martes, 31 de mayo de 2011

¿Quienes son los "Judíos" Mesiánicos y Netzaritas?

 Por Irving Gatell.

Ellos se presentan a sí mismos como "judíos que aceptan que Yehoshúa es el Mesías". Y van más lejos: insisten en que un verdadero judío puede creer y seguir a Yehoshúa, sin perder su identidad judía.

En el libro FALSOS JUDÍOS, FALSO MESÍAS, analizó la historia y la ideología de estos grupos, enfocándome en tres puntos concretos:

1. Se originaron en iglesias cristianas. De ningún modo surgieron de manera espontánea desde el Judaísmo. Al revisar el momento, contexto y circunstancias en que surgieron, es claro que se trata de Protestantismos heterodoxos y radicales, y desde ningún punto de vista -social o antropológico- son Judaísmo.

2. Sus escencias doctrinales son cien por ciento cristianas. No han roto en ningún punto con los dogmas que el Cristianismo empezó a construir desde el siglo II. Por lo tanto, no pueden ser definidos de otro modo más que como Cristianismo.

3. Su principal propuesta es el intento de recuperar, reconstruir o restaurar el tipo de Judaísmo que practicó Yehoshúa, y apelan a que es un Judaísmo anterior al Judaísmo Rabínico. Para ello, recurren a muchos argumentos pseudo-científicos: el supuesto perfil judío original del Nuevo Testamento, la convicción de que Pablo fue un judío observante y promovió la observancia de la Torá, la recuperación de la versión original del evangelio de Mateo en el manuscrito de Shem Tob ben Itzjak ben Shaprut.
Sin embargo, en cada tema la evidencia demuestra que sus análisis de la información siempre son incompletos, parciales, e incluso tendenciosos.

Yendo a fondo con la misma información que ellos ponene sobre la mesa, voy a la recuperación de los elementos verdaderamente judaicos del Nuevo Testamento, especialmente del Evangelio de Mateo.

Y el resultado es muy diferente a lo que ellos dicen: un Yehoshúa demasiado humano, que -en definitiva- no es el Mesías.

lunes, 30 de mayo de 2011

Yeshu: the lamb of Baal and the essence of paganism

Yeshu: the Lamb of Baal 
and the essence of paganism

‘At the next day, Yochanan saw Yeshu coming to him, and he said: Behold the Lamb of g-d which takes away the sin of the world’.
-Gospel of John 1:29

1.                  Introduction.

Recently, I argued with a person of “messianic” faith (hebraized evangelical christianism) who told me that as a Jew I had to believe in Yeshu ben-Pandira because he was slain for our sins and because he was the Lamb of G-d, then referred to me that Yeshu was akin to the Matzah (unleavened bread) consumed during Passover, and that was my "salvation". Unfortunately this person does not know the Semitic background of the word Sheh (שה-lamb or goat) in the context of Avodat HaBa'al (עבודת בעל Ba'al-Worship), which illustrate the background of such pagan designation he was associated with a deity, as in the case of the “New Testament."

2.                  India: the bull god.

The ancient deities in India have one of these: Indra, compared constantly to a bull or lamb. [1]

3.                  Iran: the ram of god.
In Iran, they had a copy of Indra, called Verethragna, who used to appear to Zarathustra in the form of a bull, ram, lamb and even like wild boar (Yasht, XIV, P. 7-25), “others symbols of the male spirit and the elemental powers of the blood”.[2]  Sometimes, Indra was called also “Lamb” (Mesha; cfr. R. V, i, 51,1). Those same animal epiphanies are found in Rudra, the pre-arian divinity that India assimilated; Rudra is the father of the mammoths and an ancient hymn remembers him (R.V., II, 34:2) like:
 “Rudra the bull created them on the clear cloud of Prishni”
Under his taurine form, that divinity made an unity with the goddess cow under cosmic proportions.  Prishni is one of his names.

