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Yod Hei and the Priesthood

“Trust ye in the YHVH forever: for in YH, YHVH is everlasting strength.” -Isaiah 26:4 There is a two-letter name for God: YH (יה), or Yod Hei, pronounced “Yah.” There is a misunderstanding that this is a shortened form of YHVH or Yahveh, more commonly Jehovah. However, this name of God is actually the lost teaching of the Parent Gods, Elohim: Avinu (God the Father) and His wife Shekinah (Queen of Heaven). To some this will mean the male and female portions…

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The Five Levels of Pardes

“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of Truth.” 2 Timothy 2:15 KJV In  rabbinic Judaism there are four types or levels of study called pardes. In Mormon Kabbalah, we add a fifth. These are: P’shat (פְּשָׁט‬) – “surface” is the literal or direct interpretation, taking the words at their most basic and literal meaning. Remez (רֶמֶז‬) – “hints” the allegoric. the hidden or symbolic meaning when we…

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Unconditional Love

“YHVH hath appeared of old unto me, saying: ‘Yea, I have loved thee with an everlasting love: therefore with loving kindness have I drawn thee.’” -Jeremiah 31:3 What is love? Is there a difference between God’s love and mankind’s ideas of love? Does God ever stop loving us? There is an idea out in the world that God will only love us “if.” What must we do then to earn God’s love? Please follow and like us:

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Ayin Hara and the Red Bracelet

“Therefore one who has ayin hara, the evil eye—that is, one who is naturally envious and jealous in disposition—is biased by the spirit of evil; and the sphere wherein they move becomes a power of evil to others and should be avoided, in order to escape injury from them.” -Zohar ‘Why the Animal was Destroyed by the Deluge‘ vs 20-21 One of the most well known traditions in Kabbalah may be the red or scarlet bracelet worn by practitioners. It is חוט…

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Holy Sabbaths, Holy Days

”They observed to keep the law of Moses and the Sabbath day holy unto the Lord.” —Jarom 1:5b OPV, 1:11 RAV The Sabbath is a holy day of rest for all of the Abrahamic religions. The most well know, weekly Sabbath is based on the creation story in the Torah, in the second chapter of Genesis. In Teshuvah, the Sabbath is a day of rest from a week of recreation, growth in Christ’s Grace. The Law of Moses and Christian Sabbath…

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