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ee. An Identity Crisis.


I am Trainman.

Journal: Three hundred years are equivalent to six Jubilees.


I’ve been writing this as if I were Enoch. Am I losing my mind? Or am I finding it?


There are Holy Watchers whom conversed with me in Heaven. There are unholy Watchers bound to the earth who recall me to the dry ground of demons. I would walk three hundred years in a world unknown to the modern man. I would see, first-hand the devastation. The NLP of the modern era… Moving forward. (NLP) Moving forward to what? Progressing to the state of Nimrod; we have. Progressing forward to the days of Noah. We are. Arriving in the high-tech world of the future? We will. Re-live those centuries? No. Worse. It will be worse. It is war and the enemy is desperate. They panic. The paradigm shift that awaits us? Awaits us. And we rapidly drive forward to embrace it.


The unholy Watchers. They wanted answers. They wanted their answers. I only gave them the consequences given Enoch in vision with the Holy Ones. The unholy Watchers did not want those answers. They wanted their answers. I would not relent. I gave them the consequences described in vision. And this was my resistance. Standing alone in resistance. Enoch educated Methuselah in all the ways of the war. The civil war unseen and the war seen by all. Enoch gave him the weapons of the spirit, not the stone. He became a wise man in that time.


Note: The Book of Enoch, I frequently quote within these pages. All quotations from the Book of Enoch come from A Modern English Translation of the Ethiopian Book of Enoch with introduction and notes by Andy McCracken. Special thanks to Bredren Jason Naphtali who found this translation (by M. Knibb) of the Ethiopian text in the S.O.A.S. The Library at the University of London. Michael A. Knibb's scholarly translation of the Ethiopian manuscripts, The Ethiopic Book of Enoch, Oxford University Press.


NOTE: I perceive that Enoch had two main reasons for writing his book. The first was because the Holy Watchers instructed him to do it, (see section 15 at 81.5 and 81.6). The second reason; was to save his family from the flood. Enoch wrote his book, after his grandson Lamech was born, but before Noah was born. Perhaps his original book survived the flood. Perhaps with Noah.


By, Trainman.



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