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Enoch in English
male first name; son of Cain (Biblical)

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Enoch in Arabic
إينوخ, أسم شخصي مذكر; أبن قابيل (التوراة)

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Enoch in Spanish
nombre de varón; hijo de Cain (Biblia)

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Enoch in Russian
Енох

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Enoch in Dutch
mannelijke voornaam; zoon van Kaïn (Bijbels)

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Enoch in Portuguese
Enoch, Enoque, nome próprio masculino; filho de Caim (Bíblia)

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Enoch in Turkish
Enoch, erkek ismi; Cain'in oğlu (İncil’le ilgili)

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Enoch in Italian
nome proprio maschile; figlio di Caino (Biblico)

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Enoch in French
Enoch, prénom masculin; fils de Caïn (Bible)

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Enoch in German
Enoch, männlicher Vorname; Sohn des Kain (Altes Testament)

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Enoch in Hebrew
חנוך, שם פרטי לזכר; בנו של קין (תנכי)

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Enoch in Korean
에녹, 남자 이름; (성서) 카인의 아들

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Enoch in English
Enoch, Onech hanoch (Hebrew) Initiation or initiated; hence also hierophant. In the Bible (Genesis 4, 5), "there are three distinct Enochs -- the son of Cain, the son of Seth, and the son of Jared; but they are all identical, and two of them are mentioned for the purposes of misleading. The years of only the last two are given, the first one being left without further notice." He is the great grandfather of Noah, and stands for the first subrace of the fifth root-race (BCW 14:86&n).
The prophet Enoch, supposed to have been an antediluvian, was the inventor of learning, letters, and the founder of initiatory rites. Among the Arabs Enoch is commonly called Idris, meaning the wise or learned. Again, "The Kerkes and the Onech stand for a race cycle, and the mystical tree Ababel -- the 'Father Tree' in the Kuran -- shoots out new branches and vegetation at every resurrection of the Kerkes or Phoenix" (SD 2:617). The connection with the phoenix is purely mystical, because just as the phoenix is said to be reborn from its own ashes, thus bringing about a new cycle, so the neophyte during initiation is said to be reborn from the "ashes" of his past self. Enoch, Book of {BCW; SD}
Pillars of Hermes, Enoch Refers to an allegory told of Hermes or Thoth, the Father of Wisdom in ancient Egypt, who it is said concealed his books of wisdom under a pillar, and then found that the wisdom had become transferred onto two pillars of stone.
Josephus tells a similar story about Enoch, saying that the pillars of Enoch were still in existence in his day, and that they were built by Seth. Blavatsky comments: "and so they may have been, only neither by the Patriarch of that name, the fabled son of Adam, nor by the Egyptian god of Wisdom -- Teth, Set, Thoth, Tat, Sat (the later Sat-an), or Hermes, who are all one, -- but by the 'sons of the Serpent-god,' or 'Sons of the Dragon,' the name under which the Hierophants of Egypt and Babylon were known before the Deluge, as were their forefathers, the Atlanteans.
"What Josephus tells us, therefore, must be allegorically true, with the exception of the application made of it. . . . These two 'pillars,' however, are the prototypes of the two 'tables of stones' hewn by Moses at the command of the 'Lord' " (SD 2:530).


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(dedicated).
→ The eldest son of Cain, (Genesis 4:17) who called after his name the city which he built. (Genesis 4:18) (B.C. 3870.)
→ The son of Jared and father of Methuselah. (Genesis 5:21) ff.; Luke 3:37 (B.C. 3378-3013.) In the Epistle of Jude (Jude 1:14) he described as "the seventh from Adam;" and the number is probably noticed as conveying the idea of divine completion and rest, while Enoch was himself a type of perfected humanity. After the birth of Methuselah it is said, (Genesis 5:22-24) that Enoch "walked with God three hundred years... and he was not; for God took him." The phrase "walked with God" is elsewhere only used of Noah, (Genesis 6:9) cf. Genesis17:1 etc., and is to be explained of a prophetic life spent in immediate converse with the spiritual world. Like Elijah, he was translated without seeing death. In the Epistle to the Hebrews the spring and issue of Enoch's life are clearly marked. Both the Latin and Greek fathers commonly coupled Enoch and Elijah as historic witnesses of the possibility of a resurrection of the body and of a true human existence in glory. (Revelation 11:3)
  

Copyright: Smith's Bible Dictionary (1884) , by William Smith. About Dictionary source: Smith's Bible Dictionary
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Enoch may refer to:

Biblical occurrences
  • Enoch (ancestor of Noah), son of Jared, great-grandfather of Noah
  • Enoch (son of Cain)
  • Hanoch (Enoch), son of Reuben
  • Hanoch (Enoch), one of the five sons of Midian
  • Enos (Bible), or Enosh, grandson of Adam and great grandfather of Enoch
  • The Book of Enoch.

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cohen

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dedicated; disciplined
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Copyright: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary (1869) , by Roswell D. Hitchcock. About Dictionary source: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
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initiated. (1.) The eldest son of Cain (Gen. 4:17), who built a city east of Eden in the land of Nod, and called it "after the name of his son Enoch." This is the first "city" mentioned in Scripture. (2.) The son of Jared, and father of Methuselah (Gen. 5:21; Luke 3:37). His father was one hundred and sixty-two years old when he was born. After the birth of Methuselah, Enoch "walked with God three hundred years" (Gen. 5:22-24), when he was translated without tasting death. His whole life on earth was three hundred and sixty-five years. He was the "seventh from Adam" (Jude 1:14), as distinguished from the son of Cain, the third from Adam. He is spoken of in the catalogue of Old Testament worthies in the Epistle to the Hebrews (11:5). When he was translated, only Adam, so far as recorded, had as yet died a natural death, and Noah was not yet born. Mention is made of Enoch's prophesying only in Jude 1:14.

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Enoch in Arabic
أَخْنُوخَ، بن يَارِدُ


حَنُوكَ بن قَايِينُ

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Enoch in Spanish
Enoc o Henoc (1. hijo de Caín; 2. padre de Matusalén)

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Enoch in Russian
(n) инок (0) енох; инек

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енох

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n. библ. Енох

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Enoch in Portuguese
[termos bíblicos] enoque

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Enoch in Vietnamese
Kha-nóc

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Enoch in Persian
خنوخ ،انوش

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خنوخ‌ ،انوش‌

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©ّ÷گٹ  ّ÷،

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