evidence: DNA, photographic, historical, eyewitness, and physical.”

 

 

 

 

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The Nephilim Among Us

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Book link: https://www.createspace.com/6594754

 

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83 Responses to “SC EP:339 The Nephilim Among Us”

    • Robert F

      * Nephilim *,
      Happy 4th! Everyone, stay safe, and God Bless Our Beautiful Country. πŸŽ‡σΎ“¦ σΎ“¦πŸŽ‡

  1. Sid N

    Best Wishes to Eric, hoping your suffering with Crohn’s Disease will improve for you! I have a friend with Crohn’s but he is doing so much better this last several years, gained some weight and holds down a full time job. Hopefully you too will get needed relief also! Very good of Wes to include you in tonight’s show!

  2. F S

    Thank you Wes!
    We must open our minds to all possibilities.
    I’m not sure of ALL of Scott’s images are actual creatures as I think a lot of pareidolia takes place, but I like to see his evidence.
    Thanks so much!

  3. Gabriel H

    Yeah who the hockey sticks is this Woody guy everyone keeps talk’n about… 😝

    Eric: thanks for take’n the call man. I’m an RN and if I were working night shifts where you were at I woulda been right there listening with you bro. Stick around eh? We need good peeps in the world and you’re clearly one of them.

    Scott: thank-you sir. Looking forward to the read

  4. Shelly S

    Ugh, Eric..so sorry you are going through this autoimmune s#$t. Hang in there and keep up that positive attitude. I’m praying for you and a remission! ❀❀❀

  5. pam purple rose

    Eric, my heart goes out to you! I have Rheum. Arthritis another auto immune disease…. I totally commiserate with you and agree the distraction that SasChron creates for ones with chronic illnesses is awesome. Praying that the hospital is in the past forever for you!

    Wes, what a kind hearted thing you did for Eric; you’re the best!

    Scott: really interesting interview- I learned so much more about you than by just following your youtube vids. Thanks!

  6. Augustine L

    I don’t agree with the idea they are the nephilim, BUT other than than I pretty much agree with and have had very similar experiences as Scott C.

    I know it sounds weird, maybe, but it’s true.

  7. Janetta V

    Thank you very much Scott, I subscribe to you on youtube. Wes this was a great show and I learned so many different things about these stupid squatch characters. You can tell they think on a leval no ordinary animal can. For years I have believed they are the nephilim, the bible has all the answers, if you search it out. Also Steve Quayle’s book, GIANTS, opens up a whole new realm of thinking on this subject.

  8. Seamus J. C

    I don’t LIKE the episodes wherein the Christians claim their exclusive dominion over all religion and truth by interpreting BF as nephilim. Because that’s what that is. I appreciate Christian beliefs–I am one, of sorts, myself–but Christianity is one religion among many, with many flaws and gaps, like all religions. Someone correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t know of any Jew, anywhere, that would be looking around for nephilim. They do not take the Old Testament as being literally true (except for the greatest hits of Moses and David, and so forth) to the letter, otherwise they would be following all of those exhaustive proscriptions in Leviticus. Likewise, Catholics are not generally fundementalists, and most of the other Christian denominations of the mainstream do not take the entire Bible as literal, historical truth. That leaves a few denominations and trends among Christianity–certain evangelicals (non-denominational Christians, if you like), Baptists, Seventh-Day Adventists, possibly Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnessess that are fundementalist, literalist interpreters of the Bible and perhaps open to seeing nephilim, etc. But that leaves out huge swaths of Christianity, the Jews, the Muslims, any Pagan or Native religions, etc., etc., etc. So, I am boycotting this episode, and praying that SC will one day be less exclusive to a certain kind of Christian and be open to interpretations from other faiths, even all faiths.

    • Steven B

      The main reason that much of what was prescribed in Leviticus is not practiced by Orthodox Judaism is that most of what is there , regarding sacrifices and purification rituals, require the Temple (which replaces the Tabernacle) to be still in operation.

