How Watchtower Society View God Almighty 

This article is to show to the public how Watchtower view God Almighty and it’s very worrying indeed!

In his Theological Word Book of the Bible (an essential on every Bible scholar’s shelf) Alan Richardson points out:

‘The knowledge of God is not reached by abstract speculation as in Gk. philosophy, but in the actual everyday business of living, or social relationships and of current historical events. God is not known by thinking out ideas about him, but by seeking and doing his will as made known to us by prophetic men and by our own consciousness of right and wrong. (cf. John 7:17, Jas.1:27, 1 John 4:7.,f 12)’

He cites in particular Jeremiah 22:15-16,

”Did not your father eat and drink and do justice and righteousness? Then it was well with him. He judged the cause of the poor and needy; then it was well. Is not this to know me?’ declares the LORD.”


Watchtower Society Books
The error upon error of the Watchtower Society is mainly the product of their having sought God in books. This arises from the laudable 19th century preoccupation with universal education and the peculiarly American preoccupation with Adventism and the careful searching the Bible for signs. It is truly perverse, however, that Jehovah’s Witnesses have always been discouraged from further and higher education, yet they have made book publication and book study their main activity. Since they have long rejected education as a legitimate route for their lives, they have been robbed of what might truly inform their thinking and ended with an ugly literalism in all they publish, read, and say. This is no better illustrated than by their ‘translation’ of Jesus’ prayer in John 17:

‘This means everlasting life, their taking in knowledge of you, the only true God, and of the one whom you sent forth, Jesus Christ.’ (John 17:3, NWT, Revised, 1984, emphasis added)

The wording in the newer version is slightly different but brings across the same sense of progressive learning:

‘This means everlasting life, their coming to know you, the only true God, and the one whom you sent, Jesus Christ.’ (NWT, 2013)

In a modern Bible translation this reads:

‘Now this is eternal life; that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent.’ (NIV, 1984)

To know God, in the biblical sense, is not knowledge of abstract principles. It is not thoughts about an eternal being or idea but recognition of, and obedience to, the God who acts purposefully in the world. Knowledge of this kind comes from personal experience of God in every day life, not from collecting data about an abstract and distant figure.

The KJV gives the same sense of relational knowledge:

‘And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.’
This is not anti-intellectualism but Christ came to reveal God, to make him known, not to deliver a three point sermon, pass out a tract, or give a lecture about God (whom he never called Jehovah by the way). Jehovah’s Witnesses do not know God, they know the Watchtower Society and its peculiar rules and teachings. Through them, Jehovah’s Witnesses know about a strange and unbiblical being they think is God and call Jehovah. Like a devout Muslim, they know which foot to put forward first, when to be here, go there, do that, avoid this, speak in these terms, obey. But they don’t know God.

The True God Jehovah

Under this title, in Insight on the Scriptures Vol.1 (Watchtower Society, 1988), the Watchtower Society Society begin to unpack their understanding of God. They begin, inevitably, with his name. Read here why God’s name is not Jehovah.

In so many ways they get it right, saying God is spirit, infinite and approachable, even recognising the figurative nature of passages that speak of God’s ‘arm’ (Ex.6:6) ‘eyes’ and ‘ears’ (Ps.34:15). Yet their literalism breaks into the narrative, locating God in one specific place and insisting, ‘The true God is not omnipresent, for he is spoken of as having a location, (1 Ki.8:49; Joh.16:28; Heb.924) His throne is in heaven (Isa.66:1)’

Remarkably, they recognise that God doesn’t literally have arms, eyes, and ears, even though the Bible says he has, yet they insist God has a location, a base of operations, and a throne, because the Bible says he has. This immediately brings God within the compass of the created order, since time and place are the products of creation. Yet they clearly think of God as Infinite. Infinite means being subject to or having no limitations or boundaries in time, space, numbers, etc. Location robs the infinite of the infinite.

The Psalmist wrote:

Where can I go from your presence?

If I go up to the heavens, you are there;

If I make my bed in the depths, you are there.

If I rise on the wings of dawn,

If I settle on the far side of the sea,

even there your hand will guide me,

your right hand will hold me fast.

If I say, ‘Surely the darkness will hide me,

and the light become night around me,’

even the darkness will not be dark to you;

the night will shine like the day,

for darkness is light with you.(Ps.139:7-12)

How is this achieved if God is located in one place and not omnipresent? If there is no getting away from his presence how can that be if he is present in only one place? Why would Jehovah’s Witnesses want to limit the infinity of God?

It is true that God’s transcendent and infinite nature means man, a creature, cannot conceive of what it would be like to be God. Yet we all carry a picture in our minds of what God’s life is like, poor and inadequate as this picture would surely be. Some picture God as an old man, with a white beard, sitting on a cloud and ‘looking down on us.’ This illustrates very well the problem. Once you pin God to a location this has a bearing on how you see God operating, working out his plans, relating to his creation. Insight on the Scriptures states:

‘[God] is all-powerful, being the Almighty God. (Ge.17:1; Re.16:14) ‘All things are naked and openly exposed to the eyes of him,’ and he is, ‘the One telling from the beginning the finale.’ (Heb.4:13; Isa.46:10,11; 1 Sa.2:3) His power and knowledge extend everywhere, reaching every part of the universe. -2Ch 16:9; Ps.139:7-12; Am 9:2-4)’

How! How are these things so if God is in one place?

Throne Room Calling

In the second volume of Insights, under the heading ‘Spirit,’ the Holy Spirit is compared to ‘radio waves that can transmit a message from a person speaking into a microphone and cause his voice to be heard by person a distance away, in effect, ‘speaking’ the message by a radio loudspeaker. God, by his spirit, transmits his messages and communicates his will to the minds and hearts of his servants on earth, who, in turn, may convey that message to yet others.’

Remarkably, having understood symbolism in the Bibles’ reference to God’s eyes and ears, then moved to an awkward literalism to rob God of his omnipresence, Jehovah’s Witnesses suddenly discover the power of symbolism again. Referring to the seven spirits of the seven churches in Revelation Insights gives:

‘Seven being used as representative of completeness in other prophetic texts, it appears that these seven spirits symbolize the full active capacity of observation, discernment, or detection of the glorified Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, enabling him to inspect the earth.’


