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A Volume Containing The First Book of Enoch (The Ethiopic Book of Enoch) The Second Book of Enoch (The Slavonic Secrets of Enoch) The Third Book of Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch) The Book of Fallen Angels, The Watchers, and the Origins of Evil: With Expanded Commentary on Enoch, Angels, Prophecies and Calendars in the Sacred Texts - The Books of Enoch: A Complete Volume A Volume Containing The First Book of Enoch (The Ethiopic Book of Enoch) The Second Book of Enoch (The Slavonic Secrets of Enoch) The Third Book of Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch) The Book of Fallen Angels, The Watchers, and the Origins of Evil: With Expanded Commentary on Enoch, Angels, Prophecies and Calendars in the Sacred Texts - The Books of Enoch: A Complete Volume Containing - 1 Enoch (The Ethiopic Book of Enoch), 2 Enoch (The Slavonic Secrets of Enoch), 3 Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch). Now, the major books making up the body of Enochian literature are presented to the public in a single volume. Joseph Lumpkin is the author of the best-selling work, "The Lost Book of Enoch." His work on both 1 Enoch and 2 Enoch have met with wide acceptance and plaudits. Now Lumpkin has completed his work on The Third Book of Enoch. 3 Enoch has not been available to the general public for over eighty years. His previous releases of 1 Enoch and 2 Enoch are placed along side The Hebrew Book of Enoch (3 Enoch,) which has been translated using Hebrew source materials and contains "in-text" commentary. This expansive volume contains copious notes and commentaries in all three books, designed to guide the reader through the difficulties of language, theology, and mystical references. It is a necessary resource for those curious about Angels, Demons, Watchers, Nephilim, Melchizedek, the angel Metatron, or the Merkabah (chariot of God). This volume is an indispensable resource for those engaged in the study of religion, religious history, angelology, demonology, mysticism or the Kabbalah.


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A Volume Containing The First Book of Enoch (The Ethiopic Book of Enoch) The Second Book of Enoch (The Slavonic Secrets of Enoch) The Third Book of Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch) The Book of Fallen Angels, The Watchers, and the Origins of Evil: With Expanded Commentary on Enoch, Angels, Prophecies and Calendars in the Sacred Texts - The Books of Enoch: A Complete Volume A Volume Containing The First Book of Enoch (The Ethiopic Book of Enoch) The Second Book of Enoch (The Slavonic Secrets of Enoch) The Third Book of Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch) The Book of Fallen Angels, The Watchers, and the Origins of Evil: With Expanded Commentary on Enoch, Angels, Prophecies and Calendars in the Sacred Texts - The Books of Enoch: A Complete Volume Containing - 1 Enoch (The Ethiopic Book of Enoch), 2 Enoch (The Slavonic Secrets of Enoch), 3 Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch). Now, the major books making up the body of Enochian literature are presented to the public in a single volume. Joseph Lumpkin is the author of the best-selling work, "The Lost Book of Enoch." His work on both 1 Enoch and 2 Enoch have met with wide acceptance and plaudits. Now Lumpkin has completed his work on The Third Book of Enoch. 3 Enoch has not been available to the general public for over eighty years. His previous releases of 1 Enoch and 2 Enoch are placed along side The Hebrew Book of Enoch (3 Enoch,) which has been translated using Hebrew source materials and contains "in-text" commentary. This expansive volume contains copious notes and commentaries in all three books, designed to guide the reader through the difficulties of language, theology, and mystical references. It is a necessary resource for those curious about Angels, Demons, Watchers, Nephilim, Melchizedek, the angel Metatron, or the Merkabah (chariot of God). This volume is an indispensable resource for those engaged in the study of religion, religious history, angelology, demonology, mysticism or the Kabbalah.

30 review for The Books of Enoch: Containing 1 Enoch (The Ethiopic Book of Enoch), 2 Enoch (The Slavonic Secrets of Enoch), and 3 Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Leo .

    Who was Enoch? Was he right? Were there beings back then? Of enormous height? Titans, as big as mountains, like the films Cloverfield All fell before them, all did yield As small as grasshoppers, shocked, in awe At these gigantic creatures, before the fall Teaching humans about metal and ore Turning women into the Babylonian Whore Devouring men, women, children and all that be The trees, the animals, the creatures from the sea Corrupting, mining, building megaliths, and war, and pain Is it coming? This en Who was Enoch? Was he right? Were there beings back then? Of enormous height? Titans, as big as mountains, like the films Cloverfield All fell before them, all did yield As small as grasshoppers, shocked, in awe At these gigantic creatures, before the fall Teaching humans about metal and ore Turning women into the Babylonian Whore Devouring men, women, children and all that be The trees, the animals, the creatures from the sea Corrupting, mining, building megaliths, and war, and pain Is it coming? This end time, Armageddon, Ragnarok, Jihad, all over again? Creating mutants, abominations, weapons of mayhem, and immoral minds Turning people against each other, hating, against all kinds Creating chaos, distraction, shock and terror Making it the norm, ready for the Dragon, or Lucifer, the Light Bearer. 👍🐯 What is happening to this beautiful Earth? This wonderful Gaia, that gives birth To life, the flower and the fauna, us Our Earth is dying, nobody is making a fuss Acceptance, apathy, acquiescence, whilst oligarchs make millions And we get taxed, and have to pay, for fossil fuels, like stupid minions After all is said and done Nothing ever changes, under the Sun As it has all happened before, look around At gigantic volcano, or an ancient rubbish mound? Festering and boiling throughout the ages, a slag heap, a landfill, a cesspit Erupting, spewing, a concoction of filth, oozing, smothering, like flies on shit A canyon, a valley, a desert, a sinkhole, a mine A cataclysm, a drought, a flood, repeating, throughout time We have to sever the head, of the capitalist snake Before it is too late, for our children's sake This situation it makes me perplexed Like this whole world, has been Hexed People go on consuming, it feels me with sorrow What on this wonderful Earth will be next? I fear for the morrow Do we lock up the oligarchs? Throw away the key? Or give them a pardon? For like the titans in the past, they are destroying our beautiful garden. 🐯👍🐯

