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  1. S.

    Ti fai tante domande 😉

  2. Hat dies auf From guestwriters rebloggt und kommentierte:
    Unsere Welt ist überfüllt mit Fragen und Empörung. Aber wer wagt es, die Regierungschefs zur Ordnung zu rufen und sie um klare Antworten zu bitten?
    Wollen diese Regierungschefs ein Auge für das gemeine Volk haben und noch mehr auf eine Umwelt achten, in der sich Pflanzen, Tiere und Menschen wohlfühlen und ohne Angst den kommenden Tagen entgegensehen können?

    • Weltlich und spirituell Mächtige sind an Ihre Überzeugung und Mission festgebunden
      Sie werden dem subjektiven Moment eines Menschen keine Beachtung schenken

      Die Angst
      das eigene Übel nicht zu verdrängen
      über sich selbst zur Einsicht zu kommen

      der Versuch zum Besseren
      zur Tat kann helfen

      von anderen
      sich in keiner Art und Weise abhängig zu machen

      • Wir sind zwar weltlichen und geistlich mächtigen Menschen unterworfen und an sie gebunden, aber das liegt in der Regel daran, dass wir selbst diese Menschen an die Macht gebracht oder ihnen erlaubt haben, Macht zu erlangen.

        Jeder von uns sollte an sich selbst arbeiten, unabhängig von den Menschen um uns herum, aber in Respekt und Dankbarkeit gegenüber anderen.

        In gleicher Weise muss jeder von uns an sich selbst arbeiten, nicht nur, um besser zu werden, sondern auch, um zu handeln. Passivität im Leben gibt anderen die Möglichkeit, ihre Macht und andere zu missbrauchen oder viele von sich abhängig zu machen.

        Deshalb ist es wichtig, sich in keiner Weise abhängig zu machen und die Freiheit des Denkens und Handelns hochzuschätzen.

      • Was ich nicht änder kann
        das muss ich ertragen

        wir sind alle
        in der Innenwelt
        und in der Aussenwelt
        verstrickt und gebunden

        die Arbeit daran
        ist sich selbst darüber
        bewusst zu werden

        die Innenwelt
        ist und wird
        der äusseren Macht durch
        – Folter
        – Unterdrückung
        – Hinrichtung
        nicht zugänglich

        wer ein Amt inne hat
        ob spirituell oder weltlich
        kann nicht sich sicher sein
        dass er
        bei seinen Entscheidungen
        – nicht –
        von seinem eigenen Schatten
        überfallen wird

        ich weiss mir nicht
        woran und wie der Nächste
        seine Arbeit
        zur Anerkennung
        der unteilbaren Menschenwürde
        vollbringen kann und muss

        der andere Mensch
        ist mir in seinem Innersten
        nicht zugänglich
        er bleibt mir Geheimnis

        dass der andere soll
        kennen wir aus den heiligen Schriften

        ein Despot
        ein Verbrecher
        wird den Gerechten
        nicht fürchten

        Freiheit ist ein Wort
        das in aller Munde ist

        jeder versteht
        dieses Wort auf seine Weise

        die eigenen Schattenarbeit
        ist die Kernaufgabe
        von uns Menschen

  3. The Uncreated Light. Old Testament Apologetic @
    Greetings “The Uncreated Light”, the theology of Monotheism flagrantly violates the 2nd Commandment of the revelation of the Torah at Sinai. It likewise negates the “Aggaditah” of Moshe sent as an “Angel” of HaShem to judge the Gods of Egypt. It further disqualifies the oath brit that Yehoshua cut the post “g’lut” generation, following the decree that Israel endure 40 years of exile in the Wilderness. The oath brit sworn at Gilgal, punctuated by the mitzva of brit melah — that HaShem would war against the Gods of Canaan just as did HaShem war against the Gods of Egypt.

    The Xtian Bible translations, one and all, an utter abomination. On par with the negative commandments of sodomy, witchcraft, and but of course the biggie – the basis for all 365 negative commandments within the Torah revelation – avodah zarah – the direct commandment of the revelation of the Torah at Sinai. When the nation of Israel heard the 2nd commandment following the first Commandment, (the golden calf, the revelation of tumah avodah zarah, Aaron the elder brother of Moshe the prophet, translated the Spirit Name of HaShem unto a word – אלהים), when Klall Yisroel heard the 2nd Commandment – they knew that they would surely die.

    The 2nd Commandment of the revelation of the Torah at Sinai, it defines ‘fear of heaven’. This key Torah concept goes by another name: Baal Shem Tov. Not the person who founded Chassidus following the 1648 Cossack revolt against Polish aristocracy. No one knows the horrific death count commited by Bogdan Khmelnitsky. That רשע bears responsibility for slaughter without cause. His cossacks murdered entire Polish Jewish communities. The Jewish leader known as the Baal Shem Tov, reorganized the shattered Jewish survivors – a truly righteous man.