Jehovahs Organisation God, in the Jehovah’s Witness mind, sits on a throne ‘in heaven’ issuing his edicts via his spirit broadcasting system. Jesus, sitting at the right hand of the majesty on high (Heb.1:3), is able to ‘inspect the earth’ by means of this same spirit. This sounds very clunky and mechanical, not at all like the personal God of the Bible. Indeed, more like a governing body handing down rules and edicts via a chain of command. For a Jehovah’s Witness, God is channelled through a system of government, a hierarchy. What is puzzling, however, is that the Spirit is apparently omnipresent, something God is not.

Abba, Father

The Bible presents a very different picture of a God who enters into personal relationships with those who trust and worship him. Indeed, so intimate is this relationship that he does not demand we call him by a name, or title, but he invites us to call him Father (Mt.6:9). This Fatherhood is expressed in different ways throughout Scripture:

Theocratic Fatherhood describes God’s relationship to his covenant people, Israel. Moses was told to say to Pharaoh, ‘This is what the LORD says: Israel is my first-born son, and I told you, ‘Let my son go, so that he may worship me.” (Ex.4:22-23)

Generative Fatherhood refers to God’s being the exclusive Father of his ‘only-begotten Son’ Jesus. ‘And a voice from heaven said, ‘This is my beloved Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased.” (Mt.3:17)

Adoptive Fatherhood describes the redeeming relationship that belongs to all believers. They are adopted sons because of their standing in Christ, the new Adam, and because they are born-again through the regenerating work of the Holy Spirit in them. ‘…those who are led by the Spirit of God are called the sons of God. For you did not receive a spirit that makes you a slave again to fear, but you received the Spirit of sonship. And by him we cry, ‘Abba, Father,” (Ro.8:13-15)

This Fatherhood is both intimate and immanent.

In the Old Testament God dwelt among his people in the tabernacle in the desert.

In the gospels Jesus said of his relationship with the Father, ‘I and the Father are one,’ and, ‘understand that the Father is in me.’ (John 10:30,38)

Jesus said of the believer, ‘If anyone loves me, he will obey my teaching. My Father will love him, and we will come to him and make our home with him.’ (John 14:23)

This is not a remote God, broadcasting messages via his impersonal spirit, what Witnesses call ‘God’s active force.’ How could such a God keep this promise to come and make his home with every believer who loves and obeys Jesus?

Romans 8 gives us a picture of how this all works. In this chapter the Spirit is described as ‘the Spirit of life,‘ an interesting phrase and echoing John’s description of Jesus as one who has life in himself (John 1:4). Surely only God is self-existent, having life in himself, being the giver of life?

‘Those who live in accordance with the Spirit,’ Paul writes, ‘have their minds set on what the Spirit desires.’ (Ro.8:5) Paul goes on to describe believers as, ‘controlled…by the Spirit, if the Spirit of God lives in you. And if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, he does not belong to Christ…And if the Spirit of of him who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you, he who raised Christ from the dead will will also give life to your mortal bodies through his Spirit, who lives in you.’ (vv. 9-11)

The Spirit is ‘the Spirit of sonship.’

The Spirit is ‘the Spirit of life.’

The Spirit is ‘the Spirit of God.’

The Spirit is ‘the Spirit of Christ.’

The Spirit, ‘lives in you.’

The Spirit gives life, the Spirit of God and of Christ. The Spirit indwells believers, it is by the same Spirit we cry, ‘Abba, Father.’ It is by the Spirit that the Father and the Son come and dwell with every obedient believer, because the Spirit is God, as the Son is God, as the Father is God. Just as to see the Son is to see the Father (John 14:9) so to enjoy the companionship of the Spirit is to enjoy the companionship of the Father and the Son.

This is why Jesus goes on in John’s gospel to say, ‘I will ask the Father to send you another Counsellor, to be with you for ever-the Spirit of truth.’ (14:16-17) ‘Another’ here means another of the same kind, that is, another person but with the same role of advocate. The word translated ‘Counsellor’ is the same as used in John’s first letter, ‘If anybody does sin, we have one who speaks to our Father in our defence-Jesus Christ, the Righteous One.’ (1 John 2:1) To have the Spirit as Counsellor is to have the Son, just as to see the Son is to see the Father.

The objection, of course, is that this Trinitarian picture doesn’t make sense, is inconceivable, unimaginable, a picture we cannot easily hold in our heads when we think about God. This simply comes from a desire to bring God into the compass of man’s feeble mental capacity. The truth is, you can accept what the Bible tells us, or you can make every effort to tame God, locate and limit him, until he sits comfortably with you. The early church stuck faithfully to the Bible’s message, accepting on faith what they could not possibly understand, because God is God, his word is his word, and man is to be faithful to God’s word.

Sounding the Horn of the Messiah From Jerusalem


“And it shall come to pass in that day, that a great horn shall be blown; and they shall come that were lost in the land of Ashur, and they that were dispersed in the land of Mitzrayim; and they shall worship Hashem in the holy mountain at Yerushalayim.” Isaiah 27:13 (The Israel Bible™)

Though it is impossible to say with absolute certainty when the Messiah will come, in an ancient synagogue in Jerusalem’s Old City, a shofar and jug of oil are patiently waiting on a high shelf for his arrival. They are replacements for the originals, supposedly rescued from the Second Temple amidst Roman destruction, which disappeared in the heat of the 1967 battle for Jerusalem. Legends and mysteries surround the simple items.

One of the landmark holy sites in Jerusalem’s Old City, the Rabbi Yochanan Ben Zakai Synagogue was built at the beginning of the 17th century. The synagogue is believed to stand on the location of the original study hall of Rabbi Yochanan Ben Zakai, a major rabbinic and scholarly figure in the Second Temple era, quoted throughout the Talmud.

The synagogue is known for many things, but its most remarkable element could easily go overlooked. On the southern wall, on a glass shelf far too high to be readily accessible, sit a jug of oil and shofar. Tradition has it that when the Messiah arrives, Elijah himself will appear to blow the shofar and anoint him with the oil.

The shofar, or ram’s horn, is usually identified with Rosh Hashana, the upcoming Jewish New Year, when 100 blasts are traditionally blown from the shofar. Usually shofars belong to individuals who practice year-round, not to the synagogues themselves, making the Ben Zakai shofar unusual. They are among the most significant ritual items in Judaism.

The shofar was used regularly in the Temple service, and Jewish tradition holds that the sounds of the shofar will announce the arrival of the Messiah, just as they greeted the ancient kings of Israel.

