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Originally posted by TruthStrgnrThanFiction
Does anyone know anything about the Kabbala with regards to Satanic Ritual Abuse ??
All I know about it is that Maddona uses it, it can lead to great enlightenment but also insanity if used wrong.
"The mystical marriage with the queen goddess of the world represents the hero's total mastery of life; for the woman is life, the hero its knower and master. And the testings of the hero, which were preliminary to his ultimate experience and deed, were symbolical of those crises of realization by means of which his consciousness came to be amplified and made capable of enduring the full possession of the mother-destroyer, his inevitable bride. With that he knows that he and the father are one; he is in the father's place."
- Joseph Campbell, The Hero with a Thousand Faces
"For it was the Sumerian religious credo that the ritual marriage between the king of Sumer and its fertility Goddess [Inanna] full of sexual allure, was essential for the fertility of the soul and the fecundity of the womb and that it brought about the prosperity of the land and the well being of its people. The first Sumerian ruler who celebrated this rite was the shepherd-king Dumuzi (the Biblical Tammuz) who reigned in Erech...early in the third millennium BC."
- Samuel Noah Kramer, History Begins at Sumer
"Annually she [Innana] mated with the shepherd god Dumuzi (or Tammuz) who incarnated the creative powers of spring. His autumnal death symbolized the seasonal decline, and their reunion in the spring resurrection the renewal of the earth."
- Jennifer and Roger Woolger, The Goddess Within
Out of the few books I've read on the subject I've seen nothing where it promoted ritual abuse.
Kabbalah is a complex study, and as a practice it outdates the Illuminati by several hundred years.
Kabbalah is a variation of the Jewish religion and supposedly it was priests practicing the Kabbalah that trained Jesus.
And as I tried to state above, satanists aren't pagans -- they're inverted Christians, as they obviously believe in Jesus and God just as fervently as those who go to a Christian church. Pagans don't worship satan or even believe in such an entity, and most witches are pagans. Paganism is a nature-based religion, and satan has no place there.
I believe even God in the garden of eden made a comment about man being like gods Something about we can't let them realize they are like us... so he then put our light in a flesh body to stop it...
Also if your gonna debate this please don't keep referring to your bible as proof... find some proof outside of your own bible... find some proof outside of your own bible... archeological findings etc. Everyone interprets thier own bible differently hense so many different religioins.
As for Jesus there is nothing in the bible about his education. The passages that you refer to were written long after Jesus death by people who did not even know him. You have to admit that Jesus was a left winger in his time. His teachings did not conform to the standard Jewish beliefs at that time. If Jesus were alive today he would be a democrate I'm sure lol There is a lot of evidence archeologically that Jesus was educated by priest who practiced the Kaballa
Ischyros, you are quite mistaken if you think Kabbalah is about becoming "equal to God".
Closely connected herewith is the doctrine that the pious are enabled to ascend toward God even in this life, if they know how to free themselves from the trammels that bind the soul to the body (see Ascension). Thus were the first mystics enabled to disclose the mysteries of the world beyond. According to Anz, l.c., and Bousset, "Die Himmelreise der Seele," in "Archiv für Religionswissenschaft," iv. 136 et seq., the central doctrine of Gnosticism—a movement closely connected with Jewish mysticism—was nothing else than the attempt to liberate the soul and unite it with God. "
(From the same Jewish Encyclopedia Cabala article.)
Also about Kabbalah & magic being forbidden in the Torah (ummin & thummin, remember those?)
Unlike you, I have taken the time to look at other faiths and practices from the point of view of their practitioners, and have spoken to them in a respectful manner in order to get a better picture of the subjects. To do otherwise -- and slander them in the process by calling them silly names -- is to propitiate those very human demons, Ignorance, Fanaticism and Intolerance.