I receive a lot of E-Letters
from our readers that are astounded at what I report on my web
pages. Many of them are very grateful that I have set them free
and encouraged them to read literature of antiquity and early
It is pretty obvious that
fallen angels have attempted to censor Biblical literature
over the course of Christian history, in fact wouldn't you expect
it? Justin Martyr suggested that fallen angels had infiltrated
the highest offices of the church and changed the interpretation
and the Books of the Bible. They desired to remove any evidence
of fallen angelic activity prior to and after the flood. This
is why any book that made reference to the Book of Enoch was immediately
censored. The Book of Jude and the Book of 2nd Peter where almost
left out due to their specific quotes from the Book of Enoch.
We all remember the scripture
that says, "Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by
so doing some have unwittingly entertained angels (Hebrews 13:
1)." Most people interpret this to mean "good"
angels. However, the Bible is replete with as much evidence of
fallen angelic intervention as faithful angelic influence.
The two best examples of
censorship that I can give you are: The King James Apocrypha and
the Book of Jasher.
The Apocrypha remained in
the Authorized King James version until it was taken out of the
protestant Bible by the Puritans. King James appropriated his
Apocrypha from William Tyndale whom also included the Apocrypha
in his original translation. You can still order the King James
Bible and the William Tyndale Bible with the Apocrypha in it.
All you need to do is ask.
The Book of Jasher is one of those embarrassing examples
of a book that is quoted in the Bible as verifying and setting
Biblical standards but is not found in the Canon.
The Book of Jubilees is one of my favorite books of antiquity;
without this book, I never would have located the Garden of Eden
nor understood what Moses did during his absent years from Egypt.
Did you know that the Book of Jubilees and the Book of Enoch have
always been canon since the time of Christ in the Ethiopian Bible?
Enoch I and Enoch II are must reading for the student of church history.
These are my favorite books. Here is where I discovered the Grigori,
Watchers, Nephilim, Gibborim, Phoenixes, Chalkidri, and the ten
classes of good and bad angels.
Enoch I (Coptic) is incomplete without reading Enoch
This is must reading for any theologian or exorcist.
My writings seem unbelievable
to some, but I only synthesis what I read. I never speculate.
There is no need to speculate because the information is sensational
enough on its own. Everything that I write I document and give
I read the Bible, attended
Bible study, studied under some of the greatest Bible teachers
in this country and was unable to find out who the giants were
and where they came. I went to Bible College, received a Masters
of Christian Education and a Doctorate of Ministry in Christian
Education and never heard a discerning word about demons, fallen
angels, the order of angels, exorcism or deliverance.
After reading the Canonized
Bible, I only knew three names of angels (Michael, Gabriel, and
Rafael), that we entertain them unaware, and that we shouldn't
worship them. After reading the church books of antiquity, I knew
more about angels then after 33 years of being a Christian. Hopefully
this guide will help you advance as it did me to Christianity
101. To learn how to put this knowledge into service listen to
my message on Warfare
in the Heavenlies 101 and 102.
Note on the Apocrypha: The
term Apocrypha is used to designate a collection of ancient Jewish
writings which were written between 250 B.C.E. and the early Christian
centuries. The Apocryphal books have come to be regarded as inspired
Scriptures in the theology of the Roman Catholic Church. They
were declared to be authoritative scripture at the Council of
Both the William Tyndale
Bible and the Authorized King James Bible included the Apocrypha
in their original publications.
In addition to the Apocrypha,
the Pseudepigrapha is ascribed to Jewish and Christian.
sectarian literature (Josephus) scrolls from the Cumran Caves
(Dead Seas Scrolls) and a wide variety of other ancient writings
provide helpful understanding of the Bible.
Personally, I do not understand
why Protestants follow the canonization of the Bible that was
set down by the Roman Catholic curia. Isn't that what led to all
the apostacy and idolatry that the Reformation was supposed to
address. Speaking as an ex-Roman Catholic, I have tried to find
my roots in the Body of Christ in the church that existed prior
to the Council of Nicea (345 A.D.) and the Reformation. The last
Chapter of the Book of Revelation says not to add to 'this book';
well then, stop adding and subtracting to it.
There has been a deliberate
dumbing down of the Body of Chirst, eliminating the Apocrypha,
Pseudepigrapha, and sectarian literature is only the tip of the
You need to read it for
yourself. Get a Septuagint, get a Kings James with the Apocrypha,
get yourself a good Interlineal Hebrew/Greek Bible, get yourself
a good King James Study Bible, Bible Dictionary, Strongs Concordance,
and other study helps and find out for yourself that I am correct.
The Bible is under attack from within and without by fallen angelic