Friday, 9 December 2016



To see these powers and to design your own Masonic Ritual simply list the names from these scribal writings and in the name of Yahweh stand with others in a circle and invoke them by speaking their names and they will appear and designed  you will meet the powers every human and demon race………..

The Scroll of Chanówkh
סֵּפֶר חֲנוֹך
(Also referred to as “Ethiopian Enoch” or “1 Enoch”)
Chapter Index
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References to Chanówkh are found in multiple verses of the Post-advent scriptures (see MattithYâ´huw 3: 12, 5: 4-12, 11: 28, 13: 31-32, 24: 14, 27, 26: 64; Márquwç 13: 10,26, 14: 21,62; Luwqá’ 1: 52, 2: 14, 6: 24, 9: 35, 16: 13, 23-31, 24: 36; Yâhuwchânâ´n 3: 20; Qorinthíym 6: 3; Epheçíym 3: 18; 5: 13; Philipposíym 1: 18; 2; Thessaloníkeans 2: 2; `Ivríym 11: 5; 1Këph 3: 14; Disclosure 3: 17, 6: 10, 8: 2, 12: 16, 16: 14, 19: 19, 20: 1-3, 21: 23-24).
The earliest Christians held the Scroll of Chanówkh in great esteem, as testify the canonical letters of Yâhuwthâ´h (6 y 14-16) and 2 Këph (2: 4), as also the noncanonical one of Bar-Nâvíy and the writings of Justin Martyr (100-165), Atenagoras (170); Titian (110-172); Irineus, Bishop of Lyon (115-185); Clement of Alexandria (150-220); Tertulian (160-230); Lactancius (260-325) and besides those of the Methodius of Philippus, Minucius Felix, Comodian and Priscilianus (m. 385).
The source translation was translated from the Ethiopian manuscripts, compared with the Greek manuscripts and further corrected according to the Aramaic Qumrân manuscripts (4Qen-4Qenastr), from the Spanish translation that is also found on my site. The numbers in parentheses are the verse divisions according to the format of the more logically organized and superior Spanish translation. Some of the words added from it are in italics except when major revisions were necessary. This translation has been restored with the correct names and has had its scribal inserted pagan terms removed. Concerning the placement of the name of Yâ-hwéh, it was done logically in the spirit of Truth where it could not have been absent, and sparingly. We are sure that it was named many more times than this within this scroll, and when a more intact manuscript appears which can provide this further evidence, this translation should get updated with it.
Table of Contents
Sh’ówl tour: Chapters 17-31
The second vision of wisdom: Scroll of the Parables (Chapter 37-63)
The First Parable: Chapters 38-44 (re: judgment)
The Second Parable: Chapters 45-55 (re: Name deniers)
The Third Parable: Chapters 56-68 (re: pure ones & elect)
The scroll of Nóach: Chapters 64-67 v.1
Chanówkh’s vision of catastrophe: Scroll of the Dreams. Chapter 82
Tablet of Heaven: Chapters 103-104A
Birth of Nóach: Chapter 105
Scroll 1 (Book of the Watchers)
Chapter 1
The Blessing of Chanówkh
1 The word of blessing with which Chanówkh blessed the righteous elect who shall live in the day of the trouble, when all the wicked and irreverent will be rejected, whereas the righteous shall be delivered.(1) (2) Chanówkh, a righteous man whose eyes were opened by the mighty Ones (’Elohíym), saw the vision of the Pure One Who from the heavens spoke His Word, and he responded. The vision of the Pure One of the heavens was revealed to me and I heard all the words of the Watchers and the Pure Ones.
(1) Editor: The italicized words are restorations from other translations.
And because I listened, I have learned all things from them, and understood what I saw; that what I am speaking of will not take place in this generation, but in a generation which is to succeed at a distant period to comeIt is about of the elect
3 that I speak and for them that I pronounce my message: The Pure and mighty One shall come from His habitation [ZkharYâ´hu 2: 13], the eternal mighty Ones (’Elohíym)
4 shall tread the earth upon Mount Çiynáy; He shall appear with His great army; and be manifested in the strength of His Force from the heights of the heavens.
And all shall be afraid, with great fear and trembling, even the Watchers shall be terrified,
and they shall be seized, and be punished in the confines of the earth, and even to the ends of the earth (6) the lofty mountains shall be crack up, and the exalted hills shall crumble, and shall be lowered and[Nachúwm 1: 5] shall melt like a honeycomb in the flame [Songs 97: 5]. (7) The earth shall split open, and all things that are on the Land shall perish, for there shall come a judgment upon all, (8) even upon all the righteous:
7 But with them shall He make the shâlówm (peace, completeness, reconciliation) [Remnant]; Yet He shall protect the chosen ones[stripped off Christians], and upon them shall the clemency relapse,
8 Then all of them shall belong to Yâ-hwéh the mighty Ones (’Elohíym), shall be happy and blessed; He will help them all and the Splendor of the mighty Ones’ Person shall illuminate them. [Romans 11: 15-32]
Chapter 2
1 (1: 9) Look at Yâ-hwéh, for He comes with ten-thousands of His pure ones, to execute judgment upon all, and He shall annihilate the wicked, and He shall punish all who are fleshly concerning all their wicked deeds that they have committed wickedly, and concerning all the harsh words which wicked sinners have spoken against Him.(2)
(2) Quoted by Yâhuwthâ´h, vv. 14, 15.
Chapter 3 (2)
1 Observe all the things that occur in the heavens,
How that the heavenly luminaries do not change their paths; that each rises and sets regularly, every one at its proper period, without transgressing the commands they received. (2) Look at the earth, and pay attention to its works, from the beginning to the end,
3 how none of the works of Yâ-hwéh the mighty Ones (’Elohíym)changes, and all are visible for you. (3) Look at the signs of summer and winter: how the whole earth is filled with water; and that the cloud, the dew, and the rain refresh it.
Chapter 4 (3)
1 Consider and look at every tree, how each appears to wither, and every leaf falls off, except of fourteen trees, which are not deciduous; which wait with the old leaf, until the appearance of the new leaf, for two or three winters.
Chapter 5 (4)
And again consider the signs of summer, how during it the luminary orb burns and scalds, then while the earth is scorched up with fervid heat, you seek for a covered and shady spot on account of the burning luminary orb; without finding a way to walk either upon the ground or upon the rocks because of that heat.
Chapter 6 (5)
1 Consider and see how the trees, when they put forth their green leaves, become covered, and produce fruit. Understand and considerall of these works, and know that the mighty Ones, Who lives forever, has done all these things for you:
2 How all His works continue at the beginning of every year always,and that all His works obey Him without alterations, so all things happens as Yâ-hwéh the mighty Ones (’Elohíym) has decreed.
3 See, also, how the seas and the rivers in the same way fulfill and do not change their respective tasks, according to His commandments:
4 ¶ But ye change His commandments and do not do the Word of Yâ-hwéh; and instead, you have distorted and slandered His Greatness[To the Romans 1: 20-25Yâhuwchânâ´n’s Glad Tidings 14: 28] with malignant and haughty words from your polluted mouths against His Majesty.
5 You hardened in heart; there shall be no shâlówm (peace, completeness, reconciliation) for you!
6(5) Therefore shall you curse your days, and the years of your lives shall be wasted; but the years of your destruction shall be multiplied like an eternal condemnation, and you shall not obtain mercy or shâlówm (peace, completeness, reconciliation).
7(6) In those days, your names shall mean eternal condemnation for all the righteous [Yshá`Yâhuw 65: 11-16], and by means of your namesshall the condemned be perpetually cursed, and by your names shall all the sinners
8 and the irreverent swear.
9(7) For the chosen ones there shall be light, joy, and shâlówm (peace, completeness, reconciliation), and they shall inherit the earth;
10 But for you, you impure, there shall be condemnation.
11(8) Then the wisdom shall be granted to the chosen ones(3), and all of them shall live, and they shall not again transgress by irreverence or pride; instead they who are wise shall be humble, (9) and they shall not repeat transgression
(3) Note the distinction between the righteous elect (chosen ones) and the elect, who are presently the Christians who haven’t yet believed on His name. See 1: 7, how His clemency relapses on them, which is their being grafted in again at the 7th trumpet resurrection after their 6th seal judgment for denying His name.
