This appeared in the California Jewish Voice (October 24, 1952) over an article by Rabbi Samuel Rubin. A long-winded hairsplitting article uses the old number and letter juggling to make an appearance of "scholarship." Leap years of 13 months fall on Wednesday in Nissan, the Rabbis add 19 and 28 making 47. Now rest your brain — you will need it. The Jewish Voice article continues:
Our Rabbis told us that this total of 47 (19 plus 28) comes from the following passage: And God saw that the light was good Ki Tov. For these Hebrew words in turn, amount to 47. Moreover, the Sun has three names, Shemesh, Chamah, Charas. If we take the last letter of these three names and sum them, we get 365 the number of the days within the Sun year! We say the following prayer: The luminaries are good which our God has created; he: [Note: small h ] formed them with knowledge, understanding, and discernment [Note: some soulful attributes for hunks of matter!]; he gave them power and might to rule in the midst of the world
Actually, these paganists dumbly follow the laws of gravity, with one mass of matter pulling on the other in mathematical preciseness, they without any more "knowledge" or "understanding" than the dirt in your garden.
I well remember an exultant Jewish press report of a Sun blessing service conducted from a U.S. Government airplane when the great day came!
Vociferous chanting and carrying on is typical of the Chasidists, whose Baal Shems are supposed to be experts at summoning up spirits by voodoo combinations of the Tetragrammaton (or name of Jehova in skeleton, Y-H-W-H in 12, [page 45] 42, 72 letter combinations known to the "elect"). This was described by the Brooklyn Jewish Examiner of May 1, 1953.
All of the tributes to the Moon, monthly, and to the Sun, are specifically forbidden by the Bible. Veneration of the Sun, Moon and Stars is the oldest idolatry.
That the ancients were condemned for the same things wrapped up in Judaism today, and practiced now, is seen in the Bible; Duet. 4:19; II Kings 17:16; 21:3, 5; II Chron. 33:3, 5; Punishments: Deut. 17:2-5; II Chron. 28:23; Job 31:26-8; Jer. 7:17-20; 8:2; Ezek. 8:15-6; Zeph. 1:4-5, Acts 7:42. For Warnings Against and Punishments: Deut. 17:2-5; II Chron. 28:23; Isa. 2:6-12; Jer. 8:12, 19; 19:13 (On star-worship and drink offerings, see "Habdalah"); Eze. 8:14-16; Micah 5:12 (on soothsayers, or astrologists, and witchcraft) — Plus the Bible from beginning to end — Zephaniah on the host of heaven, and so on. Jewish Encyclopedias will tell you that Astrology or star-worship, was so well entrenched in Talmudism that only Maimonides, of their "sages" ever opposed it.
"Other gods" is veritably the middle name of this Jewish religion based upon a non-anthropomorphic "god" and a pantheistic world of spirits. These are invoked virtually from the time of awakening to sleep at night.
Guests are people we invite, but uninvited, [we do not have to allow them to stay]. The same of the dark spirits in Talmudism.
from The Jewish Religion: Its Influence Today by Elizabeth Dilling
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