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Millennia Of Documented Historical Rabbinic Assimilations

Don't Follow The Consensus In Doing Wrong (Shᵊm•ōt 23.2)

All of the following are documented strayings from Ta•na"kh—which persist in "Orthodox" rabbinic Judaism today.

  1. 3155 (3760-0605)ca. B.C.E. 605 Babylonian month names displace Biblical month numbers (like days of week numbers)

  2. 3155 (3760-0605)ca. B.C.E. 605 Babylonian: Superseded Firstmonth New Year with Seventhmonth Ma•rᵊdukh's birthday for Rōsh ha-Shân•âh

  3. 3585 (3760-0175)ca. B.C.E. 175 aphi•kōmon

  4. 3585 (3760-0175)ca. B.C.E. 175 ka•rᵊpas

  5. 3585 (3760-0175)ca. B.C.E. 175 Sanhedrin

  6. 3585 (3760-0175)ca. B.C.E. 175 synagogue

  7. 3585 (3760-0175)ca. B.C.E. 175 Roman practice of reclining while eating or drinking (see any Orthodox Pësakh Seidër ).

  8. 3730 (3760-0030)ca. C.E. 30 Hellenist Tzᵊdoq•im colluded with the Hellenist Roman rulers as a Hellenist bloc to execute the anti-Hellenist (anti-Roman, anti-Tzᵊdoq•im) Pᵊrush•i firebrand, Ribi Yᵊhō•shūa—who, along with his follower Pᵊrush•im Nᵊtzâr•im, were defended from the Hellenist Tzᵊdoq•im and Hellenist Roman bloc by the grandson of the Pᵊrush•im Rabi Hi•leil ha-Za•qein, the Pᵊrush•im Nâ•si of the Beit Din -Gâ•dōl, Rab•ân Ga•mᵊl•i•eil ha-Za•qein

    Between 60-135 CE, the Tzᵊdoq•im fled as refugees to European Roman Empire. Descendants of these European Tzᵊdoq•im refugees continue their persecution of the "secular" (common) Jews and have resumed their conciliation with the Roman Catholic Pope today.

  9. 3895 (3760-0135)ca. C.E. 135 reformed design of ta•lit from post-Egyptian mi•tzᵊnëphët, worn under the tō•tëphët, having assimilated a foreign "prayer shawl".

  10. 3895 (3760-0135)ca. C.E. 135 Reformed design of tᵊphil•in—as demonstrated by hard evidence of the Bar-Kōkh tᵊphil•in

  11. 3895 (3760-0135)ca. C.E. 135 Roman days of week displace Hebrew day numbers (may date back further, to Babylon)

  12. 3895 (3760-0135)post-ca. C.E. 135 Hellenist Romans, or later Hellenist European Christians, impose "dunce" cap on previously bareheaded Jews. (Contrast with ancient depictions of Israelis in all Biblical-era wall inscriptions; only royalty and kō•han•im wore head gear—see photos in "more" file at kip•âh; later assimilated and internalized by Orthodox reform as kip•âh.)

  13. 4260 (3760+0500)ca. C.E. 500 the ët•rog is first introduced to Jews—in Europe and the Holy Land. (The original "goodly fruit" was almost certainly the indigenous Levant pomegranate of the "Seven Species".)

  14. 5560 (3760-1800)ca. C.E. 1800 — Like a "Khanukah Bush" is repurposed to commemorate Khanūkh•âh, the Orthodox competed with Christianity by repurposing the Easter egg by a reform to commemorate the (goat-kid or lamb) "Pilgrim Offering". Roll eyes

  15. 5560 (3760-1800)ca. C.E. 1800 kha•zërët (horseradish) and onion displaced mâ•rōr on the Pësakh Seidër plate

  16. 5560 (3760-1800)ca. C.E. 1800 4 Questions of the Pësakh Seidër (strayed from Mi•shᵊn•âh Pës•akh•im 116a)

  17. 5560 (3760-1800)ca. C.E. 1800 celery or lettuce displaces eiz•ōv on the Pësakh Seidër plate

  18. 5560 (3760-1800)ca. C.E. 1800 European Xmas bread displaced khal•âh on Sha•bât

  19. 5560 (3760+1800)ca. C.E. 1800 Items on Seidër plate unrecognizable: salt water instead of red wine vinegar, Easter egg, onion, kha•zërët (horseradish), parsley, lettuce & celery

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