    Rabbi Israel ben Eliezer, also known by the rabbinic acronym the Besht – an abbreviation for Baal Shem Tov\Master of the Good Name. A person with fear of heaven lives his\her life fully cognizant that the reputation of a person compares to a balloon hovering over a field of cactus. Bogdan Khmelnitsky, his name – a name of infamy, comparable to Stalin and Hitler and Poop Pius xii.

    Am writing a response to your opening thesis: [[[“””The Old Testament is emphatic in our understanding of God and our entire existence. The ideology that God in the Old Testament is somehow a different god than in the New Testament has it’s roots in Marcionism and Gnosticism. Such a distorted subversion of the truth has lead to this mindset as more and more commonplace today. The Old Testament is vital to the essence of Christianity, I seek to dispel this erroneous notion of different gods, refute frequent arguments for it, and show how God’s love is throughout the Old Testament and not just the New Testament. May God aid this to be edifying and beneficial to all who read it. In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.”””]]] Emphatically reject your Amen. אל מלך נאמן has nothing what so ever no part or portion with your absurd thesis statement.

    Am an Israeli so we definitely do not know one another. But it appears to me, based upon the noise you write about “The Heresy of Gnosticism” that you’re either a Catholic or Orthodox persuasion Xtian. Gnosticism long preceded the Catholic Protestant split. That 30 year War which likewise culminated in 1648, it killed more people comparable to the carnage of World War I. That first European Civil War in the 20th Century killed the British empire. True it did not formally collapse until after the 2nd European Civil War of that Century. The good name of Europe hopefully shall never recover following the Shoah war crimes against humanity. Gone the ‘White Man’s burden’ to govern the dark skinned inferior races.

    Most Xtians with whom swords have crossed, they get easily offended and erase my comments. As if criticism of their ‘holier than thou’, their presumptions of scholarship, their outright arrogant attitudes, constitutes as a personal attack upon their characters. Yidden we conclude the Shemone Esrai da’avening with
    אלהי נצר לשוני מרע ושפתי מדבר מרמה וכו
    Its a truly beautiful way to conclude Jewish tefillah. But Xtians as a rule think they have no reason to learn the T’NaCH in its original tongue. So shall not overly burden you by revealing your absolute ignorance.

    Wrote a rather long comment on your post: Septuagint vs. Masoretic Text which you did not erase. Bravo. But I should address your slander made upon the Talmud. In that post you write:
    [[[“””The Masoretic Text is the traditional Hebrew text of the Jewish bible, “This monumental work was begun around the 6th century ad and completed in the 10th by scholars at Talmudic academies in Babylonia and Palestine.” Right on the outset, the question arises why do Christians value the translation of scholars at the Talmudic academy? The Talmud that blasphemes our Lord Jesus Christ saying He is burning in hell (Gittin 57a) and that our Holy Lady Theotokos is a whore.”””]]] Honestly this business of cherry picking, taking something completely out of context merits a rebuke. This tumah slander Joseph Goebbels would applaud.

    Goyim (a term of respect, contrasted by the Xtian “Pagan” term of contempt) do not know the difference between the Mishna and the Gemarah. Talmud to the vast majority of brain washed Xtians, it amounts to just another 4 letter cuss word. The Mishna, codified in about 210 CE (the BC AD time reference Jews do not give any respect. Xtianity worships other Gods). The specific Mishna in the 5th chapter of Gittin (do you know what that means?) addresses some of the consequences of the Bar Cochba revolt, specifically the fall of the fortress of Beitar. No less than half of the Jewish population living in Judea died fighting that revolt against Roman oppression. Jews endured a 2000+ year g’lut\exile as a result of this terrible defeat. Not till the 20th Century have the Jewish people suffered such a horrific extermination.

    That Mishna addresses the legality of סיקריקון\SICARICON – property stolen by Roman soldiers. That misquoted Gemarah never directly condemned a mythical imaginary JeZeus son of Mary. It taught a mussar about the distinction between disgracing an Israel, even if that Israel worships avodah zarah — from disgracing a Goy, who worships avodah zarah. Have addressed this other post because Monotheism violates the 2nd Commandment of the Torah revelation at Sinai — your thesis statement which I quoted in [[[“”” “””]]] above.

    Every bible translation corrupt and evil. One and all totally inaccurate. How? A reasonable question which merits an immediate response. The Talmud (the learning of Mishnaic common law as expressed by the Gemarah commentary made upon the Mishnah), the codification of Jewish law produced by Judean society before the g’lut\exile by the Romans. Rabbi Yechudah HaNassi\President wrote the Mishnah about 80 years after the fall of Beitar to the Roman legions. Rabbis Ravinna and Ashi sealed the Gemarah text commentaries made upon the Mishna about 450 CE.

