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GATE OF REINCARNATIONS

Chapter Two, Section 1

The Personality, The Seed of The Resurrected Adam & 
The Mind of the resurrected Adam

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Sheila R. Vitale
 Pastor, Teacher & Founder
 CHRIST-CENTERED KABBALAH
 

A NOTE FROM THE TRANSLATOR

            The translations on this page are derived from an English translation of the Hebrew Text. The copyright authority of the Hebrew to English Translator restrains me from using the Names Jesus or Christ in my translations. Accordingly, I have used the word Messiah in place of the Name Jesus, the words the resurrected Adam  in place of the Name Christ , and the words the resurrected Adam of Atzilut in place of Christ Jesus.

          Christ is the Adam of Yetzirah, who rises out of the regenerated Abel, the First Adam’s root system,

          Christ Jesus  is Christ  ascended into Beriah, from where He marries the personality (Abel) within the individual.

          Christ Jesus of Atzilut, YKVK’s Holy One is the resurrected Adam of Atzilut

          Elijah’s Nefesh was incarnated in John, the Baptist, by gilgul, from birth (Lk 1:44, Lk 1:17), and imparted to the mortal man, Jesus of Nazareth, by Ibur at Jesus’ baptism (Mk 1:10).

          The glorified Jesus Christ is the personality (Abel) of the mortal man, Jesus of Nazareth, who married Elijah, His father (Jn 5:19, Mk 15:35), whose Ruach incarnated with Jesus by Gilgul, at birth (Matt 2:11).

          Jesus of Nazareth received Elijah’s Neshamah by Ibur after Elijah’s Nefesh and Ruach were joined at Jesus’ baptism (Matt 3:16), and Elijah’s Chayah and Yechida after Jesus arose out of His physical body (Jn 20:17).

HEBREW TO ENGLISH TRANSLATION

When a person is born, his Nefesh enters him. If he is adequately rectified through his actions, his Ruach will enter him at the end of his thirteenth year when he becomes a "completed person." His Neshama will enter him only when he completes his twentieth year, as it says in the Zohar (Mishpatim 94b).

            However, if he does not completely rectify his Ruach, then the Neshama will not enter him and he will remain with only his Nefesh andRuach. Likewise, if he doesn't completely rectify his Nefesh, then he will remain with only his Nefesh, lacking both his Ruach and Neshama. The Ruach and Neshama will remain in a place known to The Holy One, Blessed is He, and there a place will be prepared for each one.

            Now, if a person does not completely rectify his Nefesh the first time and dies, then his Nefesh will have to reincarnate, perhaps even many times, until it is sufficiently rectified. However, since he only achieved tikun through a gilgul, even after complete rectification is achieved his Ruach will not enter (unless there is a pressing need, as will be explained, G-d willing).

            He will have to die and return in order to receive the Ruach. Furthermore, once the Ruach is sufficiently rectified, then he will also have to reincarnate before receiving a Neshama, as was the case with the Ruach.

            If the Ruach is not sufficiently rectified, then the Nefesh and the Ruach will have to come back again, perhaps many times, until theRuach is rectified. Once rectification is achieved, then the person will die and his Nefesh and Ruach will come back with the proper Neshamauntil all three are rectified. Once this is done, there is no need for any further gilgulim. When his Neshama is completed, he has become a complete person.


English to English Translation
by Pastor Sheila R. Vitale

When the Holy Spirit, the Personality [of the glorified Messiah], enters a person, [the Shekinah] is born again [in that person]. If [the Spirit of Elijah], which perfected [the personality of Messiah of Nazareth] through [Messiah of Nazareth’s] adequate\1 actions\2 enters [a personality], the seed of the resurrected Adam will marry [the Shekinah]\3 at the end of the thirteenth year, but the Mind of the resurrected Adam will only emerge within the completed [personality] after the twentieth year.

