Laitman dismisses the Talmud as “Babylonian”
From another source
I have found it written that all that has been decreed above forbidding open involvement in the Wisdom of Truth was the limited time period until the year 5,250 [1490 C.E.]. From then on after is called the ‘Last Generation,’ and what was forbidden is allowed. And permission is granted to delve into Zohar. And from the year 5,300 [1540 C.E.] it is most desirable that the masses, both those great and small [in Torah], should occupy themselves [in the study of Kabbalah], as it says in the Ra’aya Meheimna [Zohar 3:124b, cf. ibid. 3:153a].
The “deadline” for the time of the messiah to arrive is the year 6000
The secular way of putting it? The NWO. 218 more years to finish the globalist project. At least some of them believe this. Others simply act as if something similar to this were the case. Isn’t this fun?
“Hebrew esotericism” has more forms than one. People who are stuck on the surface of politics do remind me of a farm animal.
You can interpret this transcendentally or immanently
The Upper World, what we call “the elites”.
There’s something similar here to this post where I talk about Zhuangzi and Alfarabi being new to white people. Pico de Mirandola of the renaissance for instance was a Christian Cabalist and, the exception proves the rule. Interestingly in this context, I’ve seen the Medici name among the lists of crypto-clans of today. Oh yeah, speaking of goy exceptions – did you know the Qabbalist Land has a new site now? The joke in that post actually did make me laugh.
Anyway, that’s the particular hermeneutic Laitman uses. And which explains some of his controversial political claims. The sacred texts seem to tell him that “the goyim should know”.
And my own version of a sacred text, the Genealogy, would agree with that
124, let’s see, my tradition would call this a synchronicity
This from the Zohar on why Abraham went to Egypt
It was because at that time Egypt was a great center of learning, of Theosophy and the science of the Divine Mysteries…
Plato is arguably the preserver of Egyptian wisdom par excellence, and people who go to him are acting in the way of Abraham.