July 9th, 2013

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With the incredibly fast pace of modern life, most of us don't take a lot of time to think about angels. But it was not always so. Back in the fourth century, for instance, when the warring Visigoths stormed the Roman Empire, when civil disorder and social corruption reached an all-time high, when a regulated economy triggered double-digit inflation — people were thinking about angels.

And it was more than quaint musings about how many angels could fit on the head of a pin. No, they were asking questions that had serious and far-reaching ramifications.

The hottest debate revolved around a single crucial issue: Were angels ever transformed into flesh-and-blood beings in order to perform earthly deeds? Though most of the debate seems to have escaped history's chronicling pen, we can, and should, reconstruct a few of its questions — for reasons that will soon become clear.

If angels ever did become fleshly beings that looked like ordinary men, what would they be like? How would you pick one out from among your neighbors? Would he be extra good, a sweet cherub of a person? Or extra evil, one of those fiendish fallen angels?

Regarding the latter, what began as a casual curiosity of the cloth has taken on the cloak of a Sherlock Holmes detective story, a probe into ancient cosmological history through fragmentary documents that piece together the missing links of much more than a mere theological dissertation on the nature and origin of evil.

I believe that my investigations, though by no means complete, uncover in the Book of Enoch, the texts of Origen, and related Scripture and apocrypha (not excluding mythological texts and ancient artifacts) the key to certain historical facts concerning the evolution of men and angels on this and other systems of worlds. I believe that these facts have been concealed from the children of the Light for thousands of years by deliberate design and that, once exposed and acted upon by dedicated hearts, they will be the essential ingredient in the turning of worlds toward a new age of peace and enlightenment.

Although the scope of this introduction does not permit the full presentation of the facts at hand, it does afford me the opportunity to begin to unravel the forbidden mysteries of Enoch concerning the true nature of the fallen angels known as the Watchers. Enoch passed on these mysteries to his sons and their households to preserve for a far-distant generation.

Based on convincing evidence from a number of sources, our thesis confirms the Book of Enoch — that there are indeed fallen angels, that they have embodied on earth and corrupted the souls of her people, and that they will be judged by the Elect One in the day of the coming of his elect servants. Our thesis must also by force of logic put forth the corollary that these fallen ones (together with the progeny of the Nephilim who were cast out of heaven by Michael the Archangel) have continued to embody on earth without interruption for at least half a million years.

Therefore, I am prepared to prove and document that they are with us today in positions of power in church and state as prime movers in matters of war and finance, sitting in the banking houses and on policy-making councils that determine the actual fate of mankind by population control and genetic engineering, the control of energy and commodities, education and the media, and by ideological and psychopolitical strategies of divide and conquer on all fronts.

The untold story of men and angels is a crack in the door of the full and final expose of the Manipulators and the manipulated, the Oppressors and the oppressed. When I shall have penned the last word of the last volume of my ongoing essay, it will be clear, by the grace of God and his Holy Spirit — my Comforter and Teacher — that the embodied fallen angels, who are the main subject of Enoch's prophecy, have been from the beginning the spoilers of the dreams of God and man.

At every hand, they are turning the best efforts of the noblest hearts to a mockery of the Word incarnate and setting in motion the relentless spirals of degeneration and death in both Western and Eastern civilization. All of their ungodly deeds can and shall be reversed by the judgments of the Son of God — true and righteous — and by his Light within his own.

To this end and for the quickening of those who elect to be instruments of God's will, I am including my investigation into the history of fallen angels as an introduction to this paperback edition of the Book of Enoch and the Book of the Secrets of Enoch. I believe that these accounts of Enoch's experiences with our beloved Father are crucial to the understanding of an ancient conspiracy that is still with the mankind of earth and will be with us until children of the Light receive the true knowledge concerning the seed of the Wicked One and the seed of the Son of God.

