Examining Judaism and the Origin of the Six Pointed Star. We are all familiar with the grotesque character of the misnamed “Star of David,” for we read in Revelation 13:15 “And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.
16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”
Given the profound, prophetic significance of the six-pointed star, it is important that we carefully examine the history and meaning of this symbol. We can with profit begin our examination by eye-opening look at what the Bible reveals.
The Star: Symbol of a Rebellious Nation Whoring After False Gods
In Acts chapter 7 we see that Stephen was the first Christian martyr who was confronted by angry Jews intending to kill him to shut his mouth. Stephen boldly and courageously stood up to them and answered their false accusations by preaching a searing sermon. In this remarkable sermon, whose face and countenance was described “as if it had been that of an angel,” related the miracles of God’s rescue of the children of Israel from the clutches of Pharaoh.
Stephen reminded his accusers that, even after God’s righteous mercy to the Israelites, they would not obey Him but instead resisted and turned back again to the gods and idols of Egypt, worshipping the “hosts of heaven” (the astrological deities of Satan’s kingdom) and making a golden calf idol to which they gave sacrifice. What’s more, said Stephen, they fashioned as an idol the star of these false, demonic gods:
Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon,” (Acts 7:43).
Stephen was not finished and went on to declare to his Jewish assailants that it was their “fathers” who had always resisted the Holy Ghost and had persecuted and slain the prophets and the forerunners of Christ. Then, building to an anointed crescendo; Stephen spoke clearly of their guilt in the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, “the Just One; of whom ye have now been the betrayers and murderers.”
This was too much—their indictment as the “betrayers and murderers” of Jesus. So furious were the Jews that, “when they heard these things, they were cut to the heart, and they gnashed on him with their teeth.”
Imagine these evil and angry men so mad they actually mobbed Stephen and attacked him like savage wolves, gnashing him with their teeth. Then, the Scriptures record, they screamed and “ran upon him. . . and stoned him:
And he kneeled down, and cried with a loud voice, Lord, lay not this sin to their charge. And when he had said this, he fell asleep.” (Acts 7:60). The Star and the Prophecies of Amos
Stephen’s sermon was not the first time the people of Israel had been righteously accused of idolatry and worship of the star by a minister of God. Centuries prior, the prophet Amos made similar charges:
“But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves.’
“Therefore will I cause you to go into captivity beyond Damascus, saith the LORD, whose name is The God of hosts.”(Amos 5:26-27)
Amos went further, too, declaring:
The Lord GOD hath sworn by himself, saith the LORD the God of hosts, I abhor the excellency of Jacob, and hate his palaces: therefore will I deliver up the city with all that is therein.
And it shall come to pass, if there remain ten men in one house, that they shall die.
And a man's uncle shall take him up, and he that burneth him, to bring out the bones out of the house, and shall say unto him that is by the sides of the house, Is there yet any with thee? and he shall say, No. Then shall he say, Hold thy tongue: for we may not make mention of the name of the LORD.
For, behold, the LORD commandeth, and he will smite the great house with breaches, and the little house with clefts.
Shall horses run upon the rock? will one plow there with oxen? for ye have turned judgment into gall, and the fruit of righteousness into hemlock:
Ye which rejoice in a thing of nought, which say, Have we not taken to us horns by our own strength?
But, behold, I will raise up against you a nation, O house of Israel, saith the LORD the God of hosts; and they shall afflict you from the entering in of Hemath unto the river of the wilderness.
“And the high places of Isaac shall be desolate, and the sanctuaries of Israel shall be laid waste; and I will rise against the house of Jeroboam with the sword.” (Amos 7:9).
Why should God hate “the House of Israel?” How obstinate are these people!
And there are the false gods that the rebellious people of Israel worshipped in vain and so offended the true God. What can we make of the deities named Moloch, Remphan, and Chiun, to whom the star served as a symbol of a misplaced devotion?
In answering this question, I believe we will come to an astounding discovery. It is also understandable that when a people have rejected God, there is no evil they cannot do: heinous crimes of genocide, sexual slavery, pornography; drug intoxication, lying, fraud and murders.
