Isaiah and New Moon Days

Isaiah, the saintly prophet of Christ (760-698 B.C.), started right off in chapter 1 with his fulminations against Judah and Jerusalem:

Ah sinful nation, a people laden with iniquity children that are corrupters Except the Lord of hosts had left unto us a very small remnant, we should have been as Sodom like unto Gomorrah Bring no more vain oblations the New Moons and sabbaths it is iniquity

Your New Moons and your appointed feasts my soul hateth I am weary to bear them. (Isaiah 1:4, 1:9, 1:1314)

They were given then, as their followers are now, a choice, and "if ye refuse and rebel [against the teachings of God] ye shall be devoured with the sword." (Verse 20)

In the Cabala the Talmudists represent themselves as the Divine Presence, or Shekinah, and when the Female Shekinah is copulating with her male, then "Israel" will be ruling the world.

Says the Jewish Encyclopedia (under "Moon"):

The reason why the Jews count the days of the year by the Moon is that, like the Moon, which reigns both in the daytime and night, the Jews have both this world and the future one The Moon on account of its monthly reappearance is considered as the emblem of Israel Therefore the reappearance of the Moon is sanctified by the recitation of benedictions.

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