The Book of Enoch Banned from The Bible Reveals Shocking Secrets Of Our True History!
Hidden within our shared history is a mysterious puzzle, a secretive story that has been overlooked by mainstream experts. This puzzle is the story of Enoch, the ancient ancestor whose accounts in The Book of Enoch reveal a hidden past connecting the destinies of humans and extraterrestrial beings. So what if the history we've been taught for so long is but a fraction of the truth? As we dive into this mysterious story, we discover amazing revelations, considering the possibility that the events in The Book of Enoch were not just myths but evidence of our ancestors' encounters with celestial beings. What did Enoch
try to tell us? We'll try to find out together in the new episode of Secret Origins. Welcome! Our perception of human civilization has long been shaped by the narratives of prevailing powers and their legacies. We've come to accept a linear progression of human development from primitive hunter-gatherers to sophisticated societies that build monuments, device calendars, and paint the first written records, ultimately giving rise to the modern world we inhabit today. We
consider ourselves the heirs of this intellectual lineage, proud and confident in our understanding of the past. But what if there's more beneath the surface? What if legends of gods, angels, giants, and cataclysms passed down through the ages were not merely allegorical but contained kernels of truth far more profound than we ever imagined? What if these ancient tales concealed secrets that defined our understanding of the world? As we delve deeper into the annals of history, an alternative account begins to surface, one that challenges the established order and shatters the foundations of our knowledge. This hidden narrative has been suppressed, neglected, or brushed aside for far too long, but now the time has come to unearth the secrets of our enigmatic past. The story begins in 1947 when a Bedouin shepherd named Muhammad Ed-Hibin was searching for a lost goat near Qumran on the northwest shore of the Dead Sea. He accidentally stumbled upon a cave
that contained large clay jars. To his surprise, inside the jars were parchment and papyrus scrolls wrapped in linen. The shepherd and his companions collected the scrolls, unaware of their historical importance, and sold them to an antiquities dealer in Bethlehem. Word of the discovery eventually reached scholars who recognized the scrolls' significance and began efforts to acquire and study them. Excavations led by archaeologists were conducted in the Qumran area, revealing a series
of caves that contained additional scrolls and fragments, ultimately resulting in the discovery of around 900 manuscripts. These ancient scrolls became known as the Dead Sea Scrolls. They contain a collection of texts such as biblical manuscripts, apocryphal works, and documents related to the beliefs and practices of a Jewish sect, likely the Essenes. Remarkably, among these manuscripts was a mysterious non-canonical religious text that had been long forgotten by human civilization. This text, known as The Book of Enoch, offers a fascinating perspective on the relationship between humanity and supernatural realms, including detailed descriptions of angels, demons, and apocalyptic events. The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls and The Book of Enoch has
challenged our understanding of history and offers a glimpse into the spiritual and mystical beliefs of ancient people. It reminds us that there is always more to learn and discover about our past and the role that supernatural beliefs have played in shaping our understanding of the world. So who is Enoch, and why is he important? Enoch is a biblical figure mentioned in the Hebrew Bible, specifically in the Book of Genesis. His story is quite brief in the Bible but becomes more elaborate in later texts, such as the Book of Enoch. Have you ever wondered about your ancestral
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the Book of Parables, the Astronomical Book, the Book of Dream Visions, and the Apostles of Enoch, containing about a hundred chapters in total. These chapters tell the story of Enoch, the seventh patriarch in the Book of Genesis. However, the Book of Enoch offers a different perspective on the events leading up to the Great Flood, a different story than the biblical one.
