Noahide News

Part 102

Jan. 14, 2005 

Day 59 of 1290 of 2300




of Iniquity unto desolation for them who Deny the Christ, Jesus the Lord.


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Sanhedrin Rabbis Discuss Sublime, Procedural Issues
12:59 Jan 14, '05 / 4 Shevat 5765


The 71 rabbis seeking to fulfill the Biblical commandment of renewing the Sanhedrin continue to meet regularly, solidifying their organizational structure and establishing an agenda of topics.

Beware, the Lord the God the Father in Heaven has never given the command, but by Prophecy of their Beast which has Risen from the sea is REVIVED

What they are saying is their Talmud Bavli command

Yet the Lord Almighty is the orchestrator of the beast whom he shall destroy

Their most recent meeting was this week, in which they discussed technical and procedural issues, topics for their agenda, and the Halakhic [Jewish legal] and other ramifications of renewing the Passover sacrifice.

Isa:1:11: To what purpose is the multitude of your sacrifices unto me? saith the LORD: I am full of the burnt offerings of rams, and the fat of fed beasts; and I delight not in the blood of bullocks, or of lambs, or of he goats.

The rabbis held a festive ceremony this past October 13th, the 28th day of the Jewish month of Tishrei, inaugurating the Sanhedrin as Judaism's supreme legal body. They stress that by doing so, they are merely fulfilling a Biblical mitzvah (obligation). 

Talmudic Perversion, for the LORD the Lamb of God is the Only Lamb needed to enter into God's Holy Mountain in Sion in Heaven

“It is a special mitzvah (Law) , based on our presence in Israel, to establish a Sanhedrin,” Rabbi Meir HaLevi, one of the 71 members of the new Sanhedrin, has explained. “The Rambam [12th-century Torah scholar Maimonides] 

Talmudic Qabalist Sorcerer

describes the process exactly in the Mishnah Torah [his seminal work codifying Jewish Law]. When he wrote it, there was no Sanhedrin, and he therefore outlines the steps necessary to establish one."

HIS Work, His satanic Laws of Mystery Babylon HAS NOTHING to do with the Father in Heaven the Everlasting Father the IAMHE

A religious-legal assembly of 71 Sages that convened in the Holy Temple and for several centuries after its destruction, the Sanhedrin was the highest Jewish judicial tribunal in the Land of Israel. 

And they Crucified Jesus the Christ in their whore city that spiritual Sodom and Egypt

Organizers of the current edition stress that they are still in a transitional phase, and that though today's members are all Torah scholars and experts in many secular and scientific fields, every one of them has agreed to step aside the moment a more deserving candidate should step forward.

Meeting in Jerusalem’s Old City, the Sanhedrin consists of representatives of all stripes of religious Jewish society. Hareidi-religious, Hassidic, national-religious, Ashkenazi, Sephardic, modern Orthodox and university professors sit side by side in a semi-circle, seeking to re-establish Jewish legal tradition after 2,000 years of exile.

"We can make a real difference," said one member, Rabbi Chaim Richman of Jerusalem. "Many cardinal issues are on the public agenda, and our body – which is totally based on Torah, 

Mishnah Torah of Talmud Babylon of Mystery Babylon, their Books of sorceries and Murder and Lust of their father the Murderer since the beginning. Lord God Please Protect your saints in your Holy Spirit. For how long before they come to get us as thieves in the Night with their staves and their swords for we stand FIRM in Testimony of you Living Lord Almighty. We must shout on the WALL and Tell our Brothers and Our Sisters what is upon them O' Lord. 


even down to its rules and regulations – is naturally geared to deal with them. Issues such as agunot (estranged women whose husbands refuse to give them a divorce), abortions, traffic safety, economic issues, education, and so much more."

Dig into the WALL saints of the LORD and see the Abominations the ancients of the House of IS-RA-El, do

"Not only are we commanded to establish the Sanhedrin," Rabbi Richman told Arutz-7's Yosef Meiri, "but this seems to be the perfect time to do so - a time of Divine will. On the one hand, there is a spiritual void in the 'establishment,' and on the other hand, there is a real thirst among the public for spirituality and guidance."

PERFECT TIMING the Seventy weeks were finished November 18, 2004, see Daniel's seventy weeks

The Sanhedrin's takanon, document of regulations, is still undergoing final adjustments prior to its official adoption. A permanent Nassi, (NAZI) President, and Av Beit HaDin, literally, Court Father, still must be elected. The continuing role of the Vaad HaMechonen , the founding committee that has led the Sanhedrin thus far, also needs to be determined. But the Sanhedrin is carefully moving ahead, strictly adhering to the guidelines set out by Maimonides, (VIPER of the Serpent) who classified the obligation to reestablish the Sanhedrin as one that is incumbent upon every generation.

“The Sanhedrin is past its greatest initial hurdles,” a spokesman told IsraelNN's Ezra HaLevi, “namely, the return of genuine semikha [authentic rabbinical ordination] to Israel, and the historic meeting in Tiberias in Tishrei, at which 71 rabbis actually convened and officially reinstated the Sanhedrin. We believe these achievements are irreversible.”

INDEED they are, DO YOU HEAR SAINTS? Do you Hear in JUDAEA

Contrary to the expected criticism, Sanhedrin organizers insist that the reinstatement ceremony was neither just a show nor a one-time phenomenon, but is rather Halakhically-sound and a true beginning.

Beginning of the End, and the Beginning of the saints and the elect's forever in the KINGDOM of the Everlasting Father, DO you Hear?

The rabbis were asked to prepare topics they thought the Sanhedrin should deal with, and a fascinating array of topics was produced. In addition to those mentioned above by Rabbi Richman, the list included such issues as:
* uniform kashrut certification
* the precise length of the biblical cubit (with ramifications on many issues, including the location of the altar on the Temple Mount)
* unemployment
* assisting Anousim from Spain and Portugal and others whose ancestors were forced to convert

Crypto Jews

* lost Jewish tribes from other parts of the world

Useless Genealogies

* unifying Sephardic and Ashkenazi practices on issues such as prayer liturgy, kitniyot (legumes) on Passover, and glass utensils
* the Sanhedrin's decision-making procedures
* foreign workers
* unifying the religious parties
* restoring the Davidic monarchy
* an ethical code for Israel's army (as opposed to the present one, which is based largely on secular sources)
* the establishment of regional "small Sanhedrins"

Noahide Courts of Justice to enforce their Talmudic SaTANIC UNIVERSAL NOAHIDE LAWS upon all mankind who will worship their beast the imposter false Christ king 
* the long-missing "t'chelet" blue color
* sending delegations around the country to hear people's concerns,
and much more.

Though a lecture on renewing the Paschal offering was delivered at the last meeting, not all of the 71 are yet convinced that the time is ripe for it. Various opinions were put forth, including by those opposed to the renewal of the Passover offering until the exact location of the Temple altar is determined through prophecy.

"The real achievement of the meeting was that rabbis from such diverse backgrounds could sit together to discuss such an issue," said Rabbi Michael S. Bar-Ron, an associate of the Sanhedrin from Beit Shemesh. " It demonstrated that the Sanhedrin is alive, and has begun the long road towards its chief goal of restoring the crown of Torah to its former glory."

Their Torah Mishnah of Talmud Bavli the Babylonian Talmud of Mystery Babylon, the Tradition which make the WORD Jesus the Christ of none effect unto them, and deliver them to the PIT of eternal Damnation....Do you hear in Judaea....REPENT for they have "REPLACED" the God of Israel with their gods of Shekinah 

As expected, the issue of the disengagement came up, but the acting Nassi (Nazi) refused to allow the discussion until at least one rabbi supporting the plan could be found to present a sincere argument supporting it. No one could be found, and the topic was dropped.

"The Sanhedrin aims to inspire the Jewish people," Rabbi Richman said, "not coerce them. Via 'ways of pleasantness,' we will achieve a renewal of unified Jewish observance and practice."

Unto satan the serpent the Murderer since the beginning their father


Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburg says he knows in the near future the Land of Israel is about to expand. 

"It is our duty to force all mankind to accept the seven Noahide laws, and if not — they will be killed

"The inclusion of heathens, to whom blasphemy is prohibited just as to Israelites, and they are executed by decapitation; for every death penalty decreed for the sons of Noah is only by decapitation." Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin 57a

GEMARA. … Our Rabbis taught: [Any man that curseth his God, shall bear his sin. It would have been sufficient to say], 'A man, etc.:' What is taught by the expression any man? The inclusion of heathens, to whom blasphemy is prohibited just as to Israelites, and they are executed by decapitation; for every death penalty decreed for the sons of Noah is only by decapitation.— Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin 56a
Soncino 1961 Edition, page



Revelation 20:4
And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given unto them: and I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, and which had not worshipped the beast, neither his image, neither had received his mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands


Last Update: 14/01/2005 22:03

Israel suspends all ties with Palestinians

By Amos Harel and Nir Hasson, Haaretz Correspondents, Haaretz Service and Agencies

Israel is suspending all contacts with the Palestinian Authority until it completes an investigation into Thursday's deadly attack in the Karni crossing where six Israelis were killed, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's spokesman announced on Friday evening.

