Ancient Moses Social Laws - Documentary

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Mesaroş Anghel Documentary Essay It is a review non exhaustive of the Ancient Laws that regulated the social relations, focuses on 'Social Laws of Moses', contained in 'Deuteronomy’. This documentary will be used as a reference.


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Ancient Moses Social Laws Mesaroş - Anghel Vasile Documentary Essay / 2010

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 Ancient laws, which regulated property and social behavior evolves on a time interval of about ten thousand years. Each of them have a point more or less just, more or less favorable to the ruling class of that civilization. All applicable laws distinguish between slaves and free people applied. Comment: Except 'Law of Moses' which explicitly denies slavery in 'Deuteronomy': "Remember that you were a slave in Egypt and delivered you to the Lord your God."  As one possible scheme (non exhaustive) I mention some essential moments of Ancient Codes of Law:

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Hermes Trismegistus -10.000 Commented that the first Visionary and Ruler known, 10,000 years ago. In Egyptian mythology the god Thoth assimilated "The Hermetic tradition was both moderate and flexible, offering a tolerant philosophical religion, a religion of the (omnipresent) mind, a purified perception of God, the cosmos, and the self, and much positive encouragement for the spiritual seeker, all of which the student could take anywhere” Tobias Churton  Hermeticists commonly accept there to have been forty two books to his credit. However, most of these books are reported to have been destroyed when the Great Library of Alexandria was razed. Comment: Ptolemy I built in 288 BC, a palace, which housed a university, an academy and a library. At first the library size amounted to 400,000 volumes (papyrus), as Caesar's time to reach 700,000. Its destruction was done in four stages: civil war between Caesar and Pompey (48 BC), conflict for power between pagans and Christians (250 - 350); teofilus's decree of 391, around the Arab conquest of 650.

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Ancient Egypt - 3150  until - 30 BCE Thebe Civilization Founded in North Africa by joining the Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt (-3150) Maintaining for 3000 years of civilization of Egypt is explained by the three vectors of action:  Technological ability - Egyptian civilization implemented in time, technology and hydrotechnic constructions (irrigation), which are controlled and used the periodic flooding of the Nile River, providing a permanent surplus of food. This has led development of the mining industry, construction, military equipment. Distribution loss, corruption in the Egyptian state administration over the past three hundred years B.C.E, weakened the economic power and military finally collapse - the occupation of Egypt by the Romans and decline to extinction of the flourishing civilizations of Egypt.  Theology of Egypt. Egyptian state was a theocracy: Pharaoh was designated by the Temple priests of Thebes. They were able to change the sequence if the designated according Pharaoh was not the best solution, with other survivors of Pharaoh's family. It is also a cause for which Moses, initiated in Thebes, was named 'Grand Scribe' - inspector territory by Ramses II - the choice not to endanger his son Merneptah, as less prepared than Moses (to be See work at: Hebrew Christians fight Beginings for the Gospel of Jesus - Jehosuah).

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 Moses, Grand Theban initiated, will implement Theban Gnostic, achieving, in 40 years of confinement of Jews in the desert, a PEOPLE for a BELIEF. Theban Theology will influence, by deportation of priests in Babylon (Ashurbanipal, 669-627 BCE), Greek Theology and indirectly the Roman Theology. Pythagoras, initiated in Theban Theology will involve, by revitalizing the cult of Delphi (Greece) and his school in Croton Island (Italy) seeds of the four 'centuries of gold' of Greek civilization.  Pyramidal Organization of Egyptian society Codex of laws, which will inspire and Moses in the Hebrew tribes organization once left Egypt.  Theban Theology will influence, by the deportation of Egyptian priests in Babylon (Ashurbanipal, 669-627 BC), Greek theology. Pythagoras, initiated in Theban Theology will involve, by revitalizing the cult of Delphi (Greece) and his school in Croton Island (Italy), seeds of four 'centuries of gold' BCE of Greek civilization. Zamolxe, his envoy in Thrace will lead Dacic rite. Social Laws of Moses XIV-XIII BCE  I begin by reminding a few quotes from 'Deuteronomy'. There is Commands (rules of conduct) that govern the relations of 'the People of God' of Israel. Perception that, with the Gospel of Jesus and Hebrew Christians of the first Apostles, they automatically transgress in Christian Bible - the text of the 'Old Testament'. They are the foundation for what would later be called 'Social Laws of Moses'. It is clear that these are the first laws which stress the dignity and value of human life. Murder is a crime not only to man but to God.