Moloch, God of Fire and Human Sacrifice
First, we cast our glance on the god Moloch, to whom the ancient Israelites erected a tabernacle. According to various encyclopedias and religious reference guides, Moloch (also Molok, Molech, Malekh, or Moloc) was an ancient Semitic deity. Cultures and ethnic groups throughout the Middle East and North Africa worshipped it, including the Phoenicians, the Ammonites, the Canaanites, and the Hebrew (Israelites).
Just as in the name Shikinah, there is no use of the name Yahweh for God in the Scriptures, neither did The Lord God used it for himself. Again, there is also archaeological evidence that the Hebrews worship of “Yahweh” was actually the worship of Moloch, and, indeed, it is notable that in the accurate and inspired King James Version of the Holy Bible, the name “Yahweh” is never once mentioned as a name or title of the Lord God. In addition, the adherents of Judaism are told God has 72 names known to only the rabbis and sages.
How the Jews Swallowed the Lie of the Serpent
And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil (Gen. 3:4-5).
According to Helena Blavasky, “The Solar Gods are the Fallen Angels. . . They are the Serpents of Wisdom. . . Their nature is knowledge and love.”
What is this knowledge and this love?
The Jewish kabbalist teachers are laboring mightily to correct man’s misunderstanding of God. Simply reading the plain words of the Torah, the first five books of the Old Testament, they say, will easily confuse and mislead a person. The text therein hides the mysteries which only they, the learned elders of Zion, can unravel and explain. Thus, the rabbis study the “secret” meanings concealed in each letter and number. Even the shape of the letters in the Hebrew alphabet are said to contain hidden message.
The rabbis say, for example, the unlearned might falsely assume that there is one God and he is good and holy and that, conversely, there is one Adversary, Satan or the Devil, and he is evil and wicked. This, the Jewish sages confide, is nowhere near the truth. You, as a Jew, or if you are reading this article, are expected to believe in the rabbinical sages as your wise teachers, Your rabbis (masters)—only they are able, through their craft and gnosis to peel back the many layers of occult Mystery and reveal to you the true identities and character of God and Satan.
The rabbis maintain control over ordinary Jews by this stratagem, insisting that simply by reading the clearly stated words of the Holy Bible you will not comprehend the full meaning that they, the rabbis and sages, believe exists, hidden and coded. However, we believers agree with the Apostle Peter who warned us that there is no “private interpretation” to be discovered in the Scriptures. God’s Holy Spirit is the sole guide and instructor for sincere Bible students. He is our teacher, not the rabbis and spiritual gurus (John 16:13-15; 14:36).
What is the Code of Hell?
Nevertheless, because the Kabbalah’s teachings as the soul of Judaism, constitutes an important and authoritative roadmap to understanding the bloody conduct, unholy methods, and satanic goals of the apostate Jews, it is vital that we delve into its most relevant tenets and doctrine. A thorough examination of what the Jews are being taught by their chief rabbis is the most monstrous and diabolical system of lies imaginable. It is presented to them as supreme wisdom. In it’s entirely it is the Code of Hell. In embracing its tenets, the House of Israel is buying into the greatest Lie of all.
According to the kabbalist sages, the Supreme God has an inverse god, the other side or opposite aspect of himself, that mirrors him below, in the nether regions, or worlds we call “hell” Their God therefore is dual—he is made up of both good and evil, light and darkness. The Kabbalah teaches that the Most High (En Spoph) is remote and unknowable while his dual counterpart, the lower deity (Malkut, or Leviathan) is actually god of this world; that is, he is god (an androgynous “god,” both male and female) or planet earth. And there are other deities in the Judaic religion as well, female and male.
For those Christians who erroneously believed that the Jews believe in only one God and are monotheistic, well, welcome to the real world. The rabbis pointed out that in the Old Testament, the two words most often used for “God” are Schema and Elohim, and that both are plural. Thus, the kabbalist adept finds nothing peculiar in his doctrine of “tow gods in one.”
However, this perennial dual-deity “As Above, Sp Below” philosophy of the ancient and modern Mystery Religion that is adopted by the rabbis during their sojourn in ancient Babylon and later, the Middle Ages, when the Kabbalah came into its own. In the era, during the flowering of the Renaissance, the Jews in Europe adopted many alchemical and magical practices and doctrines. The rabbis integrated many of these dark ideas and practices with the pagan Mystery philosophies they had learned long ago during their Babylonian captivity and merged them with Orthodoxy. In recent decades, we have experience yet another resurgence of magic and alchemy as the teachings of the Kabbalah have been embraced and endorsed by thousands of rabbis and million of lay religious people.