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa

    So I read this because I am fascinated with angel lore. It was a fascinating read and everything was well explained.

  3. 4 out of 5

    C.N. Wolf

    The books of Enoch provide an intriguing view into the non-canonical mythos surrounding Christianity, including those of angelic nature, which is why I was drawn to them. The books feature many sidestories of angels, creation, demons, etc, and is also one of the written origins of the Watchers (angels sent to observe mankind and ultimately became smitten with them), Nephilim (offspring of human women and angels), and so on. Summaries of Enoch's texts are plentiful and easy to find, so I won't we The books of Enoch provide an intriguing view into the non-canonical mythos surrounding Christianity, including those of angelic nature, which is why I was drawn to them. The books feature many sidestories of angels, creation, demons, etc, and is also one of the written origins of the Watchers (angels sent to observe mankind and ultimately became smitten with them), Nephilim (offspring of human women and angels), and so on. Summaries of Enoch's texts are plentiful and easy to find, so I won't weigh down this review with a recap. There's a lot of different versions of Enoch's texts, many different translations, interpretations, and so on - Nyland's edition, unfortunately, is not one of them. Entirely because of the editing. Nyland is referred to a foremost scholar of apocryphal texts and angelic traditions, and her translation of Enoch's text itself reads well and flows with a nice, literary flair. She also goes beyond just translating the text and provides numerous footnotes, internal references, and so on. However, the editing and formatting of her text indicates that either she needed an editor or needed a better one. Many of Nyland's notes are inserted directly into the text - not as footnotes, endnotes or appendices, but directly into the chapters - so that sometimes you have to flip past pages of her notes in order to continue reading Enoch's text. And in the early sections of the book, her notes are numerous, distracting, and ultimately frustrating. I guess I might be spoiled by study Bibles and such (where notes appear in small font at the bottom of the page), or my habits are in the minority, but I like to read the original text first, and then follow up on translator's notes later - not be forced to read another's interpretations before developing my own. I also like more robust internal references, where if a translator's notes mention that, say, Gabriel appeared in Enoch book 1 and in Revelation, chapter and verse are provided. Instead, cursory references are listed, phrased like "Such-and-such angel is mentioned in passing in the book of Job", and that's it. Sadly, these aren't my only grievances with Nyland's translation (her font type and size also vary wildly), but they are the most frustrating from my perspective. As a part-time academic, I'm accustomed to books with studious cross-references and a polished appearance that aids my research rather than distracts from it. I like to be able to use one scholar's notes as a launching point for my own research, to follow up on that person's research and confirm, deny, or supplement for myself - which I cannot do as well with poor references. Overall: Nyland's translation reads clean and poetic, nice to read, though the notes and internal references leave much to be desired. Readers who are not of academic bent might be less distracted by the editing than me, but scholars would be wiser to look elsewhere.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    Wow! Where has this gem been all my life?

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jerimy Stoll

    This was a great read. The Books of Enoch is actually three separate books which were discovered in different areas and they each tell the same story. At the end of the book, Joseph Lumpkin pieces together a complete story using the Books of Enoch, the Holy Bible, the Book of Jasher, The War Scrolls, The book of Giants and other books to give the reader a complete account of what may have happened so long ago. I found the book and commentaries useful in my own search for knowledge, and The Books This was a great read. The Books of Enoch is actually three separate books which were discovered in different areas and they each tell the same story. At the end of the book, Joseph Lumpkin pieces together a complete story using the Books of Enoch, the Holy Bible, the Book of Jasher, The War Scrolls, The book of Giants and other books to give the reader a complete account of what may have happened so long ago. I found the book and commentaries useful in my own search for knowledge, and The Books of Enoch filled in a lot of blanks which the accepted Holy Bible left blank. This is a must-read for anyone looking to expand their understanding of the beginning of human history or anyone who is fanatical about any and all types of mythology. The book will adequately satisfy both audiences.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Giuseppe Spinella

    Lumpkin has put such an incredible and diligent amount of work into this! This book contains so much info for those interested in the old testament events, but also some of the new testament. And obviously it is essential for those interested in angel lore. So many modern tv series and books take inspiration from this that reading it makes you appreciate modern literature and shows much more. To be honest, I thought that the 1. Book of Enoch was a very repetitive and dry read as the style is simi Lumpkin has put such an incredible and diligent amount of work into this! This book contains so much info for those interested in the old testament events, but also some of the new testament. And obviously it is essential for those interested in angel lore. So many modern tv series and books take inspiration from this that reading it makes you appreciate modern literature and shows much more. To be honest, I thought that the 1. Book of Enoch was a very repetitive and dry read as the style is similar to the bible. I suggest you skip it and just read the 2. and the 3. + Lumpkin's own book on the origins of evil etc since all content of Enoch 1 is also told in there. Except for the first book, I found the others to be pleasant and very informative reads.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rae