In this and other works, I have and shall continue to make plain, for those who have ears to hear, the modus operandi of the fallen ones and the way of the anointed of the Lord. By their fruits shall all know them — those who are from 'above' and those who are from 'beneath'. And then by free will shall all choose whom they will serve: the Light or the darkness — and be judged according to their works.

The question that has become the subject of my research is this: If evil angels used to be around on earth and, as Scripture seems to indicate, wore the guise of common men, why couldn't they still be around? Given the state of affairs on planet earth, where would we find them today? Do they manipulate our government? Mismanage the economy?

Who are they anyway?

Fourth-century men had some of the answers, preserved in little-known, hard-to-procure books, some of which have never been translated into English. A little digging into the archives of Christianity's early Church Fathers turns up the intriguing fact that they indeed knew something about the incarnation of angels — knowledge so dangerous it was banned as heresy.

Back in the first few centuries after Christ, the Church Fathers were philosophizing on the origin of evil in God's universe — especially on earth. All agreed that evil was rooted in the angels who fell from heaven — the familiar scriptural account about an archangel's rebellion against the Almighty and the angels who were cast out with him. (Isa. 14:12-15; Rev. 12:9)

Usually these angels were depicted as immaterial, winged creatures, dark and shadowy demons tempting man to err, whispering wicked thoughts into his ear. But certain key passages in the holy books indicated that there might be more substance — literally and physically — to the fallen angels.

The materiality of angels seems to have been an age-old belief. There was the angel with whom Jacob wrestled — physical enough to cripple him at least temporarily, if not for life. So tangible was this angel that the author of the Book of Genesis calls him a man, although elsewhere Scripture reveals that he was an angel. (Gen. 32:24-26; Hos. 12:4) The 'angel' said to Jacob, "Let me go, for the day breaketh." How could Jacob have had hold upon an incorporeal angel?

The angels who came to visit Sodom had to be bolted indoors in Lot's house in order to protect them from an intended sexual assault by local townspeople — Sodomites who wanted to get to 'know' the angels. (Gen. 19:1-11) And Manoah offered to cook dinner for his guest — presumed to be an ordinary man until he ascended to heaven in the fire Manoah had lit. Only then did Manoah know that the "man of God" was "an angel of the Lord." (Judg. 13:3-21)

The bad angels, the fallen ones, were no less physical, according to certain religious scriptures of the world.

Zarathustra, the great Persian prophet, reportedly dashed the angels' bodies to pieces because they had used them to wreak evil. The angels (according to the story) had instigated illicit love affairs with earthly women — hard to accomplish without physical bodies, especially since the tale attributed offspring to them. [1] The story of corporeal angels, despite its questionability, at least made sense of scripture and legend.

The Story of the Watchers: The Great Loss and the Great Find

And then there was the Book of Enoch. Once cherished by Jews and Christians alike, this book later fell into disfavor with powerful theologians — precisely because of its controversial statements on the nature and deeds of the fallen angels.

Its theme so infuriated the later Church Fathers that one, Filastrius, actually condemned it as heresy. [2] Nor did the rabbis deign to give credence to the book's teaching about angels. Rabbi Simeon ben Jochai in the second century A.D. pronounced a curse upon those who believed it. [3]

So the book was denounced, banned, cursed, no doubt burned and shredded — and last but not least, lost (and conveniently forgotten) for a thousand years. But with an uncanny persistence, the Book of Enoch found its way back into circulation two centuries ago.

In 1773, rumors of a surviving copy of the book drew Scottish explorer James Bruce to distant Ethiopia. True to hearsay, the Book of Enoch had been preserved by the Ethiopic church, which put it right alongside the other books of the Bible.

Bruce secured not one, but three Ethiopic copies of the precious book and brought them back to Europe and Britain. When in 1821 Dr. Richard Laurence, a Hebrew professor at Oxford, produced the first English translation of the work, the modern world gained its first glimpse of the forbidden mysteries of Enoch. [4]

The Book of Enoch speaks from that obscure realm where history and mythology overlap. Privy to those unfathomable founts of ancient lore, its author draws for the reader a brimming cup of secret wisdom.