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FACE FOR THOSE WHO TAKE BRIBE Chapter 10 Paragraph 17 'For the LORD your God is God of gods and Lord of lords, great and powerful and awesome God, at the front, nor take a bribe'. Chapter 15 Paragraph 19 'Do not destroy the law, not to look at and not take bribes, the bribe blinds the eyes of the wise and just because crooked'. Chapter 26 Paragraph 25 'Cursed be he will take bribes, to kill the soul and to shed innocent blood! And all the people shall say, Amen.' Comment: The quality of 'Lord of the masters' associates gave an esoteric (not looking at the front) with an actual human act (do not take bribes).  Which, many 'masters' among people not rush to comply. And ordinary people do not give them or ask them accountable for breach of this Command.  The two and three paragraph I did not comment. More clearly expressed can not be! Insistence and clarity of the wording indicates 'bribe' as a very serious sin - damned. Unfortunately only in the Bible, not to people ... HELPING THOSE IN NEED (THE ORPHAN, THE WIDOW, THE STRANGER) Chapter 10 Paragraph 18 'What do justice orphan and widow and loves the wanderer and give him bread and food.’ Chapter 10 Paragraph 19 'Do you love and the fugitive, that ye wanderers in Egypt.’ Chapter 24 Paragraph 17 'Do not judge the stranger crooked, the orphans and widows, and widowers should not get bail clothes.’

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HELPING THOSE IN NEED (THE ORPHAN, THE WIDOW, THE STRANGER) Chapter 24 Paragraph 19 ’When you reap the the fruits of the earth you forget any knock the dust, not to take him back, but let him remain the stranger, the poor, orphans and widows, the Lord your God bless you all things hands full Your.’ Chapter 24 Paragraph 20 (Cap.24/20) ’'When you shake your olive tree, do not go back to collect the remains, but leaves them alien, the orphan and widow.’ Chapter 24 Paragraph 21 (Cap.24/21) ’'When you gather the fruits of your vineyard, do not collect debris, but leaves them alien, the orphan and widow.’ Comment: The text states explicitly that God is right and gives food to 'orphan’, ‘widow’, ‘wandering'.  If only people, especially those leaderships states and local communities should repeat this Command before taking decisions on the budgets of states and communities.  The Command was first observed by Essenes and Christian communities. He was associated with a progressive community engagement activity in order not to remain on life, a pariah. Several times in 'Deuteronomy' is the text of Cap.10/19, a reminder - do not forget where Jews left and deprivation that they have suffered. 'FORGIVENESS' IN THE SEVENTH YEAR. '(1) Chapter 15 Paragraph 2 (Cap.15 / 2) 'Forgiveness, however, is this: all the lender who gives loan his neighbor, to forgive debt and no longer ask of his neighbor or his brother, to preach forgiveness in honor of the Lord thy God. " Chapter 15 Paragraph 3 (Cap.15 / 3) 'From the other people asking the debt, and what you have in your brother to forgive. " Chapter 15 Paragraph 4 (Cap.15 / 4) 'But it will not be poor among you, that you will bless the Lord in the land that the Lord thy God giveth thee possession, as it's legacy. "

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'FORGIVENESS' IN THE SEVENTH YEAR. '(1) Chapter 15 Paragraph 6 (Cap.15 / 6) 'For the Lord your God will bless you as you give credit has spoken and other peoples, and you will not get credit, and thou shalt reign over many nations, and those will reign over you. " Chapter 15 Paragraph 7 (Cap.15 / 7) 'And you will be poor any of your brothers in any of your cities in your land which the Lord your God gives you, do not harden your heart nor close your hand before your brother that you poor. " Chapter 15 Paragraph 8 (Cap.15 / 8) 'But to open your hand and give him loans suited to your needs and lack of suffering. " Chapter 15 Paragraph 9 (Cap.15 / 9) 'Watch out do not come into your heart and mind wicked say approaching the seventh year, the year of forgiveness, and not make it because your eye to your brother nemilostiv the poor and ignore it, that he shall cry unto the Lord against you and will be on your great sin. " Chapter 15 Paragraph 10 (Cap.15/10)  'Give him, give him and how many loans you will require and how it will be, and when you give them, not to grieve your heart, because for the Lord your God will bless you in all your stuff and all one will work for your hands. " Chapter 15 Paragraph 11 (Cap.15/11) "For not deprive poor of your land, and therefore I command you: Open your hand to your brother, your poor and the deprived of your land." Comment: 'FORGIVENESS' IN THE SEVENTH YEAR. '(1) governing the Hebrew loan and other people - how, after seven years, dies DEBT.  Command which require Hebrew to borrow other nations but would not require the loan from other nations - as a condition of 'the rule over other peoples' - not as a tool to DOMINATE and SUBJUGATE them. To 'reign' in the Biblical sense means to drive - smooth ASSET MANAGEMENT.

