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by The Heavenly Tuvan Khanate of Khazar Lechia. . 19 reads.


"For Adam (man) cannot touch Eloh (Divine Creator) Thus Malak (Messenger) is sent"

Malak Raziel - Supposed writer of The Angelarium

The Doctrine

The enochian religion is yet another abrahamic religion. It is heavily deistic with a lot of polytheistic practices. They are sometimes called "The Angel Cult". The first name comes from Enoch, whom they see as the greatest prophet, and the latter from their worship of Malak, who are supposed to be the biblical angels. God is believed to be the force that created and guides the world inaccessible for a human, thus the only access to the divine is through the Malak which are biblical angels.

Their Holy Book is The Angelarium, which similarly to The Bible is divided in two testaments. The Mortal Testament and The Immortal Testament. The Mortal testament, tells a story about the earth from its creation. The Immortal testament tells the story of The Heavens from their creation. Stories are commonly spread between the two testaments, as the story of Job for example.

Moses is believed to be an angel that descended from Heavens and kept the facade of being human for the good of humanity, same for Yesha, whose birth is believed to be a complete mystification, same for Myriam's pregnancy. Similarly to the Muslims Enochites believe that Yesha did not die, but as an angel returned to heavens alive and his death is another mystification.

Muhammad is not believed to be an angel, but rather possesed by Jibreel, who took over his body using his powers in order to guide humanity further, but his life story is not directly mentioned in The Angelarium, but rather prophecised, at least according to the beliefs of Enochites.

Enoch is believed to be one of the most important humans, after Adam and more important than Abraham whose children are all seen as equal though, therefore Enochites are not part of the quarrel about the biblical patriarchs.


Clergy of the enochites is very different from the usual one as it is not based on hierarchy, but rather category. Priests of theirs are divided between their roles. They claim that they have prophets from time to time that take charge of their religion, but the next one is still awaited. In other case they are directly under Malak.

Keepers - Their role is keeping, transcribing and translating The Angelarium. The original enochian language versions must be kept, as only they are really holy, for they are written in a language that is supposed to be used by Malak themselves. Keepers usually live in Eternal Keeps, which are similar to libraries with living chambers.

Speakers - Their role is similar to that of missionaries. They walk from a place to place and speak the word of Heaven to anyone that agrees to listen. This practice allows them to gain more believers. They never settle and have little money.

- Their role is to lead communities of believers. They live among the believers and usually are community leaders. Sometimes they try to get recognized by the government. There may be more than one Shepherd in a community.

- Their role is the most tied to their belief system. Seekers similarly to Speakers travel constantly, but instead of preaching, they actively look for Malak walking on earth and Prophets. They test people who claim to be such and if they find someone, they are supposed to notify the entire religious community. Since the discovery of a Malak in the Throne of The Ethernal Skies, they also seek Malak in titles and ideas.

Summoners - This is a weird role considering it's an abrahamic religion. Summoners perform sacred magical rituals trying to summon angels or use divine power of Eloh to solve problems of people who ask for it. They try to heal with alchemy, magic. Sometimes they try to summon people and wisdom. Their magic is directly tied to The Angelarium and things described in it.

Malak Bulan

After the Enochite seeker declared Khan Bulan as a Malak, a debate between him, his family and Enochite scholars begun. This situation may have led into an official recognition of Khan Bulan and his family as Divine Rulers. This is not against the law, as this is officially recognizing Khan's divine mandate. The difference being they also claim his partial divinity as an angel.

Khan Bulan in the end accepted to take the trial and was requested to a few common miracles usually tied to angelic creatures. He was asked to spit fire from his mouth, walk on water and heal the sick, as he already proved a miracle of mass murder during his rescue. Surprisingly or unsurprisingly Khan managed to do it all, but in a very human way...

He put some alcohol into his mouth, lit it on fire and spat it out effectively performing the fire miracle, he walked across the northern lake in Khazar Lechia, except it was frozen... Ice is still water and he technically passed it too. In the end he went to a containment facility and helped in a few medical procedures, effectively healing the sick. All of this can be easily explained in every single way other than a miracle of an angel, which rendered the Enochites confused, but unable to reject him.

In the end Khan Bulan took the stance that he himself is not the Malak they have found, but the title of the Throne of The Ethernal Skies is embodied by a Malak. He claims that no human after the Prophets can be directly influenced by God, other than through the teachings of the prophets or the sacraments, but quoted Quran, Tanakh and The Bible to prove that angels are capable of taking non-bodily forms while presenting themselves on Earth.

In the end Khan Bulan proved himself as a viable and venerable ruler to all religions within Khazar Lechia by ending this quarrel right after coming back to his position.