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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacques de Imbelloni View Post
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    [h=1]Blue White Shop Kabbalah Amulet The Code of Moses Pendant Talisman Silver 925
    This stuff is mostly sold by Evangelicals or new age people.

    However, some Kabbalists do believe in magic; Hassidut takes a lot of inspiration from it.

    Rationalists tend to repudiate it.
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    Kabbalah Talisman for Prosperity and Success with Names of Angels
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    * This hand made in Israel talisman will protect from the negative energy and brings protection, success and abundance. * The amulet is made of silver ...





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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacques de Imbelloni View Post
    Kabbalah Talisman for Prosperity and Success with Names of Angels
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    It just has the names of the 5 main angels on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longbowman View Post
    It just has the names of the 5 main angels on it.
    "brings protection, success and abundance." seems like the same tipe of popular superstition that you can find in every place, jews are not less prone to this supercherie than anybody else.

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    Yeah I didn't say superstition didn't exist amongst Jews, especially in Safed and Jerusalem. That was never the argument. In fact I said it did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longbowman View Post
    Yeah I didn't say superstition didn't exist amongst Jews, especially in Safed and Jerusalem. That was never the argument. In fact I said it did.
    your argument that the Jewish diaspora around the world is more rational than other religious communities is false, you are trying to install the idea that most Jewish people have tertiary education or high incomes wich is false.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacques de Imbelloni View Post
    your argument that the Jewish diaspora around the world is more rational than other religious communities is false, you are trying to install the idea that most Jewish people have tertiary education or high incomes wich is false.
    I have literally said neither of those things, so:

    1) You are trying to 'install' the idea that I said that most Jewish people have tertiary education or high incomes, which is false
    2) You are trying to 'install' the idea that I said that Jewish communities are more rational than others, which is false

    What I said clearly demonstrated I view them as equal or roughly equal in this regard:

    Quote Originally Posted by Longbowman View Post
    This is another lie from Rethel. Many Christians of course believe in magic, especially less-educated people. A small amount of Jews also believe in magic, especially hassidim. However, in both Orthodox Judaism and High Church Catholicism, magic, astrology etc. are considered fiction at best.

    However, both religions must recognise that their scripture does include references to magic, such as the Witch of Endor - therefore denying the existence of magic is blasphemous, hm? nonethless, both religions do deny it, at least in the modern era.
    Quote Originally Posted by Longbowman View Post
    We're defining magic as supernatural powers granted by God. Of course no Jews believe in smoke and mirrors either, but some Hassidim do believe in grand old rabbis who could teleport, and many equally low-class and uneducated Protestants believe in faith healers and the like. I would suggest in both cases a very large majority of the people, and nearly all of the major authorities, do not believe in magic - same in Islam. It's the belief of the commonfolk and would have been more usual 1,000 years ago.

    Now you get to decide if you're just shit at reading English, or you're just lying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longbowman View Post
    I have literally said neither of those things, so:

    1) You are trying to 'install' the idea that I said that most Jewish people have tertiary education or high incomes, which is false
    2) You are trying to 'install' the idea that I said that Jewish communities are more rational than others, which is false

    What I said clearly demonstrated I view them as equal or roughly equal in this regard:






    Now you get to decide if you're just shit at reading English, or you're just lying.
    "in both cases a very large majority of the people, and nearly all of the major authorities, do not believe in magic - same in Islam. "

    Well, that's not necessarily true, you are regarding as magic only accusations of witchcraft and "practical magic" like spells.
    But on a general level the beliefs in supernatural forces that operate in everyday life are present in most cultures, and Im not talking just about religious belief systems, but in the belief of forces like angels, demons, and the belief in canalizing or warding them off by spell or talismans.
    These folk beliefs are not followed by a minority of observant jews, but most of them will engage in some kind of concern for keeping supernatural forces on check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacques de Imbelloni View Post
    "in both cases a very large majority of the people, and nearly all of the major authorities, do not believe in magic - same in Islam. "

    Well, that's not necessarily true, you are regarding as magic only accusations of witchcraft and "practical magic" like spells.
    But on a general level the beliefs in supernatural forces that operate in everyday life are present in most cultures, and Im not talking just about religious belief systems, but in the belief of forces like angels, demons, and the belief in canalizing or warding them off by spell or talismans.
    These folk beliefs are not followed by a minority of observant jews, but most of them will engage in some kind of concern for keeping supernatural forces on check.
    You can argue this, but, but this is deflection. You just said that I said that Jews were better, smarter, richer, etc. You lied.

    You're also wrong about a majority of observant Jews believing in the supernatural, and you're mostly basing this off Kabbalistic doodads you don't understand.

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