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According to Halacha Is a Rorschach testconsidered a prohibited form of soothsaying? The reason I ask is because the prohibition of Nichush means Jews are not allowed by Halacha to make predictions based on spurious connections, which arguably includes predicting personality types based on ink blobs. Or no, since it has support from some of the psychological community is it fine?

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According to the Halacha, is it permitted for Jews to eat or drink during kriat Sh’ma, or no is that prohibited as a hefsek? Or no, is it not necessarily a hefsek to fulfilling the mitzvah? Sources please

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According to Halacha is it permitted for the shomer for the Chattan or Kallah to go out after the wedding to be disabled? Or no, does it not pose an issue even if they are disabled?

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According to traditional kabbalah, Hoshanah Rabbah is analogous to Yom Kippur in the sense of being a day of final judgment for the year, my question is why isn’t Avinu Malkeinu part of the Hoshanah Rabbah liturgy? It would seem to fit just like it does during the high holidays.

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Some Jews, particularly Hasidism, are Machmir not to use non meshuval wine viewed by a gentile for mitzvot (such as kiddush, havdalah, zimun etc.). I believe this is from Kabbalah. Does this Halacha or chumra apply If viewed indirectly like through a camera or binoculars

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According to the Talmud/Gemara in Menachot 37a a firstborn Jewish boy with two heads requires more than the usual amount for Pidyon Haben. My question is, if a woman gives birth to conjoined twins (either male or female) is she yoledet twice as long in Halacha?

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I believe the Talmud In Pesachim states ruach rah falls on men who walk between two women. According to poskim who’re makpid about this should a man who walks between two women go to the mikveh after the fact

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I heard a Jewish woman is tameh (even with no blood) after her first sex with a man. Is it true? Also A) what’s the din if she’s a convert who had sex pre conversion? B) what if her first sex is anal, oral, or handjob?

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The Talmud in Masechet Pesachim 49a states that a bat kohen marriage to an Israelite am Haaretz is not a Seudat mitzvah. My question is, are there any other areas of Halacha where this situation is different, such as the restriction on melacha for a week (or 3 days), simchat Chattan v’kallah, and Sheva berachot?