    • F S

      Stories of other-worldly beings walking among men and interbreeding with humans predate Christianity by tens of thousands of years. Zoroastrians, Ancient Greeks, Mayans, Classic Egyptians, Ancient Africans, and Australian Aborigines all have stories of Nephilim-LIKE beings.
      The Nephilim were first mentioned in GENESIS – which is the first book of the JEWISH TORAH. These beings age mentioned numerous times in The Quran, The Bhagavad Gita, Tripitakas, and in liturgure regarding the Celtic Tuatha DΓ© Danann, Norse mythology, and the ancient Sumerian tale of Gilgamesh.
      The idea of Nephilim (Angels – or any being from outside our planet) is as common as The Flood Myth.
      There is nothing in Scott Carpenter’s hypothesis that is uniquely “Christian”.

      • Seamus J. C

        It’s late, and I should be asleep, but my thought is that, if there are similar beings mentioned in other mythologies–large, hairy men, as in the epic of Gilgamesh, trolls or giants in Norse mythology (I can’t think of what else you might be referring to, there), Iron John/Hans in Grimms’, and I’m not sure what you’re referring to in Celtic myth– but I think that what they have in common is “large and hairy”. Correct me if I’m wrong. But what is unique, it seems to me, and a little bit icky, about the concept of nephilim, is that they are descended from fallen angels (aka demons). The stong implication is that they are evil or heirs to evil. Is THAT found in other mythologies? And yet, that is what I am referring to. I don’t think you can refer to them as “nephilim” without including that concept, it seems built in.

        Other cultural references to the Wild Man archetype, as in Iron Hans/John in Grimms’, or Enkido in Gilgamesh, are a way of including and sanctifying our wild animal nature (something we are always in danger of denying) and certain rites of passage that human beings need to go through. In other words, the Wild Man is a good thing, an indispensable part of us. That’s a wholly different emphasis than what is meant by “nephilim”–the opposite implication; the Wild Man is portrayed as good, the nephilim are evil (some see them as the very cause of the Flood).

        You will be broadening my mind if you can name another tradition with that same, evil emphasis. It is to that, essentially, that I object. I think that to entertain such concepts is to flirt with a bias, against a wild creature, that is not only negative, but has behind it all the fervor of true-believer religions. And, again, the interpretation of “nephilim” excludes most religious people that I know of, most of whom are not, the history of mythology aside, going looking for giant, hairy demon half-breeds because the Bible mentions giant, hairy, demon half-breeds (DOES it say they’re hairy?…Doing a quick check of Bible verses, no, it does not. One mention says that they became great heros and warriors–which does not sound bad at all–but another describes them as giants that devour those who enter their land. This, to me, sounds like two different things. Am I accurate in saying that people assume the nephilim to be evil? Now that I look it up, that seems to be up for debate)

        We ourselves are always portrayed as being supernatural, or at the very least descended from the supernatural. Not a new idea, I agree. But to call them nephilim is to call them something more evil than we, and something with greater supernatural abilities than we. And it is that emphasis which I find unique to a certain stripe of Christian. Correct me if I am wrong. Why not interpret them according to some other tradition, with a different take on the archetype of the large, hairy man? No, on THIS show, they are always associated with the nephilim, not the general Wild Man archetype.

        • Amy H

          Spot on! Humans always thought the inexplicable to be super natural…. there are many things we have not understood but as time passes and knowledge about our world gained, answers were/are found. The Bible is not the solution. It is an account of what man thought and represented what man did until the truth about life and nature was learned and continues to be. It’s a great story, it can remind us of life’s little messes, contradictions and struggles. To use it as a prognosticator or a glass ball is to keep us mired down in fear and confusion.
          Why fear the unknown? BF is not a nephelium. It’s a living creature we have yet to understand or thoroughly study. It’s exciting. The “what ifs” are amazing and thrilling. Poo-poo on the woo-woo! Don’t let fear scare you from finding the real answers……spot on Seamus, spot on!

