Skip to comments.Regarding the Hydroxychloroquine Doctor, Stella Immanuel: The belief that demons have sex with humans runs deep in Christian and Jewish traditions
Posted on 08/12/2020 8:40:24 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
Houston physician and pastor Stella Immanuel described as spectacular by Donald Trump for her promotion of unsubstantiated claims about anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as a cure for COVID-19 has some other, very unconventional views.
As well as believing that scientists are working on a vaccine to make people less religious and that the U.S. government is run by reptilian creatures, Immanuel, the leader of a Christian ministry called Fire Power Ministries, also believes sex with demons causes miscarriages, impotence, cysts and endometriosis, among other maladies.
It has opened her up to much ridicule. But, as a scholar of early Christianity, I am aware that the belief that demons or fallen angels regularly have sex with humans runs deep in the Jewish and Christian traditions.
The earliest account of demon sex in Jewish and Christian traditions comes from the Book of Genesis, which details the origins of the world and the early history of humanity. Genesis says that, prior to the flood of Noah, fallen angels mated with women to produce a race of giants.
The brief mention of angels breeding with human women contains few details. It was left to later writers to fill in the gaps.
In the third century B.C., the Book of the Watchers, an apocalyptic vision written in the name of a mysterious character named Enoch mentioned in Genesis, expanded on this intriguing tale. In this version, the angels, or the Watchers, not only have sex with women and birth giants, but also teach humans magic, the arts of luxury and knowledge of astrology. This knowledge is commonly associated in the ancient world with the advancement of human civilization.
The Book of the Watchers suggests that fallen angels are the source of human civilization.
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This woman makes insanity look sane.
She’s really nuts!
The birth of Hillary Clinton might be evidence that demons have sex with humans. Other than that though, it is a dubious proposition.
Moses penned the book of Genesis... Moses was not a flesh witness to Noah days, so what he penned about *why* God sent a flood, could only have come from God..
The reptilian agenda unfolds under the watchful third eye of David Icke.
Geez, they cant even get past the first sentence without messing up. She treated over 300 patients with HCQ and they all survived! How the heck is that unsubstantiated?
She is a product of Cameroon. All I care about is whether her 300+ patients were given the HCQ cocktail, and all lived.
You are forgetting James Carville!
There’s just as much empirical data supporting the Book of Enoch as there is for the Church of Global Warming.
And nearly all members of the Democrat Party support the latter.
I’ve even heard there’s a religion that believes some dude was publicly murdered and rose from the dead after three days. Dude walked around for about a month, and even walked through walls. He then shot up into the heavens with a couple of bright shiny guys with him. Said he was coming back to rule as a King. Just weird, man, weird. Would you let some doctor who believed these things treat you or your family?
That explains my ex.
RE: Just weird, man, weird. Would you let some doctor who believed these things treat you or your family?
Actually, one of the writers of this “weird” story was a doctor. His name was Luke.
RE: She is a product of Cameroon
Actually, she got her medical degree from Nigeria ( British style medical education) and had practiced tropical medicine for years before migrating to the USA. She knows the drug Hydroxychloroquine as she has been prescribing it in Africa for years.
She had to requalify to practice medicine in Texas by passing or required exams.
She has been practicing medicine in the USA for over a decade.
Ha ha but "science supports..." The left( aka dems) sure know how to pick and choose their empirical data via tarot and Ouiji boards.
Does it now?
What about her belief that doctors are working on a vaccine to prevent people from becoming Christians or her belief that doctors have medications based on alien DNA? Any Biblical foundation for those?
Because all she has offered was her own claims and no documentation to back it up?
Any proof she actually said any of that?
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