12 nor sin nor be condemned the whole period of their lives, nor die in torment and indignation of the mighty Ones; but they shall complete the sum of the days of their lives, and their life shall be increased in shâlówm (peace, completeness, reconciliation); while the years of their happiness shall be multiplied with continual joy and peace, for all the days of their lives.
Chapter 7
The Crime of the Watchers
1 It happened after the sons of ’Âthâ´m had multiplied in those days, that daughters were born to them, elegant and beautiful.
2 And when the Watchers, the sons of heaven, looked at them, they became enamored of them, saying to each other:
“Come, let us select for ourselves wives from the progeny of ’Âthâ´m, and let us procreate sons.” [Genesis 6: 1-4]
3 Then their leader Shemiychâzâ´h said to them:
“I fear that ye may perhaps be indisposed to complete this action,
4 And that I shall be the only one held responsible for a great sin.”
5(4) But they answered him and said:
“Let us all swear;
6 And bind ourselves by mutual curses, that we will not change our intention, but execute our projected undertaking.”
7(5) Then they swore all together, and all bound themselves by mutual curses. (6) Their whole number was two hundred, which descended, in the days of Yéred [Chapter 105: 13], to the top of MountChermówn.
8 That mountain therefore was called Chermówn, because they had sworn upon it,(4) and bound themselves by mutual curses.
(4) Mt. Chermówn derives its name from the `Ivríyth word chérem, a curse (Charles, p. 63).
9(7) These are the names1 of their chiefs: Shemiychâzâ´h, who was their leader,Ar’taqof, Rama’el, Kokab’el, -’el [Turel], Ra’ma’el, Dani’el, Zeq’el, Baraq’el, ‘Asa’el, Harmoni, Matra’el, ‘Anan’el, Satow’el, Shamsi’el, Sahari’el, Tummi’el, Turi’el, Yomi’el, y Yhadi’el. (8) These were the prefects of the two hundred envoys, and the remainder was all with them.
10(7: 1) Then they took wives, each choosing for himself; whom they began to mount, and with whom they contaminated themselves; teaching them sorcery, incantations, and the dividing of roots andteaching them about the plants.
11(2) And the women, conceiving, brought forth giants,(5)
(5) The Greek texts vary considerably from the Ethiopic text here. One Greek manuscript adds to this section, “And they [the women] bore to them [the Watchers] three races–first, the great giants. The giants brought forth [some say “slew”] the Naphelim, and the Naphelim brought forth [or “slew”] the Elioud. And they were increasing in power according to their size.” See the account in the Book of Jubilees.
12 Whose stature was each three hundred cubits [450 feet/212 meters], which were born on the earth and grew according to their childhood. (3) These devoured all that the labor of the sons of ’Âthâ´mproduced; until it became impossible to feed them;
13(4) Then they turned themselves against men, in order to kill them and devour them;
14(5) And began to injure all the birds of the sky, and the beasts of the earth, the reptiles and the fishes of the sea, and they devoured each other’s flesh(6) and drank their blood.
(6) “one another’s flesh” R.H. Charles notes that this phrase may refer to the destruction of one class of giants by another (Charles, p. 65).
15(6) Then the earth reproved the unrighteous for all that had been done in her.
Chapter 8
1 Moreover ‘Asa’el taught men to make swords, and knives of ironandshields, and breastplates of copper, the fabrication and polishing of gold, and the workmanship of silver for bracelets and other ornaments.He taught women about antimony, the use of paint, the beautifying of the eyebrows, the use of stones of every valuable and select kind, and all sorts of dyes, so that the world became altered.
2 Irreverence increased; fornication multiplied; and they transgressed and corrupted all their ways.
3 Shemiychâzâ´h taught all the sorcerers, and dividers of roots:
4 Harmoni taught how to break spells, witchcraft, magic and divining,
5 Baraq’el taught the observers of the stars,(7)
(7) Observers of the stars. Astrologers (Charles, p. 67).
6 Kokab’el taught the predictions of the stars, Zeq’el those of the lightning-bolts, -el taught their meanings;
7 Ar’taqoph taught the signs of the earth, Shamsi’el taught the predictions of the luminary orb,
8 And Sahari’el taught those of the moon,
9(4) As part of the men were being annihilated, their cry ascended unto the heavens.
Chapter 9
The Appeal of the Pure Watchers
1 Then Miykhâ’Ë´l and Gavriy’Ë´l, Rphâ’Ë´l, Tsuwriy’Ë´l, and `Uwriy’Ë´l[not in sp. translation], looked down from the pure place of heaven, and saw the quantity of blood which was shed on the earth, and that it wasall full of the iniquity and the violence which was done upon it, (2) andconsidering this, these four2 said one to another:
“The voice of the cries and the lamentations
2 for the destruction of the sons of the earth has ascended even to the gates of heaven!”
3 And they said to the pure One of heaven:
It is now to You, O You pure One of heaven, to Whom the souls of the sons of ’Âthâ´m supplicate, saying, ‘Take our cause before the Most High, our destruction before the majestic Worth and before the Sovereign of all the sovereigns in Majesty!’”
(4) Then Rphâ’Ë´l, Miykhâ’Ë´l, Tsuwriy’Ë´l, [`Uwriy’Ë´l (not in Spanish translation)] and Gavriy’Ë´l said to the Sovereign of the world:
You are our great Sovereign, the Sovereign of the world, the Sovereign of sovereigns, the mighty Ones of mighty ones (’Elohë´y ’elohíym)and theKing of kings. The heavens are the throne of Your Worth for all the generations forever and ever, all the earth is the footstool before You forever, and forever and ever is Your great name kept pure and honored and blessed.
4(5) It is You Who have made all things; and in You resides the power over all things; and all things are uncovered in all its nakedness before You. You see all things, and nothing can be concealed from You.
5(6) You have seen what ‘Asa’el has done, how he has taught every species of iniquity upon earth, and has disclosed to the world the secret things which are done in the heavens.
6(7) Even Shemiychâzâ´h also has taught sorcery, to whom You have given authority over those who are associated with him. (8) They have gone together to the daughters of ’Âthâ´m and have lain with them and have become polluted themselves;
7 And have revealed all sin to them.
8 (9) Afterwards, these women, have brought forth giants,
9 Which is why the whole earth has been filled with blood and with injustice.
10 And now, look! The souls of those who are dead cry out,
11 And complain! Even to the gate of heaven
12 their groaning ascends, and they cannot cease for the unrighteousness that is being committed on earth. (11) But You know all things, before they happen,
13 You know these things, and what they have done; yet You do not tell us
14 what, on account of these things, ought we to do for them.”
Chapter 10
1 Then the Most High, the Great and Pure One spoke,
2 And sent Tsuwriy’Ë´l(8) to the son of Lémekh,
(8) Sariel (per Spanish translation). Here one Greek text reads “`Uwriy’Ë´l”.
3(2) Saying to him:
Go to Nóach and say to him by My name: ‘Conceal yourself.
Then explain to him the consummation, which is about to take place; for all the earth shall perish; the waters of a deluge are about to come over the entire earth, and all things that are found in it shall perish.
5(3) And quickly now, teach the Righteous one, the son of Lémekh, what he must do to preserve his soul for life and that he may definitely escape,because through him shall a plant be sown and be established throughoutall the generations.
6(4) And furthermore, Yâ-hwéh said to Rphâ’Ë´l:
Bind ‘Asa’el hand and foot; cast him into the darkness; opening the desert which is in Dudael (Duwthâ`Ë´l [Cauldron of the Power])andcast him in there.
7(5) Throw upon him abrasive and sharp stones, covering him with darkness;
Leave him there to remain for the age; cover his face, that he may not see the light.
9(6) And in the great Day of Judgment let him be cast into the fire.
10(7) Later, restore the earth, which the Watchers have corrupted; and announce curing to it, that I may revive it from the plague and that
11 All the sons of ’Âthâ´m might not perish in consequence of the secret which the Watchers have revealed and have taught their offspring.
