Baal HaSulam, “The Arvut”: It is as they said, that the Creator went with the Torah to every nation and tongue and they would not receive it. In other words, they were immersed in the filth of self-love up to their necks, some in adultery, some in robbery and murder and so on, until it was impossible to even conceive, in those days, to even ask if they agreed to retire from self-love.
Question: The Torah was offered to everyone?
Answer: There is no such thing as “offering the Torah.” This is just an allegorical statement. Do we really think that the Creator came down from heaven holding the Torah in His hands?
The Creator is the law of nature. There are people who, through their development, are more prone to discover the global force of nature. They are attracted to globality, unity, integrality, and the general forces of nature. But there are those who do not care about it; they are addicted to something else.
People with a thirst for knowing this single system, single force, single law of nature, become Kabbalists. They are engaged in its attainment. And gradually it becomes a science of how to reveal the Creator.
Naturally, we cannot attain Him by using physical devices. Neither telescopes, nor microscopes, nor any other devices can reveal the upper force of nature because it is immaterial, not subject to our physical influences.
But we can attain it with our additional actions. If we rise above our egoistic nature and try to create anti-egoistic, altruistic forces in ourselves, then with their help, we will begin to feel the Creator in the world around us.
Question: There are several million homo sapiens on Earth, and out of them, a group of people that are more predisposed to His revelation stands out, which is done by nature itself, i.e., by the Creator, the higher mind? Natural selection occurs?
Answer: Yes. These people are involuntarily attracted to each other. They are interested in being in a circle of like-minded people where they constantly communicate, understand each other, and are passionate about attaining the upper force.
From KabTV’s “System analysis of the development of the people of Israel,” 7/15/19