Bishop Gregory (hgr) wrote,
Bishop Gregory
hgr

merkabah mysticism, однако

Фадеев, Калдеев и Пепермалдеев
однажды гуляли в дремучем лесу.
Фадеев в цилиндре, Калдеев в перчатках,
а Пепермалдеев с ключом на носу.

Над ними по воздуху сокол катался
в скрипучей тележке с высокой дугой.
Фадеев смеялся, Калдеев чесался,
а Пепермалдеев лягался ногой.

Но вдруг неожиданно воздух надулся
и вылетел в небо горяч и горюч.
Фадеев подпрыгнул, Калдеев согнулся,
а Пепермалдеев схватился за ключ.

Но стоит ли трусить, подумайте сами,-
давай мудрецы танцевать на траве.
Фадеев с картонкой, Калдеев с часами,
а Пепермалдеев с кнутом в рукаве.

но с другим мистическим опытом, отличным от классического.
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Фадеев, Калдеев и Пепермалдеев
однажды гуляли в дремучем лесу.
Фадеев в цилиндре, Калдеев в перчатках,
а Пепермалдеев с ключом на носу.

Над ними по воздуху сокол катался
в скрипучей <b>тележке</b> с высокой дугой.
Фадеев смеялся, Калдеев чесался,
а Пепермалдеев лягался ногой.

Но вдруг неожиданно воздух надулся
и вылетел в небо горяч и горюч.
Фадеев подпрыгнул, Калдеев согнулся,
а Пепермалдеев схватился за ключ.

Но стоит ли трусить, подумайте сами,-
давай мудрецы танцевать на траве.
Фадеев с картонкой, Калдеев с часами,
а Пепермалдеев с кнутом в рукаве.

но с другим мистическим опытом, отличным от классического<lj-cut>.<a href="http://The Aggadah regarding the four Tannaim (Mishnaic Sages of the 1st-2nd centuries CE) is found in the exoteric Rabbinic-mainstream Talmuds (Babylonian Talmud Hagigah 14b, Jerusalem Talmud Hagigah 2:1):

The Rabbis taught: Four entered the Pardes. They were Ben Azzai, Ben Zoma, Acher and Rabbi Akiva. Rabbi Akiva said to them, "When you come to the place of pure marble stones, do not say, 'Water! Water!' for it is said, 'He who speaks untruths shall not stand before My eyes' (Psalms 101:7)". Ben Azzai gazed and died. Regarding him the verse states, 'Precious in the eyes of G-d is the death of His pious ones' (Psalms 116:15). Ben Zoma gazed and was harmed. Regarding him the verse states, 'Did you find honey? Eat as only much as you need, lest you be overfilled and vomit it' (Proverbs 25:16). Acher cut down the plantings. Rabbi Akiva entered in peace and left in peace.[3]

In the commentary printed beside the Talmud text, Rashi says that Ben Azzai died from looking at the Divine Presence. Ben Zoma's harm was in losing his sanity. Acher's "cutting down the plantings" in the orchard refers to becaming a heretic from the experience. Acher means "the other one", and is the Talmudic term for the sage Elisha ben Avuya. Rabbi Akiva, in contrast, became the leading Rabbinic figure of the era.">The Aggadah regarding the four Tannaim (Mishnaic Sages of the 1st-2nd centuries CE) is found in the exoteric Rabbinic-mainstream Talmuds (Babylonian Talmud Hagigah 14b, Jerusalem Talmud Hagigah 2:1):

The Rabbis taught: Four entered the Pardes. They were Ben Azzai, Ben Zoma, Acher and Rabbi Akiva. Rabbi Akiva said to them, "When you come to the place of pure marble stones, do not say, 'Water! Water!' for it is said, 'He who speaks untruths shall not stand before My eyes' (Psalms 101:7)". Ben Azzai gazed and died. Regarding him the verse states, 'Precious in the eyes of G-d is the death of His pious ones' (Psalms 116:15). Ben Zoma gazed and was harmed. Regarding him the verse states, 'Did you find honey? Eat as only much as you need, lest you be overfilled and vomit it' (Proverbs 25:16). Acher cut down the plantings. Rabbi Akiva entered in peace and left in peace.[3]

In the commentary printed beside the Talmud text, Rashi says that Ben Azzai died from looking at the Divine Presence. Ben Zoma's harm was in losing his sanity. Acher's "cutting down the plantings" in the orchard refers to becaming a heretic from the experience. Acher means "the other one", and is the Talmudic term for the sage Elisha ben Avuya. Rabbi Akiva, in contrast, became the leading Rabbinic figure of the era.</a>
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