    • marsha l

      Hey πŸ™‚ I agree with you on the Nephilim business, but that’s now the majority of the content of this episode! Don’t gyp yourself ;D I just wanted to let ya know, because it’s not a crap episode, whatsoever πŸ’πŸΌπŸ’œ (I almost skipped over it, as well)

    • Bradley L

      Appreciate the very well thought out comment! And one thing I never understood was, even if you DO take the Flood account as literal (and let’s face it, it’s RIDICULOUS to the extreme and COMPLETELY improbable if not impossible), the OT says God sent the deluge to wipe out man and his wickedness. Said wickedness was mainly caused by the nephilim – it was basically as if a huge biker gang had come to live on the Earth. IF you take it literally then WHY IN THE HELL would you assume ANY nephilim survived? I know I’m in the minority here but I LOATHE these stupid discussions and ANYTHING “woo” about BF. It’s a physical creature. End of. Anything else is mind-speaking, flute-playing stupidity.

      • Christian L

        Dude…..just roll with itπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ‘»πŸ‘½πŸ€–πŸ’€πŸ‘ΊπŸ‘ΉπŸ˜ˆπŸ’©….woooooooooooo woooooooooooo…….wooo train coming through!!!!

  9. juan s

    I heard in another show that Scott witnessed a dogman tearing a big foots head off… If that’s true maybe he will share that.

  10. wendy s

    For myself I have no interest in the Nephlim concept. In Genesis chapters 6-9 it plainly states in black and white that only 8 people survived the flood. Several times it tells us Noah, his wife his 3 sons and their wives. Genesis 7: 17-24 plainly says, everyone and everything outside the ark died. So that would include the Nephlim. The offspring of rebellious angels who took man’s form and women. And as Forest Gump said ” that’s all I have to say about that ” . Thank u Wes for all you do. You are the best!!!

    • stephen M

      It said before and after the flood . The bible doesn’t comment about the origin of the second band of nephilim or if and how they survived!

  11. m99

    Listening to different perspectives from Wes’ guests is always enjoyable. We’ve learned so much from Sasquatch Chronicles. Scott Carpenter, same as Wes, seems grounded, unpretentious and open minded. Inquiring mins want to know.

    Often researchers say these creatures can’t be “super-natural” or “Nephilim” because they’re (obviously) physical, “flesh and blood”. Whenever I hear this, Genesis 18 comes to mind. The patriarch Abraham is seated outside his tent and notices three “men” approaching a-far off, and in the passage it becomes clear these “men” are angels, who have taken the form of human beings. Later in the same chapter they eat with Abraham. This is an example that shows it’s available to be both physical & spiritual, simultaneously.

    The “Nephilim” as they’re called, are either the angels that fell (sinned against God) or, are their offspring, a distinction that’s debated today. Nonetheless, the angels (that fell) left offspring of various sorts, human & otherwise, and these had attributes of their (super-natural) fathers.

    The creatures called Sasquatch are indeed masters of disguise, but, that in itself doesn’t mean they are super-natural. At the same time, the fact they’re physical doesn’t rule out they’re also super-natural, at least in their lineage, and have attributes of that lineage.

    As far as this being a ‘Christian’ belief or idea, I like to consider the fact that Abraham is ‘father’ to the different streams of Judaism, and Christianity, as well as middle-eastern people groups that still exist today. Much of the Nephilim information or belief comes from the Tenakh, the Old Testament, and is regarded as the Word of God by Jews, Christians and Muslim (up to a point). So, the question of the Nephilim and their descendants would appear a more universal question ~ one that would include people everywhere. Sasquatch certainly is everywhere, and IMHO is more a question of historical evidence and belief, rather than exclusively a ‘Christian’ viewpoint.

