Beltaine Day 2007
President Bush addresses the nation from aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln on
May 1 with the banner in the background.
Noahide Moral Laws of Satan's temporary kingdom of his Hasidic jews of Sanhedrin
And BY anti-Christ Blasphemy
and Treason they are now your laws apostate Maraka
and there are the fomentors of
didnt say "no" to noahide,
HE WAS THE AUTHOR OF IT
Pickles "right hand", his god is THE BEAST.
Its the SON OF MAN, JESUS
"THE KIKE" who has kicked God the father
of the throne and sits on it yonder in heaven........THE ABOMINATION THAT MAKETH
DESOLATE!) Jason Guenther www.thelowestroom.com
However, I stand fast for the
Commandments of God and they are written in the heart of His saints
Chaim Clorfene and Yakov Rogalsky
Forbidden relationships; what is permissible and forbidden in relationships;
consummation of marriage; divorce; seduction; homosexuality; lesbianism;
prostitution; bestiality; castration
1. It is written, “Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother
and shall cling to his wife and they shall be one flesh” (Gen. 2:24).
According to the Holy Spirit this verse comes to instruct mankind concerning
forbidden relationships. Rashi comments that the phrase, “Therefore a man
shall leave his father and his mother,” forbids the man to have sexual
relations with the wife of his father (not his mother) even after the death of
his father, when she is no longer considered a married woman. Obviously, this
also includes his natural mother. The phrase, “cling to his wife,” comes to
teach us that he shall have relations with his own wife and not another man’s
wife. “To his wife” comes to teach us that he shall have relations with the
opposite sex, not with a male. “And they shall be of one flesh” comes to
exclude any animal, for an animal is not of one flesh with a man.
2. A Noahide is
forbidden to have relationships with certain relatives and others to whom he or
she is not related. These are:
Mother (even if his birth had been the result of her having been seduced or
3. Under the Seven Universal Laws, one is permitted to have relations with
individuals related through marriage after the death of the relative. According
to some opinions, this even includes a man’s father’s wife (not his mother)
after his father dies. Those falling in this category are:
Father’s wife (not one’s mother)
4. It is the opinion of some authorities that the father’s wife is
forbidden even after the death of the father, and the prohibition is thought to
include women that the father merely had relations with, even if they were
seduced or raped by the father. Other authorities permit relations with the
father’s wife after his death, but forbid relations with either the father’s
or the mother’s maternal sister.
5. It is argued in the name of Rabbi Akiva that all
relationships that warrant the death penalty in a Jewish court of law also will
receive the death penalty in a Noahide
court of law. This includes a relationship that exists through marriage
(with a mother‑in‑law or daughter‑in‑law). The reason is
that since one’s father’s wife is forbidden, this is extended to include
others related through marriage (a mother‑in‑law being related
through marriage). Such relationships are punishable by
the courts. Other authorities say that only the father’s wife is in
this forbidden category, and they exclude other relatives through marriage.
The Courts are established by Treasonous Blasphemous
Congress of the RED Sofiet Edomites of sanhedrin Hell;
6. Forbidden relationships, other than with relatives, are:
A man with another man’s wife
A male with a male
A person (male or female) with an animal
7. A man is forbidden to have relations with another man’s wife, whether
she is the wife of another Noahide
or the Jewish wife of a Jew. Although a Jewish man is
forbidden to marry a Noahide woman and
from the perspective of the Jewish man there is no marriage, nevertheless, the
bond of marriage exists for her and she is forbidden to other men. Under
the Seven Universal Commandments, a woman is considered to be a man’s wife
when the couple has sexual relations with the intent that it constitute
8. A man is not punished by the courts for having relations with a married
woman unless he has sexual intercourse with her in the normal manner (vaginal
penetration), inasmuch as this is considered to be the way for a man to be with
a woman. But with other forbidden relationships, a man is liable for
punishment for sodomy or any other sexual act; it does not have to be the normal
way of intercourse.
9. A man is liable for punishment even if there was only slight penetration
during the act of intercourse. However, some are of the opinion that one is
not liable for only slight penetration.
