Analysis by Ernie Moore Jr. of The Book of Enoch   Leave a comment

     Hi, I hear a thing and do not question.  Yet when I hear a thing that does not match an accepted truth as I understand it, I might look.

     Though not accepted in the official-ish Bible, it has writings to which people seem to refer.  Speaking  of Giants and beings from the sky with technologies, Nephilim, Greek and Hebrew.  Youtube has a reading of The Book of Enoch, at least that’s how it looks.  And I heard something that triggered a falseness alert.  

      I hear of two who walked with God, Enoch and Noah.  Noah Spoke with God and God spoke To Noah.  Enoch starts with being shown a vision of God.  I am incorrect with this as I went back to read before I continued writing.  It starts with saying a righteous man  saw a Holy vision, yet does not say it was Enoch himself.  Nor that these were other than visions.  I was looking for someone to be having experiences not relaying or interpreting dreams or visions.  Especially not such guided by angels.

     I will bring -up that the same group, considered to have had sexual union which begot offspring with women, some call these fallen angels,  some call these Earth born.  This seems mixed-up and people are talking witout having correct or full understanding–naphal~ is Hebrew for to fall or to lie down…  Nephilim might come from this to mean fallen one or one who lays with…

     This is so mixed-up Naphal has many possible uses it seem.  Some say they were in the earth already.  Some say giants were here already.  Equating them,  when the Greek translation sounds like giant.  And the European feary tale understanding of giants matches the Greek work switched for Nephilim gegentis.  Now if we can see this as gea/geo genesis, then we can see a meaning of born of the earth.

     Analysing terminology is key here.  The rest is looking at visions it seems and noting inconsistencies.  But given that it’s notes of visions (so far) it’s not legitimate except as someone trying to seem important or misdirection or the such and doesn’t make for anything.-ish

     And several references to the Lord of Spirits, but not God? [I should read through it to reduce speculating and speak to the fact of how and what is printed]

   Ernie Moore Jr.

Posted August 19, 2014 by noknowhips in Bible

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