Saturday, April 18, 2009

Judaic Skull Magick Of Babylon Meets The Kabbalistic New Age Star-People Of Today

Photo taken from the Star-People of the Netherlands


Last update - 13:34 13/04/2009

'Ancient Jews Used Skulls In Ceremonies Despite Ban'

By Ofri Ilani, Haaretz Correspondent,
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Newly published archaeological evidence attests to the fact that ancient Jews used human skulls in ceremonies, despite a strict Halakhic prohibition on touching human remains.

British researcher Dan Levene from the University of Southampton published findings in Biblical Archaeological Review about the human skulls, known as incantation bowls, some of which bear inscriptions in Aramaic.

The skulls were unearthed in present-day Iraq (formerly Babylonia) and are believed to have been used during the Talmudic era. At least one of them appears to be that of an anonymous woman.

"When I presented these findings in Israel, people told me, 'It is not possible that this is Jewish,'"
said Levene. "But it is certainly Jewish."

Read entire Haaretz Article here


Ceremonial Skulls Used by Ancient Jews?

April 17, 2009

Despite a specific rule within Halakhic (Jewish religious laws) forbidding contact with human remains, new archaeological evidence uncovered in Iraq supports the theory that ancient Jews used human skulls for ceremonial purposes. The skulls, which date to the Talmudic era, (ca.500-200 C.E.), are believed to have been incantation bowls, the primary purpose of which was to ward off demons and ghosts. In this case, they seem to have been used in desperate situations within the ancient Jewish community.

EXCERPT: "One of the Berlin Museum (incantation) skulls, however, bears a more extensive text. Parts of 16 lines have survived. The text mentions the son and grandson of Lilith, seven angels and Gabriel."

EXCERPT: "LILITH. In early Mesopotamian traditions, Lilith demons were thought to roam the earth, attacking birthing mothers and their infants. Later, in the medieval period, Lilith is identified as the rebellious first wife of Adam as the serpent in Michelangelo’s painting of the Temptation on the Sistine Chapel ceiling. Two of the five known Aramaic incantation skulls make reference to Lilith: A skull at the University of Pennsylvania refers to “Liliths” in the plural and a skull at the Berlin Museum mentions the son and grandsons of the demoness."

Click here for summary of Biblical Archeology Review

Click here for Levene's entire findings from Biblical Archeology Review


Shlomo Moussaieff

Based in Herzliya, Israel, Mr Shlomo Moussaieff has the world's largest private collection of Biblical antiquities and Jewish symbols. He recently acquired the rare magick incantation skulls.

Click here to see some of his collections.


Photo taken from the Netherlands "Star-People" gathers kindred interest:

Rare Magic Inscription on Human Skull

Click here for Star People article

Click here for the Star-People


"There are two kinds of necromancy: the one where the dead is raised by naming him, the other where he is invoked by means of a skull."

--The Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin 65b

Thank you Michael Hoffman for your "Rabbinic Skull Magic" lead and for your scholarly work in "Judaism Discovered".


Photo taken from the Star-People


johnny said...

You can't even make this stuff up in Hollywood anymore.

This is stranger than fiction.

The majority of Christians that I have discussed this event with are absolutely shocked. Some are of course in denial.

But then again they wouldn't be if they read Michael Hoffman's Judaism Discovered: A Study of the Anti-Biblical Religion of Racism, Self-Worship, Superstition and Deceit.

Hoffman's Christian-pedia book details the complexity and misconceptions of the Judaic belief system.

Jesus and the disciples would confirm Hoffmans findings.

The truth is bringing liberty to the captives.


Anonymous said...

Although I do not agree with Hoffman's webiste I did get a friend to go in with me for the price of his book. I admit did not know what I thought I knew about Judaism and now since this incantation skull bowls has surfaced you can't disreagrd the evidence.

Anonymous said...

To disregard this evidence because it was pre-written in Hoffman's work is derisory.