The Bases for the Doctrine of the Devine and Holy Serpent
In these occult Mystery Religion philosophies, the concept of a divine Holy Serpent, or Dragon, as the reverse and yet equal of the heavenly deity, is a curious but constant fact. The strange concept forced many rabbis to reconsider the Judaic religion on a macro level. The rabbinical scholars finally resolved the conflict by adopting the Mysteries, thus viewing and adopting the Mystery Religion philosophy that God is a duality. They concluded that, yes, Jehovah is God, but, Lucifer, aka, is the Serpent or Leviathan, is also God in his negative or inverse aspect. The Serpent, God, they add, is the deity who reigns over the lower realms. Kabbalah call this the “negative of the negation.”
According to Helena Blavasky, nineteenth century Jewish Russian mystic and founder of Theosophy, a cult that spread through Europe, the Americas, India and Asia and remains influential to this day, explained it this way” “Lucifer is the Logos in his highest, and the ‘Adversary” in his lowest aspect” [The Secret Doctrine, Vol. II. P.162). In other words, Lucifer, the Serpent, is God.
The Christian doctrine holds that while Satan (the Serpent and Dragon) is temporal “god of this world,” meaning of earth, he is not God of the Universe. Our majestic God is not, therefore, a dual Taoist entity made up of light and dark, good and evil. True Christianity, unlike Judaism, affirms that God and Satan are separate and divided; that is, they are two individual beings: “What communion hath light with darkness?” (2 Cor. 6:14; Isa. 5:20).
Based on this Kabbalah doctrine of the dual god, a two-sided combination of the highest and the lowest (Satan, the Serpent), which violates the clear teachings of the true God, Meister Fox, formerly a priest of the Roman Catholic Church, says that God resides in the depths and in the darkness and we must go there to find him: “We sink into the depths and in this depth we find God, who dwells especially in the depth and in the dark (Original Blessing, p. 162). Christian Doctrine: In God there is No Darkness
In sum, Christian theology clearly maintains that there is no part of Satan in Jesus Christ; there is no darkness at all in Jesus Christ. He is the light of the world, and Satan is a distinct and separate creature. Whereas, at the core of Judaic Kabbalism, we discover that Satan and God, black and white, good and evil are indivisible and that Satan is the mere inverse of Jehovah.
The image of the Roman’ pagan supreme god Janus with two faces provides us a picture of this concept, as does the Oriental Tao and Masonry’s double-headed eagle. Indeed, the Jewish idea is not unique but is found in all Mystery religions and occult systems of philosophy.
How is Babylon the Roots of Judaism?
Leo Schaya, in The Universal Meaning of the Kabbalah, says that the wisdom of the Kabbalah returned to Israel after the captives were set free by Cyrus, Persian conqueror of Babylon, and some rabbis and many of the people returned to Jerusalem to rebuild the destroyed Temple.
This is why the Talmud, the Halakah (Law) books of the Jews, are called The Babylonian Talmud. This is also why centuries later, Jesus, in Jerusalem, bluntly told the Jews that their religion, Phariseeism, or what we call today “Orthodox Judaism” was based on “man-made traditions” and not the God-given teachings of the Old Testament prophets. Jesus further said theirs were the commandments of hell and that new converts to Judaism thus became “twice the devils” that their teachers were!. What a stunning, yet entirely truthful, indictment of the Jews’ religion.
A Race of Vipers
More pertinent to the discussion at hand is the revelation that the Judaic religion, in its kabbalistic aspects, literally advocates and practices veneration, admiration, and worship of the Serpent as Deity. Jesus’ bold and truthful declaration to the Jews was that by their wicked acts and as a result of their religion being man-made and based on “the traditions of the elders,” they had proven to be a “generation (that is, a nation of people and offspring) of vipers.” The Lord’s exact words were:
Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers, how can ye escape the damnation of hell? (Matt. 23:33; 2Cor. 2:11). Christian View of Satan
While Christianity acknowledges Satan as temporally leader of the fallen angels and as a deceiver who often comes to man in disguise as an Angel of Light, in contrast the kabbalists view him as the Serpent, Leviathan, God of Wisdom, Light bringer. He rises up as a fish-like being (much like Poseidon) out of the “Sea of Wisdom”
The serpent aspect of the God Jehovah is useful and necessary in the Judaic philosophy and objectives. The rabbis say that Leviathan brings knowledge to the righteous and, in his warrior mode, vanquishes the enemies of the Jews. He is, they add, God of Light, and his light and radiance are those of the “bright and morning star.” He is, to the Jews, Hillel, divine light.”
