The Genesis 6 Conspiracy is about one of the strangest chapters in the Bible. The most obscure passage within the chapter mentions Nephilim.
The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—when the sons of God went in to the daughters of humans, who bore children to them. Genesis 6:4
I bought this book on recommendation of Mark Eddy, host of Night Light Radio, who interviewed me about my own Nephilim novel, Peacocks, Pedestals, and Prayers-a shameless plug. But nonetheless, Nephilim, giants, and sons of God with daughters of men/humans are not discussed in mainstream churches on Sundays. Why? I can only speculate that it makes people of faith uncomfortable. Gary Wayne fearlessly tries to answer this piece of the Bible through a very long undertaking of research, family origins, myths and legends, cultures, art, sacred writings, Rex Deus bloodlines, and secret societies.
Without spoiling the book, Wayne sets up quite a thesis on who the Nephilim are, why they are here, and what they have to do with the present day as well as the Apocalypse. Wayne quotes and paraphrases the Bible, Book of Enoch, and other sacred writings that focus on angels who came down to earth and mated with women, producing Nephilim or giants or half-breed angels with super powers and spurious plans of global takeover. God might have caused the Flood because of them. Wayne takes the position that some of them survived and continued to breed. Goliath, the famous giant who lost to David, is just one of his many examples.
These surviving Fallen angels continued mating with human women after the Flood. Their unions produced secret societies since the dawn of civilization. These halfbreed angels have permeated throughout literature while disguised as fairies and elves. Lord of the Rings by Tolkien is an allegory about the Annunaki, a race of people that some consider to be Nephilim and/or aliens.
One of the most fascinating parts of Genesis 6 Conspiracy is the way Wayne connects the lineage of Jesus to the lineage of the future anti-Christ via Nephilim. The Bible’s heroes all seem to have relatives who produced more of these half-breed angels or Nephilim. For example, Noah’s son Ham strayed away from God and his father, finding a new family with a Nephilim wife. He was the great-grandfather of Nimrod, a supposed Nephilim who was one of the most evil rulers of all time.
Wayne’s book might be offensive to some Christians. He connects many more bloodlines of Nephilim to the bloodlines of Jesus. But that’s not the controversial part. He goes into great detail about Jesus’s bloodline continuing in Europe after Jesus rose from the dead. Using the DaVinci code theory, Wayne claims Jesus’s family tree was continued in France by His wife, Mary Magadelene. But if you don’t believe that Jesus was married (and the Bible certainly never says He was), Wayne has got it covered. Jesus’s brother, James, continues the family tree in Europe, specifically France. So by wife and/or brother, Jesus’s bloodline continued after He rose. The most shocking inference is that this holy, royal blood intersected with Nephilim blood when powerful families of Nephilim and Jesus marry and breed.
This book is a fascinating, dense read that took me a long time to get through. It’s a 5-star no-brainer. Although I don’t agree with everything Wayne says and think some of his theories are a far stretch, other things he brings up are profound. He is a Christian and I do not believe he is trying to blaspheme Jesus. This book is more than a theory; it’s an exposition of our past, present, and future; it’s an illustration of why we are at war with evil. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves history, religion, myths, and secret societies. It is not a book for people who are not familiar with the Bible or ancient myths. And by the way, if you want a clever, fun read packed with research that is about a cult of Nephilim worshippers set in modern day, check out Peacocks, Pedestals and Prayers by Dina Rae!