Mm… don’t mean to be a killjoy, but I’m with Linus on this one. I think you should not be reading the Book of Enoch right now.
We’ve got to be honest with ourselves. The Catholic Church is what we believe to be the fullness of the Truth that God has revealed to us. But we are still new! Just converting, it seems. There is still much to learn.
Do you have a little free time? Are you a fan of Socrates? I encourage you, take five minutes to hear some wisdom from Socrates.
Here is the dialogue of Protagoras, written by Plato. Read the beginning… read up until this line, it should take five or ten minutes, and you should understand the reasons I do not think you should read the Book of Enoch.
“And now let us go, as we were intending, and hear Protagoras; and when we have heard what he has to say, we may take counsel of others; for not only is Protagoras at the house of Callias, but there is Hippias of Elis, and, if I am not mistaken, Prodicus of Ceos, and several other wise men.”
Here is the question: what sort of things are we ingesting when we read things outside the pale of orthodoxy?
It would be more responsible and appropriate to wait until you are more matured in the faith, perhaps after a few years. It takes a lot of time, prayer, and research. Do a lot of research! Read “Theology for Beginners” by Frank Sheed. It’s cheap and practically essential.
When you can smell the air and say, “I smell… heresy!” then you are properly defended enough to investigate this book.
Furthermore, I think the dialogue is suitable for all readers here to read. It is very valuable, at least Socrates’ caution towards Hippocrates in the beginning.