- Unknown Binding
- Publisher: Zahavia (1974)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0006CGV32
- Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #440,307 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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It is my opinion that when the normal, unknowledged and even the well versed Jew reads these volumes they will begin to ask themselves "Is this true?" The reason why they will ask this is due to their faith's obvious schism which now honors all the abominations and digressions that their religion and their Bible deem as "evil", "immoral" or pure corruptions.
This is a very good book for both Jews and Non-Jews alike to truly understand Jews, Judaism and the various anti-Semitic claims that the ignorant place over these people. Fabulous to say the very least. 5/5.
Without a background in Judiaism as practiced and the compartmentalized philosophical idioms with which it offers explanation, Antelman's work is a slog of a read. Yet once one is brought up to speed, it is immensely rewarding as something that finally makes sense of history, those "white areas on the map" now being fully integrated into how we arrived at our contemporary pickle. As all theoretical works of history involving evil must be, there is necessary conjecture involved (about which I wish Dr. Antelman had been more explicit). So although the book is getting five stars, it is because of its value more than its prose.
That value is not just in understanding how we got to this passe, for history is more about understanding the people with whom one is dealing than it is about avoiding "repeating mistakes of the past." One is no longer surprised that Ahmadinejad is a Jew. One sees the dotted line between Sabbateans and Sufis in the events of the day. Such ends up prompting a rueful sort of humor, but at least one gets a chuckle out of it, were there not such a terrible portent for horror. At least one comprehends the apparent delight so many ardent Jewish Marxists take in promulgating such immense and ubiquitous stupidity.
The main thing I took away from my initial read, which is better described as a preliminary glossing over of the info in this book; which will be studied for years to come, I feel...but what I took from it is this: when looking for the number one enemies in any group always look first at those who are in positions of power in that group. So many think first to "investigate the Jews" if Christian or Muslim, "look at the Muslims" if Jewish or atheistic, "it's those freakin' Jesuits" if no others capture your gaze for intrigue...But Antelman has proven that all had better well look inside of their own & investigate just who it is they truly serve & where & from whom do they trace their own heritage, lineage...their true dedication.Read more ›
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The item was as described. The price was great. It arrived shortly. The best in-depth study of Sabbatians.Published on July 6, 2014 by D. Martin