Where Things Come Back Themes

John Corey Whaley
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The Book of Enoch

Over the history of our civilization, many versions of the Bible have been presented. There are some that have entire sections in them that exist in none of the other Bibles in print. An example of this is given in this story where the Ethiopian Orthodox Bible contains the Book of Enoch. In this Book, the angel Gabriel, called the Left Hand of God, is sent to earth to banish the fallen angels (Grigori) to hell. God asks him to do this because the Grigori not only began teaching humans about the arts and astrology, but also begin to fall in love with some and reproduce. The humans become too smart, and too inquisitive, so God sends Gabriel to dispatch them to hell. The children, called the Nephilim are giants, and Gabriel kills them in front of their parents, making them watch.

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