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Jewish Mysticism



Jewish Mysticism.] In The Dabistan, p. 136, other

Jewish Mysticism, p. 117.]

Jewish Mysticism, p. 127.]

Jewish Mysticism .]


Abelson, Jewish Mysticism, p. 64.]

Abe\son,j. Jewish Mysticism. London: G. Bell, 1913.

Barael—in Jewish mysticism, one of the 7

Baruch III.] In Muller, History of Jewish Mysticism,

- .Jewish Mysticism and the Legend of Baalshem.

Jewish Mysticism.] In The Dabistan, p. 136, other

Jewish Mysticism, p. 117.]

Jewish Mysticism, p. 127.]

Jewish Mysticism .]

Cited in Jewish mysticism tracts. [Rf. M. Gaster,

Divine Nothingness: In Jewish mysticism, the principle taught by the Habad school, that “the Divine is without limitation and opposed to all ‘something,’ which is limited. The divine is the ‘nothing’ that subsumes all limitation and finiteness.” (M. Buber)

emanations of God). In Jewish mysticism, yetsirah

glory. In Jewish mysticism, Pahadron is the chief

he is the “demiurge of classical Jewish mysticism.”

History of Jewish Mysticism.] In the Babylonian

History of Jewish Mysticism. See Muller.

History of Jewish Mysticism.]

in Jewish Mysticism, p. llOff.]

in Jewish Mysticism ; Trachtenberg, Jewish Magic

Jerusalem of above: In Jewish mysticism, the heavenly counterpart of the city of Jerusalem on Earth.

Kabala(h) or Kabbala(h) ::: (Kabalism) (Heb. qabbala, receiving tradition). Jewish Mysticism; basic book is the Zohar, written by Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai in the 2nd century CE.

Kabshiel—in Jewish mysticism, an angel who,

Kmiel—in Jewish mysticism, an angel of the

Lilith: In Jewish mysticism, a female demon who seduces mortal men. (Cf. succubus.) Specifically, the first wife of Adam before the creation of Eve.

- .Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism. New York:

Muller, Ernst. History of Jewish Mysticism. Oxford:

Muller, History of Jewish Mysticism, p. 120.]

Muller, History of Jewish Mysticism, p. 152.]

Muller, History of Jewish Mysticism.] Philo calls

Muller, History of Jewish Mysticism .]

Mysticism; Muller, History of Jewish Mysticism;

of Jewish Mysticism, Nibra Ha-Rishon must be

Pahadron—in Jewish mysticism, the chief angel

Prince of the Torah: In Jewish mysticism, “the angel who represents the Torah [the Holy Scriptures] in Heaven. The elements, the forces of nature, and the nations, which according to Jewish tradition, are seventy in number, are represented by their respective princes, who are either angels or demons.” (M. Buber.)

[Rf. 3 Enoch ; Muller, History of Jewish Mysticism .]

[Rf. Mullers, History of Jewish Mysticism, p. 52.]

Sephiroth: A Hebrew term for “the mystical and organically related hierarchy of the ten creative powers emanating from God, constituting, according to the kabalistic system, the foundation of the existence of the world.” (M. Buber: Tales of the Hasidim.) The ten Sephiroth are: 1. The Divine Crown (Kether); 2. The Divine Wisdom (Hokhmah); 3. The Intelligence of God (Binah); 4. The Divine Love or Mercy (Hesed); 5. The Divine Power of judgment and retribution (Gevurah or Din); 6. The Divine Compassion (Rahamin) which mediates between God’s Power of judgment and His Mercy; 7. The Lasting Endurance or Firmness of God (Netsah); 8. God’s Majesty or Splendor (Hod); 9. The Foundation of all active forces in God (Yesod); 10. The Kingdom of God (Malkhuth), which the Zohar usually describes as the mystical archetype of Israel’s community. (The above terms are based on the interpretations given by G. G. Scholem in Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism. Other authorities occasionally adopt different terminologies. Thus, the fourth of the Sephiroth is frequently called Tiphereth, Beauty.)

the Egyptian Gnostics; Scholem, Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism.]

Trends in Jewish Mysticism; Ginzberg, The Legends

Trends in Jewish Mysticism.]

Tzadkiel: In Jewish mysticism, the angel of benevolence, grace, piety and justice.

Umikol —in Jewish mysticism, one of the

Vaij —in Jewish mysticism, one of the angels of

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1:emblem. The meditator would place his head between his knees and whisper hymns and repeat the name of a magic emblem. Repetition of the magic emblem was used as the object to dwell upon and would chase away distractions and cause the “demons and hostile angels to flight.” A state of ecstasy was reached, which Gershom G. Scholem, a scholar of Jewish mysticism, has described as “an attitude of deep self-oblivion. ~ Herbert Benson,
2:There's a principle in Jewish mysticism called tikkun olam, it means, literally, world repair. The idea is that God created the world by containing divine light in vessels, some of which shattered and got scattered all over. It's the job of humanity to help God by finding and releasing those shards of light - through good deeds and acts. Every time we do, God becomes more perfect - and we become a little more like God. ~ Jodi Picoult,
3:Imagine a young Isaac Newton time-travelling from 1670s England to teach Harvard undergrads in 2017. After the time-jump, Newton still has an obsessive, paranoid personality, with Asperger’s syndrome, a bad stutter, unstable moods, and episodes of psychotic mania and depression. But now he’s subject to Harvard’s speech codes that prohibit any “disrespect for the dignity of others”; any violations will get him in trouble with Harvard’s Inquisition (the ‘Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion’). Newton also wants to publish Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, to explain the laws of motion governing the universe. But his literary agent explains that he can’t get a decent book deal until Newton builds his ‘author platform’ to include at least 20k Twitter followers – without provoking any backlash for airing his eccentric views on ancient Greek alchemy, Biblical cryptography, fiat currency, Jewish mysticism, or how to predict the exact date of the Apocalypse.

Newton wouldn’t last long as a ‘public intellectual’ in modern American culture. Sooner or later, he would say ‘offensive’ things that get reported to Harvard and that get picked up by mainstream media as moral-outrage clickbait. His eccentric, ornery awkwardness would lead to swift expulsion from academia, social media, and publishing. Result? On the upside, he’d drive some traffic through Huffpost, Buzzfeed, and Jezebel, and people would have a fresh controversy to virtue-signal about on Facebook. On the downside, we wouldn’t have Newton’s Laws of Motion. ~ Geoffrey Miller,


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1.01 - Adam Kadmon and the Evolution, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #Integral Yoga
  the Kabbalah, wrote in Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism:
  Adam Kadmon is a first configuration of the divine light

1.01 - Historical Survey, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  The great Jewish historian, Graetz, too, holds the unhistoric view that Jewish Mysticism is a morbid and late growth, foreign to the religious genius of Israel, and that it has its origin in the speculations of one Isaac the Blind in Spain somewhere between the eleventh and twelfth centuries. Graetz regards the Qabalah, the Zohar in particular, as a " false doctrine which, although new, styled itself a genuine teaching of Israel " ( History of the Jews,
  Vol. Ill, p. 565).

1.08 - The Historical Significance of the Fish, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  tianity gave an equally unequivocal answer. Jewish Mysticism,
  on the other hand, went its own way, and its speculations hover


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