    I admit to having read this largely because I'd just finished Memnoch the Devil, wondered where all the theological and historical theories in it had come from, and found that the answer was Enoch. As a creation myth, this is a detailed and curious one, and it adds some background to the biography of John Dee that I so enjoyed last year, The Queen's Conjurer: The Science and Magic of Dr. John Dee, Advisor to Queen Elizabeth I. It further makes me smile to speculate that Rice's next book, The Vam I admit to having read this largely because I'd just finished Memnoch the Devil, wondered where all the theological and historical theories in it had come from, and found that the answer was Enoch. As a creation myth, this is a detailed and curious one, and it adds some background to the biography of John Dee that I so enjoyed last year, The Queen's Conjurer: The Science and Magic of Dr. John Dee, Advisor to Queen Elizabeth I. It further makes me smile to speculate that Rice's next book, The Vampire Armand, with all its detail on the Slavonic Church, was partly inspired by the Slavonic history she turned up while researching the Book of Enoch. In short, this is a book that diverted me for a few summer days, and that I found interesting largely for its relationship to other books. I would probably have more to say about it if I had more knowledge about Christian history, mysticism or angelology, and perhaps one day when I do I will give it a second reading. Edit: I agree with another reviewer that this is a very readable translation, and that the annotations are very helpful.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Brendan Lloyd

    Excellent book for anyone interested in lore about angels, demons, etc and bonus points if you've read the Bible - you'll notice some eerie similarities between some of the language and Jesus' beatitudes (the "blessed are..." statements) in the New Testament. One thing to take note of: the lore about the Watchers is only a small part of the Books of Enoch, and is not laid out in a narrative format - if that's what you were looking for in relation to the Watchers. Otherwise, a great source of ang Excellent book for anyone interested in lore about angels, demons, etc and bonus points if you've read the Bible - you'll notice some eerie similarities between some of the language and Jesus' beatitudes (the "blessed are..." statements) in the New Testament. One thing to take note of: the lore about the Watchers is only a small part of the Books of Enoch, and is not laid out in a narrative format - if that's what you were looking for in relation to the Watchers. Otherwise, a great source of angel lore and essentially reading for 'angel enthusiasts' - or whatever people interested in angels want to call themselves, whatever works - 'Angelologists', maybe?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kendra

    I ended up mostly skimming this book, because even trying to read it with an open mind, I was totally nauseated with the "everyone kissing the Lord's ass" and how he would destroy the evil ones, over and over and over. I'm wondering if Revelations came from this? This actually has nothing negative against the author, it was strictly the words and basically the thoughts of those who willingly choose to believe in this type of deity. I ended up mostly skimming this book, because even trying to read it with an open mind, I was totally nauseated with the "everyone kissing the Lord's ass" and how he would destroy the evil ones, over and over and over. I'm wondering if Revelations came from this? This actually has nothing negative against the author, it was strictly the words and basically the thoughts of those who willingly choose to believe in this type of deity.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Malcolm M. Taylor

    Enlightening . . . Connects the dots This book is easy to understand and covers information that relates stories in the Bible, providing background information that the writers of Scripture were intimately familiar with. It answers most of the questions Sunday School lessons didn't answer. A bigger question is, Why did the church hierarchy take these books out. The Ethiopian Church kept them. Read for understanding. I highly recommend this book, especially to Christians. Enlightening . . . Connects the dots This book is easy to understand and covers information that relates stories in the Bible, providing background information that the writers of Scripture were intimately familiar with. It answers most of the questions Sunday School lessons didn't answer. A bigger question is, Why did the church hierarchy take these books out. The Ethiopian Church kept them. Read for understanding. I highly recommend this book, especially to Christians.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tony Howard

    Very interesting, I didn't care for 3rd Enoch (written by a Rabbi about Enoch).Overall it was enlightening and thought provoking. Very interesting, I didn't care for 3rd Enoch (written by a Rabbi about Enoch).Overall it was enlightening and thought provoking.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rohan Holmes

    A must read by all person's who believe in a God These works are necessary to give a grand insite into the belif in an Almighty God who influences the lives of mankind. A must read by all person's who believe in a God These works are necessary to give a grand insite into the belif in an Almighty God who influences the lives of mankind.

  13. 5 out of 5

    katherine drake

    Provocative in its expansion beyond currently accepted church texts. The Books expose a lushly rich and mystical version of both Heaven and Hell with affirming and brutal consequences, for both Man and Angels, including insightful details into the classes of angels and the origins of Noah. The Books of Enoch are not widely practiced or even studied, outside of a small area in Africa, which is a true shame since they bring into the forefront and focus on the smaller ideas and characters found in Provocative in its expansion beyond currently accepted church texts. The Books expose a lushly rich and mystical version of both Heaven and Hell with affirming and brutal consequences, for both Man and Angels, including insightful details into the classes of angels and the origins of Noah. The Books of Enoch are not widely practiced or even studied, outside of a small area in Africa, which is a true shame since they bring into the forefront and focus on the smaller ideas and characters found in the Christian Bible. A must read for anyone interested in religious texts.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Vrinda Pendred

    How do I review this? I mean, it's not your typical book, is it? It's an ancient religion. But what I would say is that it was fascinating - and a little spooky. I probably highlighted half the text. It's also a really good translation in that there is a lot of annotation to explain things that might throw you. It provides context where necessary for understanding. How do I review this? I mean, it's not your typical book, is it? It's an ancient religion. But what I would say is that it was fascinating - and a little spooky. I probably highlighted half the text. It's also a really good translation in that there is a lot of annotation to explain things that might throw you. It provides context where necessary for understanding.