According to the Bible (Genesis 5:18-24), Enoch was the son of Jared and the father of Methuselah, making him the great-grandfather of Noah. He lived in the antediluvian period before the Great Flood. The Bible states that Enoch "walked with God," which suggests a close relationship between Enoch and God. Unlike other biblical figures who lived exceptionally long lives, Enoch is said to have lived for only 365 years. The Bible then says, "Enoch walked with God; then he was no more, because God took him away." The Book of Enoch, as an apocryphal text, expands on the biblical account and provides more details about Enoch's life and experiences. In this text, Enoch
is portrayed as a righteous man who receives divine revelations and is granted access to heavenly realms. He is shown the mysteries of creation, the workings of the celestial bodies, and the ultimate fate of humanity. Enoch also learns about the Watchers, the Fallen Angels who disobeyed God and caused corruption on Earth. Enoch serves as an intermediary
between the fallen angels and God, delivering messages of judgment and conveying the Angels' plea for forgiveness. However, their pleas are denied, and they are condemned to punishment. In the course of his heavenly journeys, Enoch encounters various celestial beings, including the archangels Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, and Uriel, who provide him with additional knowledge and guidance. The Book of Enoch describes several journeys that Enoch undertook, guided by the Watchers. These journeys took him to otherworldly realms that defined the knowledge and understanding of the time. Were these journeys merely symbolic, or is it possible that Enoch truly visited other planets or dimensions with the help of advanced alien technology? In later Jewish mystical texts, Enoch is ultimately transformed into the angel Metatron. In these accounts, Enoch is taken up to heaven where
he undergoes a metamorphosis and becomes a powerful angelic being, serving as a celestial scribe and an intermediary between God and humanity. The Book of Enoch, originally written in the ancient Semitic language of Ge'ez, is not a whole piece. But similarly to the Bible, it is a composite work made up of distinct sections that were likely composed at different times and by different authors. Each section has its own themes and messages, such as Divine judgment, the relationship between humans and supernatural beings, and the importance of maintaining Cosmic and moral order. However, they are also interconnected in various ways. According to one of the earliest legends related to Enoch, he established the knowledge of astronomy and cosmography and was responsible for creating the solar calendar. This knowledge is given in the astronomical book, also called the book of The
Heavenly Luminaries, which contains detailed descriptions of the movements of celestial bodies and their relation to the calendar. It reflects a blend of ancient cosmology, astronomy, and religious speculation. The astronomical book emphasizes the order and harmony of the universe as a manifestation of divine wisdom and offers guidance on the proper observance of sacred times.
In the whole Book of Enoch, angels play a significant role and are depicted in a more detailed and elaborate manner than in many other religious texts. There are two types of angels described by Enoch: the archangels and the Watchers. The archangels are depicted as God's loyal servants who execute Divine judgment and maintain Cosmic order. Some of the key archangels mentioned in the Book of Enoch are Michael, Gabriel, Rafael, and Uriel. They perform various tasks, such as overseeing the natural elements,
interceding on behalf of humanity, and guiding and protecting Enoch during his celestial journeys. The roles of these archangels in The Book of Enoch are more elaborated than in the Hebrew Bible but share some similarities with other apocryphal texts and later Jewish and Christian traditions. The book of the Watchers tells the story of the other type of angels, the Fallen Angels or Watchers, who rebel against God by descending to Earth, taking human wives, and teaching humans forbidden knowledge. The Watchers or fallen angels are a group of angels who led by Azazel
and Shemihaza rebelled against God by descending to Earth. The offspring of the Watchers and human women are the Nephilim, a race of giants who cause corruption and destruction on Earth. This further provokes the wrath of Yahweh, and according to the Bible, the consequence of this mingling between the fallen and mortals leads to the creation of half-angelic, half-human offspring.
The story of the Watchers in The Book of Enoch is an expansion of the brief account in Genesis 6:1-4, and it offers a more complex and morally ambiguous picture of the Fallen Angels than is typically found in other religious texts. The Nephilim are described as giants and savages who threatened and plundered mankind for their unrighteous deeds. The Watchers were punished and were sent to the underground prison, and Enoch became the mediator between the Gods and the imprisoned Watchers. Enoch's journeys between heaven and earth, in his role as a mediator, are also discussed in the book, describing how he flew with the angels and sold the rivers, mountains, and very ends of the Earth from above. Despite Enoch's intervention,
the gods decided that the planet and its inhabitants must be punished due to their wrongdoing. The punishment was a great flood that destroyed the Nephilim and left the Watchers in their prison. Before the flood, however, Enoch was taken to heaven in a chariot of fire. The Nephilim mentioned in the Book of Enoch are not the only place in the biblical canon in which they appear. In 1332-33, the Israelites visited a land inhabited by Nephilim who were so large that they made the Israelites look like locusts. Of course, many things in the Bible are seen in
