In the process of updating the last post, I started researching ‘The Elijah Institute’.
I’m leaving those updates in their original place, too, for context, but the more I’m looking at it, the more important information I’m finding. So, I decided to also make those updates into their own post, and to ‘update’ that, here.
Here’s where we got to, so far:
Putin has his very own Chabad rabbi, too, called affectionately Berel Lazar.
Putin really likes R’ Berel. This from Wikipedia:
In 2004, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an edict to honor him with the Order of Friendship. This award was presented for the contribution made by Rabbi Lazar to developing culture and strengthening friendship between nations within Russia.
In December 2004, he was honored with a national public award, the ‘Minin and Pozharsky’ Order “for his great personal contribution to strengthening the moral and cultural fabric of the Russian State and for reviving spiritual life and religious freedom in the country”.
In June 2005, he was awarded the Medal “60 Years of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945”. He received the medal during the 19th session of the Russian ‘Pobeda’ (Victory) Organizational Committee.
In September 2005, he received the ‘Peter the Great’ First Class Order. The diploma attached to the Order explains that the Chief Rabbi was honored with this award “considering his activities in advancing inter-ethnic and inter-religious relations, and his great contribution to the spiritual rebirth of Russia’s Jewish community and to strengthening Russian state”
It should also be noted that:
First, just to make it clear:
There are loads and loads of tremendously good people who are part of the Chabad movement.
I’m writing here about the institution, and it’s corrupt leaders, not about the many good Jews who mamash have poured their heart and soul into trying to serve Hashem, and the Jewish people the best way they can.
I’ve come to see this kind of like the IDF, or the State of Israel.
The institutions and the leadership and the ideology are corrupt.
Most of the people within it, tho, like the seeds in a pomegranate, are good and holy.
And also, being kept in the dark about what’s really going on.
That said, there are SO MANY things that we can’t just keep closing our eyes too.
R’ Berel Lazar, Putin’s personal ‘rabbi’ is part of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, as referenced above.
He’s such a big part of all this ‘interfaith’ stuff, he’s even get medals and honors from Putin to reward him for his work in this area.
Here’s a little of what Wiki has to say about it:
Elijah Interfaith Institute is a nonprofit, international, UNESCO-sponsored interfaith organization which was founded by Rabbi Alon Goshen-Gottstein in 1997.
The mission of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, encapsulated in its slogan “Sharing Wisdom, Fostering Peace,” is to foster unity in diversity, creating a harmonious world. Through its various activities, Elijah deepens understanding among religious leaders and scholars, and through them, spreads its vision to their various communities….
Headquartered in Jerusalem, Elijah has offices and representatives in different countries, and holds its activities in multiple international settings.
Even more concerning is what you find on that organisation’s own website, HERE:
The Elijah Board of World Religious Leaders is unique in mission and scope. It brings together an unparalleled group of religious leaders from all over the world in a profound exchange of ideas that leads to deep engagement with each and spiritual friendship between participants.
This paves the way for transformation within religions and their teachings.
Given that Frankism was all about ‘transforming’ the Jewish religion from within, God forbid, and melding Judaism with the other religions to create a ‘one world religion’ loosely based on Catholicism, the ‘accepted’ religion that Frank felt was most akin to, and useful, as a cloak for his own warped antinomianism, this statement rings an alarming bell for me.
What is the Chabad chief rabbi of Russia, Putin’s right-hand man, doing in such a organisation?
Why ARE Chabad rabbis at home in the Vatican, and dancing for the Pope?
How is all this connected?
I’m happy to post up alternate views, as you can see from the liberal policy I have in the comments’ section, but one way or another, the truth has to come out.
The founder of The Elijah Institute, Alon Goshen-Gottstein (who is also deeply connected to the State of Israel, and its corrupt institutions), wrote a book called The Jewish Encounter with Hinduism.
Here’s a little of what he says (on page 47):
[H]istory, ideological perspective, and halachic normativity come together in complex ways.
Their permutations allow us to suggest a hard core of what would constitute Judaism and what is the theological platform from which it can be described.
But this hard core is matched by some soft periphery. Should Sabbateanism and Frankism be described as Judaism? And what of early Israelite religion? And what of the Karaites and Samaritans, etc. etc.?
Probably the most challenging issues arise when we explore Christianity, primarily early Christianity, in those terms. The case of early Christianity actually introduces one further criterion into our discussion, that of self-understanding.
