Either `The Keys of Enoch' is way too deep for my current level of understanding, or it's just a bunch of new-age mumbo-jumbo mixed in with some scientific jargon and the claim of divine revelation to make it sound legitimate. One of the Keys reads:
"The Keys to future luminaries tells us that molecular biology will reveal that molecular changes in enzymes change with the Arch of Light Patterns which are "Living Grid Mechanisms" aligned with polarization focus over the third eye."
Without commenting on how ridiculous that sounds, my main question is, even if on some level this is all legitimate information, what exactly are we supposed to do with it? The book if full of very interesting metaphors, images and interpretations, but in the end it asks us to accept the information as revealed truth. Many great spiritual books use images and metaphors in order to teach us lessons on different levels. We are rarely asked to accept the stories as literally true. This, like much of the channeled work out there, asks us to do the almost impossible: take the information it presents at face value. But even if we do, then what?
It's much like the Book of Revelations. There are many ways of interpreting it, but none of the interpretations leave you edified in the same way as the Gospels do. All you end up with are a bunch of thoughts about what might happen in the future.
If someone can understand the Keys and put them to use, then this book may be a revelation of great importance. The way I see it, if I can't verify the information in a book through my own experience, it's worthless to me. Whether it's because I'm not ready for that information yet or because it's a bunch of crap someone made up to sell books doesn't matter as much as the fact itself.
While I found this book interesting, I don't understand people raving about books that they themselves can't even begin to comprehend. I prefer reading the works of Sri Aurobindo, A. H. Almaas, or especially Ram Dass or Sai Baba; these are works that actually deal with emotional and spiritual transformation of the self. The truth about what is out there isn't nearly as important as the truth which we all must strive to become. This is the only thing we can really know and the only thing truly worth pursuing.