10. A man is not punished by the courts for having relations with a married
woman until she has consummated her marriage with her husband. But if she is
engaged and not yet married, even if she is standing under the wedding canopy,
and there has been no consummation of the marriage, he is not liable for
punishment by the courts. By this law, we are referring to
a Noahide man with a Noahide
woman. Regarding a Noahide
man and an Israelite woman, whether she has consummated the marriage or is
engaged and has not yet consummated the marriage or married but has not
consummated the marriage, he is liable for capital
11. In times of slavery,
if a Noahide man
designated a specific female slave for his male slave and then had relations
with her, he was killed because of it. She was considered another man’s wife.
However, the master was not condemned until it had become public knowledge that
those particular slaves had been given to each other. And when did she become
permissible again? When she separated from him and uncovered her head in the
marketplace (that is, demonstrated publicly that she was available to any
12. The concept of divorce with regard to Noahides is a matter of dispute.
One opinion holds that there is no divorce possible. Another opinion states
that no writ of divorce is necessary, rather that divorce is dependent solely on
the volition of either spouse, even if one of them is against the divorce. They
separate due to the desire of either one and the thing is done. Others
contend that the woman may divorce her husband, but that the husband may not
divorce his wife.
Jesus set the Guidelines for Divorce, ONLY BY Adultary
13. One who caresses a forbidden member of the opposite sex, or hugs or
kisses in a manner of lust, or has close personal contact for the sake of
pleasure, transgresses the commandment prohibiting forbidden relationships, but
is not punished by the courts. In all cases where the courts are not empowered
to act, punishment is meted out by God.
14. It is forbidden to signal with the hands or the feet or to wink at any
person who is in the category of a forbidden relationship. One should not be
frivolous or light‑headed with anyone in this category,
nor should a man deliberately smell the perfume or gaze at the beauty of a woman
who is forbidden.
15. A man is guilty of transgressing the commandment forbidding illicit
sexual relations by having relations with a male whether the male is an adult or
a child, whether the male is consenting, coerced or forced, in public or in the
privacy of one’s own domicile.
(Note: In the Holy Scriptures, of all the illicit sexual relationships
mentioned, only homosexuality is described as an “abomination to God.” Even
bestiality is not so described. From a spiritual perspective, homosexuality is
devastating, destroying both the body and the soul of those who engage in it. No
homosexual was ever born into this world through a homosexual relationship. And
although it is true that a person may have congenital tendencies towards
homosexuality, it is like the child with the trait of tearing out its hair or
banging its head against the wall. If the tendency is destructive, the goal is
to seek correction. When a person is ill, the goal is to help him get well.
Ultimately, homosexuals themselves will complain against those who misled
them by condoning their practices and encouraging them, including the
politicians who pander to them as a constituency. In the end they will see that
this deviation brings one to excessive, abnormal weakness and to horrible
diseases as we are beginning to discover. In the context of history, every
society that encouraged or condoned homosexuality was short‑lived,
terminated even at the height of its glory. Most notable of these, of course,
was ancient Greece, which ruled the world and then was summarily voided in its
prime. Ironically, it was the tiny Jewish nation led by the priestly Maccabees
that broke the back of the mighty Greek Empire. It is no wonder then that Jewish
religionists are so outraged at this society’s permissive attitude towards
homosexuality, which is the essence of Western society’s corrupting
16. Though it violates the spirit of the Seven Universal Commandments,
lesbianism is not explicitly stated as one of the forbidden relationships.
See Madonna Esther
Lesbianism is, however, deemed an immoral and unnatural relationship
that destroys the order of the world. Prostitution is in the same general
category; that is, while not strictly forbidden, it is outside the realm of
morality and therefore violates the spirit of the Seven Universal Laws.
GOODBYE Washington of the Madam, HYPOCRITES of HELL
17. Relations with an animal are forbidden at any stage of the animal’s
maturity, even the day of its birth. A Noahide
who has sexual relations with an animal is liable for punishment, but the animal
is not killed. In the case of a Jew copulating with an animal, both the person
and the animal are killed.
18. The Children of Noah are considered related only through the mother.
Those on the father’s side are not considered relatives. This means that a
man’s half‑sister (of the same father but a different mother) is not
considered related to him and is permissible to him.
19. There is an argument in the Talmud as to whether a Noahide
is permitted to have a relationship with his daughter inasmuch as she is not
considered his relative. The conclusion is that, despite the fact that his
daughter is not considered to be his relative, she is nonetheless forbidden
because she is in the same category as his mother (a parent‑child
relationship), and his mother is forbidden.
