The only problem with this as some sort of prophecy of Jesus bodily ascending to heaven is that
"And Enoch walked with G-d, and he was no longer, for G-d had taken him." Br'eshit / Genesis 5:24
How is that a prophecy of anything, let along of Jesus "bodily assension to heaven"? It simply says that Enoch died.
B'reshit / Genesis 5:24 says that Enoh was “no longer” (DEAD). Why? Because “G-d had TAKEN HIM” – as in he DIED. How a missionary turns this into Jesus being bodily taken to heaven (or even a prophecy of same) is outright deceit.
Rashi’s commentary on this passage is “He was a righteous man, but he could easily be swayed to return to do evil. Therefore, the Holy One, blessed be He, hastened and took him away and caused him to die before his time. For this reason, Scripture changed [the wording] in [the account of] his demise and wrote, “and he was no longer” in the world to complete his years. — [from Gen. Rabbah 25:1]”
Rashi (Hebrew: רש"י, Rabbi SHlomo Itzhaki), was a 12th century Rabbi who wrote the first (and many still consider the most comprehensive )commentary on the T'nach (Jewish bible). The free online Judaica Press English translation of the T'nach includes the ability to read the text with Rashi's commentary. http://www.chabad.org/library/bible_cdo/aid/8169/showrashi/true
This, dear readers, is why when you see someone make an outlandish claim, such as "there are 365 prophecies about Jesus in the T'nach" you must read the claimed "prophecy" for yourself -- and read it in context.