Israel also expects the Palestinians to draw conclusions and decide on concrete operative action to rein in Palestinian militants, Assaf Shariv said.

"Israel informed international leaders today that there will be no meetings with Abbas until he makes a real effort to stop the terror," Shariv said.

He also said that Israel informed officials from the U.S., E.U Britain and the Palestinians.

Palestinian Cabinet Minister Saeb Erekat confirmed this, but added that the criticism of Abbas was unfair as he has not yet been sworn in as the Palestinian Authority chairman.

"Sharon's bureau called me this afternoon saying that they were suspending all contact with the Palestinian side," Erekat said.

He said the best way to re-launch the peace process was not by suspending the negotiations but by renewing them.

Shariv said Israel made the decision because the attack on the Gaza crossing was launched from a Palestinian Authority base.

Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz said on Friday that the deadly attack could have been prevented by Palestinian Authority security services since the three attackers had to cross through a Palestinian checkpoint before reaching the Karni crossing.

Israel seals off Gaza Strip
Earlier on friday Mofaz and Israeli Defense Forces chief Moshe Ya'alon announced Israel was closing the three checkpoints connecting the Gaza Strip to Israel and Egypt until the Palestinians take steps to fight terrorism.

The Karni crossing between Israel and Gaza was shut down shortly after Thursday night's attack. The decision by Mofaz and Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Ya'alon to close the other two crossings - Erez, between Gaza and Israel, and Rafah, between Gaza and Egypt - effectively isolates the Strip for an indefinite amount of time.

Five of the six Israelis killed in the attack, all of them civilians, were identified Friday. Four of the dead were employees of the Israel Ports Authority working at Karni crossing and the others were truck drivers.

Three of the dead were residents of the western Negev town of Sderot. Dror Gizri, Herzl Shlomo, 51, and Ivan Shmilov, 54, were buried at the Sderot cemetery on Friday afternoon. The other two people killed are Munam Abu Sabia, 33, from Daboriya, and Ibrahim Kahili, 46, from Umm al-Ghanem.

Four Israelis were wounded in the attack, three seriously. The wounded were evacuated to Soroka Medical Center in Be'er Sheva.

Brig. Gen. Avi Kochavi, commander of the Gaza Division, said Friday that the amount of goods that will be allowed into Gaza will be cut drastically following the attack, but that the army would do what it could to reduce damage to innocent civilians.

"This is a central crossing through which merchandise, medicine and food are brought," Kochavi told Israel Radio. "For a reason that is not clear to us, [the terrorists] are making every effort to destroy our every attempt to allow the Palestinians, their own people, [to lead] easier lives."

Thursday night's attack began at about 10:45 P.M., when the terrorists used a very large explosive device - which experts estimate weighed more than 120 kilograms - to blast through a door that separates the Israeli and Palestinian sides at the crossing.

Palestinian gunmen then opened fire on the Israelis working at the crossing, including security guards, with mortars and light arms. The army at first said five Israelis were killed, but another body was found later.

Israel Defense Forces troops at the scene fired back, killing three Palestinian gunmen.

A short time after the attack, an Israel Air Force helicopter fired two missiles at a medical centre in Deir el Balah refugee camp run by an Islamic charity, Al Salah, with links to Hamas, witnesses said. There were no reports of casualties.

Attack may be challenge to new PA chairman
The Palestinian attack, which came just four days after the election of Mahmoud Abbas, could be seen as a challenge to the new Palestinian Authority chairman, who has often condemned suicide bombings as harmful to the Palestinian cause.

Significantly, three militant groups claimed joint responsibility for the attack: Hamas, the Popular Resistance Committees and the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, an offshoot of Abbas' Fatah movement.

"The attack was a continuation of resistance," said Abu Abir of the Popular Resistance Committees in a joint claim of responsibility. It called it a response to Israel's killing of a West Bank militant and other Palestinians in recent days.

Hamas militants said they had hoped to kidnap Israeli soldiers to swap them for Palestinians held in Israeli jails.

Abu Abir said the attack was "further proof that the enemy will leave the Gaza Strip under fire from the strikes of the Palestinian resistance", referring to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's plan to evacuate settlers from the Gaza Strip and the northern West Bank this year.

Palestinians identified one of the gunmen as Muhaned Al-Mansi, 18, from the Jabalya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip.

Israel and Washington have said that the first test of Abbas as a leader will be his willingness and ability to rein in terror groups. The Sharon government has set strong PA action against terror as a pre-condition for resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

The Karni crossing, closed to Palestinian traffic at the hour of the attack, was relatively empty at the time. However, there is a permanent presence of Israeli civilian border authority personnel and a small IDF force permanently stationed at the crossing.

The large bomb used to demolish the dividing wall between the Israeli and Palestinian sides of the crossing was apparently smuggled into Karni in a vehicle.

The Karni crossing has been the target of dozens of attacks since the start of the intifada in September 2000.

In March 2004, Hamas and Fatah managed to smuggle two militants through the crossing, and they carried out a suicide bombing in the Ashdod port. The militants managed to pass through Karni inside a container, with the assistance of a senior officer in the Palestinian Preventive Security organization, who was in charge of security on the Palestinian side. Ten Israeli civilians were killed in that attack.

Hamas has been particularly eager to target crossings like Karni because of the relative ease with which Palestinians can approach them and the near-constant presence of Israelis there, and also because they can disrupt the economic link between the PA and Israel.


Jer:47:5: Baldness is come upon Gaza; Ashkelon is cut off with the remnant of their valley: how long wilt thou cut thyself? 

Amos:1:6: Thus saith the LORD; For three transgressions of Gaza, and for four, I will not turn away the punishment thereof; because they carried away captive the whole captivity, to deliver them up to Edom: 

Amos:1:7: But I will send a fire on the wall of Gaza, which shall devour the palaces thereof:

Zeph:2:4: For Gaza shall be forsaken, and Ashkelon a desolation: they shall drive out Ashdod at the noon day, and Ekron shall be rooted up.

Zech:9:5: Ashkelon shall see it, and fear; Gaza also shall see it, and be very sorrowful, and Ekron; for her expectation shall be ashamed; and the king shall perish from Gaza, and Ashkelon shall not be inhabited.






1Thes:5:3: For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.


A disengagement of disenchantment

By Jonathan Spyer

The political direction of which Ariel Sharon's disengagement plan forms a part is the most significant development in Israeli policymaking since 1967. It is an attempt to finally free the Israeli political discussion from the squabble between rival utopias that has dominated it since the 1970s.

that of the left, has already largely vanished from the public discourse - a victim of the cataclysmic failure of the Oslo process of the 1990s. This project posited a historic compromise between Israel and Palestinian nationalism, based on the ascendancy of shared, rational economic interests. As it turned out, the shared interests were perceived by only one of the sides. The collapse of Oslo cast the proponents of the possibility of rapprochement between Zionist Israel and the leadership of Palestinian nationalism as currently constituted into political irrelevance.

The result of the eclipse of the left is that the drama of the clash of ideas in Israel is currently taking place in the center-rightward side of the arena. The battle is being fought between a disenchanted, realist outlook, as represented by Ariel Sharon and his allies, and the redemptive ambitions of the religious nationalist camp. The flagship of the latter has for a generation been the settlement enterprise in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. Nevertheless, it should be understood that the clash between Sharon and the Yesha Council [representing settlements in Judea, Samaria and Gaza] is not ultimately an argument over demarcation and real estate. Rather, it is about fundamentally differing conceptions of democracy, of Jewish statehood, and ultimately of the very dynamics governing international affairs.

Noahide laws over Humiliated Palestinians

For right-of-center Israelis, the right to construct Jewish communities in Judea, Samaria and Gaza is axiomatic. And in a society increasingly demobilized, fragmented and self-critical, the apparent willingness of the settlers to cleave to old, treasured values and pay the price for them awakened the admiration of circles far beyond the religious nationalist public from which their leadership has been drawn.

Nevertheless, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the agenda of the most militant elements of the Yesha leadership, and their political allies in, for example, the Jewish leadership group of Moshe Feiglin, are far from the concerns, ambitions and desires of the greater part of the Israeli Jewish public. They are also far from anything resembling classical Zionism. Feiglin, the controller of around 130 votes in the Likud Party Central Committee, and one of the architects of the prime minister's defeat in the Likud referendum in April 2004, openly advocates disobedience by Israel Defense Forces soldiers to thwart disengagement. "No one can overcome God's will to keep us in Gaza," he tells his followers. He also favors stripping Arab Israelis of their citizenship, ending military service for women and establishing a Sanhedrin on the Temple Mount. Such views, exotic and bizarre to the Israeli mainstream, are representative of the wilder streams now preparing civil disobedience. The clash between Feiglin and his allies and the prime minister and his camp is thus about more than disengagement from Gaza and part of northern Samaria. With increasingly unveiled calls to sedition being heard, it is shaping up to be about the right of elected government to govern, and a clash between the advocates of Jewish nationalism as we have known it and the partisans of something else entirely.

