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Pope Benedict’s Synod rabbi: Friend of Chabad

October 7, 2008
Like Yin and Yang

Pope Benedict’s Synod rabbi, Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen waxes nostalgic during a Chabad interview in which he relays a legend which has the Chabad “Rebbe” Menachem Schneerson hiding in his grandparents’ basement for seven months during which time “The Rebbe” taught his grandfather “a little bit” from the racial-supremacist Tanya. Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen tells of the special attention he later received from “The Rebbe” during his many visits to Chabad headquarters at 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, New York. The interview is at this link:

http://www.chabad.org/therebbe/article_cdo/aid/295122/jewish/Shaar-Yashuv-Cohen.htm

It might seem outrageous for the “first rabbi invited to address a synod of bishops” to close his address with a guilt trip vis. Pius XII “not doing enough to save ‘the Jews’ during WWII” and a warning for the bishops to “prevent Iran from causing another Holocaust” while he himself was involved in the terrorist ethnic cleansing of Palestine and continues to be a teacher of genocidal racial-supremacist Judaism, but it’s really par for the course. This is the fruit of the “Judeo-Christian relations” racket which is in itself outrageous.

Here are a few teachings from the text of racial-supremacist pantheism, the Tanya which Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen fondly recalls that the Chabad “Rebbe” taught to his grandfather:

“… the explanation of the matter, [is to be found] in light of what Rabbi Chayim Vital wrote in Shaar HaKedushah (and in Etz Chayim, Portal 5, ch. 2) — that every Jew, whether righteous or wicked, possesses two souls, as it is written, “And neshamot (souls) which I have made. … The second, uniquely Jewish, soul is truly “a part of G-d above,”

“The souls of the nations of the world (the Gentiles), however, emanate from the other, unclean kelipot* which contain no good whatever, as is written in Etz Chayim, Portal 40, ch. 3, that all the good that (Gentiles) do, is done out of selfish motives. So the Gemara comments on the verse, “The kindness of (Gentiles) is sin” — that all the charity and kindness done by (Gentiles) of the world is only for their self-glorification…” (Chapters 1 and 2)

“The lower category consists of three completely unclean and evil kelipot, containing no good whatever… From them flow and are derived the souls of all the nations of the world (Gentiles), and the sustaining force of their bodies. Also derived from these kelipot are the souls of all living creatures that are unclean and forbidden to be eaten, and the sustaining force of their bodies.” (Chapter 6)

http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/7880/jewish/Chapter-1.htm

*”Kelipot” are demonic shells from the “Sitra Achra” (side of uncleanness) in the Lurianic Kabbalistic system. “Kelipot” are completely evil, devoid of any goodness whatever. According to this system, “Jews” emanate from the “Sitra d’Kedusha” (side of holiness).

There is no effort from the pope or any bishop or priest that I am aware of to encourage rabbinic reform of base, tribal hatred such as this which in truth is so fundamental to rabbinic texts and tradition that genuine reform is no more possible than reformation of Nazism.

Pope Benedict’s Synod rabbi: Friend of Chabad

October 7, 2008
Like Yin and Yang

Pope Benedict’s Synod rabbi, Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen waxes nostalgic during a Chabad interview in which he relays a legend which has the Chabad “Rebbe” Menachem Schneerson hiding in his grandparents’ basement for seven months during which time “The Rebbe” taught his grandfather “a little bit” from the racial-supremacist Tanya. Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen tells of the special attention he later received from “The Rebbe” during his many visits to Chabad headquarters at 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, New York. The interview is at this link:

http://www.chabad.org/therebbe/article_cdo/aid/295122/jewish/Shaar-Yashuv-Cohen.htm

It might seem outrageous for the “first rabbi invited to address a synod of bishops” to close his address with a guilt trip vis. Pius XII “not doing enough to save ‘the Jews’ during WWII” and a warning for the bishops to “prevent Iran from causing another Holocaust” while he himself was involved in the terrorist ethnic cleansing of Palestine and continues to be a teacher of genocidal racial-supremacist Judaism, but it’s really par for the course. This is the fruit of the “Judeo-Christian relations” racket which is in itself outrageous.