  15. 4 out of 5

    carla salazar

    Enjoyed reading ths

  16. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    To me it closes many gaps left in the Bible. Found it completely life changing.

  17. 4 out of 5

    JJ

    I’m not sure how I can even rate this book without offending anybody. My intent is not to offend any believer of the biblical god nor is my intent just to bash for the sake of bashing. This review is by no means directed at Joseph B. Lumpkin, my review is directed at the word of god itself and those who recorded the word. I have never been a believer till I started to study the Anunnaki. I’m a believer of God now, just not this being masquerading as god, Jehovah or YHWH or Anu or Enlil or whatev I’m not sure how I can even rate this book without offending anybody. My intent is not to offend any believer of the biblical god nor is my intent just to bash for the sake of bashing. This review is by no means directed at Joseph B. Lumpkin, my review is directed at the word of god itself and those who recorded the word. I have never been a believer till I started to study the Anunnaki. I’m a believer of God now, just not this being masquerading as god, Jehovah or YHWH or Anu or Enlil or whatever the hell you want to call him. I will further state, that I didn’t just study one side of the story (the Bible, Books of Enoch, or any other biblical book) but I studied all sides and I’m still studying as learning and knowledge is a lifelong process. That doesn’t make my opinion to be the truth, none of us living in this modern day truly or really knows the truth behind the events that happened so many eons ago. By studying all sides of the ancient story, I let my human reason and intuition dictate what feels right by putting together history’s missing puzzle pieces. With that said, I have thoroughly studied the ancient astronaut theory; specifically the story of the Anunnaki and even more specific the royal bloodlines of the Anunnaki to include the twelfth planet in our Solar System where they come from, Nibiru. I have studied human consciousness, the lost city of Atlantis, Sumerian, Egyptian, and Greek civilizations and mythology. I’m also a firm believer that history is written by the victors, in this case the victors were the Sons of Dark who came to power after fall of Atlantis (the lost city and all it’s amazing knowledge was created and taught by our true God, Lord Enki) and who have been in power ever since. In my opinion, it was the Sons of Dark that gave the word that created The Books of Enoch and of course the Bible. I will make this review as short as possible; the truth is out there for anyone who is dedicated to seeking it. In other words, if you don’t know the entire Anunnaki story and timeline then I’m not here to share it with you, it’s out there for those who choose to seek it. I do want to cover what I believe are fraudulent lies and misinformation in The Books of Enoch and in any Biblical book for that matter but I just want to focus on the book at hand. Lies/Misinformation/Half-Truths 1. The being masquerading as god, Jehovah or YHWH or Anu or Enlil is not the creator of that was, all that is, and all that ever will be. This is not an Anunnaki story but this is obviously the first lie. As a matter of fact, the being masquerading as god, Jehovah or YHWH or Anu or Enlil is not even responsible for the creation of humanity. I will cover that second point after this first. There is only one universal creator of all that was, is and ever will be. He doesn’t go by god nor is he even a being. (Being in the sense as a Human being or Anunnaki being) The universal creator, supreme creator, prime creator is nothing more than a cosmic energy where we humans and all other beings in the universal originate from (our souls). The most intelligent energy imaginable. This is the Law of One. That we are all one; all beings around the universe too include plants, animals, insects, and fish. We all derive from the same cosmic consciousness; therefore, we are all related. The fact this being from planet Nibiru is masquerading as a creator of all is the first flat-out lie. This border lines the despotism and tyranny of any past human dictator to declare himself as god or president or fuehrer whatever he calls himself. 2. There is only one creator of humanity, actually two others helped the one but the one is overall responsible. Humanity’s true God and the second flat-lie by the being masquerading as god, Jehovah or YHWH or Anu or Enlil is Lord Enki according to the Sumerians. To the Nibiruans he is called Ea, to the Egyptians he is called Ptah, to the Greeks he was known as Prometheus and the Romans known him as Neptune. He is also known as the light-bearer. We will call him what the Sumerians called him which is Enki. It was Lord Enki with the help of his half-sister, the Mother Goddess known as Ninhursag. She was also known as NIN.TI – “lady of who gives life”. The other who assisted in our creation was Lord Enki’s son, Thoth. He is also known as Hermes to the Greeks. Our very medical symbol used to this day is the symbol of Enki and his son Thoth. It was Lord Enki who attempted to save the human race on many, many occasions. It was Lord Enki who gave humanity the fire of knowledge. It was Lord Enki who gave us his DNA and their abilities (Kundalini Energy and our Charkas specifically the third eye and crown Charkas that allow us to see beyond this reality and to leave our bodies to multidimensional travel). This one act that Enki did, caused hatred within his half-brother Enlil (Jehovah or whatever the hell you want to call him) and it was Enlil that promised humanity bondage and slavery. This one act that our God, Lord Enki did for us during the creation in Enlil’s (Jehovah) eyes was a massive sin, one of the original sins. The Sons of Light (Enki, his family, and his followers) want humanity to evolve to higher levels of consciousness through the activation of our Kundalini and Chakras so that we can be gods like them. This is what the ancient mystery schools taught, how it evolve to higher levels of being, humanity’s true nature. This is where humans were before the fall of Atlantis (Enki creation). The other faction, the Sons of Dark (Anu, Enlil, his family, and followers) want humanity to stay down in this material reality. They don’t want us to evolve to be like them. Humans evolving are a threat to their power because with our third eye activated we will know the truth. 