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Judaism Exposed Anonymous 01/08/2022 (Sat) 16:39:51 No.2655
This thread is for documenting the perverse nature of modern-day "Judaism", i.e. that religion which emerged following the destruction of the Second Temple that rejects Jesus of Nazareth as the Messiah. Topics that this thread could cover include the nature of the Talmud, Kabbalah, Saturn occultism, Passover blood sacrifices, perverse and immoral Jewish practices and much more.
The Paganization of Judaism: Jews and Reincarnation Gilgul: https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/gilgul Jewish Reincarnation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Zwx_Vk_Sc0 Q&A: Do Jews Believe in Reincarnation by Rabbi Yaakov & Devorah Cohen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hhkb5eLv0II Rabbi Kin on Reincarnation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b84BEWESwFI The Kabbalah Behind Reincarnation, Explained https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6htiKCDVEE
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Judaism and the Saturn Cult All Christians should be aware of the fact that Judaism today is mixed heavily with the worship of the planet Saturn. There is a great deal of Biblical and extra-Biblical evidence in the support of this claim. In rejecting Christ, the Jews have gradually degenerated again into paganism, worshiping heavenly bodies and the hosts of heaven, as they have many times over their history, earning for themselves the wrath of God. Biblical Evidence for Saturn Worship Amos 5:26: >You shall take up Sikkuth your king, and Kiyyun your star-god—your images that you made for yourselves, Kiyyun is an alternative Hebrew name for Saturn, and it is related to Akkadian names that are rendered variously as 'kaiamānu, kayamānu or kajamānu. This same name is carried over into modern day Persian as 'keyvân'. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%DA%A9%DB%8C%D9%88%D8%A7%D9%86#Persian So it appears that Amos 5:26 is mentioning to some extent the worship of Saturn. A look at the Septuagint will make this even more clear. Brenton's Septuagint says the following for this verse: >Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Raephan, the images of them which ye made for yourselves Instead of Kiyyun, it says Raephan. Who is Raephan? Again, unsurprisingly, it is Saturn. The term used here in the Greek, Raephan, is the Coptic word for Saturn, 'rēphan'. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E2%B2%A3%E2%B2%8F%E2%B2%AB%E2%B2%81%E2%B2%9B#Coptic And this verse from the Septuagint is quoted by St. Stephen immediately before he is stoned to death by the Jews in Acts 7:43 - >You took up the tent of Moloch and the star of your god Rephan, the images that you made to worship and I will send you into exile beyond Babylon.’ Some translations say 'Remphan', but it is clearly the same entity being spoken about. Not only do Acts and the Septuagint translation mention this Saturn god, they mention that this god has a star, while the Masoretic manuscripts say that this is a 'star-god'. We know that planets in the ancient world were seen as 'wandering stars' as well. The most obvious referent for the 'the star of Rephan' is of course the star that the Jews use, the so-called 'Star of David'. The middle of the Star of David features a hexagon, which is the same as the hexagon on top of the planet Saturn. Another name for this symbol is the Seal of Solomon, and it was also used by Muslims at various stages of Islam, and we all know that Islam is founded on the circumambulation of a giant black cube, which is most likely connected with this same idea of Saturn worship (look at a cube from one of its vertices and you will see a hexagon again). This is not even to get into the fact that 666 is the number of Satan, and that Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun, and that the hexagon on top of Saturn has six sides. Also, was not King Solomon not the one who was importing 666 talents of gold into his kingdom annually? (1 Kings 10:14). There are just too many coincidences at work here with cubes, star-gods, hexagons, the number six, etc. Christ is the one who breaks open the cube.
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>>2658 More evidence of Saturn occultism from allegedly secular groups. Saturn worship and the cult of the black cube seem to me to be one of the most popular pagan cults in the world today, right out there in the open. Masons, Jews, Muslims, etc. all worship the cube. It is the Baal cult of today.