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'FORGIVENESS' IN THE SEVENTH YEAR. (2) Chapter 15 Paragraph 12 (Cap.15/12) 'It will sell to you and your brother, Jew or Hebrew, six years to be a slave to you, and in the seventh to give him the road from you, loose.’ Chapter 15 Paragraph 13 (Cap.15/13) 'And when you let them to be loose, not to cut loose with his bare hands,' Chapter 15 Paragraph 14 (Cap.15/14) 'But endow it from your flocks, from your area, from your presses, giving him and his with you in the blessed Lord your God. " Chapter 15 Paragraph 18 (Cap.15/18) 'Do not counted a weight for you when you should give him journey from you to be loose, because in six years and has worked twice as a foreign payment and you will bless the Lord your God in all that you Make. " Chapter 16 Paragraph 20 (Cap.16/20) ‘Search and justice and righteousness, to live and to conquer the land which the LORD thy God giveth to you.’ Comment: 'FORGIVENESS' IN THE SEVENTH YEAR. '(2) regulate' sale '(actually hiring labor) for seven years of a Jew or Hebrew woman.  Indicates the special status of the Commands of the same nation, who served seven years in a Jew. The requirement is to not let him go without him equip goods to remain a free man, with its own resources to live.  is interesting remark in Ch. 15/18 - that 'worked twice as a foreign payment'. Here we find the concept that Jews should be able to use primarily the work of the same nation. We respect the Command led repeatedly harm Jews (and other nations engaged in work of foreigners / migrants 'cheaper' than the population of the same people) in terms of numerical population growth of foreign / migrant. Example is the use of Arab labor within the Jewish farms between 1880-1915. It led to massive Arab population emerging from Egypt, Arabian Teritory, Syria and Lebanon compared with Jewish Emigration to Palestine, in the same period. This phenomenon was partly countered by the emergence of agricultural settlements type Kibbutz, Moshav, after 1905. But he remained a long time - 30 years - a demographic advance Arab population. (See also: Hebrew Organization for Self Defence in Palestine (Yishuv))

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TO AID HEBREW BROTHER Chapter 22 Paragraph 1 (Cap.22 / 1) 'When you see your brother's ox or his sheep stray field, do not get attached to them, but back to your brother. " Chapter 22 Paragraph 2 (Cap.22 / 2) 'But if your brother is not near you or do not know, to go to your house and sit on them until you find your brother and then to give them. " Chapter 22 Paragraph 3 (Cap.22 / 3) 'So to do with his ass, so to do with his clothes, so to do with any lost thing of your brother that he will lose and you you will find, for this you can not sidestep . ' Chapter 22 Paragraph 4 (Cap.22 / 4) 'When you see your brother's ass or his ox fallen on the road, not to leave, but to stand up with him. " Commentary: Aid another Hebrew for repossessed property.  Any object or animal found to be given the right holder. It is sought to be behind the property.  given for the direct aid in difficulty to return home.  Commands are firmly rooted in Hebrew - and now applied in most practical situations such as Mosaic Communities. In other nations as well, the human communities of small and medium sized (up to ten thousand) inhabitants. But there are many situations, more often in large communities (more than one million inhabitants), the type of behavior is aceest underrepresented or left to specialized organs of state or non-governmental organizations. Atomization of individuals in large human concentration, formally observed Faith in one God, make them inapplicable. USURY AND LENDING Chapter 23 Paragraph 19 (Cap.23/19) 'Do not give your brother or silver at interest, nor bread, nor anything one can give at interest. " Chapter 23 Paragraph 20 (Cap.23/20) 'That of another nation to give him at interest, and your brother not to give in usury, that the Lord your God bless you all things are full of hands in the earth are going to take him in possession . ' Chapter 24 Paragraph 6 (Cap.24 / 6) 'Nobody takes pawn stone above or below that of wheat mill , that would mean that the pledge itself get a life. ‘

