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Originally posted by foxhoundone
Kabbalah: The Misunderstood Doctrine
Kabbalah is one of the most grossly misunderstood parts of Judaism. I have received several messages from non-Jews describing Kabbalah as "the dark side of Judaism," describing it as evil or black magic.
Kabbalah have been so badly distorted by mystics and occultists. Kabbalah was popular among Christian intellectuals during the Renaissance and Enlightenment periods, who reinterpreted its doctrines to fit into their Christian dogma. In more recent times, many have wrenched kabbalistic symbolism out of context for use in tarot card readings and other forms of divination and magic that were never a part of the original Jewish teachings. Today. It borrows the language of kabbalah and the forms of Jewish folk superstitions,
This not my interpitation i just copied this from the internet
Originally posted by foxhoundone
Being of Celtic/pagan stock so to speak mmiichael, I am not big on religion
But i have a big interest in WW1/ WW2, My grandfather fought on the Somme and liberated the the town of Theipthal. (Till the English failed to break through and called the 36/16 Ulster/Irish division, back)
But i will browse Major trends in Jewish mysticism,
Any ideas on Blk 14 (Heidi kaserna) and the strange going ons that happen there ??
Originally posted by mmiichael
Just a quick comment. Without making any aspersions to anyone's honesty - as soon as I read how two divers never returned and the third came back hopelessly insane it became clear what we were dealing with.
This hopelessly insane witness cliche has become become a standard for urban legend fantasies passing as an account of an event. This must be the 4th ATS thread I've read that starts this way.
The Nazis dabbled with Occult stuff and strange technologies. Considering they spent their energies and resources on mass murder I doubt they had much interest in resuscutating dead people as zombies.
You kids should be careful with your manipulations of history. The Nazis were brutal psychos. Mythologizing them neither teaches you or anyone anything of use.
The world outside you window is vastly complex, but it does not operate on the lines of a video game. Learn the vast difference between fact and fantasy.
[edit on 28-12-2009 by mmiichael]
Originally posted by SOXMIS
Hhmm, not sure what clarity you speak of here mmicheal and contrary to your claim you dont wish to cast any aspersions on any one's honesty it seems evidently clear that you do. I might suggest unless you have something constructive to add to this, or indeed any other, thread you keep your opinions to yourself. I am not in the habit of living out childish fantasises and all the information I have provided has come from members of the British military intelligence establishment.
Originally posted by PayMeh
mmiichael.. dude.. Soxmis' detailed descriptions of the location backed up by others stationed there along with the relative age range of people we're talking about here should be enough to validate his belief in the story. The only thing I can't figure out is when you guys were there. I assume you were there after the war but still.. if you were 15 in 45 when the war ended.. you would have to be 80 years old now. Not that there's anything wrong with that. I just don't know that many people over the age of 65 that are computer literate.