Are Ancient Kabbalism & Modern Philosophical Science The Same?

Are Ancient Kabbalism & Modern Philosophical Science The Same?

Kabbalah seems to be behind just about everything. Those of you looking into CERN might find this interesting.

by Melmac | Abridged by HHA

Is it possible that the “Theory” of Evolution, the Big Bang, and other philosophical scientific views are from the Kabbalah? The Kabbalah is a belief system and writings originating some four to six thousand years ago in Babylon. Called Jewish Mysticism, the teachings of Kabbalah, the mystical aspect of Rabbanic Judaism, has been strong in both the first century as well as the re-branding in the thirteenth century. Understanding the correlation between Kabbalism and the theories stated above will help to understand not only their origins but also their meaning.


“In the beginning,” a phrase we hear from pretty much all beliefs to describe the origin of the universe and mankind. What are the similarities between the modern Big Bang and the Cosmologist Kabbalist view? Please bear with me as I show both examples. It might be hard to understand at first but it explains itself. Let us compare:

From Lurianic Cosmology (Kabbalah)

“Before the Tzimtzum [the contraction] and the Shattering of the Vessel (The Great Cataclysm), the various powers of the universe (God), were harmoniously balanced and could not be separated from one another, shown in a representation called the Sepherot. These aspects were the opposing forces of Compassion (Rahamim/Reshimu) and Stern Judgment (Din), bound together in light. At the beginning of existence, the Ein-Sof (ever expanding space) withdrew into itself, creating an empty space (the Tehiru or vacuum), within which the forces of Din began to take on an independent life. This deeper concealment, or contraction of the Ein-Sof, thus resulted in a purging of the harsh dross which contained all elements of potential evil from the being of God. The empty space thus contained the forces of Din and a remnant, the Reshimu, or impression of the Divine Light.

 At this point the Ein-Sof emanated a ray, the kab ha-middah or “cosmic measure”, which is represented in the first letter of the Tetragrammaton, Yod. This ray penetrated the tehiru and worked to organize the opposing forces that now filled this space. The opposing forces were together in a Vessel no bigger than a tiny spark, called the Divine Spark because it was made up of God Himself. This ray caused the Shattering of the Vessel (great Cataclysm) which separated Rahamim and Din, formed the planets, and brought into manifestation the Primordial Man, the Adam Kadmon….

In Luria’s scheme the Biblical Adam had the task of reintegrating the divine sparks as his being contained all of the various worlds, his body being a perfect microcosm of Adam Kadmon. Adam should have separated the divine sparks from the husks and restored them to the light of the divine. Adam of course failed in his cosmic task, and this responsibility has now been passed on to all humanity. It is the task of humanity to find the sparks of the spirit buried in the husks of the material world and raise these sparks to their divine source.”

But what does that mean? It can best be described according to the 13th century mystic, Moses de Leon,

“The beginning of existence is the secret concealed point. This is the beginning of all the hidden things, which spread out from there and emanate, according to their species. As emanation proceeds, as God begins to unfold, the point expands into a circle.”

Moses Nachmanides, a 13th century Kabbalist rabbi, wrote:

“There was only one physical creation, and that creation was a tiny speck…As this speck expanded out, this substance -so thin it has no essence – turned into matter as we know it.”

So, the Kabbalistic view in the 13th century is that God withdrew into himself creating space, a vacuum. This was called a concealment, in which all of God was brought to a single point (a singularity?), a speck called virtually nothing (sound familiar?). The two forces of God began to mix which potentially could corrupt God, so he purged himself by blowing this corruption out in an explosion that spread out into the cosmos; this is the origins of the planets and life. It was Adam’s job to collect the remnants of God (known as God sparks) from the now created universe to which Adam failed. The God sparks are what made planets and eventually mankind.  It is mankind’s job to carry these God sparks back to their divine source by evolving into perfect beings and carrying these sparks in the spirit form.

A rather interesting story, and written long ago. Notice how close the modern Big Bang Theory and Kabbalism are. Both start with essentially nothing with a starting point, a singularity of light and energy. Both explode, filling space with debris. Next is a strange “coincidence”: Planets and life were formed through pieces of God called God sparks in the Kabbalist view, while scientists today say tiny particles called God Particles, or Higgs Boson particles, are what formed the planets through Higgs fields that gave mass to the evenly distributed particles.



What does modern science have to say about this?

“The Higgs boson particle is one quantum component of the theoretical Higgs field. In empty space, the Higgs field has an amplitude different from zero; i.e., a non-zero vacuum expectation value. The existence of this non-zero vacuum expectation plays a fundamental role: it gives mass to every elementary particle that couples to the Higgs field, including the Higgs boson itself. In particular, the acquisition of a non-zero vacuum expectation value spontaneously breaks electroweak gauge symmetry, which scientists often refer to as the Higgs mechanism.”

