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Yakov ben Eliyahu

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PostSubject: The Book of Admors   Thu Dec 22, 2011 3:30 pm

Spinozist Creed

Hashem is not out of this world: Hashem is Nature, Omni-substantial, Product of his own creation.

Existential Nature is infinite in it's possibilities.

Nature consists of two attributes that are perceived by humans: the extent and thought.

Joy is the narrow path to Tov, Sadness the path to Ra.

Hashem exists not only as a description of the object, but also as itself: it is its own Perfect Truth.

The result is the contribution of an object or one feeling to the individual: it is Tov(and the Joy it brings) or Ra (and Sadness it brings).

The good and evil do not exist: Hashem does not think, it is.

Morality is human. Nature knows only Tov or Ra, relative to a subject and a given situation.

Nature is eternal, for what it is, and each of its components accordingly.

An object is essentially made up of the infinite attributes of Nature, inseparable the ones of the others.

The body and the spirit are parallel one to another, the same with all the attributes of the same object, as a mode of Wide and a way of thinking of the human one.

The free man being born in the south, coming from the north, being nourished in the east, and showing the path from the wise who have waited. This non-messiah will come one day because it is statistically inevitable.

Man can not be defined by itself: he is the product of his surroundings. The free man chooses affects whom he is engaged to improve its conatus, its power of life.

Freedom to be what one wishes causes the joy, in condition of not being surrounded slaves:
the Spinozist likes the freedom of the others as much as his.

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PostSubject: Re: The Book of Admors   Thu Dec 22, 2011 3:31 pm


The funeral ritual Spinoza is led by an Admor with the help of just one. The Admor pronounce all the blessings, hymns, awards, demonstrations ... He is master of speech. It also decided that after every word of the intervention of the Just. The Fair is in charge of the entire body and their supported. It makes an appearance at the ceremony and ensure that the Admor can officiate in the best possible conditions. In their interventions after the Admor has explicitly requested the intervention of the Just, it can punctuate every action by an indication of what to do (toilet) and remember the rules to be respected by everyone including his the same. He is master of the action. AGONY. While Spinoza is entitled to seek support in a death Admor. The dying man is defined as "shaky leaf ready to fly." conscious dying are encouraged to specify their wills (oral) that have the same validity as a written test (mandatory presence of a Right) for provided they do not violate the law Spinoza, on the principle that "one can not declare what is not ours." A dying hand may request that a eulogy is not pronounced, so and so book back to her children or the community in contrast to what was said, etc.. The agony is also the time of final recommendations to the family.

When the moment feels death approaching, the Admor distinctly pronounced the blessing:
1 / Blessing of Water> "immanence is. It has always has been and will be forever. It has no beginning and no end."
2 / Blessing of the Earth> "This is the Immanent that is God. God is Nature and Substance of all things. It is the extent to infinity of the infinite ... "
3 / Blessing of the Fire> "Listen son of Spinoza, listen to ignorant and wise, that is God, he is one, He is Eternal and Infinite Spirit in your eyes ... Or turn you see ... because it is the Unity of all things! "

When the death certificate issued by a Fair:
4 / Blessing of Breath> Praised be You, "Name of person," It is you, There is no you, you were in your finite at any time, any place in the Infinite and Eternity ... For your single breath, you're every breath! If the person died before any assistance could not be done, there will be blessings to the previous one after the other. PURIFICATION. - The body is fully free of dust, bodily fluids and other stains on the skin with a white cloth. - Purification is an act of honor to the deceased, there is no interruption it adheres strictly to the body as a person as if she was alive, we avoid even discover it except briefly to wash. This is not "a dead washed," but "a mode of Being that accompanies ending Infinity and Eternity." - The Admor are free to prepare their texts themselves in relation to the funeral. They will however be quite short. 1 / Admor> The Admor request the intervention of the Righteous or to proceed with the purification of the body. 2 / Right> The place is just to the left of the body and begins to clean from from head to foot. The toilet ends with the payment of Water. 3 / Admor> A text is recited by the Admor. He then announced the clothing of the body. 4 / Right> The deceased was dressed in white clothes and gently laid on a bed of straw at the bottom of the coffin. 5 / Admor> A text is recited by the Admor ... He then announced 6 / Right> A handful of sand thrown into the coffin. 7 / Admor> A text is recited by the Admor ... VIGIL AND BODY LIFT. 1 / The Admor announced a vigil for the body only the night. Just the presence of a need. The latter will ensure that the body is not affected. (In the Jewish ritual, there is no evening of the body ... Well, I am the principle ...). 2 / The next day at dawn, the Admor shows all the congregation of friends and relatives the rolls of the Life of Daju and recites the names of the most illustrious sages gave up the name of the Sage of Sages, "Spinoza". 3 / Admor gives the rolls of the Right to Life of Daju placing them in the coffin. 4 / Admor announces the closing of the coffin. This announcement is left to the improvisation of the Admor. Tradition has it that a song punctuated by awakening the consciences of the bugle Querena. Querena The trunk is made ​​of a ram's horn that dates back to antiquity. Its common name is shophar or Shofar (I took a Hebrew etymology disappeared for not sticking to the IRL). Symbolically, it is an alarm for all consciences (In Babylonia, the power prevented its use for fear that the alarm indicates signal of revolt). The Kabbalists emphasize the importance of these rings to which they attribute the power to replace the analytical rigor of Judgement intuition of all immanent. 5 / The Admor ends his song with an invocation to silence. 6 / The coffin is closed by the service of the Righteous in total silence. TRANSPORT AND CREMATION OR BURIAL (OR OTHER). 7 / The Admor announces transporting the coffin called "wandering fire." 71) It must explain to the whole Assembly how this will be carried out: the start of the pilgrimage (directly on the site now or visit such a place), the principle of non procession, do not touch either the coffin or the Righteous in charge of transport, the principle of meditation on (of the deceased or the fate of ending mode), meaning ringtones, name of the place of incineration Final ... 72) It must explain the symbolic meaning of the pilgrimage of the fire. 7 / service of the righteous are in charge when the transit to the incineration. They will also ensure compliance with the order, the observance of meditation and protection of the convoy. 8 / The enter or Admor in the assembly and the group escorting the coffin by scoring stops and around the coffin. Some sound the Querena because according to tradition, the Messiah Spinoza ring during his visit of Wisdom in Wisdom of Wisdom. The group observed the silence and meditation (thinking in italics). 9 / Incineration: the stake. - The Tzadik prepared a pyre of wood dried and prepared. The wood pyres will be pre-washed and peeled, then soaked several months in a light mixture of essential oils to make clean burning sufficient to remove any offensive odor. - The coffin is placed on the pyre and covered entirely new logs. 9 / Burial: the pit. - The Tzadik prepared a pit they have "lined" flower petals (or leaves stained). - The coffin is buried in the pit. A slab is affixed with an inscription "Death is life." INVOCATION / "All existing modes are sparks crackling nature is to appear and disappear; have arisen they vanish, vanishing other arise, because the fire of divine power immanent will never die ... " INVOCATION: song of awakening / "Come, we will hear tonight, the song of awakening, the song that starts when s' completed, life, the song of the nightingale 's song is heard when the page turns, the song of the living water that sits for a moment to reflect a twig of the branch the song that trembles and dance issued on the weight of ignorance; the secret song rocking bluish shade of the lily failed promise of spring, waiting to bloom, a sign of the blue. This sign has arrived, and now you are awake, Companion the wisest, in knowledge. "
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