Here is an example of how the Vatican incapacitates it’s followers by instilling within them a double-minded psychosis. The Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue and The Pontifical Council for Culture produced a document in 2004 titied, “Jesus Christ the Bearer of the Water of Life (A Christian Relfection on the New Age)” which can be accessed at the Vatican’s website:
Within the document is the following insight into a belief held by many New Agers.
“The New Age which is dawning will be peopled by perfect, androgynous beings who are totally in command of the cosmic laws of nature. In this scenario, Christianity has to be eliminated and give way to a global religion and a new world order.”
This will be recognized as being correct by anyone who has studied the occult at any level of depth. The New Age teaches that man can return nature to paradise, it’s pre-fall state before there was male and female (conjunction of opposites, restoration of balance), and that man is obligated to work towards this end. But the Vatican leaves critical information out of it’s tome on the New Age. The stream of transmission for this occult belief within the Christian West is rabbinic Judaism, the religion of the hermaphrodite god who created the first man in it’s own image–as a hemaphrodite.
And God created man to his own image: to the image of God he created him: male and female he created them. (Genesis 1;27)
The rabbis interpret Genesis 1:27 to mean that Adam was created as a hermaphrodite (Er. 18a; Gen. R. 8:1; cf. also Jub. 2:14; 3:8). (Encyclopedia Judaica, “Adam”)
“Transmitted and developed through dualistic Gnosticism in the East, the notion of an androgynous creation was adopted by the (rabbinic) Haggadists in order to reconcile the apparently conflicting statements of the Bible. In Gen. ii. 7 and 18 et seq., the separate creations of man and of woman are described, while in chap. i. 27, “God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them,” their creation is described as coincident.
“In connection with the latter verse the Midrash states (Gen. R. viii.): “Jeremiah, son of Eleazar, says: God created Adam androgynous, but Samuel, son of Naḥman, says, He created him ‘double-faced,’ then cutting him in twain and forming two backs, one to the one and the other to the second” (see Bacher, “Ag. Pal. Amor.” i. 547, iii. 585). The same statement is given in Moses ha-Darshan’s Bereshit Rabbati (“Pugio Fidei,” p. 446, Paris, 1651).
“The difference in the interpretation is that, according to Jeremiah’s opinion, Adam had both sexes, and was thus a real hermaphrodite in the old mythical sense, identical with that conception of Hermes in which he is understood to be the ‘logos alethinos,’ the son of Maya, the bisexual primeval man of the East … Nevertheless the view of R. Jeremiah is quoted by the Christian Fathers, who were at pains to refute this ‘Jewish fable.’ Augustine, in his commentary De Genesi ad Litteram 3:22, refers to it, and Strabo declared it to be ‘one of the damnable fables of the Jews.’
” (Jewish Encyclopedia, “Androgynos”)
Rabbi Yeremiah, the son of Elazar, said, “When the Holy One—blessed be He!—created Adam, He created him an androgyne, for it is written (Gen. v. 2), ‘Male and female created He them.'” Rabbi Sh’muel bar Nachman said, “When the Holy One—blessed be He!—created Adam, He created him with two faces; then He sawed him asunder, and split him (in two), making one back to the one-half, and another to the other.” (Midrash Rabbah, chapter 8)
The Judaic work of redemption, Tikkun Olam, or repair of the world, which is the Judaic’s duty to bring about by his own devices according to the Kabbalistic view of the rabbis, involves restoring man to his pre-fall hermaphroditic state, and also the reunion of the dumb, impotent male aspect of the Judaic god, the En Soph, with it’s female counterpart, the Shekinah.
Redemption is no more than the external manifestation of the inner state of tikkun (“restitution”) which depends on the deeds of Israel and a realization of the way of life which the Kabbalah preaches. The fact of tikkun is not something which depends on a miracle, but rather on human action … [the Messiah’s] coming is conditional upon the accomplishment of the task of Israel in the “tikkun of the world.” According to this latter view, there is a human and historical preparation for redemption and the Messiah will come automatically if this preparation is completed. This belief is widespread among the disciples of Isaac Luria, and it follows logically from the basic assumptions of Lurianic Kabbalah. (Encyclopedia Judaica, “Redemption”)
The main concern of Lurianic Kabbalah, as has been mentioned, is with the details of the process of tikkun … certain concluding actions have been reserved for man. These are the ultimate aim of creation, and the completion of tikkun, which is synonymous with the redemption, depends on man’s performing them. Herein lies the close connection between the doctrine of tikkun and the religious and contemplative activity of man, which must struggle with and overcome not only the historic exile of the Jewish people but also the mystic exile of the Shekhinah …” (Encyclopedia Judaica, “Kabbalah”)
Walter Kasper’s mentor, Martin Buber relays the Kabbalistic myth of tikkun as it relates to the Judaic hermaphrodite god:
“If you direct the undiminished power of your fervor to God’s world-destiny… you will bring about the union between God and Shekhinah …” (Tales of the Hasidim; the Early Masters 1947).
So, from the Vatican we receive a condemnation of the occult hermaphrodite doctrine, but the rabbis who profess the very same doctrine are identified as our “elder brothers in the faith” with whom we have a “shared spiritual heritage.”
This is the double-mind par excellence.
Benedict XVI and his elder brother, Rabbi Marvin Heir of the Orwellian Simon Wiesenthal outfit engaged in a double-mind inducing ritual at the Vatican in November of 2005. In the presence of Benedict and with his endorsement the rabbi exhorted Christians to put the Kabbalistic doctrine of Tikkun Olam and restoration of balance into practice:
“We must do everything in our power to unite those tents of the righteous and the just to do our share of ‘Tikun Olam,’ so that we can restore the balance and return to our Creator, the magnificent world he intended.” (“Jewish-Catholic Ties Advancing Says Benedict XVI,” Zenit Nov. 14, 2005)