12(8) All the earth has been corrupted by the effects of the works which were taught by ‘Asa’el. To him therefore ascribe the wholecrime.
13(9) To Gavriy’Ë´l also, Yâ-hwéh said:
Go to the bastards(9), to the reprobates, to the sons of fornication; and make the sons of fornication, the offspring of the Watchers, disappear from among men; bring them forth, and incite them one against another. Let them perish by mutual slaughter; for length of days shall not be theirs.
(9) Bastards, Mamzë´r in `Ivríyth, this means the product of scripturally forbidden sexual unions. It has no bearing on racial mixing scripturally.
14 (10) They shall all implore you, but no petition of their fathers shall be obtainedrespecting them; for they shall hope to live an eternal life,or that they may live, each of them, five hundred years.
15(11) To Miykhâ’Ë´l likewise Yâ-hwéh said:
Go and announce to Shemiychâzâ´h and to the others who are with him who have been associated with women and who polluted themselves with them in their impurity, (12)that their sons shall be slain and they shall see the perdition of their beloved. Bind them for seventy generations [1400-7000 (80 years per generation3)]underneath the earth, even to the great Day of their [their beloved’s4]Judgment [7th trumpet (89: 29-32)],
16(13) Then shall they be taken away into the lowest depths of the fire in torments; and in confinement shall they be shut up for the age.[2 Këph 2: 4 the 1,000 year Day of Wrath]
17 (14)All who are condemned from then onward shall perish and they shall be bound with them until the destruction of their stock; immediately after this, in the time of the judgment which I shall judge,he(10) shall, together with them, burn and perish for all the generations[the second death];
(10) He. I.e., Shemiychâzâ´h.
18 (15) Destroy all the spirits of the bastards, and the offspring of the Watchers, for they have made mankind work evil.
19(16) Let every oppressor perish from the face of the earth,
20 Let every evil work be destroyed,
21 Let the plant of righteousness and of rectitude appear, and its produce become a blessing.
22 And the works of the righteous and erect shall be forever planted with delight.
23(17) And during this time shall all the pure ones escape, and live until they have procreated thousands5, while the whole period of their youth, and their Shabbâ´th shall be completed in shâlówm(peace, completeness, reconciliation)(18) In those days all the earth shall be cultivated in righteousness; it shall be entirely planted with trees, and filled with benediction; (19) every tree of the earth that theydesire shall be planted in it.
24 And they shall plant vines in it; and the vine that shall be planted in it shall yield fruit to satiety and each one of them shall produce a thousand jars of wine, and every seed, which shall be sown in it, shall produce for one measure a thousand; and one measure of olives shall produce ten presses of oil.
25(20) And You, cleanse the earth from all oppression, from all violence, from all sin, from all irreverence, and from all the evil that is committed upon it, and make them disappear from the earth.
26(21) Then shall all the sons of ’Âthâ´m become righteous, and all nations shall adore Me, shall direct themselves in prayer to Me and praise Me.
27(22) And the earth shall be clean from all corruption, from every sin, from all punishment, and from all suffering, and I will not again sendplagues upon the earth, from generation to generation nor for all the ages.
28(11: 1) And in those days I will open the treasures of blessing which are in heaven, in order that I may cause them to descend upon earth, and upon all the works and labor of man.
29(11: 2) And the shâlówm (peace, completeness, reconciliation) andthe Truth shall associate with the sons of ’Âthâ´m all the days of the world, in every age of it.
(No Chapter 11)
Chapter 12
1 Before all these things Chanówkh was concealed; and there was no son of ’Âthâ´m who knew where he was concealed, where he had been, or what had happened to him.
2 He passed his days with the pure ones, and did all of his activity with the Watchers.
Thus I, Chanówkh, was starting to bless Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of the Majesty, the King of the ages,
4 And look! The Watchers called me “Chanówkh the scribe”.
5 Then Yâ-hwéh said to me: (4)
Chanówkh, scribe of Righteousness, go tell the Watchers of heaven who have deserted the heights of the sky, their pure everlasting station, andwho have polluted themselves with women,
And have done as the sons of ’Âthâ´m do, by taking to themselves wives, and have forged a great work of corruption on the earth; and let them know
7(5) That there shall not be any shâlówm (peace, completeness, reconciliation) or redemption from their sin for them. (6)And as they rejoiced for their offspring; they shall look at the slaughter of their beloved; and they shall lament for the destruction of their sons and shall petition forever; but there shall not be any mercy or shâlówm for them.
Chapter 13
1 Then Chanówkh, passing on, said to ‘Asa’el:
“You shall not obtain shâlówm (peace, completeness, reconciliation). A great sentence is gone forth against you. It shall bind you;
2 Neither shall there be for you any truce, mercy, nor intercession, on account of the unrighteousness that you have taught;
3 And on account of every act of irreverence, violence, and sin, which you have taught to the sons of ’Âthâ´m.”
4 (3) Then departing from him I spoke to them all together;
5 And they all feared and became terrified, and trembling seized them;
6 (4) Beseeching me to write for them a petition, that they might obtain forgiveness for their sins; and that I might make the memorial of their prayer ascend up before the Sovereign Yâ-hwéh the mighty Ones (’Elohíym) in heaven; (5) because they could not themselves thenceforwards address Him, nor raise up their eyes to heaven on account of the shame for the offenses for which they were judged.
7(6) Then I wrote a memorial of their prayer and all their supplications for their lives, for everything that they had done, and for the subject of their plea, that there might be forgiveness and long life for them.
8(7) Proceeding on, I continued over the waters of Dan in the land ofDan, which is south of Chermówn to the west of it, and I was reading the scroll where I noted their petitions, until I fell asleep.
9(8) And look! A dream came to me, and visions appeared above me,until I lifted my eyes to the gates of the palace of the heavens and I saw a vision of punishment, and a voice came and told me:
Tell it to the sons of heaven, and reprove them.
(9) When I awoke I went to them. All being collected together sat weeping in the Fountain of the Weeping, which is situated between Lvânówn and Sníyr,(11) with their faces veiled.
(11) Lvânówn and Sníyr. Lebanon and the Amorite name for Mount Hermon (near Damascus).
10 I related in their presence all the visions that I had seen, and my dream,
11 And began to utter these words of righteousness and of vision, reproving the Watchers of heaven:
Chapter 14
1 This is the Scroll of The Words of Righteousness, and of The Reproof of The Watchers, whoarefrometernity, according to that which He, Who is pure and great, commanded in the vision. (2) I perceived in my dream what I am now speaking with the tongue of flesh and with my breath, which the Power has put into the mouth of men, that they might converse with it,
2 And for them to understand with the heart. As Yâ-hwéh has created and granted to sons of ’Âthâ´m the privilege of comprehending the Word of understanding, so He has created and granted to me the privilege of reproving the Watchers, the offspring of heaven. (3)Watchers: I have written your petition; and in my vision it has been shown me, that what you request will not be granted to you as long as the world endures.
3 Judgment has been passed upon you: it will not be granted you,
4 For from this time forward, you shall never ascend into heaven, (5)because He has said that He will bind you in the prisons of the earth, as long as the age endures.
5(6) But before these things you shall look at the destruction of all ofyour beloved sons, and the riches of your beloved ones and of your sonsyou shall not possess, rather they shall fall before you by the sword of destruction.
6(7) So neither shall your plea for them, nor for yourselves be granted
7 likewise: despite your tears and prayers you will receive nothing whatever contained in the writing that I have written.
8 A vision appeared to me thus:
9 Look! In that vision clouds invited me and a fog called me; and flashes of lightning and thunders impelled and pressed me forwards, while the winds in the vision made me fly, lifting me into the heights,
10 They elevated me aloft to the heavens. (9) I proceeded in, until I arrived at a wall of a building built with pelting icerocks, surroundedand enclosed completely with flames of fire, which began to frighten me.
