Adam Baals – Jewish Mystic
Adam Baals was a well-known religious leader with significant financial troubles in his past, including bankruptcy proceedings being filed against him and accusations that he provided misleading information during an IRS audit.
Ugaritic myths depict Baal as an adversary to Mot, the god of death and sterility; yet worshipers would pray to him for rain and dew to fall.
Early Life and Education
Baal was the fertility god at Ugarit, and tablets found there depict him engaging in a vicious struggle against Mot, the god of death and sterility. If Baal won, then seven years of abundance would ensue; otherwise famine and drought would ensue.
West Deptford High School varsity baseball and volleyball team member; owner of Woodbury Exterminating and Southern Pest Control in Vineland. Debra Harker of Minotola NJ remains by his side along with their children Shannon Pagano, Courtney Schuck and Jessica Baals.
This report covers Adam Baals’ history, such as which schools and degrees he attended and earned, any criminal convictions or civil judgements, social media profiles he has created and where he currently resides.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Baals is a Jewish mystic widely credited with being the founder of Hasidic Judaism. Various tales about Adam can be found in Yiddish pamphlets published in Prague and Amsterdam during the 17th century; his real name was Avraham David Moshe.
At various points during his life, Baal Shem Tov felt an intense longing to immigrate to Israel; unfortunately his personal circumstances prevented this from occurring.
The Baal Shem Tov was a disciple of Rabbi Yoel Baal Shem of Zamosc, himself a follower of Rav Eliyahu Ba’al Shem of Worms. The Baal Shem Tov taught that Judaism and Torah belonged to all Jews regardless of station, wealth or endowments and that love for Israel should be the cornerstone of all mitzvot (good works). Furthermore, he encouraged his followers to travel the Jewish world encouraging those whom despair of religion to travel while encouraging those whom despair of hopelessness through travel and talks with Jewish people as encouragement where hopelessness arises.
Baal was known by various aliases and had several addresses. His full report may include information on schools attended, degrees earned, civil judgments or liens against him as well as whether or not he is on any government watch lists.
Jim leaves behind his loving wife of 34 years, Debra; children Shannon Pagano (husband Sam), Courtney Schuck and Maxwell Pagano; brothers-in-law Jeff Harker and Jayne Harker as well as an extensive network of family and friends.
West Deptford High School graduate LaMar Pest Control owner from Vineland NJ. A Philadelphia Eagles fan who also enjoyed eating hot wings and traveling.