Part 6 of 11

By Colonel Gordon "Jack" Mohr AUS Ret.


We have discussed The Talmud from the Jewish perspective of Dr. Neusner. We have spoken briefly concerning Jews and Judaism. Now it is time for us to look at The Babylonian Talmud itself. We can study it in depth from the photostatic copies of its pages and keep in mind that what you see here is only a tiny portion of an enormous work whose 63 volumes fill a twelve-foot book-shelf.

The following pages are taken from Elizabeth Dilling's book, The Plot Against Christianity. as are the photostatic copies from The Talmud and The Jewish Encyclopedia.

The Babylonian Talmud is composed of "Mishnah" (or "Halacha'), or laws formulated by the Pharisees whose teachings comprise the Talmud, and "Gemara," or argumentative teachings about these laws. There are 63 books in the Babylonian Talmud, largely divided without topical organization.

All Talmud books have "Mishnah" (plural "Mishnaim'). Some lack a "Gemara."

The Talmud is divided into six main divisions called "Sedarim" (orders), but each volume is a hodgepodge of every subject imaginable. The main and overall characteristics of the Talmud are: pomp, silliness, obscenity and more obscenity, a setting up of laws seemingly for the purpose of inventing circumventions, and evasions; delight in sadistic cruefty; reversal of all Biblical moral teachings on theft, murder, sodomy, perjury, treatment of children and parents; insane hatred of Christ, Christians and every phase of Christianity.

The six Divisions of the Babylonian Talmud, called "Seder" (plural Sedarim), are:

1. ZERAIM (seeds), composed of the following books:

a. Berakoth. The name of this book supposedly means benedictions, but is as foul a collection of obscenity as one could find, with 405 pages of what is nothing but 'privy talk"
The following 10 books occupy one 406-page volume in the Soncino edition:
b. Pe'ah (corner)

c. Demai (doubtful)

d. Kil'ayim (mixtures)

e. Shebi'ith (seventh)

f Termuah (heave offerings)

g. Ma'aseroth (tithes)

h. Ma 'aser Sheni (second tithe)

j. Hallah (dough)

i. 'Orlah

k. Bikkurim (first fruits)

There are 11 books in Zeraim.

2. SEDER MOED (festivals):

a. Sabbath (laws of; endless silly regulations and their evasions)

b. Erubin (mingling)

c Pesahim (Passover)

d. Shekalin (shekels)

e. Yoma (Yom Kippur)

f. Sukkah (booths)

g Yom Tob (feast day)

h. Rosh Hashona (New Year)

i. Ta'anit (fasting)

j. Megillah (Scroll of Esther, read on Purim)

k MoedKatan (half feasts)

l. Hagigah (feasting)

The Megillah is a sadistic celebration of drunkenness and bloodlust, the Talmudic admonition being that it is the duty of the Jew to be so drunk on Purim he doesn't know the difference between "Blessed be Mordechai" and "Cursed be Haman."

There are 12 books in Moed.

3. SEDER NA SHIM (women). This section includes a 13 page introduction to the Soncino edition by Rabbi J H. Hertz. These books are principally distinguished by their sub-sewer filth and obscenity:

a. Yebamoth (the dead brother's widow) occupies 2 volumes, 871 pages in the Soncino edition.

b. Kethuboth (on the sum due a wife who is divorced) occupies 2 volumes and 728 pages of Talmudic sex filth (e.g. a baby girl being fair prey for adult men).

c. Nedarim (vows); 282 pages of filth and immorality, illustrative of what Christ denounced when attacking the Pharisees.

d. Nazir (more vows); 253 pages in the Soncino edition, hairsplitting, immoral twaddle, and including the Kol Nidre.

e. Sotah (the suspected woman), 271 pages in the Soncino edition.

f. kiddushin (betrothal)

g. Gittin (on getting the "Get" or divorce) with space allotted for such things as placing Christ and all Christians in Hell, 439 pages in the Soncino edition.

There are 7 books in the Nashim.