11(10) I entered through these flames of fire, until
12 I drew nigh to a spacious house built also with stones of pelting icerocks, whose walls were like sheets of stone, all were made with snow, and the ground was made of snow. (11) Its roof was like lightning-bolts and thunder; and among them were Kruwvíym of fire in a stormy sky. (12) A burning flame surrounded all its wallscompletely; and its doors were made of blazing fire. (13) When I entered into this dwelling, it was hot as fire and cold as ice. In it were none of the pleasures of life. It consumed me in fear, and a fearful shaking seized me.
13(14) Violently agitated and trembling, I fell upon my face, and avision was revealed to me:
14(15) And here I saw a door which opened before me, and there was another house more spacious than the former, erected all of flames of fire.
15(16) All of it exceeded the other one in splendor, honor, and majesty, and in magnitude, that I cannot describe to you either the splendor or the extent of it.
16(17) Its floor was made of fire; and its superior parts were made of thunders and lightnings, and its roof was made of blazing fire.
17(18) It was uncovered for me and I saw that it contained an exalted throne;
18 The appearance of which was like that of crystal, and whose circumference resembled the orb of the brilliant luminary; and I had aview of the Kruwvíym.
19 Over this mighty throne, rivers of flaming fire issued.
20 And I could not bear to look towards there.
21(20) The Great Worth was seated in the throne,
22 Whose robe was more brilliant than the luminary orb, and whiter than any snow.
23(21) No envoy was capable of penetrating to view the Face of Him, the Radiance and the Irradiator [`Ivríym 1: 3]; nor could any mortal look at Him. (22) A fire was flaming around Him.
24 A fire also of great extent continued to rise up before Him; so that not one of those who surrounded Him was capable of approaching Him, and the ten-thousand times ten-thousands who were before Him, though for Him pure consultation was needless [Romans 11: 34, Eph. 1: 11]. (23) Yet the purities of the pure ones who were near Him, did not go away from Him either by night or by day; nor did they separate from Him [MattithYâ´huw 18: 10]. (24) I until this moment was prostrated on my face, trembling, then Yâ-hwéh with His ownmouth called me, saying:
Approach hither, Chanówkh, and listen to My pure Word.
25 And one of the pure ones came to me, awoke me, making me get up and draw near even to the entrance and my eye was directed to the ground.
Chapter 15
1 Then addressing me, He responded and spoke to me and I heard His voice:
Hear, and do not be afraid, O righteous Chanówkh, you scribe of Righteousness: approach hither, and hear My voice. (2) Go; say to the Watchers of heaven, who have sent you to pray for them:
You ought to pray for men, and not men for you.
2 (3) ‘Wherefore have you forsaken the lofty and pure heaven, which endures forever, and have lain with women; have defiled yourselves with the daughters of ’Âthâ´m and have taken to yourselves wives like the sons of the earth, and have procreated giants?
3 (4) ‘You being spiritual pure ones, living a life which is eternal, have polluted yourselves with the blood of women; and have procreated with the blood of the flesh andlike the sons of ’Âthâ´m have lusted after flesh and blood as do
4 ‘those who die and perish.
‘Therefore have I given to them wives, that they might impregnate them and to procreate sons from them and so that they might not beabsent upon the earth.
‘But as to you, ye were from the beginning made spiritual, living an eternal life, immortal for all the generations of the world.
‘Therefore I did not make wives for you, because, being spiritual, your dwelling is in heaven.
‘Now the giants, who have been born of spirit and of flesh, shall be called upon earth ‘evil spirits’, and their habitation shall be on earth.(9) Evil spirits shall proceed from their flesh, because they were born of humans and their beginning and their primary foundation was from the pure Watchers. The evil spirits shall be upon the earth, and they shall be called ‘the spirits of the wicked’. (10) The habitation of the spirits of heaven shall be in heaven; but upon earth shall be the habitation of terrestrial spirits, who were procreated on the earth.(12)
(12) Note the many implications of vv. 3-8 regarding the origin of evil spirits. Note that they stay (dwell) upon the surface of the earth, and are made reference to in Disclosure and some other end-time predictions.
9 (11) ‘The spirits of the giants, shall be like tyrants,(13) which shallafflict, oppress, invade, combat, and destroy upon the earth and
(13) The meaning of Nphilíym is fellers, bullies, and tyrants.
10 ‘They shall cause lamentation. Though they shall not eat, they shall be hungry and thirsty [Luwqá’ 11: 24],and they shall cause damage, andthese spirits shall rise up against the sons of ’Âthâ´m, and against thewomen, for they come forth from them during the days of slaughter and destruction.
Chapter 16
‘After the death of the giants, when their spirits depart from their bodies, their flesh [race] shall be destroyed before the judgment(14). Thus shall they perish, until the day of the great consummation of the great judgment in which the age shall end for the Watchers and the irreverent and ye shall be totally consumed.’
(14) Their flesh shall be destroyed before the judgment(Knibb, p. 102). If they had died in the flood, we would find fossils of them, or the flood would have been attributable to their evil and not man’s. “Flesh” in scripture is the term for “race” also, and 15:10 states that these evil spirits will come forth from women then before the judgment. This will likely be by implanted clones, which have no innate soul, but can harbor such a disembodied evil spirit.
So now to the Watchers, who have sent you to pray for them that in another age they might inhabit the heavens,
In heaven have you been; however, secret things have not been revealed to you; you have not known but a reprobated secret,
And this you have related to women by the hardness of your heart, and by that secret have women and mankind multiplied evils upon the earth.
5 (4) Say to them:
Never therefore shall you obtain shâlówm (peace, completeness, reconciliation).
Chapter 17
Sh’ówl tour (Chapters 17-31)
1 They raised me up into a certain place, where the inhabitants had the appearance of a burning fire; and when they pleased they assumed the likeness of men.
2 They carried me to the house of the tempest, upon a mountain, the top of which reaches unto the skies.
3 And I saw the mansions of the luminaries and the stores of the stars and the thunder at the extremities of the abyss where it was deepest. That is where there was the bow of fire, and its arrows in their quiver,the sword of fire, and every species of lightning.
4 Then they carried me to the waters of life, and unto the fire of the west, which received all the settings of the luminary orb. (5) I came unto a river of fire, whose flames flowed like water, and emptied itself into the great sea westwards.
5(6) I saw all of the great rivers, until I arrived at a great darkness, and I went towards where all of flesh migrate [Sh’ówl]; (7) and I looked at the mountains of the gloom of winter, and the place towards which all the waters of the abyss flow.
6(8) I saw also the mouths of all the rivers in the world, and the mouth of the abyss.
Chapter 18
1 I then surveyed the receptacles of all the winds, perceiving that they contributed to adorn the whole creation, and the Foundation of the earth.
2 I surveyed the Stone, which is the Cornerstone of the earth.
3 I also looked at the four winds, which bear up the earth, and the firmament of heaven.
4(3) And I saw how the winds extended the veil of the heavens in the heights,
And how they hold their post between the heavens and the earth, constituting the pillars of heaven.
6(4) I saw the winds that cause rotation, which cause the orb of the luminary and of all the stars to set; (5) and over the earth I saw the winds that support the clouds.
7 I saw the path of the envoys.
8 In the confines of the earth, I perceived the firmament of heaven above it. (6) Then I passed on towards the south;
And I saw a place where burnt, both by day and night, sevenmountains formed of splendid stones; three towards the east, and three towards the south (midday),
10 (7) This wayOf those that were towards the east, one was of a multicolor stone; one was of pearls, and the other of antimony, andthose towards the south were of a red stone. (8) The middle one reached to heaven like the throne of Yâ-hwéh, a throne composed of alabaster, and the top part of the throne was of sapphire. (9) I saw, too, a blazing Fire hanging over all the mountains.
11 (10) And I saw a place opposite of a great territory, and there the waters were collected.
The prison of the envoys that deceive Christianity (also seen in Chapter 21)
12 (11) Then I was shown a fountain from a profound abyss between columns of heavenly fire,
13 And I saw radiating6 within them [the heavenly columns] columns of fire which descended to the bottom and whose height and depth were immeasurable; (12) Below this abyss also I perceived a place, which had neither the firmament of heaven above it, nor the solid ground underneath it; neither was there water above it; nor anything on wing; instead, the spot was desolate and terrifying.
