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Originally posted by HeavenWolf
reply to post by Privy_Princess
Red bracelets dont have to be kabbalah related. Infact, many jewish people wear red bracelets to fullfill the rabbinical teachings. You need to realize that the zohar is for people who generally have about 30 years of torah study under their belts, before they can begin to understand about the complexities of the spirit. Hollywood has recently gotten into this cultish kabbalah, which is very ..and I mean very dangerous. Leave' it to people like britney spears, Beyonce, and Madonna to lead the way into the darkside. But to be clear, the rituals on Yom Kippur, are holy rituals, ( I practice them myself) and it is to cleanse the spirit of all wrongdoings, and to reconcile yourself with the Most High. We sing a song generally Avinu Malkeinu (Our Father Our King), which kinda just says "what deeds have we (humans) done on our own!?" and we fast from food and water for one day (spiritual affliction). I have been keeping tabs on nephilim in modern times, if you are interested on some of the books or links I may have please just send me a message I will be happy to provide them.
According to Rabbi Yehuda Berg, author of "The Red String Book: The Power of Protection," Kabbalists believe that negative energies can enter people's lives through the "evil eye," which is when someone looks at you with envy and jealousy. Kabbalists' goal is to rid their lives of, protect themselves from and reject negative energy from the evil eye by wearing the bracelet 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To be effective, the string must be wool, dyed red and worn on the left wrist. Additionally, it must be cut from a longer string than was wrapped around the tomb of Rachel, the matriarch of the Bible, in Israel.
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(27) When the time came for her to give birth, there were twin boys in her womb. (28) As she was giving birth, one of them put out his hand; so the midwife took a scarlet thread and tied it on his wrist and said, “This one came out first.” (29) But when he drew back his hand, his brother came out, and she said, “So this is how you have broken out!” And he was named Perez.[a] (30) Then his brother, who had the scarlet thread on his wrist, came out. And he was named Zerah.
a. Genesis 38:29 Perez means breaking out.
b. Genesis 38:30 Zerah can mean scarlet or brightness.
Or, if you prefer the JPS Hebrew-English version: www.mechon-mamre.org...
(17) The men said to her, “This oath you made us swear will not be binding on us (18) unless, when we enter the land, you have tied this scarlet cord in the window through which you let us down, and unless you have brought your father and mother, your brothers and all your family into your house. (19) If anyone goes outside your house into the street, his blood will be on his own head; we will not be responsible. As for anyone who is in the house with you, his blood will be on our head if a hand is laid on him. (20) But if you tell what we are doing, we will be released from the oath you made us swear.”