Note: This was originally posted on 4-6-16 but it has come to the attention of T2B that this story may indeed be a hoax. Why someone would do such a thing is beyond comprehension. There seems to be an element of people trying to deceive the public by writing fiction, and providing just enough truth in their messages to fool the reader. In turn, this hurts the credibility of those of us who are trying to study a legitimate topic provided in the Bible.
T2B cannot verify the story one way or another. We strongly suggest you study the actual biblical writings and not rely on any story told by a writer purposely trying to deceive the public.
Editor: Peter Demmon “The Lost Book of King Og”
Editor: Deane “Remnant of Giants”
Locked away deep in the Vatican, and recently released by American Bishop and translator, Father Martin… are the only known writings from an actual giant (Rephaim) from the period mentioned in Numbers 21.
“Do not be afraid of him, for I have delivered him into your hands, along with his whole army and his land, Do to him what you did to Sihon King of the Amorites.” Numbers 21
“Og king of Bashan was the last of the Rephaites. His bed was decorated with iron and was more than nine cubits long and four cubits wide. It is still in Rabbah of the Ammonites.” Deuteronomy 3
This is the only Aramaic translation of the remaining chapter from the Lost Book of King Og the Giant.
With Constantine’s systematic destruction of non-Christian texts in and around 326 CE, the knowledge and/or reproduction of Og’s verses were impossible. This surviving tablet is currently under lock and key deep in the Vatican. What is transcribed below has been culled from the last remaining tablet housed in the Secret Vatican Library in the Department of Ancient Documents and Occult Findings. This department is curated under the Vatican’s residing American Bishop and translator, Father Martin.
The contents are fascinating. Chapter 7 begins with taunts from King Og to Israel, in which the former appears to compare Israel to ants buried in fecal matter. There are also tantalizing references to “my brethren” which seem to refer to the antediluvian Nephilim (Gen 6:4).
Are the tales of my [exploits] not [traveling] to you O [fecal worm?] of Israel? Of my power [. . .] renowned fields of my [Pre-Adamic/Pre-Watcher][Nephilim] brethren? [. . .murder. . .] How we turned our wrath [. . .mercy. . .a foreigner. . .] the old world stood.
In another section of the chapter, King Og declares that his age is 800 years – confirming the great age attributed to Giants in other ancient texts. This puts his birth a little after the Flood, according the Bible’s internal chronology (which suggests the “translator” may have miscalculated a little).
It is a truly incredible find. The publication of The Lost Book of King Og provides further evidence of the existence of giants at the time of the conquest. It may be compared to the letter sent by the Confederation of Giants to Joshua, found in Book 27 of the Samaritan Book of Joshua, the original of which may well date as early as the invasion of the land of Canaan in ca. 1456 BCE.
The most interesting aspect of this tablet is that King Og himself dictated this chapter in preparation for the incoming attack from Moses that is cited in the Bible in Numbers 21. As far as Father Martin knows, these are the only known writings of any of the Rephaim.
Breaks in text are cited in brackets. Also transcribed are those texts which Father Martin was unable to translate as follows: [. . .]. Speculative text will have no ellipses, for example: The[quick brown fox] jumps [over] the[lazy] dog.
Regarding speculative text: Most of the words that Father Martin used in his translation of the original Aramaic have been the source of extensive discussions. It was painstakingly agreed that italicized words now signify “broader translations.” What you see below is the most efficient reading of the text. All translation liberties taken have been cleared by Father Martin and his superiors.
The Lost Book of King Og: Chapter 7
¹Did you think, O [worm] Israel, that I never stood above [. . . water. . .mountains . . .height. . ?] ²You have never touched the sky or stood two cubits over another man. [. . .] Baal has seen to it. Behold, I am Og, the largest man in the land. [What are you planning?]
³I have watched you[. . .] crawl into the [light] as a [fecal worm?]. I have seen the Egyptian [. . .]feed you to its young. ⁴Is this why you now war with me, O [worm] of Israel? [. . .] smote my neighbor in Sihon? Baal will avenge [. . .]. Both Baal and Baalat will [. . .empower. . .] to sever the [worm] with force. ⁵[ . . .false god. . .weak [little?] men. . .] look down on your warriors who trail like ants [. . .beneath. . .][feces]. Do you not know that [the power in] but one of my arms will [break] the [horn] of Israel? [. . .opponent. . .]