The Jews are proud of the fact that Moses, as we read in the Torah, supernaturally turned his rod into a serpent which then immediately consumed the serpents that had been produced by the magicians at Pharaoh’s court. The rabbis contend this is an example of how God gives the Righteous (Jews) serpentine protection through the magical ability to summon serpents from the lower regions to come and do their bidding. Ultimately, say the rabbis, through supernatural magic, Leviathan himself will take up their cause, encircle the earth, destroy their enemies, and finally, server both as Light and of the World and as covering (defender) for the Holy City of Jerusalem.
So we ask, is then, Leviathan, the Holy Serpent of the Jews, the same beast as was prophesied by Daniel the prophet?
“Thus he said, the fourth beast shall be the fourth kingdom upon earth, which shall be diverse from all kingdoms, and shall devour the whole earth, and shall tread it down, and break it in pieces.”
The Apostle John, too, pictured a beast in the last days, rising out of the sea (Rev. 13:1). Is this Leviathan, the fish/serpent who, the Jewish Kabbalah says, will some day rise from the sea? Is this the Oroboros of the Mystery religions, the devouring serpent that encircles and conquers the earth? In the book of Job 3:8 we are given a very startling description of Leviathan, however, nowhere is there any hint or any evidence that this monstrous sea serpent is a deity.
According to Schaya, the “traditions of the elders” –i.e., kabbalistic teachings and expositions—have all these years been carried out by “the rabbis, spiritual masters: who oversaw rituals and practices that resulted invitation into the Mysteries.” And what would these Mysteries be but those Babylonian, Egypt, India, Persia, Greece, and Rome? The certainly are ot of God but, as Jesus revealed, stamped the Jews as of their father the Devil. By secretly worshipping and venerating the Serpent, they themselves had become serpents, in a real but spiritual sense. No wonder the kabbalist rabbi believe that their ancestral and spiritual father is Dan. He it was who was prophesied to be an “adder” (serpent or viper) who would bring judgment to his people Israel:
Dan shall judge his people, as one of the tribes of Israel. Dan shall be a serpent by the way, an adder in the path, that biteth the horse heels, so that his rider shall fall backward (Gen. 49:16-17).
The Great Serpent—Great Secret of Judaism
Thus, the Kabbalah, at its rotten core, contains the ultimate kernel of knowledge to be discovered in the Mystery teachings—the great secret that the Holy Serpent is God. He is destined, the rabbis disclose to the initiates, to incarnate the body and mind of their Christ-Messiah to come. This will be the same one the New Age mystics call the Lord Maitreya, whom the Babylonians knew as Tammuz, and the Greeks as Hermes. Christians who are not wrapped up in the deceit of idolatrous Zionism recognizes this being for whom he really is. The antichrist, or beast, given the number 666 (Rev. 13) who is to wreak havoc and usher in an age of horrors. His power, the Scriptures say, come from the Dragon and Serpent, Satan,
Evidence of Serpent Worship and Veneration
There are many indications of serpent worship and veneration among the Jews. In Jewish cemeteries, one sometimes finds the Serpent symbolized, indicating the dead person was one of the “Righteous.” The Talmud, in Baza Meziah 84b and 85a, teaches that serpents metaphorically encircle the Righteous during their lives. The serpent is claimed to be the protector—the covering o the Jews.
In Kabbalah’s Sefer Yetzirah, a book that coincidentally, many rabbis claim to have been written by Moses through automatic writing, the Dragon is exalted as a monarch: “The Dragon is like a king on his throne.” The Dragon-king , adds the Ser Yetzirah, “rules over the world of matter and of heavenly bodies.”
This is interesting since the New Testament, in the book of Revelation, describes Satan as “that old serpent, the dragon,” and as the one who give power to the sinister, end-time beast that is prophesied to rule over “all kindred’s, and tongues, and nations.”