3. Adam and Eve never sinned in the Garden of Eden. Lord Enki (symbolized by the serpent) saved humanity again by offering Eve to eat the fruit from the tree of good and evil. This was a blessing and not a curse/sin. If Lord Enki never provided Eve with this knowledge, Humanity will still be at the mercy of hostile gods serving their hostile agenda of domination and control. I call this a lie because the Bible and Books of Enoch make it out as if Adam and Eve sinned but they didn’t. They were saved by their creator and the creator masquerading as god, Jehovah or YHWH or Anu or Enlil who told Eve not eat from tree of good and evil is actually Satan in my opinion with Lord Enki being the true God. Why would Jehovah/YHWY want to keep humanity from not knowing good or evil? Hmmm, not hard to figure out. 4. The fourth lie is that the being masquerading as god, Jehovah or YHWH or Anu or Enlil stated in both the Books of Enoch and the Bible that he flooded the earth based on all humans sinning. Again, once you know the Anunnaki story and their planet, this is a lie as well. The flood was derived from natural causes; specifically their Planet Nibiru on one of its many 3,600 year rotations around our sun caused the ice to slip in Antarctica which intern caused a massive tidal wave. When Nibiru passed between the Sun and Earth on its pass, the Planet being many, many times the size of Earth causes massive weather disruptions on our planet and within our solar system. The first couple of paragraphs in revelations in the bible refer to the chaos that this planet causes in our solar system. To say that the being masquerading as god, Jehovah or YHWH or Anu or Enlil let the flood loose due to sinning is another flat-out lie. Our God Lord Enki and his followers wanted to save us but it was Jehovah or YHWH or Anu or Enlil that wanted to let humanity perish. Again, our creator Lord Enki, instructed his half son Utanpishtim (Noah) to build a boat and we know the story from here. And again, our creator saved us from the faction of hostile gods who should be judged in the end of days for crimes against humanity. 5. Number five is not a lie but the way the Books of Enoch tell the story, I simply refer to it as a massive half-truth/misinformation. First of all, they are all considered the watchers to target just the fallen angels as watchers is misinformation in my opinion. Second, not really considered misinformation but just they (biblical book writers) conveniently never stated as the reason they fell to begin with. The fall was in my opinion symbolic for them leaving their planet to come to earth. They came for gold. Their atmosphere on Nibiru was dying and they figured out by suspending gold particles that they could save the planet. We were created based on the rebellion of another group of beings known as the Igigi. They were a slave race working the gold mines of Africa for the Anunnaki. After years of hard toil, the Igigi had enough and rebelled. This is reason we were created, although it’s beyond this book review that Lord Enki, had a strategic master plan behind our creation which is why he blessed us with their abilities and this plan will come to blossom at another point in future, probably during the return. Nevertheless, we were fashioned to be a slave race of the gods. Did these beings from Nibiru or angles as the Book of Enoch and the bible call them have sex with human women? Of course, who wouldn’t, we have beautiful earth females. But what is a lie is that not ALL of them are demonic as the book of Enoch described. That is kind of a racist/stereotypical comment if you ask me. That’s like saying, all nonwhite humans are criminals and smoke weed. Were Achilles, Hercules, Alexander the great demonic? The very fact that Noah was the off spring of our Creator Lord Enki and his taking of a human female is my case in point. There is nothing demonic about Noah. Yes, this pissed Jehovah/YHWH/Enlil and this is why Enlil didn’t want to save humanity from the flood. It also shows what a hypocrite this being Jehovah or YHWH masquerading as god truly is. Because after the flood when all was started again, Enlil or Jehovah or YHWH ended up marrying a human female and had offspring with her. She was known as Sud. But I won’t mention that this Holly Being masquerading as god had a wife back on Nibiru. In my opinion, the story of the fallen angles in the Books of Enoch are misinformation/half-truths. Who is Anu? Anu is the king of Nibiru. He is probably the one referred to as the heavenly father in the Books of Enoch/Bible. It is my personal opinion since there were many creator gods on earth during those days that both Anu and his son Enlil could be both acting as Jehovah/YHWH/. Both of which despise humanity and everything Lord Enki did for us. Lord Enki is Anu’s other son. He was cast out due to challenging Anu for the direction of humanity not to mention Lord Enki questioned his despotic leadership. A little side note about Anu. He won the thrown on Nibiru according to the story thru a wrestling match. During the match his manhood was bitten off. Before the wrestling match he had a wife and two concubines. So here we have another hypocrite masquerading as holly of hollies. Do as I say but don’t do what I do. He doesn’t want you to commit adultery or enjoy your sexual freedom but he can have two concubines before the match then lose his manhood afterwards. He can’t have sex anymore so humanity’s sexual freedom will be looked on as a sin. What a joke. Kind of funny the ancient mystery schools taught that the sexual orgasm can help raise our kundalini energy which activates our chakras. Makes perfect sense to me. The father and his warring son Enlil who don’t want their other son/brother’s creation to reach higher levels of consciousness via sexual energy so let’s tell them it’s a sin to fornicate. Long story short, I give this book a 1. Every other page made me sick as read this nonsense. If you are on the fence about God or if you are someone who is rapidly awakening to truth then don’t waste your time on this book it will only confuse you and not to mention have you worshipping false gods. If you are a Christian and refuse to look behind society’s indoctrination and lies then by all means I recommend this book to you. As a matter of fact, you will probably love it. http://loveenki.com/