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Rabbis are Superior to God in Talmudic Judaism According to Bava Metzia 59b, God is capable of being outsmarted by rabbis in a debate. That's right, the learned rabbi knows much better than God does according to the Jews. I will repost the story in full here: >Rabbi Eliezer then said to them: If the halakha is in accordance with my opinion, Heaven will prove it. A Divine Voice emerged from Heaven and said: Why are you differing with Rabbi Eliezer, as the halakha is in accordance with his opinion in every place that he expresses an opinion? >Rabbi Yehoshua stood on his feet and said: It is written: “It is not in heaven” (Deuteronomy 30:12). The Gemara asks: What is the relevance of the phrase “It is not in heaven” in this context? Rabbi Yirmeya says: Since the Torah was already given at Mount Sinai, we do not regard a Divine Voice, as You already wrote at Mount Sinai, in the Torah: “After a majority to incline” (Exodus 23:2). Since the majority of Rabbis disagreed with Rabbi Eliezer’s opinion, the halakha is not ruled in accordance with his opinion. The Gemara relates: Years after, Rabbi Natan encountered Elijah the prophet and said to him: What did the Holy One, Blessed be He, do at that time, when Rabbi Yehoshua issued his declaration? Elijah said to him: The Holy One, Blessed be He, smiled and said: My children have triumphed over Me; My children have triumphed over Me. https://www.sefaria.org/Bava_Metzia.59b.1?lang=bi
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Metatron: The Second YHWH According to mystical Jewish texts following the Second Temple period, there is a 'second YHWH' in heaven. He is just slightly lower than God, with some texts relating that he is identical with Enoch. This is just one of the many pieces of evidence that Judaism has gradually been descending into paganism for centuries, as can be indicated also by reincarnation (gilgul) and various gnostic tendencies, which will be explained later ITT. According to the 1906 Jewish Encylopedia: >Name of an angel found only in Jewish literature. Elisha b. Abuyah, seeing this angel in the heavens, believed there were "two powers" or divinities (Ḥag. 15a, above). When God wept over the destruction of the Temple, Meṭaṭron fell on his face and said: "I will weep; but weep not Thou." God answered and said: "If thou wilt not suffer Me to weep, I will go whither thou canst not come, and there will I lament" >Meṭaṭron bears the Tetragrammaton; for Ex. xxiii. 21 says, "My name is in him." Yet he may not be worshiped; for the same passage says, "Exchange Me not for him" (dialogue between a heretic and a Babylonian teacher, in Sanh. 38b, below; Targ. Yer. to Ex. xxiv. 1 has Michael instead of Meṭaṭron). >These statements, found in the earlier sources, contain all the characteristic traits ascribed to Meṭaṭron in the later mystical works. The latter call him the "prince of the presence" and "prince of the ministering angels" ... He is the "mighty scribe" .... the lord of all the heavenly hosts, of all treasures, and of secrets ... and bears the lesser divine name >The Zohar defines his nature exactly by declaring that he is little lower than God... He is identical in all respects with Enoch; https://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/10736-metatron According to the Encyclopedia Britannica: >Metatron, the greatest of angels in Jewish myths and legends. Metatron is not a figure of the Hebrew Bible, but his name appears briefly in several passages of the Talmud. His legends are predominantly found in mystical Kabbalistic texts. He is variously identified as the Prince (or Angel) of the Presence, as Michael the archangel, or as Enoch after his bodily ascent into heaven. He is commonly described as a celestial scribe recording the sins and merits of men, as a guardian of heavenly secrets, as God’s mediator with men, as the “lesser Yahweh,” as the archetype of man, and as one “whose name is like that of his master.” The latter appellation is based on Hebrew numerology: i.e., when the consonants that constitute the names Metatron and Shaddai (Almighty) are analyzed according to preassigned numerical values, each name totals 314. Elisha ben Abuyah (flourished c. 100 ce) is said to have apostasized after having had a vision of Metatron. https://www.britannica.com/topic/Metatron