As for the "road map" guiding the advocates of disengagement, its key elements are the following items:

l Firstly, a rejection of arguments positing the imminent emergence of "democratic" leaderships in various parts of the Middle East and among the Palestinians, and the consequent emergence of a consensual "peace between democracies." Abu Mazen's latest statements in support of the so-called "right of return" and his rejection of firm action against Palestinian terror groups indicate that for the foreseeable future, Israel is likely to remain a Jewish democracy surrounded by neighbors seeking its demise. Palestinian nationalism has not yet crossed the Rubicon of historical rapprochement with Israel. It is showing no signs of being about to do so.

l Secondly, the awareness that something must be done. Demographic realities make the status quo untenable. A Jewish state presiding over an Arab majority will be an arrangement with a brief future ahead of it.

l Thirdly, the awareness that the bringing into being of a Palestinian state with provisional borders, created as part of a process of cooperation between Israel and its most important ally, the United States, represents the best possible outcome in the current reality. Irreconcilable issues will remain unreconciled. But a political arrangement including (limited) Palestinian sovereignty will have been established.

l Fourthly, Israel's security in the dysfunctional region in which it is situated will continue to derive, in this arrangement, from the strength of its armed forces and their technological edge.

Disengagement is the first step along this road. The plan is the product of disenchantment, and hence has none of the heady thrills of utopia about it. In the weeks to come, its opponents, most significant among them advocates of theocracy of various stripes, will be mobilizing to make its implementation impossible. The future direction - internal and external - of the State of Israel will to no small extent be dependent on the outcome of this contest.


The Indian Nation has been Obedient from the beginning to the "Master race"

[ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2004 12:00:00 AM ]


One who serves and seeks no recompense
Finds union with the Lord
Such a servant alone takes the
Master's guidance, says Nanak,
As on him is divine grace.

Adi Granth

All men are responsible for one another.

Sanhedrin 27b

Rendering help to another is the function of all human beings.

Tattvarthasutra 5.21

The man of perfect virtue, wishing to be established himself, seeks also to establish others; wishing to be enlarged himself, he seeks also to enlarge others.


Kabbalah Centre in Holocaust row

A documentary about a branch of Kabbalah, the mystical form of Judaism that counts pop idol Madonna among its devotees, will show a senior figure saying Jews died in the Holocaust because they did not follow the sect.

How right they are, for they set them up to the slaughter to create their Talmudic Qabalist shemgod hoodlum hoo haha of their haMoshiach been Satan

The program, to be aired by the BBC, also features members of the London Kabbalah Centre trying to sell an undercover reporter bottles of "healing" water they say could help cure cancer.

John Sweeney, who made the film with the help of three undercover "moles", said it would throw an unflattering light on the Kabbalah Centre in London, part of an international network led by Philip Berg, who is based in Los Angeles.

"It's a devastating indictment," Mr Sweeney said.

"The perceived view is that this is a Hollywood craze, fluffy, a bit silly. But we found a score or more ex-members, all of whom said it was a dangerous cult."

According to the BBC, the program will show a senior figure at the Kabbalah Centre saying: "Just to tell you another thing about the 6 million Jews that were killed in the Holocaust - the question was that the Light was blocked. They didn't use Kabbalah."

The centre declined to comment on the documentary before it was aired, but added in a statement: "For millennia, Kabbalah has been misrepresented by some members of the community trying to discourage others from studying its wisdom."

Leaks from the Kabbalah Centre, which has attracted some of the biggest names in show business, have angered Jewish leaders, who argue that the organisation is distorting the movement's teaching.

Many distinguish between Kabbalah, a branch of ancient Jewish mysticism, (Mystery Babylon)  and the Kabbalah Centre which has attracted fashionable supporters like Madonna and actress Demi Moore.

Commenting on remarks made in the program, Rabbi Barry Marcus of the Central Synagogue in London, says the centre is duping people.

"This centre is trading on the name Kabbalah and duping people into thinking it is a legitimate source of study," he said.

Totally, a perfect regular ruse of the shems is to discredit a particular direction, while guiding their proselytes into the same direction...doublespeak

"It's preposterous. It is insulting to the memory of people who died in the Holocaust. This is arrogance I can only condemn in the strongest terms."

Sweeney said that one of the undercover reporters, who was suffering from cancer, was offered a package of remedies for the disease costing a total of $2,100.

They included nearly $900 for 10 cases of Kabbalah water, $360 for "extra-strength" water and $710 for Zohar books, the Kabbalah 'Bible'.

and Kosher Government approved  tax schemes like in the "Amaraka" Grocery chians?

Kabbalah shot to prominence in the late 1990s, helped by Madonna's keen interest.


In June last year, the Catholic-bred singer said she had adopted the Hebrew name of Esther, and in September she went on a spiritual pilgrimage to Israel to practise her newfound faith.


And yet even more Robbery hits  the dumb "Amarakans"

Gold Train Affair ...
US to pay compensation for WW II gold train robbery The US government has agreed in principle to pay compensation in the Hungarian gold train affair from the Holocaust era, government officials and the plaintiffs attorneys notified the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida in Miami. The court is hearing the class action suit against the US government. The parties have not yet worked out the details of the compensation, and therefore did not notify the court about them. The attorneys said 50,000 people were eligible for compensation. Unofficial reports claim that the US government will pay $25 million to needy Holocaust survivors.

If that is the case, heirs of the property owners will almost certainly not personally receive compensation, unless they are given preference over Holocaust survivors receiving aid. This is likely to arouse criticism against the attorneys who filed the class action suit, since they will be paid regardless, while it is not clear what advantages will accrue to the attorneys' direct clients.

The case covers the alleged looting by US Army soldiers in early 1945 of the so-called "Hungarian Gold Train" of valuables the Nazis seized from 800,000 Hungarian Jews. The valuables included jewelry, art works and other property worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The claimants allege that the US Army and soldiers illegally seized, sold and distributed 1,200 paintings, silver objets d'art, jewels, china, 3,000 carpets, and other household items.


A Coronation Of Vampires -
Don't Look At Bush!
Whatever You Do - Do NOT Look Into His Eyes!
Excerpted From The News-Herald (Ohio)
The nation's 55th presidential inauguration, the first to be held since 9/11, will take place this month under perhaps the heaviest security of any in U.S. history.
Dozens of federal and local law enforcement agencies and military commands are planning what they describe as the heaviest possible security. Virtually everyone who gets within eyesight of the president either during the Jan. 20 inauguration ceremony at the U.S. Capitol or the inaugural parade down Pennsylvania Avenue later in the day will first go through a metal detector or receive a body pat-down.
Other instructions given performers include a warning NOT TO LOOK DIRECTLY at Bush while passing the presidential reviewing stand, not to look to either side and not to make any sudden movements.
"They want you to just look straight ahead," said Danielle Adam, co-director of the Mid American Pompon All Star Team from Michigan, which also performed in the 2001 inaugural parade.


Just in from the Ministry of truth from the department of doublespeak......

Military Tests Lasers To Warn Off Aircraft

By Sara Kehaulani Goo
Washington Post Staff Writer
Friday, January 14, 2005; Page A06


A day after the Department of Transportation urged pilots to report hazardous laser beams aimed at aircraft, the U.S. military said it is testing a system to beam red and green lasers at aircraft in the Washington area as a warning when they enter restricted airspace.

The plan has prompted confusion among some area pilots who said they were unsure whether they would be able to tell the difference between a commercial laser used by someone playing at home and one operated by the North American Aerospace Defense Command. Transportation Secretary Norman Y. Mineta on Wednesday urged pilots to report laser sightings to the Federal Aviation Administration and local law enforcement. A commercially available laser beamed into a cockpit can distract a pilot and in rare cases cause permanent eye damage.

NORAD said yesterday that its lasers are less intense than a typical laser pointer and that they will not harm or distract pilots. "During the tests, citizens in the [Washington] area may occasionally see beams of red and green lights in the sky during the hours of darkness," NORAD said in a statement. "The lights are so designed that illumination levels are eye-safe and non-hazardous at all ranges."

NORAD spokesman Michael D. Kucharek said a document posted on the Federal Aviation Administration's Web site for the presidential inauguration mistakenly suggested that any unauthorized aircraft flying into the restricted areaknown as the Air Defense Identification Zone around the nation's capital would be signaled with a laser beam. He said the posting was premature because the FAA has not granted its approval.

NORAD would like to use its Visual Warning System soon for all aircraft deviating into restricted airspace because it is a safer way to signal pilots than the current method of dropping flares near unauthorized planes. Until it gets approval, NORAD will test lasers only on military aircraft in the Washington area. The test period began Dec. 28 and ends next Thursday.

Commercial airliners and private aircraft pilots "won't experience our laser" for now, Kucharek said. "We're only using the Visual Warning System against pre-designated aircraft and pilots."

