THE TALMUDIC EFFECT
Part 8 of 11
By Colonel Gordon "Jack" Mohr AUS Ret.
If you want to know where "Seedline" teaching is derived, see this same exhibit which is nauseating. Again, let me apologize to my lady readers. But you must see these milder examples of The Talmud in order to understand what it is all about.
According to the teachings of The Talmud, a non-Jew who studies this book or even reads it, deserves death. According to Talmudic rabbis: Moses commanded the law for our (Jew) inheritance; it is ours, not theirs.
Of course the fact that there were no people called Jews at the time the Law was given, or for 750 years thereafter, means very little to them, or to the brainwashed Christians who have accepted their Jewish fables. Rabbi Johanna objected strenuously to any Gentile (non-Jew, and at that time this referred to the ten tribes of Northern Israel who were held in contempt) having knowledge of Jewish jurisprudence since this could be used against the Jews when they were taken into a Gentile court.
All Talmudic laws discriminate against the non-Jew, ranking them as human animals. This thinking, of course, can become dangerous to the Jew. The Jewish Encyclopedia mentions SANHEDRIN 59a which threatens death to any Jew who reveals the Talmudic Law to a goy. This order follows a discussion on cheating and getting the best of a Gentile in business dealings. (See following exhibit.)The Jewish law against overcharging one-sixth or more above the current price of marketable merchandise - a violation of which affected the validity of the sale - applied only to a Jew or domiciled alien, not to a Gentile. "If thou sell ought unto thy neighbor, or buyest ought of thy neighbor's hand, ye shall not oppress [overcharge] one another" (Hebr. = "his brother"; Lev. xxv. 14), was contrary to the Gentile legal maxim, "A bargain is a bargain." For this the Gentile was paid in his own coin, so to speak. Samuel declared legal a transaction in which an error has been made by miscalculation on the part of a Gentile. Following out his theory, Samuel was unscrupulous enough to purchase from a Gentile a gold bar for four zuz, which was the price of an iron bar; he even beat down the price one zuz Such transactions while regarded as perfectly proper and legitimate among the Gentiles, were not tolerated among the Jews themselves.One can better understand why Jesus called the Pharisees "fools and blind" in Matthew 23:17 and 19, when you read some of the remarks in The Talmud which is recorded as the "wisdom of the Jewish sages."
Inasmuch as the Jews had their own distinct jurisdiction, it would have been unwise to reveal their laws to the Gentiles, for such knowledge might have operated against the Jews in their opponents' courts. Hence the Talmud prohibited the teaching to a Gentile of the Torah, "the inheritance of the congregation of Jacob" (Deut. xxxii4 4) H. Johanan says of one so teaching; "Such a person deserves death" (an idiom used to express indignation). "It is like placing an obstacle before the blind" (Sand. 59a; hag. 1 3a). And yet if a Gentile study the Law for the purpose of observing the moral laws of Noah, H. Meir says he is as good as a high priest, and quotes: "Ye shall therefore keep my statutes, and my judgments, which if a man do, he shall live in them." (Lev. xviii. 5) The text does not specify an Israelite or a Levite or a priest, but simply "a man" - even a Gentile (Ab. Zarah 26a).
Resh Lakish (d. 278) said, "A Gentile observing the Sabbath deserves death." (Sanh. 58b). This refers to a Gentile who accepted the seven laws of the Noachidae, in as much as "the Sabbath is a sign between God and Israel alone" and it was probably directed against the Christian Jews, who disregarded the Mosaic laws and yet at that time kept up the observance of the Jewish Sabbath. Rabbina, who lived about 150 years after the Christians had changed the day of rest to Sunday, could not quite understand the principle underlying Resh Lakish's law, and, commenting upon it, added: ". . . not even on Mondays [is the Gentile allowed to rest]." : intimating that the mandate given to the Noachidae that "day and night shall not cease" should be taken in a literal sense (Gen. viii. 22) - probably to discourage general idleness (ib. Rashi), or for the more plausible reason advanced by Maimonides, who says; "The principle is, one is not permitted to make innovation in religion or to created new commandments. He has the privilege to become a true proselyte by accepting the whole Law" ("Yad," Melakim, x. 9). R. Emden, in a remarkable apology for Christianity contained in his appendix to "Seder 'Olam" (pp. 32b-34b, Hamburg, 1752), gives it as his opinion that the original intention of Jesus, and especially of Paul, was to convert only the Gentiles to the seven moral laws of Noah and to let the Jews follow the Mosaic law - which explains the apparent contradictions in the New Testament regarding the laws of Moses and the Sabbath.
In the case of Adam, for instance, the Bible tells us in Genesis 2:23 that when Adam saw his helpmate Eve who had been taken from his own body, he said: This is now bone ofmy bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man. Remember that Adam had been given the task, by God Himself, of naming all the living things in the Garden of Eden. (Genesis 2:19 - 20)
But the Talmud changes this beautiful account to say That: ". . . This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh? This teaches that Adam had intercourse with every beast and animal but found no satisfaction until he cohabited with Eve." (See following exhibit.)
Page 160 - Adam had Sex with All the Animals
In Psalm 6:6, David asks God's forgiveness for his sin of adultery with Bathsheba. He cries: "I am weary with my groaning: all the night make I my bed to swim; I water my couch with my tears." This touching description of his sorrow is twisted around by the filthy minded rabbis to mean: Even during his illness, he fulfilled the conjugal rights of his eighteen wives, as it is written, "all night I make my bed to swim."
Somehow or other, these evil minded men have an unnatural obsession with sex.
Baby girls of three have savage punishments inflicted on their little bodies if they must share intercourse when they are in "niddah" (menstruation) according to the rabbis. But anyone acquainted with feminine physiology knows this is a physical impossibility in a three year old girl. (See following exhibits.)
Page 161 - Rules for Sex with Children
Page 162 - Sodomy with Children
Page 163 - More 3 Year Old Sex Practices
An idea of the asinine language found in the Yebamoth volume can be seen by the following. A little girl is determined to be an adolescent (one who has not borne a child) if she has only two pubic hairs on her private parts. This is too stupid to credit to anything but a sewer mentality. Yet dealing in unnatural filth is at the core of Talmudic teaching. No wonder the Apostle Paul said that they changed the truth of God into a lie. (Romans 1:25 - 28)
When Jesus called the Pharisees "blind and fools," He knew whereof He spoke since in The Talmud they argue over whether "dipping one or two fingers in salt makes one wise; whether passing under the bit of a camel, or the camel itself, interferes with one's mentality; and how many rows of students must stand up when the head of the Talmudic school, called the "nasi" enters the room." (See following exhibit.)
Page 164 - The Talmudic effects of Jedeo-Christainity!
Page 165 - The Talmudic effects of Jedeo-Christainity!
Page 166 - The Talmudic effects of Jedeo-Christainity!
Continue on to Part 9 of 11:- The Talmudic Effect on Judeo-Christianity!
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