And Zadok the Kohen took the horn of oil out of the Tent, and anointed Shlomo. And they blew the ram’s horn; and all the people said: ‘Long live king Shlomo.’ I Kings 1:39

The story of the Rabbi Yochanan Ben Zakai Synagogue shofar is singular. At the end of the 16th century, there were no synagogues in all of Jerusalem, and Ottoman rulers made it illegal to build new ones. After bribing Turkish officials, Jews were able to construct four synagogues in one building with half-hidden entrances. Legend claims there is a secret tunnel connecting the synagogue to the Temple Mount. This tunnel is also waiting for the Messiah, who will use it to travel the last few hundred yards to the Third Temple.

According to the legend, when the Second Temple was destroyed, Rabbi Ben Zakai saved a jug of oil and a shofar that were part of the Temple service, bringing them to his study hall to be used when the Messiah finally arrived. The story holds that the objects were preserved through generations, and that it was this jug and shofar that were installed in the synagogue when it was first built more than 1,500 years later.

For 400 years, the shofar and oil stood ready. But when the Jordanians conquered the Old City in 1948, they went on a rampage, destroying and desecrating Jewish places of worship much as their Roman predecessors had done 2,000 years earlier.

Shimon Gantz, the manager of the synagogue today, told Breaking Israel News that he recently spoke with one of the first IDF soldiers to enter the Old City in 1967 after the Israeli liberation. “He told me that he entered the Old City via the Zion Gate, and immediately sought out the synagogue. His platoon arrived here when the battle was still raging. They were horrified to see the way it had been treated. It was vandalized and full of the worst kind of garbage. But he also said that he was sure he saw the original jug of oil and shofar on the high shelf, untouched.

“Unfortunately, by the time the battle for the city was over and Jews re-entered the synagogue, the shofar and oil were gone,” Gantz.

The shelf stood empty until 1978, when Yitzchak Navon, then-President of Israel, visited the synagogue. Accompanying President Navon was an elderly Jew who had prayed at the synagogue before the Jordanian occupation in 1947. Navon noticed his companion looking up at the empty shelf and asked what he was looking for. The man told Navon about the oil and shofar, obviously pained and disappointed at their absence. Navon promised to replace them. Later that year, a shofar and jug of oil were placed there by the president of Israel, and they remain on the shelf until today.

Anyone can buy or own a shofar, making the Navon shofar special only in its connection to Israel’s modern history. From simple ram’s horns to ornate, silver-plated instruments, the horn of the Messiah is available to all, Ayal Kellman, vice president of judaica store Israel365. “In the past three years, we have sold hundreds of shofars in the months leading up to Rosh Hashana to Jews and Christians around the world,” he said. 

“Many of our customers, especially of Christian faith, are awaiting the end times and are purchasing shofars in order to be able to herald the arrival of the Messiah themselves,” Kellman added.

But that doesn’t mean the Messiah’s own shofar is not still out there, waiting. In fact, a curious anecdote from Dr. Yahav Shmaryahu, the synagogue’s long-time caretaker, adds a new twist to the story. Three years ago, a small group of men approached Dr. Shmaryahu, asking for special permission to pray in the synagogue at midnight. While they were praying, one of the men looked up and at the shelf and shook his head in disappointment, telling Dr. Shmaryahu that the shofar was not the original.

“I knew this was the case, so this didn’t surprise me,” Dr. Shmaryahu told Breaking Israel News, “But then he claimed the original shofar was in his possession, and when the time came, he would return to the synagogue to blow shofar.”

“It could be that he was just telling stories, but the legend of the shofar goes back to the Second Temple,” Dr. Shmaryahu noted. “When the Messiah comes, we will know what is true. For the time being, this shofar is waiting.”

Originally published at: www.breakingisraelnews.com

Jewish Mystic Warns That Middle East and Europe Will Be Swallowed in War of Gog and Magog


“And it shall come to pass afterward that I will pour out My spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy your old men shall dream dreams your young men shall see visions.” Joel 3:1 (The Israel Bible™)

Just a few days prior to the Jewish New Year, Rabbi Nir Ben Artzi, a noted kabbalist with thousands of followers in Israel, has revealed a divine redemptive plan for the world which will see Europe overrun with Muslims, Syria’s chaos spilling into the West, the US elections spelling disaster for American Jews, and Israel’s importance becoming greater than ever.

But the end result of all this strife is closer, and more rewarding, than anyone can imagine: Messiah.

“Everyone is ready, waiting for the public revelation of the Messiah!” the rabbi last week began a post on his webpage. “Everyone understands and knows that the Messiah is active right now,” he wrote, noting that all of the world events this year are merely preludes hinting at what will come.

Rabbi Ben Artzi, an Israeli rabbi who gained followers after rumors began to circulate of his prescient abilities in his youth, warned of the impending messianic war of Gog and Magog, which he said is a part of a spiritual process becoming clearly visible in the Middle East.

“God is creating Gog and Magog, a situation of tohu vavohu (unformed and void, confusion) in the entire world, in order that the Jews will understand that there is Redemption and Messiah, and that it is God protecting the Holy Land,” the rabbi said.

The chaos of the coming redemptive war is already spreading, he continued, pointing to Syria as evidence and predicting that it is just the beginning.

“Syria will continue to be wiped out. It is a wasteland, harming countries who try to intervene there,” he said, explaining that America and Russia would end up getting burned by their interference in the quagmire. “They are only engaged in blowing it up entirely, harming themselves in the process.

“Even Syria is intent on killing itself. In the end it will be a wasteland that grows, affecting everyone who comes near.”

The rabbi quoted Psalms to describe what is happening now in Syria:

Their sword shall enter into their own heart, and their bows shall be broken. Psalms 37:15

“Leaders will destroy their nations, and nations will destroy their leaders over this situation,” the rabbi predicted, noting that the crisis is already threatening to engulf neighboring Turkey.

Indeed, claiming humanitarian intent, the world’s superpowers have only succeeded in creating more destruction in Syria and bringing their own countries closer to war. The situation has already led to confrontations between Turkey, a NATO member and US ally, and Russia, with a resurrected and aggressive military.

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The war will have massive and terrifying international implications, including refugee crises, Rabbi Ben Artzi continued, warning that the Syrian refugee situation in Europe today is only a small prelude to what will be. He predicted that a revolution in Turkey would send “tens of millions” of refugees from the Muslim country to Europe.

