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Grigori: Holiest Sinners (Part 5 of 5)

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Linking the myth of the Grigori to Biblical theories.

Since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, argumentations and accusations flooded the foundations of Christianity denunciating the father of modern civilization that is mighty Rome. Questions about the causality and reason as to why there have been discarded books and why those weren’t included in the canonized Bible. The inclusion of the Book of Enoch and the validity of the story of the Grigori is also being inquired about since a tangible text mentioned in the canonical Bible texts is in reference with Enoch’s book.

The first mention of the Nephilim in the Bible is in Genesis 6. The Book of Genesis which likely every scholar agrees that Moses have had authored made mention the word Nephilim which explains that people long ago have a complete idea and furthermore visual encounter with these Nephilims. It as well directly imply that people during the time of Moses knew about the fathers and the ancestral lineage of these enormous giants. Another side argument could arise as to how people knew about the existence of the Watchers since they never were expounded in the Book of Genesis? This angle then make the Book of Enoch pre-existent or co-existent together with the Book of Genesis. Deductively, there are two books present that time, the Book of Enoch and the Book of Genesis. The Book of Genesis talked about something from the Book of Enoch, and the Book of Enoch talked about something from the Book of Genesis. This scenario holds a compulsive probability which connotes that there are more books hidden and has not been included in the Bible.

At present, modern day radicals have been continuously attacking the Roman Church and Christian factions by accusations and intrigues with the codification of the Bible. Historically, the Bible was codified during the Council of Nicaea in 325 A.D. under Emperor Constantine. Allegedly, the codification of the Bible was not purposed to bring the people to a united faith instead to unite the warring factions of different Christian believers. In those times, people were divided into different Christian orientations. Some believed that Jesus is a man; some believed that He is God; some even believed in reincarnation. Emperor Constantine strategized the unification of these believers since it numbered so great that if it revolts against the political empire of Rome, that could lead to its fall.

The council of Nicaea convened and reviewed all the books provided. They have logically read and linked each book together. The only error they might have made was to reject some books which they think unfit to be included. The discarded books were then apocryphal texts which have been scattered and some have been found to be the Dead Sea Scrolls. There have been allegations as to their cause of discarding certain books, that is because the books which have been considered as pseudophygrapha tells of delicate, conspiracies, unholy, controversial and intriguing stories that the people may have then interpret as rightful acts. These books scared the council collectively Rome itself. Only books with acts of goodness and beguiling accounts have been included for Rome to imply command over the people.

There are thousands of verses more that would link and prove the existence of angels and the authenticity of Enoch’s writings. The Old Testament made mention several times of the Grigori and is backed up by Enoch’s disappearance. Enoch according to the Apocryphal writing which he wrote himself was taken to several heights of heaven with his body and soul with him, thus affirms what was written in Genesis 5:24 [Enoch walked with God; then he was no more, because God took him away.]

In the canonical texts of the Bible itself, Enoch have been mentioned several times: Genesis 4:17;Genesis 4:18; Genesis 5:18; Genesis 5:19; Genesis 5:21; Genesis 5:22; Genesis 5:23; Genesis 5:24; 1 Chronicles 1:3?; Luke 3:37; Hebrews 11:5; Jude 1:14.

There are scholars and writers who claim that the Book of Enoch is falsely written and without credible authorship. If the name Enoch alone which was mentioned in the canonized Bible isn’t credibly true, then this makes every Biblical word to be false. There is a fair count of apocryphal writings which links centrally to the union of every book in the Bible itself. Some query the inclusion and canonization of the Book of Enoch and other apocryphal books found to have direct association with the Bible itself; re-codifying the Bible at present can never be as easy as it was way back in the Council of Nicea. Furthermore, no one yet has proven that the Watchers really existed and that this mythological argument contextualizes truth.

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