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Lurianic Kabbalah Isaac Luria was the formulator of Lurianic Kabbalah. He is probably the most influential Kabbalist, especially in the Chabad circles. Lurianic Kabbalah is essentially a form of gnosticism. In the beginning, Ein Sof (the Infinite) contracted its infinitude in an event known as the Tzimtzum, forming a void within its plenitude to make room for creation. In the void was formed Adam Kadmom, the Primordial Man. Lights flashing from the eyes, nose, mouth and ears of the Primordial Man emanate the ten Sephiroth and the 22 Hebrew letters, which were to be the building blocks of the universe and the structural elements of all things. However, These lights first formed vessels (Kelim) that were to contain the further emanations of the light of the infinite (Or Ein-sof). However, the vessels could not contain these emanations, and in a cosmic catastrophe known as the Breaking of the Vessels (Shevirat ha-Kelim), the vessels were displaced and shattered. The letters, which had been initially assembled into meaningful groups became a Babel of nonsense. This rupture in the universe created a separation of the opposites, in particular, a split between the masculine and the feminine aspects of both God and the Primordial Man. As a result of the Breaking of the Vessels, the Primordial Man was himself partly shattered into a multitude of individual souls, who themselves are comprised of the same fragments or Kellipot that form our world, and which are exiled and alienated in the "Other Side.". The task of individuals is to extract (via an act of birur) those sparks (netzotzim) that are their fortune to encounter in life, and to raise and spiritualize them, so as to reconstitute the Sephiroth and the figure of the Primordial Man as five Partzufim (Visages or Personalities of God) and restore the harmony of the opposites, as well as the conjugal relations between the masculine and feminine aspects of God, man and the world. Each encounter and each life event is seen as an opportunity to raise a spark of holy light or plunge the world even further into darkness. The "raising of the sparks" is the vehicle of Tikkun ha-Olam, the Restoration of the World. The ideal of a restored and redeemed world, which overcomes chaos and evil, gives meaning to that which is senseless, and concretizes emanations of the Sephiroth, is the highest possible perfection, a perfection that assures the completion of Ein-sof the Infinite God. Ein-Sof is completed only through the restorative acts of humankind. In short, it is gnosticism. The world is broken, and to restore it, Jews through their own efforts must follow the 613 commandments to ‘repair the world’ through Tikkun Olam, and basically rebuild God after the cosmic abortion took place in the Tzimtzum (Contraction) of Ein-Sof. This idea is the root of semi-secular progressive ideologies within Judaism to ‘fix’ the world on Earth and build a caricature heaven themselves here in this fallen world. Notice how focused it is on *mankind* doing all the work through following Jewish law. There are many connections with this man’s ideas and Shabbatai Zevi (the Jewish ‘messiah’ of 1666 AD) and Jacob Frank, another antinomian Jew. Kabbalists had a profound impact upon such Christian mystics as Jakob Boehme, and through them, on the German romantic philosophers, Schelling and Hegel. The basic metaphors of the Lurianic Kabbalah are psychologized in Freud, and Jung For more on Kabbalah: https://www.chabad.org/kabbalah/article_cdo/aid/378719/jewish/Basics.htm http://faculty.umb.edu/gary_zabel/Courses/Phil%20281b/Philosophy%20of%20Magic/Arcana/Kabbalah/newkabbalah2.html
Tikkun Olam: Repairing the World?
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The Majority of Jews do not even Believe in God! A significant amount of synagogue-going Jews in this day and age are out-and-out atheists. This is right in line with the mindset that has been discussed earlier in this, namely that of the rabbis besting God in debate, which rested on the idea that "the Torah is not in heaven" (see >>2662). The Jews have become proud and worldly, thinking themselves to be a superior race who has transcended God, seeking to build a this-worldly 'heaven' here on Earth. Ethnic Jews from Jewish religious backgrounds are not an insignificant force in the foundation of modern atheism. One merely has to look at Jews such as Baruch Spinoza, Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud and similar figures. There are entire modern strains of Judaism known as 'Jewish Reconstructionism' which have turned into forms of pantheism, identifying Judaism closely with 'social justice' and other leftist social agendas. Of course, pantheism has long been identified by more perceptive thinkers as essentially a form of atheism, because the totality of the universe as an impersonal conglomerate is not a personal being. The "God" of pantheism is a "God" lower than the man who calls it God, and it may thus be included in this category of atheism for all intents and purposes.
