The Hasidic Judaism and Kabbalist concept of Tsimtsum when decoded is the hidden face of deities through anthropomorphic objects, architecture and feng-shui (spacial management). This esoteric Jewish Mystic teaching uses the the Ein-Soph or the eternal light of God to frame this concept. The eyes of YHWH who reduces and conceals himself so as the be watcher of his chosen people.
Rams Head (in Thicket) and Pentacle
When you compare the alters of Wiccan practitioners who hold up the divine feminity to be embodied in the symbol of the rams head, a hidden diagram of the womb along with their sacred pentacle and the similarity is more than just striking. It’s the exact same symbols and not only that, delivered using the very same esoteric methodology. The Ram hidden in Thicket and the Tetragrammaton.
Kabbala is obviously the embryonic beginnings of humans meddling in the unseen spirit world using the methods handed down to them by “the watchers” who took human wives and produced the nephelin.
The emergence of “hip witchcraft” has also brought down many of the veils that have been so carefully placed over the years. The discernment and collaboration of the internet has allowed the decoding of Jewish Mysticism and Western Witchcraft as they stand naked when noticed and in truth so similar that differences are more notable than similarities
Witch Aesthetic, Tsimtsum Today
While the secretive Jewish Mystic concept of Tzimtzum, the revealed and then concealed face of deities hidden in anthropomorphic objects is as old as Kabbala, the rise in Wicca has thrown this well kept Jewish secret over Tumblr and Pinterest. While hardly common knowledge, the increased exposure is fascinating as we see this crafty subtle concept existed at a time when Witchcraft wasn’t featued in every other teen movies.
As above, see below the Wicca alters and careful placements that deliver secret idolotry to Satan, the prince of the earth and author of so much of the esoteric codec being revealed by the discerning today. While he uses many names, “Old names that only the wind and the trees can pronounce” says Pan as he references Wind in the Willows (above and below).
Our gallery below demonstrates that the Jewish symbols above are clearly Cabalistic at their core and that perhaps the “God of Isaac, Abraham and Jacob” deserves closer scrutiny in the reading of the Old Testament with it’s often confounding and esoteric depth.
It’s always worth noting that when elitism from Jew to gentile believers of God rears its head that describing yourself as “the chosen people” might be true but Christ himself chose them time and again to call out hypocrisy. Not one was spared for judgement, some were chosen for it infact but all were offered the chance at redemption.
Without further ado….