4.                  The Bull, the Lamb and the Thunder.
The bull and the thunder were conjugated symbols since ancient times (2400 BCE) in union with weather deities [3].  The roar of the bull and the thunder were an epiphany of the fertilizing force. That is why we constantly find them in the iconography, rituals and myths of the weather gods of Africa, Asia and ancient Europe. In pre-arian India the bull was present in prehistoric sites of Mohenjo-Daro cults and Baluchistan. In paleo-oriental cultures, "power" was primarily symbolized by the bull, in Acadian, "break the horn" amounted to "break the power". The god was also represented as Harinna, a sacred animal in the form of a bull.
Later, Sumerians and Babylonians developed a type of trinity: Enlil, Bel and Ningala.  The first one was the god of the water and he was who provoke the universal flood.[4]   Bel was symbolized as a mighty warrior [5]  and his wife, Ningala, “the huge cow”, ummun rebetum, “the great mother” was invoked by the name of Beltu or Belit, meaning “Madame”.[6]

5.                  Baal, the bull god.
Tel-Khafaje in one of the most known pagan sanctuaries because inside there was an image of a bull and the “mother goddess”[7].  The god Il, who occupied a high place in the paleo-phoenician pantheon, was called “Shor” (bull) and also “Compassionate Bull” [8]P, but this god was supplanted in ancient times by Baal (בעל) “Master or Lord”, according to Dussaund, Baal was the image of the idol Hadad[9].  Baal-Hadad make his voice listened in the thunders. The ancient phoenicians compared Hadad to a Bull; the newly discovered texts says: “the strength of Baal, with his horns, hurt Mot, like wild bulls” [10] and in the myth known as “The House os Baal”, the death of Baal is compared like the death of a bull: “That’s like Baal fell, like a Bull”.
There’s no surprise that Baal had a couple, Asherat (Anat, Ashtart, אשרה, אנט, אשטרת), and his son, Aliyan (עליען) was a divinity of the water, the fertility and vegetation [11].  The bulls were sacrificed to Baal (remember the scene of Eliahu hanavi and the prophets of baal in the Carmel mount). The Assyrian form of baal, Bel (בל), was worshiped like “divine bull” and sometimes he was called “the great Ram”[12].

6.                  The divine Lamb according the greeks, and the revelation of Yeshu.
The pagan doctrines of Baal evolved and made presence in Greece.  For ancient greeks, there was a tradition, a ceremony of using some man like a scape-goat
"In ancient Greek, there was a tradition on wich one selected man served as carrier of the sins of the polis (city). He was called "pharmakos" (magic man) [13] who was dressed with special clothes and were crowned with a crown made of plants [14]. Dyonisius (the god the greek brought from india) was a Pharmakos that was killed for the "sin of the world" [15]. In that procession, he walked to get out of the city and on the road people gathered to insult and cry, to hit that man [16]. Also the participants received hits and were scared by masked men [17].   The annual ceremony in his memory was made in the road to Eleusis... that was the origin of the later christian Via Dolorosa (Way of Suffering).   Just in the same way, Yeshu said about himself like a pharmakos:
They will mock him, spit on him, flog him with a whip, and kill him (Mark 10:34)
In all those pagan ceremonies, there was a sacrifice of a Lamb (or a Bull), the animal was killed and then all pagan worshipers were covered by the blood of sacrifice, and at the conclusion of the ceremony, they were considered as "Born Again" because they had been "washed in the blood of the lamb."
Paul the gnostic wizard wrote: “without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness” (Hebrews 9:22). It presents Yeshu like “the Lambd of G-d” whose destiny was the sacrifice.  The notzrim (Christians, “messianics” and Nazarenes/natzratim) talk about “born again” by washing their clothes “in the blood of the lamb” (Revelations 7:14).
Those metaphors are an echo of the mysteries of Atis.  They were bloody rituals. In modern world we don’t presence the killing of animals for eating, they’re done in closed locations,[18]. In the rite of Tauronolium (sacrifice of bull), the animal was killed in a platform with holes and the blood passed through them and fell over the worshipers.  At the conclusion, the worshipers were considered as “born again”.  The poor ones were satisfied with the sacrifice of a lamb and they “washed themselves in the blood of the lamb.”[19]
In the mysteries of Mithras, like in christianism, those rituals were celebrated in a symbolic way (bread and wine in a table).
“You have washed us through the shed of the eternal blood”
Those words were put on an inscription, but do not refer to Yeshu, but Mithras [20]  and centuries after, the notzrim (Christians) expressed the same word but using them for Yeshu.
Also an egyptian poet worshiped to his dead and resurrected savior, Osiris, with words that can be used by christians for their Yeshu without any problem:
“Have you been sacrificed? Do they say you have dead for them? You’re nor dead, you live forever! You’re more alive than them, because you’re the mystic sacrifice.  He’s their Lord, alive and young forever.”[21]

