How does the Jewish occult magic of the Cabala work?

How does the Cabala work in simple terms? To begin with, there isn’t a lot of God talk. As Yehuda explains, the world already has far too much of the “My god is better than your god” mentality. Kabbalists instead use the term “light.” Light is perfection, and light desires nothing but to give indefinitely. As a result, there is no such thing as “praying” to the light. Instead, the goal is to “make a connection” with the light, to become more like light itself; that is, to give.

Here I remind the readers that the Satanic Temple describes itself as being “the beacon of light”. Light here, means Satan. So, in Cabala, each time they mention the word ‘light’ it means ‘Satan’. The same is in the freemasonry occultist and satanic rituals. To be satanic dear readers, you don’t need to put the cross upside down or wear a black robe. That is the image they tried to sell us but which is also Satanism. However, other form of Satanists who endorse the Satanic belief, philosophy and religion, are those that come to you in deceit and as we have seen, the satanic belief pertains to the Elite.

In Cabala, there is a lot of talk about electricity—neutrons, protons, and, most importantly, energy. In mid-December, at the New York book party for The Red String Book at DKNY, an ecstatic Donna Karan explains that it was energy, in part, that drew her to Kabbalah. “I pick up on energy because I work with energy,” says the author. I will write about this red string concept in another piece.

Today’s Kabbalah is not only practised in freemason lodges. It has spread its tentacles everywhere and with many, including women, so that they can influence the public’s perception. Thus, it is now practised by thousands of people worldwide, many of whom are not Jewish.  All of the important, glossy texts—written by the Rav or either of his two rabbi sons, Yehuda, 32, and Michael, 31—are prominently displayed for easy reading. These revered texts, printed in large print, sometimes with bold pink or red capitals, make promises that were previously unthinkable: “total fulfillment,” “power of prosperity,” and “endless joy,” which, The Power of Kabbalah assures us, includes “the joy of sex and the ecstasy of chocolate.”

Among the most notorious of cabalists were the TV comedy stars of the once top rated “The Jerry Seinfeld Show” whose producer was Larry David, a Jew, and all four of the cast were Jews, and cabalistic hand signs, occult language, and magic rituals were covertly planted in many episodes. Jason Alexander, who played the loveable loser “George Costanza” on the show, posed for TV Guide magazine in a blatantly cabalistic body pose.  Plus, his left and right hands gave the “El Diablo” horned devil sign in an “As Above, so Below” gesture.  Michael Richards, who portrayed the klutzy “Kramer” in Seinfeld, also seems to relish giving cabalistic and Masonic hand signs and gestures. Richards was pictured on the front cover of the Scottish Rite Journal, and inside the publication, he told of how pleased he is to be a Freemason.[1]

Star Trek’s Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock) used to constantly be sighted in cabalistic poses. His famous Vulcan hand sign on the TV series was actually the Hebrew Letter, Shin.[2]

[1] Scottish Rite Journal cover, September 2000

[2] “Gestures and Handshakes: Mr. Spock’s Vulcan Greeting,”

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