Then, he said, “Europe will become a Muslim continent and people will flee from there like from a fire.”

The ongoing Islamification of Europe is already a critical issue faced by European leaders who, after welcoming hundreds of thousands of Muslim refugees into their countries last year, saw a shocking spike in radical Islam and terror attacks. Bombings, stabbings and shootings left hundreds dead across the continent.

Rabbi Ben Artzi also touched on the US presidential elections in his talk, including an unusual warning to American Jews.

“In the upcoming elections it is important to remember that the next president will be the one that God chooses,” he insisted. “They can say what they want, do what they can, but the one who will be elected is the one who loves the Jews in Israel but hates the Jews in America. That is the big surprise that will happen.”

Indeed, Israel figures large in world events, as “the entire world is sustained on the merit of Israel,” the rabbi announced.

The rabbi warned in no uncertain terms, “Anyone who touches Israel will disappear from the world. They will immediately get hit with earthquakes, floods, fires, and storms. Hamas and the Palestinians have so much, but since they don’t leave Israel in peace, in the end they will be left with nothing.”

Interestingly, in June, just as world leaders were stepping out of a meeting in Paris concerning a French-led initiative to force Israel to create a Palestinian State within its borders, rain began to fall and the Seine began to rise. Within 24 hours, Paris suffered its worst flooding in over 30 years.

After his dire predictions, the rabbi concluded with encouraging comments on the imminent arrival of the Messiah.

“Everyone, including those no longer alive, including the matriarchs and patriarchs, are waiting for the Messiah, and everyone knows it is imminent. But the exact date is only known by God,” Rabbi Ben Artzi stated. “All of the difficulties that come on Israel while they are waiting are meant to purify them, bringing the time for the revelation of the Messiah even closer.”

Originally published at www.breakingisraelnews.com

This Week’s Torah Portion | September 25 – October 1, 2016 – 22 Elul – 28 Elul, 5776 |


Nitzavim-VaYelech (Standing-Moses Went) – Weekly Torah Portion Nitzavim-VaYelech 2

Nitzavim (נצבים | Standing)

Torah: Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20; 31:1-31:30

Haftarah: Isaiah 61:10-63:9

Gospel: Luke 24:1-12

This Week’s Torah Portion | September 25 – October 1, 2016 – 22 Elul – 28 Elul, 5776 | 

October 2 – October 8, 2016 – 29 Elul – 6 Tishrei, 5777

From ancient times there has been a weekly portion (Parasha) from the first five books of Moses (The Torah) and an ending (Haftarah) from the Prophets read on the Sabbath in synagogues around the world. This portion is given a Hebrew name drawn from the opening words of the Torah passage. An illustration of this practice appears to have been recorded in Luke 4:16 where Yeshua (Jesus) arrived in the synagogue in Nazareth and was asked to read the portion (Isaiah 61) from the Prophets. 

We have found that in perusing these weekly readings, not only are we provided opportunity to identify in the context of God’s Word with millions of Jewish people around the world, but very often the Holy Spirit will illumine specific passages pertinent that week in our intercession for the Land and people of Israel. All texts are those of English translations of the Scriptures.

The Parasha for this week September 25 — October 1, 2016 is called Nitsavim—“You are Stationed”:

TORAH: Deuteronomy 29:10—30:20

HAFTARAH: Isaiah 61:10—63:9

TORAH


*Deuteronomy 29:10. “All of you stand today before the LORD your God: your leaders and your tribes and your elders and your officers, all the men of Israel, your little ones and your wives—also the stranger who is in your camp, from the one who cuts your wood to the one who draws your water…” 

The Hebrew word used here for “stand” is a military term meaning to “be stationed,” “be positioned.” Elohei Ma’archot Yisrael—“The God of Israel’s Arraying” (I Samuel 17:45b) has a ‘positioning’ for each of us in the war, whatever our age, our sex, our race, or supposed social status.

*Deuteronomy 29:14. “I make this covenant and this oath, not with you alone, but with who stands here with us today before the LORD our God, as well as with who is not here with us today…” 

God’s word over Israel for life (see 30:19!) was not only for those present, but for the generations down the ages whose seed was present in the bodies of those standing before him and hearing this word. This release of an eternally efficacious word from the Lord was affirmed beautifully some 2000 years later by Yeshua in His “High Priestly” prayer, John 17:20-21, “I do not pray for these alone, but also for those who will believe in Me through their word; that they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us, that the world may believe that You sent Me.”

*Deuteronomy 29:18. “…that there may not be among you a root bearing bitterness or wormwood.” This condition came from “following the dictates of the heart” (vs 19b) and could finally result in being “uprooted” (vs. 28). Hebrews 12:14-15 in the New Covenant seems to have had this verse in mind, “Pursue peace with all, and holiness, without which no one will see the Lord: looking carefully lest anyone fall short of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up cause trouble, and by this many become defiled…”

*Deuteronomy 30:8. “And the LORD your God will circumcise your heart and the heart of your descendants, to love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul, that you may live.” 

Another translation of this last phrase is, “for your life’s sake.” God is a “Life-God” (Elohim Chaim—El Chai). We cannot follow the “dictates of the heart” (see 29:19 above) in its natural state. God desires to cut away what is necessary, not only in our hearts, but in those who will come forth from us—“our descendants” (29:14). Then we will be able to “Love the LORD our God with all our hearts and souls that we may live!”

*Deuteronomy 30:9. “For the LORD will again rejoice over you for good as He rejoiced over your fathers, if you obey…”

*Deuteronomy 30:11. “For this commandment which I command you today is not too mysterious for you, nor is it far off…but the word is very near you, in your mouth and in your heart, that you may do it.” 

“Too mysterious” is the same in the Hebrew as “Is there anything too wonderful for Me?” in Jeremiah 32:27. The righteous live by Faith and that which is impossible becomes possible, “For with the heart one believes unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation” (Romans 10:10).

*Deuteronomy 30:19. “I call heaven and earth as witnesses today against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing; therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live that you may love the LORD your God, that you may obey His voice, and that you may cling to Him, for He is your life and the length of your days; and that you may dwell in the land which the LORD swore to your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, to give them.” 

