Selected Essays [Basic Books,p. This should make it the darling of the post-modern elite, who see everything in terms of power in an incongruous mash of Marx and Nietzsche ; but there is a catch.
We review seven books that discuss Atlantis in a scientific manner. General occult Books this page We hope that one or more of the books we review below will strongly appeal to you. If this happens it often means that there exists a special link between you and the thoughts and teachings of the author; and it is always wise to follow up such intuitions.
It is impossible in a short review such as this to do justice to the wealth of real occult facts and information packed into this little book, but the following are some of the many subjects covered: Those who have spent many years swimming in an ocean of New Age nonsense, will welcome the clarity this book sheds on the many wrong teachings and speculations masquerading as Truth.
The author pulls no punches in lambasting the many past and present vultures in human form who prey upon the weaknesses and gullibility of those seeking a spiritual Master.
For this reason alone, we highly recommend this unusual little book to the beginner in occult studies, as well as those who are well advanced upon the path to the Light.
You can read a short extract from this book in the sidebar further down this page. As this softcover edition contains additional content the author never wrote we do not recommend it. Photographic facsimile of the original edition. The fate of such apocryphal writings has been singular.
On the one hand, under the influence of theological opinion and caprice, they have been sometimes injudiciously admitted into the canon of Scripture; while on the other, from a zealous desire to preserve that canon inviolate, they have not simply been rejected, but loaded with every epithet of contempt and obloquy.
To a critical eye, as Laurence admits, the book he translated appears to be the work of two or three different persons, living in different periods, just as the bulk of the writings which now constitute the Old Testament have been proven to be.
This fact did not escape the notice of the Archbishop: If this were true, it raises several awkward questions.
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Why did this person forge the book in Hebrew in the first place? How did it become lost? Why should it have been translated into the Abyssinian and Greek, and into no other known languages?
And under what delusion did the Church Father, Tertullian labour, when, in his tract on Idolatry, he refers to the book as the work of the most ancient prophet Enoch? The learned Archbishop has not thought it worthy to answer any of these questions in his spurious version of the book.
Instead, he has, like all such writers, indulged in assertions and speculations which he would have his readers accept without question, as if they themselves furnished the most convincing proofs. The fact that the Book of Enoch was classed by some of the Church Fathers among the apocryphal writings, proves nothing.
Apocryphal does not mean spurious or untrue, as the multitude are taught to believe: That is, a book hidden away from the multitude, because it contained secrets the multitude should not know.
Irenaeus and Clement of Alexandria, writing in the second century, do not deny the authenticity of the book. Tertullian in the same age quotes from it as authentic.
Origen, who in most theological matters is worth a phalanx of those canonized imposters, does not throw any doubt upon the work, though he admits that it was not wholly accepted by the Churches. It is interesting in this connection that St.
Augustine wrote in the City of God, that the Church rejected the book from its canon owing to its too great antiquity. There was simply no room for the events described in it within the limit of the 4, years B. It is for these reasons that the only genuine edition of the book we know is that written by Dr.
Kenealy, a man of immense learning and great sincerity, for whom we have the greatest respect. His edition is also in harmony with the true version of the Apocalypse, and not the distorted copy of it which appears in the Christian Bible.
This fact alone explains the disappearance of the original Book of Enoch for so many centuries. The Book of Enoch is a summary of the history of the previous races of Mankind, and of the Atlantean race in particular, some prophecies regarding our present age and a long retrospective, introspective and prophetic summary of universal and genuinely historical events, together with the philosophy, cosmogony and religion of the very ancient past.
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