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Le célèbre Stiglitz écrit: "how much more pain will Europe have to endure before reason is restored?"
Yakov Leib haKohain is the Hebrew birth-name of the Jewish poet, author, teacher and Sabbatian Kabbalist, Lawrence G. Corey, Ph.D. who also was given the names John-Francis, Aziz Mehemed Effendi and Kali Dass upon his ritual conversions, as a Sabbatian Jew, to the Catholic Church, Islam and Vedanta, respectively. He holds a doctorate in Jungian Studies and Comparative Religion, and his poetry and essays have appeared in literary magazines and scholarly journals such as Midstream, Evergreen Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, The Catholic Critic, Dor L'Dor: Journal of the World Jewish Bible Society of Jerusalem, The Priest: A Journal of Catholic Theology, Newsletter of the Orthdox Jewish Teacher's Association of New York, Library Journal of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, Choice: A Yearly Anthology of Poetry, Modern Jew in Search of a Soul, and an upcoming issue of Kabbalah: Journal for the Study of Jewish Mystical Texts.
Following in the footsteps of the 17th and 18th century Jewish Avatars Sabbatai Zevi and Jacob Frank, respectively -- as well as the 19th century Hindu Avatar, Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa -- all of whom he seeks to emulate, Reb Yakov Leib HaKohain over the course of his 71 years has studied, converted to, practiced and spiritually integrated the four major religions of the world (Judaism, Catholic Christianity, Islam and Hinduism) in order to perform the Kabbalistic Tikkun of "Repairing the Face of God" -- which means the intentional spiritual reconciliation, in one's own person, of all religions so that God may again be one and His Name, one.
For the past thirty years, he has been the acknowledged spiritual leader of the Neo-Sabbatian Kabbalists of the West and spiritual heir to the legacy of the 17th century Jewish Avatar, Sabbatai Zevi and his 18th century successor, Avatar Yakov Leib Frank, after whom he is believed to have been named by his Orthodox Jewish family of hereditary Levitical priests, the maternal side of which originally came to America from Istanbul, Turkey where the Sabbatian movement began in the late 17th century.
Presently in his seventy-first year, Reb Yakov Leib HaKohain founded Donmeh West: A Center for the Study & Practice of Neo-Sabbatian Kabbalah in 1972. For a number of years he was the non-ordained but elected Rebbe ("spiritual leader") of the South Bay Kehillah, a small congregation of overtly Orthodox but covertly Sabbatian Jews in Hermosa Beach, California. In addition, he has taught on the Jewish roots of Christianity to parishes in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles. His work is now exclusively on the internet where he teaches, preaches, counsels and publishes a website dedicated to the teaching, learning and practice of 16th century Lurianic Kabbalah as reconfigured in the 17th century by the Jewish Messiah and Avatar, Sabbatai Zevi and his prophet and chief exegete, Nathan of Gaza.
Mais quelques-uns d'entre eux allèrent trouver les pharisiens et leur racontèrent ce que Jésus avait fait.
Alors les chefs des prêtres et les pharisiens rassemblèrent le sanhédrin et dirent: «Qu'allons-nous faire? En effet, cet homme fait beaucoup de signes miraculeux.
Si nous le laissons faire, tous croiront en lui et les Romains viendront détruire et notre ville et notre nation.»
L'un d'eux, Caïphe, qui était grand-prêtre cette année-là, leur dit: «Vous n'y comprenez rien;
vous ne réfléchissez pas qu'il est dans notre intérêt qu'un seul homme meure pour le peuple et que la nation tout entière ne disparaisse pas.»
Or il ne dit pas cela de lui-même, mais comme il était grand-prêtre cette année-là, il prophétisa que Jésus devait mourir pour la nation.
Et ce n'était pas pour la nation seulement, c'était aussi afin de réunir en un seul corps les enfants de Dieu dispersés.
Dès ce jour, ils tinrent conseil pour le faire mourir.