DAWN OF MAN: EVOLUTION RIDDLE SOLVED!

Perhaps scientists,medical researchers, scholars, physicists and others should delve into the teachings of the Zohar and Kabbalist Rav Berg before wasting billions of dollars on research. They might find the answers they are looking for, and perhaps come away with less ego, more kindness and tolerance as a result of studying the Zohar’s pages in their pursuit of answers. Twenty centuries later, science and medicine are now confirming what the Zohar had said long ago.

The Zohar spoke of a round and spherical earth some 1500 years before Columbus set sail for the new world.

The ancient Zohar revealed the existence of seven continents and seven seas fifteen centuries years before mankind realized there were more than just two.

The Zohar spoke about time zones, telling us clearly that when one side of the earth was in the dark of night, the other side of the planet was experiencing daylight.

The Zohar revealed that bad fats in the arteries is the underlying cause of heart disease and illness. And that good fats in the blood engender healing and cardiovascular health.

The Zohar described a ten dimensional universe two millennia before physicists and superstring theory arrived at the same conclusion.

And the Zohar said who ever takes the Bible literally is an utter fool and it would have been better if such a person had never been born.

Most harsh.

And from that perspective, lets now take a quick but profound look at what the Zohar has to say about man, creation and the role of evolution. The Zohar resolves the century old debate with compelling insights that settle the issue once and for all.

Spiritually speaking, this entire universe is all about evolution — the transformation and elevation of man’s utterly selfish and insanely reactive “desire to receive for the self alone”, also known as “the ego” — into a state of consciousness known as “desire to receive for the sake of sharing.” In simple terms, Love Thy Neighbor.

It means the eradication of ego and selfishness and the dawn of soul and selflessness.

It means evolving from a world of hell into a world of heaven.

On a physical level, there is also evolution. Everything that takes place in the 99% realm of true reality, also reflects down here in the 1% physical dimension.

What follows is a brief look at Kabbalah’s take on evolution and the dawn of man.

The Kabbalists and Zohar explain that all the stages of prehistoric man were created but then destroyed as part of the process leading up to humankind. The idea of fluid evolution from monkey to man is an illusion as you will see. But each stage of evolution did take place as part of the creative destruction of worlds.

As you will now discover, only the Zohar reconciles science and spirituality and ends the debate once and for all.

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Billy Phillips

Billy Phillips has been a student of Kabbalist Rav Berg and Karen Berg since 1989. He has been instrumental in helping to make Kabbalah accessible for the masses working on both private and public projects under the guidance of Kabbalist Rav Berg. He has lectured on a variety of topics, most notably the profound connection between Kabbalah, Christianity, Islam and the world of Science.

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14 Responses

  1. Luisa says:

    And what about now . Is our world the final one ?
    Is this evolution/ transformation going to finish some day ?

    • We are near the end. The world as it is will come to an end for sure, in another 225 years, approximately. this takes us to the seventh millennium. However, we can finish the transformation ANY TIME before this period. The sooner we finish, the more merciful the transformation.

  2. Luisa says:

    But , Than .. A new world Will begin , and other , and other ? Or .. The rendention Will last forever ? Maybe Than we Will have a tree of life that ends in Yessod …. A better world until we cling to Keter ???????? Perheaps it is a selection .. The Zohar talks about the souls that Will Be forget forever !

  3. Guillermo Del Solar says:

    Billy; what I am confused about is the relation between the Tzim Tzum story and Adam and Eve ..are they one and the same?
    meaning, was Adam’s sin the same moment when the vessel shattered in the Ein Sof?
    to me it seems that can’t be , because when the vesel shattered , the worlds were created and therefore Adam did not exist yet , but then why is it that Kabbalah teaches that at that point of shattering of the vessel, all the sparks of the souls were created (“To be continued” by Karen)…but then, we also learn that we all come from the soul of Adam (Zohar class) …I can’t conciliate both. To me in my limited knowledge, seems like two different stories, or at least different points in time. Either our souls came from the vessel first, or we came from Adam later …which one is it ?
    Can you help ? thanks

  4. Guillermo says:

    I have it…guess I need to read it again then…thanks

  5. Ash says:

    Why do Kabbalists say that Adam HaRishon existed c.6000 years ago. Would this mean he was the first human being who was created or the first man who understood kabbalah? are there 2 different Adams (ie Adam the vessel and Adam the author of sefer Raziel)? How could he have written a book in Hebrew letters when it was formed much later?