20. In a homosexual or bestial act, one is liable even if there is only
21. It is forbidden under the Seven Universal Commandments to castrate any
male, whether man or animal or fowl. This aspect of the law correlates to both
the Laws of Forbidden Relations and the Laws of the Limb of a Living Animal. In
one opinion, castration of oneself is a transgression, but it is questionable
whether it is a transgression to fulfill someone’s request to castrate him or
even to agree to castrate an animal of his, despite its clearly being an act
of maiming one of God’s creatures. Nevertheless, even with so bizarre and
irreversible an act as castration, repentance and forgiveness are possible
through God’s great mercy, as it is written, “For thus has said the Lord
concerning the eunuchs that keep My Sabbaths and choose that which pleases Me,
and take hold of My covenant. I will give to them within My house and within My
walls a place and a name better than sons and daughters; and an everlasting name
will I give them that will not be cut off” (Isa. 56:4‑5).
 Gen. 2:24, commentary of Rashi
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 5
 Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 58a
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 6
 Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 58b, commentary of Rashi, “And some learn
 Babylonian Talmud, Yebamot 98a, commentary of Ramban (Nachmanides)
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 6
 Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 57b
 Mishneh Torah. Laws of Women, chapter 1, law 1, commentary of the Maggid
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 7
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 7, commentary of Kessef
 Jerusalem Talmud, Kiddushin, chapter 1, law 1
 Beit Habechira on Sanhedrin, page 227
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 7
 Ibid., law 7
 Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 58b, commentary of Rabbeinu Nissim
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 8
 Bereshit Rabba, chapter 18, opinion of Rav Yochanan
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Forbidden Relationships, chapter 21, law 1
 Ibid., law 2
 Ibid., Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 6
 Rights or Ills, adapted from the works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi
Menachem M. Schneerson
 Babylonian Talmud, Yebamot 98a, commentary of Rashi, “Behold, the
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Forbidden Relationships, chapter 14, law 10
 Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 58b, commentary of Ramban (Nachmanides)
 Ibid., commentary of Beit Habechira
 Jerusalem Talmud, Kiddushin, chapter 1, law 1 and commentaries
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 10, law 7, Mishneh l’Melech,
“We are returning to our ideas…”
 Shulchan Arukh, Even HaEzer, chapter 5, law 14, see commentary of the
RaMoh (Rabbi Moses Isserles)
We Want Moshiach Now!
The Seven Noachide Laws
The Seven Noachide Laws “The future Redemption will apply not only to
Israel, but to the whole world as well. In preparation for this Redemption,
therefore, action needs to be taken so that the world at large will be ready for
such a state. This is to be achieved through the efforts of the Jewish people to
influence the nations of the world to conduct themselves in the spirit of the
verse that states that G-d ‘formed the world in order that it be settled’
(Isaiah 45:18) in a civilized manner, through the observance of their seven
The Seven Universal Laws
The Seven Universal Laws, also known as the Seven Noahide Laws, are the
minimal observance for non-Jews. All of these laws are derived from specific
passages in the Torah, which G-d gave to the Jewish people at Mount Sinai. By
learning from the Jews and performing the mitzvos (commandments, laws or good
deeds), non-Jews have a crucial role in completing the Creation. However,
Hasidic Gentiles (”Noahides”) are also encouraged to perform additional
mitzvos, such as giving to charity, praying regularly, and studying Torah.
Further information about the Seven Universal Laws and the proper
relationship of gentiles with the Jewish people can be found in The
Path of the Righteous Gentile” by Chaim Clorfene and Rabbi Yakov Rogalsky,
here for a online version.
The Seven Laws of Noah are the following:
of Illicit relations
of Failing to establish courts of justice
of Eating live meat
The Seven Universal Laws actually encompass numerous details and applications
that are not explained here (by one opinion, 66
laws, but even these are only a very basic guide). One should also keep in
mind that these laws are only the minimal observance for Hasidic Gentiles, since
there are many Jewish mitzvos that we are encouraged to adopt to attain a
greater level of spiritual refinement and increased blessings for ourselves and
the rest of Creation.
Courts of Law
Mt:10:17: But beware of men: for they will deliver you up to the councils, and they will scourge you in their synagogues;
18: And ye shall be brought before governors and kings for my sake, for a testimony against them and the Gentiles.
