Religion Judaism

'Talmudism is Communism.' ~ Antichrist Conspiracy by Edward Hendrie



JUDAISM The Pharisees by Edith Starr Miller

During the time of Christ, the Talmud existed only in oral form, which Jesus referred to as the traditions of the scribes and Pharisees. This early oral tradition is called the Mishnah. It was only after Christ’s crucifixion that the Mishnah was reduced to writing. The rabbis later added rabbinical commentaries to the Mishnah, which are called the Gemara.341 Together these comprise the Talmud, which is now a collection of books. There are today two basic Talmudic texts, the Babylonian Talmud and the Jerusalem Talmud. The Babylonian Talmud is regarded as the authoritative version and takes precedence over the Jerusalem Talmud.342 The Babylonian Talmud is based on the mystical religious practices of the Babylonians which were assimilated by the Jewish Rabbis during their Babylonian captivity around 600 B.C. The Rabbis then used these occult traditions in place of the word of God. [2011] Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great by Edward Hendrie

Colonel Jack Mohr states: “One of the greatest difficulties of the Talmudic Pharisees has been that of bringing communism into power while trying to conceal its Talmudic origin.” [2011] Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great by Edward Hendrie

Research on the Talmud

The Abominable Talmud  This book was written by Jack Mohr.  Mr. Mohr is a follower of the Christian Identity Movement (CIM). The CIM doctrine is that the Anglo Saxons are the true Israel of God.  CIM is racist and unsupported by scripture.  Some scholars have opined that the CIM is rooted in the Cabala.  However, Mr. Mohr reveals many truths about the Talmud, and for that reason his book is worth reading.

The Talmud, which is the repository of many of the Jewish traditions, expresses hatred toward Christians. For Example:
Abodah Zarah 17a: Jews should stay away from Christians. Christians are allied with Hell, and Christianity is worse than incest.
Abodah Zarah 17a: Visiting the house of a Christian is the same as visiting the house of a prostitute.
Abodah Zarah 27b: It is forbidden to be healed by a Christian.
Sanhedrin 90a, 100b: Those who read the gospels are doomed to Hell.
Shabbath 116a: The New Testament is blank paper and are to be burned. [2012 Book] 9/11–Enemies Foreign and Domestic by Edward Hendrie

The Kabbalah at Zohar III, 152a states: “Thus the tales related to the Torah are simply her outer garments, and woe to the person who regards that outer garb as the Torah itself! For such a person will be deprived of a portion in the world to come.”82 That passage in the Kabbalah puts a curse on anyone who tries to read the bible for what it actually says, instead of with the mystical gloss put on it by the Kabbalah.   The Kabbalah is Judaic mystical practices that were adopted by the Jews from Babylon. H.P. Blavatsky described the Kabbalah as: “The hidden wisdom of the Hebrew Rabbis of the middle ages derived from the older secret doctrines concerning divine things and cosmogony, which were combined into a theology after the time of the captivity of the Jews in Babylon. All the works that fall under the esoteric category are termed Kabalistic.”83....In that section of the Talmud there is a distinction made between the Torah and the Talmud (words of the Scribes). Often, that distinction is not made. Jews often refer to both the Talmud and the Torah as “Torah.”.....Judaism is based primarily upon the Kabbalah, Talmud, and other rabbinical writings. Where there is a conflict between their traditions (Talmud and Kabbalah) and the Old Testament (Torah), their traditions take precedence.
.......Jews divide the Old Testament into three categories. The first 5 books are the called the Torah (Instruction), the books of the prophets are called the Nevi'im, and remainder of the Old Testament is called the Ketuvim (writings). Often, however, Jews use the term Torah to refer to the entire Old Testament, which they also call the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible. They also use Torah to refer to the entire body of Jewish law and teachings including the Talmud, Kabbalah, other rabbinic writings, and the Old Testament. Jews sometimes designate the Old Testament the “Written Torah” to distinguish it from the other writings, which were originally part of the oral tradition. All Jews reject the New Testament as part of their cannon of scripture.[2011] Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great by Edward Hendrie