The Jewish Religion – Part I

by Der Stürmer

Part I


„The Jews have always been with Jehovah, and all that Jehovah has belongs to the Jews.“ (A Program for the Jews and Humanity, Harry Waton, p. 177)


„Only Judaism is a historic and moral religion: all other religions are neither historic nor moral.“ (A Program for the Jews and Humanity, Harry Waton, p. 131).


„There never was a time when any Jew believed that Jehovah spoke to Moses or to the Prophets in any other sense than we believe today that God – that is, existence – reveals himself through the minds of a Spinoza, a Hegel, a Marx, an Einstein and the like.“ (A Program for the Jews and Humanity, Harry Waton, p. 217)


„We belong to the One mastering God: you belong to the republic of playful gods.“ (Maurice Samuel, You Gentiles, p. 36).


„A Jew, by the fact that he belongs to the chosen people and is circumcised, possesses so great a dignity that no one, not even an angel, can share equality with him. In fact, he is considered almost the equal of God.“ (Pranaitis, I.B., The Talmud Unmasked, Imperial Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1892, p. 60).


„Our Jewishness is not a creed, it is ourself, our totality. Indeed, it may be fairly said that the surest evidence of your lack of seriousness in religion is the fact that your religions are not national, that you are not compromised and dedicated, en masse, to the faith.“ (Maurice Samuel, You Gentiles, p. 73).


„In the heart of any pious Jew, God is a Jew. Is your God an Englishman or an American?“ (Maurice Samuel, You Gentiles, p. 75).


„Professor Albert Einstein, German-Jewish refugee and Jewry’s greatest living idol, according to an Associated Press Dispatch of September 11, 1940, in an address at the Conference of Science, Philosophy and Religion at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, urged religious teachers to ‘give up the doctrine of a personal God, that is, give that source of fear and hope which in the past placed such vast power in the hands of priests.’ Professor Einstein obviously intended the word ‘priests’ to include ministers and preachers as well as priests. This is another way of advocating the false doctrine of Marx (Mordecai), Lenin, and Trotsky (Bronstein) that religion is the opium of the people.“ (War! War! War!, Cincinnatus, p. 143).


„Take the curious placing of the thumb to thumb and forefinger to forefinger by the High Priest when he lifted his hands, palms outward, to bless the multitude…Much of the drama’s text was from the Old Testament and Orthodox Ritual of Judaism.“ (The Romance of a People).


„As I looked upon that spectacle, as I saw the flags of the nations carried to their places before the reproduction of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem, and as I saw the six-pointed star, the illuminated interlaced triangles, shining above all the flags of all the peoples of all the world, my mind turned back to what Judge Harry M. Fisher, Chairman of the Jewish Day Committee, said in advance as to the whole idea of this pageant: ‘The idea summarized by the prophet Isaiah – ‘At the end of days all peoples shall be coming to the mountain of the Lord’ – will be portrayed.’” (The Visionary on the Mountain Top).


„The Jews are not a part of a vast Whole which they re-integrate in dying, but they are a Whole in themselves, defying space, time, life, and death. Can God be outside the Whole? If he exists, necessarily he confounds himself with this Whole…Thus Divinity in Judaism is contained in the exaltation of the entity represented by the Race – passionnel entity, eternal flame, it is the Divine essence. It must be preserved and perpetuated, therefore the idea of pure and impure was created.“ (Nomades, Kadmi Cohen, (1929)).


„‘I am that I am,’ said the Eternal. The Eternal – it is the race. One in substance – undifferentiated. One in time – stable and eternal.“ (Nomades, Kadmi Cohen, (1929)).


„A Mantra is composed of certain letters arranged in definite sequence of sounds, of which the letters are the representative signs. To produce the designed effect, Mantra must be intoned in the proper way, according to rhythm and sound…a Mantra is a potent compelling force, a word of power.“ (Arthur Avalon, Tantra of the Great Liberation, in a partial explanation of the Jewish Cabala or Kabbalah; Light-Bearers of Darkness, Inquire Within, p. 73)


„The purpose, the manner of attaining this happiness, of gaining this Liberation, is in your own hand. It does not lie in the hand of some unknown god, or in temples or in churches, but in your own self. For temples, churches, and religions bind, and you must be belong all dreams of God in order to attain this Liberation. There is no external God as such who urges us to live nobly, or to live basely; there is but the voice of our own intuition…When that voice is sufficiently strong, when that voice – the result of accumulated experience, is obeyed, and you yourself become that voice, then you are god…So the most important thing is to uncover this god within each one of you. That is the purpose of life; to awaken the dormant god (the unused sex-force, the Kundalini within you) to give life to the spark which exists in each one of us, so that we become a flame (illuminised), and join the eternal flame of the world (the universal life-force or ether, as above so below, of Hermes)…In the permanent is established, is seen, the only god in the world – yourself that has been purified.“ (The Creed of the Cabalistic Jews – the Deified Man – the origin of Humanism; Star Review Magazine, Paris September 27, 1927: Teachings given at Ommen, August 1927).


„(The Wandering Jew says) Aye, let the Nazarene (True Israelites) dogs lift their hands and eyes in ignorant wonder; the great Goldsmid was my very and mere instrument: I raised him because I deemed him worthy; I found him incompetent to the vast and sacred duty I designed him for, and I dashed him down even as we cast aside the gourd when we no longer require a drinking-cup. Who among the elder frequenters of the great Temple of Mammon, which is called the Exchange, does not remember the golden box with which the hand of Goldsmid was perpetually occupied in his busiest and most important moments! It was his talisman. The words of power had been pronounced above it; with it he could encounter a world and be triumphant…I had warned him again and again; I had menaced, I had entreated, but in vain; I found him incurable in his neglect of the cause of our people and our god; and even while he was wassailing at his luxurious villa in the neighborhood of Morden, the words of power went forth from my lips, and his talisman had departed from him for ever…He appeared upon the Exchange without his palladium; bargained, lost, and saw absolute ruin looking at him with steadfast and unpitying eyes. Two days he bore this, and then he blew his brains out! None can be false to our cause and prosper.“ (Nesta Webster, Secret Societies and Subversive Movements)


„There is no people in history so narrowly and so ferociously conservative and traditionalist as the People of Israel, and its national traditions are all religious; we find ourselves in the presence of this unique, strange, and bizarre composition – a people religion and a religion-people, the two ideas are inseparable.“ (Le Problème Juif,“ 1921, Georges Batault)


„Humanity changes, empires arise and fall, ideals spring up, become resplendent, and are extinguished, the Jew remains, Judaism remains clothed in its fierce exclusivism, hoping all from the future, indefatigable, superhuman, inhuman…A people without land, wandering nation, dispersed race, they preserve a country, their religion…ever pursuing the mirage of a golden age, a new era, a messianic time when the world would live in joy and peace, subject to Yahweh, serving his Law under the rule of the sacerdotal people, who had been prepared by trials for the attainment of this hour…[This] the most conservative among peoples is justly reputed as being possessed by a spirit of inextinguishable revolt…they are eternally unadaptable, and can only hope for subversion…“ (Le Problème Juif, 1921, Georges Batault)

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