A primordial drama of good and evil, light and dark, unfolds. The book tracks Enoch's footsteps back to antiquity's timelessness — back to the first hint of corruption upon a pristine world: earth.

The trouble began, according to the Book of Enoch, when the heavenly angels and their leader named Samyaza developed an insatiable lust for the 'daughters of men' upon earth and an irrepressible desire to beget children by these women. Samyaza feared to descend alone to the daughters of men, and so he convinced two hundred angels called Watchers to accompany him on his mission of pleasure.

Then the angels took oaths and bound themselves to the undertaking by "mutual execrations" — curses. Once such a pact was sealed, betrayal was punishable by unnamed horrors.

In their gang-inspired bravado, the angels descended and took wives from among the daughters of men. They taught the women sorcery, incantations, and divination — twisted versions of the secrets of heaven.

The plot thickens like a science-fiction thriller — easier to take as fantasy than as fact. The women conceive children from these angels — evil giants. The giants devour all the food that the men of earth can produce. Nothing satiates their hunger. They kill and eat birds, beasts, reptiles, and fish. To their gargantuan appetites, nothing is sacrosanct. Soon even Homo sapiens becomes a delicacy. (7:1-15)

As the story goes, one spiteful angel named Azazyel creates accouterments for their consorts — like eye makeup and fancy bracelets — to enhance their sex appeal. As for the men, Azazyel teaches them "every species of iniquity," including the means for making swords, knives, shields, breastplates — all the instruments of war. (8:1-9)

There, millennia ago, someone explained war not as a man-invented or God-sent plague, but as a vengeful act of a fallen angel barred from the planes of God's power. The implication is that man, through one form of manipulation or another, latched on to the war games of the fallen angels and allowed himself to commit genocide in defense of their archrivalries.

But there is more to Enoch's account of the Watchers. When the men of earth cry out against the atrocities heaped upon them, heaven hears their plea. The mighty archangels — Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Suryal, and Uriel — appeal on behalf of earth's people before the Most High, the King of kings. (9:1-14)

The Lord orders Raphael to bind Azazyel hand and foot. Gabriel is sent to destroy the "children of fornication," the offspring of the Watchers — by inciting them to their own self-destruction in mutual slaughter. Michael is then authorized to bind Samyaza and his wicked offspring "for seventy generations underneath the earth, even to the day of judgment." (10:15) [5] And God sends the Great Flood to wipe out the evil giants, the children of the Watchers.

But in succeeding generations (after the sinking of the continent of Atlantis) the giants return once again to haunt mankind. Likewise it seems that the Watchers will hold power over man (in some curiously undefined way) until the final judgment of these angels comes, which, the author implies, is long overdue.

There is also a most significant passage near the end of the book that speaks of the latter days upon earth:

In those days will the angels return and hurl themselves upon the East,... to stir up the kings and provoke in them a spirit of unrest....

And they will march up to and tread under foot the land of His elect ones.... They will begin to fight amongst themselves ... till the number of corpses through their slaughter is beyond count, and their punishment be no idle one. [6]

This seems a chilling prophecy of our own time — with wars and rumors of wars in "the East" and the countless corpses in a holy land. There is no date stamped on the prediction, but a few word changes in the right places would make it duplicate today's headlines.

The main theme of the Book of Enoch is the final judgment of these fallen angels, the Watchers, and their progeny, the evil spirits. (15:8) But several other scenarios are also noteworthy.