  18. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    I liked book 1 the best and book 3 the least. Book one is believed to be the oldest - dated as 2nd century B.C. Quotes from book one: 82:1-2 " And now, my son Methuselah, all thees things I am recounting to you and writing down for you! And I have revealed to you everything, and given you books concerning all these; so, my son Methuselah, preserve he books from your father's hand, and see that you deliver them to the generations of the world. I have given wisdom to you and to your children, and tho I liked book 1 the best and book 3 the least. Book one is believed to be the oldest - dated as 2nd century B.C. Quotes from book one: 82:1-2 " And now, my son Methuselah, all thees things I am recounting to you and writing down for you! And I have revealed to you everything, and given you books concerning all these; so, my son Methuselah, preserve he books from your father's hand, and see that you deliver them to the generations of the world. I have given wisdom to you and to your children, and those children to come, that they may give it to their children for generations. This wisdom namely that passes their understanding." Record keeping important. Amazing understand of the cycle of the sun and moon etc - measurement of time. Vision of the forth coming flood and a parable of the cycles of the nations rule representing a series of eras. 104:9-13 " Do not be godless in your hearts, and do not lie and do not change the words of righteousness, nor say that the words of the Holy Great One are lies, nor praise or rely on your idols; for all your lying and all your godlessness (leads not to) come not from righteousness but (leads to) from great sin. And now I know this mystery, that sinners will alter and pervert the words of righteousness in many ways, and will speak wicked words, and lie, and practice great deceits, and write books concerning their words. But when they write down all my words truthfully in their languages, and do not change or omit any of my words but write them all down truthfully - all that I first testified concerning them. Then, I know another mystery, that books will be given to the righteous and the wise to produce joy and righteousness and much wisdom. And to them the books shall b e given, and they shall believe them and rejoice over them, and then all the righteous who have learned from them all the paths of righteousness shall be paid back." Changing of sacred writings by men foretold. Book 2 Slavonic Enoch written latter half of 1 century A.D. - many versions of this book. - longer version has editorial expansions and additions - Interesting quotes: 30:16 "And I put sleep into him and he fell asleep. And I took from him a rib, and created him a wife, so that death should come to him by his wife, and I took his last word and called her name mother, that is to say, Eve." - A foretelling of Eve partaking of the fruit first? Nature of satan and it is our sins that curse us not Adam and Even's fall. 31:4-6 "The devil is the evil spirit of the lower places, he made himself a fugitive from the heavens as the devil and his name was Satan. Thus he became different from the angels, but his nature did not change hs intelligence as it applied to his understanding of righteous and sinful things. And he understood his condemnation and the sin that he had committed before. Therefore he devised a thought against Adam, in which he entered and seduced Eve, but did not touch Adam. But I cursed ignorance. However, what I had blessed before I did not curse. I did not curse man, nor the earth, nor other creatures. But I cursed man's evil results, and his works." The importance of written records 33:9-10 "Give them the books of the handwriting, and they will read them and will know that I am the creator of all things, and will understand how there is no other God but me. And let them distribute the books of your handwriting from children to children, generation to generation, nation to nation." Chapter 35 is also a post Noah reference to the importance of his written records and the blessing they will be to future generations Further admonishment about importance of written sacred records. 48:5-6 "So I teach you, my children, and tell you to distribute the books to your children, into all your generations, and among the nations who shall have the sense to fear God. Let them receive them and may they come to love them more than any food or earthly sweets, and read them and apply themselves to them. And those who do not understand the Lord, who do not fear God, who do not accept, but reject, who do not receive the books, a terrible judgement awaits these." Chapter 58 - 66 Enoch teaches his children before he is taken into Heaven. He recounts time from the creation of things spiritual and physical to the millenium and gives council on how to live with love towards one another. 3rd Book of Enoch very mystical - Hebrew - Likely written 300-400. A.D. - Has a lot of numerology. I wonder if this is what inspired the character Metatron in the "Golden Compass" book series . Interesting concept used -44:7 ". . . And how long will you have no pity upon your children who are made slaves among the nations of the world? Your right hand is behind you. Why do you not stretch out the heavens and the earth and the heavens of the highest heavens? When will you have compassion?" Right hand is symbol of power and authority - held behind back means not using the authority available to you. God is inactive since it would mean He would have to judge His apostate people. He awaits his people to return to him in a righteous state. - reason why some bad things happen? Chapter 45 teaches of two Messiahs - separate?. One Messiah is seen as a peacemaker and teacher, who brings mercy. The second - (son of David) is seen s a warrior, destroyer, bringer of justice. One comes in peace and the other is determined to do war to avenge God and Israel. First Messiah - (son of Joseph) will be killed for his attempt to make peace. - this versus Christian view that it will be the same Messiah that will return from heaven as the warrior of God. - Messiah of the house of David will come at this time and right hand be extended - no longer held behind back. 48C:12 Unborn, nursing babies and those who die while studying the Torah are guiltless before God. It is interesting that scholars should be included in this list of innocents. 48D:2 - Moses learned all in the storehouses of wisdom - more than just getting the ten commandments when he was on the mount for 40 days. 48D:9 gives a passage of authority from Moses down thru Joshua and following prophets Rabbi Men of faith .

