Build it and they will come…. It’s not just a cliché--it’s what’s happening in the spirit world now!
The Bible tells us that the end of this age will be like the days of Noah when the Nephilim walked the earth. Even now we are setting the stage, building a world that closely resembles that of Genesis 6.
And once the time is right, they will come.
“The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—when the sons of God went to the daughters of men and had children by them. They were the heroes of old, men of renown.” Genesis 6:4
When God saw all the violence permeating the earth, he sent a flood to destroy mankind, saving only Noah and his family from the deluge. But his Word tells us that in the end times a world of rampant violence and depravity will again draw the fallen angels and a host of evil spirits with them.
"As it was in the days of Noah, so will it be at the coming of the Son of Man.” Matthew 24:37
Even now, dark spirits are watching and waiting for the right moment, the appointed time to return. As that time approaches, contemporary prophets are speaking out and sharing dreams and visions, warning people to prepare.
In a post recently shared on Steve Quayle’s website, Hollie Moody related her vision of standing next to a tall tower where the Lord had commissioned her to be on watch.
“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.
“What is happening, Lord?” I asked. “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.”
Hollie was terrified again as she watched the Nephilim enter laboratories and work with doctors to conduct Nazi-like experiments. Their labors brought forth Frankenstein-type creatures that at first appeared to be human, but when she consulted the Lord, he told her, “These are the soul-less ones.”
What are we to make of this—are bodies being prepared for soul-less spirits who will come down to earth with the dark angels, searching for human bodies to inhabit? Jesus himself tells us that evil spirits desperately roam about through dry places until they find a spiritual vacuum to fill—in other words, a body without the Holy Spirit.
“When an evil spirit comes out of a man, it goes through arid places seeking rest and does not find it. Then it says, ‘I will return to the house I left.’” Matthew 12:43
The late David Wilkerson explained possession this way: “Unclean spirits, or demons, roam about in dry, waterless places. And the rest they seek is possession. They are looking for a warm, living body to dwell in.
“We have a very clear picture of this in Mark 5 where Jesus delivered the Garasene man who was possessed by a legion of demons. They begged him to send them into a herd of swine so they could inhabit their bodies.”
Wilkerson cautioned that believers who neglect the Lord and his Word may become empty and dead inside—in other words, soul-less—becoming prey to these unclean spirits who are seeking human dwelling places.
“This kind of emptiness opens one up to demonic harassment,” he warned.
The Bible is clear that demonic spirits can be cast out by prayer and fasting, often with the help of ministers and prayer warriors. This works particularly if the infected host himself begins to war and command the evil spirits to depart.
But what about the demons--the soul-less ones seen in Hollie’s vision? If some type of “humanoids” are created specifically for the purpose of possession, they will not fight, for they have no free will. For them to evict evil spirits from their bodies would be to war against their own evil master, according to the words of Jesus.
“Any kingdom divided against itself will be ruined, and a house divided against itself will fall. If Satan is divided against himself, how can his kingdom stand?” Luke 11:17,18
The idea of a created body lacking a soul is familiar in Jewish folklore. Kabbalists, or Jewish mystics, named their inanimate creations “golem,” referring to a clay creature that can be magically brought to life. Jay Michaelson on the My Jewish Learning site explained that the name comes from a Hebrew word meaning something incomplete or unfinished, like an embryo.
“Jewish folklore abounds with tales of mystical rabbis creating life from dust,” he said. “Some kabbalists believe that under rare circumstances humans can imbue lifeless matter with that intangible but essential spark of life: the soul.”
Take that notion a step further and consider the robots and zombie-like humanoid creatures being built today. To kabbalists and patrons of the magic arts, they could be considered unfinished creatures, ready and waiting for some human-like “pseudo-soul” to fill their empty frames.
Synthetic humans, clones, and organic robots—it sounds as if we’re moving into the realm of science fiction, but even now scientists are developing technology that uses artificial intelligence to erase the barrier between man’s current state and what he could be.
This brings humanity to the brink of transhumanism, which has been defined by Wikipedia this way: “The most common transhumanism thesis is that human beings may eventually be able to transform themselves into different beings with abilities so greatly expanded from the natural condition as to merit the label of posthuman beings.”
Already technology has enabled science to create artificial intelligence allowing a pre-programmed robot to shoot to kill a live target. One alt-news site predicted that somewhere around 2025 the US army will have more combat robots than human soldiers.
In movies like Terminator 2, the action revs up when artificial intelligence runs wild, with programmed robots turning against their programmers. But for that to happen in real life, these synthetic beings would have to develop consciousness and make the conclusion that humankind is detrimental to their existence and should be destroyed.
For kiddie fans of movieland, it makes a good story, but in real life man-made bodies and machines don’t come to life and develop some kind of self-realization. Without a spiritual infusion, these lifeless constructions fit the Bible’s description of “useless wooden images and metal idols made by men.”
“”They have mouths, but cannot speak, eyes, but they cannot see; they have ears but cannot hear, they have hands, but cannot feel, feet but they cannot walk. Those who make them will be like them, and so will all who trust in them.” Psalm 115:5-8
So even our best inventions and laboratory-grown specimens will remain just that—lifeless machines and synthetic pseudo-humans that cannot speak, think, feel or move on their own. That is, unless the soul-less bodies are suddenly inhabited by spirits that have been cast down to the earth, as in the days of Noah.
So get ready, for the invasion could happen at any time. When it does, we may learn that conducting a war with machinated creatures under our command is one thing. But those same creatures inhabited and controlled by satanic spirits from the pit is something else.
In Hollie Moody’s vision, she was alarmed by the prospect of evil spirits coming back to earth, and asked the Lord, “What is the purpose of these things?” “This is a last effort waged by the enemy to destroy man’s ability to receive salvation,” he replied. “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. Tell them to allow nothing to deceive them.”
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