In chapter 12 of the book, the Lord says to Enoch, scribe of righteousness,

Go tell the Watchers of heaven, who have deserted the lofty sky, and their holy everlasting station, who have been polluted with women, [7] And have done as the sons of men do, by taking to themselves wives, and who have been greatly corrupted on the earth; That on the earth they shall never obtain peace and remission of sin. For they shall not rejoice in their offspring; they shall behold the slaughter of their beloved; shall lament for the destruction of their sons; and shall petition for ever; but shall not obtain mercy and peace. (12:5-7)

In chapter 13 Enoch declares the Lord's judgment to Azazyel:

Thou shalt not obtain peace. A great sentence is gone forth against thee. He shall bind thee; Neither shall relief, mercy, and supplication be thine, on account of the oppression which thou hast taught; And on account of every act of blasphemy, tyranny, and sin, which thou hast discovered to the children of men. (13:1-3)

Chapter 13 also describes how the Watchers became terrified and trembled and besought Enoch to write for them a prayer for forgiveness, that he might cause their prayer to ascend to God, since they themselves could not address him on account of their offense, their sins being so grievous. Enoch then reports to the Watchers:

I have written your petition; and in my vision it has been shown me, that what you request will not be granted you as long as the world endures. Judgment has been passed upon you: your request will not be granted you. From this time forward, never shall you ascend into heaven; He has said, that on the earth He will bind you, as long as the world endures. But before these things you shall behold the destruction of your beloved sons; you shall not possess them, but they shall fall

before you by the sword. Neither shall you entreat for them, nor for yourselves; But you shall weep and supplicate in silence. (14:2-7)

In chapter 15, the Glorious and the Effulgent, the Lord God, speaks again to righteous Enoch.

Go, say to the Watchers of heaven, who have sent thee to pray for them, You ought to pray for men, and not men for you.... You being spiritual, holy, and possessing a life which is eternal, have polluted yourselves with women; have begotten in carnal blood; have lusted in the blood of men; and have done as those who are flesh and blood do. These however die and perish. Therefore have I given to them wives, that they might cohabit with them; that sons might be born of them; and that this might be transacted upon earth. But you from the beginning were made spiritual, possessing a life which is eternal, and not subject to death for ever. Therefore I made not wives for you, because, being spiritual, your dwelling is in heaven. (15:1, 3-7) [8]

The Lord further explains to Enoch the nature of the offspring of the Watchers and the evil that they wreak upon the earth:

Now the giants, who have been born of spirit and of flesh, shall be called upon earth evil spirits, and on earth shall be their habitation. Evil spirits shall proceed from their flesh, because they were created from above; from the holy Watchers was their beginning and primary foundation. Evil spirits shall they be upon earth, and the spirits of the wicked shall they be called. The habitation of the spirits of heaven shall be in heaven; but upon earth shall be the habitation of terrestrial spirits, who are born on earth. The spirits of the giants shall be like clouds, which shall oppress, corrupt, fall, contend, and bruise upon earth. They shall cause lamentation. No food shall they eat; and they shall be thirsty; they shall be concealed, and shall not rise up against the sons of men, and against women; for they come forth during the days of slaughter and destruction. And as to the death of the giants, wheresoever their spirits depart from their bodies, let their flesh, that which is perishable, be without judgment. Thus shall they perish, until the day of the great consummation of the great world. A destruction shall take place of the Watchers and the impious. (15:8-10; 16:1)

Because of so great a sin, the Lord tells the Watchers, "Never therefore shall you obtain peace." According to the text of the Book of Enoch, the Lord's judgment against the Watchers prevails — then and now.

The author of the book also describes in powerful majesty and moving praise certain visions of heaven given to him. He writes of his instruction from the archangels regarding the awesome

judgment of the fallen ones before God's throne. He delivers three heavenly parables (or similitudes) describing the glories of the Kingdom and the ineffable Ancient of Days and the Son of man who, it is said, shall bring the final judgment upon the wicked of the earth. There is also a major section of the work devoted to astronomical description, as well as a lengthy prophecy concerning the future of the elect.

So runs the text of the Book of Enoch as we have the manuscripts today. The studious reader will note that the manuscript translated here feels somewhat disjointed and therefore might be compiled of old fragments loosely stitched together in ancient times — perhaps even a crudely edited version of a larger corpus of Enoch books that no longer exists.