    At any rate, as Wes says, it’s unknown, and until there’s one studied in a lab, it’s anyone’s (best) guess(-timation). Personally, I don’t believe the creatures themselves are as aware of their spiritual attributes as some think, because at the same time they’re animals in the wild, trying to make a living. However, the idea they can’t be physical and super-natural, at this juncture, seems a moot point.

  12. marsha l

    Big hugs from Southern California to you, Eric!! I love the lightness your exuding πŸ’œπŸ’œKeep on doin what you do, sendin love to those ya love~ *Especially Wes! Haha Damn, we sure do appreciate this guy, eh? ;D

    P.s. Holy **** Batman!! I am really stoked listening to this episode’s guest (my apologies, Sir!πŸ™πŸ») who is breaking down linguistic and stmbological observations of his, with regard to the big hairy man & Cree & Sign languages πŸ’œπŸ’œReally appreciate the brain flexing you’re helping happen πŸ€“πŸ€“

  13. Melissa K

    Thank you, Wes, for another episode even when you don’t feel great yourself. I agree with Eric and have your show on not just to hear the encounters but, it really does help to forget your troubles. I hope you both feel better. I just couldn’t make the creatures out in Scotts video. Thank you again I appreciate 😁 All you do for the show!

  14. Ray R

    Use the Open new player window and save link as…and it works fine,, Thank you Wes, Great show, and have a safe and Happy 4th.

  15. F S

    It’s amazing that people are open to Sasquatch but not one particular theory of their possible genesis.
    How one is anathema to the other makes no sense.
    Until we KNOW what the are, how can we KNOW what they are not?

  16. marsha l

    Hoopa Project is an awesome read!! Went to Hoopa & Willow Creek last year, and camped all along the rivers in that area~~ Definitely a great part of the state for connecting with nature, & increasing one’s chances of an encounter πŸ˜‰

  17. Carolyn R

    Great show Wes n Scott , so looking forward to hearing more!
    Prayers are being sent to you Eric! I have a g son in law with Chrones desease and I know that it takes a strong person to fight it !

  18. Stephanie G

    Yes, the Nephilim title kind of delayed my listening, but I’m glad I did. Very interesting theories and I liked his matter of fact, believe it or don’t attitude. I’m still a little reluctant to delve into dogman much. Just when I’ve decided for myself that Sasquatch are just another flesh and blood species, though possibly with infrasound, I listen to an episode that throws in a whole new concept to digest. Thanks Wes, for the quality of your guests!

  19. Taylor W

    This guy knows what he is talking about, all they do is mess with us. If you don’t believe get out there. They do follow you home, invade your dreams. Just leave them alone. You will regret it. Trust me

  20. Darrell O

    I find it amusing how Christianity is so offensive to people. A brief mention of the Christian faith brings out all sorts of wailing and whining posts. Other religions in the world are chopping off heads, raping women and enslaving thousands in the name of their god and people are like meh? Who cares. A Christian mentions their faith and the Bible? Here comes all the offended and enlightened people who are WAY to advanced intellectually to tolerate us simpleton Christians! I like Sasquatch, I like the mystery and enjoy the podcasts (Thanks Wes). I do get tired of my religion being bashed, the Word of God being trashed on the comments. I am prideful in the Lord so I speak out. God Bless you all!!!

  21. EDWARD D

    the bible – rape, murder, genocide, incest, slavery
    the koran – rape, murder, genocide, pedophilia, slavery
    buddhism – karma, reincarnation

    what’s not to like……?

    • chris m

      Uhm Edward I hate to break it to you but the Burmese Buddhists are attempting a genocide against the muslim minority right now. And the Hindus are a cult, its called Hare Krishna. Therea no peaceful rwligion

      • EDWARD D

        Hi Chris m…sorry, maybe my irony wasn’t clear in my post but I’m with you 100% of the way…..all religions are supernatural nonsense which pit one group of humans against another

      • EDWARD D

        what does that even mean…..LOL……there is no invisible skydaddy that I worship……..so the label religion is all your I’m afraid!