The Wikipedia article further reveals that the Kabbalah is closely associated with the various Gnostic systems in which the dragon is an important fact of world history and events. The word “Kabbalah,” in the Hebrew language literally means “curled on”—as a coiled serpent. Thus, the Jews have by this name chosen to identify the books that compromise many of their most sacred religious teachings with the coiled serpent, that is to say, with the Devil.
The more kabbalistically advanced reveal that the Hasidic, Orthodox Jewish men wear black and have their hair hanging down from their skull caps in curls in honor of Leviathan, their serpent deity. This astonishing serpentine link is apparently something that the Jewish rabbinical authorities would rather Gentiles, and even the majority of ignorant but trusting unlearned Jews, not know.
Descending Into the Abode of the Serpent Eventually Leads to Heaven
Leo Schaya, authoritative author of The Universal Meaning of Kabbalah (1971), writes that in Kabbalah theology, there are “seven palaces” on the side of impurity, i.e., in hell. Strangely—or may be not so strangely, Schaya comments that the person descending down into the depths of hell finds that as he descends he, ironically, actually ascends. In drawing ever closer to the surface of the circular shaped Abyss that is hell, he reaches this upper boundary where he finds “windows opening into the Empire of holy light,” ostensibly Heaven. This is because, according to Schaya, the Kabbalah says, “In time to come—a moment of universal redemption—God will cause it (hell) to disappear from the world.”
Now let us recap what the Kabbalah says about hell, the abode of Satan, the serpent and dragon, and his helpers and henchmen. First, hell is called the “Seven Palaces.” Second, the deeper you sink in it—the lower you go—the closer you get to the sublime Heaven (Schaya says one’s journey through hell is “circular,” like the Oroboros Serpent—the end of which meets the beginning). Third, even if your sojourn on earth is flawed and imperfect, you will not be there, in hell, for all of eternity. Even the wicked of sinners will be redeemed! At some future time, Hell will disappear.
According to Kabbalah, Hell is the bright hope of the wicked. Traveling through the abyss—also known in Judaism as the “bottomless pit” or the “belly” of the supreme, unknowable God, En Soph—everyone, (Jews, that is; Gentiles apparently excluded) will eventually take the circular route, and end up above in Paradise, or Heaven.
You may have accurately surmised by now that the Jews, in the Kabbalah, teach transmigration of the soul, reincarnation. The Kabbalah call this “Gilgul,” when a person’s “grave faults and omissions” (sins) committed during his earthly existence must be repaired. One is not surprised, therefore, to find many commonalities between the various Oriental religions, including Buddhism, Hinduism, and Judaism. Schaya, in the Universal Meaning of the Kabbalah, notes these commonly held beliefs, explaining that he has rediscovered these Eastern teachings, the so called perennial philosophy, in the Kabbalah.
Just as in the Eastern religions the adherent and believer in kabbalistic Judaism is told he must avail himself of a guru, a mahatma, or imam to guide his path to enlightenment. The student of Kabbalah and Judaism is instructed he must have a wise Jewish rabbi sage to be tutor and high priest. The books of Kabbalah are touted as containing esoteric, hidden wisdom. Schaya calls it the reception of pure wisdom, intended for the spiritual elect of Israel,” and as “the Mysteries hidden since the beginning of time.”
Is Judaism the Mystery Religion?
Ancient Mystery religions particularly worshipped the Serpent as divine, and Judaism borrowed from these ancient teachings during their Babylonian captivity and sojourned in Babylon and after Jeremiah’s time. The Babylonians, Egyptians and the North African Ophites were deep into this strange and bizarre cultism. Throughout Mexico, Central and South America, the indigenous peoples worship the Serpent by such names as Quetzalcoatl and Kukulcan. In many of these ancient religions and cultures, the high priests visualize the Serpent-God to be in the form of circle, with the end of the serpent’s tail inside the mouth of the beast. This was the Oroboros, a worm, snake, or dragon.
The symbol of the Oroboros, the devouring serpent, is embraced by the kabbalist masters as a picture of the Jewish Nation or people. The Holy Serpent plays a major—if not the major role in Judaism, the Pharisaic religion of the modern day Jews. Among the most devoted of Jewish kabbalists (or cabalists), the Serpent is held to be a co-equal with God. Indeed, he is the flip side of Jehovah.