    Rabbis replaced the P’rushim, translated into the Greek word Pharisees in the new testament. The P’rushim taught Torah during the 110 year period where Judea ruled itself as an Independent nation. Following the fall of Judea to the Roman empire, rabbis replaced P’rushim.
    The latter lead the Civil War against the Hashmonaim kings who broke the alliance made with the P’rushim, cut during the Independence War against the Syrian Greeks. After seizing the reins of government the Hashmonaim kings preferred the more malleable Tzeddukim traitors.
    The Hashmonaim kings therefore broke the previous alliance with the P’rushim, and cut an alliance with the Tzeddukim (translated into Greek as Sadducees) assimilated priests\cohonim of the House of Aaron who rule as the entitled 2% of the Judea banana republic ruled by Persian and Greek empires. A long Civil War erupted immediately thereafter. That Civil War lasted approximately 100 of the 110 years the Hashmonaim kingdom ruled as an Independent nation. A complicated piece of history which you most probably know nothing about.

    The fundamental distinction which separates the Talmud from the avodah zarah of Xtianity, the latter forever talks about the Gods. Whereas never once mentioned the Name of HaShem within all 20 volumes of the Talmud. Upon what scales of Justice does Israeli Independence as a free nation stand or fall? Justice Justice Pursue. The entire T’NaCH & Talmud focuses upon this single issue.

    The last mitzva Moshe the prophet exercised his energies before he passed, establishing 3 of the 6 cities of refuge. No man, not even Moshe, could build 3 cities in a single day! Moshe the prophet established the small Sanhedrin federal courts of lateral common law. The T’NaCH & the Talmud both learn by means of precedents. Precedents define how common law court rooms function. All biblical translations – evil. All biblical translation expunge the order of sugiot from the T’NaCH. Comparable to removing all paragraphs from a Term research paper.

    The organization of the T’NaCH Books of literature into sugiot serves as the foundation by which later scholars can compare and contrast similar sugiot; and thereby learn the mussar which each and every sugia of the T’NaCH commands unto its required k’vanna (roughly translated as “intent”).

    This address has reached a bit more length than originally planned, thank you for your patience. Let’s learn. Shall not address any new testament passages because Ezra and the Men of the Great Assembly sealed the T’NaCH like rabbi Yechudah sealed the Mishna like Rav Ashi and Ravina sealed the Gemara forming the Talmud. This sealed masoret\tradition thereby became the permanent inheritance of all generations of Jews. All generations build our Torah faith based upon this shared masoret. Earlier to present generations equally share an identical masoret by which they learn the responsibility of ruling the oath sworn lands with justice … blessing or curse.

    Oral Torah exists as logic. Logic respects no personal “ego this” or “I believe that”. Law represents reaching a legal decision based upon precedents. Both the study of the T’NaCH and the study of the later Talmud — both stand upon the יסוד\foundation of precedents. T’NaCH commands mussar commandments. Talmud commands halachic ritual observances woven together with T’NaCH mussar commandments. Comparable to a loom which has a warp and weft opposing threads. The יסוד\foundation of the entire Talmud, the kabbalah of פרדס chariot mysticism taught by Rabbi Akiva. All the rabbinic authorities within the Talmud, they all follow and base their legal opinions upon the פרדס kabbalah taught by Rabbi Akiva. All rabbinic opinions expressed in the Talmud obey as students – the kabbalah Rabbi Akiva taught.

    This kabbalah defines the whole of the 20 volumes of the Babylonian Talmud. The Romans killed Rabbi Akiva in the Bar Kokhba war. They attempted to murder all his talmidim. Five survived from some 20,000 students of Rabbi Akiva who all died during the war against Rome. And from these 5 survivors comes the entire Sha’s Yerushalmi and Sha’s Bavli. The Gaonic Midrashim bases itself upon their kabbalah. Talmud stands upon the יסוד of פרדס, while the Siddur (over 248 prophets involved in its codification of tefillah known as the Shemone Esrai) stands upon the יסוד known as מעשה בראשית. The scholarship of the two combined kabbalot form the warp and weft known as Judaism.

    Shall now learn the following based upon the rule of learning by way of precedents. (1) Deuteronomy 4:31. (2) Jeremiah 31:20 (3) Joel 2:32, no such p’suk exists. (4) 2 Kings 2:23-24 T’NaCH has no chapters and verses. Jewish scholarship upon the T’NaCH does not cherry pick verses, taken totally out of context, as does Xtian scholarship. Starting with the letters of Paul, and followed thereafter by the Books of the gospels. In sequence of the time their manuscripts first became published.

    The sugia of דברים ד:א – כד.

    The mussar which Moshe the prophet commands Israel on the last day before he passed from this world. Prophetic mussar mitzvot MUST derive from Torah commandments. Xtianity, big on their theology of messiah, and total silence upon which of the 613 commandments serves as the basis by which the prophet Shmuel anointed king David as Moshiach! Any attempt to impose any mitzva independent of Torat Moshe qualifies as the worship of בעל פעור — (a reference to the war with Balak and Bilaam).

