VFTB 070: Judd Burton — Vampires, Werewolves, and the Nephilim

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VAMPIRES AND werewolves are big business right now, maybe even bigger than during the heyday of Lugosi, Karloff, and Chaney.  Dr. Judd Burton, author of Interview With the Giant: Ethnohistorical Notes on the Nephilim (not Interview With the Ghost, as Derek incorrectly said in the introduction), discusses the legends and offers a disturbing theory for the true origins of the monsters.

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  1. Hi Id just like to say that in Nebuchanezzarss case he did not beleive he was a warewolf.

    Some call it generally insania zoanthropica and more specifically in Nebuchadnezzar’s case, boanthropy, the delusion that one is an ox.

  2. Thanks for the comments James. However, I don’t think this is boanthropy in its purest form. Perhaps there are elements, but likewise there are elements of lycanthropy. The text in Daniel 4 is clear that Nebuchadnezzar is living with wild animals as opposed to domesticates, like oxen. Maybe this case is a combination of both. You’ve given me something to think about. Godspeed.

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