Question: In ancient times, Greek philosophers learned from the Hebrew prophets. There is a lot of evidence about this. A few hundred years later, the Hellenization of the Jews, mainly the elite, began. What is your opinion on this?
Answer: The fact is that the Greeks had nothing with which to oppose Judaism because it did not rise above all kinds of wild rituals. And what they received from the Jews, in particular from the Kabbalists, gave them the opportunity to develop their religion.
The same thing that happened among the Jews themselves when they gradually created their religion from Kabbalah happened to other peoples. Either they were on the side of the Jewish people and received all kinds of knowledge and experience from it, their attitude to higher powers and to human destiny, or they transformed it.
It is said that Abraham also sent his disciples to the East, and there they founded the Eastern teachings. Thus, all teachings and religions originated from what was received from the ancient Jews or rather from the Kabbalists.
But since Kabbalah is a very complex system for implementation, each nation adapted it in its own way. This is how all kinds of religions and spiritual practices arose.
From KabTV’s “Conversation about the Greeks” 5/5/21