Despite what some men may want to think, there’s nothing holy about their semen.
Here’s what’s disturbing. Someone claimed just that. Some women fell for it.
Nissim Aharon, a former employee at the Israeli defence ministry, was convicted of rape, sodomy, indecent acts and aggravated fraudulent acquisition.
Women paid him large sums of money, believing he was a holy rabbi who could heal body and soul, the court said.
He would claim to be a rabbi, and impersonate figures in authority who would then refer women and teenage girls to himself, the ministry said.
“He would give these people different explanations: among others, that a holy scent comes from him, and that his semen is a holy fluid, which by contact could heal body and soul,” the statement said.
He would also claim that his “holiness” could be passed to those who touched him physically, cleansing their bodies, it said.
At least Aharon is going to jail now.
I wonder how they caught him… did a woman finally realize the semen-bandage wasn’t working and decide to tell officials?
Anyway, this is no different from how the rapists in the Catholic Church operate. They gain your trust, manipulate you, and then take advantage of you.
It’s easy to ask how these women could’ve fallen for such an obvious lie, but when you’re convinced the person you’re with is not just trustworthy but powerful and connected to god, you’re more likely to believe what they say.
(Thanks to Matt for the link)