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The Omega Conspiracy: Satan's Last Assault on God's Kingdom
Do signs point to a return of mysterious beings known in the Bible as Nephilim? The Omega Conspiracy could well be their final battle.
Paperback, 195 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Anomalos Publishing
(first published February 1st 1991)
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Thus far, I am compelled to offer a 5-star rating as this book is a truthful posturing of what The Good Lord has disclosed to us in various Holy Texts concerning the particular evil that penetrated mankind after The Lord's creation of the world. We are pawns in the ongoing battle between God and satan and the battle is gaining momentum. I've spent a considerable amount of time in recent years examining The Bible and other requisite texts, including other authoritative authors and have concluded ...more
Mar 25, 2012 Jaime Contreras rated it really liked it
Dr. Thomas' seminal book about the Nephilim and UFOs will challenge contemporary myths about alien visitors and the heroes of mythology. He presents the belief that the increase of Nephilim (the progeny of the original 'fallen angels") from Genesis 6 and the fallen angels from the Book of Enoch have increased their activity and influence on mankind. The increased number Nephilim and the increased activity of "fallen angels' (demons) disguised as aliens fulfills the prophecy that tells of the ear ...more
Intriguing read; I couldn't put it down (thus, read it in one night sitting...). It showed light on many subjects- in a complex way, but was very easy to understand and follow. Not just theories, nor just boring facts. It was fascinating and was a great first step into reading more on such things.
This was a book I wanted to read to get exposure to this topic. I don't have strong opinions on the issues raised in this book. It's good to know the information and there definitely were some ideas brought out I'd never thought of much; however, for me, the jury is still out.