In addition to the “objective” criteria of history and halacha and the more ambiguous criterion of religious ideology, we have the purely subjective criterion of self-understanding. Self-understanding constitutes identity, and it plays an important role in the definition of religions, religious communities, and their boundaries.
Contemporary Judaism presents some unresolved challenges revolving around the application of these complicated and, at times, conflicting criteria.
The continuing struggles around the issue of “who is a Jew,” as it applies to the Law of Return in Israel, indicate that definition of a religion and of religious identity are never fully resolved and remain open to continuing debate.
Again, make up your own minds about what he’s really hinting at here, but the more you read about Frankist doctrine, the more the alarm bells go off.
So, this was what is posted up on the Elijah Institute website HERE, for their last meeting in Jerusalem (note the title):
Doesn’t this sound ‘reform’ to you?
Also, take a look at where the Board members of Elijah have been meeting – including in the Archabbey of St. Ottilien – and what they are up to (bolded emphasis mine):
[O]ne moving example, shared by an Israeli rabbi.
This rabbi, who is a prominent voice in Israeli public discourse, is involved in interfaith relations only through Elijah (this is the only forum where he felt there is a depth of discourse that is worthy of his investing his time).
One day he took lunch with the most prominent Hindu representative at the meeting. In the course of lunch, as he later told me, he decided to shift his orientation from that of a colleague sharing opinions to a disciple who seeks the wisdom of the master.
Accordingly, the conversation proceeded with him turning to the Hindu master, requesting his advice on key issues that he experiences as part of his own leadership work.
One of the questions he posed concerned how to bless people who come to him. People frequently ask him for blessings, and he is at a loss how to fulfil their request and what that means in terms of his relationship with them and in terms of his own self-image. The Hindu master responded: When people ask for blessings, I simply pray together with them.
The rabbi found this answer most illuminating and has shared with me how it has helped him in the exercise of his own rabbinical duties.
You got that?
A leading Israeli Rabbi – who I’d just LOVE to know the identity of – is hanging out in Abbeys in Germany, getting advice on religious observance from a Hindu master.
Woe to us.
Maybe we can get a clue as to who that rabbi might be from looking at this, from the Elijah Institute’s ‘coronavirus’ page:
Apart from the reform / Masorti rabbis, and good ol’ Reb Lazar, we have the following rabbis from Israel:
Rabbi Dov Singer is a noted educator in the religious-Zionist sector in Israel. He heads Yeshivat Mekor Chayim and is a founder of a movement of prayer groups that seek to deepen the experience of prayer.
Rabbi Ephraim Kenig is head of the Hassidic community of Breslav in Safed.
Rabbi Yuval Cherlow is head of the hesder Yeshiva Orot Shaul, head of the Religious and Ethics Center in Jerusalem and a prominent voice in the religious Zionist stream of Judaism.
Yuval Cherlow is head of the alt-‘frum’ Tzohar organisation, and popped up across Jewish media last week, to urge ‘limited sanctions‘ on all COVID-1984 vaccine refusers.
And yes, I’m as disappointed and surprised as you are, to see Rabbi Ephraim Kenig on this list, too.
But that’s not even the worst of it.
Read on. This comes from that same page:
“Elijah is currently engaged in creating a first of its kind interfaith center, to be based in Jerusalem, to be called the Center of HOPE, acronym for House of Prayer and Education.”
Here’s the plans and the ‘vision‘ for this interfaith centre in Jerusalem:
The new facility will include lecture halls for public lectures and conferences; an auditorium for public events and interreligious concerts; an exhibition hall where interreligious art exhibits can be hosted; meeting spaces for scholars’ seminars, interreligious think tanks, and for all interreligious activity that takes place in and around the cause of Jerusalem and the Holy Land; a museological display featuring the life of prayer in world religions; and inspiring prayer spaces where Jews, Christians, Muslims, and others will pray alongside one another.
Uck, uck and double uck.
And then, we learn the Elijah project is teaming up with the John Templeton Foundation, on a project to explore how ‘other religions’ saints’, or ‘religious geniuses’ could be inspiring to people in different traditions.
