Enoch and Genesis
(St. Louis, MO)
Like some others, I have been drawn to the book of Genesis and the book of Enoch. The Bible as we know it has so many questions and no answers, but yet the book of Enoch fills in so many voids.
I for one believe the book of Enoch. It especially has many answers to our beginnings. These fallen angels were cast from heaven to create what I believe to be the lost city of Atlantis. I believe these angels and their hosts were cast from heaven and given the task of managing this earth and all its environments.
There seems to be two class of fallen angels. There were the Watchers; and then there was the Nephilim.
The Watchers maintained their instructions and did not deviate; but the Nephilim took their knowledge and they corrupted mankind. Subsequently they were removed and cast into the inner earth, never to disrupt again.
There was one who was so named Anakim. He apparently really violated his first order, and was sent to an abyss capped by a mountain( as I recall).
This mountain, I believe, is the great Pyramid of Giza, and the sphinx is the cheribum placed upon this entrance to a parallel dimension that binds Anakim.
This structure predates Egypt by at least 1500 years, and was rumored to have been built by Melchezidek. The perversion of mankind by these fallen angels may have been a DNA manipulation, and the result was the beasts that are describe throughout the world in every culture and religion from the old world.
I also have asked the question as to why Jerusalem, itself, has been one of the most fought over areas in the world. I have come to believe that the Temple Mount is the entrance to the Garden of Eden, hell, heaven and to the other dimensions called parallel universes.
Although I have written these suggestions, I can not prove one word of it. It is just a lifetime of research and conclusions, but for me this is the only thing that makes true sense out of all that I have read thus far.
I by no means have all the answers, but like the rest of humanity, I continually search for answers, if for no other reason, because I do fear God and accept Christ. The more I learn and read the closer I feel to God Himself. Sometimes this is a blessing and sometimes a curse. Nevertheless, I read on.