14 (13) And there I looked at seven stars, like great blazing mountains, and when I inquired about this,
15 (14) The envoy said to me:
“This place is the limits of the heavens and earth; it has come to be the prison of the stars, and of the host of heaven.
16 The stars that roll upon the fire are those that transgressed the commandment of Yâ-hwéh before their time arrived, for they came not in their proper season. (16) Therefore was He irritated with them, and bound them, until the period of the consummation of their crimes in the secret year.”
Chapter 19
1 Then Tsuwriy’Ë´l said to me:
“Here shall be the envoys who have cohabited with women by their own accord;
Their spirits, assuming many diverse appearances have corrupted themselves and caused the sons of ’Âthâ´m to err; so that they make slaughter-offerings to adversaries as to the mighty Ones (’Elohíym), until the Great Day of judgment, in which they shall be judged, and they shall meet their end; (2) whereas their wives, who were seduced by the Watchers, shall be consoled.”
3 And I, Chanówkh, I alone saw the likeness of the end of all things. Yet not any human being did see it, as I saw it.
Chapter 20
1 These are the names of the envoys who watch.
2 `Uwriy’Ë´l, one of the envoys of the Pure One, called the one over thunder and terror.
3 Rphâ’Ë´l, another of the envoys of the Pure One, the one over the spirits of men.
4 R`uw’Ë´l, another of the envoys of the Pure One, who avenges the world and the luminaries.
5 Miykhâ’Ë´l, Another of the Envoys of the Pure One, Who is entrusted with the better part of humanity and the people.
6 Tsuwriy’Ë´l, another of the envoys of the Pure One, entrusted with the spirits of the sons of ’Âthâ´m that transgress in spirit.
7 Gavriy’Ë´l, another of the envoys of the Pure One, entrusted over paradise(15), the serpents, and the Kruwvíym.
(15) Paradise (Pardë´ç) is an `Ivríyth word meaning “orchard-park” and specifically refers to the garden of `Ë´then.
Rmmiy’Ë´l, another of the envoys of the Pure One, the one who Yâ-hwéh has entrusted with the resurrected.
Chapter 21
The 4 envoys deceiving Christianity (Disclosure 7: 1-29: 14-15) and their prisons: Lake of fire, and the Torments of Sh’ówl during the Day of Wrath
1 Then I returned to the place where all was chaotic. [Lake of Fire (18: 12-16)]
2 And there I saw something horrible: I did not see neither a heavenbeing exalted, nor a firmly founded earth, instead a formless and terrible place! [18: 13]
3 There, too, I saw four stars of heaven bound in it together, like great mountains, and blazing like a fire. (4) I exclaimed:
“For what species of crime have they been bound, and why have they been cast to this place?”
(5) Then `Uwriy’Ë´l, the watcher, and the Pure One Who was with me, and who led me, answered:
“Chanówkh, why do you ask; why do you reason with yourself, and anxiously inquire? (6) These are those of the stars that have transgressed the commandment of Yâ-hwéh; and are bound here, until the infinite number of the days of their crimes be completed.”
4 (7) From there I afterwards passed on to another even moreterrifying place,
5 Where I saw something horrible: the operation of a great fire blazing and flaming, in the midst of which there was a division. It was filled with descending columns of fire deep into the abyss, but I was neither able to discover its measurement nor magnitude; nor could I perceive its origin. (8) Then I exclaimed,
“How terrible is this place, and how difficult to explore!”
6 (9) `Uwriy’Ë´l, the watcher and the Pure One Who was with me, answered and said:
“Chanówkh, why are you alarmed and amazed?”
I responded:
It is at this terrifying place, and at the sight of this suffering.”
(10) “This,”
he said,
“is the prison of the envoys; and here they shall be kept for the age.”[18: 12-16]
Chapter 22
1 From there I proceeded to another spot, where I saw on the west a great and lofty mountain made of a strong Rock, (2) and there were there four deep pits,
2 Internally they were deep, capacious, and very smooth; and I said:
How smooth these holes are, and how deep and dark they look!”
3 Then Rphâ’Ë´l the Watcher, and the Pure One who were with me, answered me saying:
“These cavities have been formed with the following purpose: that the spirits of the souls of the dead may be collected; and that here all the souls of the sons of ’Âthâ´m will be collected.
Thus these are the pits that will serve as their prison: (4) These are made for this, until the day of their great judgment,
5 At the appointed time, which shall be done to them on the Last Day.”
(5) And I saw the spirit of a son of ’Âthâ´m who was dead accusing; and his lament reached to heaven, while he was shouting and accusing.
6 Then I inquired of Rphâ’Ë´l, the Watcher, and the pure [envoy] who was with me, and said:
“Whose spirit is that, who accuses such that the voice of it reaches to heaven, shouting and accusing?”
7 He answered, saying:
“This is the spirit which came out of Hével who was slain by Qáyin his brother; and who will accuse that brother, until his seed be destroyed from the face of the earth;
8 Until his seed perish from the seed of the human race.”
Sh’ówl: separation according to population
9 (8) At that time therefore I inquired, observing all the pits, saying:
“Why are they separated from each other?”
(9) He answered:
These three separations have been made so that the souls of the dead may be separate, and thus has a [first] division been made for the souls of the righteous,
10 Which is by a chasmliving water, and by a light source.
11 (10) And in the same way likewise are sinners separated [in a second division] when they die, and are buried in the earth, when judgment does not overtake them during their lifetime. [Prejudgment Christians]
12 (11) Here their souls shall be placed separate for this their abundant suffering, until the Day of the Great Judgment, and it is the castigation and the torment of those [who constantly curse], whose souls [are punished and bound there,] who deserve such retribution for their lives for the age.
13 (12) And thus has it been from the beginning of the world. Thus has there been prepared a [third] separation for the souls of those who present their complaints, and of those who denounce their destruction, when they were slaughtered in the days of the sinners.
14 (13) Also a [fourth] receptacle of this sort has been formed for the souls of men who were not righteous, but sinners; for those who are transgressors, and accomplices of the transgression, whom they resemble. Their souls shall not be annihilated in the Day of Judgment; neither shall they arise from this place.” [Disclosure 20: 5]
(14) Then I blessed Yâ-hwéh the mighty Ones (’Elohíym),
15 And said:
“Blessed be the righteous judgment and blessed be my Sovereign Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of Majesty and of justice, Who reigns over all the world.”
Chapter 23
1 From there I went to another place, towards the west, unto the extremities of the earth.
2 Where I was shown a fire blazing and running along without cessation, which didn’t interrupt its course neither by day nor by night; but continued always the same.
3 I inquired, saying:
“What is this, which never ceases?”
4 Then R`uw’Ë´l answered,
5 And said:
The function of this blazing fire, which you see running towards the west, is to guide all the luminaries of heaven.”
Chapter 24
Pardë´ç (“Paradise”) [Orchard-Park (`Ë´then)]
1 I went from there to another place, and was shown a mountain: the ground between them was of fire burning and flaming both by day and night. (2) I proceeded towards it; and perceived seven splendid mountains, which were all different from each other.
2 Their stones were precious and beautiful, and all were splendid, of awesome appearance and beautiful aspect. Three mountains were towards the east, and strengthened by being placed one against another; and three were towards the south, strengthened in a similar manner, one under the next. There were likewise deep and tortuousvalleys, which did not approach each other. (3) And the seventh mountain was in the midst of them, exceeding them all in height resembling the seat of a throne, and fragrant trees surrounded them.
3 (4) Among these there was a tree of a perfume I had never smelled; and of none of those which were in `Ë´then was there one of all the fragrant trees which smelled like this. Its leaf, its flower, and its bark never withered, and its fruit was beautiful.
4 Its fruit resembled the cluster of the date palm. (5) I exclaimed:
“Look! What a beautiful tree! It is beautiful in aspect, pleasing in its leaf, and the sight of its fruit is delightful to the eye.”
(6) Then Miykhâ’Ë´l, the Watcher and the Pure One who was with me and Who presided over those trees, answered me,
5 (25: 1) And He said:
Chanówkh, why do you inquire respecting the odor of this tree?
