The book of Enoch consists of multiple parts that were put together as one book by a earlier editor.
The book consists of the following parts:
Book of Watchers – Chapters 1-36 including fragments of the Book of Noah in chapters 6-11
Book of the Parables – Chapters 37-71 is also known as the Book of Similitudes
Book of the Luminaries – Chapters 72-82
The Dream Visions – Chapters 83-90
Critical Structure – Chapters 91-104
God and Messiah to dwell in Man – Chapter 105
Latin fragment of the book of Noah – Chapters 106-107
The first parable (xxxviii.-xliv.) is a prophecy of coming judgement upon the wicked, and especially the Kings and Mighty ones on the Earth.
This is Enoch's books in Greek and Ethiopian, The Egyptian versions of Enoch are his design in stone as Cheops, "The Great Pyramid at Giza"! An interesting occurrence of Gematria also helps pinpoint the Great Pyramid as God's special revelation, as a dream vision to Enoch
Gematria is the science of finding meaning in the numerical value of words. In the Hebrew language each individual letter has a numerical value. Thus every word has the numerical value of the sum of the value of its letters.
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If one adds up the numerical value of all the Hebrew characters in the Great Pyramid text the value is 5449. This is the height in inches of the Great Pyramid!
One person ("of many"), who measured and studied the Great Pyramid say it is a structural bible.
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My principal aim, in a word, is to make some difficult texts, important for the study of Christian origins, more generally accessible in faithful and scholarly translations.
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W. O. E. OESTERLEY.
G. H. Box.
D. W. Boulton Jr.