SEDER NEZIKIN (damages):

a. Baba kamma (the first gate): 719 pages of Talmudic ramblings, a general law of damages being that hurting Gentile property is permissible; injuring Jewish property is like assaulting the Divine, for only "Jews are men" and non-Jews rank as animals. This is "brotherhood" as advocated in the Talmud.

b. Baba Mezia (Middle gate): 676 pages in Soncino edition and of similar import.

c. Baba Bathra (last gate): 779 pages in two volumes, and replete with anti-Gentile preachings.

d. Sanhedrin (781 pages): States the introduction in the Soncino edition of the Talmud: "It forms, along with Makkoth, the chief repository of the criminal law of the Talmud." This section includes the most virulent calumnies of Jesus, including His imaginary stoning, burning in dung, His decapitation, His strangling in dung, His hanging, or crucifixion for "blaspheming" the Pharisee "sages."

e. Makkoth (beatings), 175 pages in the Soncino edition.

f. Shebuoth (oaths - more vows), 309 pages.

g. Eduyyoth (testimonies)

h. Abodah Zarah on treatment of the presumably non-human non-Jew, 366 pages.

i. Aboth (sayings of the fathers of Talmudism).

j. Horayoth (rulings)

There are 10 books in Seder Nezikin.

5. SEDER KODA SHIM (sacrifices):

a. Zebahim (bloody sacrifices)

b. Menahot (meal offering)

c. Hullin (killing)

d. Bekorot (first born)

e. Arakin (estimation)

f. Temurah (exchange)

g. Keritot (extermination)

h. Me'ilah (trespass)

i. Tamid (daily offering)

l Middot (measures)

k. Minnim (birds' nests)

There are 11 books in Kodashim.

6. SEDER TOHOROTH (cleanness)

a. Niddah (the menstruant woman) is the prize part in this alleged religious section, devoting 509 pages to discussing smell, color, and examination by the rabbis of menstruation, without apparent medical or any other purpose except wallowing in the repulsive; pomp and asininity also abound; urinating off of roofs, etc., occupy the Pharisee "sages" in this
only book of uncleanness in the section on clea-ness which has a Gemara, of argumentative passages. The other 11 books occupy one 589-page volume in the Soncino edition.

b. Kelim (vessel, utensil cleanness) illustrates through "nit-picking" rules the "straining at a gnat" cited by Christ (Matthew 23:24); also; "Pharisees make clean the outside of the cup and the platter; but your in ward part is full of ravening and wickedness. (Luke 11:39)

c. Oholoth (tents)

d. Nega'irn (plagues)

e. Parah (young cow)

f. Tohoroth (purification)

g. Mikawaoth (ritual bath - such as the menstruant woman should take before having intercourse with her husband, thus ridding her of the evil eye).

h. Makshirin (kosher, proper)

i. Zabim (flux)

j. Tebul Yom

k. Yadayim (hands) The drizzling of water alternately on the hands, to carry off demons, who presumably live in water, a Pharisee custom in Christ's time, is still in force. The "Code of Jewish Law" (Schulchan Aruch), or boiled down Mishna of the Talmud, holds that an evil spirit takes over a sleeping person: "When he rises from his sleep the evil spirit departs from his entire body excepting from his fingers. From there the unclean spirft does not depart unless he spms water on them three times alternately. One is not permitted to walk four cubits without having his hands washed, This . . . rite . . . formed one of the chief breaches between Jesus and the Pharisees"

l. The last book of Tohoroth is Ukzin (stems). There are 12 books in Tohoroth. The last 71 of these (excepting Niddah) occupy one 589-page volume in the Soncino edition. The 1,098 pages on "cleanness," filled with the foulest obscenities of thought, once again justify Christ's disdain for this hypocrisy and serve to illustrate the justi fication for his attitude toward the Talmudic Pharisees.

Keep in mind that this is a religious book - religious in the sense as "defining and setting moral and character values." It covers articles in the MEGILLAH which is the sadistic celebration of the drunkenness and blood lust of the Purim Celebration when Jews worldwide are admonished by The Talmud to become so drunk on the Day of Purim that they will relish the destruction of the goyim. (See Esther 9, especially verses 26 and 27.) This subject has been covered previously.

The KETHUBOTH volume of The Talmud, which occupies two volumes and 728 pages of typical Talmudic sex-filth, instructs the reader asto how a baby girl becomes a sex toy of grown men.