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Местоблюститель патриаршего престола Болгарской патриархии митрополит Кирилл утонул во время ловли мидий. Его тело было найдено около 10 часов утра 9 июля на берегу Черного моря

(Это странное событие, типичное для современного православия. Чего только стоят упорные слухи об убийстве Патриарха РПЦ Алексия 2 (Ридигера) с целью помещения на его место более эффективного менеджера Гундяева) И одно, похоже лишь звено в колосальной интрие года. -

В Болгарии рассекречен большой массив архивов политической полиции и разведки времен коммунистического режима: среди бывших агентов ГБ оказались ныне банкиры, медиамагнаты и госчиновники. Нынешний Патриарх Неофит оказался агентом коммунистических спецслужб по кличке "Симеонов". Если учесть, что Болгария слыла в соцлагере самой прилежной ученицей СССР, то можно представить, какие секреты хранятся в архивах нашей Лубянки.

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The "Actual Angelic Incarnation" of the Fallen Ones

In a respected scriptural study in the late nineteenth century, Franz Delitzsch shows that the wife-choosing of the fallen angels was a contract of actual and lasting marriages, as shown by the Hebrew verb phrase (lakach ishsha) used to describe them. "To make this to a certain degree conceivable," says Delitzsch, "we must admit an assumption of human bodies by angels; and hence not merely transitory appearances of angels in human form, but actual angelic incarnation." [96]

J. H. Kurtz, a nineteenth-century professor of theology, agreed with Delitzsch that the angels of Genesis 6 were not mere incorporeal spirits but possessed bodies.

"We may perhaps not regard it as quite impossible," he wrote, "that the angels should have not only desired to look into this mystery of human nature, but also to share in it." More explicitly, Kurtz declares, "We can only conceive a sexual connection between angels and daughters of men if the idea of corporeity attaches to the former." [97]

Morgenstern also hints that for the early Jews, the fallen angels were quite physical, noting that the crime of the "sons of God" was one which was characteristic of the human level of existence. He shows that God's punishment of these angels was that they take on the nature and quality of the human women with whom they had associated themselves carnally and that they become mortal. Morgenstern says, "No other conclusion is possible." [98] Sentenced to an earthly life, the angels thereafter became as mortal men.

One by one the arguments against the Book of Enoch fade away. The day may soon arrive when the final complaints about the Book of Enoch's lack of historicity and "late date" are also silenced by new evidence of the book's real antiquity.

There is also a more metaphysical explanation of how the Book of Enoch may be of late date yet still carry the words of the ancient father Enoch. Tertullian proposed that the book could have been reproduced after the Flood through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. [99] Likewise did Ezra, according to Jewish legend, reproduce (through God's dictation) the text of all the scriptures destroyed when the Torah was burned. [100] An unknown prophet inspired by the Holy Spirit might also have restored this ancient book of Enoch to a later era that had lost the original.

Not only could the book be authentically the ancient story of the real Enoch, it could also be the answer to the philosophers' conundrum of the origin of evil in God's universe. According to Harvard's Dr. Paul D. Hanson, the myth of the fallen angels "offers an etiology of evil in the world: all of the evil in the world stems from a heavenly event, the rebellion of certain divine

beings, and more immediately, from the resulting generation of their pernicious offspring in the world." [101]

The Book of Enoch may also explain the apparent differential of stature and power among men — like the control by certain 'elite' men over others more 'common'. We may turn from the ancient history of the Nophelim (Watchers) and the Nephilim to consider those on earth today who have that magnetic personality and greater sense of self-importance to which the 'little people' always defer. Imposing and ingratiating men and women are these whose birthright (they believe) it is to rule the lesser endowed. The latter, being thoroughly intimidated and stupefied by the former, easily become the idolaters of these masterminds.

