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The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2010

    WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN WITH SUCH TRUTH IN MYSTERY?

    This is so informative and I sift and sift as I read. It is a rich deep reading and worthy of a review and my time. Amazing what you will read and I recommend highly that you not skip any part. The book should be read word for word.

    This book is no coincidence, not at all.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 16, 2010

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    Really Great Book

    This book is one which you read a few pages, meditate on the information and read again. It is not a book to be read straight through. Information is continually revealed through the process. The Book of Knowledge is a book of the Ancients. Really great book, well-written-very detailed by Dr. Hurtak. For serious students in the study of ancient knowledge. I definitely recommend it!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 1, 2012

    Sourcebook of hidden mystical knowledge

    Harder than most books to understand. It is formatted with verse numbering like a holy book because it stands out like one and reads like one. The level of detail is an order of magnitude more than most other books. Do not expect to understand all of what you read, let it soak in over time. The language used makes great demands on the reader. Unless you are a biblical scholar, theoretical physicist, kabalistic magician and realized, connected mystic all rolled into one, the full meaning and symbology of many passages will remain hidden to you. This is a revealed work.
    In 1973 during prayer Professor James Hurtak, a social scientist, comparative religionist, and scholar was met by a heavenly visitor and whisked aloft for a divine journey which included being given instructions to record his experience--"...a Light was projected into my third eye which imprinted the scenario abstracts that contained the Keys" In 1977 the first edition of an often cited metaphysical classic The book of knowledge: the keys of Enoch: a teaching given on seven levels in preparation for the brotherhood of light, to be delivered for the quickening of the "People of Light" It has been in print continuously since that first edition.
    It has been described by Jon Klimo as containing "the single most scientifically rich and puzzling set of channeling-related paranormally received material in modern times." It has a crisp, clean, pristine feel about it indicative of quality information. The verbiage is intentionally obscured by the use of less used words because the source wanted to convey an enhanced vibration with those words.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2011

    of sure i recomende this book is so beutiful and is very intesting,...

    am very glad to read this book,sincerely i recomended this book

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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