The giants of the Bible exist — at least, that’s what one new series is setting out to prove.
Angels & Giants, The Watchers & Nephilim is a new docuseries that revolves around the belief that Biblical giants called Nephilim exist. It is made with the intention to provide evidence of Nephilim’s existence. The Inspiration Network, a faith-oriented network produced the docuseries and it is expected to release in fall. Senior producer and director Rudy Lana said that Nephilim was mentioned several times in the Bible.
Christian Headlines reports:
“The Bible describes the Nephilim in several places,” Landa told The Jerusalem Post. “The main commentary of the Nephilim happens in Genesis chapter six. Most people cruise right over that passage. The Nephilim were the offspring of heavenly beings who were placed in the spiritual realm to watch over the earth in those days. They were principalities in the heavenly realm.”
As revealed in the Scriptures, the Nephilim were the offspring of the “Sons of Elohim” and the women they cohabited with in Genesis 6.
Lana contends that the docuseries has the potential to attract both religious and non-religious people.
“The docuseries brings the biblical sources, but it should be interesting for non-religious viewers,” Landa noted. “We seek out actual proof, the traces and clues that are out there in the world, and not just the faith-based claims. Because there is so much archaeological evidence that needs to be explored.”
Landa was also assisted by Douglas Van Dorn, who authored a book on the Nephilim while the film was in production.
“We present the evidence, and we invite people to research to reach their own conclusions,” he explained. “We aren’t dogmatic and don’t hide anything. We bring the sources and encourage the viewer to ask questions, to continue to study and do their own research.”
The docuseries was shot in a number of locations including Israel’s Golan Heights, known for its association with Biblical giants.
The docuseries, which was filmed in Egypt, Peru and the United States, first begins in Israel’s Golan Heights due to its historical significance on the biblical giants.
“It makes sense to start in Israel, where the story of the Nephilim began,” Landa stressed. “And that is the Golan.”
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