Book of Enoch

Book of Enoch
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  Various Enoch manuscripts and fragments have existed for years and have had wide influence on works ranging from John Dee`s explorations in Enochian magic, to variant rituals attributed to the Freemasons, the Golden Dawn , and other secret, mystical societies. This current work, a translation of the I Ethiopic manuscript discovered by James Bruce in the late-1700s, has seen many different translations, but none as authoritative or complete as this edition by theologian, R.H. Charles.  Enoch, the prophet, is the most often thought to be the pseudepigraphic author of the work, that is, the works of multiple authors were compiled under his authoritative name and attributed to him. He was noe of few, along with St. Paul and Elijah, reputed to have ascended to heaven in mortal form, without dying.  R.H. Charles was a noted theologian and scholar, with many of his reference works remaining in print today, and still of superlative scholarly value. His book, Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament in English remains a relevant work due mainly to his superior editorial skills. Charles died in 1931.   R.A. Gilber, esoteric scholar and antiquarian bookseller, provides a new introduction describing the history of The Book of Enoch and delves into its historical and contemporary importance. 140 page soft cover book.

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