The more I think of it, the more I realize that the Tuatha were likely the Gregori or Watchers.. and the nephilim were the children of the Tuatha.
I do believe giants existed, but I don't believe the nephilim were literally giants. I think that by giant it means that they were Fae/Human hybrids who changed the world in some way. Legends.
When I first realized this through a series of synchronicities, I became very upset. I know I shouldn't be, but I'm very mad at Christians. I'm mad when I hear "Its a Christian world" casually, with some laughter. I am very bitter about it. I'm mad every time someone tries to covert me, or shoves their beliefs in my face.
The Fae were here before Abraham the Tyrant felt a need to mistreat the spirits and claim the land through religious means. "Manifest Destiny" my ass.
I feel like Angels were the "Alien Deities".. I feel like they are advanced beyond our wildest dreams and can become incorporeal or corporeal at will and are sort of at an inbetween state.
I call God the Universe just because everything is connected. but "Gaia" is who I worship. I still don't have a specific deity for Mother Nature yet, but I think maybe Danu or Sophia might be who I assist and ask for guidance from specifically.
Humans pretend to know God and then harm the planet. Humans are on an impractical path right now, and they don't care. When I say impractical, I mean they don't think about the future. They don't consider the health of the planet important. They think "someday we'll get off this rock and spread our destruction to other planets. Just because we prefer momentary convenience for ourselves to longevity of the planet for all".
I can't wait for my next mission. Humans can be so insufferable.
Are Fomorians/Djinn/Demons the beings that bring the cosmic balance of the darkness/void? Of course "God" would let Demons do as they wish, because they too bring their own kind of health and balance. I appreciate the dark, but I am more of a lightworker or a neutral party, myself.
I love Dragons. They have my respect.