A very interesting commentary on the validity of the extra-biblical Book of Enoch, which was referenced in the Book of Jude within the King James Bible, as well as alluded to in Peter’s book, as well as was included within the Ethiopian cannon. The book of Enoch also introduces the term “son of man” which was fairly unknown in the Hebrew writings. It also incredibly explains the plan of salvation for all mankind including the gentiles, through “God’s Elect One”, “The Son of Man”, which, if authentic predates all biblical writings as it came down from Enoch who was the seventh from Adam.
The writing claims to be authored by Enoch himself which would put its creation some few years prior to the flood of Noah. The information I’ve found seems to state that copies were found as early as 300 years BC. In my personal review it appears that it is possible that it was written after the fact, since there is a reference to the “region of Dan”, which would not have been defined until after the exodus? As well as there being the term “gentiles” which would seem to post date the formation of the Israelites as a tribe and chosen people. But otherwise it’s an incredible document in it’s storyline and seems to be very reverent in its treatment of The Allmighty and His Elect One.
There is also a small fragment included in the reading from another ancient book called “The Book of Noah”.
The videos below shed some interesting light on a book that seems to be fairly incredible…enjoy.
Some additional information regarding the amazing claim that there were giants of incredible height produced by the union of Angels and women.
The following was found online with the author unknown to me:
 ~ The description in the R. H. Charles version of The Book of Enoch states that the giants were 3000 ells tall.
“…(3) And they became pregnant, and they bare great giants, whose height was three thousand ells: Who consumed (4) all the acquisitions of men. And when men could no longer sustain them, the giants turned against (5) them and devoured mankind. And they began to sin against birds, and beasts, and reptiles, and (6) fish, and to devour one another’s flesh, and drink the blood…”
The Book of Enoch, Chapter 7: 3-6 ~ R. H. Charles version
An ell is an old English measurement equivalent to 45 inches (Random House Webster’s Dictionary). If this was indeed the measurement that Charles was referring to then that would make the giants just short of two miles high [!] This seems inconceivable since any living thing of this size would create a major earthquake everytime it took a step no matter how gingerly it tried to move. Nevertheless, R. H. Charles was considered by some as an ‘Enochian specialist.’ Hence, this is probably a typo that was never corrected or maybe there were varying measurements referring to an ell (an Ethiopian ell?).
However, Reverend Richard Laurence, a professor of Hebrew at Oxford, produced the very first English translation of the Book of Enoch in 1821 which was translated directly from the three Ethiopic texts by a famous explorer named James Bruce who first uncovered them in 1773.
His version states that the giants were three hundred cubits tall:
11 And the women conceiving brought forth giants, 12 Whose stature was each three hundred cubits. These devoured all which the labor of men produced; until it became impossible to feed them; 13 When they turned themselves against men, in order to devour them; 14 And began to injure birds, beasts, reptiles, and fishes, to eat their flesh one after another, and to drink their blood.
The Book of Enoch, Chapter 7: 11-14 ~ Richard Laurence version
A cubit is an ancient Hebrew measurement equivalent of the distance from the elbow to the tip of the fingers which was later standardized to be about 18 inches (or about 45 centimeters. ‘McKenzie Dictionary of the Bible’ and the ‘New Concise Bible Dictionary’). This would make the giants about 450 feet tall. This is corroborated by The Book of Giants in The Dead Sea Scrolls by Wise, Abegg, and Cook, page 246. Putting this into perspective, however, would make the tallest dinosaurs (Ultrasaurus, Sauroposeidon) registering around 60 feet in height with all four legs on the ground appear the size of a chihuahua to the giants of this size. This is more conceivable albeit still mind-boggling to contemplate.
Aside from the above discrepancy, the R. H. Charles version is conceptually identical to the Laurence version. Personally, I prefer the R. H. Charles version since it is not frequently interpolated with explanatory footnotes (as with the Laurence version) which tend to interrupt the flow of understanding that can be derived from just a straight reading of the Book of Enoch. The Laurence version, however, is not without its merits.
[I will take this opportunity here to note that over the years of research I have become very suspicious of ‘biblical scholarship’ which quite often attempts to reconcile biblical history with a modernist point of view. This kind of biblical understanding amounts to sheer blasphemy since it usually ignores the actual physical act of Divine Creation in six days and subtly assumes modernist trappings such as the big bang theory, theory of evolution, long earth age, and, in general, an exclusively ‘tangible’ scientific perspective. This, in turn, conditions the masses to regard Biblical history and the miraculous events contained therein as legend instead of fact. The Holy Bible is then explained away as an ancient collection of allegory and metaphorical concepts. Under this spell of the modern world, the idea of a Holy Living Spirit of God disappears altogether. This subtle transformation of the mass mind is covered in much greater detail in Psychic Winds: The Rise of Technosupremacy…] ~
Here’s what Wikipedia says about it: