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Enoch the Ethiopian: The Lost Prophet of the Bible : Greater Than Abraham, Holier Than Moses [Paperback]

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Pages   302
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Enoch, the Ethiopian, Patriarch and Prophet, Greater than Abraham, Holier than Moses, is the first perfect human being in the bible and the first immortal man according to Moses the lawgiver. (Gen.5:18,22,24) And yet he has been kept a secret until the printing of this revealing book

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Historical Facts  Sep 29, 2008
When ordering this book I thought I was going to get something else and was pleasantly surprised at the Scholarly work that I read. This book I believe belongs in every Black household across America. I love the Book of Enoch and am thankful for this expertise review of the facts on Race and how it may have played out in in even earlier times. The author traces the Semitic roots back to Africa, Ethiopia - Egypt that Enoch was indeed Black. This book in my opinion is a must read.
Author does not let the truth get in her way!  Feb 13, 2008
Although the author does not claim to be a scholar, or to have written a scholarly text on the subject at hand, you still expect opinions as radical and bizarre as hers to be supported by hard, irrefutable evidence. That is sorely lacking in this book.
To set the record straight:
1. Enoch was a "traditional Jew", both in family ancestry and religious heritage, not a black male from Ethiopia.
2. "The Book of Enoch" WAS found in Ethiopia in 1768 by a Scotsman( James Bruce) and was later translated by an Englishman (Canon R.H. Charles). But the author(s) was NOT an Ethiopan.
3. The author(s) of "The Book of Enoch" were certainly from the line of (Jewish) prophets.

This book is just another example in the recent ( falsified and heartbreakingly pathetic) trend of attempting to "Afrocentralize" the Scriptures. The few examples of black individuals that appear in Scripture are readily identified ( such as the Ethiopian eunuch led to Christ by Philip in Acts 8:27).

Biblical individuals should primarily be remembered for the important messages and lessons from God of which they write. But they deserve to be portrayed truthfully and accurately, not just to satisfy someone's racial or political agenda.

Thanks for reading
A good editor would have euthanized this wretched book  Dec 13, 2007
This book was repetitive to the point where it seems the author wrote the book and never bothered to read it himself. If he had, surely he would have cut out much of the same clap trap. Horrible read... one star is too much.
Author needs to research further  Nov 22, 2007
I sent a review through a little while back but needed to edit. In summary I noted how he says that Abraham wasn't a prophet, showing that he is teaching based on traditional sermons and not one who studies the Word (Bible) for himself (esp since he quotes from too many other people anyway). In Genesis 20:7 YAHWEH (the LORD) calls Abraham a prophet. Okay, after finding that and quickly sharing this with you all I finished reading the excerpt, lol. Here is another error:

A few pages after lessoning Abraham's position (because of his traditional view on what a prophet is), he then says that Enoch came (was BORN) 400 years before Abraham. This is waaaayyyyy off (IF I'M WRONG, PLEASE CORRECT ME; IN HUMILITY I WELCOME SUCH). Since that number (400) seemed off to me (seemed too little) I simply went back to see if I could calculate this. Looking at Genesis 5:18 and beyond:

At age 162 Jared begot Enoch (Jared lived 273 years after Enoch's death. Jared lived 800 years total. 800-162 = 638 years difference. Enoch lived 365 years. 638-365 = 273. No point, lol). Continuing (again from GENESIS 5 AND BEYOND):

At age 162 Jared begot Enoch (Jared 800 total years)
At age 65 Enoch begot Methuselah (Enoch 365 total years)
At age 187 Methuselah begot Lamech (Methuselah 969 total years)
At age 182 Lamech begot Noah (Lamech 777 total years)

Now Enoch was 65 when he had Methuselah, Methuselah was 187 when he had Lamech. This means Enoch was 252 years old when Lamech is born (65+187=252). Enoch lived a total of 365 years minus 252 at Lamech's birth, remaining 113 years after Lamech's birth, 113 years after Lamech's birth Enoch dies. Lamech is 182 when Noah is born minus 113 years ago Enoch died, so Noah was born 69 years after Enoch death.

