Why did God take Adam from the earth and move him to a special garden? Who were the 'sons of God' in Genesis Chapter Six who cohabited with women and produced the giants that roamed the ancient... More > worlds? A man with a 'writer's inkhorn' is mentioned in Ezekiel - do you know who this important man is? The Bible mentions 'two' marks not one, and God has a mark of His own. Read about the ladder that reaches into the celestial realm. An unusual army of two hundred million - who are they? What are they? Here are amazing new discoveries about the Bible from the Lost Books of Adam and Eve/Eden and Enoch.< Less
The Bible is strange and wonderful book. It's strange in the sense of some of the bizarre subjects it mentions: Genesis Chapter Six speaks about the "son's of God/fallen angels"... More > procreating with the women of earth of which the giants were the progeny thereof.
It's wonderful in the sense of its symmetry: no human being could have produced such an intricate puzzle of words.
Yet without certain of the lost books of the Apocrypha we could not hope to unlock the mysteries of Genesis and other parts of the Bible. Nor could we learn that the Bible and lost books had to have been inspired by the same person.
To my Jewish friends I beg your patience; I use the term ‘Bible’ a lot as I initially wrote this for a Christian audience. Words cannot express my profound gratitude to the Hebrew/Jewish peoples throughout history for their dedication and great sacrifice to preserve the sacred writings.< Less