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Gates of Light: Sha'are Orah: Sha'are Orah (The Sacred Literature Trust Series) ➳ Gates of Light: Sha'are Orah: Sha'are Orah (The Sacred Literature Trust Series) Read ➻ Author Joseph Gikatilla – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Until now, few primary texts on the Kabbalah have been available in English Under the auspices of the Bronfman Library of Jewish classics, this historic publication of Gates of Light allows readers to Until now, few primary texts Light: Sha'are Kindle Ø on the Kabbalah have been available in English Under the auspices of the Bronfman Library of Jewish classics, this historic publication of Gates of Light allows readers to enter the hidden world of the Kabbalah and its profound and beautiful Biblical interpretation This central text of Jewish Gates of Kindle - mysticism was written in thirteenth century Spain, where Kabbalah flourished Considered to be the most articulate work on the mystical Kabbalah, Gates of Light provides a systematic and comprehensive explanation of the Names of God and their mystical applications The Kabbalah presents a unique strategy for intimacy with the Creator and new insights of Light: Sha'are eBook ↠ into the Hebrew Scriptures In the Kabbalah, aspects of God emanate from a hierarchy of Ten Spheres interconnected by channels that may be disrupted or repaired through human activity.


About the Author: Joseph Gikatilla

Rabbi Joseph ben Abraham Gikatilla Light: Sha'are Kindle Ø was a renowned thirteenth century Kabbalistic thinker and is thought to have developed the most systematic approach to Jewish mysticism.



10 thoughts on “Gates of Light: Sha'are Orah: Sha'are Orah (The Sacred Literature Trust Series)

  1. Eric Friedman Eric Friedman says:

    A reasonable translation of a Hebrew classic of Kabbalistic literature R Isaac Luria called this book the Key to Kabbalah and it is This English edition has it s flaws it can be difficult to read, and the translator provides no framework or notes to provide context for the many deep subjects discussed Also, some of the terms are translated obscurely, and for no comprehensible reason For example, the Hebrew Merkavah Chariot, Vehicle is translated as Constellation , which is too specif A reasonable translation of a Hebrew classic of Kabbalistic literature R Isaac Luria called this book the Key to Kabbalah and it is This English edition has it s flaws it can be difficult to read, and the translator provides no framework or notes to provide context for the many deep subjects discussed Also, some of the terms are translated obscurely, and for no comprehensible reason For example, the Hebrew Merkavah Chariot, Vehicle is translated as Constellation , which is too specific and a far stretch from the general sense of the word It works in one context, but not throughout the book It also leaves Mazal which usually means constellation in a Kabbalistic context to be translated differently In this case, as well as others, I often found myself referring to the original Hebrew to figure out the English But it s the only game in town , and it s still an impressive accomplishment In the past 20 years, I ve referred to it often


  2. Daniel Duke Daniel Duke says:

    I loved it I also enjoyed the illustrations in which I made a major discovery for my research which is detailed in my upcoming book.


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