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The Land of MEAT & Honey Paperback – February 7, 2012
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Dr. Asher is a Hebrew Scholar with a Doctorate degree in Ancient Hebrew Biblical theology. His teachings advance the more original ancient Karaite tradition of uncompromising Torah truth rooted in original Hebrew culture, traditions, and language, not modern religious dogma.
Hailing from an uninterrupted family lineage of Torah scholars originating from the Hebrew Tribe of Asher from Northern Israel, Dr. Asher now works primarily as a teacher and author.
Born in Brooklyn NY, Dr. Asher spent most of his childhood in NJ and early twenties in Israel receiving his citizenship, quickly identifying with the roots of his Hebrew ancestors. Learning the Torah from the age of seven and later identifying most Judeo-Christians of being deeply misinformed on all levels of Hebrew history, customs, and language, the young S. Asher felt driven to help. Where most Jews of the orthodoxy today will not aid the so-called gentiles, S. Asher understood from his youth that it was the duty and mandate of all Hebrews to become learned in The Eternal's original Torah, apply it to our lives as a light to those around us, and then teach it to all gentiles. S. Asher ignored no chance or circumstance to teach anyone who would listen.
To this end Dr. Asher has published four books to aid those searching, collecting many students in person and online worldwide, as well. Those who glean insight from Dr. Asher are those searching beyond fundamental religions for the more original truth over superstitions, as well as their Hebrew roots. Dr. Asher's factual, hard-hitting teachings based in long hidden truths, excavated out of their ancient sands using only the tools of truth, logic, the original Aramaic-Hebrew language and culture, have been at times controversial, yet enlightening. The Land of MEAT & Honey continues in this tradition.
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Now I understand where the author is coming from, if indeed what he says is true. It didn't get all tied together for me though. I was waiting to see how he explains Yeshua feeding the crowd with fish....and he touched on that. But that was it. Peter was a fisherman, and continued after Yeshua's death. It seems he would have known better.
There were a few things that didn't sit right, but to keep it short I'll just give one example. The author states that people get attacked by large animals mainly because most "MOST HUMANS SMELL LIKE RAW MEAT".....that's right, in caps. He doesn't really explain that statement, or why he thinks that. I'm over 60 and never in my life been close to someone and came away thinking "raw meat". That really shot down his credibility several notches in my view. That being said, I will look more into the issues he brings up regarding our Creator not wanting us to eat meat, and the mistranslations, however it will definitely be from a more even handed source.
For me, half way through it began to drag. I noticed a lot of repetition. Some good points but not a good read. Could have been half as long.
If you were intent on leading millions of people astray over hundreds, perhaps thousands of generations, cooking sacred books would be a good way to do it. And Dr. Asher proves exactly that.
Dr. Asher is a Hebrew scholar and Jewish Rabbi. He hails from an uninterrupted family lineage of Karaite Torah scholars. His teachings advance the original ancient Karaite tradition of uncompromising data extrapolation and dissemination––specific to the original Hebrew culture, traditions and language from a more spiritually based root. Specifically as it relates to how the Jewish Torah and Christian Bible were historically translated and understood up to today’s modern times.
I have many intelligent friends who, like myself, eventually rejected any form of organized religion for various reasons including the ones we were raised in. For me basically the dogma and the corresponding actions of the church members just didn’t appear authentic and sustainable.
If they would even entertain the notion that strategic portions of all the sacred texts have been purposely defiled to fit a preset agenda, many of these friends wouldn’t trust the motive of the individual(s) trying to take the editing back to the original. This is unfortunate because Dr. Asher in a very humbled sincerity combined with very intelligent attention to very minor details earns that trust.
There were two main lies that were encoded: The fiction of free will via the instructions accompanying the Everlasting Agreement from Source Creator, or: no rules anything goes; and killing was a normal and natural substrate of our consensus reality.
I was raised a vegetarian as a religious tenet (Seventh-Day Adventist), and didn’t start eating meat of any quantity until perhaps my thirties. I don’t really remember why I started eating meat, besides the slow jettisoning of my entire religious upbringing.
I carried a lot of guilt, which took many years to work through. One nagging ache that never seemed to subside was the feeling that eating meat was wrong.
Keeping the body healthy and vibrant is obviously essential. So logically this seemed to justify some of the downsides of eating meat, such as the torture and inhumane factory efficiency of the way animals are slaughtered for food.
Anything alive instinctively wants to continue living. I remember one of my favorite authors and lecturers Alan Watts contemplating this conundrum by confirming we all must on some level accept killing to live. I don’t think Dr. Asher would agree with that and neither do I. There has to be some rudimental system of morality in living, or we have consented to the control narrative of killing and death.
Most people don’t investigate why hierarchical and patriarchal systems of control have most of humanity hemmed down. A lack of knowledge and open-mindedness keeps many people enslaved to their comfortable superstitious dogmas of religion. They are blind and skeptical of any suggestion that involves ancient occult or supernatural practices, which is most certainly the origin of where this power emanates.
In the middle of the book Dr. Asher asks a very compelling question: “Are you part of the rebellion?” All inhabitants of planet Earth now––are we here because we sided with the “other voice” who convinced (possibly tricked) us into empowering our hubris into believing there are no rules to the dharma of creation and we can do whatever the hell we want? Including desiccating the sacredness of life in its varying infinitely beautiful forms?
Fortunately, due to the love and mercy aspects inherent in the character of Source Creator, we can be forgiven and allowed to escape this eternal loop that has trapped literally billions of souls here for perhaps hundreds of thousands of years.
To Dr. Asher it’s simple: “…enlightened to the…never changing understanding and total belief that ALL life as created should be allowed to live unaffected adversely by other life; that no one is higher than another.”
This book bucks that mind-numbing trend.
Instead of unsubstantiated claims using nothing more than older myths to support a new interpretation, this book gives you FACTS. It has research. The writer has access to very old documents that have been in his family for generations and, more imporantly, is willing to share them with the ignorant "goyim" of this world.
Do you want to know about the true original Deception? Could it be that Genesis has truth beyond the confines of the current Judeo-Christian worldview?
This book answers these questions resoundly. I highly recommend it.