Polytheism in Judaism Kabbalah traditionally posits there being 10 Sephirot (attributes? emanations?) of Ein Sof, i.e. the Infinite. These attributes or emanations of God are described in quite strange terms in Jewish literature, and even the least perceptive of readers gets the vibe that they are not reading about monotheism at all, but rather some sort of polytheistic pantheon. Although there are ten Sephirot, I will focus on just a single one in this post, the Shekhinah, which is very closely associated with the concept of 'the divine feminine'. Is the Shekhinah merely another word to refer to God? Jewish literature doesn't make it seem so! If we look at Joseph Dan’s ‘Kabbalah: A Very Short Introduction’ we see the Shekhinah described in the following terms: >The feminine power in the divine world [...] The employs of the Shekhinah are described in great detail in the Zohar, and coming into contact with her is a main component of kabbalistic rituals. She is the tenth and lowest power in the divine realm, and therefore closest to the material, created world and to human beings [...] As the lowest sefirah she is closest to the sufferings of Israel [...] Being feminine, she is the weakest of the among the divine powers, and the satanic forces can achieve a hold of her and draw her away from her husband (the male divine figure, often the totality of nine other sefirot, or sometimes specifically the sixth sefirah, Tiferet) Does this not sound like a goddess? How could there be weaker divine powers? How could one of these powers have a husband, Tiferet? >Rabbi Abraham ibn Ezra in the middle of the twelfth century, described the kavod-shekhinah as an emanated divine power, which can assume characteristics that allow revelation and anthropomorphic descriptions [...] By the late twelfth century the Shekhinah was conceived as a separate, emanated divine power that is revealed to the prophets and assumes other worldly functions. https://libgen.is/book/index.php?md5=A45CD829E8C184B60E45BF3F1E792FE4 Some have made the same observations as I have too, such as Raphael Patai, author of 'The Hebrew Goddess': > The Hebrew Goddess is a 1967 book by Jewish historian and anthropologist Raphael Patai, in which the author argues that historically, the Jewish religion had elements of polytheism, especially the worship of goddesses and a cult of the mother goddess. >The later editions of the book were expanded to include recent archaeological discoveries and the rituals of unification (Yichudim), which are to unite God with his Shekinah. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hebrew_Goddess Is this just Asherah under another guise?
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Jesus in the Talmud The Jews condemn Jesus Christ in their texts in the strongest of terms, saying that He is boiling in excrement for His sins against Israel. Many Christians today are unaware of the blasphemous hatred for God that is written in the texts of the Jews. One most remember that if one does not know the Son, they cannot be said to know the Father. This is what we are told in 1 John 2:23: >No one who denies the Son has the Father. Whoever confesses the Son has the Father also. John 5:23: >Whoever does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who sent Him. Luke 10:16: [...] and the one who rejects Me rejects Him who sent Me.” The Christians who worship Jews today are on the edge of idolatry towards them and their Zionist entity of "Israel". The Jews slew Jesus Christ, reject Him, and blaspheme Him in the worst of terms. The Jews who reject Christ do not know God. They are in the deepest levels of darkness. https://www.sefaria.org/Gittin.57a.4?lang=bi
All very interesting. What information is there on the Golem and its creation?
>>2681 Ah yes, the famous tale of a Rabi playing God..and it horribly backfiring
Should a distinction not be made then between Jews who do not reject the divinity of Christ but keep to their tribal identity of Jews and Jews who do reject the Divinity of Christ, follow the Talmund and the Paganism on display here?
>>2681 The links below provide a good overview. It’s also important to know that the Jews view the term ‘golem’ to mean a sort of ‘unfinished product’—for example, Adam himself was a golem before God breathed His spirit in it. Medieval rabbis apparently claimed for themselves the same ability through making figures of clay and imparting to it somehow with the divine name. Ironically, the most famous golem story involves the golem going beserk and harming innocents. https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/the-golem https://jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/6777-golem Jews also teach that women are golems so long as they have not had children
>>2684 Jews who do reject the stuff in this thread in favor of Christianity are fine, and fellow Christians. Jews seem to have a tough time actually staying committed to God (Jacob/Israel wrestling with God is pretty much the summation of their entire history), but truly righteous and pious men and women are capable of arising among them, no doubt.
>>2688 It may prove good idea then as to make sure to specify that it's Talmudic Jews and not Jews as a whole that one finds trouble with. Rabbis love to play word games and conflate the issue as to confuse outsiders after all. By making it clear it's not just blanket hatred for the Jewish Ethnic group but rather the Talmud based faith that modern Judaism is; it would close that little outlet and let the more unaware Christians know that the Jews of today are not the Hebrews of the Old Testament.