    The prophet then proceeds to define the distinctions between wisdom and understanding which define all Torah scholarship. Tefillah, for example – a duty of the heart. Prayer by contrast a plea to the Gods in the heavens. The prophet gives a solemn warning not to forget the revelation of the Torah at Sinai, which the biblical translations expunge. They all violate the first and second commandments of the Sinai revelation. JeZeus did not take Israel out of Egypt and has no connection to the Spirit Name of HaShem which no word can communicate. Aaron erred on this exact point when he translated the Spirit name of HaShem unto אלהים. No bible translation nor koran ever once brings the Name revealed at Sinai. Therefore all Goyim reject the revelation of the Torah at Sinai and consequently worship other Gods. All word translations of the Name: Yahweh, Jehovah, Lord, JeZeus, Allah – all exactly duplicate the sin of the Golden Calf.

    Avodah zarah does not translate as idolatry. Idolatry limits the reality of the Gods to 3 physical dimensions, as does the modern scientific method which limits reality to empirical physical evidence – similar to the mistake Euclid made in his 5th axiom of geometry. But avodah zarah stands upon the Torah negative commandment: not to follow the ways of Egypt and Canaan; all Goyim which reject the revelation of the Torah at Sinai. Like as do all Xtians and Muslims.

    Catholics bow down to their crucifix crosses. Protestants removed JeZeus from their crosses based upon this Torah. Why did HaShem take Israel out of Egyptian slavery? This key question defines the entire Talmud. Justice Justice pursue. Justice comes from courts of law. Justice first and foremost a domestic local issue. How does Israel not forget the brit? We remember the oaths which our forefathers swore in the Name of HaShem (the 1st commandment) and we do mitzvot לשמה. The opening Mishna of גיטין teaches that Jews in g’lut lost the knowledge how to do mitzvot לשמה.

    The sages advice, learn the prophet Isaiah to grasp the prophetic mussar which defines the above פרק\sugia of Torat Moshe addressed above. A similar sugia precedent from this prophetic source: ישיעה יא:יא-יד:כז. The vision of geulah from g’lut! The empires of Babylon and Assyria utterly and totally destroyed, like the army of Par’o after the splitting of the Sea of Reeds. Why does HaShem bring destruction and g’lut upon mighty empires and unto Israel? The empires ruled with cruelty and oppression and Israel failed to rule the oath sworn lands with justice. The mussar rebuke of Isaiah defines the k’vanna of the פרק of Torat Moshe learned above. Learning through common law precedents defines the wisdom of the Torah.

    All Xtian biblical translations, when they expunged the Order of sugiot from the T’NaCH lost the ability to learn the Torah by the logic of comparative sugiot. (2) ירמיה לא:כ-כא. A similar case/precedent ירמיה ו:כא. The mussar rebuke: when Israel forgets to do the commandments לשמה. The (3) ?. And lastly (4) מלכים ב ב:א-כב. The precedent sugia of similar mussar: מלכים א ב:כו-מו. Blessing contrasted by cursing. Herein the T’NaCH learns mussar, applicable to all generations of bnai brit, based upon the wisdom of precedents learned by comparing similar or contrasting sugiot. Sugiot define the Order of the Hebrew T’NaCH and like (3) ? Sugiot do not exist in any Xtian biblical translation of evil.

  4. nicholasv56 God’s View of our Work – Isaiah

    [[[“””The integral connection of our work and the practical application of our worship also show up in the stories of two kings the prophet used to highlight the place of trusting God in the workplace. Both Ahaz and Hezekiah had leadership responsibilities in Judah as monarchs. Both faced terrifying enemies bent on the destruction of their nation and the city of Jerusalem. Both had the opportunity to believe God’s word through the prophet Isaiah that God would not allow the nation to fall to the enemy. In fact, God’s word to Ahaz was that what the terrified king most feared would not take place, but “if you do not stand firm in faith, you shall not stand at all” (Is. 7:9). Ahaz refused to trust God for deliverance, turning instead to an imprudent alliance with Assyria.”””]]].

    My response to this cherry picking narishkeit. The name given to the 5th Book of the Torah\דברים, this closing Book of Torat Moshe has a second famous name among the Jewish People – משנה תורה\Mishna Torah. Rabbi Yechudah the Prince, his famous codification of Jewish common law takes the name Mishna. Much later the Reshon, who has the acronym of Rambam, named his infamous code & Hebrew translation of Jewish law — Mishna Torah — translating Talmudic Aramaic to Mishnaic Hebrew, like Rabbi’s Mishna. Why infamous code? Publication of this code of halachah radically changed the pre-existent Talmudic definition for the term “Halachah”. This radical code of halachah – it moved the Goal Posts of Torah learning, and produced Civil War and the collapse of Torah learning. Hence the phrase ירידת הדורות\the generations in decline.

