Monday, September 22, 2014

the Babylonian superstition,Tashlikh

In a previous post, Ronald S. Lauder to spend evening of Rosh Hashanah with Francis, we wrote about the Talmudic/Kabbalistic holiday of Rosh Hashanah.  Some blogs and media outlets, which we choose not to name, referred to our post and informed their readership that Call Me Jorge... didn't know what they were talking about.  They all claimed Rosh Hashanah was an Old Testament holiday as celebrated today.  This is laughable.   To demonstrate to the contrary we do know some about the Tamludic/Kabbalistic holiday of Rosh Hashanah we include some information posted on the World Jewish Congress' facebook page.

This pre-war drawing shows a group of men practicing Taschlich, the custom involving going to a river or creek on Rosh Hashanah and casting a piece of bread into the river symbolizing the “casting off” of sins. Are you ready for the new year 5775? Shana tova!
source: facebook page of the World Jewish Congress

So Christians, get a hunk of bread, go down to the river, transfer your sins to the hunk of bread, and throw it into the river.  Why go to a priest as instituted by Christ, when you can do it the Talmudic way?


  1. Maybe to show their eagerness for interfaith dialogue and what grand stewards they are of planet earth, Bergoglio (and his brother "Catholic bishops) should send over for recycling some of those garbage bags full of that bread that came down from heaven left over from their big stadium 'liturgies':

    "I have a close priest friend whose conversion to Tradition occurred in 1995 when, as a seminarian at Mt. St. Mary’s, he was forced (yes, forced) to distribute Holy Communion at John Paul II’s Mass at Camden Yard. He saw hosts in large clear plastic garbage bags “consecrated” hundreds of yards away from the altar. Afterward, he saw those same bags still full actually pitched into dumpsters along with hosts scattered in the stands. That was enough for him."

  2. This is like some perverse, weird reversal of Holy Communion - Casting their bread upon the waters? More evidence of how bizarre that 'religion' is.

  3. So much of the religion of Judaism is whole cloth invention of the pharisees and rabbis. Even in the instances where there appears to be some biblical basis for a tradition of Judaism, upon closer examination it is found to be a gross distortion if not diametrically opposed to the biblical tradition that it mocks.

    You are to be commended to pointing to the absurdity of the 'Judeo-Christian tradition' ruse.

  4. Do some whirl chickens around their head on this feast?

    1. MaryC,

      No they do not perform the chicken ritual, Kaparot, at this time. Kaparot can be performed anytime between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur with the ideal time being on the day preceding Yom Kippur during the pre-dawn hours when a thread of divine kindness comes from the heavens for those few hours. Like Tashlikh, Kaparot is another Babylonian superstition which began in the 9th century. For more information on Kaparot see: