Analysis of the marriage pattern reveals that Cain married the daughter of a ruler named Enoch. She named her first born son Enoch, after her father. This is a trait of the marriage and ascendancy pattern of the Horite Hebrew and it makes it possible for us to trace ancestry through multiple generations in the Bible. This trait is called the “cousin bride’s naming prerogative.” Enoch the Elder would have been a contemporary of Adam, the founder of the Horite Hebrew ruler-priest caste who were described as having a red skin/hair tone. The science of kinship analysis is reliable. It is an empirical approach to the biblical text and is repeatable with the same results, regardless of who does the analysis.