           

            COMMENT: This is talking about the new birth (of Christ)\4 in the individual, mortal (fallen) man:

          1. The entry of the Holy Spirit (the Nefesh of the glorified Jesus Christ) into a mortal (fallen) man.

          2. The entry of the seed of Christ (the Ruach [Yesod]) of the glorified Jesus Christ) into a mortal (fallen) man,

          3. The entry of the Mind of Christ (the Neshamah of the glorified Jesus Christ) into a mortal (fallen) man:

          The First Adam would have received a Nefesh, Ruach and Neshamah without dying (in one gilgul/incarnation) if he had not sinned.

          Gilgul is the reincarnation of a soul, or an aspect of a soul (Nefesh, Ruach, or Neshamah) from birth.

          Ibur is the reincarnation after birth, as demonstrated by the grafting of the seed\5 of the glorified Jesus Christ to a mortal man.

          The First Adam died to his immortality and was subjected to the curse associated with disobedience, as well as the dark laws of the Snake’s world system (administered by Satan\6).  Reincarnation is not God's Will. It is the rule of the underworld that the First Adam and his descendants fell into.\7 (End of Comment)

 

English to English Translation
by Pastor Sheila R. Vitale

However, if the seed of the resurrected Adam does not completely rectify [Abel, the First Adam’s root system within the personality (and the personality’s potential to develop the moral nature of the resurrected Adam)], then the Mind of the resurrected Adam will not be formed in [that personality], and [that member of the First Adam] will remain a personality [which lacks the holy resurrected Adamic nature], having only [Abel], the [dead, male] seed of [that holy] resurrected Adamic [nature].

            Likewise, if [the seed of the resurrected Adam] does not completely conform [Abel, the First Adam’s root system within] the personality, to [the nature of the resurrected Adam], then [Abel, the First Adam’s potential to develop the moral nature of the resurrected Adam within the personality], will lack both [the moral nature of] the resurrected Adam, and the Mind of the resurrected Adam, and [that personality] will remain [a mortal, unmarried female] personality.

            And [Abel], the seed of the resurrected Adamic [nature], will remain [as an atrophied dimension of] the Mind of the resurrected Adam, the place\8 that [resurrected Adam of Atzilut], the Holy One who is blessed [by God], will prepare for Himself within each mortal man [who is] known to Him,\9

          COMMENT: The hidden parts of the soul are the seven curled up dimensions revealed by string theory and M-theory (modern physics) (End of Comment)

English to English Translation
by Pastor Sheila R. Vitale

[Abel, the male] seed [of the female aspect of the First Adam], did not completely conform [the female seed of] the First [Adam’s] personality [to His own righteous nature, so the First Adam] died, and now [the First Adam’s many-membered, fallen] personality, [which we, the mortal descendants of the First Adam are], have to reincarnate many times, even until the sufficiency of [the resurrected Abel within us] is perfected.

 

            COMMENT: This is true of the First Adam who died, and is now, by his descendants (which we are) trapped in an endless cycle of births and deaths (reincarnation).

          Mortal humanity is, indeed, the many-membered residue of the First Adam's righteous nefesh, but, multiple reincarnations have failed to sufficiently restore us (rectify) to the righteousness that the First Adam enjoyed before he sinned, or even to the righteousness that Israel enjoyed when he was keeping his covenant with Jehovah.

          We, the descendants of the First Adam, are restored to the righteousness of the First Adam when we receive the Holy Spirit, the glorified Nefesh of the Lord Jesus Christ (the Shekinah), which reconciles us to the Lord Jesus (the first stage of the New Birth).

          Mortal man must begin to die to his Carnal Mind with non-specific repentance, in order to receive the Nefesh (Holy Spirit) of the Lord Jesus Christ.

          He must die to his Carnal Mind concerning its lies about (1) himself and his motives, (2) reality in general, (3) doctrine, and (4) what is right and what is wrong, in order to receive the seed of the glorified Jesus Christ, his Ruach.

          Reincarnation will not restore us to righteousness. Without the assistance of the Saviour, the spiritual root of our personality (the fiery serpent/Cain and Abel) starts each lifetime over with a new personality, and gets nowhere (End of Comment).

