Fallen Angels in Antarctica: “The Message in the Book of Enoch”
Researcher Steven Ben-Nun analyzed the Apocryphal Book of Enoch, which describes the experiences of Enoch (a biblical figure), who was taken up to heaven to witness and play a key role in a great celestial conflict.
Enoch became the main intermediary between the two sides of the conflict between the “fallen angels” and the “upright angels” who served a deity known as “the Lord”.
There were several issues in the conflict, such as fallen angels, interbreeding and/or conducting genetic experiments with humanity, and passing on forbidden knowledge and technologies to the still-developing human civilization.
The Book of Enoch begins with the arrival of 200 Fallen Angels in the Mount Hermon area, which borders modern-day Lebanon and Syria. The Fallen Angels began to breed and/or genetically modify the local inhabitants.
6.1 And it came to pass that, when the sons of men grew up, in those days beautiful and fair daughters were born to them.
6.2 And the angels, the sons of heaven, saw them and desired them. And they said to one another: “Come, let us choose wives for ourselves from among the children of men, and have children for us.”
6.6 And they were two hundred in all, and they descended upon Ardis, which is the top of Mount Hermon. And they called Mount Hermon, because on it they swore and bound each other with curses.
While the fallen angels established an outpost on Mount Hermon, it was to Antarctica that they would be removed after losing the heavenly battle with the righteous angels, according to Ben-Nun’s analysis of the Book of Enoch.
Ben-Nun cites passages from the Book of Enoch that are highly suggestive of Antarctica, as well as the location where Enoch was taken to witness celestial events:
18.5 And I saw the winds on the earth that support the clouds and I saw the paths of the angels. I saw the end of the Earth; The firmament of heaven above.
18.6 And I went towards the south, and it burned day and night, where there were seven mountains of precious stones, three to the east and three to the south.
18.7 And those of the east were of colored stone, and one of pearls, and another of healing stone; And those in the south, of red stone.
18.8 And the medium reached Heaven, like the throne of the Lord, from Stibius, and the top of the throne was sapphire.
What is interesting in the above passage is that Enoch is referring to a place that “burned day and night”. Ben-Nun believes this fits the description of Antarctica during the southern hemisphere summer, when there are 24 hours of sunlight.
As for the seven mountains, that seems to refer to Mount Vinson in Antarctica’s Sentinel Range, according to Ben-Nun. It also refers to six nearby mountains in the range that may qualify as the mountains described in the Book of Enoch.
Mount Vinson is the highest mountain in Antarctica and is located in the center of the Sentinel Range. It would have stood out just as spectacularly with its snow-capped peaks in ancient times as it does today.
All of this leads to an intriguing question: Goode himself is a modern-day Enoch, with a key role in witnessing and mediating between different human and extraterrestrial factions as the proxy for the Sphere that is the Alliance, which appears to be functionally identical to the omniscient deity. described in the Book of Enoch?
If so, this suggests that Enoch himself was an extraterrestrial contactee of the Sphere Being Alliance or a similar group 13,000 years ago.
If the Pre-Adamites/Fallen Angels are awakened/released, there will certainly be a need to deal with them and their hybrid springtime as to what roles they are to play as humanity awakens to the truth of its history and manipulation by various ET groups and alien families. elite.