On the Trail of the Nephilim – Sample Chapter!

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L. A. Marzulli

Chapter 1: The Mounds

The first colonist who discovered the new world, at least from the European perspective, found a thriving culture that they would later realize was indigenous to all parts of North and South America.  In other words, the Native American, or First Nation people, as they are prone to be called today, had settled much of the country.

I want to take a moment here and point out that what the Europeans did to the existing cultures was in fact genocide.  We took their land, killed their women and children, drove them onto reservations and, until modernity, did not allow them to vote in a land that was once their home.

We destroyed their culture and traditions and, as a portion of this book will explore, looted and covered over their ancient burial grounds.  These acts were unconscionable and stand, like slavery, as a black mark against the United States.

I took the photo below of the Mound complex in Ohio at the small museum in Newark, Ohio, at the Great Circle Mound.


As the white man pushed westward, he discovered the remains of another culture that seemed to predate the red man, perhaps by thousands of years.

In Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia and other states, earthen mounds were found.  These mounds of earth were hallmarks of a civilization that had both the man power, the knowledge of mathematics, and the infrastructure that enabled them to construct these complex structures that remain unscathed by the severe climate today, at least those that were not deliberately destroyed.  (I will touch on this later.)

In the town of Newark in Ohio, the Great Circle Mound complex, which included what is now called the Octagon Mound, was held in awe by those who first saw it.

These structures remain today, but the waterways have changed, the topography has been reshaped by heavy machinery, and 100- year-old- plus trees have intruded into the mound works like unwanted weeds and corrupted the original layout of these sites.  The Octagon complex that at one time was connected to the Great Circle Mound is now an 18-hole golf course!

I recently had the privilege of visiting these sites in Newark.  Much like the first white man who laid eyes on the mounds, I was in awe by what I beheld.  What struck me instantly was the precision with which these mound-works were made.  I was fortunate to have two guides that gave me a good overview of the site, Deborah Collins and Kevin, who is a golf pro at the golf course that is constructed on the Octagon Mound works.

Looking at the site and the enormity of the earthen works, it begs the question, who gets up on a Monday morning and announces to the villagers that the “elders” have decided to go on a building project that will be enormous in its undertaking? It also raises other questions like who fed and clothed the workers?  How does a so-called primitive culture go about this task?  How did a supposed hunter-gatherer group of people have the infrastructure to carry out a truly monumental building task?  Where did these people learn geometry, the lunar progression and the precise dates of the winter and summer solstice?  How were they able to create canals that filled the circular “moat,” or the hinge that is on the inner side of the Great Circle Mound, Newark, Ohio? Was there an underground source that brought the water to the site? How were they able to drain the water?  How did these people create a perfectly straight 60-mile road from what is now Newark, Ohio, to the town of Chillicothe?

When I stood in the Octagon Mound or next to the Lizard Mound that overlooks the entire valley and town of Newark, I realized that these structures, like the Nazca lines in Peru, would be best viewed from the air.

These mounds have been dated at 3500 B.C.  Whoever is responsible for the creation of these sites had a very complex society.

So here is a brief historical overview:  the United States wins its war of independence with England; soon after, the white man begins to push west.  As he does so, he discovers these mounds.  Being curious, he digs into them to see what he will find.  To the amazement of those who excavated these sites, the remains of giant men, some reaching almost 10 feet tall, were unearthed.  Often these giants had six fingers and six toes with a double row of teeth.  Some had red hair, and wore copper ornaments.

However, these people were NOT the indigenous, First Nation people who were now in the land.  They predated the First Nation people and created the mound works that now held the skeletal remains of the inhabitants.  These men had robust jaws and skulls that were large enough to slip over the average white man’s head.

It is pertinent here to show some of the clippings found by researchers who have gone before me in investigating the mounds.

The purpose of bringing this evidence here and not saving it for later is that I want to establish from the get-go the veracity of the reports.  If we had only one report I wouldn’t be paying attention to it and neither would the researchers who have gone before me. However, we have report after detailed report telling us that large human skeletons were exhumed from the mounds throughout the Midwest.

By establishing this first, I hope to point to what I and others would consider a deliberate cover up and obfuscation by certain government agencies, most notably the Smithsonian Institute.

The Smithsonian has been the final resting place of hundreds of thousands of artifacts.  I recently visited a museum in Tennessee and by providence had the pleasure of meeting the curator.

I asked him how many artifacts from Native Americans were at the museum.  He informed me that more than 8000 artifacts were stored here.  Yet, there are only a handful of these that are shown to the public.

On the Trail of the Nephilim should be released around May 15!

It has over 120 full color photographs and is an over-sized book @ 8.5″ X 11″!