Unlike the thin, focused beams of lasers that have reportedly been pointed at 31 planes since the Christmas holiday, Kucharek said the military's beams are in a red, red, green sequence and appear as wide beams that pose no harm and won't distract pilots from flight duties. "We want to have another way of letting [pilots] know, 'Hey, you need to vacate the area,' " he said.

Even so, local pilot Scott Faught said NORAD's announcement about its limited testing left the impression his plane might be beamed. The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, which represents many private pilots, said it didn't know enough about the program to comment. It advised pilots to continue to report all laser incidents.

"If they plan on hitting me with lasers, it still raises the issue: Are you trying to distract me? How in the world do we know the good ones from the bad ones?" Faught said.


Ask Emanuel Goldstein, of course



How the Oxy-Morons set us Judaeo-Churchinsanity, bewitched them into the fables of the Jews, by their Freemason James the Just, the So called brother of the Only Begotten Son of God, who undermined the authority of Salvation by Grace. The New Fallen away church has taken the bait hook lnk and sinker and follow their shemgods Master race "Chosen" who say in their Talmudic Laws, any who worship the same Jesus of Nazareth the Iamhe, shall be decapitated

According to the Talmud when three Gentiles came to Shammai asking about what can be called quick conversion he scolded the first and he repulsed the other two.  They came to Hillel; he said to one of Gentile "what is hateful to you, do not do to your neighbor: that is the whole Torah; the rest is commentary; go, study."  All three Gentiles were eventually converted to Judaism by Hillel. Hillelites believed in spreading the word of God; it was God’s universal message to all mankind, Shammaites were more exclusive about the Torah and nationalistic about the nation.

One of the major disputes between the two schools was whether salvation was available to non-Jews.

Oh how the choosers of other gods who slew The Messiah have twisted their fables......

 Bet Shammai held that only Jews or full convertees who submitted to all Jewish commandments received salvation. 

These same Vipers who say in their oral laws of Mishnah Torah of Talmud Bavli that Jesus the Christ is a bastard and the son of a whore and a roman soldier, and that he is in hell boiling in human excrement, and that if any worship him they shall be decapitated for ever Noah son who breaks any of their laws gets death only by decapitation, and their God has no Only Begotten Son the savior, and he is a Idol worshipper......they snare all the Lukewarm apostate Judaeo-Churchinsaity


Bet Hillel held that those who followed the Noahide laws received salvation. 

Not they who follow Jesus receive Salvation. They had to tie these laws to Jesus, and it was the Blasphemous James the Just, freemason they used

The Talmud in the name of Rabbi Joshua ruled that followers of the Noahide laws received salvation (BT San. 105a and Maimonides Melakhim, 8:11). His opposition was Rabbi Eliezer, the hard-line Shammaite. It is clear that Jesus believed it very important to help people (although he did not specifically refer to Gentiles) achieve salvation and thus enter the Kingdom of God.

Blasphemers, even they admit their treachery

The Noahide laws include prohibition against idolatry, blasphemy, killing, stealing, illicit sexual relations, cruelty to animals and establishing courts of law. 

The very same courts of freemason who will slay the saints

In the Book of Jubilees an early text (perhaps 4th century BCE) the list of laws Noah told his sons included some of the above and ‘honor [your] father and mother’ and loving his neighbor’ (Jub. 7:20).  The Noahide laws are universal laws that according to Halakha guaranteed salvation and did not require belief in a particular revelation. The Gospels discuss the Noahide laws and there relationship to gentiles in The Book of Acts (15):

A bat kol ended a three year debate between the school of Rabbi Hillel and those of Rabbi Shammai. ‘ Then a bat kol sounded saying ‘These are and those are the words of the living God, but the Halakha is in accordance with Bet Hillel’ (BT Erubin 13b).  After the Bat Kol, the Halakha is almost always in accordance with the words of Bet Hillel. ‘Anyone transgressing the words of Bet Hillel is guilty of death’. (PT Yebomoth 1:6). After this the school of Bet Shammai was dissolved. In the Talmud the sages note "he who observes the teaching of House of Shammai deserve death".  16

In one case Jesus followed the Halakha of the more zealous Galileans.

Sick perverted Blasphemers of hell



Beware of the scribes and the Pharisees

Mt:15:3: But he answered and said unto them, Why do ye also transgress the commandment of God by your tradition?

Mt:15:6: And honour not his father or his mother, he shall be free. Thus have ye made the commandment of God of none effect by your tradition.

Mk:7:8: For laying aside the commandment of God, ye hold the tradition of men, as the washing of pots and cups: and many other such like things ye do.

Mk:7:9: And he said unto them, Full well ye reject the commandment of God, that ye may keep your own tradition.


Mk:7:13: Making the word of God of none effect through your tradition, which ye have delivered: and many such like things do ye.


Col:2:8: Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ

Moshe Kline


The Art of Writing The Oral Tradition

Leo Strauss,
The Maharal of Prague
and Rabbi Judah The Prince

·       ...No one can so well understand a thing and make it his own when he learns it from another as when he discovers it for himself.

Descartes, Discourse on Method

·       ...An author who wishes to address only thoughtful men has but to write in such a way that only a very careful reader can detect the meaning of his book.

·       ...Writing between the lines. This expression is clearly metaphoric. Any attempt to express its meaning in unmetaphoric language would lead to the discovery of a terra incognita, a field whose very dimensions are as yet unexplored and which offers ample scope for highly intriguing and even important investigations.

Leo Strauss, Persecution and the Art of Writing


The Maharal of Prague (Rabbi Judah Loew, 1525-1609) viewed the Mishnah as a composition rather than a collection. He did not use such terminology, of course, but this view is clearly implicit in his explanation of how the various parts of the text are related. His most convincing arguments are based on the structure of the list of "Pairs" in the first chapter of Avot, a list which appears to be chronological and historical. In his unique commentary Derekh Hayyim, he demonstrates that this passage must, in fact, be read as a literary and philosophical composition. Perhaps because of the obscurity of the Maharal's language and the complexity of his ideas, the implications of his reading have not yet been fully appreciated. With this article, I hope to clarify the significance of the Maharal's findings and to begin a reappraisal of the approach they entail.

In his discussion of the Pairs passage, the Maharal describes three levels of order. He also implies that there is a fourth level, though he does not describe it explicitly. Later, I will argue that one can even speak of a fifth level. But first let us consider the Maharal's argument.


Level one: The chronological shell

From Pirkei Avot Chapter 1

(1) Moses received the Law at Sinai and handed it down to Joshua, and Joshua to the Elders, and the Elders to the Prophets, and the Prophets to the men of the Great Assembly.
They said three things:
be deliberate in judgement,
raise up many disciples,
[and] make a fence around the Law. 

(2) Simon the Just was one of the last survivors of the Great Assembly. 
He used to say, 
Upon three things is the world based: 
upon the Law, 
upon worship, 
and upon the practice of charity. 

(3) Antigonos of Sokho received the tradition from Simon the Just. 
He used to say, 
Be not like slaves who serve their master for the sake of a reward 
but rather like those who serve their master without hope of a reward; 
and let the fear of heaven be upon you. 

Their Prophets are not the Messengers that the Lord God the Father rose early and sent and they slew and put in prison, but Prophets of Baa'l


Tractate Avot begins with a description of the transmission of the Torah from one generation to the next through the leaders of each generation: from Moses to Joshua to the Elders to the Prophets to the men of the Great Assembly.

see Ezekiel 8, Dig into the Wall Ezekiel and see the Abominations they do in the House of the LORD

 Starting with the men of the Great Assembly, the text cites a series of aphorisms, one in their name and one in the name of each of the authorities introduced thereafter, spanning a period of five generations. Two personalities are mentioned as receiving the Torah in each generation, giving us a total of five Pairs, until the culmination of the Second-Temple period with the last of the Pairs: Hillel and Shammai. We thus have ten statements reported in the names of the five Pairs. These ten aphorisms make up the literary-philosophical construct described by the Maharal.

The Pairs, Avot ch.1, According To The Maharal Of Prague


The Five Pairs Text

From The Maharal's Commentary 

...The counsel (mussar) of each Pair adds to that of the previous Pair. 

"One based his admonition on love and the other on fear"


 (4) Yose ben Yoezer of Zereda
 and Yose ben Yohanan of Jerusalem
received tradition from them

For the first Pair ordained correct behavior in regard to those members of one's household to whom he is most closely related 


Yose ben Yoezer said: Let your house be a meeting place for the wise; sit in the dust of their feet, and drink in their words thirstily 


(5) Yose ben Yohanan of Jerusalem said: Let your house be open wide; let the needy be part of your household. Do not speak too much with women. They said this of one's own wife; how much more is it true of another man's wife. Hence the Sages said: When a man speaks too much with women he brings evil upon himself, neglects the study of the Law and in the end will come to perdition. 


(6) Joshua ben Perahia and Nittai the Arbelite 
received tradition from them

After this, the second Pair ordained behavior toward one's teacher, friends and neighbors, who are more distant but still close to one 


Joshua ben Perahia said: Get yourself a teacher,acquire a comrade, and give the benefit of the doubt. 


