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<b>APOCALYPSE OF BARUCH</b>

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AND THE ASSUMPTION OF MOSES


It is not news that the texts that became the official Bible excluded apocryphal books, in many cases because they didn't serve the worldview of the ruling classes. Early in the 20th century, R.H. Charles translated and edited this text. We are pleased to offer this significant end-times text.
Robert Henry Charles
Introduction by: R.A. Gilbert
From the editor: Writing at the time of the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 ad, Baruch converses directly with God in a series of visions. The fall of Jerusalem is given as part of a larger end-of-the-world scenario. Baruch then receives prophecy: periods of light and darkness shall come, symbolized by rains bright and black, corresponding to alternating times when humanity lives in peace and harmony, then dark periods when evil reigns. Of particular note is the apocalypse when the Messiah appears again on earth. This alternate tale of the apocalypse inspires hope--evil is punished, condemned to hell and cast off the earth, while those "left behind" are actually the righteous who will enjoy, literally, heaven on earth. Obviously a differing view from the currently in-vogue idea of "rapture."

Also included in this edition is "The Assumption of Moses," an apocryphal fragment noted to have influenced other descriptions of the apocalypse included in the Bible.

"For at the heights of the world they shall dwell,
And they shall be made like unto the angels,
And be made equal to the stars,
And they shall be changed into every form they desire,
From beauty into loveliness,
And from that light into the splendour of glory."
Pages: 210, Illustrated
Special Interest: Apocrypha, Theology, Occult, Forbidden Books.

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