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USURY AND LENDING Chapter 24 Paragraph 10 (Cap.24/10) 'It will give your neighbor some credit, do not go to his house to get bail for him.’ Chapter 24 Paragraph 11 (Cap.24/11) 'Stay in the lane, and one to whom you gave your loan to bail out into the road. ‘ Chapter 24 Paragraph 12 (Cap.24/12) 'And if he shall be poor man does not sleep, having to pledge you. ‘ Chapter 24 Paragraph 13 (Cap.24/13) 'But to pawn back at sunset, to sleep in clothes you and bless you, and it will be seen as a good deed before the Lord your God. ‘ Chapter 25 Paragraph 13 (Cap.25/13) 'You shall have in your bag two kinds of weights for scales: some higher and others lower. ‘ Chapter 25 Paragraph 14 (Cap.25/14) 'In your house does not have two kinds of efa: one more and another less.‘Chapter 25 Paragraph 15 (Cap.25/15) 'Weights for your turn to be true and straight and your efa is true and right to multiply your days in the land which the Lord your God giveth you to inherit. ‘Chapter 25 Paragraph 16 (Cap.25/16) 'That is abomination before the Lord your God is whoever injustice. ‘ Comment: There are so clearly exposed that I do not think I have anything to add.  Note to Cap.24 / 6: that relates directly to the resource not to take someone there (take the pledge itself would mean that someone's life). Unemployment, excessive taxation, bank interest excessive, poor free health care, are some examples of direct deprivation of the right to life.

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PAYMENT OF WORKERS Chapter 24 Paragraph 14 (Cap.24/14) 'Let no one who works injustice on pay, the poor and the needy of thy brethren or of thy strangers that are in earth and in your cities. " Chapter 24 Paragraph 15 (Cap.24/15) 'But you pay the same day and not the sun go down before it, that he is poor and soul of the expected payment, as he does not cry over you by God and not of sin. " Comment: It regulates the payment which gives a Jew to be correctly terms. SLAVES Chapter 23 Paragraph 15 (Cap.23/15) 'Do not give the prisoner in the hands of his master, when he shall flee from his master to you. ‘ Chapter 23 Paragraph 16 (Cap.23/16) 'Let him live in you, let him live among you, instead of what he would choose one of your cities where he would like, but do not straits. ‘ Chapter 24 Paragraph 7 (Cap.24 / 7) 'It will be that someone has stolen any of his brothers, the sons of Israel and making it a slave, sold to be killed and that thief to eliminate evil from among you.’ Comment: This law is in conflict with applicable laws servants and citizens (subjects of some totalitarian state or the missing fundamental rights subject). But the essence is that Jews slaves in Egypt, were freed by the will and power of God. Therefore any slave, wherever it comes, is for a Jew, a free man.  Seizure of Hebrew murderer must be punished with death ... really hard for our times. Paradoxically or not this law to apply in some Islamic communities - the law of retaliation. But in modern democratic societies, where 'long' trial and the facts as they rarely convicted.

