Rabbi’s No Longer To Teach ”The Old Time” Jewish Belief

     I Often hear from Christians on the subject of the afterlife.While theirs is a concept of Heaven and Hell…However by Jews it is not…Its Reincarnation. Rabbis of today skip the old fashioned Judaism of yesteryear and say “We don’t know what exactly the afterlife is”  That’s not so  please don’t play Putsavota  with your congregation and fellow Jews.
Its called Reincarnation exactly as  it’s referred to in “The Sefer Yitsera”(Jewish Book of Creation).
In that particular book there is a chapter in there that is known as  “Otz Chaim”(sic) or The Tree of life.
In there it speaks of it in 2 terms
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1.Gilagul Hanefesh( sic ) soul-trans migration or…
2.Radshesh Ha Gilagulim, (sic) revolution or schemes of souls…
In which a soul is returned to life based on ones past life’s behavior just as it is prescribed in the Book  Of  Life on Jewish New years A Rich man who never  gave to charity will return as a poor beggar..  a Poor Man good of heart comes back as a Rich Man… in other words your behavior in your past life  shapes your present one and your behavior in the present reflects on your  future one and you  keep on doing  this reincarnation until you  become a pillar in the Temple of the Lord  other words a perfect person.
 East European Jews Name after the dead to help bring  the soul Back into earth this is called Redemption upon inheritance (Book of Ruth). Today this still remains standard teaching Of among Karaites and Chasidim.
When I was growing up (I was born in 1949)  Reincarnation was standard teaching taught in each and every Jewish home the world over.
*Sic-spelling incorrect. 
International Herold


*Meaning of Putsavota …to feign stupidly or no knowledge of incident

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