In the same way of natzrut (Christianity), the Pagan Mysteries had the teaching of “original sin”.  For Plato, the soul was jailed inside of the body as a punishment for an ancient sin [22]. According Empedocles, the gentiles go from a place to other in order to purge the guilt contracted in the divine world [23].  Those “Mysteries” taught that the original sin consisted in setting apart from god [24]. The mortal sacrifice of a god-man, or a sacred animal, symbolized the death of the bad soul, the rebirth of the divine nature which resurrect and elevated to unite itself with the god in order to expiate the sin.

7.                  Conclusion.
We have seen how the bull, the ram, the lamb has been linked with pagan customs in the symbolism of the redemption of sins… “The lamb of god which take away the sin of the world”.  But we are commanded:
“You shall not follow their customs” Vayikra 20:23.

And RaMBa”M said in Moreh Nebuchim:
“Which was very known and disseminated as a worship of idols, or which was destined for it, has been banned.  Those pagan customs were forbidden because they led to idolatry…”
RaMBa”M, Moreh Nebuchim- Guide for the Perplex, Vol II, 37.

The new presentation of “messianics” and Nazarenes is nothing but worship to baal disguised and “hebraized” with the Greco-latin paganism.

Let’s remember the words of Eliahu hanabi:

 ‘Ad-matai atém posjim al-sh’te haseipim im-HaShem haElokim leju, ajarav ve’im-haBa’al leju ajarav’
(‘¿How long will you waver between two ways? If HaShem is G-d, follow him; but if Baal is G-d, follow him)…
1 Kings 18:21.

In Orach HaEmet, we repeat for our readers the words of Eliahu the prophet, and we would like to every single jew realize that:
“HaShem is G-d.  HaShem is G-d.”
Aleph Melajim / 1 Kings 18: 39.

[1] Oldenberg, Religión des Veda, 2ª. Ed., p.74; Hillebrandt, Vedische Mythologie, 2ª. Ed. 1929, vol. II, p. 148.
[2] Benveniste-Renou, Vrtra et Vrtragna, p. 33.
[3] cfr.Malten, Der Stier in Kult u. mytschemm Bild, p.110 ss.
[4] Furlani, Religione babilonese-assira, I, p. 118.
[5] Ibidem p. 118.
[6] ibídem. P 120.
[7] Autran, Préhistorie du chistianisme, I, p. 67.
[8] Dussaud, Les decouvertes de Ras Shamra, 2ª., ed., p. 95.
[9] Mythologie phénicienne, p. 362 ss; Le vrai nom de Ba’al-Hadad passim; Les décienne, p. 362.
[10] Dussaund, Sanctuarie, p. 258.
[11] Ibidem. Mythologie, p- 370 ss. Découvertes, p. 115ss.
[12] Dara-gal; Autran, Preshistorie, I, p. 69 ss.
[13] J. Harrison, 1992, p. 220. The word “pharmacy” comes from this word. A pharmakos was a formula and a banishing spell. In an ancient writing of the early christians/nazarenes, Ignatius of Antioch, describes the eucharist like “pharmakos tes Zoes”, the medicine of the immortal life”, read R. J. Hoffmann, 1987, p. 16.
[14] W.F. Otto, 1965, pp. 1965, pp. 38-39: “The Pharmakos is obligated to walk through the city to absorb all the sins.”
[15] The meaning of ritual sacrifices in the Torah are contrary to these kind of pagan rituals. The greek tragedy born in the Dyonisius’ rituals and the tragodoi were the cantors who took the lamb for the sacrifice, read W. Burkert, 1985, p. 102.  An intriguing manifestation of those kind of rituals for “city purification” happened in the birthday of Socrates , the day remembered like the day “on which the Athenians purify the city”, read J. Harrison, 1922, p. 97. Also Lisias tell us that the Thirty Tyrants decreed the political asylum of Socrates and others as a form of purification: a purge in the medical sense and in the political sense of the word, read W. Bukert, 1985, p. 83.  Those fragments suggest that come centuries after tje Socrates death, his disciples tried to link his destiny with the “Pharmakos”, the scape-goat of the city.  The same theme appears in the life of Yeshu of Nazareth.
[16] J. Harrison, 1922, p. 99.
[17] W. Burkert, 1985, p. 105.
[18] Inside Judaism, the most you can see is what’s written:
“the fulfillment of the mitzvah aseh (positive commandment) of eating the flesh of a wild or domestic animal, or a bird, it’s to make the shechita, after of which, they can be eaten, as it’s written: “you shall sacrifice your flocks.” (Devarim 12:21)
 RaMBa”M,Ya”d Jazakah, Hilchot Shechita cap.1:1.”
[19] J. Godwin, 1981, p. 111.
[20] R. Turcan, 1992, p. 226.
[21] M.A. Murray, 1949, p. 74.
[22] Plato, Kratilo, 4000c: “Because some say that body is the tomb of the souls, and it can be said that it’s buried in our actual life. The Orphic Poets had the impression that the soul suffers the punishment for the sin”.
[23] Kirk y Raven, 1957, p.352. According Empedocles, the fallen soul is banished from “the blessed ones.”
[24] W.K.C. Guthurie, 1952, pp. 72-73. After analyzing a lot of orphic material recently discovered, Guthurie writes:
“"Looking back so, draw our attention not only contrasts with the prevailing religious types of V century Greece, but also, not least, the similarities with Christianity. Among the features it has in common with the original Orphism, communion and parts of his eschatology.” 1952, p. 207.

