DAY OF THE WATCHMEN: RETURN OF THE NEPHILIM

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By Hollie L. Moody

In a vision, I was standing in a group of people. We were laughing and talking together. I sensed that the Lord was standing next to me.

“Child,” I heard the Lord say to me, “what are you doing here?”

I was surprised by the Lord’s question. “I am visiting with my friends,” I replied.

“This is not what I have called you unto,” the Lord said to me. “Why are you not up in the tower where I have called you to be?”

I saw that the Lord had turned from the group of people, and was pointing upwards. I looked up to where the Lord was pointing, and saw a very high tower.

“Because it’s lonely in the tower,” I said to the Lord.

“Return to where I have stationed you,” the Lord commanded me.

I slowly began to climb my way back up into the high tower. When I arrived back into the tower, I saw that the entire tower was open on all sides and that I was able to look out easily into all directions.

I looked down and saw that the Lord was walking in and out of the crowds of people spread out below me. At intervals, He would stop and speak quietly to certain people. These people would then also separate themselves from the crowds and make their way to where the Lord would point for them to be.

I saw that some of the people were positioned on rooftops. Some were positioned on walls that ran around the perimeter of the city. Others were in groups of twos and were walking around the city together. Still others were also up in high towers such as the one I was in.

I then sensed the Lord’s return next to me.

“Why am I here, Lord?” I asked.

“To keep watch,” the Lord replied.

(Habakkuk 2:1-3)

So, I watched. For quite some time, I continued to watch. Yet, I saw nothing.

I noticed that the Lord was going from watchman to watchman, speaking to them. I saw that some of them had fallen asleep on their watch, and that the Lord appeared quite displeased by this.

(Isaiah 56:10)

Suddenly, I saw something bright falling from the heavens. When this brightness struck the earth, I saw what appeared to be a mist. From this mist sprang forth spirits, some type of angelic beings. Yet I felt tremendous and immense fear and unease as I viewed these spiritual beings.

(Luke 10:18, Revelation 9:1-3, Revelation 16:14, 2 Corinthians 11:14)

“What is happening, Lord?” I asked the Lord. “What are these spiritual beings?”

“These are the fallen ones,” the Lord replied. “This is the return of the Nephilim.”

I had no idea what these words meant, yet was filled with absolute terror at what the Lord had just said to me.

I then saw more spiritual beings descending from the heavens. Yet, even though I was afraid when I saw them, it was not with the same terror I had felt upon seeing those to whom the Lord referred to as the Nephilim.

“Who are these beings, Lord?” I asked.

“These are the Watchers,” the Lord replied. “The Holy Ones.”

(Daniel 4: 13, 17, Hebrews 1:14)

I watched from my place in the tower as the Nephilim entered into what appeared to be laboratories. I saw as the Nephilim stood side by side with what appeared to be doctors and whispered into the ears of the doctors.

These doctors were conducting what appeared to be some type of complex experiments.

Here in the laboratories, I saw as what appeared to be humans were brought forth.

Yet, something about these “humans” disturbed me greatly.

“What is transpiring here, Lord?” I asked the Lord. “Who are these people that are being brought forth?”

“These are the soul-less ones,” the Lord replied.

I felt a chill settle upon me at the Lord’s words

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“From the very beginning of time,” the Lord said to me, “Satan has sought to insinuate himself into the bloodline of men. He sought to taint the bloodline through which Messiah would come. Satan did this to prevent the salvation of mankind.”

(Genesis 3:15, Genesis 6:2, 4)

“The world was filled with wickedness and the bloodline became corrupt through the fallen ones,” the Lord said to me. “Until only one just and perfect man was left upon the face of the earth. Only his bloodline was free from any taint and blemish of the seed of the fallen ones. It was to be through the bloodline of Noah that My covenant would continue to be established. And it repented Me that I had made man, and it was determined to destroy man and the earth to free it from the taint of the fallen ones.”

(Genesis 6:9, 17-18, Jude 6)

I then saw as the Nephilim aligned themselves with certain people, and merged themselves with these people. I saw as they revealed themselves to these people as angels of light, as spiritual guides. I then heard as these people began to proclaim and speak of new theories and discoveries with which to explain the mysteries of the past, as well as forthcoming discoveries of the future. And their words were greeted and welcomed and believed upon by many.

(Galatians 1:8, 2 Thessalonians 2:9-12, 1 Timothy 4:1, 2 Timothy 4:4)

“What is the purpose of these things?” I asked the Lord.

“This is a last effort waged by the enemy to destroy man’s ability to receive salvation,” the Lord explained to me. “The soul-less ones do not have the ability to become or to experience salvation; for they have no soul.

“Tell My children to watch, child,” the Lord said unto me. “Tell them to allow nothing to deceive them.”

“Who would believe these words, Lord?” I asked the Lord.

“Very few,” the Lord replied. “The words you speak will sound foolish to many. Yet the warning given to them now will become a seed planted in their heart. These words will be remembered by them when the need arrives. Fear not, child, to speak what I command you to speak.”

(Acts 18: 9-10)

In Him,

~~ Hollie L. Moody

(January 15th, 2006)

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