  22. chris m

    Sorry but when a Bigfoot show gets into religious rantings Im out. This is probably the first show I didnt finish.

  23. Matthew M

    Just reading thru the comments, I can’t believe some of the misinformed statements. For example “the Bible- rape, murder, etc”.

    As a historical narrative, yes those things are in there but let’s not try and act like those acts are condoned because they are “in the Bible”. That’s either misinformed or disingenuous. In fact, the 10 commandments specifically prohibit those actions! I don’t expect everyone to totally agree with me but let’s be honest.

    Islam is a whole other story that I’m just not going to touch on but you can’t paint “religion” with a broad brush and expect to have a reasonable understanding of what’s going on in the world both now and historically. The Bible boiled down into 2 basic themes is: Love your God and love your neighbor. It’s that simple. Yes some churches try to twist religion and Christianity to suit their agenda. Catholicism has mixed religion with politics and has missed the forest for the tress. True Christianity is not about any of those things but is about Jesus. Again, I don’t expect everyone to agree with me but let’s at least get the story straight.

    As for the Nephilm, I’m pretty skeptical to be honest. Having said that, we have to recognize that squatches aren’t just smart apes, there’s more to it. I am very scientific but I know that truth is stranger than fiction. I did read the book and it was an interesting, spooky read. There were also some interesting pictures that kind of freaked me out to be honest.

    • EDWARD D

      you obviously don’t know your bible then do you? Try reading from Exodus Chapter 21 onward if you dare! ………”Now these are the ordinances which you shall set before them. When you buy a Hebrew slave, he shall serve six years, and in the seventh he shall go out free, for nothing. If he comes in single, he shall go out single; if he comes in married, then his wife shall go out with him. If his master gives him a wife and she bears him sons or daughters, the wife and her children shall be her master’s and he shall go out alone. But if the slave plainly says, ‘I love my master, my wife, and my children; I will not go out free,’ then his master shall bring him to God, and he shall bring him to the door or the doorpost; and his master shall bore his ear through with an awl; and he shall serve him for life”.

      There is no commandment which prohibits slavery……it is explicitly celebrated in fact.

  24. Lou V

    Supernatural lol l, licks the grill eats dog food, has shit all over its back, smells like ass., accounts of them raping horse. When they Invent something above stick figures give me a call. It’s clearly something up the hominid chain between ape and human. Clearly closer to animal there greatest invention are configured sticks. Tigers use infrasound as well, We need to raise our supernatural standards lol

    • Keith S

      The Nephilm are not known for their class and charm. I appreciate Scott’s work and his conclusions and would love to hear more from him. There are many people who spend time in the field, as opposed to behind a keyboard, and experience high strangeness that they fear reporting because of all of the shallow thinking in our community.

      Your science education alone does not equip you to understand Sasquatch.

  25. Matthew M

    Edward, was that a rhetorical question or are you merely attempting to be condescending? Either way, the short answer to your question is that I know enough about the Bible to know that you are taking verses out of context to try and support your agenda. I don’t have the time or the patience to try and explain it to you but, no, God does not codone slavery.

    As for Nephilm vs “supernatural” I don’t know what the answer is but I’m convinced there is more to this story than what our 5 senses are conveying to us. The Nephilm is an interesting theory because it requires one more “leap” but then wraps up 3 separate phenomena with one explanation. A net decrease in assumptions when applying the Occam’s razor principle.

  26. Gina O

    Great episode! Eric,I hope you feel better, sweetie. You’re in my thoughts. I’ve seen Scott’s YouTube videos but had no idea about his encounters and how extremely knowledgeable he is about the subject. I can’t wait to hear the rest of his stories. Guy’s, chill-out a little about religion. Gees, you’re exhausting. This is a Bigfoot show which we all are very interested in. NOBODY WANTS TO HEAR YOU’RE OPINIONS ABOUT YHE BIBILE!

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