Re: Liber Sanctum Iesu Christi Evangelium Secundum Ioannem
I think the pasage he has plagarized (yet probably doesn't understand) is describing the "Sons of God" as referred to in Genesis.
It sounds like it supports the prothesis that they are indeed fallen angels (converted to humans) as opposed to some of the other ideologies that have been proposed over time, such as the Sethites (Children of Seth: Seth was born after the slaying of Abel by Cain, and Eve believed God had appointed him as replacement for Abel because Cain killed him) or royal blood lines.
It gets even better:
The Pillars of the sons of Seth, according to the Antiquities of the Jews by Josephus, were two pillars created by the descendants of Seth and inscribed with many scientific discoveries and inventions, notably in astronomy. They were built by Seth's descendants based on Adam's prediction that the world would be destroyed at one time by fire and another time by global flood, in order to protect the discoveries and be remembered after the destruction. One was composed of brick, and the other of stone, so that if the pillar of brick should be destroyed, the pillar of stone would remain, both reporting the ancient discoveries, and informing men that a pillar of brick was also erected. Josephus reports that the pillar of stone remained in the land of Siriad in his day.
The only problem is that Josephus may have mistook Seth for an egyptian king named Sestrosis who was supposed to have build such a repository.
Still, this is the passage that was used to justify the differences between royal bloodlines and human sheep.