God gives the revelation, the grace and power to “choose life,” even before we are capable of loving and obeying and clinging to Him. “Length of your days” is the same in Hebrew as “forever,” the last word of the 23rd Psalm. The desire to dwell in the house of the LORD forever begins with having made the free choice “to live” which He is offering us!

HAFTARAH

*Isaiah 62:1. “For Zion’s sake I will not hold My peace, and for Jerusalem’s sake I will not rest, until her righteousness goes forth as brightness, and her salvation as a flaming torch.”

*Isaiah 62:6. “I have set watchmen on your walls, O Jerusalem; They shall never hold their peace day or night. You who make mention of the LORD, do not keep silent, and give Him no rest till He establishes and til He makes Jerusalem a praise in the earth.”

*Isaiah 63:9. “In all their affliction He was afflicted, and the Angel of His Face saved them; In His love and in His pity He redeemed them; and He bore them and carried them all the days of old.”

The readings for next week, October 2-8, 2016 are called VaYelech: 

TORAH: Deuteronomy 31:1-30

Haftarah (Shabbat Shuvah): Hosea 14:1-9; Joel 2:15-27; Micah 7:18-20. 

The Festival of Trumpets/Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown, Sunday October 2 and extends through Tuesday, October 4.

In A Nutshell

The portion, Nitzavim (Standing), deals with Moses’ speech regarding the covenant between Israel and the Creator. Moses makes it clear that the Torah applies to the whole of the people of Israel, to every single one, and was given to posterity. Moses stresses the principle of choice: should a person worship other gods, he will be exiled from the land. But if he wishes to be reformed, the path is through repentance. The Creator allows the people to choose between life and death, but commands them, “Therefore choose life” (Deuteronomy, 30:19).

In the portion, VaYelech (Moses Went), Moses gives his final speech before the people’s entrance to the land of Israel. He reinforces the people so they will not fear fighting for the land because the Creator is with them, and he officially hands over the leadership to Joshua, son of Nun. Moses writes the Torah and instructs the people of Israel to assemble once every seven years to read the Torah. The Creator reveals to Moses that in the future, the people of Israel will sin, and commands him to write a song through which the people will remember the Creator.

Commentary 

It may seem as though portions repeat themselves, but any repetition is at a new degree. The whole Torah deals only with the correction of the soul. It is as if the soul is cut into slices according to the degrees of the great will to receive, which is why it appears to be the same.

Similarly, each day in our lives seems to resemble the next, yet each day feels different, and life consists of many days joined together. The special thing about this process is that it is not about the people of Israel or the desert, but about an individual going through the stages of one’s spiritual development.

The spiritual development is done in two stages. The first is the preparation in Babylon, in the Bilbul (confusion). The second stage is in Egypt. In this world, a person tries to do as one sees fit, but gives up because this world is leading us into a state where we are not achieving good results in life. The result is a crisis, similar to the one the world is in today.

And yet, we do not seek the meaning of life, but money, power, respect, pleasures, freedom, vacations, and we are beginning to understand that it is impossible to have them. Whether due to personal crises or because of the global crisis, we finally come to the fundamental question, “What is the meaning of my life?” We seek satisfaction in life but we cannot find it anywhere, and without satisfaction we feel like Prophet Jonah, who said, “It is better for me to die than to live” (Jonah, 4:3).

We seek fulfillment, but we arrive at a situation where there is only one way, as we are discovering these days. Gradually, the whole world is approaching the stage of the question about the meaning of life. Due to the crisis, we are all facing a state of bankruptcy. Although it currently seems that only banks and large corporations are moving toward it, in truth, the whole world is faced with the questions, “What are we doing with ourselves, with our lives?” “What is it all for?” “What is going on here?” These questions lead us to the answer that everything is happening only so we may rise above the satisfaction in our own short lives.

While we are beginning to search for the real fulfillment, the eternal and complete one, above this transient life, we go through stages of inner corrections that lead us toward another life, to the spiritual life, the life of the soul. It is as though we acquire another body, an internal one, which is not made of flesh, but which is all desire. Our corporeal body, the flesh, is where that desire dresses, and it is called a “soul,” which we must reveal and nurture.

There are two stages in the development of that body: the first is called Moses, and the second is called Joshua. Moses is called the “faithful shepherd.” In that stage we rise to the degree of Bina, to bestow with the aim to bestow. It is a degree that is all bestowal, faith. The degrees where we acquire the quality of Moses, the revealing of the spiritual body, are called the “forty years in the desert.”

Following the revealing of the spiritual body—the Kli (vessel) of the soul—we work on filling it with light. We acquire the Kli, conquer the land of Israel, expel from there what is unfitting and undesirable, and fill our Kli with the upper light. This is the degree of receiving with the aim to bestow, the degree of Joshua. It is a higher degree than Moses, or in fact, an “improved” degree of Moses.

We advance in conquering the land (desire) by working on our egotistical will to receive, which opposes us and tries to fail us each step of the way. We get stranded, err, and constantly have troubles with the covenant. We must connect with the will to bestow and constantly choose life, as it is written (Deuteronomy 30:19), “Therefore choose life, that you may live, you and your descendants.”

We can acquire the additional, spiritual life, while we are living in our physiological bodies. It depends solely on our correction, on the extent to which we are immersed in the intention to bestow, on how filled we are with the upper light. When we obtain the upper light we are rewarded with eternal life. This is really our goal; it is the purpose of our lives here in this world, in our physical bodies. The knowledge of that used to be in the hands of a chosen few, unique individuals in each generation, but today the whole world is awakening toward it, and we will all need to reveal our souls.

The portions that speak of the entrance to the land of Israel mention Joshua’s new leadership, and new laws. Today the world is also moving into a new stage, new laws. Will explanations about it help or is it impossible to understand anything until we are actually in the new world?

First we need to recognize our helplessness, that deficiency, similar to the way it happened in the desert when we faced the entrance to the land of Israel but did not know what to do and feared entering it. Even prior to that, at the foot of Mount Sinai, there was a problem of great hatred, similar to the one that is threatening to burst throughout the world today, and pull us into a third world war, a nuclear one.

And prior to Mount Sinai we had to jump into the Red Sea and cross it despite the very real fear of death. Today we are feeling the same great obstacles, standing before us like impassable walls. And yet, the Torah always opens a door before us.