Riveting, informative interviews with Aaron Judkins, Richard Shaw and Fritz Zimmerman!

I’ll give you all a hint, what we found in Peru was mind-blowing!

This trip was the trip of a lifetime for me and along with my friend

and co-producer of the Watchers Series, Richard Shaw, we believe we connected

some dots that other researchers perhaps have overlooked.

We handled and photographed elongated skulls with certain physical anomalies that are detailed in the book!

We visited megalithic sites which I believe were the remains of the Fallen Angel and Nephilim architecture!

I crawled into a cave where I saw ancient human remains!

We went to the privately owned Chongos Necropolis, a 2000-year-old cemetery where the elongated skulls were found.

I believe this book will break new ground in regard to the Nephilim and also the words of Jesus, when he warns us it will be like the days of Noah when he returns!


April 20 – New York. w/ Bill Salus! ldaministries.com


Watchers 6, is in Post Production with a release date of, sometime in MAY!  

We’re doing our usual pre-sale so you save $5.00.

Go to www.lamarzulli.net  and order!


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61 thoughts on “On the Trail of the Nephilim – Sample Chapter!

  1. This book is going to confirm to so many what the few have been saying about the Nephilim. I am very excited about it and will share it with everyone I can. Great work LA.

    • Should be a blockbuster. I must, however, take issue with your statement that “We took their land, killed their women and children, drove them onto reservations and, until modernity, did not allow them to vote in a land that was once their home.

      “We destroyed their culture and traditions and, as a portion of this book will explore, looted and covered over their ancient burial grounds. These acts were unconscionable and stand, like slavery, as a black mark against the United States.”

      These parts of history are horrific, but WE didn’t do any of those things. WE were not there for either the Native American holocaust nor did WE participate in slavery. Not that this is your motive, LA, but the whole concept that the people of today are either responsible for crimes of the past or victims of them is a liberal ploy to confuse the issue. It places needless guilt on some and removes personal responsibility from others. This is obviously not the purpose of your book, so why go there?

  2. Wow what a first chapter, you wasted no time in slam dunking (as Dolli would say J) your readers. I would like to adjust a word in your writings. The mound we were on in Granville is called “ The Alligator” mound instead of the lizard mound. Forgive me if you were referring to it in a figurative fashion, instead of the proper name. I am trying to save you a backlash from a disgruntled/fault finding reader.

    Any progress on Nephilim Mound conference?

    Pray all is well with you and your family. Buck is fitting in to his new job well, although politics and religion is not his cup of tea J. He does not play games well. Church secretaries, elders, deacons, pastors ect. They all have they honey do list for him. Garden time in upon us, we have 250 lb of potatoes to but in the ground. We are expanding our gardens, plowing, tilling, etc. Buck has wired the Cottage/guest house. Two loads of gravel delivered, bull dozer to be delivered, working on machinery. WE are busy on the old home place!


  3. It’s starting:



    Everything Japanese is being sold. It is not a crash yet…but soon.

  4. This is well worth 20 minutes of your time. This took a lot of guts and Holy Spirit action for Carl Teichreib to go into this Mormon conference and throw down politely but firmly on this transhumanist subject and the Gospel. This was very recent.

    • Mormon Church Abandons Its Crusade Against Gay Marriage

      Prop. 8 backlash has led the Latter Day Saints to soften their treatment of LGBT church members.

      By Stephanie Mencimer on Fri. April 12, 2013 3:00 AM PDT


    • Thanks, Eric. The was the most unique presentation of the Gospel that I’ve ever heard. Excellent points to help prepare us for one of the most cutting-edge issues of our time. It always comes back to the simplicity of the Gospel if we can just stay focused on The Main Thing and not go down the rabbit trails of the great deceiver.

  5. Not to beat a dead horse but remember (as I’ve posted here before) David Wilkerson’s 40 year old prophecy (that came right out of the blue) in his ’73 book “The Vision”–gold would lose its value and that “hoarders” would be hurt bad.
    All bubbles eventually burst.

    • Now is a good time to buy – although silver is better.

      Precious metals aren’t “bubbles;” they are a reflection of the economy around them. And, no, gold and silver won’t save anyone. But, they will retain wealth when everything in paper collapses.

      As always, it’s an individual choice.

    • I agree with you Rose. It is an indvidual choice. It looks like the big boys are shorting the metals while China and Russia are buying at bargain prices.

      I may run by the coin shop just to guage what is going on. From what I am seeing on online retailers, the prices is down but the margin spreads are getting wider. I am seeing some products cleaned out. If one is thinking about buying, this may be the time becuase I think the physical gold and silver market is getting really strained. Even 90% has a big spread on it now.

