Before I started learning about how holistic health really works, and how much we’re affected by solar weather etc, I would have chalked this week’s episode up to food poisoning, or something. But I didn’t eat anything that could have poisoned me, and I’m so solitary at the moment that I haven’t seen anyone for weeks that could infect me with stomach flu.
So I was wondering: what’s lowering my immunity so much that I’m feeling so ucky, and what’s causing me to feel so panicky and scared at the moment - which is a key way to feel pretty awful, physically, pretty fast?
Could it be all the Nibiru stuff? Possible… but as I wrote about earlier, I’m relying on our Tzaddikim to sort that stuff out (and I’m probably mostly still in denial about it….) so I don’t think it was that.
Then it hit me:
Or more specifically, that I’ve been ‘sewer surfing’ my way through all this collected heretical cack that goes by the Greek word for humanity, ‘anthropology’, and all this mega-heretical paleontological cack that keeps claiming (baselessly…) that the world is billions of years old (sic).
Or rather S-I-C-K!
Because that’s what imbibing all this stuff has been making me, even though I’ve only been reading it in order to counter it. This stuff is pure poison, spiritually, and it literally took me out, had me throwing my guts up, and left my soul feeling cut-off from God and exposed to the vagaries of the world.
No wonder atheists are generally such miserable, angry, unfortunate people.
Once I realized that, I started to feel loads better, because understanding what’s causing the illness is more than half the cure.
So much of what we and our kids imbibe through the media is literally poisoning our souls, destroying our simple faith in God and His Torah and making us literally ill. National Geographic is the equivalent of sarin gas for the soul. Letting our kid watch the History Channel is like asking them to choke down some spiritual cyanide.
All this stuff is poison!
But most of us are so inured to it, we’re so used to the poisonous, atheist, ‘Philosophy Doctorate’ smog the modern world is encased in we have no idea how much damage it’s really doing to us.
So, here’s some more strong counter-remedy from Rebbe Nachman (taken from Rebbe Nachman’s Wisdom, 102):
“The person engaged in philosophy will find repentance very difficult. He has been well taught to sin without guilt or remorse, and does not suffer when he transgresses. His repentance must therefore balance this unmitigated pleasure.
“Look carefully in the Shelah, in the section called Mesechta Shavuot. There you will find the stern prohibition against becoming involved in philosophy. He writes that one who studies philosophy can lose his portion in the Future World and be eternally damned.
“He also quotes the opinion of many earlier sages, all agreeing that this is among the worst possible sins. This is also discussed in many other sacred works (like: Tshuvot HaRosh, Tshuvot Rashba, Sefer HaYashar, Shevilei Emuna, Bartenura on Sanhedrin, Yoreh Deah etc).”
“A favorite subjects of philosophers is the order of creation….Questions like these are discussed at length in such books. But it is all vanity and striving after wind.”
The point cannot be stated enough, or clearly enough:
So many modern scientists are actively and deliberately misleading the public, and passing off fraudulent and faulty findings as ‘proof’ and conjecture as fact.
This is happening in pretty much every single scientific field you care to mention, with anthropology, paleontology, biology, geology and pharmacology amongst the worst offenders. But nearly every field of academia (another Greek word…) you care to mention is corrupted with immoral and atheistic beliefs and attitudes.
Over on spiritualselfhelp.org, you’ll find the latest installments in the posts I’ve been trying to write to highlight more of the duplicity, conjecture and plain fraud that’s being passed off as ‘fact’ to the gullible public. If you already have 100% certainly that God created the world 5778 years’ ago, then you probably don’t need to read them. But if you’re a baal teshuva, or think National Geographic is ‘OK’ then definitely go and take a look.
But please be advised that even minor contact with heretical, atheist tripe can literally make you nauseous.