Originally posted by GUICE2
You ever think that perhaps these words you are describing do not mean what you think they mean? Even if they are rooted in history.....these secret
societies, especially if they are referring to a galactic existence, probably have information that out dates the inception of judaism and the
denotations attached to all the language.
This would mean that WE dont know anything about what he is talking abot because everything we know is a lie.
Well, if they don't
have the meanings I've presented, how come they are used that way in . . . . every manuscript we have, the Talmud, the
Mishnah, the Tanakh itself. I'm
not the one claiming that millions of words have been misinterpreted for the last 3000 years by the Jewish
Your argument is doing my work for me.
Basically, what you've just argued is . . . that this text has nothing
to do with historical
IF the author really is
using basic Masonic, Jewish and Qabalistic vocabulary in unknown ways, then he is miscommunicating on purpose, or else
he doesn't know what the fudge he's talking about. Either way, he's so far beyond the Masonic, Jewish, and Qabalistic communities that to label
him as such is more for the purpose of impressing the reader than for placing the author within an actual, real-world intellectual/religious
Basically, to salvage some truth-value out of this script, you're starting to throw everything else overboard. You're beginning to jettison things
like, umm, real-world judaism, real-world languages like hebrew, real-world institutions like B'nai Brith and various schools of Jewish literary
And what do you have left? You've still got this one document, that doesn't tell you anything useful, since you've now re-defined, or
the meanings of the actual words it uses.
good luck with that.