(7) Nittai the Arbelite said: Stay away from an evil neighbor, do not associate with the wicked, and do not despair of retribution. 


(8) Judah ben Tabbai and Simon ben Shetah 
received tradition from them. 

Then the third Pair ordained behavior toward those one judges and leads, for they are yet more distant. 


Judah ben Tabbai said: Act not the part of counsel; while the litigants stand before you, regard them as guilty, but as they leave, regard them as innocent, for they have accepted the verdict. 


(9) Simon ben Shetah said: Examine the witnesses thoroughly, and watch your words, lest they learn from them to lie. 


(10) Shemaia and Avtalion 
received tradition from them. 

And after that, the fourth Pair spoke of the behavior of one who gives orders, who is even further removed, for being over the others he is set apart from them.... 


Shemaia said: Love labor, hate domination, and do not make yourself known to the ruling powers. 


(11) Avtalion said: Sages, watch your words, lest you incur the penalty of exile, and be banished to a place of evil waters, and the disciples that follow you drink and die, and the Heavenly Name be profaned. 


(12) Hillel and Shammai 
received tradition from them. 

Finally, the fifth Pair ordained correct behavior in regard to all men, that the bond of peace be not broken; for there is no greater order than that of the world as a whole. 


Hillel said: Be of the students of Aaron, loving peace, pursuing peace, loving one's fellowmen and drawing them close to the Torah. (13) He also said: He who invokes the Name will lose his name; he who adds not will be taken away; he who studies not deserves death; and he who makes use of the Crown will soon be gone. (14) He also said: If I am not for myself, who will be for me; and if I am only for myself, what am I; and if not now, when? 


(15) Shammai said: Make regular your [study of the] Torah; say little and do much; and greet everyone cheerfully. 

Replaced the commandments of God the Father with this Theology of men


The Pairs passage comprises a literary unit with clear principles of organization. The most obvious is that the Pairs are presented in chronological order: each Pair "received tradition" from the previous one. This simple observation permits two different approaches to the text. On the one hand, it could be maintained that the content of the statements is not related to the chronological sequence. This is the way the text is usually read. On the other hand, one could take the approach of the Maharal, looking for the connection between the content of each statement and its place in the sequence. This reading implies that the text was arranged so as to reflect a meaningful rather than chance relationship among the aphorisms. The Maharal's comprehensive, or contextual, reading does not necessarily conflict with the more narrowly focused reading that takes each statement on its own terms. The Maharal, too, is certainly concerned with the spiritual and philosophical views of each of the speakers. But he adds two levels of possible signification. First, he relates the content of a given statement to a specific historical stage. Second, the broader overview adds its own level of meaning: the "forest" rather than just the "trees".


The Maharal demonstrates two interrelated rules of organization or conceptual elements in the structure of the Pairs passage. One is dynamic and the other static. The first relates to the flow from Pair to Pair and parallels the historical progression defined by the editor. I refer to this as a dynamic rule because it defines the movement from one Pair to the next. The static rule points to a fixed relationship between the members of each Pair.


Level two: The static rule

We know from the Mishnah (Their Torah Mishnah oral tradition)  itself (Hagigah 2) that each of the Pairs was comprised of the two highest officials of its generation, those who bore the titles nasi, President, and av beit din, Chief Justice. The order of the appearance of the two is consistent: in each of the five Pairs, the President precedes the Chief Justice. The first of the conceptual principles described by the Maharal relates to a uniform distinction between the content of the statements of the President and those of the Chief Justice.

You must know that the first, Yose ben Yoezer, was the President and [the second,] Yose ben Yohanan, was the Chief Justice. Now the presidency is exalted, and one whom the Lord has exalted and glorified will love the Lord for the exaltation bestowed upon him and will serve Him out of love, for he must be thankful for the goodness done to him, and therefore his instruction concerns the love of the Lord. The Chief Justice, as is implied by his title, is responsible for justice, and his instruction is connected with fear. For insofar as his characteristic quality is justice, it is based on fear. For it is stated of Isaac, whose chief attribute was justice, "The fear of Isaac filled me" (Gen. 31). For litigants are afraid of seeming to show insufficient respect [for the court]. And so the Chief Justice's admonitions concern fear.  

For they have Replaced the Fear of the Father, with the fear of the Offspring of the Nephilim, who are Mighty men "Gibborim" who say in their laws they are gods, "Elohim" Thus they Crucified the Son of God the Father, and said "Let us slay him and Rob Him of His Inheritance"

What will the Father do when he comes to the Vinyard?

Each of the Pairs has a common frame of reference, with positive and negative aspects. Within this frame, the first statement emphasizes the positive and the second the negative. In the Maharal's terms, the President speaks from the viewpoint of love, ahavah, and the Chief Justice from the viewpoint of fear or awe, yirah. 

Enforced by fear and decapitation unto all non Jew mankind, unto their "gods" who are no gods


This is consistent with the traditional difference in character between Hillel and Shammai. Hillel, the President, is considered to have been lenient and forthcoming, as opposed to Shammai, the Chief Justice, who is known to have been strict and aloof. As the Maharal points out, the text implies that this difference may have been one of role rather than of personality. In each of the five cases, the President, as we would expect from Hillel, is more positive and lenient than the Chief Justice, who like Shammai, comes across as stricter or more preoccupied with the negative.

see Bushkevik and his new Chief "Justice" enforcer "Chert-off" the Talmudic Jew

 In some of the Pairs this distinction is quite obvious. For example, it is the President who asserts in positive terms, "Acquire a comrade," whereas the Chief Justice confines himself to the negative injunction, "Do not associate with the wicked". In the following table I have selected the elements in each Pair that illustrate the distinction made by the Maharal.

Distinctions Between Love and Fear 
In the Aphorisms of the President and Chief Justice  

Good cop, bad cop

Bushkevik                                                                                  Chert-Off






Chief Justice


drink in their words thirstily

do not speak too much with women


acquire a comrade

do not associate with the wicked


regard them as innocent

watch...lest they learn to lie


love labor

watch...lest... the Heavenly Name be profaned


loving peace...loving fellow men

say little

Following traditional interpretive methods, the Maharal stresses the consistent relation between attitude and role in the Pairs. Literary analysis corroborates this insight. While a full analysis of all the literary techniques employed by the editor/author is beyond the scope of this article, I will give one example now of how such an analysis would lead to conclusions like those of the Maharal. Each Chief Justice except Nitai the Arbelite indicates that one should limit one's speech: "Do not speak too much," "Say little," "Watch your words". This finding is consistent with the Maharal's concept of yir'ah, fear or awe, which implies a negation or limitation:

You must understand that the difference between love and fear is that love causes one to perform the positive commandments from his love of the Lord and His commandments, while fear prevents one from sinning. For one who fears another will fear transgressing against him, hence [one who fears God] is said to be a fearer of sin. 

Their god their tetragrammaton the Illuminated angel transformed from Fear of the Noahide Laws and decapitation...But the saints of Jesus the Messiah will learn to die the first death and escape their soul robbing god, who is no god. Then they will die the first death and the second death forever in eternal damnation

This is what Maimonides writes, in his (commentary on) the first chapter, concerning Antigonos' saying "and let the fear of heaven be upon you": "This commandment, concerning fear, appears in the Torah:

Mishnah Torah, Not the Torah of the Prophets of the father

 `Fear the Lord your God;' and the Sages say, `Serve out of love, serve out of fear;' and they state further, `One who loves will not forget to do what he should do, and one who fears will not do what he has been warned not to do.' For fear plays an important role in prohibitions." It should thus be clear that the things we should do depend on love, while those that are forbidden depend on fear. That is why you will find that the President admonishes us concerning things that should be done and the Chief Justice concerning things that should not.  

They understand their Theology well people, and their god the Robber, they have replaced with the "Robber" who is the murderer since the beginning, by fear many will worship the beast


Level three: The dynamic rule: extension

The basic structural unit in our text is a Pair. Insofar as it is a Pair, the two members must have something in common. And since they are two distinct elements they must also differ. As we have seen, the elements of all the Pairs differ in the same way, thus obeying the static rule. We must now examine each Pair in order to define what its members have in common. The editor/author has left no doubt as to the common element in the first Pair. Both statements begin with the identical phrase "Let your home be," thereby unmistakably defining the home as the common frame of reference. The home provides the origin or baseline for a conceptual process parallel to the chronological order.

The Maharal points out that each succeeding Pair "adds" to the previous one and expands on its statements. By "adds" he means, he tells us, that the social framework widens from Pair to Pair. While the first Pair confines itself to actions within the home, the second Pair expands the circle, going out of the home to deal with close personal contacts such as friends, neighbors and teachers.