>>2691 It's unfortunate how muddled the term 'Jew' has become. Even thinking for just a moment, I can think of several different uses of the term 'Jew', namely as a term used in the Gospels and some of the Epistles for those who rejected Christ, or for those belonging to the tribe of Judah in particular, or for the Israelites as a whole, or for the modern ethnoreligious group. Some of these usages are strictly inaccurate, for example, to call all Israelites 'Jews' is a mistake that largely came about due to the fact that ten of the twelve tribes have vanished with the destruction of the Kingdom of Israel, leaving just Judah and Benjamin. The terms became muddled at this point, with Judah (or Jew) becoming essentially synonymous with Israelite. And when most of the Jewish ethnic group by-and-large rejected Christ, the term 'Jew' took on an additional nuance of those who had rejected their promised Messiah and nailed Him to a cross. Even then it is clear from the writings of Paul, John, Luke (etc.) that this term has a religious sense more than an ethnic sense (even if there is a high degree of overlap). Then it becomes complicated by the preponderance of Jews who are involved in shady dealings today in media, politics, entertainment, etc. The cherry on top of course is that the modern ethnoreligious group identifies itself as 'Jews' or 'Jewish', and most accurately speaking, this is what is being referred to by the use of the term in the Gospels, but with the important designation that Jews can most certainly follow Jesus Christ, who is the Messiah promised to their ancestor David. The issue is that even non-religious Jews identify as 'Jews', which makes them interpret some statements in ways that they are not necessarily meant. I guess the important thing to do when talking with someone is to always define one's terms.
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Reminder that when Pilate tried to free Jesus several times and washed his hands of the matter, the Jews said: >His blood be on us and on our children! Surely nobody thinks it possible to say this while killing the Son of God, and after centuries of killing his prophets, and then spend two thousand years in constant rejection of God, without turning into demon-worshippers? They are accursed. The question is: What should our attitude about them be? The worst way we could take this is to become prideful over our not having fallen so low. If we start thinking that our adoption into God's family must mean that we were more worthy than the Jews then we make the mistake of the Pharisees who believed that their Jewishness made them more valuable to God. We should look at the Jews as a warning of what happens to those who are consumed by their hatred for God. >>2658 I don't know much about this whole cube and Saturn business. I'm not sure what to make of it but it is interesting. I happen to know a tiny bit of Akkadian so I looked up kajamanu in the Assyrian dictionary. I didn't find a great deal but I did discover: >kajamanu more ordinarily means something like steady or reliable but it's used as an appellation for Saturn >this word isn't limited to astronomy but has religious significance >it can refer either to the planet or to a god There were a couple more leads including a lexical list often mentioned but I couldn't find it online. Hope this is helpful to someone. As an aside, does anyone else find those cubes on their heads a bit sinister? >>2691 Jews will play word games no matter what you do. I can't imagine that genuinely penitent Jews (not ones aiming to subvert) would be eager to identify themselves as such unless they really were ignorant of the matter. They would probably just call themselves Christians (but then so would the subversive ones until they think you're not looking), I have strong doubts about groups who want to have a foot in both camps. When people say "Jew," they mean the people who rejected God so there really is no confusion unless you're talking within a Christian (or historical) context. In this case just make it clear that you're talking about modern Jews.
>>2696 For all that, we have been taught throughout the ages to not persecute them. Whether this is because of Revelation or simply because doing so is sinful wrath I cannot say (though wasn't there an extensive Church document about converting them?).
Sacrifices on the Day of Atonement Due to the fact that Talmudic Jews reject the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ, many Jews attempt to carry out animal sacrifices in order to atone for their sins, even in the absence of a proper temple to do so in. One example of this is known as ‘Kapparot’. A Jew takes a chicken, waves it around over his head while it is alive, and recites this prayer: >This is my exchange, this is my substitute, this is my atonement. This rooster (hen) will go to its death, while I will enter and proceed to a good long life and to peace Some Jews think that waving a bag of money around over their head does the same thing, not even spilling blood, which is the atonement for sin (Lev. 17:11) Because the Hebrew word גבר can be read as ‘rooster’ or ‘man’, the rooster is able to be used as a substitute for men in the forgiveness of sins. We must not forget the fact that historically Jews have killed Christian children on Yom Kippur in order to atone for their sins, which they are incapable of under their perversion of the Law of Moses.