modern times as allegorical, and this is more of a philosophical myth than a historical record. The Book of Enoch provides a unique perspective on the relationship between the Watchers and humans, offering an alternative narrative on the events leading up to the great flood. However, there is archaeological evidence for a particular great flood in Earth's history, which is mentioned in countless religious and cultural traditions worldwide. So, did creatures like the Nephilim really exist? Many people say it is just fiction and there is no evidence, but what if there is? Stories about giants have found their place in human history. If giants existed, as records from countless cultures suggest, then the Book of Enoch begins to look less and less metaphorical and allegorical, less like a fantasy myth, and more like a manuscript based on actual history. Records of such events can be found in the mythologies
of ancient peoples worldwide, particularly among the Babylonians of the Middle East. The ancient Near East, known as the cradle of civilization, was home to the Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians, and Assyrians, who developed the first written language, studied astronomy, and created libraries. In the mythologies of these cultures, the gods came down to Earth and taught them their arts and knowledge. The Book of Enoch and Sumerian mythology both described a process in which advanced beings shared their knowledge and technology with humans, leading to their rapid development. It is quite intriguing to think about the precision with which ancient civilizations, such as the Sumerians, Egyptians, and the Mayans, were able to align their monuments with celestial bodies. How did they gain such
accurate astronomical knowledge? Could it be that the knowledge shared by the Watchers was actually the result of contact with a highly advanced alien civilization? According to Sumerian texts, a group of supernatural beings visited Earth in the distant past. The Sumerians referred to them as the Anunnaki, which means "those who came from the sky." The Anunnaki were perceived as gods by the Sumerians and modern thinkers such as Zecharia Sitchin and Eric Von Denigan believed that they were an ancient race of extraterrestrial beings who came to Earth. The Anunnaki, according to Sumerian mythology, were a group of deities who descended from the sky to shape human civilization. They were said to have taught humans various arts, sciences, and technologies, much like the Watchers in The Book of Enoch. This parallel between the two accounts raises the question: could the Watchers and the
Anunnaki be one and the same? The Sumerian civilization, which emerged in the region of Mesopotamia around 4500 BC, is considered one of the world's first advanced civilizations. Their sophisticated knowledge of astronomy, mathematics, architecture, coupled with the striking similarity between the Anunnaki and the Watchers, suggests that there might have been a connection between these ancient texts and the possibility of extraterrestrial intervention in human history. First and foremost, both the Watchers and the Anunnaki are described as coming from the heavens or the stars, suggesting an otherworldly origin. This connection implies that these beings were not merely divine and in the mythological sense, but may have been visitors from another planet or even another universe. Their arrival on Earth, according to the legends, marked the beginning of a new era in human development as they shared their advanced knowledge and technology with the primitive inhabitants. Another intriguing point of comparison is the physical appearance of the Anunnaki and the Watchers. Both are often described as humanoid beings of immense stature with features that set
them apart from humans. The Anunnaki were said to have shining, radiant faces, while the Watchers are frequently depicted as luminous beings. They both have wings and come from the sky. Moreover, both the Watchers and the Anunnaki are depicted as intermingling with humans, sometimes producing offspring that possessed extraordinary abilities. The mind link of the celestial and the terrestrial has been interpreted by some as evidence of genetic manipulation, suggesting that these beings may have played a role in shaping the human species as we know it today. The agrarian revolution that began around 10,000 BC, saw humans moving from a lifestyle of hunting and survival to farming and settlement. By 9500 BC, in what is now Kurdistan, people were growing poorly wheat, rye, oats, peas, and lentils, and domesticating goats and sheep. The Kurdish people claimed to be
descendants of the children of the Jinn or the children of the spirits, which some speculate is an ancient reference to the interbreeding between the animal monarchy and human women. The similarities between the Watchers and the Anunnaki are further bolstered by the fact that ancient Sumerian texts, such as the Epic of Gilgamesh and the biblical accounts, share common themes and stories. The fluid narrative, for instance, is present in both Sumerian and biblical accounts, indicating a shared cultural and historical context. This overlap suggests that the Watchers and the Anunnaki may have been different names for the same group of extraterrestrial beings whose influence on Earthly human civilizations has been documented in various ancient texts.