⁶Are the tales of my [exploits] not [traveling] to you O [fecal worm?] of Israel? Of my power [. . .] renowned fields of my [Pre-Adamic/Pre-Watcher][Nephilim] brethren? [. . .murder. . .] How we turned our wrath [. . .mercy. . .a foreigner. . .] the old world stood.
⁷O bitter, [blackened fecal worm?]. Did not my [royal] [sorceresses] of Baal speak of your arrival? My soothsayers [. . .victory. . .worship. . .sacrifices. . .] priests [. . .sorcery. . .possession. . .] Baal has spoken [. . .] of when I will [tear] the [skull] of the [fecal worm?] Moses from his body and [. . .] hold it over Bashan as [. . .sign to. . .].
⁸How will I [murder thee?] [. . . [a] dog. . .torn. . .slaughter] lift a [. . . ]mountain over my head? Is not [Baal the god] of this [earth] I live in? The kingdom [. . .] supreme Baal has thousands of [. . .] answers to [. . .] [fecal] one god [. . .of?. . .] Israel.
⁹[. . .number? . .] men have you killed, O little [fecal worm?] Israel? Like a cowardly [insect] [. . .] mother Egypt to me, that we may do [. . .battle?. . .].
¹⁰My [. . .legion. . .daughters. . .] concubines [soreceresses] will witness [. . .the. . ] slaughter [fecal worm?] Israel [. . .] paint their [flesh/faces?] with your blood [. . entrails. . .] when we celebrate on high [my?] sons will carry your severed [skull] on high [. . .roads. . .] of Og [singing] feasting [. . .] through the roads of Bashan [. . .] anoint my head and beard with oil before I go to make war, [you are defeated]
¹¹[Little worm] Moses. My spies have told me [. . .your. . .] army, and their [. . .worship. . .] for any god but yours [. . .your murder(ous). . .] Of your time in Egypt. Of your [. . .commandments. . . of laws] your barbarism and insanity all in the name of your [fecal] one god.
¹²[Fecal worm?] Moses [to make] a bronze snake for your people to look upon when poisoned. [. . .] you would kill your own, for not worshiping your senseless god who kills yet [. . .].
¹³Murderous little Israel now at the foot of my kingdom. I will gird my loins to squash [. . .]. As the last of my [. . .Rephaim. . .] and the survivor of the great waters I now [. . . ].
¹⁴[. . .] after killing the [. . .King Arid. . .] then the King of Shihon and spilling their wives and children’s blood? [. . .] You gird your loins against the last of the Rephraim? Gird them well. My hands are ready for warfare.
¹⁵In my 900th year, [. . .] stray dogs of Bashan will feast on the flesh of Israel and [fecal worm?] Moses.
¹⁶My spies [. . .say. . .] King of Shihon. Killing the women and children, keeping the spoils¹⁷Your [fecal] god has driven you mad. [. . .murder. . .slaughter. . .destruction] at the [. . .] hands of Israel. Of war madness [. . .drunk with. . .] the blood and spoils [. . .] enemies learned. ¹⁸Life is still lost even when the battle is won, worm.
¹⁹I will release the [gonteekwa] to you O [fecal worm?], Israel. [. . .]learn its ways of connection [from] before [your time].²⁰Before your [flood] Before [Babel] and [your Adam] we were there.²¹My brethren [. . .in the fields. . .] their livestock and the greater [beasts] of old.²²Creeping, cloven hoofed [monsters] that ruled with the [sons of God] the giants the [men of reknown].²³Connected in heart and mind, and unstoppable before the [gods][. . .] one mind and of one heart they ruled. These men of old and their beasts [driven] [before] [. . . ]²⁴Beasts that controlled the men as the men controlled the beasts. [. . . show?] O [fecal worm?] Moses of Israel, the heart of an animal and the mind of a giant.²⁵ It [is time] for you to share your [soul] with [other?] greater.
²⁶[. . .] victory [spoils?] [. . .]
²⁷[. . .] train for [. . .] [strange] weapons
²⁸Make war[. . .]
²⁹[. . .]
³⁰ [. . .] sacrifice [. . .] celebration [. . .worm. . .] beheaded. For I am Og the [last of the Rephain] and I will strike you down.