The Book of Enoch: Fallen Angels, Nephilim, and Aliens? – Matrix Disclosure

The Book of Enoch, written during the second century B.C.E., is one of the most important non-canonical apocryphal works, and probably had a huge influence on early Christian, particularly Gnostic, beliefs.
Filled with hallucinatory visions of heaven and hell, angels and devils, Enoch introduced concepts such as fallen angels, the appearance of a Messiah, Resurrection, a Final Judgement, and the Heavenly Kingdom on Earth.
The Book of Enoch: Fallen Angels, Nephilim, and Aliens?
Ever since its translation in 1800 from ancient texts discovered in Ethiopia in 1768, the Book of Enoch has created a stir in academic circles. Enoch has been proven to have existed and was mentioned before the existence of the church. Several copies of it were discovered in 1948 among the Dead Sea Scrolls. Some even believe we can trace backstories that have great similarities to Ancient Sumer.
The Book of Enoch is one of those books that almost made it into the Bible but was then rejected as “apocryphal”, even though Enoch and the book itself are mentioned and referred to several times in the Bible. The only people who accept the book as an official part of their holy scriptures are Ethiopian Jews and the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and a few more obscure religious groups around the world. Official sources say the book was written 300 B.C. but since it is ascribed to Enoch, the great-grandfather of Noah, some speculate that it was written before the great flood. The Book of Enoch is divided into five basic parts, but it is The Book of Parables (37-71) which gives scholars the most trouble for it is primarily concerned with a figure called “the messiah”; “the righteous one”; “the chosen one” and “the son of man.”


Law of One (Ra Material), Book of Enoch & Emerald Tablets of Thoth (Audio)

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