And why are you inquisitive to know the truth about it?
7 (25: 2) Then I, Chanówkh, replied to Him, and said:
“I am desirous to learn about everything, but particularly concerning this tree.”
8 (25: 3) He answered me, saying:
That mountain which you have seen, and whose peak resembles the throne of the mighty Ones, will be the seat on which shall sit the great pure One, the Sovereign of Worth, the everlasting King, when He shall come and descend to visit the earth with goodness.
9 (25: 4) But it is not permitted for any one of the flesh to touch that tree of an agreeable smell, until the period of the great judgment when He shall avenge everything and He will bring all things to theirconsummation forever, and this shall then be bestowed on the righteous and humble. (25: 5) The fruit of the tree shall be given to the elect for nutrition because towards the north life shall be transplanted to the pure place, to the temple of Yâ-hwéh, the everlasting King.
10 (25: 6) Then shall they greatly rejoice and exult. They shall enter in the pure place and the sweet fragrance shall penetrate their bones; and they shall live a long life on the earth suchand as your forefathers have lived; But in their days sorrow, distress, trouble, and punishment shall not afflict them.
11 (25: 7) And I blessed the Yâ-hwéh, Sovereign of Worth, the everlasting King, because He has prepared this tree for the pure ones, formed it, and declared that He would give it to them.
Chapter 25 (26)
Sh’ówl: distinction by water
1 From there I proceeded to the middle of the earth, and looked at a happy and fertile spot, which contained branches continually sprouting from the trees, which were planted in it. (26: 2) There I sawthe pure mountain, and from underneath it water flowed out on the eastern side, which flowed towards the south. (26: 3) I saw also on the east another mountain as high as that; and between them there was a deep and narrow canyon,
2 in which the water ran which flowed from the mountain. (26: 4) To the west of this was another mountain, lower than the former, of low elevation, and below it, between the two,
3 There was a deep and dry narrow canyon, and another deep and dry canyon between the three mountains. (26: 5) All these were narrow deep gulches consisted of a hard rock, did not have trees planted in them. (26: 6) And I wondered at the mountains and was amazed at the valleys, being extremely intrigued.
Chapter 26 (27)
Sh’ówl for rebellious Christians (Second division 22: 11)
1 Then I said:
“Why is this land blessed and full of lofty trees, but between them are these accursed canyons?”
2 Then `Uwriy’Ë´l, the pure Watcher who was with me, replied and said:
“This accursed gulch is for those who are accursed for the age. Here shall be gathered all who with their mouths utter unfitting words against Yâ-hwéh and speak harsh things of His Worth, here shall they be gathered, and here shall be their place of judgment.
3 In the latter days an example of judgment shall be made of them in righteousness before the pure ones; while those who have received mercy shall forever, all their days, bless Yâ-hwéh the Sovereign of Worth and the everlasting King.
4 Yet at the period of judgment on the former ones, these shall bless Him for His mercy, as He has reserved it to them.”
(27: 5) Then I blessed Yâ-hwéh the Sovereign of Worth, addressing Him, and I praised His Greatness.
Chapter 27 (28)
1 From there I proceeded towards the east to the middle of the mountain range of the desert, and I saw the wilderness: it was deserted, and
2 It was full of trees and plants of the seed alluded to; and (27: 2) water sprang down upon it from above.
3 Gathering like a wide river, which flowed towards the northeast,carrying the water and the dew everywhere.
Chapter 28 (29)
1 Then I went to another place in the desert, and I went far awaytowards the east of that place.
2 There I looked at wild trees, which exuded the sweet-smelling perfumes of incense and myrrh, similar to nuts.
3 (30: 1) And beyond them, I went far towards the east, and
Chapter 29 (30)
1 I likewise saw another place with valleys of plentiful water,
Where I perceived aromatic sweet canes, which resembled the mastic tree.
3 And towards the sides of these valleys I saw cinnamon of a sweet fragrance. And beyond those valleys I went away towards the east.
Chapter 30 (31)
1 Other mountains were shown to me and also in them I saw trees, from which resin flowed like a nectar, whose name was tsaru, and galbanum. (31: 2) And beyond this mountain all of the trees were full of resin of Aloe,
which resembled the bark of the almond trees, (31: 3) and when these trees are peeled, a strong perfumed odor is emitted, and when their barks are ground, they are superior to any perfume.
Chapter 31 (32)
`Ë´then (Pardë´ç)
1 After these things, beyond those mountains, towards the northeast of them, I was shown [seven] other mountains replete with pure nard, odoriferous trees, cardamom and pepper.
2 From there I continued eastwards beyond all those mountains, far from them, to the east of the earth, and was carried over the Sea of Reeds. And I was distanced far beyond it, I passed over the darkness, far from it, [along above the envoy Zateel,] (32: 3) and was carried beside the Pardë´ç of righteousness, and trees within it were shown to me from afar, trees excessive in number and large, different from each other.
I saw one tree that was different from all of the rest, very large, beautiful and magnificent, the tree of knowledge, of which if any one eats, he becomes endowed with great wisdom.
4 It was like as tall as a fir tree, its leaves resembled those of the carob tree and bearing fruit that resembled extremely fine grapes; and its fragrance extended to a considerable distance. (32: 5) and I exclaimed:
“How beautiful is this tree, and how attractive is its appearance!”
5 (32: 6) Then pure Rmmiy’Ë´l, the Watcher and the pure who was with me, answered and said:
“This is the tree of knowledge, of which your ancient father and your aged mother ate, and who, obtaining knowledge, their eyes were opened, and understood themselves to be naked, and were expelled from the garden.”
Chapter 32 (33)
1 From there I went on towards the boundaries of the land; where I saw large beasts different from each other, and birds various in their countenances and forms, as well as with notes of different sounds.
2 To the east of these beasts I perceived the extremities of the land, where heaven rests, and where the gates of heaven open, (33: 3) and I saw the stars of the heavens rise forth, and I numbered the sorties of each one of them as they proceeded out of the gate, and wrote them all down, as they came out one by one according to their number, their names, their course and position, and according to their season and month, as the envoy `Uwriy’Ë´l, who was with me, pointed them out to me.
3 (33: 4) He showed and wrote them all down for me, including
4 writing down for me their names, their regulations, and their operations. (Scroll of the Revolutions of the Luminaries of heaven: Chapters 71-79)
Chapter 33 (34)
1 From there I was transported to the northern boundaries of the land,
2 And there I was shown great works:
3 (34: 2) I saw three open gates of the heavens; through each of them proceed the northern winds, and when they blow there is cold, pelting icerocks, frost, snow, dew, and rain.
4 (34: 3) If they proceed from only one of the gates they blew mildly; but when they blew from the other two gates, it was with violence and calamity over the earth because they blow strongly.
Chapter 34 (35)
1 From there I went to the western extremities of the land;
2 Where I perceived three gates of the heavens open, the same number of gates and sorties as I had seen in the east.
Chapter 35 (36)
1 Then I was transported to the southern extremities of the earth, where I was shown its three gates open to the southern wind, for the dew, the rain, and the wind.
And from there I was transported to the eastern extremities of the heavens, where I saw three eastern heavenly gates open, which had smaller gates above them. (36: 3) through each of these small gates pass the stars of heaven and proceed by a course traced for them towards the west [and that at every period].
3 (36: 4) When I saw this, I blessed Yâ-hwéh the Sovereign of Worth all the time, and I shall continue blessing the Sovereign of Worth, Who had made those great and splendid signs, in order to display the magnificence of His works to the envoys, to the spirits, and to the sons of ’Âthâ´m; and that these might honor that work and all His creation;that these might see the effect of His Force; that these might praise the great labor of His hands; and bless Him forever.
(No Chapter 36)
Scroll of the Parables
Chapter 37
1 The vision which he saw, the second vision of wisdom, which Chanówkh saw, the son of Yéred, the son of Mahalal’Ë´l, the son of Qëynâ´n, the son of ’Enówsh, the son of Shëth, the son of ’Âthâ´m. (2) This is the beginning of the words of wisdom, which I received to speak to and say to those who dwell upon earth,
“Listen, men from the beginning, and understand to the end, the Words of the Pure One, which I utter in the presence of the Sovereign of spirits!”
