Tuesday, November 20, 2007

New Testament and Catholic Schools Processed by Talmudic Dialectics

"As above, so below," so says the Hermetic tenet. What happens in Rome is happening in the local parishes. Benedict and his favorite rabbi, Jacob Neusner have demonstrated how it should be done. Background on that HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. And evidence of it's filtration down to the parishes is supplied below.

Anyone who has read the talmudic texts will recognize the dialectical pilpul at play here--the lawyerly process of synthesizing anti-biblical interpretations of biblical texts. What makes it even more diabolical here is that one of the rabbis engaged in the process is wearing a priest suit and the subject is the New Testament.

Also relevant is the method by which Benedict and Kasper's favorite Hasidic sophist, Martin Buber synthesized change and "new truths" through dialogue, a process which he called "dialogical thinking" HERE.

Workshop bridges Catholic, Jewish beliefs
By Cortney Fielding

... Searching for answers to students' probing questions, Bonar and 35 other teachers from Catholic schools across Los Angeles County participated last week in the Anti-Defamation League's fifth-annual regional "Bearing Witness" program at the American Jewish University in West Los Angeles.

Through an intensive three-day workshop of lectures and discussions led by Jewish and Catholic leaders, scholars and Holocaust survivors, the program provides Catholic school teachers with the training and resources necessary to teach their students about anti-Semitism, the Holocaust and Catholic-Jewish relations, said Matt Freedman, an associate director at the Anti-Defamation League ...

Evette Escamilla, a sixth- and seventh-grade history teacher at St. Marianne's Catholic school in Pico Rivera, said her school valued the opportunity to be part of a dialogue that could be introduced into the classroom.

"Our principal really urged us to come and participate in this week of discussion and reflection," she said. "It's wonderful that we actually get to experience this."

Escamilla said she was most intrigued by a dialogue session between a rabbi and priest, who offered up similar interpretations of events chronicled in the Christian New Testament.
After the dialectical sorcery is done and the Catholic school teachers have been processed to believe that these Talmudic Khazar swindlers are somehow related to Jesus Christ, they're compelled to transmit this mental virus to the children back at their schools:
"The person we follow as Catholics is Jewish. We can't ignore his Jewishness," said Bonar. "We can't ignore this context when we teach our own religion. Ignoring it plants these seeds of hate."

full article:

http://www.whittierdailynews.com/news/ci_7444857

More on the joint USCCB and ADL plan for the subversion of Catholic schools, "Bearing Witness" HERE.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Maurice,
You have been conducting a great public service and your commentary is truly indispensable... I look for them daily. One favor, would kindly elaborate on the occult teaching "as above, so below" that you mentioned in this post. There seems to be a deceptive meaning intended for the masses and a true which I can't quite decipher. Thank you.
-Loyal Reader

Maurice Pinay said...

"As above, so below" is an occult doctrine recorded in the emerald tablet which is mythically associated with "Hermes Trismegistus" but which is based in Hermopolis, Eqypt where the moon-god "Thoth" was worshiped.

"As above, so below" is an imminent, pantheist concept of god and the universe.

To describe the pantheist concept of god clearly it is necessary to juxtapose it against the true concept of God as laid out by St. Thomas. St. Thomas understood that God is infinite, perfect, self-existing spiritual being who preceded all, who is contingent upon nothing and who completely transcends His creation, including man.

This is completely at odds with pantheism which maintains that all is one; god is imminent in everything in the universe, and everything in the universe is in god.

Careful consideration of these concepts reveals a radically opposed nature of their respective accounts of God and man and their relationship to each other. The pantheist system divinizes the universe--including man. It makes it's god to be in need of nature. The pantheist god needs man in order to realize itself, and through occult ritual and study of the occult gnosis man may realize his divine nature and become self-actualized god-man.

Simply put, it's like this: as man perfects himself by realizing his divine status, god is perfected by man's realization of him--"as above so below" in a circular pantheist fashion.

One can see how this cosmically overinflated (but childishly illogical) concept of man's relationship with god is flattering to the ego, hence it's appeal. Generally, this concept is at the core of the Eastern religions, rabbinic Judaism, Freemasonry, the New Age, self help books and programs, modernist philosophy, etc.

The negative consequences of this ideology put into practice are countless and seen all around us as it is the zeitgeist of our age. I believe that even most who call themselves Christians today are infected by this thinking to some degree.

The "star of David" with it's upwards and downwards pointing triangles; the Baphomet pointing up with one hand and down with the other and the Masonic square and compass are symbols that transmit this gnosis.

This concept should be familiar to anyone who has read Genesis chapter 3.

Maurice Pinay said...

"As above, so below" also symbolizes a microcosm macrocosm relationship. A common example is a likening of an atom to the universe (god).