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- University of Chicago Press 2011; US$ 54.00
Bringing to light a hidden chapter in the history of modern Judaism, Shamanic Trance in Modern Kabbalah explores the shamanic dimensions of Jewish mysticism. Jonathan Garb integrates methods and models from the social sciences, comparative religion, and Jewish studies to offer a fresh view of the early modern kabbalists and their social and psychological... more...
- Bnei Baruch, Laitman Kabbalah 2011; US$ 9.99
Rav Baruch Shalom HaLevi Ashlag (Rabash), a student of his father, Rav Yehuda Leib HaLevi Ashlag, author of the Sulam (Ladder) commentary on The Book of Zohar, played a remarkable role in the history of Kabbalah. His writings provide us with the necessary link connecting the wisdom of Kabbalah to our human experience. If not for these essays, his father?s... more...
- De Gruyter 2011; US$ 168.00
The author reconstructs the adventurous life of the Kabbalist Abraham Cohen de Herrera (d. 1635) in the context of his mystic works. Herrera wrote a synthesis between Christian-oriented Renaissance philosophy, humanistic educational tradition and the kabbalistic ideas of Isaac Luria. His biography is exemplary for the importance of Jewish... more...
- Mohr Siebeck 2009; US$ 161.27
Unter dem hebräischen Titel <i>Sefer ha-Razim</i> ("Das Buch der Geheimnisse") sind zwei bis in die Spätantike zurückreichende Schriften bekannt, die überlieferungs- und redaktionsgeschichtlich eng mit einander verwandt sind. Beim <i>Sefer ha-Razim I</i> handelt es sich um ein magisches Handbuch, das eminent magisches... more...
- Red Wheel Weiser 1985; US$ 9.95
The author uses a question and answer format to provide basic background information for the study of Kabbals. Includes history, doctrines, anthropology, magical methods, talismans, and shows the growth and change within the movement. more...
- Red Wheel Weiser 1973; US$ 14.95
This is the first part of Eliphas Levi's last great descourse on the mysteries of occultism that was continued and concluded in The Great Secret . In it, Levi examines with great precision and insight the inner meanings of Qabalism and their relationship to the occult sciences. Part One is a commentary on the Spihra Dzeniuta by Simeon Ben-Jochal,... more...
- Bnei Baruch, Laitman Kabbalah 2014; US$ 4.99
A Glimpse of Light offers contemplations from the ocean of wisdom contained in the wisdom of Kabbalah, touching upon topics such as pleasure, ego, love, men and women, education, Nature, The Book of Zohar, and spirituality. Just open the book wherever you wish, and begin to read, and the words within will serve you as a ?glimpse of the Light? illuminating... more...
- Jason Aronson, Inc. 1999; US$ 99.99
Symbols of the Kabbalah: Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives provides a philosophical and psychological interpretation of the major symbols of the theosophical Kabbalah. It shows that the Kabbalah, particularly as it is expressed in the school of Isaac Luria, provides a coherent and comprehensive account of the cosmos, and humanity's role... more...
- Mohr Siebeck 2013; US$ 137.42
Over the past 30 years, scholars of early Jewish mysticism have, with increasing confidence, located the initial formation of Hekhalot literature in Byzantine Palestine and Sasanian or early Islamic Babylonia (ca. 500-900 C.E.), rather than at the time of the Mishnah, Tosefta, early Midrashim, or Palestinian Talmud (ca. 100-400 C.E.). This advance... more...