19: But when they deliver you up, take no thought how or what ye shall speak: for it shall be given you in that same hour what ye shall speak.
20: For it is not ye that speak, but the Spirit of your Father which speaketh in you.
21: And the brother shall deliver up the brother to death, and the father the child: and the children shall rise up against their parents, and cause them to be put to death.
22: And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved.
Chaim Clorfene and Yakov Rogalsky
PART ONE: Roots of the judicial system; jurisdiction of the courts; criteria
for judicial decisions; standards within the court system; standards and goals
1. The Children of Noah are commanded to establish courts of law that will
carry out justice and maintain human righteousness and morality in
accord with the Seven Universal Laws. A court system that perverts
justice by handing down rulings in conflict with the Seven Universal Laws is an
instrument for driving God’s blessings out of the world. Anyone who fails to
establish a court system, that is, who lives in a community or city in which
there are no courts, and who does nothing to correct the situation, is
punishable by death. One who establishes or maintains courts of law that operate
contrary to the Seven Universal Laws is similarly liable.
In the Book of Genesis (34:25), we learn that two of Jacob’s sons, Simeon
and Levi, slew every male in the city of Shechem. The prince of the community,
Shechem, son of Hamor, had raped their sister, Dinah, and the city failed to
execute justice by bringing him to a court of law.
The city was therefore guilty of transgressing this seventh of the Seven
Universal Laws, and every citizen was liable for punishment.
2. The commandment to establish courts of law, though it might appear to be a
positive commandment calling for affirmative action, is considered a
prohibition. In effect, the commandment to establish courts of law is a
prohibition against failing to establish courts of law, because failure to
establish appropriate courts inhibits the performance of justice throughout
3. The only punishment meted out by the
Noahide courts of law in criminal cases is the death penalty.
4. One accused of a transgression of the Seven
Universal Laws and brought to trial in a Noahide court may be convicted only if
he is found to be mentally competent.
5. Every individual must accept a legal decision he has received. It is
forbidden for an individual to render a judgment himself (vigilante justice)
without going to a court of law.
HYPOCRITES VIPERS OF HELL JESUS KNEW you then and HIS
SAINTS KNOW YOU NOW for you are LIARS and serve the Father of the LIE and he too
is a MURDERER from the BEGINNING
6. In civil matters, that is, cases between individual parties, later
authorities question whether the Noahide is commanded to follow the same
principles as Jewish law and Jewish courts, or whether he is to follow rulings
established by his own Noahide courts and laws.
Although the Noahide courts are responsibile for only the Seven Universal
Laws, not the 613 laws of the Torah, there is an opinion that each decision of
the Noahide courts must follow its counterpart in Jewish Law. The accepted
opinion, however, is that Noahide judges and courts of law are to render legal
decisions according to their own laws and principles of law.
7. Arbitration and mediation or any other means of finding an amicable
settlement or compromise, thereby avoiding a court trial, is desirable, and,
more than that, it is a commandment to seek compromise.
SEE the Thieves of their Talmudic Arbitors of HELL
8. Circumstantial evidence is
admissible in the Noahide courts of law.
see ZUNDEL, see Scott Peterson
9. The Children of Noah are responsible for knowledge of the Seven Universal
Laws, and therefore one does not have to be warned that he
is committing a transgression in order to be accused in a court of law.
And One of you do not need be warned before the Father
visits you on hid Great Day of his Wrath ye VIPERS and HYPOCRITES
10. It is forbidden for a court to have compassion on a murderer, saying that
since one person has already been killed, what purpose could there be in killing
another? And the court may not delay the execution because of compassion.
11. Similarly, in financial litigation, the court may not have mercy on a
poor person, taking the attitude that a rich plaintiff has an obligation to
support the poor, therefore finding for the poor defendant so that he will be
supported with an honorable livelihood.
12. It is similarly forbidden to pay prejudicial respect to a great person.
If two litigants appear in court, one a great wise man and the other a simple
person, the judge may not ask about the welfare of the great one nor express
pleasure at being in his presence in any way, nor give him honor in any way.
Otherwise, the arguments of the simple person would be stifled. He would think,
“What’s the use anyway?” The judge must not favor either party until
judgment is finished. And the sages warn that a judge must not think that since
the litigant is so great a person, it is unseemly to embarrass him or see him in
13. If two litigants appear in court, and one is a righteous person while the
other is a wicked person, the judge should not presume that the wicked person
will not tell the truth, nor presume that he will not change his ways, and
therefore the judgment should go against him.
