Part 7 of 11

By Colonel Gordon "Jack" Mohr AUS Ret.

Although Moses was most specific regarding Israelite womer having intercourse with beasts (Leviticus 20 :16),.and that priests may not marry women who had been prostitutes (Leviticus 21:7), The Talmud contradicts this by stating that:
". . . unnatural intercourse does not cause a woman to be forbidden to marry a High Priest, since then, you would find no women ellgible for marriage."
The ancient rabbis stated:
"A woman who had intercourse wfth a beast is eligible to marry a priest - even a High Priest, unless specifically warned in advance, and the act had been seen by two witnesses." (What is meant by "beast" we are not quite sure since this may not have referred to four-footed beasts, but to those humans who were known as "goy" and were considered to be human beasts.)
This can be explained by the incident we mentioned earlier in which a woman posing as a Jewess during a talk show answered a horror stricken woman who had protested against the indiscriminate slaughter in Iraq. The Jewish woman said: What difference does it make; they are nothing but animals anyway.

If the woman had intercourse with a dog while sweeping the floor, she was likewise accepted as pure. (What sweeping the floor has to do with sexual purity is anybody's guess!) But the rabbis reasoned:

"The result of such intercourse being regarded as a mere wound, and the opinion that does not regard an accidentally injured hymen as a disqualification does not so regard such an intercourse either."
Page 150 - When Woman has Sex with a Beast

Page 151 - When Woman has Sex with a Beast

These examples, directly from pages of The Talmud, will give you some faint idea why the Lord called the Pharisees "whited sepulchers, beautiful on the outside, but filled with stench and decay within." (Matthew 23:27)

To the Talmudic rabbi, the Bible is considered to be a mere collection of simple folk tales, fit only for women and children. They find alternate meanings to almost everything found in the Old Testament, using letter and number tricks which often reverse the plain meaning and create permission for the Jew to commit otherwise forbidden acts.

Stealing for themselves the title of "Israelites," they leach that God made a covenant with Israel which was transmitted only orally. The Bible basis for this is Exodus 34:27 which says: And the Lord said unto Moses, write thou these words: for after the tenor of (according to) these words I have made a covenant with thee and with Israel. But in The Talmud, GITTIN 60b, we find the Pharisee rabbis reversing. Moses' term "written words," and have translated them to have been oral only.

Page 152 - The Talmudic Oral Law Supersedes Written Law!

Page 153, Top of page:  - Rules for Drawing Water

Remember that the Pharisees were the teachers of the Laws of Moses. Jesus said of them: ". . . the Pharisees sit in Moses' seat: All therefore whatsoever they bid you observe, that observe and do; but do not ye after their works: for they say, and do not." (Matthew 23:2,3)

When a Jewish rabbi speaks of the Torah in its narrow sense, they refer to the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Christian Bible which we know as the Books of Moses. But we must remember, that The Babylonian Talmud ranks above this Torah in every way. See exhibit below:
Page 153, Bottom of page:  - The Talmud Ranks Above Torah (Bible)
Page 154,:  - Jesus's "Crime"

Typical of the misuse of the Old Testament for the purpose of inventing obscenity and giving it a Biblical coating, is the story of Sisera, the commanding general of the Canaanite army as told in Judges 4. At the end of the day's fighting, the Canaanite army had been defeated and only Sisera remained alive; He fled to the tent of Heber, the Kenite, who was supposed to have been his friend. Heber's wife, Jael, welcomed him into the tent and gave him some milk to drink, but when he fell asleep, she drove a tent nail through his temple and then boasted of this to his Israelite pursuers.

Deborah, the prophetess of Israel, made up a song in Jael's honor in which she said: ". . . when she had pierced and stricken through his temples. At her feet he bowed, he fell, he lay down: . . there he fell down dead. (Judges 5:26 and 27)

The verbs "bowed," and "fell" are used three times in this verse and "lay" is used only once. This makes seven verbs used in this one verse. But according to the Talmudic rabbis, here is what it really meant as taken from the YEBAMOTH volume 1 03a -103b: The profligate Sisera had seven sexual encounters with Jael that day. The footnote explained that on each of these occasions, he sunk and tell, this occurring three times each, and he lay once. See following exhibit.

Page 155, Bottom of page:  - The Story of Jael and Sisera
Page 156, Bottom of page:  - Sexual Intercourse with Relatives
Continue on to Part 8 of 11:-   The Talmudic Effect on Judeo-Christianity!

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