WHAT IS THE GOLEM?

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Erez took a book from the table and showed me two pages.

“‘You can see that there are two pages of explanation for four single words. Hebrew is not like Italian, where one word has one meaning. In our language, one word has many meanings.

Once in the city of Prague,’ continued Erez’s friend, there was a rabbi who laid some soil shaped as a man on a table, and then he created a man without soul, made only by flesh. He created that soulless man just to protect the Jewish community of Prague.’

“‘This kind of creature is called the Golem. By word you can create a golem, and by word you can deactivate it. You cannot imagine how powerful the word is,’ said Erez turning to me. The Rabbi of Prague created the Golem through Hebraic words, and afterwards, upon the request of the Emperor as the Golem had become too violent, he deactivated it by using different Hebraic words.’

“‘Word creates life, events, and actions…

This is an excerpt from The Vibrations of Words by ETTORE GRILLO

Ettore Grillo, author of these books:
– A Hidden Sicilian History
– The Vibrations of Words
– Travels of the Mind
http://www.amazon.com/author/ettoregrillo

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