  19. 5 out of 5

    Marion Biddle

    A fascinating insight to what may have been the start of human Iife on earth. From the creation of heaven and earth, to the coming end of the world. Written words from an ancient source. As translated from works about Enoch. Who was from the seventh generation decending from Adam and Eve. Also the grandfather of Noah. A world of fallen Angels, giants, and monsters.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lord' Williams

    Research. A great read. A different level of spirituality.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Natacha Pavlov

    Well if anything, this book has filled my brain with intense *light* angels with fiery eyes and tongues (because I pass on the fallen ones, obv :) ). Enoch is a fascinating ancient holy figure who was described as 'walking faithfully with God and then was no more, for God took him away' (Gen 5:24). A highly spiritually advanced being, some sources state he was translated into angel Metatron, but I've also heard other entities. (The name Metatron has always felt very off to me, and the fact that Well if anything, this book has filled my brain with intense *light* angels with fiery eyes and tongues (because I pass on the fallen ones, obv :) ). Enoch is a fascinating ancient holy figure who was described as 'walking faithfully with God and then was no more, for God took him away' (Gen 5:24). A highly spiritually advanced being, some sources state he was translated into angel Metatron, but I've also heard other entities. (The name Metatron has always felt very off to me, and the fact that it's not mentioned in the Hebrew Bible makes it easy to doubt / debate that name's origin). Wanting to learn more about Enoch and other angels, I was cued to read these texts that were once popular before the compilation of the present Bible—which, along with many other books, became discredited after the Council of Laodicea c. 364 AD—even if to me it's no mere coincidence that said Bible has come to us in a certain way. Perhaps the texts could provide insight to serious scholars on how ancient texts evolve. An interesting tidbit is that while there are 3 books of Enoch, it's the first Ethiopic text which is considered 'inspired' by some and the most influential to the modern Christian world. Despite the more detailed accounts of the fallen angels and the light angels involved—with Michael and Gabriel being once more core entities in these events, along with others—overall I wasn’t as ‘blown away’ as I thought I’d be. So while it’s interesting to read, given its similarity to Genesis and Exodus, I (perhaps surprisingly) didn’t feel that it omits anything of spiritual importance not already included in some form in the current canon. Some passages are exceedingly repetitive, adding another potential explanation as to the Bible’s present state. Worthwhile for anyone interested in ancient religious texts and/or comparative studies. It’s also revived my interest in wanting to read the Dead Sea Scrolls (I’m looking at you, War Scroll!)

  22. 4 out of 5

    India Lavoyce

    1Enoch ***** 2Enoch **** 3Enoch ***1/2 1 Enoch was the best. It is very informative. It answered a lot of the questions I had after reading the Bible. The Bible just has a few verses about this mysterious Enoch who pleases God SO MUCH that God just took him to Heaven without him dying. According to the Bible Enoch just vanished one day. He was there and then God just took him. That will leave a lot of questions: Why was he just taken? How did he please God so much? What do you mean he just vanishe 1Enoch ***** 2Enoch **** 3Enoch ***1/2 1 Enoch was the best. It is very informative. It answered a lot of the questions I had after reading the Bible. The Bible just has a few verses about this mysterious Enoch who pleases God SO MUCH that God just took him to Heaven without him dying. According to the Bible Enoch just vanished one day. He was there and then God just took him. That will leave a lot of questions: Why was he just taken? How did he please God so much? What do you mean he just vanished?! Those and more questions were answered in 1 Enoch. 2 Enoch pretty much is a shorter narrative of things discussed in 1 Enoch. It has less detail. It’s like reading a Summary of events. I still enjoyed it very much. 3 Enoch was very strange lol. Is Enoch a man or an angel? You can’t be both by the way. Is he Enoch or does he have another name? It’s very peculiar but I still enjoyed it. It gave me more questions lol.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Greg

    I think I will let The Books of Enoch speak for themselves, for example, rivers of fire? Only in hell right? Oh how wrong you are; Chapter 71 (Book 1) 2 And I saw two rivers of fire, and the light of that fire shone like hyacinth, and I fell on my face before the Lord of spirits. 6 My spirit saw circles of fire binding around the house of fire, and on it's four sides were rivers full of living fire, and they encircled that house. Angels? Kinda ruined everything; Chapter 18 (Book 2) 3 And they said to I think I will let The Books of Enoch speak for themselves, for example, rivers of fire? Only in hell right? Oh how wrong you are; Chapter 71 (Book 1) 2 And I saw two rivers of fire, and the light of that fire shone like hyacinth, and I fell on my face before the Lord of spirits. 6 My spirit saw circles of fire binding around the house of fire, and on it's four sides were rivers full of living fire, and they encircled that house. Angels? Kinda ruined everything; Chapter 18 (Book 2) 3 And they said to me; These are the Grigori, who with their prince Satan rejected the Lord of Light. After them are those who are held in great darkness in the second heaven, and three of them went down on to earth from the Lord's throne, to the place Ermon, and broke through their vows on the shoulder of the hill Ermon and saw the daughters of men how good they are, and took to themselves wives, and fouled the earth with their deeds, who broke the law and mixing with the women, giants are born and amazingly large men with great hatred. Very old testament-y and soaking with incredible imagery.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Nelson