Baal HaSulam writes about it beautifully in a story about a man who sees a wall with a door. He approaches the door, opens it, and enters. In spirituality there is a wall, if you can put it this way because we currently do not see anything at all. We still cannot see what is separating us from spirituality. First, we discover the wall. When we want to break in, seemingly jump into it head first, we discover the door, we attempt to enter, and the door immediately opens.

We see this many times in the Torah: By the Red Sea, Nahshon jumped and the sea opened, by Mount Sinai, and in other cases. The thing is that we are required to “go for it,” to choose life, where for us, this is life, while the current life is death.

Moses Is the Dominion of the Sun; Joshua Is the Dominion of the Moon

“The Creator said to Moses: ‘Moses, do you wish for the world to change? Have you ever seen the sun worshiping the moon? Have you ever seen the moon governing while the sun is still present? Rather, your dying days have come; summon Joshua. Let the sun be taken and let the moon govern. Moreover, if you enter the land, the moon will be taken because of you and will not be able to govern. Indeed, the governance of the moon, Joshua, has arrived, and it cannot rule as long as you are in the world.’”

Zohar for All, VaYelech (Moses Went), item 12

These are two degrees. It is impossible to move from one degree to the next without completing the first. First, one must complete the degree of Moses, degree of Bina—bestowing with the aim to bestow. From it, one advances to the degree of Joshua, to receive in order to bestow. This is the conquest of the land, the entrance to the land of Israel—a desire that is aimed entirely toward bestowal.

In other words, the degree of Moses is “that which you hate, do not do to your friend.” The degree of Joshua is “Love your neighbor as yourself.” It is a higher degree, an extension of the degree of Moses. The next degree is always another step closer to the end of correction compared to the previous one, and Moses is the fundamental level of all the degrees.

What does it mean that the Creator informs Moses that the people will sin?

There is no other way. We advance only through sins, through the wicked that appear to a person. The Creator says to us in advance, “I have created the evil inclination.”

The whole of creation is the evil inclination. The evil inclination is ill-will, an egotistical desire, the opposite of the Creator. It is a desire to receive with the aim to receive, to be contemptuous of everyone, to exploit, steal from, and deceive everyone. The Creator does not hide what He has done, but explains that He did all that so we would correct ourselves and rise above that ill-will.

The wisdom of Kabbalah is the only one that explains to us how to correct ourselves. One who feels truly deserving of correction must do something with the ego, with oneself, one’s life, and find the fulfillment in life. This is when one comes to the wisdom of Kabbalah. Everything else we do in life is merely customs, but they do not correct us, or even reveal to us that we are bad.

Before Rosh Hashanah (Hebrew New Year’s Eve) and Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), a time of introspection and reflection, we say, “We have betrayed.” We say that we are wicked indeed, both toward each other and toward the Creator. But were it not written in the prayer-books, who would think that it was so? In fact, even when we read it in the prayer-books we do not really sympathize with it or feel that it is really so.

Why does the Creator have to command us to choose life? Who would choose death?

Our physiological life and death are completely out of our control. Once we are born, there is no question that we will also die. But even the choice whether to be born is not in our hands. From the moment we emerge from the womb, we are beginning our march toward death. It follows that the command to choose life has nothing to do with the physical life.

Does the Creator pave a good path and a bad one, and then says, “Choose,” recommending that we choose the good?

Choosing the good indicates that a person is acquiring the spiritual life while still in this life. “Therefore choose life” refers to the spiritual life. The choice is whether to end life as an ordinary person would—at the end of the physical existence, having lived in order to serve the body, putting it to bed, bathing it, and satisfying its other needs—or to rise to another level while still being in the physical body. The Torah is for those who wish to ascend to another degree, as it is written, “I have created the evil inclination, I have created the Torah as a spice.” In that case, “the light in it reforms them.”

When a person comes to that Torah (law) of life, to eternity and perfection, that person acquires the additional life during this life. When that happens, that person does not die even when the body does.

These days we are beginning to feel a little bit like one people. We empathize, and we are beginning to deliberate. Are we faced with a very big move we will have to take?

Now is the first time in history that people do not know what to do with the world. We are discovering that everything we have developed over the years is gradually halting, becoming dysfunctional. We do not know what will work and what will not. Suddenly, everything “slips through our fingers,” and leaders do not know how to run the business, for all their knowledge and advisors.

Is this the wall we spoke of earlier, which we keep encountering in every direction?

Yes, we are discovering that the Godly system is beginning to appear. It is called, “the revelation of the Creator to the creatures.” When the Godly force—Godly quality (of bestowal)—appears, it is a system that we do not know how to handle.

Man is the evil inclination. Yet, all of a sudden the good inclination is appearing before us. However, we do not recognize it as good. We see that the world is global, integral, and everyone is interconnected and interdependent, but we do not want to live in it. This is the point where we discover that we are made of the opposite material. After all, the Creator says, “I have created the evil inclination” in you, and here a system appears before us that creates the good, where everyone is connected. If you try to adapt yourself to that system you will find life, “therefore choose life.”
Which Joshua do we need now?

These forces, Moses and Joshua, exist in all of us.

Is there a difference between how people searched thirty years ago, when each was searching personally, and how they search today?

Even when everything was fine, people still need to answer the question about life’s purpose.

But there is a huge difference because today people are not asking what we are living for; the crisis is coming to their doorsteps.

Even today there are people who come to study Kabbalah because they are asking about the meaning of life, the purpose of life, even though they are generally happy. They do not come because of suffering in their everyday life, but because of the emotional pain, since they are empty nonetheless. However, those who come to study Kabbalah are about one percent of the global population. The rest come because of the problems in their daily lives.

Assuming a person is from Japan, and has experienced the earthquake and tsunami, and then the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, would that person not ask, “What is going on here?” “Am I missing something?” Or, would that person simply be lost and would not know how to cope with the world, and anyone who sympathizes with him or her would feel the same?

Every nation, person, and every part in the world is treated differently. We do not know in what way because it has to do with “soul sentences,” but we will all feel the immense pressures that are pushing us toward the entrance to the network of connections between us, the global and integral network that is now slowly appearing, and to which we are not adapted.

Now is the first time in history that we must change and adapt ourselves to the ties that are appearing between us. Previously, we built egotistical connections between us however we wanted. But now we must work to the contrary. The emerging network is “telling us”: “You have to adjust yourselves to me, or you will not succeed.”

