How Old Is The Universe? Kabbala Knew LONG Before Today’s “Science”

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I love the bible thumpers who say the universe is a mere 6,000 years old. And then there are those who denounce the bible because they think it says… the universe is 6,000 years old. It says nothing of the kind. Why is the bible the only book that people feel they have a right to critique without having read it? Modern science says the universe is about 14,000,000,000 years old. Well, over 600 years ago a rabbi named Isaac ben Samuel of Acre did computations based upon the Torah (not the OLD TESTAMENT, folks, the Torah) and found that the universe is… 14,353,000,000 years old.  It took our modern religion of “science” centuries to catch up with the old man.

The 6,000 year thing comes from the notion that Adam and Eve were created roughly 6,000 years ago. Were that true, it means nothing since the Kabbala states that people were created millions of years before Adam and Eve. Did you know that? Look carefully at Genesis and you will see that before Adam and Eve, the Elohim created “…mankind in our image, in our likeness… So [Elohim] created mankind in his own image, in the image of [God he] created them; male and female he created them.” Genesis 1:26-27 which precedes Adam and Eve. This answers the question of where Cain’s wife came from, BTW, a question which people who think they have “trapped” biblical scholars ignorantly consider a real poser. This inanity comes from mouthing off about a book they never actually read. That goes for most holier-than-thou xians as well. Take disgraced senate loon Rick Santorum who always carries three bibles with him… He admitted in 2005 “I’ve never read the Bible cover to cover…” meaning he has never read it at all… It is an interesting book. But it is a fable. A fable and a magickal primer. As Lon Milo Duquette has so wisely said of the bible, “These texts were crafted by mystics possessed of profound understanding of the universe and the mysteries of human existence. At a time when writing was reserved for priests and royalty, they used poetry and parables to express thoughts that everyday language could not accommodate. They assembled the phrases with great art from individual words that conveyed an even deeper level of truth; and finally, each word was made up of unique symbolic letters, each of which revealed yet another story-a story so profound and abstract it could only be told and understood in the pure language of numbers and mathematics. These sages were full-time holy guys. They wrote this stuff for other full-time holy guys, and the tiny segment of every generation who would be equipped with the intelligence, the spiritual drive (and leisure time) necessary to embark upon a lifelong quest for enlightenment. I assure you, these ancient mystics would have produced a radically different body of work had they in their wildest nightmares imagined that in some future dark age their secret coded scriptures would be seized by half-witted and sadistic European cannibals and interpreted literally, like some grotesque and racist history book.” (The Chicken Qabalah of Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford)

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One Response to “How Old Is The Universe? Kabbala Knew LONG Before Today’s “Science””

  1. Catholics Have Agreed With Evolution For Decades | Rev. E. M. Camarena's Blog Says:

    […] And they are not alone in their understanding of science. As I noted several posts back, ancient Jewish Kabbalists set the age of the universe to just what the scientists of today say… only they did it CENTURIES AGO! See that post here AT THIS LINK. […]

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