This is why they hate the Commandments of God the Father, for in their tradition they have added their own laws they have made unto themselves, yet will not lift one finger to move themselves, but make their laws grievous to mankind

 While the second Pair, like the first, deals with private, individual matters, the third Pair moves into a more formal area, the court of law. The Maharal describes this as yet "further" from the initial privacy of the home. The fourth Pair addresses itself to men of power, the leaders of society. The progression from the home to the halls of power is quite clear and convincing through the first four Pairs. The fifth Pair, the Maharal emphasizes, is the most inclusive of all in the reach of its statements. Hillel refers to Aaron the Peacemaker, who as high priest embodied an all-embracing social consciousness

the Communitarian Collective to the Golden Calf

Shammai, too, speaks of relating to humanity as a whole: "Greet everyone cheerfully." There is thus a complete progression: from the total privacy of the individual home to an overview of society. The Maharal refers to this movement from Pair to Pair as "extension," hitpashtut.

The shemborg collective

What does the Maharal's description of the dynamic flow from Pair to Pair add to our understanding of the text? On the aesthetic level, his analysis is striking in its elegance. He has made one of the many, a whole of the parts. He has found a progression in the inner meaning of the text which runs parallel to the outward historical progression (the transmission of the Torah from generation to generation) it describes. We are now confronted with two parallel processes which share only the sense of progression: the transfer of knowledge from the leaders of one generation to those of the next, and circles of social concern that expand steadily outward.

Mystery Babylon of sorcery and Blasphemy

It is clear that we are dealing with an extraordinarily complex composition. In light of the clear rules of organization which we have seen so far, it is impossible to view our text as a chance collection or historical accretion. Someone put a great deal of effort into constructing this literary document.



Level four: Wisdom

The Maharal repeatedly refers to the foregoing principles of organization when speaking of the relationship between the members of each Pair and the flow from pair to pair. There is evidently yet another rule which he found but only hints at, one which differs in kind from the first two. The Maharal alludes to the third rule when he speaks of a gap between the President and the Chief Justice that develops during the period of the second temple. The first Pair start out "close" to each other. The succeeding Pairs draw farther away from each other. The process culminates in the establishment of the separate schools of Hillel and Shammai.

confusion is of satan

The Maharal, uncharacteristically, does not explain in detail what he means. It sounds as if he were superimposing the first two rules upon each other. From the static rule we learned that the President and the Chief Justice have a fixed relationship stemming from the difference in their roles. But over the course of five generations, as the common subject area broadens, the relationship between the members of each Pair also "broadens" in the sense that they grow apart, polarize.


It could be that the matters with which they must deal become increasingly substantial, thereby heightening the differences between their positions.

 Alternatively, we could speculate that as the roles became more clearly defined over the generations, the individuals who occupy them became more entrenched in their respective role orientations. 

Chert-off will grow entrenched in his Noahide murders

This line of speculation fits well with the chronological sequence in which the Pairs are presented and would be appropriate for an idealized history of the Second Temple period.

Of abominable worship

 Unfortunately, as we shall see, this theory is at best only marginally relevant to the composition before us. As the Maharal might say, this would be an attractive explanation if we read Rabbinic thought as mere speculation. However, the respect due to the sages and their wisdom demands that we look for a deeper level of meaning.



In his discussion of Mishnaic concepts, the Maharal uses the scholastic terminology of his age. I have attempted a modern, literary approach to the text. Close analysis reveals that a subtle device is used to convey the sense of a widening gap between the Pairs. In each of the five Pairs the common frame of reference is expressed differently. For example, in the first Pair there is a simple repetition of the initial phrase. But the devices which point to the common subject change from Pair to Pair, thus creating a progression parallel to the progression described in the dynamic rule. As we will see, the overall effect of this sequence of devices is to create a sense of increasing distance between the members of the Pairs. 

Demonic Dialectics

While this type of analysis may seem at first dry and academic, it eventually leads to a rather surprising conclusion: a reading of the text as an esoteric composition. We will see now how this "rule of literary devices" is derived from the first three Pairs and then utilize it to understand the fourth and fifth.

The statements of the first Pair begin with the identical words "Let your house be". This has two effects. As we have seen, in reference to the second rule, it gives them an absolutely common frame of reference and directs us to seek similar frames of reference in succeeding Pairs. It is also the basis for the Maharal's description of the Pairs as beginning "close" to each other, using the same words. In terms of our modern literary analysis, we can add that their statements are also structurally similar. Both of them have three parts, speak of who should be in the home and, in the third element, relate to conversation: "Drink in their words", "Do not speak too much."

 The Second Pair

Joshua ben Perahia said:
Get yourself a teacher,
acquire a comrade, and
give the benefit of the doubt.

Nittai the Arbelite said:
Keep away from evil neighbors;
do not associate with the wicked; and
do not despair of retribution.

The statements of the second Pair do not share a linguistic element, but structurally they are identical. Each statement has three parts. The first two point to close personal contacts and have the root ch-b-r in common in the second element. 


The third part of each of their statements speaks of a general attitude rather than a specific relationship. It is clear that the two statements have been cast in the same mold, even though they do not share the same language, as did the first Pair. However, since they do not have an explicit common element, they can be described as "farther apart," in line with the Maharal's observation.

 The Third Pair

Judah ben Tabbai said:
Act not the part of counsel;
when the litigants stand before you
regard them as guilty,
but as they leave, regard them as innocent,
for they have accepted the verdict.

Simon ben Shetah said:
Examine the witnesses thoroughly,
and watch your words,
lest they learn to lie from them.

The statements of the third Pair have neither a linguistic nor a structural common denominator. It is clear from their contents that both statements are addressed to a sitting judge. While the statements have diverged in form, they are still close in substance. Each of the first three Pairs indicates its common subject in a different way. I will summarize this point in the following table.

Parallels Within The First Three Pairs  

The snare of confusion


Literary Device 

Degree of Parallel


a. identical language 
b. identical structure (three parts) 



a. similar language 
b. identical structure (three parts) 

very precise 


obviously similar subject 


In our terms, we have seen three different types of textual parallels in the first three Pairs. In the Maharal's terms, the Pairs grow farther apart, the differences between them more pronounced. Evidently, he is speaking in terms not of content but of form. Both speakers in the third Pair are quite clearly addressing the same audience. Their common subject is even clearer than that of the second Pair. Only when we analyze the devices utilized to define the common frame of reference in each Pair, does it become apparent that it is the devices themselves that are logically ordered. The similarity in the first two Pairs is based on structural and linguistic parallels. These are elements of style and can be thought of as extrinsic to the content. The statements of the third Pair have no common structure or linguistic element to tie them together, but there is an intrinsic parallel in their content. We began with an obvious linguistic parallel and have been drawn more and more into the content of the statements in order to see what they have in common. Of course we have read the statements of only three Pairs and can not draw substantive conclusions at this point. Still, we have already seen a degree of literary sophistication in the overall scheme which demands that we be prepared to follow wherever the text may lead. It seems to be leading to the conclusion that analysis of the structure reveals additional layers of meaning. This observation is at the core of the third rule. Before analyzing the literary device employed in the fourth Pair, I would like to underline this link between form and content by means of a short digression concerning the names of the Pairs.

The Names of The Pairs  

Demonic Dialectics


Yose ben Yoezer of Zeredah and Yose ben Yohanan of Jerusalem 

Joshua ben Perahia and Nittai the Arbelite 

Judah ben Tabbai and Simon ben Shetah 

Shemaia and Avtalion 

Hillel and Shammai

There is a dynamic flow in the names of the Pairs which runs parallel to the chronological and conceptual flow. Through the five generations, the names a process of simplification. In the first Pair, both of the names have a three-part form: first name, father's name, place of origin. Both start with the same first name, Yose, just as their statements begin with the same words

Clever deception

Both have a place delimiter, as does the content of the statements, the home. In the third Pair, the names are in the standard form of "A ben B." In terms of the structure of their statements, the second Pair is closer to the first than the third. However, the form of the names indicates an intermediate position between the other Pairs. Like the third Pair, one, Joshua ben Perahia, is in the standard form. Like the first Pair one has a place delimiter, "the Arbelite." Looking forward to the fourth and fifth Pairs, we see that they are introduced only by their first names. Since the names of the fifth Pair are shorter than those of the fourth Pair, we can infer a process of "simplification" from generation to generation. In Hebrew, we could use the word hitpastut to describe the process. This is the word used by the Maharal to describe the conceptual flow of expanding social circles. The same word is used for seemingly opposite processes, expansion and contraction (literally: simplification or undressing). This is more than just a linguistic curiosity. We are about to see that the interdependence of these concepts is an essential feature of our text.

We will now examine the literary device employed in the fourth Pair. It requires the application of a lemma of the second rule. The lemma can be described as follows. Each of the expanding social circles is associated with a social role. The range of the first Pair is the home, and the role is that of householder. In the third Pair the range is that of law or formal relations, and the role is that of judge. There is an inverse relationship between the size of the sphere of influence and the number of people in the role. Householders are much more common than judges, but their individual influence is less than that of a judge. This inverse relationship is the lemma, and it will lead us to the role associated with the fourth Pair.