Moses encouraged the people to be brave because the Creator is with them. From where can such confidence come? Is it because we are marching toward a very bad situation?

It is the confidence. It is not a bad situation; it depends on how you look at it. Looking at what is appearing before us, we can see that it is salvation. We are being presented with a beautiful example, an opportunity to connect with everyone. The negative reactions we all feel, the suffering, mayhem, problems, and confusions are all so we will try to direct ourselves correctly through them, so we will try to adapt ourselves to our newly formed connections.

These new connections are the Creator Himself; it is the quality of bestowal appearing between us. Of course we hate it and reject it. We do not understand it, but it is Him. This is called “the revelation of the Creator to the creatures. These are really the days of the Messiah, when that light is gradually appearing, a light of bestowal drawing us from our egos upward.

But if a person has no point in the heart, you cannot talk to him before he suffers.

True.

What confidence can we promise? Can we say to him, “Wait, suffer a little more and then we will talk”?

No. Of course he must suffer, but here is where the wisdom of Kabbalah appears in order to explain the reason for the suffering. A person needs to suffer very little, like a clever child who understand and walks in the right direction after the first hint.

Our calendar guarantees that we will achieve all the corrections and abundance by the end of the six thousand years. The question is, “How much will we suffer along the way?” We can shorten these times by ourselves, and not wait another 220 years or so, but rather accomplish it in our current lives.

The end of the portion speaks about Moses being commanded to write a song, to prepare for Israel something that will remind them of the goal. What is so special about song?

The song is for the future, should Israel sin. It is not like the songs we know today, but a special connection between a person and the correcting upper force. It is a system of connections by which one evokes upon oneself the power of correction.

Even when one sins, one can be certain that the mechanism that Moses built in us will help. Moses is the force of bestowal within us. It is absolutely clear of reception, and we return to it when we sin, so it will help us reform ourselves.

Is there no connection whatsoever between this song and songs we speak of today, with rhymes and melodies?

Of course there is no connection between this song and the ones with rhymes and melodies. The song we are speaking of is like a book. A book is disclosure, a Megillah (scroll, from the word Gilui, disclosure).

So it is a spiritual mechanism, like The Song of Songs. The Song of Songs is not a song you sing. A musical piece truly has something about it, and a song evokes emotions.

Clearly, we have emotional expressions on different levels. However, here we are speaking of a special mechanism, such as King David, who wrote Psalms, Solomon, who wrote The Song of Songs, or Moses, who wrote the song. It concerns writing about a special mechanism of connection, which helps the next degrees that fall into sin rise again.

We read in Psalms, or The Song of Songs, or Moses’ song whenever we can take something in our hands, rely on something and thus advance.

The Creator commanded Israel to read it every seven years once they entered the land of Israel.

Seven years marks a complete degree: Hesed, Gevura, Tifferet, Netzah, Hod, Yesod, Malchut.

Once we are in the land of Israel and unite, will we still sin?

Yes, no doubt. It was said in advance. From the beginning of the portion we are told, “Do not be afraid to come in; there will be wars there, but you will be saved.”

Israel’s wars are only wars with our desires. It is not the land of Israel, where we must conquer seven nations, but our own seven Klipot (shells), opposite the seven pure spiritual qualities. The war is with our own will to receive, which is egotistical and is called a Klipa (shell). It is the evil inclination that we correct, and thus achieve the conquest of the land, as the desire turns into bestowal, into love of others.

The whole Torah is “love your neighbor as yourself.” This is what we must achieve. Therefore, the system that is appearing before us will eventually compel us, whether we like it or not. Unless we achieve unity with the whole world, to the point of loving every single person in the world, we will not be able to continue, we will have no bread.

Prayer to the Magdalene: Lady of Divine Gnosis


O Lady of Divine Gnosis, Tower of the Flock,
You have known men and the Divine,

And you have known yourself;

Wandering in your exile,

You are the Gnostic of the Entirety,

Meeting the Good Serpent in the Garden,

You are the Holy Mother of Life;

In you Christ the Sophia has come among us,

Pistis Sophia and Zoe Sophia are embodied with us,

You have brought Eve and Lilith into Union in you,

And you have revealed the Image of Christed Womanhood;

You are the Maiden of Light,

Mother of Royal Blood,

And Crone of Ancient Wisdom;

You are the Mistress of the Night,

Mother of Radiant Darkness,

And Hag of Destruction;

You are the Virgin and the Whore,

Sophia Stellarum and Sophia Nigrans,

The Perfection of All-Wisdom and all Divine Gnosis;

You are the Anointed Bride of the Human One of Light,

Christ the Logos is your Divine Consort,

In you the Gospel of Truth is spoken;

You are the Holy Daughter, the Savioress,

The Image of the Great Mother made manifest,

Priestess-Queen of the Divine Order;

O Miriam, the Magdalene, we praise you and we adore you,

We called upon your Holy Name and invoke your Divine Presence;

O Christ the Sophia, bless us,

O Christed Womanhood, bless us,

O Lady of Divine Gnosis, bless us!

As you have spoken your Holy Vow to remain with us,

So we pray to you, remember your vow: 

Be present with us now and always –

Let us abide in your Holy Company!

Hallelu Miriam! Hallelu Miriam! Hallelu Miriam!

We praise and we bless your Holy Name, Miriam the Magdalene!

Amen and amen.


Tau Malachi 

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Prayer to Holy Sophia: Mother of the Anointed


Hail Sophia, full of the True Light,
Joined with your Divine Consort,

You are the Image of the Virgin of Light,

The Spirit of Truth comes from you;

Holy Sophia, Mother of the Anointed,

Bless and anoint us now, and in the time of our transition,

Receive us and illuminate us in the In-Betweens.

Amen.

We put on our Light-vestures,

Receiving the Mother’s Force,

And uplifting the Serpent Power,

We generate the Body of Light,

And we rise up as the Spiritual Sun,

In you Divine Mother we shine,

Inseparable from all that appears,

We are blessed with True Gnosis,

Pure Radiant Awareness, the Christ;

We join the Light and the Darkness,

And bring all into the perfection of repose,

Dissolving the elements into one another,

We go forth by the Way of the Cross,

White Path, Red Path, Black Path,

Abiding in your Supernal Grace,

Clear Light Joy, Holy Sophia;

In the Union of Awareness and Emptiness,

We gaze as the Holy One of Being,

The Big Face and Little Face joined,

Father and Mother, Groom and Bride united,

The Divine Image appears in the Bridal Chamber,

Self-generating, Self-begetting, the Bornless One,

Pure Supernal Being, Christ Melchizedek;

In you Mother Sophia we shall say with the Perfect Master:

“I Am.”

