AD 1800 to 1900

Éliphas Lévi -- Eliphas Levi He also expressed his independence by leaving the Masonic lodge of the "Great Orient", believing that it was a form of modern secularization, where knowledge of the original meanings of symbols and rituals was lost. "I ceased being a freemason, at once, because the Freemasons, excommunicated by the Pope, did not believe in tolerating Catholicism."[2]

La Bible de la liberté [The Bible of Liberty].
Histoire de la magie [The History of Magic].

Gerrit Smith "The Religion of Reason"

Unknown By Gershom Scholem

Gershom Scholem (1897-1982)

Carl Gustav Jung

Carl Jung and the Spiritual Problem of the Modern Individual



Grand Sanhedrin



Leibentz and the Kabbalah

Cecil Rhodes

Saint Bernard Abbot of Clairvaux

Marie-Théodor Ratisbonne, N.D.S., (December 28, 1802 – January 10, 1884) was a French Jewish convert to the Catholic Church, who became a priest and missionary and who later founded the Congregation of Our Lady of Sion. He was the brother of Marie-Alphonse Ratisbonne, who joined him in this effort. He was baptized in 1826, at which time he added the name Marie (Mary) to his given name, and was ordained as a priest in 1830. 

Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan (1881 - 1983)

n 1935, Kaplan wrote Judaism as a Civilization, a book which became the foundation of the new Reconstructionist Movement, and which is still published in paperback. Kaplan taught that we need a reconstruction of the religious foundations of Judaism in light of our understanding that Judaism is a religious civilization. He promoted democracy in the synagogue community and advocated voluntary membership, elected leadership, and respect for the religious opinions of individuals.


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