posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 12:47 PM
reply to post by pikypiky
Judaism doesnt worship a 'godhead'. A godhead by definition is a limited thing.
G-d, in the ACTUAL sense, as in creator of all reality, ex nilo, thats what Judaism worships. The design of the Temple is also symbolic of the
spiritual worlds so its design is precisely designed (its dimensions being delineated by the prophet ezekiel and explained in detail by the 17th
century kabbalist Moshe Chaim Luzatto Read here
) to channel the proper and ordered spiritual energy and
order of the creator into this world. This is why the PTB give the Jews such a hard time.
The above information is meaningful because the temple mount in jerusalem is the 'naval of all reality'. In order to affect the 'branches', ie;
the rest of creation, you have to first affect its root - the temple mount. All of us are bound to this spiritual center and so when a temple is
built, are collective 'psyche' will become more disposed towards the spiritual energies being drawn down.