Collective Majority

While we have had no difficulty in identifying the roles associated with the first and third Pairs, the second is less clear. If, as in the first Pair, we derive the role from the common linguistic element, we can identify it as that of the chaver or comrade. This role typifies the types of interpersonal relationships considered in the first elements of the second Pair. The word chaver is also the formal title of a student; he is a "member" of the academy. After him comes the judge, the subject of the statements of the third Pair. We see that the social circles of the second rule may imply an academic pyramid:



















Householder or Layman 

We have jumped from the "social circles" pattern to one which is defined in terms of academic standing. This could imply that the basic standard for social groupings is an academic standard or that the text forces a quantum jump, a new level of differentiation between the Pairs. Now comes the point of internal verification. All of the statements of the Pairs are imperatives. The speakers in the third Pair are not describing an abstract theory of justice. They are giving advice to judges. They and all the other Pairs are directly addressing specific role requirements. The subjects being addressed are those we identified in the academic pyramid. Therefore we were justified in making the jump from the "social circles" theory. In fact, the academic pyramid is a closer representation of the text, because it acknowledges that different types of roles are being addressed by each Pair. Part of the artifice of the text, in fact, is the direction of each set of aphorisms to a different audience. Actually, the line between artifice and substance is no longer clear. Now we will consider how the academic pyramid is connected to the progression of literary devices.


We found that a literary device was used to define the common subject of each Pair's statements and that each Pair addresses a specific role. Each of the devices is suited to the role being addressed. The layman is the least sophisticated and must be addressed with statements that are literally identical, "Let your house be", in order to grasp that both members of the Pair are speaking about the same subject. The student or "comrade" is more advanced and, as his title implies, deals with connections, chibbur. He is equipped to appreciate the more subtle device used by the second Pair. 

see "Amarakan" new Freemason Judges and their Court reporters the scribes, and how they craft-ily deceive the stupid masses with their secret corporate persons verbiages of Hell

The judge is told to examine carefully what the witnesses say. He involves himself with content. The first two stages are similar in that they utilize superficial similarities to establish the common element in the respective Pairs. The Judge is limited to the testimony of the witness, the content of his statements. Superficial resemblances have no significance for him. From this reading of the link between the type of literary device and the role, we are prepared to predict some things about the fourth Pair. First of all we are looking for a role on a higher level than that of the Judge of the third Pair. Secondly, we are looking for a literary device which goes beyond the content of the two aphorisms.

How to snare them by the collusion of the Elohim and their scribes

 The Fourth Pair

Shemaia said:
Love labor,
hate domination,
and do not make yourself known
to the ruling powers.

Avtalion said:
Sages, watch your words,
lest you incur the penalty of exile,
and be banished
to a place of evil waters,
and the disciples who follow you
drink and die,
and the Heavenly Name be profaned.

The editor has left no room for doubt as to who is next up the ladder from the judge. Avtalion's statement is addressed directly to the sages. Proof that the next category is in fact the Sages appears in Shemaia's statement. It is also the solution to a textual problem. He says, s'na et harabanut, which can be taken literally to mean "hate authority." But Shemaia is hardly likely to be telling the average citizen to rebel. If, however, he is addressing the Sages (or those who could become such), his admonition makes sense: "Those of you who have been chosen to lead must commit yourselves to the task--`love labor'-and not become enamored of the perquisites of the role--`hate domination.'" There can be no doubt that both members of the fourth Pair address themselves to leaders. And yet it is virtually impossible to reach this conclusion without going through the process of analyzing the previous statements and abstracting the dynamic rule.

The key element in identifying the role addressed by the fourth Pair is the literal appearance of the term "Sages". But this is not the point of departure for an analysis of the statements of the fourth Pair; it is, rather, the fulfillment of a prediction

The out come of the snare in their Talmudic Noahide Laws of satan, when they deliver you to be afflicted and slain

From observing the process that begins to unfold in the first three Pairs, it is possible to predict that the fourth Pair would speak to those higher up the academic pyramid than judges, and sages exactly fit the expectations. Literally, "a word to the wise is sufficient," if the word is "the wise"! The parallel in the fourth Pair is predicated upon the fact that the reader comes to the text prepared by the dynamic rule which has developed over the first three Pairs. Once he/she spots the opening, "Sages", he/she knows that the pyramid theory is valid.

This is How they, and why they make you be Represented by their own sages, for if you knew what they were doing then the masses would hang them. Also self representation is impossible, for you yourself cannot represent your self, this makes you a corporation which already belongs to them. You must always be IAM as Jesus the Christ, Sui Juris. Do not allow them to snare you, but Stand in the testimony of the Chief Sui Juris, Jesus the Christ. He himself will send his Holy Spirit unto you, and they cannot snare your soul. Yes they will slay you for they hated the Lord first, But they cannot slay your soul. Let the Lord do all the Talking in the Hour of your temptation

The device employed by the fourth Pair is not limited to the content of their statements, as was that of the third Pair. This new literary device requires the reader to be "wise" and integrate the content of the statements of the fourth Pair into the rule determined by the first three Pairs. The fourth Pair demands that the reader be aware of the previous Pairs. It dictates his/her active participation on a level beyond that of the isolated parts of the text, the level of a comprehensive overview. In terms of the progression of literary devices, the Sage transcends the limitations imposed upon the Judge who was directed to the evidence of the witnesses, the Pair who stood before him. As a Judge he could clearly determine that their statements supported each other and were ato a judge. The Sage does not limit his judgement to the evidence presented to him in the testimony of the fourth Pair. He is wise because he integrates their statements within the context of all that preceded them. The device is his inclusive reading of the text.

It is no longer sufficient to say that each Pair independently addresses a particular role. The fourth Pair requires the context of the first three Pairs in order to be comprehensible to its subject. This fact has implications regarding the authorship of the text. It demonstrates that if we read our text as a mere collection, Shemaia's and Avtalion's statements must be seen as having been made in the context of an earlier collection which included the statements of the previous three Pairs! We must concede that we are reading a text written by one hand


Pirkei Avot is redefining itself. From a collection of aphorisms has emerged a text which admits that it is not what it appears to be. This revelation takes place in the framework of statements addressed to Sages. The exoteric collection has been replaced by an esoteric composition, one reserved for the initiated, the Sages. I believe that here, too, the text provides internal verification. Avtalion's statement, which otherwise seems inscrutable, begins to make sense if it is read as a warning to those who have begun to probe the esoteric level of the text. The key is in the reading of the word g'lut, dispersion, as g'lot, revealing.

Avtalion's statement has no overt meaning. It is a cryptic metaphor addressed only to those, the Sages, who are capable of deciphering it. I suggest the possibility of reading the warning as if it said "choose your words carefully lest you be forced to reveal [more than you should]...". Not all knowledge can or should be transmitted openly

Freemason signalling

This reading of Avtalion's statement sheds additional light on part of Shamaia's saying: "do not make yourself known to the ruling powers." The free transmission of certain knowledge is dangerous, both to the teacher, as implied here by Shemaia, and to the student, as stated by Avtalion, "the disciples who follow you (will) drink and die". The image of knowledge as water already appeared in the first pair: "sit in the dust of their feet and drink in their words thirstily." The beginning student, the layman of the first pair, lacks the necessary tools to understand the teacher fully. Nevertheless, because of his "thirst" he may "drink" ideas which he cannot digest. Therefore the teacher must be careful not to expose the unprepared student to ideas that could harm him. While this doctrine may seem inimical to the modern democratic spirit, it was far from uncommon in the classical world. We need only to read our text as the Sages would in order to understand some of the potential danger inherent in the knowledge acquired by them.

We can now see that our text has been crafted to exemplify the dichotomy between exoteric and esoteric knowledge. For seventeen hundred years Jews have been have been delighting in the collected aphorisms of the Sages, the exoteric Pirke Avot. Rabbis and teachers have found inspiration for countless homiletic flights within each of the collected sayings. Yet, from our analysis, the scholar who grasps the text as a whole, the esoteric book, is forced to say that it is a composition, written by one hand, not a collection. Is the scholar free to contradict common wisdom and declare his conclusions in the marketplace? This question is similar to the question our author is addressing through Avtalion. The author has created a vehicle for transmitting esoteric knowledge to the few who can profit from it while keeping it totally hidden from the masses whose faith could be endangered. At the same time, he has created a popular work which can be used by the general public while reserving its treasures for the initiates. The continued popularity of Avot attests to the author's skill.

Following a process demanded by the text, under the instruction of the Maharal, I reached a place where I was convinced that I was reading a composition rather than a collection. This composition is inaccessible until one goes through the process required to reveal it. There can be no doubt that the text reads like a collection, as generations of readers have testified. But once I have seen it as a composition, I no longer agree with the accepted, orthodox, view. By following the internal logic of the text, I have developed a special relationship with the author. I know that the text contains a level of meaning which is available only to the few, which is, in at least one way, diametrically opposed to common sense. This is part of the message being conveyed. The pursuit of wisdom can lead to dangerously unpopular opinions. Socrates is the classical example of the life threatening dangers inherent in philosophy. Avtalion's warning is even more forceful than the example of Socrates because he indicates that the philosopher risks not just his own life but the lives of his students as well.

