THE SEVEN LAWS OF NOAH (No'Ach) I. THEFT 1. against stealing 2. against committing robbery

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THE SEVEN LAWS OF NOAH (No'Ach) I. THEFT 1. against stealing 2. against committing robbery 3. against shifting a landmark 4. against cheating 5. against repudiating a claim of money owed 6. against overcharging 7. against coveting 8. against desiring 9. a laborer shall be allowed to eat of the fruits among which he works (under certain conditions) 10. against a laborer eating of such fruit (when certain conditions are not met) 11. against a laborer taking of such fruit home 12. against kidnapping 13. against the use of false weights and measures 14. against the possession of false weights and measures 15. that one shall be exact in the use of weights and measures 16. that the robber shall return (or pay for) the stolen object II. JUSTICE 1. to appoint judges and officers in each and every community 2. to treat the litigants equally before the law 3. to inquire diligently into the testimony of a witness 4. against the wanton miscarriage of justice by the court 5. against the judge accepting a bribe or gift from a litigant 6. against the judge showing marks of honor to but one litigant 7. against the judge acting in fear of a litigant's threats 8. against the judge, out of compassion, favoring a poor litigant 9. against the judge discriminating against the litigant because he is a sinner 10. against the judge, out of softness, putting aside the penalty of a mauler or killer 11. against the judge discriminating against a stranger or an orphan 12. against the judge hearing one litigant in the absence of the other 13. against appointing a judge who lacks knowledge of the Law 14. against the court killing an innocent man 15. against incrimination by circumstantial evidence 16. against punishing for a crime committed under duress 17. that the court is to administer the death penalty by the sword 18.* against anyone taking the law into his own hands to kill the perpetrator of a capital crime 19. to testify in court 20. against testifying falsely * This point is disagreed upon by different writers: "The Noahites are not restricted in this way but may judge singly and at once." III. HOMICIDE 1. against anyone murdering anyone IV. ILLICIT INTERCOURSE 1. against (a man) having union with his mother 2. against (a man) having union with his sister 3. against (a man) having union with the wife of his father 4. against (a man) having union with another man's wife 5. against (a man) copulating with a beast 6. against a woman copulating with a beast 7. against (a man) lying carnally with a male 8. against (a man) lying carnally with his father 9. against (a man) lying carnally with his father's brother 10. against engaging in erotic conduct that may lead to a prohibited union V. LIMB OF A LIVING CREATURE 1. against eating a limb severed from a living animal, beast, or fowl 2. against eating the flesh of any animal which was torn by a wild beast ... which, in part, prohibits the eating of such flesh as was torn off an animal while it was still alive VI. IDOLATRY 1. against entertaining the thought that there exists a deity except the Lord 2. against making any graven image (and against having anyone else make one for us) 3. against making idols for use by others 4. against making any forbidden statues (even when they are for ornamental purposes) 5. against bowing to any idol (and not to sacrifice nor to pour libation nor to burn incense before any idol, even where it is not the customary manner of worship to the particular idol) 6. against worshipping idols in any of their customary manners of worship 7. against causing our children to pass (through the fire) in the worship of Molech. 8. against practicing Ov 9. against the practice of Yiddoni 10. against turning to idolatry (in word, in thought, in deed, or by any observance that may draw us to its worship) VII. BLASPHEMY 1. to acknowledge the presence of God 2. to fear God 3. to pray to Him 4. to sanctify God's name (in face of death, where appropriate) 5. against desecrating God's name (even in face of death, when appropriate) 6. to study the Torah 7. to honor the scholars, and to revere one's teacher 8. against blaspheming This information is shared by the Institute of Judaic-Christian Research P.O. BOX 120366 Arlington, TX 76012-0366 BBS # (817) 346-1038 Sysop - John Hill This non-profit group is headed by Mr. Vendyl Jones (inspiration for the movie character - Indiana Jones). The IJCR seeks to establish a mutual understanding between followers of the Jewish traditions and Christian traditions. The Laws of No'ach (Noah) preceded the New Testament and are the basis for the Ten Commandments later given to Moses on Mt. Sinai. We wish to thank Mr. David Fasold, discoverer of the true site of the Ark of Noah, (as verified by the Turkish government), for acquainting us with Vendyl and his group. Mr. Jones and a dedicated group of fellow researchers are currently (as of November 15, 1989) in Israel in search of two items, The Ashes of the Red Heifer and the Ark of the Covenant. The Ashes of the Red Heifer are the remains of a ritual sacrifice which are used to purify water and those who have been in physical contact with the dead, among other things. When the original Ashes are recovered, it will signal the re-establishment of the Sanhedrin (the Jewish ruling council) as well as spur the building of the Third Temple. The Ark of the Covenant is the "abode of the Living G-d". There has been much speculation about the Ark throughout history but especially in modern times as Man's understanding of electricity and nuclear forces increases. The Bible is quite specific in the construction details of the Ark and there are reports that a copy was built by a northern university, (we have heard the University of Michigan). That copy was destroyed shortly thereafter due to the accumulation of lethal voltages. George Van Tassel based his "Integratron" in Arizona after the Ark. Van Tassel believed that his device will rejuvenate the body and possibly alter time. It is currently still after construction following Van Tassels' death. The Ark of the Covenant appears to be a very large Leyden jar. Other possibilities include : 1) an Orgone box (possibly to accumulate and store the life force of sacrifices made in its presence), 2) a free energy device (based on a radioactive nature as depicted by the infliction of boils and pyles on the Philistines) 3) or a radio communication device with some higher/other race or being. We will provide more details on these subjects as our understanding evolves. You can also keep up with what is going on by linking to the IJCR BBS as listed above or KeelyNet (214) 324-3501. If you have any thoughts on this information, please feel free to leave a message or text file with us or the IJCR.

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