      God Bless and Godspeed,
      Jimmy D.

    • Well…
      I went by the only coin shop i trust in town and they are pretty much out of physcial silver and gold to sell at the moment becuase they can’t get any in to replenish their stock. They have some silver art bars and some collector coins. They can’t get pre 65 silver coins, no gold or silver maple leafs or amerian eagles to speak of. No krugrands either.

      One customer was there to buy since the prices went down, but as I said earlier, it looks like the physical demand is under some strain.

      I noticed on major online retailer is our of 1oz krugerands too and out of 100 and 1000 face value bags of pre-65 silver.

      Coin shop said people want to buy but no one is selling.

      I thanked them for their time since i was just there to guage what is going on. Kind of spooky.

      And thank you Pithpaul for the information regarding David Wilkerson. It was intersting.

      So…that is what I am seeing in my part of the woods and onlne just to keep everyone informed of what I am seeing marketwise. It is good to see what huamn behvavior is predominant and affecting different markets.

      God Bless and Godspeed,
      Jimmy D.

    • This is nothing new. Gold prices went from $35 an ounce in 1971 to a peak of $850 in 1980 ($2337 in today’s dollars). It bottomed out at $271 an ounce in 2001. Adjusted for inflation, if you bought gold in 1980, you would still be in the loss column with this run up.

    • Interesting points LookingUp.

      What if a person just saved the $850 cash in a shoe box instead of and ounce of gold in 1980. Would that $850 cash have the same puracsing power now as it did 1980?

      God Bless and Godspeed,
      Jimmy D.

    • I can’t figure that out, Richard. 🙂 Seems like it would work in the opposite direction with its value diminished by inflation, but these days I can’t tell if my brain is working forwards or backwards. I just keep seeing comments that gold is a good hedge against inflation, but nothing I can find historically bears that out. Inflation in 1979/80/81 was 11%/13%/10%, but went back down and took the gold price with it, so it was not a good hedge at all. Having money in a long term CD or bond at 10%+ would have been a much better investment.

      It’s been said here before that eventually, people will be throwing their gold and silver in the street, because it won’t be good for anything. I don’t know about that, but I can see God leveling the playing field before it’s all over. Everyone will get to share in the misery.

    • Think in terms of what God had to say about Abraham. God said he was wealthy. How did he support that statement? He listed the THINGS Abraham possessed. He did not say that Abraham had 450 million Babylonian dollars in bonds issued by the First Chaldean Bank of Nimrod.
      It doesn’t matter whether Gold goes to half its current, stated paper value. If you hold an ounce of gold in your hand when the current economic paradigm collapses, you will still possess something of real value (recognized in 5000 years of human history) even while your dollars, bonds, 401ks, IRAs and CDs become worthless.
      You see, while we argue over the inflation rate (the dollar has lost 94% of its value since 1900), the elite are buying real things like oil, wheat, gold, silver, land and mines. They know that when these things collapse, as they have done in the past, that those who hold real wealth (things) can buy the rest cheaply. Those who hold only paper and digits will have only themselves to sell. That is slavery.
      Think real things versus notional things.
      Also, do not fall into the false piety of not preparing because God will take care of you. If He is warning you by the many watchmen screaming from the towers, He is taking care of you by giving you the opportunity to be prudent. You may ignore the Lord’s warnings at your peril.
      “The prudent man sees trouble coming…”
      David Wilkerson may be right or he may have been referring to the collapse of the materialist value systems but if you are not prepared for what is coming now, you may not live through what is coming next, to see the days of which David was speaking.

  6. There is no doubt in my studies that you are so very correct and revealing subjects that the dark side does not want known

  7. Claudiaishis,
    I heard your warning bell that you rang yesterday and I believe it is warranted.

    If it comes to it, may we all have the courage of Stephen, who looked up to see his redemption draw near.

    • Amen!

      The bottom line, the LORD we follow was willing to die for us. And, besides which, we were already dead before we received Eternal Life via the Holy Spirit, via our Belief in Jesus Christ as our LORD!

      Zep. 2:3 Seek the LORD all you meek of the earth, who have upheld His justice. Seek righteousness, seek humility. It may be that you will be hidden in the day of the LORD’s anger.

    • Hopeful Watcher; Think on this. As Abraham was willing to give his son to the Lord, so God gave His son to us. Perhaps…..because Job was tested and did not lose His love and faith for God, perhaps too, that was the test for the Church! Both Abraham and Job passed the test. Both men may have shaped the course of events that pertain to our future. (opinion only).