Our next task is to clarify the progression of devices through the first four Pairs and apply it to the last Pair. We have been following two parallel developments. The first, the revelation of the academic pyramid, was a direct corollary of the Maharal's description of the subject flow from Pair to Pair. Each Pair has a common subject. We found that the subject could be identified with a specific station on the religio-academic pyramid. The second development is the set of literary devices associated with the various levels of the pyramid. We found that the common elements of the first two Pairs were superficial devices. The third Pair depended solely on similar content without an extrinsic device, leading us to say that the content itself was the device. With the fourth Pair we made a quantum jump. The device was no longer within the text of the Pair under investigation. It would remain invisible if the reader were not çëí, wise, if he were not able to abstract the dynamic rule of the first three Pairs and anticipate its application to the fourth Pair. In this sense, the text has become "interactive." Only a participant reader could extract all of the information included in it and receive the feedback of internal verification. At the exact point where the device transcends the limits of the Pair, the text transcends the limits of its exoteric content.

In the Sage we found a theoretician. He read the statements of the first three Pairs, formulated a theory and verified it with the fourth Pair. If we are continuing up an intellectual ladder, we are looking now for one whose achievements go beyond those of the Sage. To continue the image of the pyramid, we are looking for one who stands at the pinnacle, in a class by himself. He is not part of a class of individuals, the occupant of a role, but a singular personality. Such were the members of the fifth Pair, Hillel and Shammai. They transcended the roles of President and Chief Justice to become institutions in their own right: the School of Hillel and the School of Shammai. This development is also consistent with the connection we found between the dynamic rule and its lemma. When we view the Pairs in terms of expanding social circles, expansion reaches its limit when all of society is included. The pyramid of academic types points to a process which is the direct opposite, leading to an inevitable question: who is on top? The asking of this question becomes the literary device of the fifth Pair. At this point the text completely transcends itself. The reader is the device.


Level five: Empowerment

Having successfully completed the analysis required, the student learns that he is being addressed by the author. His proven ability wins him the title "Sage". The fourth Pair addressed Sages; if he understood their message, he himself must be one of them. This awakening is at the heart of the process that we began identifying as the progression of literary devices. They were indeed devices, but different in scope than we might have thought at first. Their function was not simply to acquaint us with the common elements of the Pairs, but to make us aware of the teacher, just out of sight, who whispered encouragement at every small step of progress, finally to reveal himself with the fourth Pair. The last step of the process is the student's self-realization. He recognizes that the author is trying to reach him as a unique individual. The reader has already seen that the text must be viewed as esoteric, written for the few. At the pinnacle of the pyramid stands just one, the reader who has gone this far in his analysis. At the instant when he becomes aware of the question "who is on top", he knows the answer.

Perhaps those coming to the Mishnah (Talmud Bavli) already acquainted with the fact that Hillel and Shammai regularly appear together to present opposing views would look for the point of disagreement here too. But only by expanding the dynamic rule of the first four Pairs is it likely that one would know where to look for the question upon which they disagree. In fact, the question we asked-Who is at the top?--is the question that they must be addressing. Hillel answers: "students of Aaron", those who are totally committed to the active pursuit of peace, "loving peace." This is clearly an expansion of the previous President's statement, "Love labor". The ultimate labor is peacemaking. Shammai's answer is more laconic: "Make regular your [study of the] Torah; say little and do much; and greet everyone cheerfully." Like Hillel, Shammai also emphasizes the active life-"do much"-but he does not refer to any specific activity. The two sages also have in common a reference to their fellow men, expressed in Hillel's active love of "fellow-men" and Shammai's passive acceptance of humanity-"Greet everyone cheerfully." 

mankind being only Jewishness

But the most striking parallel between them is in fact unspoken. And had we not gone through the process of defining the dynamic rule in the first four Pairs, we would remain ignorant of the fact that just as this rule reaches its epitome with Hillel and Shammai, it disappears. The first four Pairs all deal with clearly defined categories. The individuals are addressed by the Pairs as sharply delimited social types or roles, from "laymen" to "Sages". At the tip of the pyramid there are no more categories, only total socialization as expressed by Hillel and total individualization as seen in Shammai's statement. For Hillel, the ideal is the High Priest who sacrifices his self for his role. The individual becomes totally identified with society: "He who makes use of the Crown will soon be gone". Shammai offers us existential man, one who has internalized all. He needs neither role nor social structure. His statement which I have translated in line with the more traditional commentaries as "Make regular your [study of the] Torah," should in fact be read as "realize your theories", build the world from your understanding. We can easily read the otherwise murky have m'qabbel et kl ha'adm, which in any case carries overtones of Ecclesiastes, as "accept the human situation." The author has created a brilliant parallel between the chronological limit imposed by the fall of the Second Temple, which closed the age of the Pairs, and the conceptual limit imposed by the apex of the pyramid.

Let us summarize the distinction between Hillel and Shammai. They are both dealing with "ultimate" man, one who fully realizes his potential. For Hillel this means selfless service. Total identification with the other. The focus of action is external, social.


see Jesus the Christ, the Lamb of God, the Ultimate Service to all mankind


 Shammai appeals to the individual to develop himself from within. They are in fact polar opposites. Only the reader who has successfully prepared the right question can understand the dichotomy they represent. The literary device which points to the similarity between Hillel and Shammai is the reader.
We could continue the literary analysis, pointing out that Hillel's position reflects the inverse pyramid of expanding social circles and Shammai's the pyramid of individualization. We could also note that the two ostensibly opposite senses of hitpastut, expansion and contraction, which we noted earlier in connection with the names of the speakers, are also reflected in the pyramids. However, we have reached the point where individual creativity takes over from strict analysis. The reader has been empowered. He is no longer the student of an ancient tradition but a participant in the process of revelation. With the collapse of the institutions associated with the Temple, a new Man emerges, Rabbinic Man.

of the serpents sorceries

I will conclude with another quote from Leo Strauss's Persecution and the Art of Writing:

In Plato's Banquet, Alcibiades-that outspoken son of outspoken Athens-compares Socrates and his speeches to certain sculptures which are very ugly from the outside, but within have most beautiful images of things divine. The works of the great writers of the past are very beautiful even from without. And yet their visible beauty is sheer ugliness, compared with the beauty of those hidden treasures which disclose themselves only after very long, never easy, but always pleasant work. This always difficult but always pleasant work is, I believe, what philosophers had in mind when they recommended education.

No doubt the author of the Mishnah was one of the "great writers of the past."

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Daniel's Seventy Weeks

Was Peter a Jew?

The Two Witnesses

"The Whore of Babylon"

Mystery Babylon

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Ael-ians II

Wall Street " The Mark" is Here

Wall Street II

Wall Street III

It has happened "War Declared upon and in America"

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"All you ever need to know about their god and Qabalah"

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National Identification Card

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A Sincere Request to  "Rapture" Teachers

"Seventh Trumpet"

Compulsory Constitutional Cremation

Homeland Security, "The Police State"

"The Fourth Beast"

The Babylonian Talmudic Mystical Qabalah

The Scribes of Baal

How will they do it- " The false-christ"

False Christ Part II

The Word

Baal's food Tax

"The Changing of the Guards"

"Summation" The beginning of sorrows has begun

"Moshiach ben Lucifer"

Satan's Tales "Wagging the Global Dog"

"Satan's Plan", Protocols of Zion ( of course they will dispute it's authenticity)

I Witch, New One World Order Seal

Satan's Enforcers of Quaballah

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The Seed of God or the Seed of Satan, Your choice by faith

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I AM, the Revelation of Jesus Christ

King of the Noachides

"Beware the Mark"

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National Organization Against Hasidic International Talmudic Enforcement

Where's Da Plane Boss, wheres da plane?

The Tarot Card Killer of Olam Ha Ba

The "Lessor Jew"

Temporary Coup d' Etat

The Federal Reserve, Fed up with the Fed?

The Protocols Today. Dispute this, Liars !

Protocols Today Part Two

Letter to a friend "It's not the Jews Dummy"

Identity of the Illuminati

The "Son's of the Synagogue of Satan"Chabad Lubavitch

Chabad Satan Part 1A

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Chabad Satan Part 11

The Chabad Satan Wall of Destruction

Chabad Wall Part 2

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The Chabad Phoenix is Rising

Columbia "The Queen of Heaven"

Patriot Akt II, Comrad 

The Infiltration of the leaven "Jerusalem Council"

Satan's One World Religion

OWR Part 2

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OWR Part 4

One World Religion Part 5

One World Religion Part 6

One World Religion Part 7

Re the god of Talmud Bavli

Perpetual Purim

"The Raiser of Taxes"

Jewish Persecution

Obedient Ishmael Kislev 19, 5764

The Final Nazi

Nazi Part 2

Nazi Part 3

Nazi Part 4

The Lord of the Ring, the Return of the Talmudic king

Changing the Time and the Laws

The Leaven of the Chabad Lubavitch Chassidim Pharisees

Exod-U.S the coming Geula 


Who murdered Jesus the Christ

"Replacement Theology" of Judaic Talmudism

Eating Rainbow Stew with a Silver Spoon, underneath a Noahide Sky

the gods

"The Two Whores"

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