The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley: Did the Amorite Giants Build Stonehenge?

“Amorites of Syria Phoenicia-Palestine are called “giants” by the Hebrew in the Old Testament. They are moreover, also called them the sons of (Beni-anak) Now “Anak” in Akkadian is the name for “Tin” and Tarnish, which, as Tarz or Tarsus, we have seen was the chief port of the Amorite Phoenicians, and was actually visited and conquered by Sargon I., is thus celebrated in the Old Testament in connection with Tyre of the Phoenicians.

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The Nephilim Chronicles: Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley: Did the Amorite Giants Build Stonehenge?

“Amorites of Syria Phoenicia-Palestine are called “giants” by the Hebrew in the Old Testament. They are moreover, also called them the sons of (Beni-anak) Now “Anak” in Akkadian is the name for “Tin” and Tarnish, which, as Tarz or Tarsus, we have seen was the chief port of the Amorite Phoenicians, and was actually visited and conquered by Sargon I., is thus celebrated in the Old Testament in connection with Tyre of the Phoenicians.

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