AV Club - Enoch doesn’t get around as much as he used to. He still holds his place in the Old Testament’s book of Genesis, but it’s his great-grandson Noah that usually gets the nod. The book of Enoch, his first greatest hit, is rejected by most canons today. Still, it was a big one, telling the story of how a group of angels rebelled against God by going to Earth, then breeding with mankind to create Nephilim. Then the archangels imprisoned the rebels. In the second book of Enoch, Enoch pulls a reverse Inferno, ascending through the seven heavens before meeting with the big cheese, who asks him to document everything before the Flood, and gives him angel-like powers.