    The Talmud stands upon the יסוד\foundation of kabbalah which Rabbi Akiva introduced, known as פרדס chariot mysticism. All the Rabbis within the sealed masoret\tradition of the Talmud/”owned”, “followed”, and “obeyed”, the teachings of Rabbi Akiva. These sages became Rabbi Akiva’s talmidim\students. Rabbi Akiva – the father of the Talmud – Yerushalmi and Bavli. That רשע, ignobly remembered by the generations as the Rambam, his code of halachah which his chutzpah expressed itself, he named this vile code of halachah — “Mishna Torah”. that famous Reshon scholar did not know, much less understand the פרדס chariot mysticism taught by Rabbi Akiva and every Rabbi within the pages of the Talmud. He divorced the married couple: Aggaditah and Halachah, and he refused to give Aggaditah her ‘get’. The Rambam code of halachah likewise divorced the common law way of learning the T’NaCH Primary Sources as equally applicable to the masoret of learning the Sha’s Mishna and Gemarah – the Talmud.

    Learning the T’NaCH by comparing or contrasting sugiot defines the sh’itta of learning this Primary Source of the sealed masoret. Rabbi Yechudah – the Prince – based his codification of Oral Torah – the Mishna – upon this exact same יסוד which the T’NaCH Books learn. Common law learns by way of precedents, NOT competitive commentaries/pilpul. The discipline of Common Law, compares sugiot to similar sugiot precedents. The T’NaCH preceded the Talmud by centuries. The post 2nd Temple Talmud follows the precedent of learning which the T’NaCH 1st Temple established.

    Why does the Book of דברים likewise have the name משנה תורה? The Sages of Israel teach that the revelation of the Written Torah at Sinai encompasses תרי”ג commandments. The Sages of Israel likewise teach, that following the revelation of the opening first two Commandments at Sinai, the People whom HaShem and Moshe brought out of Egypt, cried out in absolute dread, that if they heard another Commandment from the voice of HaShem – that they would surely die as a nation, there on the spot at the foot of Mt. Sinai.

    The Sages of Israel teach 3 Basic Divisions which separate and distinguish the תרי”ג commandments: קום ועשה, שב ולא תעשה, וקום ועשה זמן גרמא… positive, negative, and positive time oriented commandments. This רשע, his rebellion against the authority of Torat Moshe places him together with the precedents of disgrace ‘the 10 spies, and Korach. In his Book of Commandments he chose to divide the תרי”ג commandments into positive and negative Commandments. A fundamental error, that other great Torah sages, like the B’hag – (a late Gaonim\”the magnificent”/, a period in Jewish history from approximately 500 to 1040 C.E, marked by intense scholarship at the Babylonian academies by scholars who studied and interpreted the Talmud), also regretfully made.

    This 3rd category of Torah commandments, unlike קום ועשה ושב ולא תעשה, requires “k’vannah”. Furthermore, the Mishna of ברכות teaches that this type of Torah commandment – an obligation only upon Men. The simple explanation for the exclusion of women from the obligation to keep positive time oriented commandments, to achieve “k’vannah” requires Talmud; the study of Talmud … a positive time oriented Torah commandment. Women had no portion with the golden calf error which defines the tumah revelation of avodah zarah; therefore the double inheritance of קום ועשה ושב ולא תעשה commandments rests first upon the women of Israel.

    Learning how to learn takes years of intense study, and even then – based upon the ignorance of the Rambam – few grasp the depths of kabbalah taught by Rabbi Akiva and his 5 surviving talmidim, whom the Romans failed to murder. Rabbi Akiva himself and 20,000 of his talmidim did not survive the 2nd attempt to throw off the oppressive yoke of Roman rule. The Romans delighted and perfected the malignant narcissism of torturing captured prisoners – a war crime against humanity, both then and today.

    An interpretation\translation for משנה תורה – ‘Legislative Review’. Kings, Parliaments, Congress, Legislators – one and all resent and oppose Courts, within any given country, who possess the mandate that enables these Courts to annul laws passed by the Government. משנה תורה goes beyond the parameters of negating laws imposed by ruling governments. משנה תורה gives the Great Sanhedrin lateral common law courtrooms the power to re-write laws imposed by governments upon the People, such that these re-written laws comply with the k’vanna of the Written Torah – the Constitution of the chosen Cohen Republic of States. But how do lateral Sanhedrin courtrooms achieve what virtually all governments throughout history despise and reject? Comparable to the NaCH, whereby ancient authorities demanded from the prophets not to command mussar in Israel. That these prophets should teach mussar only within the kingdom of Yechudah.

    The answer to this question most most essentially defines the kabbalah of Talmudic learning. This kabbalah, originally taught by Rabbi Akiva, that רשע Reshon clearly did not know. That halachic codification, made during the early Middle Ages, it redefined halacha — by shearing this fundamental branch of Talmudic scholarship away from קום ועשה זמן גרמא מצות, the Rambam destroyed and uprooted Israel from off the well trodden path which Talmudic halachah defined prior to the Rambam rebellion against Torat Moshe.

