Yahweh and Fallen Angels exposed


This video addresses the complex relationship between divine figures in ancient history, with a special focus on the Anunnaki, Yahweh, and the so-called "fallen angels" of Hebrew and Mesopotamian mythology. The narrative explores how Yahweh, initially seen as one among many gods (elohim) in ancient religious tradition, evolved to be considered the only supreme god. The video also discusses Zecharia Sitchin's theory about the Anunnaki and the creation of humanity, as well as exploring the stories of mythical figures such as the Nephilim and the Igigi.
The script begins by examining the story of the "Benai Elohim" (sons of the gods) who fell in love with the daughters of humans, producing the Nephilim, beings described as giants and powerful. The video highlights the theological transformation of Yahweh, who goes from a regional deity to a universal creator. The origins of Yahweh are also explored, suggesting that he may have started as a lesser god within the Canaanite pantheon before becoming the main deity of the Israelites.
A central point of the video is the analysis of ancient texts, such as the Book of Enoch and the Book of Giants, and the Mesopotamian tablets, like the epics of Atrahasis and Gilgamesh. These texts are used to examine the story of the Nephilim, the great flood, and the relationship between the Anunnaki gods and humanity.
The script also addresses how the name of Yahweh was imposed upon older narratives, transforming him into the unique god of the major monotheistic religions. It also discusses the theory that Yahweh may have originally been a god of metallurgy, gaining importance during the Iron Age.
Finally, the video questions how we should interpret these different sources of information and Yahweh's place in these ancient narratives. The goal is to provide knowledge so that viewers can form their own opinions about these ancient mysteries, emphasizing the complexity and multiple layers of interpretation involved in understanding ancient history and deities.

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