"THE LOST BOOKS" of The Bible - The Watchers, The Nephilim and The Giants of Old — Steemit

"THE LOST BOOKS" of The Bible - The Watchers, The Nephilim and The Giants of Old

in enoch •  last year

I began my religious studies before joining The Ecumenical Order of Christ not with the Bible, but instead with a sacred text that many of you may or may not be familiar with. A text that could very well be just as important as a supplemental to the holy scriptures... The Books of Enoch.


While reading these stories you come to learn of a man named Enoch, the great-grandfather of Noah. You learn of his witness to the different layers of heavens, the foretold wheels within wheels also mentioned in Ezekiel, the Fallen Angels, Giants, and so much more. How could something so important be overlooked for it's inclusion in the Biblical Cannon?


Modern day historians will state the various reasons and their theories, but they often seem to ignore the elephant in the room. We must remember who chose what was kept and what was concealed & destroyed when the Bible was first "organized". You can thank Emperor Constantine and the Council of Nicaea for that one. Clearly the Books of Enoch had valuable knowledge treasure inside that they didn't want the world to know about.

Anyway, the point is that it's available to the masses now and if you haven't read it yet than I HIGHLY encourage it.

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Clearly hiding something and even other text that is worthy of making the biblical cannon was concealed. I say the gospel of Thomas primarily because he mentions the kingdom of God is within us implying to the public that one would not need the church to find God. Why would the church ever want that?

It is a great read that corroborates points in the Bible and explains them in further detail. It's a shame it never was included in the canon. It is also a shame that there were redactions that also occurred to the Bible through that era of time.

Great Clarity, knowledge and reality here!

I love reading about the Watchers and the Nephilim.
I started reading the book the Book of Enoch a few months ago, but only got half way through, I will have to make time to get back to it.

I very much enjoyed reading it. Hidden knowledge, still have to read a lot more, exciting

Excellent research!

I began my journey with the bible.. but my studies didn't make sense untill I starte watching "ancient aliens" and studying stitchin's research

Love the book of Enoch! Such great insight

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If people really really read all of these full texts they would be much more prepared in their understanding