    Halachah as codified within that Reshon codification limited the scope of Halachah to rabbinic positive and negative commandments. This gross error of judgment, it profaned the commandment not to add or subtract from the Torah. Neither the Rambam nor the B’hag defined the mitza of k’vanna which tefillah most fundamentally requires. This fundamental lack of clarity by virtually all Reshonim scholarship thereafter, promoted in later generations, blind ignorance concerning the Siddur. “Scholars” today falsely teach, that a person who da’avens – requires only a simple understanding of the words which his lips pronounce! רשעים have no shame.

    The Rambam’s code failed to link t’shuva by both the Yatzir Ha’Rah AND the Yatzir Ha’Tov. Two fundamentally distinct and separate sets of social memory interaction-relationships among and between the Jewish people. His halachot on kre’a shma likewise failed to teach the k’vanna which distinguishes the purpose of saying the evening kre’a shma, from saying the morning kre’a shma. Tefillah and kre’a shma, two examples of קום ועשה זמן גרמא מצות. Both he and his predecessor the B’had acknowledged tefillah as a mitzva from the Torah, yet both failed to distinguishes this type of Torah commandment from positive commandments – which do not require k’vanna; comparable to two different categories of korbanot offered upon the altar.

    A basic and fundamental error, comparable to a man who dedicates a burnt offering, and later changes his mind and offers that same animal as a trespass offering. But the B’hag did not up-root the halachah from the dof of the Gemarah as did the Rambam code and like Xtian commentary which opens this discussion, cherry picks p’sukim. The error of cherry picking p’sukim defines the New Testament abomination. This false scholarship it perverts both meaning and intent of the obliterated sugiot which the Framers of the T’NaCH designed designed each and every sugia to instruct mussar.

    What k’vanna do קום ועשה זמן גרמא מצות require? Answer: משנה תורה. Meaning legislative review! Have come full circle to the above addressed topic. The פרדס kabbalah taught by Rabbi Akiva and by centuries of his talmidim, halachah functions as the form or shape of Torah commandments. The k’vanna of קום ועשה זמן גרמא מצות, this 3rd type of Torah commandments, they possess the power to elevate all Torah commandments both דאורייתא ודרבנן, (positive, negative commandments together with rabbinic halachot), unto this third Order of Torah commandments.

    This פרדס kabbalah breaks up into דרוש\פשט and רמז\סוד partnerships. They purpose, to make a warp\weft relationship that unites and weaves the interpretation of Torah commandments through the generations unto a unified fabric. Both the Aggaditah and Halachah within the Shas Talmud, they serve with the k’vanna to achieve this learning and purpose. Even more, the warp/weft kabbalot of פרדס and מעשה בראשית, likewise weave a fabric of faith which unites the פרדס T’NaCH\Talmud common law sh’itta of learning together with מעשה בראשית creating a new Creation through the dedication of avodat HaShem\tefillah with tremendous joy – comparable to the precedent of the splitting of the Sea of Reeds. The latter affixes itself to defining the k’vanna of the Siddur in general and da’avening unto HaShem in particular.

    Weaving these two contrasting kabbalot permits a חכם to affix Torah commandments and Talmudic halachot, whose משנה תורה affixes the k’vanna of prophetic Mussar – the פשט of the Aggaditah, directly to blessings within the Shemone Esrei; halachah and aggaditah – forms of faith united with the substance of faith – משנה תורה prophetic mussar. A חכם also dedicates the t’shuvah made by the two opposing Yatzirot memories, that recall social interactions – both evil & good – as קדוש unto HaShem. The t’shuvah of the Yatzir Ha’Rah dedication, that years later when that Man stands in the identical “Moccasins” (An interpretation Rabbi Asher Dov Kahn taught me in Tulsa Oklahoma.) wherein he previously stubbled. The t’shuvah of the Yatzir Ha’Tov, the tohor behavior express during times of social crisis\conflict which pacified and reduced hostility among and between bnai brit allies/neighbors.

    T’shuvah rejects the guilt and sin bondage, which so defines the tumah of Xtian avodah zarah. The Xtian notions of repentance – an anathema to the Torah faith. The mitzva of Moshiach shares no portion with this tumah guilt trip theology, doctrine, creed, or dogma, made famous by the rebel apostle Paul. His ‘original sin’ tumah perversion, it perverted the Torah curse concept of g’lut. Original sin justifies the false theology of that tumah NOT messiah. It does not merit any Torah respect.

    The mitzva of love requires “owning” the blessings and curses of the Torah. For this very reason the Siddur establishes da’avening the kre’a shma both in the evening and morning. The two tefillot dedicate the memories of the two Yatzirot respectively. The chosen Cohen nation “owns” this mussar by pulling responsibility into our hearts for both life and death\blessed and cursed. The k’vanna of tefillah stands upon the יסוד of separating t’shuva memories associated with tumah and tohor middot social interactions with the bnai brit people. דרך ארץ קדמה לתורה.

