The Book of Enoch – Enoch was the great-grandfather of the Biblical character Noah who built the Arc. Enoch was a great prophet himself and was one of the only humans to speak directly to god. He was chosen to join God in Heaven and was blessed with immortality. His contribution to the Bible alludes to God and the angels being advanced alien creatures who traveled and left Earth via a space ship. For this reason his is banned from most western versions of the Bible.


When the Book of Enoch was found in the Dead Sea Scrolls, it became clear that it was a piece of literature that influenced biblical writers of the time including those who wrote the New Testament. So why is the Book of Enoch not in the Bible? Today it is only included in the main canons of Ethiopian Orthodox sects, but was popular for hundreds of years in ancient Jewish perspectives. In fact, in understanding the Book of Enoch, some have pointed out that it was likely the inspiration for the Book of Genesis, due to a number of parallels between the two.

Within the book, we find the story of Enoch who was the father of Methuselah and grandfather of Noah. He lived for 365 years up until the great flood that wiped out much of the population. Enoch was taken away in a fiery chariot before the great floods by the Archangel Michael, who some have interpreted as being extraterrestrial. Could that fiery chariot actually have been a spacecraft powered by jet-engine?

The book that details the story of Enoch is extensive with over 100 chapters dispersed throughout several books, detailing accounts of the Nephilim and the Watchers. These giants, known as the Nephilim, are also described in the Book of Genesis. The giants are said to have been the progeny of angels, known as The Watchers, and female humans. Some believe that these giant beings may have been the reason for the great flood as they were seen to be unnatural and harmful to the human race.