One of the great ironies of scripture is that in the days before the Flood, there were two cities of Enoch.
The first city was built by Cain and was called “after the name of his son, Enoch.” A counterfeit system of covenants and ordinances had grown up among his descendants, who “covenanted with Satan”: “From the days of Cain, there was a secret combination, and their works were in the dark.” This city was dedicated primarily to gain. They spent their time acquiring things—cattle, precious metals like brass and iron. When they couldn’t get what they wanted, they would murder for it. So this first “city of Enoch” was the capital of Satan’s kingdom on earth. “Their works were abominations, and began to spread among all the sons of men.”1