The NEDARIM fills 282 pages with silly dirt and immorality.

The NAZIR contains vows of hairsplitting and the immoral KOL NIDRE oath. The KOL NIDRE oath is made on the Day of Atonement and allows the Jew who is making that oath to break any promise or oath he may make during the coming year.

The GITTIN covers divorce procedures with time out for placing Christ and all Christians in hell.

The SEDER NEZIKIN, which begins with the BABA KAMMA volume of 719 pages and contains rabbinic ramblings on general Jewish law, has as its essence the legal permission for Jews to harm Gentile property while asserting that Gentile injury to Jewish property is like an assault on God, since only Jews are human beings.

The BABA MEZIA contains 676 pages of the SOS (Same Old Stuff)

The BABA BATH RA contains 779 pages, in two volumes, and is typically anti-Gentile diatribes.

The SANHEDRIN has 781 pages which forms the chief repository of the criminal law of The Talmud, including the choicest slanders against Jesus Christ. In this volume they assert that He deserves "stoning to death," "burning in dung," "decapitation," "strangling in dung," and "crucifixion" because of His blasphemy against the Pharisees. Notice it is not for blasphemy against God, but blasphemy against the Pharisees that they hate Him.

These are the major books of The Talmud which deal with Christians and non-Jews, whom they call Gentiles.

The SEDER TOHOROTH section of The Talmud, has 12 volumes and we will briefly touch on only three. The NIDDAH has 509 pages and devotes itself to discussing the smell, color and examination by the rabbis of a woman's menstruation cloth. There is absolutely no medical purpose for this examination but they are intent on dabbling in the repulsive. They even discuss urinating off the roof. (I apologize to my lady readers for speaking of these subjects, but they must be mentioned in order for you to understand what The Talmud is all about.)

The MIKAWAOTH deals with the ritual bath the menstruant Jewish woman must take before having sexual intercourse with her husband in order to protect her from the "evil eye, etc."

The YADAYIM consists of instructions on how to drizzle water alternately on the hands to carry off demons who presumably might live in the water. This was a Pharisee custom at the time of Christ and is probably what Jesus referred to in Mark 7:3-4:

"For the Pharisees, and all the Jews (Judeans), except they wash their hands oft, eat not, holding the TRADITION (Talmudic) of the elders. And when they come from the market, except they wash, they eat not. And many other things there be, which they have received to hold, as the washing of cups, and pots, brasen vessels, and of tables."
They must rid themselves of those demons, you know!

The SCHULCHAM ARUCH, which is a condensed MISHNAH of The Talmud holds that an evil spirit takes over when a person goes to sleep. SCHULCHAN ARUCH. Volume I, Chapter II says:

"When he rises from his sleep the evil spirit departs from his entire body excepting his fingers. >From there, the evil spirit will not depart, unless he spills water on them three times alternately. A Jew is not permitted to walk four cubits on rising, without washing his hands."
The last book of this section is the UKZIN. There are a total of twelve books in the TOHOROTH and all with the exception of the NIDDAH are found in one volume of 598 pages.

Following are some of the Talmudic gems, with exhibits from the Jewish books.

ABQDAH ZARAH: Adultery is permitted with the wife of a minor, and the wife of a non-Jew.

Page 145 - Adultery with Female Gentiles OK

Page 146 - Male Children have Sex with Mother

Page 147 - Sex with 3 Year Old Gentile Girls

The Jew values Babylon above all other places, even Jerusalem, and states that it will be free from suffering in spite of the many Israelite prophecies concerning its destruction. The KETHUBOTH states: We have a tradition that Babel will not witness the sufferings that will precede the coming of the Messiah. This is followed by this note:
". . . usually rendered 'Babylon, ". . . travail, . . . but the more correct reading is . . . frequent in modern Christian books is fictitious . . . These are the throes of Mother Zion which is in labor to bring forth the Messiah - without metaphor, the Jewish people."
Page 148 - Babylon Will Not Witness the Destruction of the return of Christ
Continue on to Part 7 of 11:-   The Talmudic Effect on Judeo-Christianity!

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