In 1947, goes the story, a Muslim goat herder saw caves on a raised plateau near the shores of the Dead Sea when he was trying to gather the goats that climbed up the hill. He threw a stone to one of the holes in the hill. Luckily, the stone hurtled right through a hole and there the goat-herder heard the sound of a vessel stricken by the stone. Although the goat-herder suspected some buried treasure in the cave, it was getting dark for him to crawl in to find out. He confided the story to his cousins who came in the next day to find scriptures written on parchments rolled and kept in clay pots. The parchments were left there in the pots about 2000 years ago.
The story spread to the four corners of the world, and soon it fell under the jurisdiction of the powerful whose riches acted on them through their pencil-clerks. The scholars of the rich scrutinized them. From the publicly available data, we learn that there was a great deal of secrecy, manipulations and trickery in the dealings of these scholars. As the contents of what lied in the caves crystallized through the passage of time, the uneasiness of the scholars over the letters written on the parchments became apparent. Those who had held those parchments in esteem 2000 years ago were the fist fathers who anxiously waited for the coming of the Messiah and those who saw Him. The Parchments bear witness to how Christianity looked like when the Christ walked the deserts of Judea. In the caves of Qumran lived monks and they had laws, customs and rules by which to live. The printed messages of the monks by the shores of the Dead Sea were not to the liking of the scholars who opened them, which resulted in a 60-year shrouded theatrics.
Christianity in its beginnings did not look like a collection of people in an auditorium hypnotized by a spellbinding pastor tickling his captives' prosperity cravings. Neither did it look like a group of charismatic Protestants waiting at every corner, who, by the flattery of their lips, entrap those devoid of understanding and pit them into enmity with God's Angeles and with the blessed Mother of God. Christianity did not look like the marching of nations to lay yokes of slavery on other nations in the name of Christianity either. Christianity, in its beginnings, looked very much like Christianity in the monasteries of Ethiopia and in their surroundings, no more, no less. There were two life styles at the time: monastery life and married life. The daily prayers were Psalms and the Righteous Teacher was Christ the King. The Holy Book was the very book the Ethiopian Orthodox Church held for close to two millennia: it includes the books of Enoch and Jubilee.
The Qumran parchments were found by a Muslim, examined by Protestants, advertised by Atheists and exhibited by Pharisees. However, the testimony of the scrolls is neither to the Muslim, nor to the Pharisee, nor to the Protestant, nor yet to the Catholic. The parchments testimony is unequivocally to Tsion, to the faith in Ethiopia. Qumran testifies that the books of Enoch and of Jubilee are the corner stones of the Lord's book. Given this, the followers of Martin Luther are faced with distressing dilemma: should they include Enoch and Jubilee in their books, they will have to renounce their long held contempt towards the Lord's Angeles, for these books corroborate the Ethiopian Orthodox teachings regarding the Saints and the Angels of God. Should they keep excluding them in their books, time will catch up with them that their captives will soon or late discern the truth and abandon them. The fact that the book of Enoch was written before the birth of Christ is information that is sufficient enough to put the Martin Luther enterprise out of business. Why? The book of Enoch explicitly prophesizes the birth of Christ and elaborates on His journey in Judea and the acts of His Apostles like no other book did. Renouncing the book of Enoch now becomes renouncing the Christ. The Protestant movement, the strange faith that visited Ethiopia in recent years and devoured the chosen flock, the faith that divided the children of Tsion, will have only two choices: it either will have to give up the protestant theology and submit to the Orthodox one or it will have to stop claiming to be Christian altogether. The time left to get there is the time it takes its followers to catch up with the story of the book of Enoch.
Once more, the books of Enoch and of Jubilee add to the list of divine matters to testify that Ethiopia, the daughter of Tsion, though caught in a fiery tempest for some time now, is the Lord's chosen mountain that kept the laws and the Covenant of the Lord undefiled.
Below is the list and quantity of books found in Qumran from the publicly available data.
1 & 2 Samuel (4)
1 Henoch (25)
Glory to the Lord in the Highest