14. One should not judge unrighteously, acquitting the guilty and condemning
the innocent. And a judge who delays the judgment, lengthening the time of the
testimony or cross-examination, in order to cause either of the litigants to
suffer, falls under the ruling of judging unrighteously.
15. One who judges haughtily, without fearing his awesome responsibility and
without due deliberation, and then comes to a decision quickly before he has
taken the time to carefully consider the case, is considered stupid, wicked, and
16. The courts should not establish a standard judgment by which numerous
cases may be judged according to a precedent system, but should consider each
case individually on its own unique merits. (Note: Precedent in legal cases
may be followed as guidelines, however.)
17. A case concerning a large sum of money and a case concerning a small
amount of money should be given equal and individual consideration.
18. It is a positive commandment to deliver a righteous judgment, treating
the two claimants equally in every respect. The judge may not permit one to
explain his case at great length while telling the other to keep his words
brief. Nor should the judge be pleasant and smile at one while being short and
gruff to the other.
19. A judge is forbidden to take a bribe. Bribery will certainly corrupt any
judgment. A judge who takes a bribe is obligated to return the bribe if the
giver demands it.
20. It is also forbidden to offer a bribe to a judge. The category of
bribery is not limited to money, but includes any type of gift or favor.
21. Any judge who sits in judgment and attempts to magnify his importance,
even in order to increase the wages of his bailiff or the court clerk, is in the
category of one who leans after the wrong things. Once a judge was entering a
boat to cross a river. A man who had a case in litigation before the judge was
on the boat and stretched out his hand to help the judge aboard. The judge told
him, “Behold, I am disqualified to judge your case.”
* * *
(Note: The goal of justice is to function as impartially and righteously as
possible, to the ultimate degree. The following section delineates some of the
details of the standards of the Jewish Bet Din, the ecclesiastical court. The
Noahide courts are not obligated to follow these rules, but must be acquainted
with them as points of reference.)
22. Two litigants appear before a judge. One is dressed very elegantly with
expensive clothing and the other is wearing the clothes of a pauper. The judge
should tell the elegantly dressed one, “You should clothe the other one until
he is dressed as elegantly as you are, or you should clothe yourself to appear
as he does, and then you can enter judgment with him.”
23. The litigants should both sit or stand; it is improper for one to stand
and the other to sit. If the judge wishes to seat them both, he may do so. If
they sit, they should sit side by side, neither one higher than the other, and
they may so sit during the entire time that the judge is listening to the case.
But when the judge’s decision is being announced, then both litigants should
be standing. The “decision” is the judge’s announcement finding for the
defendant and against the plaintiff or for the plaintiff and against the
defendant. Witnesses for either side should always stand during testimony.
24. If there are many cases before the judge, the case of an orphan should
precede the case of a widow, and the case of a widow should precede the case of
a Torah scholar, and the case of a scholar should precede the case of an
unlearned man, and the case of a woman should precede the case of a man, for a
woman’s embarrassment is greater.
25. It is forbidden for the judge to hear the plea of one of the litigants
unless the other one is also present. To listen to even one word of the case
itself is forbidden. And we warn the litigant that he should not allow his words
to be heard before the other litigant arrives.
26. The judge may not hear testimony through an interpreter or a translator,
as the truth is reached only by hearing the words of the litigants themselves.
He must understand the language of the litigants and hear their testimony and
proofs. If the judge does not speak their language fluently, he may use an
interpreter to reply to the litigants to inform them of the judgment and the
reason he found for this one and against that one.
27. The judge must hear the arguments of the litigants, then review the
arguments in their presence to be sure that he understands them clearly. Then he
righteously decides the case in his heart, and afterward he reaches the final
28. The judge should not defend the words of the litigant, but he should sit
silently as each litigant says what he feels he must. And the judge should not
instruct either of the litigants in his presentation of any argument.
29. If the judge sees a favorable point in the case of either of the
litigants and the litigant does not know how to bring forth the point, or gets
angry and confused to the point of being unable to state his case clearly, the
judge may come to his aid slightly and put him on the right track to state the
beginning of his case. But the judge must be careful of how he does this so as
to avoid instructing the litigant in how to present a meritorious case, for if
the judge did this, he would be perverting justice.