domingo, 22 de mayo de 2011

¿Bajó a enseñar cómo vivir la Torah? eso es Anti-Torah.

Pregunte a un cristiano/misionero (o como se llame): ¿Para qué fue necesario que viniera tu mesías por primera vez?  La respuesta que le de significará la expresión verbal del gnosticismo al que ellos le deben su origen.  Le explicamos:
Los gnósticos entendían el mundo como aquella creación hecha por un dios llamado demiurgo.
Demiurgo se caracterizaba por se torpe, inepto, perverso e ignorante; que sólo puede hacer avanzar a su creación a través del ensayo y el error. Crea y destruye, crea y cambia, crea y tiene Plan A, plan B, etc.

Los cristianos (inclúyase misioneros) también conservan en el ADN de sus creencias ésta fidelidad a sus orígenes gnósticos.  Para ellos, el D-s del Tanaj (a quien descaradamente adjudican la personalidad de Demiurgo) tuvo la mala suerte e ineptitud de fallar en su plan con Israel y mediante ése tosco ensayo se dio cuenta que todo merecía un "Plan B", así, adueñándose de una figura mesiánica en la persona de Yeshu, creyeron encontrar una nueva creación, un nuevo orden de cosas.

El discurso del gnóstico Saulo de Tarso ("rav shaul" como lo llaman dentro de las nuevas mutaciones de cristianismo mal-hebraizado) es fiel a esta cosmovisión gnóstica:

"De modo que si alguno está en Kristos (mashiaj), nueva criatura es, las cosas viejas pasaron, todas son hechas nuevas (renovadas)" (2 Cor. 5:17).

Casi toda su carta a los Hebreos la dedica a ésto, a tratar de seducir a los judíos hacia un gnosticismo disfrazado de Tanaj: nuevo pacto, renovación del pacto, nuevo sacerdocio, ley como sombras de lo nuevo, etc.
Los misioneros imitadores de este brujo charlatán, ahora hacen lo mismo tratando de borrar los límites y de tomar cosas cabalísticas y de jasidut para mal-disfrazar su neo cristianismo arriano hebraizado y continuando con el avance de la vieja cábala cristiana, pervertir a cuantas almas no puedan; hablan del "jasidut de shaul", charlatanes que saben que su invento jorobado y amorfo es fácilmente desenmascarado.

Saulo de Tarso pensaba que el D-s de los judíos era como un Demiurgo, un ser imperfecto que a través de su "avongelio" estaba comenzando a hacer cosas nuevas, una restauración mística de todas las fuerzas a través de la Nueva Creación.  Para él y los suyos, la Torah no es perfecta, no puedo hacer ni mejorar nada, era un error que necesitaba una remanufacturación. Es por eso que los cristianos a su compendio de libros lo llaman "Nuevo Testamento" y los misioneros los renombran como "Pacto Renovado/Código Real" o "KeTeR".