  English to English Translation
by Pastor Sheila R. Vitale

However, since [Messiah of Nazareth] achieved perfection\10 only through the reincarnation [of Elijah],\11 the seed [of Messiah, the resurrected Adam],\12 will not enter [the other members of the First Adam’s fallen personality] until after [Messiah, the resurrected Adam], is glorified, (unless there is a pressing need\13)

          COMMENT: The pressing need is that the scientists of mortal humanity, who are working tirelessly to unify the forces of nature which will place the awesome power that was present at the Big Bang in the hands of fallen man, are rebuilding the Tower of Babel!

English to English Translation
by Pastor Sheila R. Vitale

 [Messiah of Nazareth] had to die [to His existence in this world system] and return [in a glorified form]\14 in order for [the rest of the members of the fallen First Adam] to receive the seed [of Messiah’s glorified life]. Furthermore, once the sufficiency of the seed of the glorified Messiah, the resurrected Adam rectifies [Abel, the part of the personality that is the First Adam’s root system], then [Abel, the First Adam’s potential to be restored to righteousness in the many members of mortal humanity], will have to be born again (reincarnate) before [the many members of mortal humanity] can receive the Mind of the resurrected Adam, in the same manner that [Abel, the First Adam’s root system within Messiah of Nazareth, was born again,\15  because] the seed of the resurrected Adam [from Elijah, incarnated with Him].

       

          COMMENT: The Ruach (the Spirit of Christ),  enters the unconscious (Satan) and subconscious (Leviathan) parts of the mind from the Hallway (collective unconscious of mortal man), washes over Satan and Leviathan, and weaves Himself over and through them, until they are powerless.

          This event is revealed in Gen 1:6-10.\16  Elohim commands an Earthen part of the creation to be formed and to flow together with the waters of life, which forms the conscious earth (the Snake). \17

          The mixing of the spiritual waters with the particles of spiritual earth is called the seas. This is the conscious earth that comes into existence when the dead, dry earth (mortal man) is exposed to the Spirit of Christ. The Snake is called the seas, a spiritually fluid being with an animal nature.

          In the Garden, the Snake reversed roles with the First Adam, who was to rule over it, and became the dominant force over the First Adam, which is the female side of the creation.

          When the Spirit of Christ from within a teaching Son flows over the Carnal Mind of a mortal man, He strengthens Abel to take back the authority that was stolen by the Snake, and overcome the unholy powers ruling over the fallen, female side of Adam (End of Comment)..

English to English Translation
by Pastor Sheila R. Vitale

 If the seed of the resurrected Adam does not sufficiently perfect [Abel, the First Adam’s root system], then the [personality] will have to be seeded [again],\18 perhaps many times, until the seed of the resurrected Adam perfects [Abel, the First Adam’s potential to be restored to righteousness]. Then, when the seed of the resurrected Adam succeeds in perfecting [Abel, Adam’s root system within the personality, the Carnal Mind] of that personality will die, and all three, the Holy Spirit], the seed of the resurrected Adam and [Abel, the First Adam’s root system within the personality, will weave together and] re-appear as the proper Mind of the resurrected Adam. [Then], the mature Mind of the resurrected Adam completes [the personality, which] is [now] a completed person.\19

           

          COMMENT: When we receive the Holy Spirit (Nefesh), the seed of Christ (Ruach), and the mind of Christ (Neshamah), the New Man within us wars against the Carnal Mind until He overthrows it, and possesses our personality and physical body. This accomplishment by the Christ within us imparts immortality to the personality (soul) and, eventually, to the physical body (End of Comment)..


 

Alternate Translation ®©

Gate of Reincarnations
Chapter 2, Section 2

The Personality, the Seed of the Resurrected Adam &

The Mind of the Resurrected Adam

When the Holy Spirit, the personality [of the glorified Messiah, the resurrected Adam], enters a person, [the Shekinah] is born again [in that person]. If [the Spirit of Elijah], which perfected [the personality of Messiah of Nazareth] through [Messiah of Nazareth’s] adequate actions enters [a personality], the seed of the resurrected Adam will marry [the Shekinah] at the end of the thirteenth year, but the Mind of the resurrected Adam will emerge within the completed [personality] only after the twentieth year.

