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Metatron ( Hebrew מטטרון) or Mattatron (a differentiation of Metatron [ 1 ] ) is an archangel in Judaism . According to Jewish medieval apocrypha , he is Enoch, ancestor of Noah , transformed into an angel . There are no references to Metatron as an angel in the Jewish Tanakh or Christian scriptures ( New and Old Testament ); however, Genesis 5:24 is often cited as evidence of Enoch's ascension into an angel—"Enoch walked with God; then he was no more, because God took him away."
I took this from Wiki as it describes the words etymology best; Theories about the source of the word are: In latin based languages the word Abre or Abri means "To Open" and a Cadaver is a corpse. So the incantation that is used in these old movies and cartoons is a litteral Spell Phrase taken from the Occult practice of Necromancy...
1. What is the Kabbalah? 2.
25 Questions & Answers about Kabbalah 16. Do you have to be Jewish or practice the Torah in order to study and practice the Kabbalah? Elijah the Prophet said: "I make the heavens and earth my witnesses that everyone, Israelite or Gentile, man or woman, slave or maid-servant – each according to his or her deeds , so holy spirit rests upon them" ( Tanna devey Eliyahu ch. 9). The Kabbalah includes general teachings that apply to Jews and Gentiles alike, to enable all mankind to come to know and serve the One God.
25 Questions & Answers about Kabbalah 14. What parts of the Kabbalah are "safe"? Even in the face of widespread opposition to its study, the Israelite soul has always thirsted for the sweet waters of the mystical Torah. From the 1600's onwards, as the writings of Rabbi Moses Cordovero and Rabbi Yitzchak Luria , the ARI , began to reach increasing numbers of Diaspora communities, this thirst began to be quenched by masters who had the power to clothe and explain Kabbalistic wisdom in vessels accessible to the educated seekers of their times. Among the first such masters were Rabbi Judah Loew ben Bezalel , the Maharal of Prague (c. 1525–1609), and Rabbi Isaiah Horowitz (1565?
25 Questions & Answers about Kabbalah 9. Does the Kabbalah change and develop? Is there a modern-day Kabbalah?
In this paper I would like to explore some of the experiences, in this world , which relate to the Olam HaBa , the World-To-Come. How can we “taste”, or experience, the following five things in this world: Gehenom, manna, Olam HaBa, death, and prophesy? Our Sages tell us that we can experience 1/60 th of these things, in this world. They tell us the following:
In this study I would like to examine the concept of "time" as revealed in the Bible. Lets start by looking at when a day starts and ends: Bereshit (Genesis) 1:5 God called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night."
In this paper I want to examine what the Bible says about how a man can gain eternal life. I want to know how to live forever from HaShem's perspective. Let's begin by looking at: