L. A. Marzulli: Alien Implants Are Part of a Program to Bring Back the Days of Noah and Nephilim Sins
Nephilim researcher L. A. Marzulli has been making some increasingly disturbing blog posts over the last couple of months in which the conservative Christian has more or less announced his believe that we are living in the End Times and that his quest to find the Nephilim is part of a larger program of preparing his audience for the apocalypse by asking them to give him money. Sorry, that wasn’t quite right. He just happens to be profiting from a wide range of products and services that capitalize on his audience’s belief that Marzulli and the human race won’t be around long enough for Marzulli to make use of the money he’s taking in from their interest in or fear of the Nephilim.
On April 15, Marzulli cited Mark 13 in declaring that the End Times have already begun. Marzulli cited Muslims (“Syrians,” “ISIL [Islamic State],” “Hezbollah,” “Hamas,” and “the Houthis”), the chance that the U.S. dollar may one day stop being the world’s reserve currency, UFOs, and African American protests against police brutality in the U.S. as signs of the apocalypse—oddly enough, the same list of concerns (plus or minus a few UFOs) that animate conservative activists’ claims that liberalism is bringing about the apocalypse. What a coincidence!
I would posit that we are in the last of the last days and these birth-pains will eventually lead to the birth of the Tribulation, or The time of Jacob’s trouble. If this is the case, then how should we live? We should be bold in our proclamation of the Return of the King, Jesus. We should know prophecy and how it centers around the nation of Israel, and we should be ready to tell our friends and anyone who will listen about the coming Psalm 83 war, or any of the other prophecies which I believe are about to be fulfilled.
Marzulli is one of those holy hypocrites who presents himself as an explicator of God’s word while working feverishly to interpret the Bible along the lines of his own cultural and political beliefs. To take one example, in his April 19 blog post Marzulli complains that Pentecostal Christians speak in tongues, citing 1 Corinthians 23 as justification for declaring the practice unbiblical. Yet he then declares this to be evidence that we are living in the Last Days, even though Mark 13:32, Matthew 24:36, and Acts 1:7 make plain that for Christians, only God the Father himself can know when the Last Days are upon us. Jesus, in Matthew 24:44, in fact states explicitly that the Second Coming will only occur if you don’t know it’s going to happen.
I raise that particular set of Biblical references because Matthew 24:37-39, right in the middle of Jesus’ discussion of the End Times (or merely the fall of Jerusalem, depending on your preferred reading), contains the line that Marzulli uses to justify his entire obsession with Nephilim:
As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. For in the days before the flood, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the day Noah entered the ark; and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. That is how it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.
Here Jesus seems to be implying that the world will be ignorant of the coming apocalypse, as confirmed in 24:44, but for Marzulli the reference to Noah is not a reference to humanity’s ignorance before the Flood but rather a confirmation that all the world will have fallen into the specific sins that caused God to destroy all flesh with a Flood. And what were those sins? Sex with Watchers/Angels/Nephilim, as per Genesis 6:1-4. This is not how most theologians read the Flood narrative, but for Marzulli, this reading of the Bible is the only one that makes sense. By designating the Nephilim as the cause of the Flood and the future cause of the Second Coming, to discover the Nephilim and trace them across the Earth is to follow Jesus’ injunction to keep watch for the End Times (Mark 13:33, Luke 22:31, Matthew 24:42) and thus hasten the Second Coming.
Accepting this logical incongruity, how does Marzulli then apply it to space aliens? Well, by imagining that the Nephilim are pretty much the Kanamits from the “To Serve Man” episode of the Twilight Zones. You see, in Genesis 6, God shortens the lifespan of humans from centuries down to 120 years as the first act of punishment for what Marzulli reads as unholy congress with the Nephilim. On April 16 Marzulli wrote that “I’ve been beating this drum for years now and have stated on this blog and in my books that one of the signs which hails back to the Days of Noah is the elongation of life.” Marzulli believes that space aliens (i.e., space-faring Nephilim) are using implants to change human DNA in order to elongate the human lifespan to antediluvian proportions, such as when Enoch lived 365 years. “When ET shows up, in one-mile wide craft, I would posit they will bear gifts. The first will be the energy source that makes the craft ‘anti-gravity’ and the second will be couched as a DNA upgrade to extend our life, disease free, for hundreds of years—just like the days of Noah!” Marzulli also declares that alien implants are the Mark of the Beast from Revelation 13:16-17. I am not entirely sure how an alien “DNA upgrade” would allow someone to “buy or sell” like the Mark of the Beast, but I guess I am not sufficiently versed in the genetic origins of capitalism.
But fear not! Marzulli has a range of products to help you prepare for the End Times by studying the Watchers-Nephilim, ranging from books and DVDs to a monthly magazine and a wall calendar. While mere churches might give away the secrets of the apocalypse for free, Marzulli ensures only the right people get saved by charging between $15 and $100 per product. (It’s a bargain compared to what you need to pay Scientology to get to the Xenu level.) That’s the best part about being a Nephilim theorist: Traditional Christians might agree with 1 Timothy 6:9-10 that preaching for profit is a sin, for the love of money is the root of all evil; but a Nephilim theorist ascribes all evil to non-human beings and can confidently set up a money-changing table at the Temple without fear of it being overturned.
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