            However, if the seed of the resurrected Adam does not completely rectify [Abel, the First Adam’s root system within the personality (and the First Adam’s potential to develop the moral nature of the resurrected Adam)], then the Mind of the resurrected Adam will not be formed in [that personality], and [the First Adam] will remain a personality [which lacks the holy, resurrected Adamic nature], having only [Abel], the [dead] seed of [that holy] resurrected Adamic [nature].

            Likewise, if [the seed of the resurrected Adam] does not completely conform [Abel, the First Adam’s root system within] the personality, to [the nature of the resurrected Adam], then [Abel, the First Adam’s potential to develop the moral nature of the resurrected Adam within the personality], will lack both [the moral nature of] the resurrected Adam, and the Mind of the resurrected Adam. [In this event, the personality] will remain [a mortal (fallen), unmarried female] personality, and [Abel], the seed of the resurrected Adamic [nature] will remain [as an atrophied dimension of] the Mind of the resurrected Adam, the place that [the resurrected Adam of Atzilut], the Holy One who is blessed [by God], will prepare for Himself, within each mortal man [who is] known to Him.

            [Abel, the male] seed [of the female aspect of the First Adam], did not completely conform [the female seed of] the First [Adam’s] personality [to His own righteous nature, so the First Adam] died, and now [the First Adam’s many-membered, fallen] personality, [which we, the mortal descendants of the First Adam are], must reincarnate many times, even until the sufficiency of [the resurrected Abel within us] is perfected.

            However, since [Messiah of Nazareth] achieved perfection only through the reincarnation [of Elijah], the seed [of Jesus, the resurrected Adam], will not enter [the other members of the First Adam’s fallen personality] until after [Messiah, the resurrected Adam], is glorified, (unless there is a pressing need, as will be explained, God willing).

            [Messiah of Nazareth] had to die [to His existence in this world system] and return [in a glorified form] in order for [the rest of the members of the fallen First Adam] to receive the seed [of Messiah’s glorified life]. Furthermore, once the sufficiency of the seed of the glorified Messiah, the resurrected Adam, rectifies [Abel, the part of the personality that is the First Adam’s root system], then [Abel, the First Adam’s potential to be restored to righteousness in the many members of mortal humanity], will have to be born again before [the many members of mortal humanity] can receive the Mind of the resurrected Adam, in the same manner that [Abel, the First Adam’s root system within Messiah of Nazareth, was born again, because] the seed of the resurrected Adam [from Elijah, incarnated with Him].

            If the seed of the resurrected Adam does not sufficiently perfect [Abel, the First Adam’s root system], then the [personality] will have to be seeded [again] perhaps many times, until the seed of the resurrected Adam perfects [Abel, the First Adam’s potential to be restored to righteousness]. Then, when the seed of the resurrected Adam succeeds in perfecting [Abel, the First Adam’s root system within the personality, the Carnal Mind] of that personality will die, and all three, the Holy Spirit], the seed of the resurrected Adam and [Abel, the First Adam’s root system within the personality, will weave together and] re-appear as the proper Mind of the resurrected Adam. [Then], the mature Mind of the resurrected Adam completes [the personality, which] is [now] a completed person.     

           

     Footnotes:

1 2 Cor 3:5, Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think any thing as of ourselves; but our sufficiency is of God; KJV

2 Cor 9:8, And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work KJV

2 Cor 12:9, And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me. KJV

2           Heb 5:8, Though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered;

                                9, And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him; KJV

3 Rom 8:11, But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, he that raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by his Spirit that dwelleth in you. KJV

4           Col 3:9, Lie not one to another, seeing that ye have put off the old man [the First Adam] with his deeds;
                                10, And have put on the new man [Christ, the Last Adam], which is renewed in knowledge after the image of him that created him: KJV

5 James 1:21, Wherefore lay apart all filthiness and superfluity of naughtiness, and receive with meekness the engrafted word, which is able to save your souls.KJV

6 Eph 6:12, For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. KJV

7 Isa 14:9-10

                          9, Hell from beneath is moved for thee to meet thee at thy coming: it stirreth up the dead for thee, even all the chief ones of the earth; it hath raised up from their thrones all the kings of the nations.

