And he took up his parable and said - Enoch a righteous man, whose eyes were opened by God, saw the vision of the Holy One in the heavens, which the angels showed me, and from them I heard everything, and from them I understood as I saw, but not for this generation, but for a remote one which is for to come - The Book of Enoch Then two huge men appeared to me, the like of which I had never seen on earth. Their faces were like the shining sun; their eyes were like burning lamps; from their mouths fire was coming forth; their clothing was various singing; their wings were more glistening that gold; their hands were whiter than snow…And they took me up onto their wings, and carried me up to the first heaven, and placed me on the clouds. And, behold, they were moving. There, I perceived the air higher up, and higher still, I saw the ether - Second Book of Enoch She said to me "O my master and brother, recall for yourself my pregnancy.
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When she gave me this book, initially, I thought she fell off the deep end. She said, "Just try it and be open-minded about it. So I took forever to read it. What made me read it now? Another lofty tool to get you to do dumb shit! But reading this was not I was given this book almost a year ago by my mom, whom I adore and trust and also think is incredibly smart. But reading this was not dumb!
It was far from it. It was fascinating and blew my mind! I thought the author made a compelling argument and made one hell of a readable book! Just like the book, that series is also compelling and very mind boggling.
And downright fun to ponder too! Aside from just the theories in the book, the author does a wonderful job making you want change.
To want harmony with nature and to realize the madness we live in now that is so very artificial. Our ways of doing things are so ass-backwards, but on we go in the name of "progress" and civilization. This paragraph only touches the tip of the depth this author touches. Some of his depth grabs you by the collar and slaps you across the face very hard. I have no idea how to review this book or how to truly close this review up.
All I know is if someone put a million books in front of me and had me arrange them in order from books I really want to read the most to books I want to read the least, looking at the premise of this book, I would have prematurely judged it and put it towards the bottom.
Thanks to my mom for sliding it under my nose and recommending that I read it. Now, back down the rabbit hole I go!
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