Roberta Herzog – Ancient Texts & Discoveries

by on July 6, 2010      

in History & World Events, Parapsychology, Spirituality

Roberta Herzog

Roberta Herzog
Dec. 1943 - Sep. 2010

When delving into the spiritual world, one is often confronted with unfamiliar terms, protocols, and references. For instance, what are soulmates? What are divine contracts, and how do they work? And what do ancient texts like the Dead Sea Scrolls and the codices that make up the Nag Hammadi Library really mean? Roberta Herzog returns for an expansive conversation that touches on spiritual evolution and the Bible Codes, provides insight into why reincarnation is missing in most world religions, and creates a frame of reference for Atlantis. This interesting discussion with Roberta Herzog will enrich your understanding of what it means to be alive at this time in human history.

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1 Robin Datta July 6, 2010 at 9:03 am

The Kabbasistic tradition describes B’nai Kelev (dogs) as having performed a mitzvah when the dogs in the houses of the Egyptians refrained from barking at the time of the Exodus when theAngel of Death visited those homes. They were therefore granted reincarnation in human form.

The “one without a second” noted on the show is mentioned in the Sefer Yetzirah (Chapter 1 verse 7): the implication is that there is nothing to be a second – not even the “believer”. No fence – no distinction – defines any “second”. The cognition of a deity by a finite intellect is incomplete, a fesel, and implicitly a violation of the Second Commandment.

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2 Deborah July 9, 2010 at 10:47 am

Please have Roberta again real soon. Kim did a excellent job. It was a pleasure to listen to.

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3 Patricia February 19, 2011 at 12:31 pm

Thank you for having this interview and podcast available. I just found out Roberta passed to the other life. She was a very great and loving soul and teacher. I feel blessed to have known her. Thank you again.

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4 Kim Greenhouse February 22, 2011 at 7:39 am

Roberta was a one of a kind rare being. We miss her so much. Thank you for listening and commenting.

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