Originally posted by Neo Christian Mystic
reply to post by dontreally
In six thousand years, what if you were saying the same about our current written sources capable of resisting God's judgement with fire? I am
willing to bet a 100 quid that when people in a few millennia digs up one of us, they would guaranteedly look upon us as stupid primitive people whose
stories are but fables and fairytales. This adventure called life has no good hopes for the people of the past. In short, the Earth has sustained
several human civilisations and ages of prosperity in science and progress, but like God confused the builders of Babel and brought about the Flood
and so on, these civilisations have dissapeared without a trace.
The whole essence of Judaism is memory - remembering our fathers.
That episode in the tower of babel reflects the pagan memory, which is often an emphasis on the future, in metamorphosis, from one state to
Look at how the worlds looking right now. Americans have forgotten the time tested reasons for the constitution - to protect the people FROM the
overcentralization of Government. this is actually a suggestion from Yithro, Moshes fathers in law - a gentile, who obviously symbolizing the world of
business knew exactly how to run society in a just and upright fashion - inspired by G-d. He said Moses concentrate on the bigger issues, while he set
up a officer of thousands, hundred, 50s and 10s..... Basically describing a representative republic.
constitution was based on solid Jewish precepts and values.
Torah is memory - look how far back the Jews go. No peopole has lasted as united as they are. No people have been the focus of the worlds attention -
throughout human history, like they have. The Torah - which you apparently can read in hebrew, is a book of MEMORY. Chronicalling the past so we can
secure our future. The Jews have been the center, and if i understand theosophist alice baileys' theoryies correctly, they are the 'central' pillar
of mankind, although he feels they have to be united and assimilated with the rest of the pagan world by 'any means possible'. She said that in her
"plan for a new world order' in the reoganization of world religions section. She said Orthodox Judaism is a nuisance that has to be dealt with 'by
an means possible'. 1948 she wrote that. Pretty sick id say.
You probably think the Torah is describing an immutable process. You probably think Torah is gnostic, and yet the further in you go, the book of
exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Dueteronomy, it becomes less and less relevant to the antinomian character of gnosis - which as Al Khadir argues to moses
in the Koran is shoet sighted - the 'self;' sees the end...As if moses were just the archetype for the ego or superego, as Freud would say. Moshe is
the ideal human being. He never entered Israel because he symbolized mans completion. Moshe - Moshiach, Moshe will reincarnate as moshiach, the
collective soul of all mankind, who will be able to inspire teshuva, return to G-d and performance of commandments. He began the process 3500 years
ago with the Torah, and the history of the Jewish people aswell as mankind has been necessary to develop both the physical world, and the jewish
people have played an integral part in that (having an abnormal presence of nobel prize laurates, for isntance) and the spiritual world. With the
kabbalah of the Rashby, Ramak, Ari, Ramchal, Ashlag, Besht, alter rebbe, Rebbe Nachman and many many more have expanded the widom of kabbalah in many
ways... Its a cooperation the Jews and gentiles have . The Jews as 'priests' to mankind, whereas mankind has to perform the basic 7 noahide laws,
while the jews being required a more stringent observance of 613.....