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Black Eyed Kids: Paranormal Theories About Children With Black Eyes 2

Updated on March 13, 2013

Black Eyed Kids

So I have done some more research since my first hub on Black Eyed Kids (otherwise known as BEKs) and have come up with a few more paranormal theories as to what exactly this phenomena is. If you haven't read my first hub, it can be found here.

I first made the conclusion that Black Eyed Kids were either satan's minions sent from the deepest parts of hell (demons) or vampires. Not typical blood sucking, bat morphing vampires but those that feed off fear. In the paranormal world this would be a completely new classification of vampire. A new species. Can I say for sure? Absolutely not. But in this vast world of unknown things, never say never.


I revolt against the thought that BEKs are simply urban legend. Although the Black Eyed Kids experiences are lacking in numbers, there is something in each account that rings true. The overwhelming fear associated with the cases are nothing to underestimate.There is no real evidence to support any one theory completely (although I have come to lean more towards demons, but if so, how does this happen?), but all may have some merit. More say, many theories may even be interlinking.

Although I am not vastly familiar with this first theory, I believe I have read enough about them to believe it plausible. Black Eyed Kids are Nephilim hybrid spawn of the fallen ones (angels) and the women of earth. There, I said it.

“The origination of the Nephilim begins with a story of the fallen angels. Shemhazai, an angel of high rank, led a rebel sect of angels in a descent to earth to instruct humans in righteousness. The tutelage went on for a few centuries, but soon the angels pined for the human females. After lusting, the fallen angels instructed the women in magic and conjuring, mated with them, and produced hybrid offspring: the Nephilim.

The Nephilim were gigantic in stature. Their strength was prodigious and their appetites immense. Upon devouring all of humankind's resources, they began to consume humans themselves. The Nephilim attacked and oppressed humans and were the cause of massive destruction on the earth.

It is sometimes suggested that ridding the Earth of these nephilim was one of God's purposes for flooding the Earth in Noah's time. “

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Are BEKs the new hybrid Nephilim? If so the new hybrid seems to be as bad as the first, less the destruction of earth...yet.The original Nephilim were demonic like by the time they were annihilated, from what I have read (and although I know I am going to get a major back lashing for this hub , please feel free to correct me, nicely :) ). Are the watchers back looking to create the perfect hybrid spawn? Ones in which they would be free to mate with women of earth? A different type of offspring that would pass as human? Perhaps serve another purpose? What did Jesus say about his return to Earth in the End of Days? That the world would be like it was in the days of Noa???

So, are these Black Eyed Kids the return of the Nephilim and thus meaning we are living in the End Times? With time will their numbers grow? God I hope not.

Which brings in the theory of some sort of abduction and insemination practice as no one has dared to get even close enough to these things to touch them. But then again who knows. Is this the result of allowing them into your home, car, etc? They reproduce with humans, creating an even larger spawn of themselves? Way far fetched but always a possible avenue to consider. Especially since we have yet to hear from someone that has survived an encounter after allowing these things access to one's home.


Alien Hybrids

Let me ask, what is the number one story claimed by women who have multiple abductions? First they are taken and impregnated. 3 or 4 months later they are taken again and the baby is removed. A couple years later they are taken again and presented with a hybrid child, only allowed to spend a few minutes with it. The descriptions of these children are humans with..... totally black, 'grey' like eyes.

I"n time new and even more unsettling dimensions to the abduction experience came to light. Some female abductees reported sexual experiences followed by pregnancies that would be terminated in a follow-up abduction some months later. During later abductions the UFO entities would show the women strange-looking children, apparently human/alien hybrids, whom they would sense were their own." What happens to these hybrid children? Are they released at some point in time on earth? Do they serve some purpose other than a science project of genetically engineered alien human hybrids? If so what is that purpose? Are aliens actually fallen Angels? Nephilim? They did after all come from the skies and are depicted as doing so in ancient and biblical times. It seems as though there are more questions than answers.

The answer to the riddle of the Black Eyed Children may never come to light. Not in our lifetime anyway. Yet, some things are just better left unanswered . As of yet no real threat has been presented, at least none that we know of. Then again , maybe they just erase our memories of the encounter. Maybe there are more victims than we realize. Maybe.


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      4 years ago

      Ive seen them here spfld il they're fast mean and up to no good...

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      6 years ago


      Really interesting that you say some of these black eyed kids come from China. I say this because David Weatherly who wrote a book and researched the phenomena of the black eyed kids for over 15 years while having accumulated thousands of reports of people's encounters with them has stated that not one of the black eyed kids have ever been reported as looking Asian or nonwhite. A few have been reported as Mediterranean looking but otherwise the rest have been described as being very pale and Caucasian in appearance.

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      6 years ago

      Very good

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      6 years ago from Some Sunny Beach, USA

      Phantomizer, thanks for commenting. I could see how these "children" may have some form of intellectual intelligence higher than our own. Your comment seems plausible, something else to ponder concerning this phenomenom. Interesting insight, thank you.

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      6 years ago

      As far as the black eyed kids phenomenon (for a lack of a better lamens term) i hve become aquainted with several of them. All were adopted from around the world from such places as Russia, China and England. All now live in the United states, as well as having certain characteristics such as hyper intelegence, extremely calm demeanors (even for someone such as myself who has borderline-emotional void or borderline sociopath tendencies) these people seem to understand a lot more than the average human of 18-20 years old. After knowing these fine specimens for several years i can say this: THEY ARE NOT MALICIOUS AT ALL, they seem be be more like an observers, like a vessel with a soul that has been recycled with no memory of a past life but all of the colective intelect creating inate high IQ's.

      It seems like as time goes on the lore as we know it is being re-written because this is not my only encounter with these "mythological" and paranormal entities and creations and nearly all of them are quite different from the way they are percieved in modern culture


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