30. Prior to the judge’s hearing the case, if he feels personally
threatened by either of the litigants, he may refuse to sit in judgment. But if
he has already heard their words and knows which way the judgment is leaning, it
is not proper for the judge to refuse to pass judgment out of fear of one of the
31. If there is more than one judge in a case, it is forbidden for any of
them to say after the trial, “I judged in your merit, but my colleagues found
against you and inasmuch as they were the majority, what could I do?”
32. A judge is forbidden to sit in judgment with a colleague whom he knows to
be a thief or a wicked person. He must not sit in judgment with another until he
knows with whom he is sitting. And no one should sign a contract until he knows
with whom he is signing.
33. A judge is forbidden to judge someone he loves, even though it is less
than a great abiding love. Nor can he judge one he hates, even though the person
is not his enemy. Ideally, the litigants should be equal in the eyes and heart
of the judge. If he recognizes neither them nor their deeds, he can render the
most honest judgment possible.
34. Men of learning who are contemptuous of each other should not judge a
case together. The judgment is likely to be distorted, as the contempt would
incline one to contradict the opinions of the other.
35. A judge should imagine himself with a sword resting on his neck and the
Pit of Hell open below him. And he should know Who is the Judge and in front of
Whom he judges, and Who will seek retribution from him if he strays from the
36. If a judge feels deeply in his heart that one of the litigants is in the
right, and there is no proof for it, or if the judge feels that there is
deception and trickery afoot by one of the litigants or with one of the
witnesses, and there is no proof for it, or if he feels he cannot rely on the
words of the witnesses even if he is not able to disqualify them, or if another
similar situation arises, then this judge must disqualify himself from the case
and be replaced by one who can judge with a whole heart in the matter. But if
the judge knows for sure that one of the witnesses is lying, he should not
remove himself from the case, but judge it according to his understanding of the
truth. And all these things are matters of the heart.
37. If a judge errs in his decision in a financial matter, he should retract
his decision, restore everything to its original status, and retry the case. If
it is not possible to retract and restore, for instance, one of the litigants
went to a foreign land and took the money awarded him, or the like, then the
judge is held harmless from making restitution of the money. It is clear that he
had no intention of causing damage.
38. Every judge should possess the following seven attributes:
Fear of Heaven
Fear of sin
Contempt for money
Love of truth
Beloved by his fellow man
A good reputation
39. When is one beloved by his fellow man? When he views things in a
favorable light and is humble, and he speaks and conducts business in a pleasant
manner. He should be meticulous in fulfilling the commandments of God, and he
should have conquered his evil inclination to the point that he is without
blemish. His name should serve as an outstanding model for the generation. He
should be courageous in order to exact a righteous judgment against
strong‑willed wrongdoers. Money should not be precious to him so that he
will not chase after it, for it is taught that if one desires to be rich,
poverty will come upon him. He should not need to be exhorted to strive after
truth, but should pursue truth from his own desire for it. He must love truth
and despise whatever opposes truth. And he must flee from all forms of
40. If a judge who possesses all these noble attributes cannot be found, then
one should strive to find one who meets as many of these requirements as
PART TWO: Laws concerning witnesses
1. A person may be convicted in a Noahide court by the testimony of a single
witness, but only if the witness is known to be righteous. If the character
of the witness is not known, it takes two witnesses to be able to convict the
accused. It is permissible for the witnesses as well as the judge to be
relatives of the accused.
2. A person may testify against himself in a court of law, but since he
is the accused, his character is definitely in question, and a second witness is
necessary to be able to convict him.
3. The witnesses must be subjected to a thorough and systematic scrutiny to
reveal any inconsistencies or other flaws in their testimony.
4. One is commanded to give truthful testimony in a court of law even if he
knows the testimony will damage a friend or exonerate an enemy. And, this refers
to civil litigation or criminal matters. In a criminal case, he is commanded to
come forth and give testimony even if the court does not request him to do
5. There are ten classifications that are disqualified as witnesses or as
judges in a court of law:
Fools and the insane
The deaf and the mute
The blind, even if they recognize voices
People who care not how they behave in public
Husbands of women involved in the trial
People who would benefit from a decision in the case
6. A wicked person is disqualified as a witness. This means that the
testimony of anyone who is known to transgress the Seven Universal Laws is
7. The courts should not admit the testimony of anyone unless it is
ascertained that this person is involved in keeping the Seven Universal Laws and
does acts of kindness and conducts himself in a straight way and is honest and
8. The judge who admits testimony from a witness before it is ascertained
whether the witness is qualified to testify is held responsible. This judge is
considered as one who perverts justice.