John Templeton is another very interesting character. Maybe we’ll come back to him another time, as I just tripped down yet another rabbit hole with all this. Take a look at the funding areas the John Templeton Foundation is involved in, and tell me if something doesn’t strike you as a little strange:
- Science and the big questions
- Individual freedom and free markets
- Voluntary family planning
- Exceptional cognitive talent and genius
- Character virtue development
The last time I came across such a strange list of funding interests, it was on the Rothschild‘s website.
Lots more stuff to think about here…. We’ll see where this next clue leads.
That’s all the stuff copied over from the last post.
Now, I went back and looked at the ‘fluffy video’ all these organisations like to put out, about all the good work they are doing in the world. (It’s got women in it, so not shnirat eynayim friendly, but here’s the link if that’s not an issue:)
The guy with the beard is ‘Rabbi’ Yuval Cherlow, as mentioned above, who believes in people asking questions and thinking for themselves – except when it comes to taking experimental, DNA-changing coronavirus ‘vaccines’.
Then, he believes that people should be coerced and punished for not obeying governmental diktats.
He’s also a big believer in people risking their lives and health by offering to become ‘human guinea pigs’.
Here’s a link to his blog on the Times of Israel (funded by billionaire Seth Klarman, who has joined with the Rothschilds, to fund Israel’s ‘Precision Medicine Partnership‘, where your DNA is harvested and used to create all sorts of things that give me nightmares.)
This is how ‘R’Cherlow’s ‘featured’ blog post begins:
Rabbi, is it OK for me be part of a human vaccine trial?As long as you know the scientific protocols protecting trial participants are in place, the question is how could you not participate?!
How could you not?!
But let’s move on, because that’s not actually what’s so interesting, here.
- The John Templeton Foundation (briefly mentioned above)
- Rockefeller Brothers Fund
- UDO Keller Stiftung Forum Humanum
- Fetzer Institute
- Henry Luce Foundation
- Guerrand-Hermes Foundation for Peace
- Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Let’s see what else we can learn about why these organisations are throwing so much cash at The Elijah Foundation.
The Udo Keller Stiftung Forum Humanum was set up by a wealthy German business man named Udo Keller, who passed away in 2012.
I can find very little personal information about him online, but here’s the philosophy guiding his foundation (which is also REALLY interested in funding projects relating to the intersection of AI and humanity, aka ‘transhumanism’):
Inspired above all by the Far Eastern world religions and the mystical traditions of the West, [Keller] came to his very personal answer on the way of a long private study: To the insight that the messages of the great world religions are essentially identical apart from rite and dogma.
Just so you know, that last sentence encapsulates a key part of Frankist / Shabbatean doctrine, that taught that ‘organised religion’ – including the Torah! – was just a ‘garment’ for spirituality that could be discarded.
(This is a distortion of authentic Jewish teachings about what happens AFTER Moshiach comes.)
Moving on, let’s take a look at the Fetzer Institute.
You can read their creepy ‘Theory of Change’ document HERE.
Yet again, we have that strange admixture of cutting-edge science and new age ‘spirituality’ that is all about ‘transformation’ and ‘love’ – and creating ‘New Narratives’ that totally dismantle old-fashioned religion, with a lot of help from AI and other things.
If you read the will of the open Frankist (and great-uncle of Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis…) Gottlieb Wehle, then all of this will sound strangely familiar.
BH, if I have time I will try to transcribe parts of it, so it also gets easier for you to recognise that we are dealing with neo-Frankism here.
And so many of the Elijah Institutes backers have the same sort of weird science /xtianity / new-age spirituality / perhaps Jewish feel to them, I’m beginning to think we’ve stumbled on a number of ‘Frankist descendants’ in real time.
But let’s continue.
Do we really need to write more about the Rockefellers Foundation?
Start with this:
And then take a look at their website, which states this bizarre message front and centre on the home page:
It was a remarkable year at the RBF that brought to fruition long-term projects, initiatives, and plans that will lay the foundation for our continued efforts and evolution over the next decade and into a new era that has already begun.
A remarkable year?!
That brought to fruition long-term projects, initiatives and plans?!
Honestly, they aren’t even trying to hide what they are up to, any more.
The Henry Luce Foundation is also an interesting addition.
Luce was the son of Presbyterian missionaries in China, and founded Time, Inc (amongst other things.)