Uno de los fundamentos de la fe cristiana (y de su extensión, la fe nazarena) es que Yeshu TUVO que venir a enseñar de verdad como era que debía vivirse la Torah. Para los misioneros, el D-s del Tanaj (rabioso y con sus planes fallidos) tuvo que idear un plan B para poder restaurar las cosas a su sentido original, ¿cómo? a través de la nueva creación -ellos mismos- (¡vaya ego!).  Ellos se creen los restaurados, las ramas injertadas, los nuevos Israel, los que verdaderamente saben cómo se debe vivir la Torah, los que comprenden todo y le dan un sentido ético a la Torah que no existía antes.

¡Qué gran CONTRADICCIÓN respecto a la Torah! porque lejos de todo ese ideal tonto de renovación, de una nueva creación, de un modo diferente de cómo D-s se ve obligado a obrar ("por la desobediencia judía" según afirman), existe desde que fue dada, una advertencia en la Torah (Dvarim 30:11-12):

כִּי הַמִּצְוָה הַזֹּאת, אֲשֶׁר אָנֹכִי מְצַוְּךָ הַיּוֹם--לֹא-נִפְלֵאת הִוא מִמְּךָ, וְלֹא רְחֹקָה הִוא
לֹא בַשָּׁמַיִם, הִוא:  לֵאמֹר, מִי יַעֲלֶה-לָּנוּ הַשָּׁמַיְמָה וְיִקָּחֶהָ לָּנוּ, וְיַשְׁמִעֵנוּ אֹתָהּ, וְנַעֲשֶׂנָּה

"Porque esta mitzvá que te mando no es difícil para tí, ni está lejana. 
No está en los cielos para que digas: '¿quién subirá a los cielos y nos la traerá, y nos hará oirla (comprender) para que la hagamos?'.'"

Nosotros no necesitamos de ése demiurgo torpe e inepto que se equivoca, y que los misioneros han disfrazado como D-s del Tanaj.  No necesitamos de ningún mesías falso bajado del cielo que supuestamente venga a enseñarnos como es que se debe vivir la Torah, no necesitamos de una mafia de mentirosos que venga a decirnos que nuestra Torah necesita reforma o una nueva (o renovada) forma de vivirse.
Lo que los cristianos predican es un mito gnóstico de renovación, de un ídolo, dios de los errores, de ensayos fallidos y "nuevas creaciones."

No lo creímos hace dos mil años, no lo creeremos ahora, por mucho que se esfuercen en tratar de hebraizarlo y de disfrazarlo.

miércoles, 4 de mayo de 2011

Pablo/Shaul el nazareno (gnóstico): el hombre que inventó a Yeshua/Jesús


Pablo (Shaul, como lo llaman los misioneros; o Simón el Mago, como lo demuestra la historia) fue el brujo artífice del culto gnóstico de los fieles nazarenos.  Sus aporte consistió en amalgamar el misticismo pagano con conceptos manipulados de cabala a fin de fundar una nueva doctrina mesianista órfica tomando para tal propósito a la persona de Yeshua, un falso mesías y guerrillero (ver: Yeshu de Natzrat, el sedicioso y asesino y confirmado por la historia judía en el Toldot Yeshu) que reclamaba descender del Rey David pero que no fue aceptado como tal por saberse que su madre y su padre aunque eran ricos (y cercanos al gobierno corrupto impuesto por Roma) eran en realidad de dudosa procedencia; y que el tal mito "davídico" (pésimamente presentado por los incongruentes evangelios) no era sino una farsa repetida de él y tantos otros megalómanos y falsos mesías de su época mediante genealogías fantasiosas (como las de los evangelios).

Robert Ambelain, explora los escritos paulinos a la luz de la historia y descubre en ellos numerosas contradicciones, errores (horrores) y alteraciones hechas de manos de los copistas eclesiásticos del siglo IV.

Puede descargar el libro:

O leerlo online:

Pablo El Hombre Que Invento a Jesucristo