Nephilim Giants of Kazakhstan - Kurgan/Scythian (Giants in History)

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Nephilim Giants of Kazakhstan The giant remains of soldiers from the Sarmatian period have been discovered. The Kazakh mounds revealed skeletons reaching 2 meters in height. According to archaeologist Akan Angarola, the find was discovered in the Kobda district of the Aktobe region, which is a major architectural monument-burial site, the earth mound has a diameter of 50 meters and is the height of a two-story house. According to the preliminary estimates of scientists working on the site, these graves were erected a few hundred years after the construction of the main monument. Both warriors were buried in full armor when they were discovered complete with bows and full quivers of arrows, from stabbing weapons spears with iron tips, swords, and daggers.
However, the mysteries of the mound has not ended there was a primary burial found in the center of the mound, a grave of the third warrior with a full quiver of bronze arrowheads which archaeologists have 184 pieces The findings were the same age as the “Golden warrior”, and the expedition secretly held under the motto “rescue” The large mound, which revealed all the characteristic features and peculiarities of the funeral rite, including the specific shaft of sacred space from continental clay.
The land around Aktobe has always been famous for its ancient burial mounds.
Ezekiel 32:27 contains a phrase of disputed meaning. With the traditional vowels added to the text in the medieval period, the phrase is read gibborim nophlim ("fallen warriors," or "fallen Gibborim), although some scholars read the phrase as gibborim nephilim ("Nephilim warriors" or "warriors, Nephilim"). According to Ronald S. Hendel, the phrase should be interpreted as "warriors, the Nephilim" in a reference to Genesis 6:4. The verse as understood by Hendel reads, "They lie with the warriors, the Nephilim of old, who descended to Sheol with their weapons of war. They placed their swords beneath their heads and their shields upon their bones, for the terror of the warriors was upon the land of the living." Brian R. Doak, on the other hand, proposes to read the term as the Hebrew verb "fallen" (nophlim), not a use of the specific term "Nephilim," but still according to Doak a clear reference to the Nephilim tradition as found in Genesis. Please watch the video for more information on the Nephilim Giants at mythology explored by ancient mystery on youtube.

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