>>2840 And to think, we make fun of Voodoo.
>>2840 What's next?
>>2855 Look into ‘Kol Nidre’, where Jews on the same day renounce all vows, prohibitions, oaths and promises. >"All vows, obligations, oaths or anathemas, pledges of all names, which we have vowed, sworn, devoted, or bound ourselves to, from this day of atonement, until the next day of atonement (whose arrival we hope for in happiness) we repent, aforehand, of them all, they shall all be deemed absolved, forgiven, annulled, void and made of no effect; they shall not be binding, nor have any power; the vows shall not be reckoned as vows, the obligations shall not be obligatory, nor the oaths considered as oaths." Jews used to be seen as non-trustworthy in court and similar settings due to this.
>>2860 What the... why?
>>2862 Good question. I guess you can’t scheme and swindle if you’re bound by oaths and promises of any kind. It’s fruitless to ask the ‘why’ of many of these things. These are of course the same Jews who put a rope up around their neighborhood on the Sabbath and claim that this transforms the area into their house and allows them to live with less onerous constraints. Their goal in life is swindle God and others at this point
>>2872 A rope, huh. And what makes that rope sooo special as to render a neighborhood into a kibbutz?
>>2898 Being within a continuous and enclosed area on the Sabbath means according to rabbis that you are in a 'private' area and are able to carry on activities that would otherwise be forbidden, such as carrying things. So the rabbis came up with the eruv. The entire area is your 'house' if you and your Jewish buddies build a little wall or lay down some ropes to enclose an area. It's actually even trickier than I've been saying, actually, because if one looks up 'eruv' all of the pictures are Jews attaching some ultra-thin wires to telephone poles so one can hardly even see the enclosed area. https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/700456/jewish/What-Is-an-Eruv.htm
>>2899 That's just plain silly
>>2912 Their schemes usually are. Look up the kosher lightswitch for a laugh. Can't toggle the lights on the sabbath because changing the state of a circuit is work. Solution? Toggle a little plastic bit that will let a random signal through at some random point within the next half hour, which then toggles the light. Because that means you didn't change the state of the circuit by Jewish logic.
GENTILES ARE NOT HUMAN Bava Mezia 114b:2 >Rabbi Shimon ben Yoḥai says that the graves of gentiles do not render one impure, as it is stated: “And you, My sheep, the sheep of My pasture, are man” (Ezekiel 34:31), which teaches that you, i.e., the Jewish people, are called “man,” but gentiles are not called “man.” Since the Torah states with regard to ritual impurity imparted in a tent: “If a man dies in a tent” (Numbers 19:14), evidently impurity imparted by a tent does not apply to gentiles. https://www.sefaria.org/Bava_Metzia.114b.2?with=all&lang=bi Yevamot 61a >The graves of gentiles do not render items impure though a tent, as it is stated: “And you My sheep, the sheep of My pasture, are men [adam]” (Ezekiel 34:31), from which it is derived that you, the Jewish people, are called men [adam] but gentiles are not called men [adam]. Since the Torah introduces the halakha of ritual impurity of a tent with the words: “When a man [adam] dies in a tent” (Numbers 19:14), this halakha applies only to corpses of Jews but not those of gentiles. >The Gemara raises an objection based upon the verse with regard to captives taken during the war against Midian: “And the persons [nefesh adam] were sixteen thousand” (Numbers 31:40), which indicates that gentiles are also referred to as adam. The Gemara answers: They are given this title due to the need to distinguish the people taken captive from the animals that were taken as spoils of war. https://www.sefaria.org/Yevamot.61a.1?with=all&lang=bi
>>2988 that entire book is so twisted and insane. What sort of sick mind(s) would come up with even half of the content inside that book?
>>2988 >talmud >hate, racism And theft, grand larceny, massive child abuse rituals, women hating, animal abuse, forgeries, necrophilia, scatophilia, genocide, mass murder, torture, blasphemies, etc Pretty much everything bad under the sun
>>2655 thank you very much for all of this information. it's greatly appreciated. God bless you!
Where next on our fantastic voyage of uncovery? The Kibbutz? The Khazar?

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