Jehovah is said to be a cruel and oppressive deity whose strict rules and laws must be obeyed if he is to be appeased. In contrast, Jehovah’s “other half” the Serpent, whom they call Lucifer, is a god of freedom of enlightenment and liberty. Whereas Jehovah is merciless and foreboding, the Serpent god is claimed to be freespirited; he encourages pleasure and his motto is, “Do as thou wilt.”
Judaism Embraces Sabbatianism
This concept of mixing good with evil came into full flower in 17th century with the emergence of a movement called Sabatianism. The Sabbatians, a Judaic cult that sprang up in 1666 with the growing and widespread popularity of a Gnostic rabbi, Sabbata Zvi (or Zvei), taught that man could not be truly religious and holy unless he had tasted of both darkness and light (“As Above, So Below”). The more sins and evil experience by the disciple, the more glorious and profound his enlightenment. In other words, the spiritual man can only evolve by descending to the depths of hell, to find there a hidden light, and occult light shinning with greater intensity than the noonday sun. He proceeds on his initiatory downward path until divinity is achieved.
The Masonic Lodges Worship the Holy Serpent
In the classic book, A Bridge to Light, written by Rex Hutchens, 33 degree, and published in 1982 by the Supreme Mother council of the Scottish Rite, Washington D.C, the Mason is given a brief synopsis of the arcane knowledge to be attained by candidate for each of the Lodge’s first 32 degrees. For the 32nd degree, the candidate receives knowledge of the Holy Trinity of Masonry. This trinity is explained as the three aspects of the deity and it states that he is worshipped by various names. The trinities of Hinduism and Zoroastrianism are given as examples. But, the candidate is told, it is the Holy Serpent that is represented by these various titles. The Holy Serpent is the God of Forces honored and adored by the Masons. It is the same god that shall be honor by the antichrist (Dan. 11:38-39).
Masonry is Jewish, as evidenced both in its ritual ceremonies and its expansive body of literature (see Albert Pike’s Morals and Dogma) as well as the six pointed star (Star of David) emblem found everywhere adorning in Lodge and Temple architecture. Therefore, we should not find it unusual the fact that the kabbalistic Serpent is the god of the Satan-possessed, high degree Freemason.
The evil, last days ruler, a god-man or king whose power comes from Satan [the Dragon is, in the Kabbalah and other Mystery teachings, said to be a “Dragon of Wisdom.” He is called Leviathan by the Jews, but goes by many names, including that of Apollyon or Abaddon. Helena Blavasky, the Jewish mystic who found the esoteric Theosophy cult, spoke of him in her classic occult book, The Secret Doctrine (pp. 472-473). http://books.google.com/books?id=rjrsY2Ivo3wC&pg=RA2-PA403&lpg=RA2-PA403&dq=The+Secret+Doctrine+(pp.+472-473&source=bl&ots=FGMveXBBJP&sig=x9xyHn8T2UkZcQN7-Hc_kzWPs_Y&hl=en&sa=X&ei=aZnuTuPSPIPe0QHK6ciBBA&sqi=2&ved=0CEEQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q&f=false
The rabbis who today are the most popular among the devout are those who combine the Kabbalah and Talmud with the Kabbalah increasingly being considered by Judaism’s followers the superior wisdom and the Talmud the lower receptacle, or body of laws. Obedience to the Talmud (the lower Mysteries) renders a Jew eligible for reward in the here ad now and in the world to come (the Jewish Utopia on earth). But in the religion and philosophies of Judaism the Kabbalah is the supreme instrument of initiation into the Higher Mysteries, which, the rabbis promise, bring the complete initiate bliss, pleasure, material wealth, and ultimately, divine god status. The lure of Kabbalah, to the Jew who hungers for Gnosis, who is obsessed with the desire to taste the Mysteries is irresistible.
The irresistibility of Kabbalah drives the candidate for initiation inexorably onward through the fog of mysticism that envelops this strange system of sorcery and witchcraft until, finally, his mind clouded and bereft of discernment, the student has mastered the art and chaos of doube mindedness. When he is ready he shall confess that, “Yes Adonai (Jehovah) is God, but Leviathan (the Serpent) is also God. “This is the ages-old tenet of alchemy: As Above, so Below. It is what Georg Orwell’s classic, 1984, called “blackwhite.”