Question: Many forefathers of the Jewish people—Moses, David, and Solomon—took wives from the nations of the world. And only when the Jews returned from the Babylonian exile did the sages specifically stipulate that they should not mix with other nations. What was the reason for this?
Answer: It came from Moses who created a nation in the course of forty years of wandering in the desert. He divided it into tens and clearly stated the laws in each tribe. And then Jews began to fulfill these conditions.
Question: Can it be said that when they were on a spiritual ascent they could absorb any kind of people? The rest of them adopted their ideology and joined it. There were practically no external attributes. And then it disappeared.
Answer: Yes. In addition, the family line was continued by the father. And only from the sixth century did it begin to be considered by the mother.
Question: What is the reason for this?
Answer: In principle, this is all conditional because it does not matter. By father or by mother depends on how the spiritual component of a man is transmitted. It is about the conditions under which the upper force remains in the offspring and leads it further to the goal of creation, to unity.
As a result, if we look at the end of history, then universal unity should reach a state in which there will be no difference between Israel and the nations of the world, as well as between all tribes and other parts of society within Israel because everyone should merge and become as one. All this is still on the way.
From KabTV’s “Systematic Analysis of the Development of the People of Israel” 7/29/19