The Higgs particle is called the God Particle by the science community because it is what created the planets and the solar systems. Without this negative field, the matter would have evenly dispersed throughout the universe as our laws teach. Only through these “God Particles” were the planets (and life) possible. This belief ties directly with evolution, which I will bring up in another essay. So, matter was “so thin it had no essence” (see above) until the God Particles gave this matter mass.


Do scientists realize the similarities involved in their modern writings? Have they inadvertently proven a religion from thousands of years ago? In 2004, a statue of the Indian God Shiva (or Nataraja the God of Chaos/Dance) was placed in front of C.E.R.N. Shiva is also pictured in many areas inside of the building.

“The parallel between Shiva’s dance and the dance of subatomic particles was first discussed by Fritjof Capra in an article titled “The Dance of Shiva: The Hindu View of Matter in the Light of Modern Physics,” published in Main Currents in Modern Thought in 1972.”

What is the significance?

Let us look into this further: Reshimu/Din, or Shakti/Shiva in the Hindu belief, is the comparison of order and chaos or good and evil, compassion and stiff heartless justice: Shakti is the representation of Order, Shiva is Chaos. Is it a coincidence that while searching for the God Particle (or God Spark) they use this symbol? Shiva is viewed as the God of Destruction and Chaos by Hindu beliefs. Din and Shiva are one and the same in the teachings of Kabbalah.  In other words, the material universe represented by Shiva/Din carries small God Sparks which are hidden throughout the universe. Now the reason for CERN’s creation is in question. What do they say?

“The Higgs (God Particle) is the particle that physicists are looking for with the experiments in the 27 km long subterranean particle accelerator at CERN. According to the theories the Higgs particle gives all things mass and for decades researchers have been hunting for this particle, which is needed to describe the structure of nature.”

Hmm, interesting isn’t it? What a coincidence. Are these Kabbalists using money provided for research to search for God? (A side note is to understand that once Shiva opens her third eye the entire world is destroyed, another mirror of the chaos behind Shiva.)


[A special plaque next to the Shiva statue at CERN explains the significance of the metaphor of Shiva’s cosmic dance with several quotations fromThe Tao of Physics. Here is the text of the plaque:

Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, seeing beyond the unsurpassed rhythm, beauty, power and grace of the Nataraja, once wrote of it;

“It is the clearest image of the activity of God which any art or religion can boast of.”

More recently, Fritjof Capra explained that;

“Modern physics has shown that the rhythm of creation and destruction is not only manifest in the turn of the seasons and in the birth and death of all living creatures, but is also the very essence of inorganic matter,” and that “For the modern physicists, then, Shiva’s dance is the dance of subatomic matter.”

It is indeed as Capra concluded: 

“Hundreds of years ago, Indian artists created visual images of dancing Shivas in a beautiful series of bronzes. In our time, physicists have used the most advanced technology to portray the patterns of the cosmic dance. The metaphor of the cosmic dance thus unifies ancient mythology, religious art and modern physics.”]

“Put simply, the doctrine of Sheviret HaKelim states (as does also the 20th century Big-Bang theory) that the Universe (i.e.,the Unity of  God) was shattered at the moment of mundane creation.  From this cataclysm, “Holy Sparks” flew off in all directions, some returning to their Source, others falling into the world of “things” and “beings.”  Thus, as the Baal Shem Tov states,

“In all that is in the world dwell Holy Sparks, no things is empty of them; in the actions of men also, indeed even in the sins he does, dwell Holy Sparks of God.”

(Lurianic Kabbalah)

Thus, the Kabbalistic notion of Tikkun Olam, or “Repair of the World,” is based on the principle that all things and actions in the world, no matter how seemingly trivial, are saturated with Holy Sparks,  yearning to return to the state of premundane unity from which they fell at the creation of the world. Again, modern Chaos Theory in physics states much the same principle when it proposes that all disturbed systems seek to return to their pre-existent state of “quasi-stationary equilibrium.”


The Kabbalist view of the world is that Shiva/Din is the material world (matter), while Reshimu/Shakti is the spiritual world unseen by the human eyes (anti-mater). Light is taught to be a constant in a vacuum. A constant cannot be altered by outside forces in any way. Yet the same scientists that teach this also teach of black holes. Black holes are collapsed stars whose gravitational forces are so strong that light can’t escape it. Wouldn’t that completely contradict the theory that light is a constant?

