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Conflicting Forces vs. Harmonious Duality Rabbi Zamir Cohen

Some people are confounded by the Torah’s prohibitions involving the combination of two entities. Examples of this include cooking and eating meat and milk together; wearing a garment made of both wool and linen; pairing an ox and a donkey for plowing; and relations between a man and a woman who are not lawfully married

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Past-life Regression - Return to the past by means of hypnosis

Another scientific research on life after death that proves clearly that the true “I” of every person is a spiritual, internal being housed within a body of flesh and blood. Knowledge of this truth, which is of universal significance, is absolutely necessary for a person seeking to understand his or her internal world.