Here are a few teachings from the text of racial-supremacist pantheism, the Tanya which Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen fondly recalls that the Chabad “Rebbe” taught to his grandfather:

“… the explanation of the matter, [is to be found] in light of what Rabbi Chayim Vital wrote in Shaar HaKedushah (and in Etz Chayim, Portal 5, ch. 2) — that every Jew, whether righteous or wicked, possesses two souls, as it is written, “And neshamot (souls) which I have made. … The second, uniquely Jewish, soul is truly “a part of G-d above,”

“The souls of the nations of the world (the Gentiles), however, emanate from the other, unclean kelipot* which contain no good whatever, as is written in Etz Chayim, Portal 40, ch. 3, that all the good that (Gentiles) do, is done out of selfish motives. So the Gemara comments on the verse, “The kindness of (Gentiles) is sin” — that all the charity and kindness done by (Gentiles) of the world is only for their self-glorification…” (Chapters 1 and 2)

“The lower category consists of three completely unclean and evil kelipot, containing no good whatever… From them flow and are derived the souls of all the nations of the world (Gentiles), and the sustaining force of their bodies. Also derived from these kelipot are the souls of all living creatures that are unclean and forbidden to be eaten, and the sustaining force of their bodies.” (Chapter 6)

http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/7880/jewish/Chapter-1.htm

*”Kelipot” are demonic shells from the “Sitra Achra” (side of uncleanness) in the Lurianic Kabbalistic system. “Kelipot” are completely evil, devoid of any goodness whatever. According to this system, “Jews” emanate from the “Sitra d’Kedusha” (side of holiness).

There is no effort from the pope or any bishop or priest that I am aware of to encourage rabbinic reform of base, tribal hatred such as this which in truth is so fundamental to rabbinic texts and tradition that genuine reform is no more possible than reformation of Nazism.

Pope Benedict’s Synod rabbi: Friend of Chabad

October 7, 2008
Like Yin and Yang

Pope Benedict’s Synod rabbi, Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen waxes nostalgic during a Chabad interview in which he relays a legend which has the Chabad “Rebbe” Menachem Schneerson hiding in his grandparents’ basement for seven months during which time “The Rebbe” taught his grandfather “a little bit” from the racial-supremacist Tanya. Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen tells of the special attention he later received from “The Rebbe” during his many visits to Chabad headquarters at 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, New York. The interview is at this link:

http://www.chabad.org/therebbe/article_cdo/aid/295122/jewish/Shaar-Yashuv-Cohen.htm

It might seem outrageous for the “first rabbi invited to address a synod of bishops” to close his address with a guilt trip vis. Pius XII “not doing enough to save ‘the Jews’ during WWII” and a warning for the bishops to “prevent Iran from causing another Holocaust” while he himself was involved in the terrorist ethnic cleansing of Palestine and continues to be a teacher of genocidal racial-supremacist Judaism, but it’s really par for the course. This is the fruit of the “Judeo-Christian relations” racket which is in itself outrageous.

Here are a few teachings from the text of racial-supremacist pantheism, the Tanya which Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen fondly recalls that the Chabad “Rebbe” taught to his grandfather:

“… the explanation of the matter, [is to be found] in light of what Rabbi Chayim Vital wrote in Shaar HaKedushah (and in Etz Chayim, Portal 5, ch. 2) — that every Jew, whether righteous or wicked, possesses two souls, as it is written, “And neshamot (souls) which I have made. … The second, uniquely Jewish, soul is truly “a part of G-d above,”

“The souls of the nations of the world (the Gentiles), however, emanate from the other, unclean kelipot* which contain no good whatever, as is written in Etz Chayim, Portal 40, ch. 3, that all the good that (Gentiles) do, is done out of selfish motives. So the Gemara comments on the verse, “The kindness of (Gentiles) is sin” — that all the charity and kindness done by (Gentiles) of the world is only for their self-glorification…” (Chapters 1 and 2)

“The lower category consists of three completely unclean and evil kelipot, containing no good whatever… From them flow and are derived the souls of all the nations of the world (Gentiles), and the sustaining force of their bodies. Also derived from these kelipot are the souls of all living creatures that are unclean and forbidden to be eaten, and the sustaining force of their bodies.” (Chapter 6)

http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/7880/jewish/Chapter-1.htm

*”Kelipot” are demonic shells from the “Sitra Achra” (side of uncleanness) in the Lurianic Kabbalistic system. “Kelipot” are completely evil, devoid of any goodness whatever. According to this system, “Jews” emanate from the “Sitra d’Kedusha” (side of holiness).

There is no effort from the pope or any bishop or priest that I am aware of to encourage rabbinic reform of base, tribal hatred such as this which in truth is so fundamental to rabbinic texts and tradition that genuine reform is no more possible than reformation of Nazism.

Pope Benedict’s Synod rabbi: Friend of Chabad

October 7, 2008
Like Yin and Yang

Pope Benedict’s Synod rabbi, Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen waxes nostalgic during a Chabad interview in which he relays a legend which has the Chabad “Rebbe” Menachem Schneerson hiding in his grandparents’ basement for seven months during which time “The Rebbe” taught his grandfather “a little bit” from the racial-supremacist Tanya. Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen tells of the special attention he later received from “The Rebbe” during his many visits to Chabad headquarters at 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, New York. The interview is at this link:

http://www.chabad.org/therebbe/article_cdo/aid/295122/jewish/Shaar-Yashuv-Cohen.htm

It might seem outrageous for the “first rabbi invited to address a synod of bishops” to close his address with a guilt trip vis. Pius XII “not doing enough to save ‘the Jews’ during WWII” and a warning for the bishops to “prevent Iran from causing another Holocaust” while he himself was involved in the terrorist ethnic cleansing of Palestine and continues to be a teacher of genocidal racial-supremacist Judaism, but it’s really par for the course. This is the fruit of the “Judeo-Christian relations” racket which is in itself outrageous.

