Enoch man

Chester Beatty XII, Greek manuscript of the Book of Enoch, 4th century

The Books of Enoch are part of apocalyptic Jewish writings that date from 300 BCE to the first century BCE.[1] The first book is comprised of five major sections. The first section called the Book of the Watchers , makes inference to the fallen angels and the nephilim of the Pentateuch. The second book of Enoch refers to the rebellious group of watchers as Grigori.


The Vatican regards the Books of Enoch as non-canonical or non-inspired,[2] which has led to the belief that inner circles of the Vatican are covering up the existence of present-day nephilim or that of a new indistinguishable type, called "hubrids".

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  1. Fahlbusch E., Bromiley G.W. The Encyclopedia of Christianity: P–Sh page 411, ISBN 0-8028-2416-1 (2004)
  2. The Book of Enoch - The Reluctant Messenger. Retrieved 14 June 2014

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