He was also an instrumental voice in urging the USA to adopt a ‘global empire’ attitude, as described on Wikipedia:
According to David Harvey, Luce believed “the power conferred [on the USA] was global and universal rather than territorially specific, so Luce preferred to talk of an American century rather than an empire”.
In the same article he called upon United States “to exert upon the world the full impact of our influence, for such purposes as we see fit and by such means as we see fit“.
And that brings us back to the ‘Economic Hit Man’ model of US domination of the third world and all its natural resources, which we talked about HERE.
Well, the Guerrand-Hermes Foundation for Peace is just about as new age ‘peace n’love’ as it gets.
You can read their ‘Charter for Peace and Forgiveness’ HERE. This is a snippet:
12. We seek cooperation with all interested and like-minded people, organisations, public institutions and the UN System, bearing in mind the interdependence and unity of humanity.
13. We affirm the equal rights and responsibilities of all women and men, as expressed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the proposed Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities.
They presented this ‘charter’ to the Pope back in 2018:
The charter scroll was presented to His Holiness Pope Francis by Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh in Rome on 2nd May 2018.
Isn’t it interesting, how the Pope is also in the middle of all this ‘interfaith’ new-age dialogue designed to totally uproot the religion he is purportedly the head of?
Lastly, we have the Carnegie Foundation.
Again, they have a long and proud tradition of supporting eugenics, and using ‘ground-breaking science’ and medicine to get rid of anyone they classify as ‘defective’.
Read more HERE, but this is a taster:
As investigative reporter Edwin Black documents in War Against the Weak, eugenics would not “have risen above ignorant rants without the backing of corporate philanthropic largess.”
Mr. Black’s exhaustive and authoritative research turned up mountains of evidence confirming the links between the eugenics movement and our first major philanthropies, including the Carnegie Institution of Washington, the Carnegie Corporation, and the Rockefeller Foundation.
Let’s stop there, for now.
There’s a lot to think about.
And a lot more to research.
But something about ‘The Elijah Foundation’ stinks to high heaven.
And I’m willing to bet, it’s connected to all the stuff we’ve been talking about here on the blog, including hidden Frankists in the Jewish community, the Vilna Gaon, eugenics and COVID-1984.
If you’d like to see more pictures of apparently orthodox rabbis hanging out in the Vatican – and giving presents, and apparently just loving that little ole’ Pope-y guy to pieces, then a reader sent me a link to this:
That’s part of the CRE (Council for European Rabbis) website.
Here’s a little of its history:
The Conference of European Rabbis (CER) is the primary Orthodox rabbinical alliance in Europe. It unites more than 700 religious leaders of the mainstream synagogue communities in Europe. It was founded in 1956 on the initiative of British Chief Rabbi Sir Israel Brodie, in order to revive the vanquished Jewish communities on the European mainland. Brodie was supported by the chief rabbi of France, Jacob Kaplan, the chief rabbi of Amsterdam, Aharon Schuster and the British Sephardic spiritual leader, Hacham Gaon.
Former British Chief Rabbi Sir Israel Brodie is an interesting character.
Here he is, in his little Freemasons pinny:
“Sir Israel Brodie as Grand Chaplain of the United Grand Lodge of England”
There’s lots more to say about this, including the fact that Sir Israel Brodie is apparently also linked to that infamous ‘Broda’ family, I’ve been writing so much about recently.
And of course, there is still the Freemasons / Secret Society side of all the things the Frankist / Sabbateans were up to, to cover, which I’m getting to soon, God willing.
That these people want to hang out with the Pope, and with Swami Whathisface in the cathedrals of Benedictine Monks, and want to become talmidim of leading Hindus, and give hugs to the Dalai Lama is totally up to them.
It’s a free world, and free choice is the only reason Hashem made us.
But I have a massive issue about all the secrecy going on here, and the fact that so many of our orthodox rabbis are doing things in the so-called ‘interfaith world’ that make me cringe, spiritually, without even explaining what exactly they are doing there.
Either you believe the Torah is God’s revealed word, or you don’t.
Either you believe that the Jewish people are the guardians of the spiritual truth in the world, or you don’t.
Sure, we can learn and must learn from everyone – that’s the talmudic definition of a wise person.
But this type of fawning interfaith – where rabbis are falling over themselves to glad-hand the Pope!!!! I mean, come on…. – and genuine orthodox Judaism just don’t mix.
So – what are all these apparently ‘orthodox’ rabbis doing there?
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