9. Whoever disgraces himself publicly is disqualified as a witness. These are
people who walk and eat in a coarse, impolite fashion in public, or who go naked
in public, or who are involved in any disgusting work or activity, or anyone who
feels no self‑embarrassment. All these people are considered on the level
of dogs, and one cannot trust them to be stringent against giving false
10. Even if a multitude of wise, God‑fearing people tell someone that
they saw such‑and‑such a person commit such-and‑such a crime,
and even though he believes it in his heart to be true, he is forbidden to
testify in court unless he saw the incident with his own eyes. Anyone who
testifies on the hearsay of others is considered a false witness, which is
tantamount to conspiring against another, and this is a grave transgression.
(Note: One who gives false testimony which convicts a person and causes him
to be executed receives the death penalty.)
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 14
 Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 59a, Rashi
 Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 56b, Rashi
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 10, law 2
 Encyclopedia Talmudica, volume 3, page 355
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 14
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Sanhedrin, chapter 20, law 4
 Ibid., chapter 20, law 5
 Ibid., chapter 20, law 6
 Ibid., chapter 20, law 7
 Ibid., chapter 20, law 8
 Ibid., chapter 20, law 10
 Ibid., chapter 21, law 1
 Ibid., chapter 23, law 1
 Ibid., chapter 23, law 2
 . Ibid., chapter 23, law 3
 Ibid., chapter 21, law 2
 Ibid., chapter 21, law 3
 Ibid., chapter 21, law 6
 Ibid., chapter 21, law 7
 Ibid., chapter 21, law 8
 Ibid., chapter 21, law 9
 Ibid., chapter 21, law 10
 Ibid., chapter 21, law 11
 Ibid., chapter 22, law 1
 Ibid., chapter 22, law 7
 Ibid., chapter 22, law 10
 Ibid., chapter 23, law 6
 Ibid., chapter 23, law 7
 Ibid., chapter 23, law 8
 Ibid., chapter 24, law I
 Ibid., chapter 6, law 1
 Ibid., chapter 2, law 7
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Witnesses, chapter 11, law 2
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings, chapter 9, law 14
 Sefer HaHinnukh, Commandment 26
 Mishneh Torah, Laws of Witnesses, chapter 1, law 4
 Ibid., chapter 1, law 1
 Ibid., chapter 9, law 1
 Ibid., chapter 10, laws 1 and 2
 Ibid., chapter 11, law 2
 Ibid., chapter 11, law 4
 Ibid., chapter 11, law 5
 Ibid., chapter 17, law 1
Worship Jesus the Christ,
Decaptiation by their anti-Christ Hate Laws
To every Man, and Woman in the
US Congress, to the Executive, and to the Supreme Court, To every Police
Officer, Military Officer, to every Judge, whether a freeman or an enslaved
Freemason Noahide, not one of you are exempt. Every one of you who swore to
Uphold the Constitution of the United States of America, is in direct contempt
by Treason, and can be held to the punishment of Capital offense, to be put to
death. You stand warned, that by your Treason and Blasphemy you are held
accountable before men, and before GOD. Either you are with God or you are
against him, your choice.
Every Man, woman and child, the
Blood is on your hands, Unless you cry out and confess that Jesus alone is Lord
Stand UP and stand UNITED
against the RED Sofiet Treasonous Vipers of Satan's shemmyGOG
Here is an anti-Christ filthy
choice most have made, they bid you join them
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I have been Diagnosed with the
Weakest mind of the Goyim anti-Shemshamshame-ites, by the Vile a filthy men of
Lucre of anti-Christ
Jn:8:44: Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.