IF Enoch CAME (was BORN) 400 years before Abraham, then Abraham should have come only 35 years after Enoch's death! Enoch died at 365. 400-365 is 35! What the heck!!!! Noah wasn't even born yet. Via Genesis chapters 9, 10, from Noah comes Shem, Ham, Japheth. From Shem comes Terah, THEN comes Abraham! That's more than 400 years; (how could Abraham come 400 years after Enoch when Noah came 69 years after Enoch's death???)


On page 12 he makes it seem that Enoch is likened to a 'Chosen One' simply because he walked with God and did not die but was 'taken up' to heaven. I can't knock this (he points out that this is the case only for Enoch, Elijah, and far, so good, that I know of) BUT being Chosen / ANOINTED is for a reason, it's with a cause: redemption of others, as YAHWEH'S (the LORD) heart has always been to reconcile fallen man to holiness and communion / fellowship with Himself. Now if this title 'Chosen One' is given to anyone in Genesis then it COULD be rather given to ENOSH. Genesis 4:26, "And as for Seth, to him also a son was born; and he named him ENOSH. THEN men began to call on the name of YAHWEH (the LORD)." (Not trying to push Enosh either, just showing how off the author is).

I don't know about this book. I believe there is some great significance to Enoch; good, bad, or in between, but the author is too off on seemingly small things and IT IS "small" things that lead to proving so-called "big/great" things which effects people's pure knowledge, faith, and trust. The Table of Contents mentions that he will get into the New Testament but the errors I've found within this book JUST BY THE EXCERPT are from the book of Genesis alone!!!! NO GOOD HOMEBOY! lol. But I'd hope his intentions were with good cause. (I only gave it a `3' because I haven't read the entire thing yet).

YAHWEH'S blessings.
What an Utter Time Thief!  Jul 30, 2007
I bought this book to read a Black centered, Ethiopian perspective on the prophet Enoch. What a complete waste of resources! I thought I could take the warned against repetition, however, I was fed up on page 15 already - with 285 more to follow!

In principle I appreciate any unorthodox/eccentric writing style. However, sick more than 90% of the written words being comprised of quotes of other books etc. is something I do not want to experience Iver again. In fact, the number of pages of his own words would stay clearly in the single digits, if it weren't for the brief conclusion of the book. The author quotes anyone, no matter how often almost literally the very same thing. Quoting, what Enoch is, without the respective reasons. Occasionally, I begged for an explanation: "Enoch is the inventor of urban civilization." How would that be possible, in the supposed 7th generation of humankind? Would that even be a good thing, to invent the big shitty?! Some subchapters are extremely short: "Enoch the Great Authority [headline] In Levitical literature and traditions Enoch is regarded as a great authority." Followed by the source. That was it. Just to give an expression of the exquisiteness of the information. A similar subchapter is headed "Enoch the Creator's Favorite". Four pages later another "Enoch the Favorite of God". Writing exclusively in quotes unsurprisingly lead to various contradictions. Without commenting those. It also lead to omissions.

I hoped to learn something about Enoch. I definitely did not. A third of the book is entirely off the point, i.e. NOT about Enoch. But instead about the Egyptians (!) having been Black and general racism. I do agree (largely) with the author on this (though nothing is new to those who have read other African centered books on Egypt). This doesn't change the fact that there's nothing substantial about Enoch in this book instead, not even in addition.

Quelle surprise, there's racism in the world. It is largely described in such a general way, utterly unrelated to Enoch that I am still wondering, what exactly the concept of the book might have been. Though it was ok to read some examples of famous people saying something racist, just to put them on the history index. Personally I prefer not to repeat that many insults, as that qualifies as further insulting - oneself, involuntarily. As I share the sentiments in general of the author on this, I still add one star to the lowest category possible for this book. I may have added another, but even in this regard the book is flawed. To begin with, there aren't any races.

