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This work explores the heavens and the earth through the eyes of Enoch. It chronicles the events as a group of holy angels called the Watchers fall from grace, desert their heavenly home and trade eternal life to taste the forbidden lust for earthly women. This work looks closely at the anguish and regret felt by the fallen ones as they realized what they had done and the consequences that followed. We explore how the Watchers felt about their offspring with the women, the Nephilim, the Eljo, and the Men of Renown.

We see the Grigori, part of the band of fallen angels, imprisoned in heaven, mournfully singing lamentations of sorrow and regret to the Lord. We see our own mortal failings as we watch the holy and beautiful angels end as the enemies of their own creator. 

In this book, we bring together several popular works into one volume.

The Books of First Enoch (The Ethiopic Book of Enoch), Second Enoch (The Slavonic Secrets of Enoch), and Third Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch) are presented with two versions of The Book of Giants, all with extensive commentary. Within the commentaries, we see how the mysterious prophecy uttered by Daniel comes alive and makes perfect sense when it is placed within the Enochian calendar. From these ancient texts and many others, such as Jasher, Jubilees, the Lilith myth, several Gnostic text, and numerous other books, a chronological narrative like no other is produced. The narrative plays like a mystery novel, which lays out a timeline of events from the beginning of creation to the punishment of the fallen angels and the defeat of Satan. At the end of the book an additional chapter is added, which lists the names of major angels and demons and their duties or functions.

Years of research and the vast amount of information presented in this work makes it one of the ultimate resources of knowledge and history regarding Fallen Angels, the Watchers, Giants, and Nephilim.

©2019 Joseph Lumpkin (P)2019 Joseph Lumpkin

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  • Eric B
  • 13-01-20

Interesting Presentation

I find the topic of the Nephilim, Fallen Angels, Ancient Near East Religion and Demonology and Biblical Studies fascinating and stimulating. This book was an excellent addition to my library, and one that I will go back to periodically. This may just be a matter of personal taste, but I found the voice of the reader to be a bit on the annoying side and his inflection to not be in keeping with the subject matter.

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  • Linda Chastain
  • 31-10-19

Very In-Depth and Well Worth Listening...

I'll listen again. Well worth buying. An in-depth look into much of what was left out of the Bible. Written well and narration was easy to understand and well done.

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  • Chasity Faucett
  • 17-09-19

A very intriguing and interesting turn pager!

The book iwas amaxingz! Had me. scared at some points fearing there Return!
Genesis 6 is a very real and valid thing..., !! The return of the Nephlin.

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  • CaptainPicard
  • 18-10-19

this is a fairly dry version for scholars

extensive commentary & constant interruptions from author's notes break the nerrative at least for me.

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  • Peter McCallister
  • 22-05-21

GREAT INTERPRETATIONS OF THE BOOKS OF ENOCH.

If one is an avid student of The Enochian texts and are interested in a better understanding of what they mean in a biblical sense, then this book is Undoubtedly for you. Mr. Lumpkin does an excellent job at interpreting and breaking down the three books of Enoch and what they truly meant to our scribes of Antiquity as far as meanings and the influence they undoubtedly had on their beliefs and how much of it's Information, (contrary to Modern day beliefs) had an tremendous amount of influence on many of the scibes of our modern day Bible. He also proves beyond a doubt that other books not excepted as true cannon were of major influence such as the book of Jubilees, Jasher, Giants and Noah Amongst others were highly revered by the apostles, scibes, prophets and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ .

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  • Diana
  • 30-03-21

I enjoyed this book

I didn’t realize that there was more writing from Enoch. This is a good book to listen to.

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  • Adra
  • 07-03-21

author's notes

I hate the author's notes wish there was an option to take it out, or use them at the end of the chapter or beginning. but the constant interruption takes away from storyline. perhaps make the comment without using,(* author's note author's note author's note Arthur's note author's note.*] it seems like every other line or phrase is an author's note. difficult to get through because of this reason for me. however very intriguing and food for thought. nice inside overall.

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  • ronald
  • 07-08-20

Very thoughtful, something the mind finds useful.

Very interesting how so many interpretations Through the Ages, have been impacting Souls this life.

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  • Cori Lordes
  • 28-05-21

Interesting reading

The content great. The reader was terrible. Many words were mispronounced. Reader should have practiced.

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  • The Jaarveth Empire
  • 08-04-21

terrible narrator

it was almost as if the narrator was mocking the content and his voice didn't fit the material. I think he should consider reading children's books though.