Perceptions of the Talmudic Rabbis.
October 21st, 2006
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB.
I am here, Jesus.
I said through Mr. Padgett, “their [the Jews’] ideas and beliefs of the life after death were very hazy.” You feel this conflicts with your recent channeling, in “Jesus and the Talmud - the Soul and the Afterlife,” which had me say, “the Talmudic rabbis had a remarkable grasp of these matters.”
I used the word “remarkable” to convey the thought that the Talmudic rabbis were way in advance of their time. They were actually able to come close to understanding certain afterlife realities. But compared to the Padgett messages, their grasp can truly be seen as “hazy.”
I wanted to give them credit for often coming close to understanding these things. But despite this, they did not have a clear idea, for mixed in with brilliant premonitions were many erroneous beliefs.
Your channeling, thus, was accurate. It was meant as a gracious homage to my co-religionists.