Here are a few teachings from the text of racial-supremacist pantheism, the Tanya which Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen fondly recalls that the Chabad “Rebbe” taught to his grandfather:

“… the explanation of the matter, [is to be found] in light of what Rabbi Chayim Vital wrote in Shaar HaKedushah (and in Etz Chayim, Portal 5, ch. 2) — that every Jew, whether righteous or wicked, possesses two souls, as it is written, “And neshamot (souls) which I have made. … The second, uniquely Jewish, soul is truly “a part of G-d above,”

“The souls of the nations of the world (the Gentiles), however, emanate from the other, unclean kelipot* which contain no good whatever, as is written in Etz Chayim, Portal 40, ch. 3, that all the good that (Gentiles) do, is done out of selfish motives. So the Gemara comments on the verse, “The kindness of (Gentiles) is sin” — that all the charity and kindness done by (Gentiles) of the world is only for their self-glorification…” (Chapters 1 and 2)

“The lower category consists of three completely unclean and evil kelipot, containing no good whatever… From them flow and are derived the souls of all the nations of the world (Gentiles), and the sustaining force of their bodies. Also derived from these kelipot are the souls of all living creatures that are unclean and forbidden to be eaten, and the sustaining force of their bodies.” (Chapter 6)

http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/7880/jewish/Chapter-1.htm

*”Kelipot” are demonic shells from the “Sitra Achra” (side of uncleanness) in the Lurianic Kabbalistic system. “Kelipot” are completely evil, devoid of any goodness whatever. According to this system, “Jews” emanate from the “Sitra d’Kedusha” (side of holiness).

There is no effort from the pope or any bishop or priest that I am aware of to encourage rabbinic reform of base, tribal hatred such as this which in truth is so fundamental to rabbinic texts and tradition that genuine reform is no more possible than reformation of Nazism.

Reform Congregation Nostalgic for Genocidal Racist Texts

October 31, 2007

The genocidal racial supremacism, pantheism, self-worship, sex magic, witchcraft, etc., of Kabbalah is making a comeback among Benedict’s elder brothers of the Reformed persuasion who previously distanced themselves from some of the dark elements of Orthodox Judaism.

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz signs a copy of Opening Tanya, one of the 60 books he has authored, for Rabbi Claudio Kogan of Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick

Scholars take separate paths into the mystic

by Debra Rubin
NJJN Bureau Chief/Middlesex
10.30.07

Rabbis from Orthodox and Reform backgrounds brought their insights into Jewish mysticism to a New Brunswick synagogue this month.

And while they may have started from very different places, they both arrived at a destination where those looking to rise above the material and ordinary could find resources in Jewish tradition.

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, the noted Israeli scholar perhaps best known for his translation of the Talmud into modern Hebrew and English, spoke Oct. 17 at Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick on How To Live a Spiritual Life in a Materialistic Time.

Rabbi Lawrence Kushner, author of a series of influential books on Jewish mysticism and spirituality, spoke Oct. 22 on Kabbalah: A Reform Approach, reading passages from his book Kabbalah: A Love Story …

… “Real Kabala is when you use your study of Kabala to heal the divine,” said Kushner, the scholar-in-residence at Congregation Emanu-El of San Francisco and visiting professor of Jewish spirituality at the Graduate Theological University in Berkeley …

Those who for centuries performed mitzvot only for the sake of performing a mitzvot were, in essence, acting as “God”s chiropractors,” and expecting God to reply, “Thanks, I needed that,” he said.

Kushner said the practice of continually dissecting and “recreating ourselves” through the study of sacred texts is “an enterprise unique to Judaism.”

The master text of Kabala is the Zohar, a book once so revered that “for 400 years more Jews could quote Zohar than Talmud,” said Kushner.

Kabala, with its mystical overtones, bears a similarity to Eastern theology with its emphasis on the feminine dimension of the divine and infusion of divine presence into everyday events.

The erotic yearning that can be found on the Zohar”s pages, explained Kushner, can be interpreted as: “It makes me happier to do what my lover wants than what I want. In loving someone else, we have a heightened sense of self.”

Like Kushner, Steinsaltz also drew a connection between human action and divine reaction.

“Life is identical with the divine,” he said …

http://www.njjewishnews.com/njjn.com/110107/sxScholarsTakeSeparate.html

Reform Congregation Nostalgic for Genocidal Racist Texts

October 31, 2007

The genocidal racial supremacism, pantheism, self-worship, sex magic, witchcraft, etc., of Kabbalah is making a comeback among Benedict’s elder brothers of the Reformed persuasion who previously distanced themselves from some of the dark elements of Orthodox Judaism.

