Torah Nondualism

Many Suns or One?

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Nondualism in Hebrew Scripture
The Egyptian Origin of the Sefirot
The Secret of the Hebrew Letter Shin
The Egyptian God Thoth
The Secret of the Divine Name Yahweh
The “Hand” That’s Really a Hebrew Letter That Changes the Entire Torah
The Secret of the Hebrew Letter Alef
Scribal Magic (the Letter Alef Revisited)
Inside the Holy of Holies of the Jerusalem Temple
The Secret of the Divine Name El Shaddai
Fractal Geometry
Fire Sacrifice in Image and Intuition
The Secret of The Blasphemer
The Secret of Moses’ Sin at the Rock in Kadeish
The Broken Peace That Is the Reward of Violence
Judaism Before Josiah
Broken Time
Children’s Story:
The Great Escape
The Secret Soul of Svaha
A Mystical Haggadah
About the Author
(Jay Cumming)
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Look at the water. . . .

Are there many suns or one?

“The Hindu says Ram is the beloved. The Turk says Rahim. They kill each other. No one knows the secret. They buzz their mantras from house to house, puffed with pride.”
—Kabir, 1398-1448

“Even if I am killed, I will not give up repeating the names of Rama and Rahim, which mean to me the same God. With these names on my lips, I will die cheerfully.”
—Mahatma Gandhi, 1947

Religions are maps. . . .

“The map is not the territory.”
—Alfred Korzybski

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Reality versus the representations of reality.

Which is real?

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Everything objective is a representation of reality.

Only the Self is real.

To read Torah Nondualism: Diversity, Conflict, and Synthesis in the Pentateuch, please click here.

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