In you, Mother Sophia, the Living Logos speaks,

Sound-Vibration, Lights and Rays appear,

Patterns of Light and Images of Light,

The radiant display of Divine Mind,

Truth-Consciousness;

The Pleroma and Entirety, the heavens and the earth,

Peaceful, Blissful and Wrathful Emanations,

All is in you and you are in all,

Ain Sof Yah – Sofia.

Amen.

Hail Sophia, full of the True Light,

Joined with your Divine Consort,

You are the Image of the Virgin of Light,

The Spirit of Truth comes from you;

Holy Sophia, Mother of the Anointed,

Bless and anoint us now, and in the time of our transition,

Receive us and illuminate us in the In-Betweens.

Amen.

We look and see the Great Vision,

We abide in the midst of the Palace of Lights,

We listen and hear the Speaking Silence,

We answer the call of your Heavenly Voice,

We open our mind, heart and life to you,

And we arise in the Threefold Body;

Body of Truth, Body of Glory, Body of Emanation,

Rainbow Rays of Belimah, the Matrix of Ain,

In repose and in movement,

All in you, Mother Sophia,

Mother of Enlightenment;

From the Holy Mount of the Skull,

As the Light of the True Cross,

We shine forth from you;

Blessed be our going out and our coming in,

All in you, Mother Sophia!

From within the Empty Tomb,

As the Light of the Spiritual Sun,

We shine forth from you;

Blessed be our going out and our coming in,

All in you, Mother Sophia!

Descending and ascending,

As the Light of the Risen Christ,

We run and return in you;

Blessed be our going out and our coming in,

All in you, Mother Sophia!

Holy Sophia, Mother of Enlightenment,

Bless and empower in this Holy Remembrance;

With these Mystic Words we establish the Holy Seal:

Ah-Yah-Mah

Yah-Ha-Va

Sha-El-Om

We go forth as Divine Emanations,

As Rays of your Supernal Grace and Glory;

May all living spirits and souls be blessed with this Holy Remembrance!

Amen.

Hail Sophia, full of the True Light,

Joined with your Divine Consort,

You are the Image of the Virgin of Light,

The Spirit of Truth comes from you;

Holy Sophia, Mother of the Anointed,

Bless and anoint us now, and in the time of our transition,

Receive us and illuminate us in the In-Betweens.

Amen. Amen. Amen.

*When you pray this prayer the “Hail Sophia” is repeated a number of times. For example, it may be repeated four times every time it occurs in the larger prayer, or you could recite three repetitions the first time, six the second time and nine the last time – or you could choose another symbolic number.

**Ain Sof Yah – Sofia, and the Mystic Words are often taken up as a chant and repeated a number of times in the midst of this prayer.


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Bloodtype Rh negative and our Alien DNA: An otherworldly lineage of a species with amnesia


Much has been said about Rh negative blood and theories which suggest, there is an enigmatic truth sealed away from public knowledge linking humans with Rh negative blood to otherworldly origins.

“Who has fully realized that history is not contained in thick books but lives in our very blood?” – Carl Jung

Humans have four general blood types: A, B, AB and O; a classification derived from proteins found on the surface of cells which are basically designed to wage war against bacteria and viruses in the human body.

Whether Rh negative blood is just a mutation or not is something that has caused debate among researchers. If it were a mutation, then why is it that people who possess Rh negative blood are known for having extra vertebrae? This, just as the blood type, is explained scientifically as being a ‘mutation’.

However, according to modern DNA sequencing, it is demonstrated that humanity as we know it, isn’t just ONE single ‘race’ that descended from the same ancestor in Africa, but a hybridized species, with a far more enigmatic truth behind it all.

Many questions have been raised in the discussion about Rh negative blood. If mankind did, in fact, evolve from a mutual ancient African ancestor, theories state that everyone’s blood would be compatible, but regrettably, this is not the case. This raises numerous questions that science alone has not been able to fully answer. Where did Rh negative blood come from? And why is it that a Rh negative mother carrying Rh positive children tries rejecting her own offspring? Is it possible that this can be explained by a rather controversial theory? A theory which suggests that humanity isn’t in fact one race, but a hybridized species.

The book was written by Robert Sepehr, Species with Amnesia: Our Forbidden History tells us more about the enigmatic blood type Rh-negative. Not only does Species with Amnesia suggest mankind is, in fact, a hybridized species, the author suggests that highly advanced civilizations have been on Earth before us, just to be destroyed by some great global catastrophe, as mysteriously, history tells us.


Sepehr argues that for each race that has died out, another has taken its place, with a selected few holding on to the memories and sacred knowledge of the past race. In our vanity, we think we have discovered some of the great truths of science and technology, but we are in fact only just beginning to rediscover the profound wisdom of past civilizations. In many ways, we are like an awakening Species with Amnesia, yearning to reclaim our forgotten past. –

The Basque people of Spain and France have the highest percentage of Rh negative blood. About 30% have (rr) Rh negative and about 60% carry one (r) negative gene.

“There are 612 primate species and subspecies recognized by the international Union for Conversation of Nature (IUCN), and not one has Rh negative blood”. – Robert Sepehr, Species with Amnesia: Our Forbidden History

Rh factors or ‘Rhesus factor’ was first discovered in the blood of Rhesus monkey. According to Sepehr, if mankind evolved from the same African ancestor their blood would be compatible, but it is not. Nearly 85% of all human beings have RH positive blood, yet ALL royal families have Rh negative blood.

It seems that science cannot answer the question: Where did the Rh negatives come from? Are we in fact a species with amnesia? And is it possible that the truth behind our origins is far more enigmatic than what we think?

Many believe that Rh negative blood would be the legacy that the Anunnaki left on Earth among other things.

Interestingly, the negative RH strain is characteristic, for example, of the British royal family, which has generated controversial theories about a possible extraterrestrial lineage. although this hypothesis has not been confirmed, the disturbing questions it generates floats in the air: how civilized world would react to the fact that a small portion of the Earth’s population has a genetic code that has been altered in the distant past by highly advanced extraterrestrial beings.