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.


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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12 Responses

  1. Guillermo Del Solar says:

    This is fantastic makes me want to literally delve into the Zohar and leave everything else I am doing.

  2. Guillermo says:

    Billy so this means only life forms were destroyed but not the earth itself right? Also, how do we reconcile the fact that Adam was created only 6000 years ago according to the Torah ,with the human remains that have been found that are much older ?

  3. Ade Awodeyi says:

    wow wow wow, i sincerely thank God and you Billy for linking me to this wisdom…vielen Dank

  4. Guillermo says:

    Billy where can I find the age ofnthe universe in the Zohar ? I am reading a novel called the Einstein Enigma where they say the six days of creation equal to fifteen billion years !by starting at 8 billion years and cutting the number by half for each following day…I would really like to write the author and send him the Zohar paasage

  5. Guillermo Del Solar says:

    Billy what I don’t understand here is the Creator being perfect, why the need to go through so many worlds and not create man already from the first time ?

    • Nice question. Kabbalah explains the second the Creator thought it, it came to be. instantly. no time. perfection. It is we the souls of humanity who asked to understand this creation in the context of time. So if you take a perfected thought and creation, and you subdivide that thought into pieces, into the context of time, you will see all the phases and stages that took place instantly, when the Creator thought us into existence. You are being confused by the context of time.

  6. AJ says:

    Billy Phillips

    I just like to know.
    If we need to correct our self then there is a known correct previous being. This relies then on a predetermined purpose.

    Evolution is something random that comes from nothing going nowhere.

    Think kabbalah, the Zohar and even science should then consider the term correction to a ideal rather than evolution with many controversial meanings to this ideal.

    Then… what or does there exist a respectable way of thinking from a Spiritual perspective, because it seems to me that people who present kabbalah and the Zohar is trying to find itself popular among the field of science, thenceforth compromising the purity of the spiritual science?

    Some concern.
    Thank you for the enthusiasm…
    All the best.

    Braam Hanekom

  7. Bruce says:

    All good pints except that in several books on Kaballah the existence of Adam and Eve as actual living people. Im good with the comparison of the shattering of the Vessel as the Big Bang, and the sephirot as the adjusting of the Light to the material world, Chakras sere the same purpose. Where I get lost is the insistence that Adam and Eve were the first humans.

    • Adam and Eve represent the first two humans with consciousness of free will, the ability to transform and resist primal instinct. That is what was created anew. All the previous pre-man, evolutionary stages were leading up to this point. prior beings did not have free will consciousness, only intelligence.

  8. John says:

    Thank you so much Billy for this important article!! This information can literally bridge the gap between what Christians, particularly of the evangelical sort, believe and what is taught by modern evolutionary science. I have never had any trouble believing in both evolution/Big Bang and God creating the universe that we reside in. The two are ideas are not mutually exclusive!! Thank you again for this article.

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