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What You Need To Know About The BOOK Of ENOCH
And The ANIMALS II

This is the second part to the Prophecy Of Animals in the Book Of Enoch.

And that white bull who became a man of that vessel, one was red as blood, and one was black.  And now that bull had passed....

The most complete Book of Enoch comes from Ethiopic manuscripts, maṣḥafa hēnok(
መጽሐፈ ሄኖክ), written in Ge'ez; which was brought to Europe by James Bruce in the late 18th century and was translated into English in the 19th century.

Enoch was excluded from both the formal canon of the Tanakh and the typical canon of the Septuagint and therefore, also from the writings known today as the Deuterocanon.[8][9] One possible reason for Jewish rejection of the book might be the textual nature of several early sections of the book that make use of material from the Torah; for example, 1 En 1 is a midrash of Deuteronomy 33.[10][11] The content, particularly detailed descriptions of fallen angels, would also be a reason for rejection from the Hebrew canon at this period – as illustrated by the comments of Trypho the Jew when debating with Justin Martyr on this subject: "The utterances of God are holy, but your expositions are mere contrivances, as is plain from what has been explained by you; nay, even blasphemies, for you assert that angels sinned and revolted from God."

Part Two of two parts.
And that white bull who became a man of that vessel, one was red as blood, and one was black.  And now that bull had passed....

The most complete Book of Enoch comes from Ethiopic manuscripts, maṣḥafa hēnok(
መጽሐፈ ሄኖክ), written in Ge'ez; which was brought to Europe by James Bruce in the late 18th century and was translated into English in the 19th century.

Enoch was excluded from both the formal canon of the Tanakh and the typical canon of the Septuagint and therefore, also from the writings known today as the Deuterocanon.[8][9] One possible reason for Jewish rejection of the book might be the textual nature of several early sections of the book that make use of material from the Torah; for example, 1 En 1 is a midrash of Deuteronomy 33.[10][11] The content, particularly detailed descriptions of fallen angels, would also be a reason for rejection from the Hebrew canon at this period – as illustrated by the comments of Trypho the Jew when debating with Justin Martyr on this subject: "The utterances of God are holy, but your expositions are mere contrivances, as is plain from what has been explained by you; nay, even blasphemies, for you assert that angels sinned and revolted from God."

Part Two of two parts.
What You Need To Know About The BOOK Of ENOCH
And The ANIMALS II

Let's take a look at the Book Of Enoch and the prophecy of the Animals.