Evolution of Languages, Cultures, and Nations

Posted by on May 19, 2024 in The Origin

The following study is from the series “The Origin” and is related to what we have written in the articles: The Origin and Evolution of Species in Tanach, which explained the evolution of life according to the Hebrew Scripture (Tanach) and The Table of the 70 Nations Revised, in which we revised the universally accepted genealogy of the 70 nations from the common father of mankind, Noach. We suggested in the earlier sources that evolution is a natural phenomenon...

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The Origin and Evolution of Species in Tanach

Posted by on May 14, 2024 in The Origin

On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life (short title: On the Origin of Species) was Charles Darwin’s scientific work (1809-1882) with which he intended to prove that species had not been separately created after their kinds, and that natural selection had been the main driver of evolution of the species. “On the Origin of Species” is also known as “evolution of the species” which is a theory that...

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References to Reincarnation of Soul in Tanach

Posted by on May 5, 2024 in The Origin

Tanach (the Hebrew Scripture) rarely speaks of “heaven” (only in Gen 1:1) and “hell” (only on a few occasions, i.e., Isa 22:14), and whenever it refers to them, it always mentions them “passing by” and never as a reward or as a threat of eternal condemnation. Why? The concept of reincarnation of the soul is only alluded more or less in the Tanach but never explicitly stated in the Torah. Why? Because heaven, hell, and reincarnation are...

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Hebrew Words: Seed, Son, Remember, and Covenant

Posted by on Apr 27, 2024 in Hebrew Study

In this Hebrew study we will learn four Hebrew words for “seed”, “son”, “to remember”, and “covenant” and how they relate to each other. In the following, we would like to posit another way to look at these Hebrew words, specifically in reference to the Covenant the Eternal made with the patriarch Avraham. We will begin with the Hebrew word for “seed”: Zera. Zera: Seed The Hebrew word זֶרַע zera, literally means seed and is...

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Does the Eternal Creator Change His Mind, For He Changes Not?

Posted by on Apr 19, 2024 in The Exodus

Does the Eternal Creator change His mind, or does He relent or repent for what He has done, and before whom would He repent? The question is not whether He can, for He is not subjected to any limitation, but rather: Does His essence that transcends time and space change what He has already spoken? No assurance is immune to annulment because of subsequent sin, unless it is accompanied by an oath. Rabbi Mosheh Nachman (the Ramban) Mitigation, appeasement, and pardon of sins...

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The Two-State Solution: The State of Israel vs the State of Diaspora.

Posted by on Apr 12, 2024 in The Exiles

It was well known that the Babylonian exile would last until seventy years were completed (Jer 25:12; 2Ch 36:21). But for how long was the Roman exile intended to last? The Roman exiled ended on 14 May 1948 at the moment the first prime minister of Israel, Ben Gurion, announced that Medinat Israel (the State of Israel) had been established. A nation was born in one day—the State of Israel—in fulfillment of the prophecy in Isaiah! The next day, however, the Arab nations...

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Malki-Tsedek Who Forfeited the Priesthood—Part 2

Posted by on Apr 8, 2024 in The Patriarchs' Saga

Who is the author of the Letter to the Hebrews? According to the Roman Catholic tradition, Apostle Shaul (Paul) is the assumed author of the Hebrews. The ambiguity concerning the authorship of Hebrews comes from the fact that the author of Hebrews has not claimed any authorship. Hence, the Letter to the Hebrews is an anonymous work with its author unknown. In contrast, Shaul claims the authorship of his other letters, as this is evident from their epilogues, the style of...

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Bible Code: Yeshua Cut Off and Covenanted—Part 3

Posted by on Mar 31, 2024 in The Bible Codes, The Messiah

In the Jewish expectations, Melech haMashiach (“the Anointed King”, this is the Messiah) will arise and restore the Davidic dynasty to its former glory. He will build the Temple and gather the exile of Israel that still live in foreign lands. Then, all the laws of the Torah will be reinstated in the Land as they were before, the sacrifices will be offered again in the Temple (see Ezekiel 40-49) the Anointed King will build, and the Sabbatical and the Jubilee...

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Bible Code: Yeshua Cut Off and Covenanted—Part 2

Posted by on Mar 24, 2024 in The Bible Codes, The Messiah

A controversial translation in Psalm 22, the psalm of David, reads “they pierced” as opposed to what the Hebrew text says: “like a lion”. Which of these two translations is correct, for they seem to contradict each other: “like a lion” (JPS), alluding to the anguish of the psalmist, or “they pierced” (KJV), alluding to a crucifixion scene which forces a strong messianic interpretation upon the psalm? Although most of the early Jewish commentators...

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Bible Code: “Yeshua Cut Off and Covenanted”

Posted by on Mar 17, 2024 in The Bible Codes, The Messiah

What is the Bible code? Bible codes are hidden messages uncovered by using Equidistant Letter Sequences (ELS) within the text. In Hebrew, the Bible code is hachurak ot shalav or the latticework of the equidistant-letter sequence. Simply put, the Bible code is a word or few words, embedded by the Supernal Author into the Hebrew text of the Tanak, which when read in an equidistant-letter sequence gives a hidden message. It is the object of this work to seek the interpretation...

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Tests and Trials You Are Not Guaranteed to Pass

Posted by on Mar 10, 2024 in Bible Study

It seems that what we call natural disasters, such as wildfires, floods, etc., are not “acts of God” in tests and trials but are simply unavoidable consequences of the physical world which are vital for the regeneration of the nature. These events are seen as the way the physical world continues its existence as a whole by cleansing and repairing itself. Yet, it is said, “The Eternal has done whatever pleased Him” (Psa 135:6). Everything He does, He...

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Keruvim in the Most Inaccessible Place on the Earth

Posted by on Mar 8, 2024 in Bible Study

If the Second Commandment of the Covenant has explicitly forbidden the making of anything that is like a creature on earth or in heaven, why is the making of the keruvim that are on the lid of the Ark of the Covenant exempt from this? This question becomes even stronger when we bear in mind that King Shlomoh made huge keruvim in the Temple he built for the Eternal. These issues call aloud for an explanation, for it is incomprehensible that the Eternal has forbidden the...

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