Judaism

Secrecy and Deceit 

https://books.google.com/books?id=5fMBnHUiwukC&pg=PA68&lpg=PA68&dq=Alvin+Radkowsky,+%22The+Relationship+between+Science+and+Judaism,%22&source=bl&ots=xeidlTZUUy&sig=ACfU3U1736On13T-FLtPAj5sl09CgFm7hA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiInqCm7q7hAhXOwFkKHYLYB6MQ6AEwAXoECAcQAQ#v=onepage&q=Alvin%20Radkowsky%2C%20%22The%20Relationship%20between%20Science%20and%20Judaism%2C%22&f=false

The chosen people, without a doubt. I came to belief in God because of physics, then had to make a determination what to believe. I believe that God is unknowable, yet we have a personal relation with God. I think that to God we are all equal, yet when it comes to religion, and history, the Jews definitely stand out as chosen. Either they control religion by a conspiracy, or God did it.

Regardless, they must have whatever they choose, otherwise you will have war. Consider that most wars have had a religious component, then think of how Judaism is the foundation of both Islam and Christianity. If religion is how you control people, then Judaism is how you control religion.      

Frankism

http://historyreligionandtruth.com/sites/default/files/RLJ-1273.pdf    The word “abyss” comes from Greek and means “a bottomless gulf.” The Biblecalls it the “bottomless pit” and it is a prison where evil spirits are kept by God.(Rev. 9:1-11) It is also the place where the Devil is going to be imprisoned during the 1,000 years kingdom  Revelation 20:1-3

Jacob Frank wanted to take all his followers to the abyss and they are in hell today burning with fire and cursing their leader.

Walter Benjamin 1940 On the Concept of History

https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/benjamin/1940/history.htm

IX

My wing is ready to fly
I would rather turn back
For had I stayed mortal time
I would have had little luck.
– Gerhard Scholem, “Angelic Greetings”  

 

 

Rashba - Shlomo ibn Aderet

https://thetorah.com/allegorizers-of-torah-and-the-story-of-their-prosec...

Allegorizers of Torah and the Story of their Prosecution in Languedoc (1305)

The Jewish Allegorists:
Rashba’s Curse

In a public letter to Abba Mari of Montpellier (more about him later), the great Catalonian sage, Rashba (Solomon ben Aderet, 1235-1310; Barcelona, Catalonia), had this to say in 1304 about Jews in Languedoc who were reading Scripture through philosophic allegory:

Ramban [Nahmanides]

Knowladge of God and the early kabbalah Jonathan Dauber

Disputation_of_Barcelona  (July 20–24, 1263)

Templars and the Jews

From Quora 
Paula R. Stiles, Templar historian
Answered May 23, 2018
I wrote an entire PhD thesis that discussed Templar relations with their associates, including Jews and Muslims. I’ll try to boil this down to short and sweet: Yes, the Templars protected Jews. In fact, they were noted for protecting Jews. Yes, they did this to the point that it affected their reputation (mostly positively) with local Jews and (negatively) with the more antisemitic of their Christian neighbors.

Guide for the Perplexed, by Moses Maimonides

HTML  https://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/maimonides-a-guide-for-the-perplexed

Moses Maimonides, A Guide for the Perplexed, translated from the original Arabic text by M. Friedlaender, 4th revised ed. (New York: E.P. Dutton, 1904). 8/25/2019. https://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/1256#Maimonides_0739_228

Kabbalistic teachings of Zoroaster

http://www.sacred-texts.com/jud/zdm/zdm001.htm

Whence then did Kabbalistic philosophy derive its origin, For the resolution of this question we must go eastwards to Babylon, whither the Jewish people were transplanted as captives at the fall of Jerusalem, and where the t

were exercising a wide influence over the popular mind. What those teachings were we are able to judge from the sacred book of the Persians, the Zend Avesta, a copy of which was

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Sephiroth

Israel Shamir

PARDES An etude in Cabbala By Israel Shamir The Road To Suez

Redemption Through Sin By Gershom Scholem

Redemption Through Sin 

By Gershom Scholem 


I 

•NO CHAPTER IN the history of the Jewish people during the last several hundred years has been as 
shrouded in mystery as that of the Sabbatian movement. On one point, at least, there is no longer any 
disagreement: the dramatic events and widespread religious revival that preceded the apostasy of 
Sabbatai Zevi in 1666 form an important and integral part of Jewish history and deserve to be studied 
objectively, to the exclusion of moralistic condemnations of the historical figures involved. It has 

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