The Book of Enoch is a non-canonical Jewish work attributed to Enoch, the great-grandfather of Noah. The book is thought to date to about 300 BC and includes a detailed account of the fall of the angels in its section, the Book of the Watchers.
The Watchers were a class of angels described in the non-canonical Book of Enoch. The term usually refers to the rebellious angels who married human women, begot offspring (called Nephilim) and were kicked out of Heaven. Read articles about the Watchers below.
Brief introduction to ancient texts not found in the Bible like the Book of Enoch.
Two accounts of the fallen angels story – one of Satan and one of the Watchers.
Sons of God, Sons of Israel, the Nephilim, the Rephaim, and the Flood Myth
Parallels between the history of the Watchers and the evolution of mankind.