Despite the differences in storytelling, the underlying message is the same: there were beings beyond our understanding who intervened with human affairs. The stories of Enoch and the Anunnaki remind us that the codes of reality are not always what they seem, and that there may be more to the universe than we can perceive with our limited human senses. The story of Noah and the flood in the Old Testament is said to have originated in Babylonian and Sumerian myths. Is it possible that the Book of Enoch and other related traditions are simply retelling the older Sumerian story of the Anunnaki and the flood, or that the same story has been reshaped over time to the present day? According to the Book of Enoch, Yahweh intervened with the Watchers. Interactions with humans led to lawlessness, chaos, corruption, and sexual immorality. The Sumerians believe that the Anunnaki helped humans develop civilization, lending them their knowledge and technology. Some believe this may explain the creation
of unexplainable ancient monuments such as the Pyramids of Giza and theltiwakan. The Book of Enoch describes the Watchers teaching humans metallurgy and mining, science and medicine, reading and writing, and how to read the stars. This is believed to explain why gold was such a significant part of Egyptian culture. It is
intriguing to consider that the Book of Enoch may reflect and retell the history of the Anunnaki, with the Egyptian pyramids being the most common example of something given by the gods, or the help that the Watchers or Anunnaki gave to the ancient people. Alma Crazy, a medieval Arab historian, claimed that the pyramids were built by a king named Saurir before the great flood. Interestingly, Sal reading Hebrew is Enoch. In The Book of Enoch, Enoch speaks about the mysteries of lightning and thunder, which some suggest were intended to reveal the mysteries of energy and electricity. Nikola Tesla once said, "If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration," which may relate to the Anunnaki who are believed to be trying to share secrets with humans through crop circles that contain complex mathematical equations, magnetic circuits, and motors and other similar elements. Enoch was known by several different names among different cultures. He was called Saurid, Hermes,
Idris, and Enoch. The Arabs referred to him as Idris, which means sage or forefather, while Jewish and Christian theology consider him one of the patriarchs before the flood and the 7th of the ten forefathers. Enoch was also the father of Methuselah, who lived to be 969 years old. According to biblical accounts in the ancient book Legends of the Jews of antiquity, Enoch is described as a king over man who ruled for 243 years. He was known for his incredible wisdom,
and the entire world would come to him for advice. Interestingly, according to the ancient Egyptians, Enoch was also the builder of the Great Pyramid who is known to us as Thoth, the Egyptian god of wisdom. The Old Testament book of Genesis mentions Enoch briefly with only five sentences dedicated to him. The text reads, "And Enoch walked after God and disappeared because God took him." It is said that Enoch suddenly disappeared, and in Hebrew, his name means initiated, enlightened, and nowhere. Enoch, as an initiate, ensured that his knowledge would not disappear without a trace.
According to these traditions, Enoch, due to his righteous and close relationship with God, was chosen to be transformed into the angel Metatron. The process involved Enoch's physical body being taken up to heaven, where he underwent a metamorphosis. His body was transformed into a celestial fury form, and he was granted immense knowledge, wisdom, and power.
Enoch's new role included a variety of tasks and responsibilities. As a celestial scribe, he was responsible for recording the deeds of humanity. He also served as an intermediary between gods and humans, particularly in matters of divine knowledge and wisdom. In some texts,
Metatron is portrayed as the highest of all angels, secondly only to God in authority and power. In this position, he is sometimes referred to as the lesser manifestation of God. So, in a way, the story of Enoch's transformation into Archangel Metatron highlights the potential for human beings to attain a level of spiritual perfection and transcendence that allows them to become part of the divine realm. It is interesting to note that for centuries, the Book of Enoch has been an important part of Christian and Jewish religious traditions, with many religious sects accepting the book as scripture. Additionally, some even suggest that the Book of Enoch was the inspiration for the Book of Genesis due to their many parallels and overlapping stories. Therefore, the question arises: why is the Book of Enoch not part of the Bible? The answer may be found in the differences between the religious traditions that led to the formation of the Canon, as well as the political and cultural context of the time. Regardless, the Book of Enoch remains a fascinating and thought-provoking text that challenges our understanding of human history and the role that supernatural beliefs have played in shaping our worldview.
It may seem unbelievable that stories of the Watchers, Anunnaki, and the Nephilim giants have been forgotten, the Sumerians ignored, and the Book of Enoch, along with the Gospel of Mary and Thomas, censored from the biblical Canon. However, these stories fundamentally alter our understanding of human history by presenting a new or forgotten old perspective on who we are. Perhaps these stories have not been entirely erased, but allegorically retold throughout the story of Adam and Eve in the Bible, the Book of Enoch, and other ancient writings.
By reading the story of Adam and Eve allegorically, it is easy to see the parallels between the story, the Book of Enoch, and other ancient writings. The authors of the story of Adam and Eve may have been retelling the stories in the Book of Enoch and the Sumerian story of the Anunnaki in their own way, inserting this important part of history allegorically into their own religious Canon. Was Enoch's story merely a myth, or does it contain evidence of an ancient connection between humanity and advanced outwardly beings? As we continue to explore the mysteries of our past, it is essential to keep an open mind and consider alternative explanations for the enigmas we encounter. These ancient records continue to exist through time, reminding us of our history in different forms. So, we may one day remember our
cosmic human lifeline. We bow before you and thank you for watching another episode of Secret Origins. Keep your minds open, and until we meet again.