(3) It was good to speak it to those of yesteryear,
2 But let not us obstruct the beginning of wisdom to those who come after. (4) Until the present such wisdom has never before been granted by the Sovereign of spirits, but I have received it according my discernment, according to the pleasure of the Sovereign of spirits;thanks to Whom I have received from Him a portion of life eternal.
3 And three parables have been communicated to me, and I have raised my voice to relate them to the inhabitants of the world.
  1. The First Parable: Chapters 38-44
  2. The Second Parable: Chapters 45-55
  3. The Third Parable: Chapters 56-68
Chapter 38
Parable the first. When the assembly of the righteous shall be manifested and the sinners shall be judged for their sins, and be expelled from the face of the earth,
2 When the Righteous One shall appear [6th Seal] in the sight of the righteous, of the chosen whose works depend on the Sovereign of spirits; and when the Light shines for the righteous and the elect who dwell on earth, where will the habitation of sinners then be? [Outside the Kingdom] And where shall be the place of rest for those who have reneged against the Sovereign of spirits? [Burning pit of Sh’ówl (89: 35-37)] It would have been better for them, had they never been born.[Márquwç 14: 21]
3 Also when the Secret of the Righteous One shall be completed(16)[7th Trumpet], then shall sinners be judged, and irreverent men shall be expelled from the presence of the righteous and the elect.
(16) the secrets of the righteous shall be revealed (source text)Correction based on context and scriptures.
4 From that moment on, those who possess the earth shall cease to be powerful and elected any more, nor shall they be capable of looking at the countenances of the pure ones; for it shall be the Light of the Sovereign of spirits that will shine on the face of the pure, the righteous, and the elect.
5 Then the kings and the mighty shall be destroyed; and be delivered into the hands of the righteous and the pure.
6 Nor thenceforwards shall any seek mercy from the Sovereign of spirits for them, because their mortal lives will have been met its end.
Chapter 39
And it shall occur in those days that the sons of the elect and pureshall descend from the heights of the heavens, and their Seed[Yâhuwshúa`] shall then be united with the sons of ’Âthâ´m. (2) Chanówkh received the scrolls of the indignation and the wrath, and the scrolls of the anguish and the exile.
2 “Never shall they obtain mercy”,
said the Sovereign of spirits.
And a cloud then covered me, and the wind lifted me above the surface of the earth, placing me at the extremity of the heavens.
4 There I saw another vision; I saw the place where the pure ones inhabit and the place of rest of the righteous. (5) There Icontemplated with my eyes their dwellings among the envoys of righteousness, and their places of rest among the pure ones. As they were supplicating and praying for the sons of ’Âthâ´m, righteousness sprang up like water among them, and mercy was scattered on themlike dew on the earth, for centuries upon centuries.
5 In that place with my eyes I saw the Elect One of Righteousness and of the beliefRighteousness shall prevail in His days and
6 countless shall be the number of the righteous and the chosen before Him forever and forever.
7 I saw their residence under the wings of the Sovereign of spirits. All the righteous and the elect shall shine before Him like a scintillation of fire, their mouths shall be full of blessings, and their lips shall honor the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits. And righteousness and the Truth shall not fail before Him.
8 There was I desirous of remaining, and my spirit longed for that habitation. There was my antecedent inheritance; thus and how had been established for me before the Sovereign of spirits.
9 At that time I praised and extolled the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits with blessing and praise, because He has destined me for blessing and honor, according to the good pleasure of the Sovereign of spirits.
10 My eyes observed that place for a long time, and I blessed Him andpraised Him saying:
“Blessed is He, and may He be blessed from the beginning and forever! (11) Before Him is no resignation, He knows since before the world’s creation
11 what is forever, and what shall be from generation to generation. (12) Those who do not sleep bless You, they stand before Your Worth, blessing, honoring, and exalting You, saying: ‘Pure pure, pure, is Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits, He fills the whole world with spirits!’”
12 (13) There my eyes looked there at all those who do not sleep,(17)standing before Him and bless Him, saying:
“Blessed be You, and blessed be the name of Yâ-hwéh the Sovereign of the spirits for the ages of the ages!”
(14) Then my view was changed, until I was incapable of seeing them.
(17) These who do not sleep but stand before Him are the Srâphíym, the Kruwvíym, and ’Ophânníym (70: 9)
Chapter 40
1 After this I saw thousands of thousands, and ten-thousands of ten-thousands, and an innumerable and multitude impossible to calculate, which are sustained before the Sovereign of spirits.
And on the four sides of the Sovereign of spirits, I saw four presences different from those who do not sleep and I learned their names, because the envoy, who goes with me, let me know them, and revealed to me every secret thing.
3 Then I heard the voices of those four presences and how they pronounced praises before the Sovereign of Worth.
4 The first voice blessed the Sovereign of spirits for the ages of the ages.
5 The second voice I heard blessing the Elect One, and the elect ones who depend on the Sovereign of spirits.
6 The third voice I heard praying and interceding for those who dwell upon earth that supplicate by the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits.
7 The fourth voice I heard expelling the adversaries, and preventing them from entering into the presence of the Sovereign of spirits, to accuse the inhabitants of the earth of His.
8 After this I asked the envoy of peace who went with me and explained all that was concealed to me, saying to him:
“Who are those four presences which I have seen, and whose words I have heard and written down?
(9) He replied:
“The First, the merciful and very patient, is Miykhâ’Ë´l.
9 The second is he who is assigned over the sicknesses and all of the wounds of the sons of ’Âthâ´m, is Rphâ’Ë´l. The third, who is assignedover all the powers, is Gavriy’Ë´l. And the fourth, who is assigned over the hope of those who will inherit eternal life, is called Tsuwriy’Ë´l[Pniy’Ë´l source English translation].”
(10) These are the four envoys of the Sovereign of spirits, and their four voices that I heard in those days.
Chapter 41
1 After this I saw the Secret of Yâ-hwéh and how the Kingdom is divided and of how human actions are weighed there in balances. (2)There I saw the habitations of the chosen ones, and the dwelling of the pure ones, and my eyes saw when the sinners were expelled from there because they rejected the name of the Sovereign of Worth, and they could not stay there, because of the punishment which proceeds against them from the Sovereign of spirits.
2 (3) There, too, my eyes looked at the secrets of the lightning and the thunder; and the secrets of the winds, how they are distributed as they blow over the earth: the secrets of the winds, of the dew, and of the clouds: the place from which they issued forth, and from where they saturate the dust of the earth.
3 (4) There I saw the confined space from which the winds are distributed, the store of the pelting icerocks and the wind, the store of the fog and the clouds that flutter over the earth since the beginning ofthe world.
4 (5) And I looked at the space of the luminary orb and of the moon, from whence they proceed, and towards where they return, and their splendid return, and how one became more splendid than the next; their magnificent orbit, and how they do not leave from it and loyally maintain the oath which they have made to each other; (6) the luminary orb proceeds forth first, and follows its path, in obedience to the command of the Sovereign of spirits, whose name is potent for the ages of the ages.
5 (7) After this I saw the path both the concealed and the visible path of the moon, as it completes the circuit of its path in that place day and night, and one maintains a position with the other, before the Sovereign of spirits. They give recognitions and praise without ceasing, because for them giving acknowledgment is rest. (8) The luminary orb turns frequently to bless, or to curse,
6 and the circuit of the moon’s route is blessing for the righteous and darkness for the sinners, in the name of Yâ-hwéh, Who has separated light from the darkness, and has sorted the spirits of men, and has strengthened the spirits of the righteous in the name of His own Righteousness.
7 (9) For no envoy prevents this, neither is any power capable of preventing it; because He appoints a judgment for all of them, and judges them all in His own presence.
Chapter 42
1 Wisdom7 finds not a place on earth where she can dwell; therefore her dwelling is in the heavens.
2 Wisdom went forth to dwell among the sons of ’Âthâ´m, but she did not find a place. Then Wisdom returned to her home, and has taken her seat among the envoys. (3) But iniquity has gone out of its cavesafter her return, has found those who did not seek her and resided among them, like the rain in the desert, and like the dew in a thirsty land.