    • Hebrew was around before the creation of the cosmos. they are energy forces that were used to help create this universe. Adam Kadmon is the name of the Tree of Life, the Ten Sephirot. Adam the first man existed both in the Upper Worlds and then in our physical world. He is the first being with free will consciousness. In the Upper World, all souls of humanity, past, present and future, were included in the cosmic Adam. This one cosmic soul then shattered into individual sparks and fell into our dimension of time and space. Now these sparks appears as the chain of human existence that plays out over time.

    • Ash says:

      So the humans who existed prior to Adam did not have a free will as such, they were still on an animal level of consciousness? I take it Adam was the first “human” human who had a consciousness of free will, is this correct? Also scholarly understanding is that Hebrew letters were derived from the early phoenician scripts. Even the modern Hebrew script has evolved from the earlier paleo-hebrew script we find in abundance on ancient Israelite artifacts. So did the ancient paleo hebrew letters channel the energy forces which created our cosmos or was it the modern square script? wouldn’t it be more powerful to scan paleo-hebrew letters than the modern ones?

  6. Guillermo says:

    Hi Biily; thanks again for all the wisdom you are sharing. With all your patient responses, I have been able to understand much better this complicated aspect of creation. Yet, the more I think about it, the more questions I have .

    For instance, most scientists place the beginning of civilizations (human organized settlements settlements by my definition), more or less simultaneously, in places like Mesopotamia, India, China, Africa and Central and South America. From what I have been able to see, somewhere between 6,000-7,000 BCE is the most predominant estimates. This people would have had free will we would assume, if they were able to create that.

    Now, I understand what the kabbalists explain about destruction of worlds and certainly I am not challenging that. I have learned how powerful this wisdom is.
    Yet, in this case the dates being so close, I am having trouble reconciling both stances.
    6,000-7,000 BCE is pretty close to when Adam was created some 5,700 + years ago and according to historians and arqueological remains, from that point on (8000-9000 years ago) we had a continuously populated world, while Adam according to the Bible, was created “just” short of 6,000 years ago.

    So when we talk millions of years, I can understand the destruction and reconstruction of the worlds, but when these two positions almost intersect – and in fact there seems to be no space according to science-, that’s where I am struggling to reconcile both. It feels like you can “almost touch” these first civilizations and see the remains, yet they were destroyed. That’s what makes it difficult to understand for me. It is at this point where science and Kabbalah almost intersect in this subject where I am trying to make sense of it.

    Can you please explain that part further? Are historians missing something? Is it again the illusion of time? or am I being too influenced by the 1%?

    Thank you Billy

    • There is no time. Time is an illusion. From our perspective here, the Kabbalists say the universe came into existence 15 billion years ago. I dont have time to give you their calculation but that is the date. However, from the perspective of the Light human consciousness came into existence 5700+ years ago, according to the biblical date. All of the worlds created and destroyed took place in one instant in the upper world. But in our world, it looks like “time” when in fact, its just phases. They took place in another dimension. its like a new born baby that is one second old. If you dated the hair on the babies head, the hair would be 6 months old. But the baby is only 1 second old. thats because the baby was evolving in another dimension. So the universe came into existence 5700+ years ago, with a 15 billion year history attached to it. But it was really phases that were unfolding instantly cause there is no time in these other dimensions.

    • Guillermo says:

      OK Understood . I t is hard to fathom, but I understand the concept. Thanks again.

  7. Guillermo Del Solar says:

    So in a sense, if time is an illusion , then redemption already happened and we are like actors working on a movie that in reality, has already been released and won the Oscar.

    • Yes. This is why we need to remove “time and space” because those illusions are preventing the appearance of the redemption that is here. time and space are created by mass, materiality, according to Einstein’s theory of relativity and Kabbalah. What is mass? The Ego. Remove the ego, we remove the time “delaying” the redemption.

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