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GREED Chapter 17 Paragraph 17 (Cap.25/16) 'You do not multiply women, not to rebel's heart, and no silver or gold and it's not growing out of proportion. ‘Chapter 23 Paragraph 24 (Cap.23/24) 'It will come in via your neighbor, you can eat until you get tire rep, but in your basket to not chicken. ‘Chapter 23 Paragraph 25 (Cap.23/25) 'And when you take your neighbor's wheat, broken ears with your hands and no chicken in his field to mow your neighbor. ‘ Comment: Unfortunately our headquarters considered in many communities, from the humble to the site managers, be they 'believers' or not. TAXATION ( ‘ TITHE ') Chapter 26 Paragraph 11 (Cap.26/11) 'And you veseleşti of all the wealth the Lord your God gave you and your home, but to rejoice and the Levite and the alien will be in you. ‘Chapter 26 Paragraph 12 (Cap.26/12) 'And when you osebi all your tithes of the land in the third, which is the year of tithing, and they will give the Levites, foreigners, orphans and widows, to eat them in your snaps and to be filled. ‘ Comment: It applies in most local communities and states. The issue is of greater or less than the unfairness of those who give it (tax evasion) and of those who take it (excessive taxation).  Problem actually is redistribution of income resulting from the 'tithe' - for those without resources to live or decent or, more frequently in favor of local or central leaders and their associated interest group.  Remark Zionist Jews was a systematic and perfectible redistribution of income resulting from the 'tithe', embodied in the organization and functioning of contemporary JOINT site. Essentially I think the emphasis not on 'how we collect' but on 'how redistribute'.  Those who envy Jews in need, who receive regular food aid, clothing and footwear and to have a roof over their heads and a decent life would need to 'copy' model Jewish millennial tradition in their own communities and in their own countries . If not, to turn to Hebrew - not to the officials that every time they 'draw benefits' of any collaboration, but the inter human. At the current level of communication, a human community of Serbian households, for example, could communicate with officials of a Kibbutz and Moshav in Israel, just as an example, in the distribution experience of 'tithing'.

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Author Notes: These traditions were in practice in Mosaic Essenians Communities.  Rabbi Jonathan Sacks (Chief Rabbi of the British Comenwealt) observed: "In time the priority was life community, the nation, the Empire, Jews were put to the fore dignity" ...  Regarding Ethics, mosaism was the first religion that stresses the dignity and sanctity of human life. For the first time, the individual can not be sacrificed for survival of a community without it voluntarily assume this move. To kill a person is not only a crime against a man, but a sin against God.  'Torah' refers to the creation of man by saying "God created man as His own image, to emphasize that every human is divine germ. If each person has the spark of God in him, anyone should be treated with respect and dignity.  'Talmud' tells us that God created the first man to teach us that: who saves a man save a world, who destroys a life destroy a world! According to the Talmud concepts in Hebrew, the individual is a microcosm of the world. The individual, in Hebrew law is important in itself, manifested in a variety of situations.  For example, an innocent man can never be sacrificed to save someone else or a group of people. If there are more people in the situation between life and death and we can only save one, for example an earthquake or a shipwreck, who save a person, and others may die, he have not directly caused their deaths but he fulfill the command: he saved a micro universe. If you do so, and God gives us more power we save perhaps even a human being... not the number of counts in that time but your involvement, under the commands of God.  Another example is the abortion issue, Halaka and Mishna accepted that only if the mother lives there directly amena fetus. We see here Command stated above in respect of words quoted Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. Ethics God sent us, through the prophets is the Good Works.  'Human Rights' were more or less explicitly stated in the post-feudal state constitutions. The last document that I mention is the "Declaration of Human Rights in San Francisco" (December 10, 1948). Vasile Mesaroş Anghel 11.10.2009 - 15.03.2010

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Bibliography - Reference Texts 1. *** Wikipedia ‘Deuteronomy’ 2. *** Wikipedia ‘Hermes Trismegistu’ 3. *** Wikipedia ‘Torah’ 4. *** Wikipedia ‘Talmud’ 5. Hebrew Christians Fight Beginings for the Gospel of Jesus - Jehosuah Mesaros Anghel / 2009 6. Hebrews, Christians, Muslims in Jerusalem - Compendium of Historical Facts Mesaros Anghel / 2009 7. Daniel Eisenberg, M.D Wikipedia The traditional Jewish view of abortion does not fit conveniently into any of the major "camps" in the current debate over abortion. Video Reference 1. Angelo Roncalli Papa Joan XXIII – Clipe de Viaţă – 2010 Mesaroş Anghel - You Tube 2. Inceputul luptei Evreilor Crestini pentru Evanghelia lui Iisus - editia III 2009 Mesaroş Anghel - You Tube 3. Hebrew Christians fight Beginings for the Gospel of Jesus - Jehosuah 2009 Mesaroş Anghel - You Tube 4. Breviar de Fapte Istorice - Evrei Creştini şi Musulmani la Ierusalim Mesaroş Anghel - You Tube 5. Hebrews, Christians, Muslims in Jerusalem Compendium of Historical Facts Mesaroş Anghel You Tube

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