Israeli Fifth Column, Fourth Estate, Religious
Subversion, and Incitements to Illegal Aggressive War and Genocide
Christopher Jon Bjerknes
In their perpetual search for a pretext to launch illegal aggressive war
against Iran and Syria, Jews have been accusing both nations of interfering
in the internal politics of Iraq, Lebanon and Palestine. The reality is that
the Israelis have been interfering in the internal politics of the United
States of America for decades and have incited genocide against the
Palestinians, Iraqis, Lebanese, Iranians and Syrians, among others. By their
own standards, many Jews are guilty of the crimes of which they accuse
others, and their crimes are a legitimate grounds for war, sanctions,
military embargoes, asset seizures, international prosecutions, and regime
change against Israel, its government and its warmongering people, who are
subverting the national interests of the US, undermining our government,
press and religious institutions in an organized campaign to attack peaceful
nations and bring about genocide and world war. It is not the first time
that world Jewry has attacked humanity in this vile fashion. It is time for
humanity to fight back against these monsters.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Bashar al-Assad ought to protest these attacks on
the lives of the Syrian and Iranian Peoples. We Americans ought to demand
our government protect us from this Israeli takeover of our political
system. Israel is waging war on the United States of America. It is time for
America to declare war on Israel! If we do not, the Israelis will force us
into additional criminal wars and genocides. The Jews of Israel and their
disloyal agents in America continue to ruin our economy, cause our soldiers
to needlessly die and needlessly murder, and submerge us in a Jewish
Bolshevik police state.
American Disconnect - Dumber All The Time
- I was at the checkout of a K-Mart. The clerk rang
up $46.64 charge. I gave her a fifty dollar bill. She gave me
back $46.64. I gave it back to her and told her that she had made a
mistake in MY favor and gave her the money back. She became
indignant and informed me she was educated and knew what she was
doing, and returned the money again. I gave her the money back
again...same scenario! I departed the store with the $46.64. This
actually happened to me in Austin at MoPac Blvd and Parmer Lane.
- I walked into a Mickey D's with a
buy-one-get-one-free coupon for a sandwich. I handed it to the
girl and she looked over at a little chalkboard that said
"buy one-get one free." "They're already buy-one-get-one-free",
she said, "so I guess they're both free" She handed
me my free sandwiches and I walked out the door.
- One day I was walking down the beach with some
friends when one of them shouted, "Look at that dead
bird!" Someone looked up at the sky and said,
- While looking at a house, my brother asked the
real estate agent which direction was north because, he explained,
he didn't want the sun waking him up every morning. She asked,
"Does the sun rise in the north?" When my brother
explained that the sun rises in the east, and has for sometime, she
shook her head and said, "Oh, I don't keep up with that
- I used to work in technical support for a 24/7
call center. One day I got a call from an individual who asked
what hours the call center was open. I told him, "The number
you dialed is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week." He
responded, "Is that Eastern or Pacific time?" Wanting to
end the call quickly, I said, "Uh, Pacific."
- My sister has a lifesaving tool in her car
designed to cut through a seat belt if she gets trapped. She
keeps it in the trunk.
- My friends and I were on a beer run and noticed
that the cases were discounted 10%. Since it was a big party,
we bought 2 cases. The cashier multiplied 2 times 10% and gave us a
- I couldn't find my luggage at the airport baggage
area, so I went to the lost luggage office and told the woman there
that my bags never showed up. She smiled and told me not to worry
because she was a trained professional and I was in good hands.
"Now," she asked me, has your plane arrived yet?"
- While working at a pizza parlor I observed a man
ordering a small pizza to go. He appeared to be alone and the cook
asked him if he would like it cut into 4 pieces or 6. He thought
about it for some time before responding. "Just cut it into 4
pieces; I don't think I'm hungry enough to eat 6 pieces."
The Author and Rense.com, James
Neff was shown
it said "Neat trick" How did
you get Congress to do that?
Hosea 4:6: My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children
Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is
in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under
the earth: 5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the
Lord thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the
children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me; 6 And
shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.
shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold
him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.
Remember the sabbath day, to keep it
holy. 9 Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work: 10 But the seventh day
is the sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor
thy son, nor thy daughter, thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thy cattle,
nor thy stranger that is within thy gates: 11 For in six days the Lord made
heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day:
wherefore the Lord blessed the sabbath day, and hallowed it
thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the
Lord thy God giveth thee.
shalt not kill.
shalt not commit adultery.
shalt not steal.
Thou shalt not bear false witness
against thy neighbour
shalt not covet thy neighbour's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's
wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any
thing that is thy neighbour's.