  8. LA great Chapter 1 release! Pulls in my interest and will certainly buy this book. Is there any consideration that it will be in Amazon’s kindle version?


  9. Henry Gruver on Omega Man 4-14


    Remitting sins, Releasing the goodness of God, Prayer Walking. (remitting = forgiving those involved in unrepentant sin)

    Covers the priestly abilities of the beloved (the saved) when they encounter strongholds and territorial corruption — to reconcile that area and it’s residents….

    Such as LA points out:
    – the genocide of the europeans against the indian nations
    – the rebellion of the colonies against their nations
    – replacing the federation of the colonies with a constitution
    – the deism and rejection of Christ and the Holy Spirit by the founders (unlike the puritans and pilgrims)
    – slavery
    – brother against brother civil warfare
    – injustice in voting
    – abortion, divorce, massive covetousness, secular paganism, tax theft, etc. etc.

  10. “http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/04/12/kermit-gosnell-murder-trial/”
    Doctor ‘beheaded’ 100 babies born alive during late-term abortions at clinic, former employee tells court

    Where’s the outrage?

  11. Amen to your statements about white man’s abuse of Indians. I looked up “Waterflow New Mexico” where L.A. will be speaking. I was thinking of going, as I am in NM, but I found it is one of the most polluted places on earth. Who polluted it? Industrial companies. The Indians have suits against these companies. The companies deny all responsibility.

    I never thought a lot about Indians except for our courses in the Haida of the Pacific Northwest, and other indigenous groups, which we had in Seattle when I was a child. But here I live surrounded by “reservations”, where the Indians make much of their money by operating casinos. It is tragic that the Indians have had to join the white man’s folly to make money. Not that Indians are saints, any more than we are. But I feel for them! In our last forest fire, a thousand fireman protected our town, which is mostly white, and has an important laboratory, and yet they did little to save the sacred grounds of the Indians to the NE of us, which were virtually destroyed. Too little manpower to do both, but it does show what priorities we have. No money left to help both the whites and the Indians, in a crisis. Too much money spent on crap.

    I am puzzled by the Nephelim material. I accept that these old giant remains have been found. What puzzles me is this: the idea that they are here again, alive. I will have to get the book, which I hope explains how they are here again. In what form. I have not seen them, that I know of.

  12. As I view the diagram showing the mound complex in Ohio and the smaller circle with the channel connecting between the smaller circle and the larger squarish shape, with all perfectly aligned, I am reminded of how our world is connected to the Eternity of God, through a very small channel, which is Jesus Christ and His Millinnium Kingdom.

  13. Isaiah 18:2 …..Go, ye swift messengers, to a nation scattered and peeled, to a people terrible from their beginning hitherto; a nation meted out and trodden down, whose land the rivers have spoiled!

    Whenever I have read that verse which is talking about a land that is terrible from it’s beginning wherein this nation beyond Eythiopia in ancient times was sending embassadors and ships to, I cannot help but think of America….even before I knew about the Giant alien races that were here before the “native” indians of America. That just afirmed my belief. It also speaks of the same land which rivers has spoiled…and I think of the grand canyon and other places within our country that in ancient times the overflow and currents of our rivers could have caused to waste….such as our prairies, etc, and so much more. When you look at our map, we have many rivers that dissect our land, more so than other nations. I could see how they may have in times of tremendous rainfall could have easily spoiled land here, at that time. Considering how far apart our forest areas are.

    Anyway, than in the same chapter of Isaiah is verse 7:

    “In that time shall the present be brought unto the LORD of hosts of a people scattered and peeled, and from a people terrible from their beginning hitherto; a nation meted out and trodden under foot, whose land the rivers have spoiled, to the place of the name of the LORD of hosts, the mount Zion.”

    I consider this verse 7 to be a future verse that pertains to after the Wrath is over and Christ is in Jerusalem. I am thinking that the gift is many of the Jewish nation that found safety in various nooks and crannies of our country during the Wrath….which are returned to Jerusalem.

  14. “http://jewishworldreview.com/0413/dna_patent.php3#.UWxJbsqTmHB”
    High Court to decide if you should own your DNA

    A case before the U.S. Supreme Court today is challenging two patents. It has enormous implications for both our health and shared humanity

    This is insane. Please Lord…hurry up!

  15. One more step the Illuminati needs to take away our freedom and implement Martial Law. America as you know it is ending. I’ll bet ya this is the excuse needed to perhaps invade another middle east country or some part of Asia.

  16. This bombing is a heinous crime. Very hard to keep an outdoor event safe. My oldest son and my daughter were distance runners in high school and college and I just can’t imagine this sort of thing at the finish line with everyone waiting on the runners.