    The kabbalah of פרדס mysticism prioritizes learning and owning the mussar משנה תורה prophesies which all T’NaCH prophets command. Owning prophetic mussar commandments, actively pulled within the heart by means of learning through precedents. Mussar depth analysis does not compare, nor resemble, in any shape fashion or form, “believing” in Gods, or the theologies, or doctrines, or creeds, or dogmas – which claim to know the Will of God. The “mystery” of the Trinity tumah avodah zarah serves as a fundamental example of evil church theology. Such arrogance does not define nor instruct upon the Torah vision of faith. The faiths of Xtianity and Islam, both worship other Gods, which never caused the hairs of my forefathers to stand in fear. The rhetoric deception of “sister religions”, comparable to blood libel slanders made throughout the history of pagan Europe unto this very day.

    The T’NaCH learns (Talmud means “learning”), by the sh’itta of comparing or contrasting precedents. The Mishna’s style of Case\Rule duplicates how the T’NaCH compares or contrasts sugiot within the Books of the T’NaCH. The Gemarah makes a דרוש throughout the 6 Orders of the Mishna in order to find close precedents by which to understand (to discern like from like) the k’vanna of the language of each specific Mishnaic Case\Rule halachah. Both T’NaCH literature and the Talmud learn through the exact same sh’itta – known as the “logic” of the Torah Sh’Baal Peh. The church avodah zarah, expressed through the books of the pagan new testament, confuses Torah commandments with Law; Law with Oral Torah Logic.

    As Moshe the prophet learned and commanded his 611 commandment mussar to the opening first two Commandments at Sinai, so too did Rabbi Akiva and all the centuries of his talmidim, they likewise learn and command the woven together קום ועשה זמן גרמא מצות achieved through the fabric of Aggadic mussar p’shat, (the definition of the משנה תורה which learns the prophetic mussar interpreted by Oral Torah logic – from T’NaCH Primary sources) together with doing rabbinic ritual halachah, as codified in the pages of the Talmud. This fundamental and profound kabbalah which defines the primary\secondary/substance/form משנה תורה legislative review which prioritizes the k’vanna of Aggadic p’shat as the definition of the intent of halachic law.

    The rebel Rambam code perverted and destroyed this kabbalah taught by Rabbi Akiva and all his talmidim within the pages of the Sha’s Talmud! Halachah, as interpreted by the Rambam code, degraded the Torah to only קום ועשה ושב ולא תעשה commandments – as codified in his Safer HaMitzvot which divided the תרי”ג commandments into 2 categories of commandments. A basic and fundamental day and night error, which compares the rebellion of the Rambam, to that of the young king Shlomo who despised the mussar commandment of the prophet Natan.

    Justice Justice pursue defines the mussar k’vanna, the משנה תורה of the mitzva to build the Beit Hamikdash. The Moshiach does not build a house of wood and stone, the burden of the mitzva of Moshiach rests upon klall Israel, like all other Torah commandments. Justice Justice pursue defines the k’vanna of Torah faith. This mitzva stands upon HaShem taking Israel out of the bondage of Egyptian slavery.

    The Safer HaMitzvot, the introduction of Rambam’s halachic code, limits all the halachot learned from the Sha’s Talmud to positive and negative rabbinic commandments. His code fails to affix rabbinic halachot unto the יסוד of Torah commandments- משנה תורה. The gravity of this gross error, sowed chaos and anarchy into the hearts of all generations of g’lut Jewry, which already had lost the wisdom to do mitzvot לשמה, (Jews cannot keep Torah mitzvot in g’lut). His code transformed Halachic ritual observances, it divorced ritual rabbinic halachah from its partner Aggadic mussar p’shat learned from the Prophets. Separating like from like requires development of an eye that can discern subtle distinctions. Talmudic scholarship most essentially require בינה\understanding.

    If the Rambam code made the divorce between the Torah mussar commandments and rabbinic halachot plainly obvious for all to see and discern, Israel would have stoned the רשע immediately. None the less, a strong minority of Reshonim authorities placed a נדוי ban upon the Rambam, which holds to this very day. After publication of the Rambam code, a rapid deterioration of Torah scholarship immediately resulted in the destruction of Jewish communities across Western Europe, the result of yet another destructive Jewish war among brothers. The mussar curse which the prophet Natan imposed upon the House of David.

    The weaving of Aggaditah together with Halachah defines the requirements of all קום ועשה זמן גרמא מצות. These commandments- potentially include all the halachot which the Talmud codifies. The meaning and intent of משנה תורה\legislative review, an aliyah potential of all Torah and rabbinic commandments to that of קום ועשה זמן גרא מצות from the Torah; learning prophetic mussar as the p’shat of Aggaditah, Aggaditah therein establishes the k’vanna of keeping halachot in the whole of the Sha’s Talmud. The mandate of the משנה תורה itself establishes the authority of all Great Sanhedrin lateral common law courtrooms, to determine the k’vanna of all laws imposed by governments. Despite the fact that these governments have an open hostility to the משנה תורה mandate welded by Sanhedrin lateral common law courtrooms.

