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Myth of the golum
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There once was a hebrew priest who saw his people were suffering. So one day he went to an alchemist to learn the secrets of life and learned that the reason we live is to seek truth. So he went home and made clay dolls and inscribed the hebrew word for truth on there forheads. They grew and grew untill they were giant. He named them golums and used them to free his people
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Re: Myth of the golum
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Rabbi Loew, I know that story it can be considered a metaphor to a egregore. An egregore is, a manufactured spirit made by a magician. Why bring this story up?
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Re: Myth of the golum
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I saw some people asking questions on golums and the answers where lord of the rings is fake so i decided to put the story up so they can learn the origins of them
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Re: Myth of the golum
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I read it, in one of my books. So that's interesting.
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Re: Myth of the golum
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In Jewish stories, brainless zombies were called golems. Jewish holy men called rabbis created them.

The golem was brought to life using the holy word "Emet" which means "truth". This was written on the golem's forehead, or on a clay tablet put under its tounge. Golems could not speak or disobey their master.

In some stories the golem grew bigger and bigger. To stop the golem from hurting its friends as well as its enemies, the rabbi turned it back into dust by rubbing out the "E" of Emet. This spells "Met", which means "death" in Hebrew, the jewish language.
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