    I’m afraid that we will see more of this sort of thing before we leave. I heard on the news here that there are 80 runners from NM at the marathon. God bless the injured and the families of the murdered.


  17. 3 bombs? One at a nearby library. Is that all?

    Synchronized attacks would normally be Al Qa’ida. If it is AQ, then this is too low key, might only be a distraction.
    Then again they should check with radiation detectors, they might have been dirty bombs!

    If similar attacks at the finish of other sports events — major impact on economy.

    Adds a new factor to gun control since guns are needed to protect against bombs, which of course are all illegal. Amazing eh, how illegal weapons like IED’s and such are available anyway. Copycats? Bombs in schools?

    If foreign, will the borders be closed including illegal visitors (overstayers)?

    If terrorists, they won’t keep quite. Would that reverse the Afghanistan pull out?

    A bit too early for domestic terrorism related to the OKC, Waco, Lucasville Prison Riot, Ruby Ridge events. (unless this is a ramp up to 4-19)

    4/28/13 Oklahoma City marathon (another one of the “must run” marathons)
    4/21/13 upcoming London marathon (33rd)
    4/2012 Pittsburgh Bomb Squad is exhausted by email bomb threats.
    5/2010 Pittsburgh Marathon explosive device may have been a dry run. Previous day bomb threat in Times Square.

    In Marathon Man, a bomb-laden baby carriage explodes on a Parisian street
    note plot for Korean movie “My Way” “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Way_%282011_film%29”
    note Pyongyang marathon 4-14 “http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/north-korea-hosts-marathon-war-talk-safety-concerns-article-1.1316433”

    note similarities to thwarted “National Alliance” MLK parade attack “http://www.newser.com/story/113774/white-supremacist-arrested-in-mlk-parade-bomb-attempt.html”

    silobreaker: (gets related coverage)

    • “5:11 p.m.: A law enforcement official tells the Associated Press that cell phone service has been shut down in the Boston area to prevent any potential remote detonations of explosives.”


      So… don’t count on cell phone service in an attack. Might be worth getting an old style wireline phone. And just leave the ringer off to ignore the telemarketers.

    • “http://www.firstpost.com/world/live-boston-marathon-blasts-kill-3-new-york-key-cities-on-alert-701532.html”

      Five undetonated explosives found around Boston

      The scale of Monday’s disaster could have been worse. According to a Wall Street Journal report, counter-terrorism officials have found what they believe to be five additional, undetonated explosive devices around the Boston area.

      The devices—which are in addition to the two that exploded near the finish line of the marathon—were discovered over the course of a frantic inspection of suspicious packages, many of them abandoned as pedestrians, runners, and others scrambled away from crowded public streets. Each had been rendered inoperative or was in the process of being rendered inoperative, the officials said.

    • “5:43 p.m.: While an earlier intelligence briefing indicated that cell phone service had been shut down in the Boston area, two national carriers refuted this. Officials with Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel said there have been no requests to shut down cell phone services, which are still operating under heavy traffic in Boston, the AP reports. Sprint spokeswoman Crystal Davis said: “Minus some mild call blocking on our Boston network due to increased traffic, our service is operating normally.”


    • history of bombings in the US (wonder why they missed the ones above?)


      4/2012 Pittsburgh Bomb Squad is exhausted by email bomb threats.
      5/2010 Pittsburgh Marathon explosive device may have been a dry run. Previous day bomb threat in Times Square.

      Or why they excluded such like the underwear bomber?

  18. My thoughts and prayers go out to all affected by the explosions in Boston. Just horrific. Thanking the Lord my brother wasn’t there this year. He ran the Boston marathon last year and knows people who ran it this year. He told me everyone he knows that was there is safe, thank God.

    My parents were there at the finish line to watch my brother last year, so it causes me to shudder when I think what if it had happened then. Hoping and praying that fluctuating reports of casualties goes down instead of up. God have mercy.

  19. LA, looking at the octagon mound, it looks like an outline of a virus… Does anyone know what the mound represents?

  20. Great blog today L.A.! It’s been a while since I’ve been here I know, as I’ve been busy switching jobs and moved from L.A. to O.C. where I met Doug Hamp and have been attending his Bible studies each week. I asked you once if you knew of any good churches where pastors are open to teaching Genesis 6, and you at the time couldn’t think of any. Well, I still haven’t found any either…not even in the messianic congregations. So, thank you for your work, your tenacity to keep digging, and sharing what you find. God bless!

  21. CNN leans toward domestic terror…. (but forgets FALN, Puerto Rican terrorists/liberators and Clinton pardons)



    … in any case it’s still the rebel angels pulling the strings.

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