Secret Teachings of Moses
Sex, the Soul, and God in the Garden of Eden
Aunel va Daath
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See what the religious authorities have hidden (or forgotten) for centuries.
Moses, the great patriarch in the heart of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, wrote the first five books of the Bible or Tanakh, perhaps the most influential books in Western history. Yet, because they were written in Hebrew, a highly symbolic and deeply mystical language, few have revealed the true meanings of the stories and events he described. When you know the Hebrew letters and the structures of Kabbalah, the secret teachings of Moses radiate with stark clarity, and echo throughout the entire range of Jewish and Christian scriptures, especially in the Gospels of Jesus.
This book focuses on the second chapter of Genesis (Bereishit), which establishes the foundation of the Jewish and Christian religions. With this knowledge you can understand the true meaning of Adam and Eve, the Garden of Eden, the presence of the serpent, and all of the rest of the teachings that follow these symbols. Yet, this is not merely scholarly theology: by understanding what Moses actually wrote, anyone can see the true basis of human suffering and how to change it.
• Unveils the true foundation of the greatest Western religions
• Restores the practical focus of true spirituality
• Solidly rooted in Kabbalah and the Hebrew letters
Enlightening, Provocative and Lucid
Students of Kabbalah, Alchemy and mysticism will welcome this refreshing and revitalizing text on the Genesitic mysteries. This book explains the occult symbolism contained within the teachings of Moshe (Moses): Adam and Eve, the serpent, and the Garden of Eden, primarily through the esoteric meaning of the Hebrew letters.
Unlike numerous texts on Kabbalah, this book is very different since it is one hundred percent practical and based on objective inquiry, internal investigation and the universal consensus of the world's great scriptures. It demonstrates that the Garden of Eden is not some mythological place outside of ourselves, that Adam and Eve were not literal people in the past, but spiritual archetypes that must be understood, developed and realized within ourselves, here and now. Such conclusions are derived from studying the original code and language of these texts, which is the Hebraic Kabbalah.
The Hebrew alphabet contains, with its twenty-two characters, the entire meaning of the Tanakh or holy scriptures of Judaism. Since humanity was never initiated into the actual meaning of the Hebrew letters or its Kabbalistic tradition, available translations of the Old Testament fail to convey the rich dynamism and profound depth of Moshe's teaching. Without comprehension of the esoteric meaning of the Hebrew letters, it is impossible to properly interpret and understand the teachings given within the Old Testament, as well as the Christian and Muslim traditions that follow.
To properly interpret the Hebraic scriptures, one must go to the source. Most people read these sacred books literally, ignoring that these teachings, especially the secret teachings of Moses, were written in Kabbalistic code, forming the basis of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The basis of this Kabbalistic code is Hebrew.
This book establishes a powerful introduction into such mysteries, and can provide extensive tools for further study of the scriptures. This is an essential text for students and teachers of religion, particularly within the Judeo-Christian-Islamic faiths. If you are looking for a scientific, mystical and cultured explanation of these religions, and more importantly, how they apply to your spiritual life, then you will truly find this book to be enlightening, inspiring and transformative.