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  1. Hi Levi, I studied Kabbalah for the first three levels and some Zohar texts, really out of personal interest in Theology.I am not yet a true practitioner of any form as i have been reluctant to commit. I am also interested in the idea of spiritual alchemy and the occult and have researched various writers/practitioners which led me to your site. Having read most of your section on the counterfeit messiah I do think you make some clever/informed connections and I agree with many of your views especially about worshiping false gods etc but I do have questions with regards to your absolute convictions in the word of Jesus (Yahshua) as the only path to God.
    I see Jesus as a person who spoke the word of God through his scriptures and actions, therefore that is open to much interpretation?
    Can I ask if you believe that the Zohar is the Torah translated? As I understand The Torah are the books of Moses and the Zohar is the book of Abraham (The book of spendour). I am interested in your views about ‘The light’ and ‘The vessel’ and about enlightenment and consciousness.
    Do you read Hebrew/Aramaic? With regards to your writings I found they did become a little difficult to follow and I tried to find what is was that you truly believe as many of your findings seem to simply state connections. Am I to understand that you dismiss all deity worship in favour of the word of Jesus. If so what are your opinions on enlightenment through meditation and the idea that the Temple is our body and we can reach god through meditation and our pineal gland (third eye) Surely this is something that can only benefit mankind?
    Apologies if you have detailed these aspects in your site, It is quite extensive reading.
    Thank you for taking time to read this and for your interesting writings.

  2. Hello Sophie,
    Sorry for the delayed response. I have read parts of the Zohar myself for theological reasons, not to put into practice. I do not believe the Zohar is the Torah translated but there is some merit in the writings. I believe the Zohar is fruit from the tree of knowledge (both good and evil).
    I do believe that Jesus is the only way to God, yet I believe that God wants all to come to repentance unto salvation. YHWH is the God of all, who loves all (John 3:16) and desires that all come to salvation (2 Peter 3:9; 1 Timothy 2:4) through Yahshua/Jesus who is the revelation of His name/memorial/character. My view on this is written more in the study All the Ends of the World Shall Remember
    https://littleguyintheeye.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/all-the-ends-of-the-world-shall-remember/

    I do read Hebrew (not much Aramaic) but I’m not an expert yet. I still rely a lot upon lexicons and so forth. You are right about my studies, I try not to put too much of my opinions but try to simply share the connections the Lord has shown me and ‘let the chips fall where they may.’

    I think the pineal gland issue must be approached carefully as there are a lot of spiritual dangers associate with this. I do not discount everything about it though as it is a bodypart which God has put within man and does have fascinating functions in connection with worship of the Creator.
    I’ve written some on the dangerous side of the pineal gland:
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/67036281/pineal-gland

    As for the Kabbalistic view of light and vessel, I haven’t written out my thoughts on these. Perhaps in a future study :) I have written on the dangers of the Kabbalah though in a few studies, in particular:
    Mark of the Beast 11 – Zionism
    https://littleguyintheeye.wordpress.com/2011/02/26/mark-of-the-beast-11-zionism/

    Sorry again for the delayed response and short answers. If you have more questions let me know or if you want more detailed answers, I will try to get to them as soon as possible.

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