                          10, All they shall speak and say unto thee, Art thou also become weak as we? art thou become like unto us? KJV

8 John 14:2, In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place [within] you. KJV

9           Matt 7:22, Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?

                                  23, And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity. KJV

10            Heb 5:9, And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him; KJV

11          Matt 17:11, And Jesus answered and said unto them, Elias truly shall first come, and restore all things. [This statement refers to Jesus]

                                   12, But I say unto you, That Elias is come already, and they knew him not, but have done unto him whatsoever they listed. [This statement refers to John, the Baptist],

                                        Likewise shall also the Son of man suffer of them. [This statement refers to Jesus] KJV

            Note: Elijah reincarnated in both Jesus and John.
                    John had the Spirit/energy/power of Elijah (the branch of the Tree of Life), and
                    Jesus had the holy nature of the glorified Elijah (the root of the Tree of Life).
                    The two aspects of Elijah’s life were joined within Jesus of Nazareth when John baptized Him.

12            Gal 3:16, Now to Abraham and his seed were the promises made. He saith not, And to seeds, as of many; but as of one, And to thy seed, which is Christ. KJV

13            Matt 10:1, And when he had called unto him his twelve disciples, he gave them power against unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease. KJV

14            Acts 2:3, And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them. KJV

15            Rom 1:4, And declared to be the Son of God with power, according to the spirit of holiness, by the resurrection from the dead: KJV

  Note: Jesus became the Son of God when the power of the Spirit of Holiness that was born with Him, raised Abel, Adam’s root system within Him, from the dead.

16          Gen 1:6-10

                                      6, And God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.
                                     7, And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so.
                                     8, And God called the firmament Heaven. And the evening and the morning were the second day.
                                     9, And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so.
                                     10 And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that it was good. KJV

17          Rom 7:9, For I was alive without the law once: but when the commandment came, sin revived, and I died.                         10 And the commandment, which was ordained to life, I found to be unto death.
                                11 For sin, taking occasion by the commandment, deceived me, and by it slew me. KJV

18          Heb 6:4-8,

                                     4, For it is impossible for those who were once enlightened, and have tasted of the heavenly gift, and were made partakers of the Holy Ghost,

                                     5, And have tasted the good word of God, and the powers of the world to come,

                                     6, If they shall fall away, to renew them again unto repentance; seeing they crucify to themselves the Son of God afresh, and put him to an open shame.

                                     7, For the earth which drinketh in the rain that cometh oft upon it, and bringeth forth herbs meet for them by whom it is dressed, receiveth blessing from God:

                                     8, But that which beareth thorns and briers is rejected, and is nigh unto cursing; whose end is to be burned KJV

Alternate Translation, Heb. 6: 4-8,

                                         4, For those who were once weak, but who also experienced the illumination of the heavenly gift, and were made partakers of the Holy Ghost,

                                         5, And experienced the good Word of God , and the powers of the world to come,

                                         6, If they were to fall away again, would have to repent and experience the shame of having their carnal mind exposed and recrucified to the Son of God [all over again],

                                         7, Because the earth[en personality] that exposes itself to the rain [of the Holy Spirit] frequently, brings forth the appropriate [spiritual] food which causes [Christ], the one who plows [the personality, to expose and remove sins], to appear, [so that we] may receive blessings from God,

                                         8, But [the personality] that gives birth to piercing demons, and an obstructionist [personality that] rejects and curses [God], is [married to Leviathan], whose end is to be burned [in the Lake of Fire] (Alternate Translation Bible).

19            Col 2:10, And ye are complete in him, which is the head of all principality and power: KJV

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