Last month, I wrote about Ezekiel’s vision, which he described in Ezekiel 1, and how he saw four angelic beings and “a wheel in the middle of a wheel.” I also briefly described a couple of sightings I have had of unidentified flying objects during my lifetime, which were extraordinary, in that these craft exceeded modern capabilities, as we know them, in their flight patterns. While going into this study and its Biblical connotations, it is important to point out at the onset that although the Book of Enoch was not included in the canonized scriptures later compiled by scholars, the original books were all separate scrolls and the Book of Enoch was among them. Prophecy written in the Book of Enoch is actually also referred to in Jude, nearly word for word: “And Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of His saints to execute judgment upon all and to convince all that are ungodly among them of all their ungodly deeds, which they have ungodly committed, and all of their hard speeches, which ungodly sinners have spoken against Him” Jude 1:14-15 (ref Book of Enoch 1:9). I have read the Book of Enoch and I have read (and have written) every word of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. I have found nothing in the Book of Enoch which contradicts canonized scripture; yet, some mysteries are included in the Book of Enoch that are found in no other writings, that I am aware of. No one knows why translators later left out certain books of the Bible that were included as part of the canonized books in the 1611 King James Bible. Some of these books, known as the Apocrypha, were part of the KJV for 274 years, until being removed in 1885 AD. Some books were part of the Bible for about 2,000 years before being removed. During my study and subsequent research of the Book of Enoch, I searched for the opinion of astronomers regarding Enoch’s detailed view of earth from heaven during his day, around 3,000 BC. I found some very interesting information about the accuracy of Enoch’s descriptions of heaven and earth from the southern sky, which astronomers say could have only been observed by someone that lived during Enoch’s time, in that the formation of the land mass was different and the stars were positioned differently. Pleiades was only visible over the Antarctica during Enoch’s day, according to (if you enter the South Pole as your vantage point and enter the timeframe of 3,000 BC). I can only surmise that the translators omitted the Book of Enoch because the mysteries contained within it are not pertinent specifically to salvation and doctrine, but rather it discloses mysteries most people would find difficult to grasp, especially without having a good understanding of the canonized scriptures first. The reason I believe it is important to validate the Book of Enoch in our generation is because Enoch gives a detailed account of the fallen angels, or “watchers” (ref also Daniel 4:13, 17), who took wives for themselves among the daughters of men (ref Book of Enoch 15; Genesis 6) and taught men and women heavenly mysteries (ref Book of Enoch 16). Ancient wonders of the world prove beyond any doubt that early civilizations had greater technology than we have today, i.e.: the pyramids, statues on Easter Island (weighing up to 80+ tons and having been moved), an ancient lens found during excavation requiring advanced machinery to manufacture, etc. Enoch wrote that the fallen angels taught mysteries to men and women on earth, which would explain the advanced technology found in ancient civilizations. Since Ezekiel saw angelic beings in craft described as “wheels in the middle of wheels,” which soared through the sky, emitting fire (Ezekiel 1:4-5), it appears angelic beings have advanced craft, undoubtedly much more advanced than anything we have ever seen on earth. Since God created man, and man created stealth jets, what kind of technology do you suppose the “watchers” (angels) have? I do not believe people are documenting UFO encounters with other planetary beings, but rather angelic beings, more often than not, from the fallen malevolent type. The Word of God tells us, “We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, powers, against rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places” Ephesians 6:12. We are going somewhere with these facts, but I am out of space for now, so if the Lord tarries a bit longer, I will continue with this prophetic study next month. God bless you.