Friday, 6 June 2008

'Schools are infilftrated by the Kabbalah cult...'

'The controversial Kabbalah movement is infiltrating state schools by running 'spirituality' classes for pupils as young as seven, it was claimed today.

Five primaries and a secondary school have introduced the sect's Spirituality for Kids programme - some without parental consent.

Devotees of the trendy movement visit the schools and teach youngsters to find 'the light' and reject an inner voice called 'the opponent'.

The Spirituality for Kids group, or SFK, insists the classes are non-religious but one head said he had scrapped the programme after volunteers began preaching to children about Kabbalah.

Originally a mystical form of Judaism, Kabbalah was turned into a global movement in the Seventies.

Jewish leaders believe the modern Kabbalah craze - whose celebrity followers include Madonna and Demi Moore - is distorting the tradition's true teachings.

They voiced deep concern about schools using SFK, which was founded by the Los Angeles-based Kabbalah Centre. Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet, of the Mill Hill synagogue in North London, said: 'I heard it was their intent, but I hadn't realised that they had infiltrated British schools. I believe they work using mind manipulation.'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/textbased/news/article-1024575/British-schools-infiltrated-Kabbalah-movement.html

3 comments:

wise woman said...

Hi Ben
Welcome back. My son was learnig about Nazis & Hitler Youth recently - it was interesting to hear him talk about the takeover of the education system - this of course would be completely different...

anadae said...

Yeah, man, welcome back to the airwaves, Ben! Erm, uhm . . . I meant the bandwidth. So, the Kabbalah cult is wending its way into the education system, eh? Strangely enough, they've been stumping for recruits among commuters to NYC's busiest train station, Grand Central Terminal, ever since I attended college in the late seventies. But, wait a minute! I thought that even the Jewish Othodoxy from who the Tradition descended weren't permitted to learn its spheres, connecting branches, and angelic domains 'til they hit forty, as, by then, it was presumed that a man would've already left behind a sizable family & fortune by that advanced medieval age, IF, that is, there were ever a danger of disappearing INTO one of those aforementioned parallel worlds . . . don't forget, there's also a banefullly aspected Tree of Life, too, the Qlippoth, with daemonic entities governing IT, as pursued by the Typhonian Ordo Templi Orientis. Be ye forwarned! I'm quite surprised that "they" have got a toe-hold in public schools. "Curiouser & curiouser!", as Alice exclaimed.

Atlantean Times said...

We have a trendy christian scientist problem over here in eire..they are fnn everywhere..

ive got two former friends who cant stop talking about christ...mary is baddddd christ is good is their mantrs..its such a shame they youst to be such nice people but now its this constant over friendly behaviour followed by criticising how you live and your beliefs...

its not funny as one group called the dublin church of christ was shown up to be run by bonefide chech con men yet they are still opperating and my old mate is still giving them 10% of his wages every week...

I suppose quabbballlllla will be next to hit the irish scene in facy im certain its already got a foothold..just like the Church of the divine cosmos...