Voila! Now you've got their number (their genetic code): for thousands of years the fallen angels have been propagating themselves and propping themselves up — up, up on the social and success-cult ladder. From the original prototype, they have cloned and carbon-copied an oppressive — and godless — power elite. The Pilates and the Herods, with emperors and high priests, senators and warlords, moneychangers and lawyers — secure in their private clubs and retreats, in firm control, with money and sex as their gods — they will rule the world until the heirs of Enoch take the torch of illumination to challenge and consume their infamy.

That Jesus spoke of two distinct evolutions, one that came from God, the I AM Presence, and one that came from the lower order of fallen ones, is specifically concealed in the Lord's conversation with Nicodemus: "Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God" (John 3:3) — so the translation usually reads. But the original Greek reads: "Except a man be born from above, he cannot see the kingdom of God." ("And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven, even the Son of man which is in heaven," John 3:13.) The phrase "born from above" is reminiscent of Jesus' later statement to the Pharisees, "Ye are from beneath; I am from above." (John 8:23)

But in chapter 8 of the Gospel of John, Jesus is quoted as making an even stronger statement to distinguish these two evolutions. Here he declares that the Pharisees are the seed of the 'devil'. [102]

Now, just who was Jesus talking about when he used the term "devil" and "seed of the devil"? The root of the word is "slanderer," one who defames the name of God and elevates his own, or one who 'deifies' evil (de-evil) in place of the Light and Person of Christ. In the sense that the original Devil, and devils in general, invert the creation and pervert the name of the Godhead, both Nephilim and Watchers, as the angels who were either cast down or fell of their own volition, would be termed devils.

I believe our Lord was identifying the Pharisees as an evolution entirely apart from the children of God, but one which through intermarriage had eventually embodied in any or all races, retaining the characteristics of the proud and lustful, murderous and slanderous fallen angels from which they descended — or whose souls they in fact were.

Jesus may have even been identifying the Pharisees as the same Nephilim who originally fell or as the reincarnated Watchers — rather than as their descendants. If so, his condemnation might have been spoken to the very ones to whom Enoch had delivered the message of the Lord "Never shall you ascend into heaven! Never shall you obtain peace!" aeons ago in the mists of a forgotten antiquity.

I find no other legitimate means of interpreting the following passage from the Gospel of John than through this grand and forbidden thesis of the Book of Enoch.

I speak that which I have seen with my Father: and ye do that which ye have seen with your father. They answered and said unto him, Abraham is our father. Jesus saith unto them, If ye were Abraham's children, ye would do the works of Abraham. But now ye seek to kill me, a man that hath told you the truth, which I have heard of God: this did not Abraham. Ye do the deeds of your father. Then said they to him, We be not born of [angelic] fornication; we have one Father, even God. Jesus said unto them, If God were your Father, ye would love me: for I proceeded forth and came from God; neither came I of myself, but he sent me. Why do ye not understand my speech? even because ye cannot hear my word. Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.... He that is of God heareth God's words: ye therefore hear them not, because ye are not of God. (John 8:38-44, 47)

So much for the words of the Son of God who ofttimes has been worshiped as a god instead of followed as the great exemplar of the Christ of our hearts and the revolutionary of Truth who gave his life that the princes of this world might be exposed and the living Word triumph over the death and hell they have created to torment the children of the Elect One.

We cannot follow in his footsteps if we do not understand the prophecy of Daniel concerning the time of trouble and the resurrection of souls — the Great Awakening to true identity to take place in the last days:

And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people: and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time: and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the book. And many of them that sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some to shame and everlasting contempt. And they that be wise shall shine as

the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever. (Dan. 12:1-3)

Now it is crystal clear: we know who Jesus Christ was talking about when he gave to his disciples a private interpretation of his parable of the tares of the field:

He that soweth the good seed is the Son of man; The field is the world; the good seed are the sons of the kingdom; but the tares are the sons of the Wicked One; The enemy that sowed them is the devil; the harvest is the end of the world; and the reapers are the angels. As therefore the tares are gathered and burned in the fire; so shall it be in the end of this world. The Son of man shall send forth his angels, and they shall gather out of his kingdom all things that offend, and them which do iniquity; And shall cast them into a furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth. Then shall the righteous shine forth as the sun in the kingdom of their Father. Who hath ears to hear, let him hear. (Matt. 13:37-43)

We recall that Enoch foresaw the final judgment of the Watchers "in a generation which is to succeed at a distant period, on account of the elect." (En. 1:2) If the "distant generation" he envisioned was in fact the twentieth century and beyond, heralded by many as a time of judgment, the legacy of the Book of Enoch may at last find its intended audience — one receptive to the true history of men and angels.

