The Book of Enoch

Chapter 13

13:1 “Then Enoch, passing on, said to Azazyel: You shall not obtain peace. A great sentence is gone forth against you. He shall bind you;”
13:2 “Neither shall relief, mercy, and supplication be yours, on account of the oppression which you have taught;”
13:3 “And on account of every act of blasphemy, tyranny, and sin, which you have discovered to the children of men.”
13:4 “Then departing from him I spoke to them all together;”
13:5 “And they all became terrified, and trembled;”
13:6 “Beseeching me to write for them a memorial of supplication, that they might obtain forgiveness; and that I might make the memorial of their prayer ascend up before the God of heaven; because they could not themselves thence forwards address him, nor raise up their eyes to heaven on account of the disgraceful offense for which they were judged.”
13:7 “Then I wrote a memorial of their prayer and supplication, for their spirits, for everything which they had done, and for the subject of their entreaty, that they might obtain remission and rest.”
13:8 “Proceeding on, I continued over the waters of Danbadan, which is on the right to the west of Armon, reading the memorial of their prayer, until I fell asleep.”
13:9 “And behold a dream came to me, and visions appeared above me. I fell down and saw a vision of punishment, that I might relate it to the sons of heaven, and reprove them. When I awoke I went to them. All being collected together stood weeping in Oubelseyael, which is situated between Libanos and Seneser, with their faces veiled.”
13:10 “I related in their presence all the visions which I had seen, and my dream;”
13:11 “And began to utter these words of righteousness, reproving the Watchers of heaven.”

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