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The guise of race in the blood

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There are a few religions which one can only be born into:

The Druze and Alawites are a couple. Judaism is very simple: if your Mother was Jewish then so are you.

It pays to be Jewish. Just say you are a Jew. Whether it is true or not, you are sure to profit. Whether others know it is true or not, you will benefit. At the very least it is an expression of reverence.

Blood lines are considered important by many cultures. It is extraordinairy how many claim to be descendents of Mohammed.

The Father Uncle (Edward VIII) of the ruling Queen of England (Queen Elizabeth II) abdicated (1936), and went to live in an obscure Carabbean Island because he fell in love with a “commoner”. Maybe Princess’ Diana’s end is related to being with a Muslim?

So Jews are not unique in their concern for bloodlines, but I think they police all others accordingly, and take it MOST seriously. Punishing a person’s family is common practice, as we can see in the Israeli law requiring the destruction of a family’s home because a “terrorist” came from it.

There is no room for scandal, no room for anyone not worshiping their ancestors. Indeed it is fashionable to trace one’s family tree. Which is great for some, and obviously not for others.

Probably there is reincarnation, many wise folk say so, & I think that includes Kabbalists. So ancestry is still of interest. Reincarnation normally encompasses a belief that we are living the Kharmic consequences of a previous life. But this Is Not related to blood lines. Indeed we could have been an animal previously.

Well at least anyone can say “in a previous life I was a Jew”. Then they willl not be designated a non-person. There is no room for blood scandal.

Written by morris

January 19, 2010 at 12:48 am

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  1. Found some reincarnation posts, there is more at the source:

    I Died on 9/11

    Several years ago, when my daughter was just over three years old, my husband and I were watching a TV show about 9/11. It was on or around the anniversary of the event. My daughter, who was coloring nearby, looked up when the screen showed a plane hitting one of the World Trade Center buildings. She said to us, “I died there.”

    Then she just went back to coloring like she hadn’t said a word. We had never talked to her about the concept of death, and had never discussed 9/11 with her. Since then she has not said anything else about it, but now if something comes on TV about 9/11, she says, “I don’t want to watch this.”

    So, my husband and I definitely believe in reincarnation after witnessing our daughter’s reaction to the 9/11 show.

    Vicki Pocock



    January 19, 2010 at 10:20 am

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