Posts Categorized: Kabbalah

THE SACRIFICE OF ISAAC – A SPECIAL POST FOR ROSH HASHANAH

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THE SACRIFICE OF ISAAC – A SPECIAL POST FOR ROSH HASHANAH

Tonight begins Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, when the story of the Binding of Isaac is read in Temples throughout the world. Here is an interpretation of this troubling story that may provide some food for thought. L’ Shana Tova! THE BINDING OF ISAAC Tweet Share The most important story about Isaac in Genesis,…
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Solomon, Asmodeus, the Shamir, and Silence in the Temple

Posted by & filed under Ark of the Covenant, Asmodeus, Demons, Kabbalah, King of the Demons, Name of God, Sacred Feminine, Shamir, Shechinah, Solomon, tabernacle, Temple, where in the Bible.

Solomon, Asmodeus, the Shamir, and Silence in the Temple

Solomon’s Temple, the permanent ‘home for God’ where the Ark of the Covenant would rest and the Shechinah would dwell, was built on the same pattern as the original ‘Tabernacle in the Wilderness’ that was built by Moses, though it was far more grand and elaborate.    The Bible tells us that “no hammer or…
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SOLVING THE MYSTERY OF “SACRED NUMBERS”

Posted by & filed under Kabbalah, matter spirit, mysticism, Pythagoras, Sacred Geometry, sacred number three, sacred numbers, spiritual awakening, unity duality.

ONE Just as Creation begins with Unity before evolving into Multiplicity, so numbers begin with One. One represents the principle of absolute unity, God, the source of all Creation, prior to and pervading all things. It is symbolized in philosophical geometry by the ‘Point’. Like God, a point has no material substantiality (we are not…
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THE GREAT WORK OF ART – A Human Being

Posted by & filed under Bible Symbols, biblical symbolism, Exodus, Kabbalah, Michelangelo's David, Sacred Feminine, spiritual awakening, What does the Bible mean.

According to the Jewish mystical tradition, the Kabbalah, the Sacred Feminine is the ‘Vessel’ that accepts and protects the ‘Seed’, the ‘Light’, of the Sacred Masculine, like a chalice filled with wine. She then pours forth all of nature, abundance, and life. The Kabbalah adds, however, that as the Vessel continues down the path of…
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RACHEL & LEAH (Part 2)

Posted by & filed under Genesis, Jacob's children, Jacob's wives, Kabbalah, Rachel and Leah, Sacred Feminine, Shechinah, what does Bible say, What does the Bible mean, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare With cunning and wisdom, the Sacred Feminine protects Jacob and transfers all of Laban’s power to him.   (Don’t like Videos? To read the Transcript instead, click the TAB on upper right) *** PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LEAVE A COMMENT! *** If you enjoy my Blog, please consider buying a book today.And let me…
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THE BEAUTY AND WISDOM OF THE FEMININE

Posted by & filed under Genesis, Jacob's children, Jacob's wives, Kabbalah, Rachel and Leah, Sacred Feminine, Shechinah, what does Bible say, What does the Bible mean, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare In the Kabbalah, Rachel represents Beauty and Leah represents deep Understanding, two sides of the Sacred Feminine — the ‘Presence’ of God in the manifest world.  (Don’t like Videos? To read the Transcript instead, click the TAB on upper right) *** PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LEAVE A COMMENT! *** If you enjoy my…
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THE BEAUTIFUL REBECCA

Posted by & filed under Beer-lahai-roi, Genesis, Hagar and Ishmael, Isaac and Rebecca, Jews and Muslims, Kabbalah, Keturah, Sacred Feminine, Shechinah, what does Bible say, What does the Bible mean, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare Since Isaac and Ishmael could re-unite as brothers, the story makes clear, there is no reason at all why their children, Jews and Muslims, cannot do the same. Come hear the story of Rebecca, her husband, and her children. Episode 6 of THE SACRED FEMININE: Women in the Bible (Don’t like Videos? To read…
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HAGAR, PRINCESS OF EGYPT

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TweetShare Hagar, mother of Ishmael (with Abraham), was a Princess of Egypt. The Talmud says she was “perfumed with good deeds”. In today’s Sacred Feminine Video, find out about her real conflict with Sarah. (Don’t like Videos? To read the Transcript instead, click the TAB on upper right) *** PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LEAVE…
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SARAH: ARCHETYPE OF THE SHECHINAH

Posted by & filed under Genesis, Kabbalah, Sacred Feminine, Sarah, Sarah and Abraham, Sarai, Schechinah, What doe the Bible mean, what does Bible say, Women in the Bible.

TweetShare  In the Kabbalah, the Sacred Feminine is described as a ‘Vessel’ that holds and protects the ‘seed’, the Light, of the Sacred Masculine, like a chalice filled with wine. Sarah is the archetypal essence of the Sacred Feminine (in Hebrew, the SHECHINAH), and as such, she naturally glows with a heavenly beauty that ordinary…
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IS SEX “BAD” OR “SINFUL”?

Posted by & filed under Charon, Christ sex, Eros, Kabbalah, Logos, Qur'an, Sacred Sex, seraph, sex spirituality, spiritual awakening, Styx, symbolism serpent, symbols meaning, Thanatos, unclean, Uthman ibn Mazu, what does Bible mean.

TweetShare Our sexual energy is our spiritual energy. It is part of the soul’s ‘Serpent Power’ that encompasses the totality of Creation, the sacred force that can be used at one level for the creation of a human being, at another level for creativity in the arts and sciences, in business, and in human relations,…
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DOES GOD PUNISH CHILDREN FOR THEIR PARENTS’ SINS?

Posted by & filed under fourth generation, Kabbalah, punishment, Reincarnation.

Tweet Share “The Lord! The Lord! a God compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in kindness and faithfulness, extending kindness to the thousandth generation, forgiving iniquity, transgression, and sin; yet He does not remit all punishment, but visits the iniquity of parents upon children and children’s children, upon the third and fourth generation” (Exod.34.6-7)…
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THE OCTAVE OF INITIATION: THE PATH TO ENLIGHTENMENT ACCORDING TO WESTERN MYTH AND SCRIPTURE

Posted by & filed under enlightenment, Esoteric Christianity, Greek Myths, holy octave, Kabbalah, meaning of Bible, octave of Initiation, sacred octave, symbols meaning.

TweetShare Sacred Western stories are full of fabulous diversity when read externally – Gods and Goddesses, Heroes, Patriarchs, Saints, Miracles, Prophets, etc. But when read internally they all tell the same story – how to return ‘home’ to the Divine. In fact, The Bible, Qur’an, and Greek Myths can be read as ‘How To’ Manuals…
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THE LEGEND OF ABRAHAM AND THE FURNACE OF FIRE

Posted by & filed under Abraham, Bible Symbolism, Furnace of fire, Hebrew Legends, Kabbalah, Nimrod, Oral Torah, Satan.

TweetShare  Legends and tales from the Oral Tradition of ancient Israel, which are not found in the written Bible but which tradition says were transmitted to Moses orally by God during his forty days on Mt. Sinai, have been preserved in the Talmud and in various other religious writings — including the Zohar, which is…
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