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  1. Monotheistic Dances part 16

    We have been winding our way through the modern history of the Dance for awhile now. I think this is because modern history has seen a crux reached between the three. The biggest point, is the rise of modern Judaism and the state of Israel. Just eighty years before, or about three years after the American Civil War, the creation of Israel, no one would have forseen that. True, there had arisen, in the later nineteenth century, a series of movements to erect various villages, communities, and farming ...
  2. Monotheistic Dances part 15

    So far we have seen the whole in relation to the three great Monotheisms. But, as all three moved east they came in to contact with some beliefs that were totally different. In India, the Brahmins and Hinduism began to be formed. We also, in this history, see the rise of buddhism. Buddhism was spread to China, Japan and all over southeast Asia. It is said that it even followed the trade routes west to Egypt and came into contact with the Crusades, who carried some practices, such as prayer beads, ...
  3. Monotheistic Dances part 14

    When we considered the history of the Dance for Christian Monotheism, we saw several variants that had become discordant notes on the Christian Song. Mormonism, the Jehovahs Witnesses, and the Seventh Day Adventists all had false beliefs with new scripture that changed the story to fit their new theology. They were not true to the original foundation, they tried to write a song that did not go with the original dance. Judaism mutated from its biblical roots to become Rabbinical Judaism, and was ...
  4. Monotheistic dances part 12

    Moses Maimonides lived during the twelth century, and had what many might call a renaissance kind of life. He was a court physician in Egypt and Morocco, philosopher, lawyer, commentator, and scientist all rolled into one incredible package. Further, he wrote a commentary on the Talmud called the Mishneh Torah that saught to explain the widely divergent, or at least widely competitive views of the Talmud. He also 'distilled' the Jewish religion into what he called his Thirteen Principles. He was ...
  5. Monotheistic Dances part 11

    As we look over the demography of Arabia in the time that Mohammad walked it, we notice that there are several large concentration of Jewish bands. When he came to Medina there were three tribes: the Banu L Nadir, the Banu Kainuka, the Banu Khuraiza. You will notice, in other literature that the names might be spelled a little different. This is usually due to the fact that the transliteration from Arabic to English has more than one way, depending on the vocalization of the consonants and the vowel ...
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