The Book of Enoch
Composit pseudepigraphic work, sometimes called
1st Enoch (unlike the 2nd -- Slavonic -- Enoch),
completely preserved only in Ethiopic (Ge'ez).
There are also two extensive fragments of the texts
in Greek found in Akhmim in 1886. In addition
several hundreds of Aramaic fragments were
discovered in Cave IV in Qumran in 1952.
This so called Book of Enoch is divisible into five
originally separate portions:
Book I (so called The Book of Watchers) Chapters 1 - 36
Introduction; contemplation of the nature;
descent of two hundreds angels to Earth --
they took human women for their wives,
begot children (giants), led mankind
astray but finally were destroyed by God;
Enoch's journeys in Heavens, Earth and
This may be the most ancient part of
the collection. Dated back to the 3rd
Book II (The Book of Parables) Chapters 37 - 71
Description of the days of the Last Judgement;
journey to Heaven; meeting with the Chosen One;
uncovering of all heavenly mysteries.
Dating of the book varies from the 1st half of the
first century B.C. to the end of the first century A.D.
Book III (The Astronomical Book) Chapters 72 - 82
Description of revolution of heavenly bodies that
showed Uriel the angel to Enoch.
Qumran fragments of this text are dated to the end
of the 3rd of the beginning of the 2nd century B.C.
Existence of older Hebrew text is possible but unsure.
Book IV (The Book of Dreams) Chapters 83 - 90
Vision of destruction of Earth; vision of world
history from Adam to the first days of heavenly
Kingdom -- cattle, sheep and other animals
represent main characters and their features.
Aramaic fragments from Qumran corresponding
to this texts are dated to the third quarter of the
2nd century B.C.
Book V (The Epistle of Enoch) Chapters 91 - 108
Testament of Enoch; chapter 93:1 - 14 and
91:12 - 17 respectively -- so called
Apocalypse of the Ten Weeks describing
world history from the beginning the Last
Judgement and creation of new heavens.
Dated to the half of the 1st century BC.
It is not clear when exactly and from which sources
the Ethiopic translation was created. Most probably
both Aramaic and Greek versions were used;
influence (or even existence) of some Hebrew
vorlage was discussed but is still unclear.
* Meanwhile, in another realm of the old apocalyptic's
desert fried cranium:
"And I went in until I drew nigh to a wall which
is built of crystals and surrounded by tongues of fire,
and it began to affright me. And I went into the tongues
of fire and drew nigh to a large house which was built
The walls of the house were like a tesselated floor of
crystals, and its groundwork was of crystal.
Its ceiling was like the path of the stars and the
lightenings, and between them were fiery Cherubim
amidst a background of water. A blazing fire surrounded
the walls, and its portals were covered with fire.
And I entered into that house, and it was as hot as
fire yet as cold as ice. [Note: Light Emitting Diodes,
LEDs?] There were no delights of life therein. Fear
covered me, and trembling gat hold of me. And I
quaked and trembled and fell down upon my face.
[Enoch's further adventures continue, following
his visit to the Dark Palace of Fiber Optics]:
...From thence I went to another place to the west of
the Earth. And I saw a burning fire which ran without
resting, and paused not from its course day or night
but blazed without respite. And I asked, saying, "What
is this flame which burns unceasingly?"Then Raguel,
one of the holy Angels who was with me, said, "This
is the Dark Fire in the West which persecutes all the
luminaries of Heaven."
Later that same day, while wandering around some foothills,
a lost timeship stops to ask directions back to the early
21st century. Enoch, dumbfounded, wets himself, but at least
manages to point a shaky finger in the correct, general vicinity.
Quicker than a blink, the local universe shrinks to a dot,
disappears and expands elsewhen. Uncomfortably humid, Enoch
thinks up a cool new book idea.
See also: The_Incantata_Vol-123.pdf (4.6MB) by Arthur Macey*
See also: FORWARD INTO THE FUTURE! by Gary G. Ford
See also: Brother Blue's Enoch
See also: Acharya S' : "Anunnaki"
See also: Google's : Serpent Cult of The Dragon Queen
See also: Daniela Berghof's :: Serpent Cult of The Dragon Queen
: Isis Solaris
: Vishnu on Bones
See also: Gnostic Review: The Serpent Grail
See also: Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative
See also: Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (ETCSL)
See also: STAR GATE 2007-2009
See also: "...what 'Ezekiel' saw..."
Or: N e u r o L i n k a g e
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