A major point of discontent I have with this book, is that the author writes things which are true, but discredits them with flawed proofs. He's saying, if one Biblical character is Black skinned, then ALL before and after in the geneology must have been also. Likely, but not necessarily. Because the Sinai is located in Egypt, and because Egypt is located in Africa, the ancient Egyptians must have been Black. Yes, they were Black, but the causal relationship escapes me. Anyway, I may add ancient Blacks once lived in eastern Asia, Scotland, Scandinavia, India, Tasmania, etc. Also the Sumerians were Black, yes. But not because they CAME from Africa, but because the area was well within the ancient Black populated world. The pre-Hebrew people descending from Abraham are described as numbering 70 when migrating into Egypt, but numbering some (3,)600,000 at the Imes of the exodus a relatively short Imes later. The author suggests that they must have mixed with Blacks and therefore HAD BECOME Black. In reality, Abraham had been Black from the beginning, as is contradictingly mentioned elsewhere. Besides, it is an urban legend that he came from Ur. (Read The Africans Who Wrote the Bible.) The names and artificial borders of continents say nothing about the skin color of the respective inhabitants at different Imes. Moses (who is not seen as Akenten/Akhenaton in this book) was black skinned, yes. But this is not provable with the magic trick in the Bible, displaying a white hand for a moment as a supposed contrast to his general phenotype color. For one thing, he was explicitly NOT the Israelites' "first great miracle worker". Simply for the reason that he taught AGAINST magic. Later scribes of the Bible misunderstood the earlier texts and misinterpreted and mistranslated various text passages into a lot of magic tricks never done. In addition, the white hand is not referring to any phenotype whiteness, but sickness whiteness, as is still overstandable from the quote provided. It is referring to leprosy. Someone "White" could have done the same "white hand magic", as "Whites" are in reality pink or beige. More about Moses read in Moses and Akhenaten: The Secret History of Egypt at the Time of the Exodus. Enoch might have been an Ethiopian (as in today's country). He was Black for sure. However not, because the Ethiopian Church still includes it in its canon. The other early churches did that as well. Ethiopia became isolated from the rest of Christianity and didn't follow subsequent doctrine changes. There are other Ethiopian apocryphs, not about Ethiopians and other Bible texts in European Bibles not referring to Europeans. The book follows the belief that every people (= phenotype) has to venerate Mary and Jesus/I-Yasus in the skin color of their own. I concur that fakings, done in order to downpress, should not be followed. However, the book's suggestion is racist in the manner that non-Black (APPEARING) people supposedly aren't INHERENTLY able to identify with a Black Jesus and that indeed different skin colors equal different peoples/races. Last not least Adam was most likely Black, yes. (That I would have to say that as a RastafarI...) No matter, how much the concept of Adam is White. Yet at the Imes of Adam, as described by the Bible and this book, humans already featured all the other phenotypes. Simply, because Adam wasn't really the first human, as can be seen in his story of further procreation. He was the first patriarch under a certain concept of humanity. So the "proof" is flawed that as the first human he must have been black skinned, even though he was. Ancient Egypt is still described as too young. Read When We Ruled: The Ancient and Medieval History of Black Civilisations.

This book doesn't only quote The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors, but actually recommends it, as the author Dr. Cress Welsing supposedly does a "brilliant analysis" of racism. In reality, that book is hiding grave racism (against Blacks) behind a thin veil of reversed racism. Curiously, a few pages later, historic The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave is quoted extensively. Perfectly describing what The Isis Papers has continued EXACTLY in a modern version. In that sense, Willie Lynch was perfectly right that with his methods Blacks in America can be controlled for at least 300 years - obviously even when they are freed and perfectly aware of them.

As for the Enoch part of this book: The author takes everything literally - and by that misses the point. The mysticism of it. For example that Enoch ascended into Heaven with his body. This isn't even literally said in the story. (In fact, there are even contradictory quotes that his body was transformed into "flames".) It is just said that he didn't die. That is a tremendous difference. Other literal interpretations include people living anywhere from 365 years to capping a millennium and that God looks like a (hu)man.

There are some hostile references towards sexuality and the Greek are getting criticized for not inventing any doctrines which couldn't get enforced accordingly. For once, the Greeks have done something right, and then that's bad...

As for the sloppy presentation of the book: The contents table is completely wrong, suggesting some 50 more pages not existing due to an altered lay-out, there are two chapter X, and many other flaws of this sort, suggesting a lacking proof-reader.

The actual text of Enoch is not included. Please read the Ethiopian version: The Lost Book of Enoch: Comprehensive Transliteration of the Forgotten Book of the Bible.

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