Democracy And Monarchy

laitman_556The four legions match four legions of angels. The legion of Judah represented the celestial legion that is led by the angel Gabriel.

The angels are the forces of nature. If, for example, we let go of a glass of water in the air, it will fall to the ground, which means that there is an angel that pulls this glass to the ground.

When we integrate everything according to what the Torah commands we can reveal the four forces that sustain a person in the right integration between them. The result of the right connection of all the 12 tribes of the Israel nation is the revelation of the four major forces: Hochma, Bina, Zeir Anpin, and Malchut, the four angels, the four pillars, that hold everything together and lead us forward in a rigid but just manner.

This is tremendous pressure since everything is aimed at our precise development. Spiritual laws are not democratic at all. Their revelation obligates a person to exert himself to a certain measure; therefore, every law is accompanied by a tough force and at the same time by correction. There is no democracy here. Democracy is a concept that was invented in order to get rid of the imperial dominion. But a monarchy, propped up by Kabbalists is the best and most reliable.

The spiritual worlds were created so that there is only one force from above, the king of the world and everything else is subordinate to Him. It should be the same in the corporeal world. I don’t see any positive changes in the world since the monarchs have disappeared. A king is responsible for his state and for his people. They are his subjects so he thinks and cares about them. In a democracy, however, it is just about looting the state where every politician pulls the blanket to his side, wanting to bury all the others.

In the time of monarchies, both the leadership and the state treasury were more efficient. If the king had the support of the sages, everything was aimed at the benefit of the state. All the kings of Judea had a council of sages by their side, the Sanhedrin. Besides, there were always prophets that blessed them and the state. We can read about this in the “Book of Kings.”

When we speak about spiritual roots that are fulfilled in our world, we should mention that the king had to keep certain laws, because the Creator was above him. The daily routine of a king was clearly performed according to his spiritual level. It is a lot of work!

King David describes his attainments in the Psalms and King Solomon in the Song of Songs. The Song of Songs is the most holy book, which is about the unity, the complete love between the created beings and the Creator. These are the high spiritual levels that the kings, the judges, and the prophets were on.

Despite the rigid hierarchy, people who were not priests or Levites could also be members of the Sanhedrin. They all had to arrive at one decision, not by a democratic vote but by mutual concessions, which is a totally different attitude towards the world.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 12/24/14

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  1. but your group is responding. they think people are cruel. how many of them you think understands antisemintism in truth? or how many of them is in this because they dont want to be buried like animals (people)? you should close this place.

  2. This is a fascinating article with a somewhat flawed premise. The problem with a traditional monarchy with absolute power, is that leadership and wealth become a birthright. Therefore leadership might be given to a less than optimum choice. This might still work out if there is in fact a group of wise advisors controlling a less competent monarch, and, if the monarch is willing to be controlled. History has shown that this is often a problem.

    The problem with many democracies is that much of the population is either unwilling or unable to independently and properly educate itself in order to be able to vote correctly, ie., it is easily manipulated…often in the wrong direction. wreaking havoc on the people.

    Now we must return to the real truth of the matter and what you are all trying to teach, or at least I thought so. It doesn’t really matter if it is a monarch, or a democratically elected head of state, or a sovereign leader. (Of course it is always easier to run the show with a few well trained and tested people at the helm.) The real and very hard problem to solve however, is that until humans are able to rise above themselves, see a larger picture, and learn to actually work together for the greater good (this is especially true for those competent enough to run the show and therefore guide the progress), there is very little hope for this world. So here we are back at the ego….

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