John the Baptist and Jesus Christ embodied to show us the distinction between the children of the Light and the power elite — a statement already made, loud and clear, by the prophets before them. And this, their most important message, has been lost because subsequent theologians covered over the basic elements of the hypothesis. In their attempt to destroy the works of Enoch and Origen, the Church Fathers (consciously or unconsciously, it does not matter) effectively destroyed the work of both Christ and his fiery forerunner.

The World Teacher and his supreme teaching no longer belonged to the people. The Beloved One, their spokesman and advocate before God, and the godless, was now silenced in church as well as in state. And this exposé, fundamental to all others, unmasking the gods and their creation, was lost to the children of Enoch.

Why has the Church refused to acknowledge what Jesus Christ taught outright: that the tares, the sons of the Wicked One, have been genetically sown among the good seed of the sons of God and walk among us as fallen angels incarnate — who maintain the meticulous outer appearance of the sons of God but who are wanting in the inner splendor?

No racism or religious separatism is permitted when dealing with the tares and the wheat. Souls who are the seed of God are embodied in every race and nation — descendants of every tribe and culture, adherents of every religion. Their oppressors, the seed of the father of lies, have

followed them within and amongst all peoples as Christian and Jew, Moslem, Buddhist, or Hindu, atheist, agnostic, or pagan.

The Watchers would like us to think they are one of us, for in their anonymity lies their "equal protection" under the mercy of God's laws. And their children would like us to think that they are also the children of Enoch. But they are not! They are the archdeceivers who murdered, for one, Saint Thomas Becket at the altar of God in Canterbury Cathedral and, for another, Saint Thomas More!

Thus the Lord condemned these 'children' of the murderous Watchers: "Woe unto you! for ye build the sepulchres of the prophets, and your fathers killed them. Truly ye bear witness that ye allow the deeds of your fathers: for they indeed killed them, and ye build their sepulchres." Therefore the blood of all the prophets which was shed from the foundation of the world shall be required of this generation of the Watchers! [103]

The Christed ones of all ages — from the unborn to innocent children to the responsible citizens of the world who dare to challenge the ignoble Watchers — have been slaughtered by the Satans,(En. 40:7) whose progeny yet carry on the tradition of their bloodletting and blood-drinking rite in the civilized as well as primitive cultures of the world. Yes!

They are the murderers of the Messiah who even now is aborning in the hearts of Christians and Jews alike and all who love God in the pure and undefiled religion of the heart. They are the tormentors of children, the purveyors of every temptation, physical and moral, to steal the souls of the lightbearers from the breast of the Divine Mother.

And last but not least, to the present hour the Watchers allied with the Nephilim heap the guilt for their crimes against humanity upon specific races or karmic groups by appearing to be Italian or German, Jew or Japanese, black or white, Russian ... or American, thereby escaping the divine and human justice that is long overdue. First their divide-and-conquer strategy setting brother against brother, then their holocaust: This has been their deadly game played against all children of God from then until now.

How long, O Lord, shall the Watchers triumph? [104] How long, O Lord, holy and true, dost thou not judge and avenge our blood on the Watchers that dwell on the earth? [105] How long, O people of God, wilt thou neglect the holy cause of the Faithful and True!

That the honest seeker for Truth may evaluate the evidence, I am republishing this long-suppressed Book of Enoch. Because I believe it is the key to the life and mission of the prophets of Israel, and of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ two thousand years ago — and today.