Chapter 43
1 Then I saw other comets and stars of the sky and I saw how He called them all by their names and that they paid heed. (2) I saw how they were weighed in a righteous balance, according to their light, their sizes, and the day of their appearance, and how their movement generated brilliance; and I saw their path was according to the number of the envoys, and how trustworthiness is kept among them.
2 (3) Then I inquired of the envoy who proceeded with me and explained to me secret things,
“What is this?”
(4) He answered:
“the Sovereign of spirits has shown you His parable. These are the names of the pure ones who dwell upon the earth and believe in thename of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits forever and forever.”
Chapter 44
1 Another thing also I saw respecting comets; how some stars arise, and becomes comets; and are not capable of forsaking their new form.
Chapter 45
1 “This is the second parable, concerning these who reject the fellowship of the pure ones [the Virgin Remnant of Yisrâ’Ë´l], and the Sovereign of spirits [Yâ-hwéh Yâhuwshúa`].
2 Into heaven they shall not ascend, nor shall they return to the Land. This shall be the allotment of the sinners who have reneged against the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits, whom You have reserved for the day of suffering and the tribulation.”
3 “In that day shall My Elect One sit upon the throne of Worth and shall judge their works; their rest-havens shall be countless, and their spirits shall be strengthened within them when they see My Elect One, and those who have appealed to My pure and awesome name.
In that day I will cause My Elect One to dwell among them; I will change the face of heaven and will bless it, and illuminate it forever.
I will also change the face of the Land, and will bless it; and cause those whom I have elected to inhabit it; But the sinners and the wicked shall not set foot there. (6) For I have supplied and satisfied My righteous ones with shâlówm (peace, completeness, reconciliation), and I have made them live before Me; but the condemnation of sinners shall draw near8, that I may destroy them from the face of the earth.
Chapter 46
1 There I saw One to Whom belonged the Head of the days, and His Head was white like wool. With Him was Another, Whose appearance resembled that of ’Âthâ´m, and His countenance was full of favor, likethat of one of the envoys of the Pure One. (2) Then I inquired of the envoy who went with me, and who showed me every secret thing, concerning this Son of ’Âthâ´m:
“Who is He, from where did He come, and why does He go with the Head of the days?”
2 (3) He answered and said to me:
“This is the Son of ’Âthâ´m, to Whom the Righteousness belongs; with Whom the Righteousness dwells; and Who will reveal all the hidden treasures: for the Sovereign of spirits has chosen Him; and He has as His allotment the greatest dignity before the Sovereign of spirits, justly and forever.
3 (4) This Son of ’Âthâ´m, Whom you have seen, shall rouse kings and the mighty from their beds, and the powerful from their thrones; shall loosen the bridles of the powerful, and break in pieces the teeth of sinners.
4 (5) He shall overthrow kings from their thrones and their kingdoms; because they have not exalted nor praised Him, nor did they humblyrecognize from Whom their royalty was granted to them. (6) He shall change the countenance of the mighty, filling them with fear. Darkness shall be their dwelling, and worms shall be their bed; and they shall hold no hope to be raised from that bed, because they did not exalt the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits.
5 (7) These are those who condemn the stars of heaven, lift up their hands against the Most High, oppress and inhabit the earth, whose works exhibit all iniquity, whose power resides in their wealth, whose trust is in the mighty ones (’elohíym) whom they have fabricated with their own hands: They deny the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits, (8) and they persecute His congregations
6 and the trustworthy, which suffer for the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits.”
Chapter 47
1 “In those days the prayer of the pure, and the blood of the righteous, shall have ascended from the earth into the presence of the Sovereign of spirits. [Disclosure 8: 3-4]
2 In those days shall the pure ones who dwell above the heavens assemble, and with united voice petition, supplicate, praise, laud, and bless the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits, on account of the blood of the righteous which has been shed; that the prayer of the righteous may not be put off from before the Sovereign of spirits; that He would execute judgment for them (Chapter 2); and that His patience may not endure forever.”
3 At that time I looked at the Head of the Days, while He [the Son of ’Âthâ´m] sat upon the throne of His Worth, while the scroll of the living was opened in His presence, and while all His hosts which dwell in the heights of the heavens and His court stood before Him.
4 Then were the hearts of the pure ones full of joy, because the consummation of righteousness was arrived, the supplication of the pure ones heard, and the blood of the righteous denounced by the Sovereign of spirits.
Chapter 48
1 In that place I looked at the Fountain of righteousness, which never failed, encircled by many springs of wisdom. Of these all the thirsty drank, and were filled with wisdom, and dwelled with the pure, the righteous, and the elect.
2 In that hour this Son of ’Âthâ´m was named before the Sovereign of spirits, and His name was before the Head of the Days:
3 “Before the luminary orb and the signs were created, before the stars of heaven were formed, His name was pronounced in the presence of the Sovereign of spirits. (4) A Support shall He be for the righteous and the pure to lean upon without falling; and He shall be the Light of nations.
He shall be the Hope of those who suffer. (5) All those who dwell on earth, shall fall down and worship before Him, shall honor, bless Him, and sing praises to the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits.
5 (6) Therefore He has been the Elect and the One Concealed in His presence, since before the world was created, and forever,
6 (7) in His presence. [Yâhuwchânâ´n’s Glad Tidings 3: 13Songs 89: 8]The wisdom of the Sovereign of spirits has revealed Him to the pure ones and to the righteous, for He has preserved the lot of the righteous, because they have hated and rejected this world of iniquity, and have detested all its works and ways, in the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits.
For by means of His name shall they be saved and His will shall be their life. [Yâhuwchânâ´n’s Glad Tidings 6: 4020: 31(8) In those days the kings of the earth and the mighty men who have gained the world[MattithYâ´huw 16: 26] shall become humble in countenance due to the works of their hands,
for their lives shall not be saved from the day of their anguish and affliction; (9) and I shall give them over into the hands of My chosen ones.
Like hay in the fire they shall burn in the presence of the pure ones, and like lead into the water they shall sink in the presence of the righteous; Thus shall they burn in the presence of the pure, and sink in the presence of the righteous, and no trace of them shall be found.
10 But in the Day of their trouble, there shall be rest in the earth,
11 In their presence shall they fall and not be raised up again; nor shall there be any one to take them out of His hands, and to lift them up: for they have denied the Sovereign of spirits, and His Anointed. Blessed be the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits!
Chapter 48A (49)
[Two consecutive chapters are numbered “48” in the English translation.]
1 “Because before Him wisdom is springing forth like water and honor does not fail for the ages of the ages; (2) for potent is He in all the secrets of righteousness.
But iniquity shall pass away like a shadow, and shall not have a refuge, for the Elect One is standing before the Sovereign of spirits; and His Worth endures for the ages and ages; and His Force is for all the generations.
Within Him dwells the spirit of wisdom, the spirit of instruction and of discernment, the spirit of understanding and of power, the spirit of those who sleep in righteousness; (4) He is Who shall judge secret things,
and no one can utter vain words before Him; for He is the Elect One in the presence of the Sovereign of spirits, according to His will.
Chapter 49 (50)
1 “In those days the pure ones and the chosen shall undergo a change. The light of the Days shall rest upon them; and the splendor and honor shall turn towards the pure ones. [1 Qorinthíym 15: 51-53]
In the day of the affliction, when evil shall be heaped up upon the sinners, the righteous shall triumph by the name of Yâ-hwéh, the Sovereign of spirits
and shall make others testify that they can repent and renounce the works of their hands; (3) and that honor does not await them in the presence of the Sovereign of spirits; yet that by His name they may be saved, and the Sovereign of spirits will have compassion on them because great is His mercy, (4) moreover, He is righteous in His judgment, and in the presence of His Worth and in His judgment, iniquity shall not stand. In His judgment whoever does not repent shall perish before Him,
4 (5) and thenceforwards I shall not have any more mercy on them”,
said the Sovereign of spirits.


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