An analysis of the three journeys of Enoch (1 En. 12–36) shows that
preference is given to the spatial aspect in these revelation narratives.
Both the heavenly journey (1 En. 12–16) and the two earthly
journeys to the ends of the earth (1 En. 17–36) implicate space. An
actantial model as well as critical spatiality is used to analyze these
stories. Allocated place and cursed space influenced by mantic wisdom
using cosmological schemes are used here to depict the exclusive
ideas of the author(s).