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Special Report
by Texe Marrs

Authoritative Quotes from Rabbis and Judaism Textbooks

“We (Jews) have journeyed to the center of the world and landed in the belly of the serpent.”

Rabbi Joel David Bakst
The Secret Doctrine of the Gaon of Vilna, Volume II


“The Holy Serpent is the fountainhead, root, and essence for all of God’s sacred, revelatory light.”

The Zohar (Kabbalah)

“This snake comes as angel sent to us. We should be grateful to the serpent for its help.”

Rabbi Michael Laitman
Kabbalah Center


“On the Sabbath, one is permitted to charm snakes and serpents.”

Sanhedrin 101a, 1016
Babylonian Talmud


“Serpents stand as servants to do your will.”

Rabbi Ben Ezra
Babylonian Talmud


“The Serpent is wise and is a counselor to God.”

Beit Ha Derek, “The Revelation of the Holy Snake”
Zohar 11-54a (Sancino Press Edition)


“The Serpent has transformative power in spiritual development... He is intended to be the great servant of man.”

Rabbi Michael Ezra
“The Serpent and Its Transformative
Power” (see The Babylonian Talmud,
Sanheddrin 50b)


“Mashiach (Messiah) himself is referred to as the holy snake.”

Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh
Gal Einai Institute


“The number 666 contains within it exalted and lofty Messianic potential.”

Rabbi Moses Hayesod
The Zohar (Vilna Gaon Commentary)

Holy Serpent of the Jews

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