Friday, March 06, 2020

The Babylonian Talmud States that Adam Was Androgynous

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

For many years, I have been writing about the fact that Judaism teaches that the God of the Jews is an hermaphrodite. Since Adam was created in the image of this god, he was androgynous. This is one of the reasons why there are so many Jews pressing the androgynous agenda into public life, including forcing it upon our children. Here are a few of my articles on the subject:

Jana Ben-Nun has also been exposing the agenda to promote androgeny and corrupt humanity, both mentally and genetically. She has been unfairly attacked for telling the truth, which she did in the video shown here:

The Babylonian Talmud states not only that the God of the Jews is an hermaphrodite, but that Adam had a double-face, or two faces, one male and one female. The Talmud explains this to mean, that its god separated the faces male and female from Adam to create Eve from Adam. Jana argues that to make things right, in the minds of Talmudists and Cabalists, human beings are being reverted back to this alleged original state of androgyny. For those who doubt the validity of her claim that the Talmud states that Adam was male and female, see the following proof from Tractate Berakoth, folio 61 a-b, and Tractate Eruvin, folio 18a:

Johann Andreas Eisenmenger pointed these facts out several centuries ago in his book The Traditions of the Jews, Volume I, pages 15 and 16 of the English translation. Jewry claims that he was lying in his book, but the facts prove him correct. Eisenmenger wrote,

"In Berachoth, a Talmud- treatise, 'tis said, 'that God form'd Adam, with a double Visage, The Passage runs thus:' Rabbi Jeremy, Son of Elieser, says, 'God created the First Man with Two Faces; as we read, 'Thou hast fashion'd me behind and before.' Which Words Rabbi Salomon explains thus: 'He made him with Two Faces, one before and the other behind; and cut him in Two Parts; and out of one Part he made Eve.' In a Treatise entitled Eruvin, we read, that Adam had a double Face, from the Words, [Footnote:-- Ps. CXXXIX. 5.] 'Thou hast fashioned me from behind and before. On these Words says the Rabbi Eruvin, Salomon writes thus: He divided him into two Parts; for on the one Side he was a Male, and on the other a Female.' In Bereschith rabba, in the eight Parasha, we read these Words, 'Rabbi Samuel, Son of Nachmans said, 'In the same Hour, wherein God created Man, he made him with Two Faces, and sawing him asunder, made the Back part to each of them, one on this Side, the other on that.'"

Psalm 139:5 states,

"Thou hast beset me behind and before, and laid thine hand upon me."

Joseph Wheless wrote in his book Is It God's Word?, at page 216,

"First of all, the Hebrew God was to his Chosen People merely a man, or Superman, human altogether in form, functions, and attributes, with some attributes of a spirit or Jinn added, such as changing shape at will, like the gods of Homer.

As for his human or 'anthropomorphic' form and functions, this appears unequivocably from the Beginning: 'Elohim created man in his own image, in the image of Elohim created he him,' indeed, it is positively added: 'male and female created he them, and said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth' (Gen. i, 27-28). This, indeed, would imply an hermaphroditic sexuality in the person of Elohim (as a single deity), or a female consort, or a plurality of Elohim or gods, male and female, like the gods and goddesses of Olympus."

Since the God of the Jews in an hermaphrodite, Adam was created in its image as an androgynous being. It is interesting to observe on this point, that the male has both a X and a Y chromosome, but the female does not--at least for now.