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Thursday, August 16, 2018

Adam and Eve, a womans' role?

Adam and Eve, a womans' role?
You know the divine breath of life was given to a golem called Adam.  From this Golem a rib was taken...and this rib was not given the divine breath of life.  On the other hand you get prodgedies like Esther and Asher, who don't need to ask any man what to do and who great leaders like Mordecai or Jacob trust more than any man in their generations.
In Halacha to know who a woman is, you look at ther father and brother.  This is no coincidence.  The father and brother are the ones that nourish the young female "golem".  Once she has retained her learning, and she does this better than her male counterparts, she then expands it...the student has twice the power of the master.
The very great figures in Judaism had no choice but to "adopt" a young woman and raise her til marriageable age.  The other surprise is they actually do not need to "procreate" physically, because at such a high level things happen using the rules that came before creation and not the other way around.  THus Mordecai and Esther begot all those that call themselves "Jews" today.  The Dynasty of Rabbi Nachman was similarily created through the marriage of Rabbi Nachman and a lovely rich young woman who never spent one night after their marriage in the same town as her husband, in fact they never slept together or even touched!
Just thought you might want to check on this if it is true or false.

2 comments:

The villager said...

The story of the seven beggars is the dream that Daniel reveals to Nebuchadnezar.

The villager said...

Starting with blind working down to the feet.