Posted 29 January 2012 - 12:47 PM
I have yet to listen to this but I greatly enjoyed the CBB appearance and will check this out soon. There's one thing that's been bothering me that I wanted to share and since the CBB board is so off topic I thought I'd post it here:
One of you (can't tell you apart yet, sorry) asked if Kulap was from one of those cultures that saved spiders when in fact Judaism is one of those cultures. When King Saul was after David, he sent men after the future king. David hid in a cave and the King's guards eventually found the cave but before they could go in, a giant spider spun many webs at the entrance. When they finally got to the cave, they saw what looked like years of unbroken webs and decided that it was impossible for David to have entered the cave without breaking the webs. Because of this help, it is considered good luck in the Jewish culture, to save a spider whenever you can especially when it's just lost in your home.