Jewish Kabbalist Albert Einstein taught that light and matter are relative to each other through time and space, hence the Theory of Relativity. Correct if you guessed it: Reshimu and Din are relative to each other through space and time, the void created by God at the beginning (according to Kabbalah). The Big Bang was the result of God compressing into a singularity (TzimTzum) and they believe God is pure light/energy. Therefore, when light is corrupted by the physical world (a star for instance which is light AND matter), God’s natural reaction is to draw in all matter and anti-matter into a singularity and purify Himself by a mini bang, so to speak, sparking creation.

“In Kabbalah, God’s Infinite light already expresses the Creator’s will to create the world out of a feeling of loving-kindness for its creatures. As such, God’s Infinite light is described as including a complete meta-plan for creation. The meta-plan is the essence of the 231 Gates Front and Back, which are first described in Sefer Yetzirah, attributed to Abraham.

Nonetheless, creation cannot begin until a void is created in which autonomous consciousness can exist. As noted above, the contraction creating the void is metaphoric. Chassidic teachings explain that literally speaking, the contraction of God’s Infinite light, represents its concealment and that this was achieved by God revealing His essential being above and beyond His expression. A modern physical metaphor that captures this idea is a black hole. The idea behind a black hole is that there is so much mass present in such a small space that the space-time continuum is curved to the point that not even light (which has no mass) can navigate its way around the black hole’s gravitational sink. As a result, even though a black hole may have an infinite amount of energy, none of it can radiate outwards. If you would suddenly place a black hole at the center of our sun, for example, the sun would suddenly seem to go dark, as all of its great mass and radiation would be engulfed and essentially dwarfed by the black hole.”

The problem with the origins of this theory is that they are based on ancient Kabbalist teachings! The scientific explanation is that there is an existence outside of space and time, just as the Kabbalah teaches. Therefore this is not a contradiction if you believe in the Kabbalah, as opposed to real science to where it is a contradiction.

“The Big Bang is currently imagined to have occurred 14 billion years ago. The farthest object seen in the sky by the Hubble and Keck Telescopes is 13 billion light-years distant, and is assumed to have been created when the universe was just 750 million years old. It would take at least that long (if not longer) for the material from the theorized Big Bang to coalesce into stars and for those stars to form a rotating galaxy.

But here is the problem. We are seeing that object 13 billion light-years distant not as it is today and where it is today but as it was and where it was, 13 billion years ago, 13 billion light-years distant from earth.

In other words, for this galaxy to lie 13 billion light-years away from Earth only 750 million years after the Big Bang, it would have had to travel 13 billion light years in just 750 million years’ time. That requires the galaxy in question to travel more than 17 times faster than the speed of light, a speed limit which according to the Big Bang supporters was in effect from the moment the universe was 3 seconds old.” […]


The similarities between these two views are not by chance. There are only a few things one can gather from this information:

1 – Modern Big Bang theory has proven the Kabbalah and its teachings. All people who believe in this theory are advised to seek out a Kabbalist Rabbi to learn more about what they believe.

2 – Modern Big Bang theory was STOLEN from the Kabbalah, in which case neither is correct and it is all a big lie.

3 – Modern Kabbalists have figured out a way to force their beliefs onto others by renaming their views as “science”. They can essentially block all other religions and get large amounts of money (in the tens of billions) to conduct experiments to further their own religious beliefs. They have taken over the scientific community by means of universities, by which they control who is a member of their society and who is not. Any opposition to their belief system results in public shame and ridicule from the mainstream scientists, causing these findings or opinions to be viewed as “heretic” or outside popular belief. After getting the scientific community on board, they went straight for Hollywood. As you well know, many stars, writers, and directors are avid Kabbalists.

4 – Time travelers from the future visited various Jewish Mystics throughout the years. Starting in the 1200s, next in the 1300s, then in the 1500s, and lastly in the 1800s providing small amounts of information each time leading to the ultimate answer.

5 – Aliens.

Unfortunately, there is real science out there; real science with real results, that make our lives better each day. This science is fundamentally being ignored in lieu of more exciting science fiction based on Kabbalistic views. Philosophical science hasn’t invented time travel, black holes, worm holes, but it has created a lot of good movies and books.

How will this information affect you? Will you have a “religious approach” to what is claimed to be a “scientific belief” and deny everything just to look on the internet for hours trying to justify your point of view? Will you acknowledge the fact that the origins of these beliefs are a religion from the 1200s? Will you toss the information to the side because it didn’t come from mainstream scientists, who control all the views as explained in #3? I can’t predict, nor can I expect, any real change in worldview from a single essay, or even a hundred for that matter. Only through research can we find the truth out there.

Distinguishing fact from fiction can be a daunting task but no task is more worthy.

The question is: Are you happy with fiction or are you looking for fact? After all, anyone who is willing to live in fantasy has no place in reality.


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