Enigma Journal

The Books of Enoch

The study of Enoch’s words awakened the desire to explore spiritual dimensions in a deeper way.
Enoch once said: “I write not for my own, but for the extreme future generations, for you human beings who will come”. Enoch, the seventh of Adam’s descendants describes his journey through the seven heavens, where he receives revelations like when he is described the creation of the world and the secrets of the future.
Enoch’s journey culminates with the encounter with God after a life that lasted 365 years. From the mists of time he has shown humanity a luminous path to follow. Enoch goes back to the causes of evil and great are his sufferings for human wickedness and his exhortations to cultivate good and wisdom. All his writings, which are reported alongside the interpretation of “Enigma Journal ”, were found and collected in the time before the birth of Christ. Not recognized by the Church and ignored in the Old Testament collection, they are now published for everyone to read. Besides giving us a clear overview of the extraordinary civilization that flourished on Earth in those times, they offer clear explanations of the beginning of sin, the angels’ fall, the intervention of the archangels on the future of humanity, the apocalypse and the arrival of the Messiah and the “kingdom of God on Earth”.
Why do angels and archangels interact with high-minded human beings?
The Ancient Book of Enoch tells the history of the angels who fell in the days of Jared, Enoch’s father, who married human women and conducted genetic experiments. This commentary includes a previously unknown chapter from the Dead Sea Scrolls that explains how they did their genetic tampering.
Enoch’s Books are among the most relevant apocryphal texts in religious history. They are presented here for the first time in a restored and uncensored complete edition, translated from their original versions in Hebrew and Greek.
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