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz signs a copy of Opening Tanya, one of the 60 books he has authored, for Rabbi Claudio Kogan of Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick

Scholars take separate paths into the mystic

by Debra Rubin
NJJN Bureau Chief/Middlesex
10.30.07

Rabbis from Orthodox and Reform backgrounds brought their insights into Jewish mysticism to a New Brunswick synagogue this month.

And while they may have started from very different places, they both arrived at a destination where those looking to rise above the material and ordinary could find resources in Jewish tradition.

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, the noted Israeli scholar perhaps best known for his translation of the Talmud into modern Hebrew and English, spoke Oct. 17 at Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick on How To Live a Spiritual Life in a Materialistic Time.

Rabbi Lawrence Kushner, author of a series of influential books on Jewish mysticism and spirituality, spoke Oct. 22 on Kabbalah: A Reform Approach, reading passages from his book Kabbalah: A Love Story …

… “Real Kabala is when you use your study of Kabala to heal the divine,” said Kushner, the scholar-in-residence at Congregation Emanu-El of San Francisco and visiting professor of Jewish spirituality at the Graduate Theological University in Berkeley …

Those who for centuries performed mitzvot only for the sake of performing a mitzvot were, in essence, acting as “God”s chiropractors,” and expecting God to reply, “Thanks, I needed that,” he said.

Kushner said the practice of continually dissecting and “recreating ourselves” through the study of sacred texts is “an enterprise unique to Judaism.”

The master text of Kabala is the Zohar, a book once so revered that “for 400 years more Jews could quote Zohar than Talmud,” said Kushner.

Kabala, with its mystical overtones, bears a similarity to Eastern theology with its emphasis on the feminine dimension of the divine and infusion of divine presence into everyday events.

The erotic yearning that can be found on the Zohar”s pages, explained Kushner, can be interpreted as: “It makes me happier to do what my lover wants than what I want. In loving someone else, we have a heightened sense of self.”

Like Kushner, Steinsaltz also drew a connection between human action and divine reaction.

“Life is identical with the divine,” he said …

http://www.njjewishnews.com/njjn.com/110107/sxScholarsTakeSeparate.html

Reform Congregation Nostalgic for Genocidal Racist Texts

October 31, 2007

The genocidal racial supremacism, pantheism, self-worship, sex magic, witchcraft, etc., of Kabbalah is making a comeback among Benedict’s elder brothers of the Reformed persuasion who previously distanced themselves from some of the dark elements of Orthodox Judaism.

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz signs a copy of Opening Tanya, one of the 60 books he has authored, for Rabbi Claudio Kogan of Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick

Scholars take separate paths into the mystic

by Debra Rubin
NJJN Bureau Chief/Middlesex
10.30.07

Rabbis from Orthodox and Reform backgrounds brought their insights into Jewish mysticism to a New Brunswick synagogue this month.

And while they may have started from very different places, they both arrived at a destination where those looking to rise above the material and ordinary could find resources in Jewish tradition.

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, the noted Israeli scholar perhaps best known for his translation of the Talmud into modern Hebrew and English, spoke Oct. 17 at Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick on How To Live a Spiritual Life in a Materialistic Time.

Rabbi Lawrence Kushner, author of a series of influential books on Jewish mysticism and spirituality, spoke Oct. 22 on Kabbalah: A Reform Approach, reading passages from his book Kabbalah: A Love Story …

… “Real Kabala is when you use your study of Kabala to heal the divine,” said Kushner, the scholar-in-residence at Congregation Emanu-El of San Francisco and visiting professor of Jewish spirituality at the Graduate Theological University in Berkeley …

Those who for centuries performed mitzvot only for the sake of performing a mitzvot were, in essence, acting as “God”s chiropractors,” and expecting God to reply, “Thanks, I needed that,” he said.

Kushner said the practice of continually dissecting and “recreating ourselves” through the study of sacred texts is “an enterprise unique to Judaism.”

The master text of Kabala is the Zohar, a book once so revered that “for 400 years more Jews could quote Zohar than Talmud,” said Kushner.

Kabala, with its mystical overtones, bears a similarity to Eastern theology with its emphasis on the feminine dimension of the divine and infusion of divine presence into everyday events.

The erotic yearning that can be found on the Zohar”s pages, explained Kushner, can be interpreted as: “It makes me happier to do what my lover wants than what I want. In loving someone else, we have a heightened sense of self.”

Like Kushner, Steinsaltz also drew a connection between human action and divine reaction.

“Life is identical with the divine,” he said …

http://www.njjewishnews.com/njjn.com/110107/sxScholarsTakeSeparate.html