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The 1 book of Enoch
I wonder if Lilith, Adam's first wife, wrote a book? Her begining is mentioned in the Haggadah, Haggadah and Midrah Jewish books. Louis Ginzberg has a collection of stories in his 'Legends of the Jews'. It seems she left Adam because she didn't want to be subservient to Adam. She felt she was equal.
If she wrote a book, i think it isn't available, but there is a beautiful one, a poem called "the Book of Nod", where Cain meets Lilith, also Isaiah talks about her.
The story of Lilith, excluded from the Bible, is in the Kabbalist books of , "The Zohar", and "Ben Sira's Alphabet"
I guess I'm just a bit confused is the best word I can think of right now concerning not just the Book Of Enoch but there certainly are many other books that just for whatever reason were not put in the Bible. I guess the question is who are those that decided this book or the other wasn't to be canonized and though there of some value regarding the history of man and God there not FROM God, however has in Enoch if he was talking directly with God has is stated in the book than wouldn't that be regarded has being from God and therefore at least in the Old Testament should of been the Gospel according to Enoch? The part about the Greek translation in describing the Fallen Angels translate in the English to the Grey's. Isn't there a lot of talk and such about the Grey's as in aliens? The book of Enoch I believe also talks of Enoch being transported by a "ship" into the heavens. Well like I said earlier it's an interesting read..long..and trying to get through some of the language is a bit difficult but I'm sure I can find a better translation somewhere. Not like there isn't a shortage of sites and articles on the book of Enoch.
A lot of books weren't included in scripture due to WHEN they were written. There was a period of about 500 years give or take that the Jewish authorities did not think any writings were produced that were inspired by God. Much of this period was "between" what Christian theologians consider the Old Testament and the New Testament, although the story of the Maccabees is included in Jewish and Catholic scripture. Likewise, a lot of scripture attributed to Disciples, Apostles, and followers of Christ were known to have been written several hundred years after the death of Jesus. Some of them are attributed to groups that early Christians considered heretical and contained considered heretical text, so weren't included in New Testament canon either for the Catholic church or Protestant churches.

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Question Who taught these folk to read and write? In what language? How were they translated ? By whom? There are still communications written in stone that have not been de coded. How can these translations be verified O0h I am doing an U'n'R
I think the way that the bible was put together is fascinating, how some books were left out and how some were included.

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