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Quantum Physics & Judaism. The Lulav, the Torah – electrons and protons.

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24.09.2021

One of the indicators our Torah tells us we should yearn and anticipate, for a better, clearer future, is when the world will be filled with the knowledge of G-d as the waters fill the oceans. Clarity over confusion, light over darkness. These are signs of more (revealed) G-d and blessings in this world.

I believe Quantum physics is a part of the fulfillment of this prophecy. The knowledge of G-d can be understood and related to (better appreciated), physically and concretely through the (metaphor of this) science and greatly acclaimed Quantum mechanics.

In Judaism we are told that whatever we see in this world reflects its source in the spiritual world. For example, the Torah says G-d created man in His image. So, by visiting the features within man, we have a small inkling of what is happening in the source of man, G-d.

There are ten fingers, five on the right and five on the left. There are two eyes, one on the right one on the left. There are two nostrils, one on the right one on the left. There is a skull in which lays our brain and hair coming out of our head. The body, in general, has a right hemisphere and a left hemisphere.

These are all small windows that allow us to understand how G-d operates. There is a right and left, up in the spiritual realms. The right takes preference and is more potent than, and over the left. A skull encompasses the (G-dly) brain, and small dribbles of (G-dly) energy seep from the head and extend like hair strands.

Once a Chassid came to Rabbi Sholom Dov Ber (1860-1920) with a discovery in the brain. The Rebbe took out a book written a hundred years earlier, quoting from the Zohar, written thousands of years even earlier, that this particular part of the brain existed physically.

The Rebbe explained. Mere mortals who live on a physical plain must work backward, and........

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