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Urantia Book versus Keys of Enoch!... Silly books win silly prizes.

 
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Urantia Book versus Keys of Enoch!... Silly books win silly prizes.
So...

I've been reading a lot of posts about the millenial reign of Christ coming into fruition soon from the Urantia people. Cool, sounds neat. If you haven't read Urantia book, it's definitely 'out there'. It's not your typical 'channeled material' book, as in, it supposedly written by high ranking spiritual beings, malchizedeks, so on and so forth.

If you haven't read it, read it. It reads like an advanced being book and not exactly of this world. I bring this up because I've read 'channeled material' before and most of the time, it was written by a human; AKA, fan fiction.

One of the worst examples of fan fiction is 'Oracles of Celestine Light' Embrosewyn Tazkuvel. It reads like a high school novel... nothing really divine about it.

Now, I also bring up the Keys of Enoch written/compiled by JJ Hurtak. This is one of the 'unworldly' compilations, as in, unless the actual author was on insane amounts of psychedelic drugs, an ordinary human couldn't 'make this up'. It reads like a more advanced version of Law of One, Ra material.

So I ask all of the so called 'Prophets'...

The ones prophesizing the millenial reign, the reign of the Malchizedeks, advanced universal beings spoken of by Enoch, or 'Drunvalo Melchizedek' of the Flower of Life Novel:

Which one of you are right?...

Which brings up my next point: they're all most likely false prophets.



Though I often study a lot of the banned texts from the Catholic church that did not make it into its canonical 'Holy Book' (hah, what a joke and obvious manipulation of the world); at least what I read/study was inspired by Christ himself, his Apostles, and/or students of the Apostles.

Though many sheeple of this website will instantly challenge the Gnostic texts, think of this: how often do they even know what they're challenging?

See, I at least purchased and read the Urantia Book, Keys of Enoch, Flower of Life, Law of One material, Celestine Light (lol...), and many other channeled books.

But I warn most people: DON'T OVER INVEST IN THESE.

Who knows man... in this world, you're not 'supposed' to know the truth but only try to discover it; it's a prison planet ruled by Satan (Christ said this himself). They could be right but the problem is that these 'Prophetic Channeled Being' books are coming out BY THE DOZEN! And people, gullible depressed people looking for truth in a world of lies, spend $$$ for them...

Read Matthew Chapter 21: "And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves."

Did Christ ever charge money from followers, disciples? No.. he only required your faith.

With that said, this instantly bans: Law of One, Keys of Enoch, Flower of Life... and most other 'divine' books that require worldly $$$.





Thus I say this: Unless it comes from Christ, Apostles, and the students of the Apostles, disregard it...


But something is odd about Urantia. Verdict is still open on this one.
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Re: Urantia Book versus Keys of Enoch!... Silly books win silly prizes.
I habe been an avid reader of books that concern spirituality and reality.

I have read urantia and am on my second read of it. I agree that the writing seems unhuman, I cant believe that this has come from a human being at all. The truth as I see it is that we just dont know, samw with the bible, same with any book related to these things.

I agree that one should not become too invested in these texts. It is good to reflect upon the meanings yiu can draw from them but they arent to be considered gospel, this includes the bible.
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I think Urantia was part of a multi-level marketing scam back in the 70s or 80s
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I think Urantia was part of a multi-level marketing scam back in the 70s or 80s
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Interesting...

Though I don't doubt this, Urantia does seem quite odd.

Did you know that Urantia called out Yahweh pagan mountain god worship from the early Hebrews before any other scholarly source was able to do?

There's something very strange about the book but unless any of its prophecies come true, it's still unverified and thus: fan fiction until proven otherwise.





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