    With this required Preamble, shall now address the distinction of learning T’NaCH sugiot through the revelation of Oral Torah logic; contrast this discipline of learning with your cherry picking of p’sukim\verses – non sense.

    Ahaz at the age of twenty succeeded his father -Jotham – as king of Judea. He, like the kings of Israel rejected the Written Torah as the Constitution of the Cohen Republic. Ruling the land through justice meant little or nothing to this רשע. He murdered his son, forcing him to walk through the fires of Moloch. This assimilated king embraced the cultures & custom of the Phoenicians – who rejected the revelation of the Torah at Sinai. Hezekiah, a sibling son, assumed the crown after Ahaz. By the courage of his mother, who saved his life from a similar fate of his murdered brother. Hezekiah rejected and abhorred his fathers assimilation to foreign cultures, the first face of avodah zarah.

    The pagan Xtian European barbarians burned Jews upon the altars of Moloch throughout the 2nd European Civil War. 2000+ years of preaching Creeds, theologies, doctrines, and dogmatism by Xtian Preasts and Preachers – produced the “fruits” of the Shoah. NEVER AGAIN shall Torah Jews assimilate and kiss the Moloch Xtian God as its theology of Trinity monotheism dictates. That cursed dead religion now rots in g’lut – waiting for the 2nd coming of JeZeus the mamzer son of Mary.

    The sugia which contains your rhetoric propaganda, that cherry picked p’suk\verse – ישעיה ז:ז-ט. Mussar does not compare to history. Failure to discern the distinction between the two – exposes a fundamental incapacity of understanding. Reading the T’NaCH as history of days long ago past, totally perverts T’NaCH spirituality. Each and every generation, each and every individual in every generation, has the burden to make a serious דרוש\to search out and own/ the meaning of T’NaCH prophetic mussar spirituality. T’shuvah which differentiates the dedications made by the opposing Yatzirot to HaShem, no messiah possesses the power or authority to do avodat HaShem for any other Man, woman, or child. The mitzvah of Moshiach, a commandment incumbent upon the whole house of Israel, to do and live. The absurd notion preached: belief in a foreign Greek\Roman messiah whose death and resurrection saves Man from sin and death – utter total rubbish.

    Learning Torah requires obedience to the WAY: the discipline of precedent based common law. Herein defines the function and purpose of the revelation of the Oral Torah at Horev שמות ל”ד-ו’ ז, which the church abomination has always denied. Confusion between logic and law, a fundamentally obvious abuse and corruption. On par with removing the sugiot Order established by the Framers of the T’NaCH and arbitrarily replacing them with chapters and verses. Every generation struggles, just as did like Ahaz, with assimilation unto foreign cultures and customs of peoples and nations who never accepted the oath brit sworn at Sinai. The mussar which the Ahaz story commands, it applies equally to all Jews living today. Students who learn in Yeshiva, they rely primarily upon commentaries on the T’NaCH rather than learning how to learn by the Way of precedents — ירידת הדורות.

    Compare: ישעיה יח:ד-ו. Torah instructs mussar by means of the sh’ittah of משל\נמשל. Both sugiot address the owned curse of g’lut. Cross reference this mussar with מלכים א ג:ג,ד. Did the young king Shlomo have a tohor or tumah faith? The error of building the Temple in Jerusalem, king Shlomo failed to establish the authority of the Sanhedrin lateral common law court system. The last mitzva which Moshe the prophet exerted his last life energy to achieve – Moshe strove to established the Federal small Sanhedrin lateral common law courtrooms in three of the six Cities of Refuge. Justice Justice pursue defines the meaning and purpose of Torah faith. Man cannot love God and tolerate injustice and oppression of his bnai brit chosen Cohen people. Therefore king Shlomo chose the halachic ritual forms of faith, rather than prioritize the k’vanna substance of faith. This choice places him in the exact same camp as king Ahaz.

    The kingdom of Shlomo, under his rule, witnessed unprecedented wealth and prosperity. Yet this did not prevent the explosion of Civil War which almost obliterated his kingdom only one generation later. The T’NaCH makes virtually no mention of the Sanhedrin Federal Court System. King Shlomo, like king Ahaz, rejected the Torah as the written Constitution of the Cohen Republic of Tribes. King Shlomo, like king Ahaz, rejected the משנה תורה mandate which Torat Moshe strove to establish the judicial authority of the Sanhedrin Federal Court system as his choice, last and final mitzva, his Last Will & Testament in this world while he yet lived. Both kings despised the mussar commandment which Moshe the prophet commands all generations of the chosen Cohen nation to do and to live.

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