    Enoch ! - Interesting. Enoch 2 - tiresome, redundant. Enoch 3 - Grating on my nerves. If this depicts how God really is, then I think He has issues. Perhaps a Love-Hate complex towards humans. Any entity that requires that amount of excess worship from its creations must be starved for something beyond imagining. ... So. I suspect this is some mans interpretation of a God in his view a God should be if he were a god. I'll stick with a Loving Father in a Heaven that has formed a Plan whereby His Enoch ! - Interesting. Enoch 2 - tiresome, redundant. Enoch 3 - Grating on my nerves. If this depicts how God really is, then I think He has issues. Perhaps a Love-Hate complex towards humans. Any entity that requires that amount of excess worship from its creations must be starved for something beyond imagining. ... So. I suspect this is some mans interpretation of a God in his view a God should be if he were a god. I'll stick with a Loving Father in a Heaven that has formed a Plan whereby His Spirit off springs (god embryos) can be born into a world where their spirit can be joined to a body and progress to a point, come to a knowledge of J.C., adhere to the teachings of J.C. and all will be fine in the end.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Christine Jean

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Absolutely Fascinating I've been wanting to read this book for a very long time. It is a part of Biblical history and definitely needs to be read by people who want to survive the upheaval that is currently occurring in our world today. God loves us so much and Enoch gives us all Holy Direction (God's Holy Direction). Praise the Lord for this book! To me, the most fascinating part is the humongous list of Angels. There is also a lesser but complete and thoroughly impressive list of Demons in the Absolutely Fascinating I've been wanting to read this book for a very long time. It is a part of Biblical history and definitely needs to be read by people who want to survive the upheaval that is currently occurring in our world today. God loves us so much and Enoch gives us all Holy Direction (God's Holy Direction). Praise the Lord for this book! To me, the most fascinating part is the humongous list of Angels. There is also a lesser but complete and thoroughly impressive list of Demons in the last chapter. After reading this book, I now know the origins of witchcraft - which I used to be into, but now, I completely understand and agree with why it should definitely be avoided.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    Overall, the book was an easy read and had interesting pieces of commentary on the the ancient Book of Enoch. I found the section on the Enochian calendar particularly fascinating and a topic I will be pursuing in the future. With that said, the book seems to be lacking in needed citations for some of the author's claims that are presented. So while the book may be interesting, I have to take some of the author's statements with a grain of salt since there is no citation to back up certain claim Overall, the book was an easy read and had interesting pieces of commentary on the the ancient Book of Enoch. I found the section on the Enochian calendar particularly fascinating and a topic I will be pursuing in the future. With that said, the book seems to be lacking in needed citations for some of the author's claims that are presented. So while the book may be interesting, I have to take some of the author's statements with a grain of salt since there is no citation to back up certain claims. It makes it quite frustrating when trying to validate information for further study.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Fred Kohn

    This is a badly needed updated translation of the three books of Enoch. I don't have much to whine about, other than I wish there had been more references and commentary. For example, I wish I knew what the author's view was on when 3 Enoch was written. And the author's bending over backwards to show gender correctness went a bit far sometimes, such as the passage that read "our ancestor Human" rather than "our ancestor Adam". This is a badly needed updated translation of the three books of Enoch. I don't have much to whine about, other than I wish there had been more references and commentary. For example, I wish I knew what the author's view was on when 3 Enoch was written. And the author's bending over backwards to show gender correctness went a bit far sometimes, such as the passage that read "our ancestor Human" rather than "our ancestor Adam".

  28. 5 out of 5

    FatherAlanDoyle

    Excellent translations & discussion. The author avoids the rather disparaging "School of Higher Criticism", and treats the content with the respect it deserves. A scholarly Christian treatment of one the most important books in the scriptures, allowing the reader to ponder the critical aspects concerning the integration of Enoch's work into the whole of Holy Writ. A most excellent piece of work, arguably on a par with Jerome or Erasmus contributions. Excellent translations & discussion. The author avoids the rather disparaging "School of Higher Criticism", and treats the content with the respect it deserves. A scholarly Christian treatment of one the most important books in the scriptures, allowing the reader to ponder the critical aspects concerning the integration of Enoch's work into the whole of Holy Writ. A most excellent piece of work, arguably on a par with Jerome or Erasmus contributions.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Robert Rene

    Riveting!! I am very much inclined to believe the contents of this Book. They explain a lot of under explained theological principals that churches are fearful to speak of. It speaks of the Daughters of Men and the Sons of God and their union. Their detail on this subject provides a rich account that enlightens and awakens the senses.

  30. 5 out of 5

    sandra glenn

    I actually love this book I appreciate the content for further research. This book filled in some empty spaces I feel ... needed to connect. I enjoy ancient writings and will continue on my quest for clearer understanding. The material is not meant for everyone it is a journey.

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