Kabbalah: Selections from Classic Kabbalistic Works from Raziel Hamalach to the Present Day

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Targum Press, 2002 - Religion - 414 pages
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Hear the authentic wisdom of the Kabbalists, the masters of esoteric, mystical Jewish teachings, throughout the ages. This deeply reverent and beautifully written book offers excerpts from the major Kabbalistic works from the ancient texts to the recent insights of the chassidic masters together with fascinating biographical sketches of the great Kabbalists. The book includes introductory material that explains some of the most important concepts and terms of Kabbalah. It is an essential text for anyone who wishes to gain insight into the world of Jewish mysticism.

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Avraham Yaakov Finkel was born in Basel, Switzerland, and lived in the Hague, Netherlands, until 1942, when the Nazis deported him to Bergen-Belsen. He is the author of many books including The Great Torah Commentators, The Great Chasidic Masters, and In My Flesh I See God. He has also translated numerous works, including several volumes of Mishneh Torah, the compendium of all Jewish laws by Maimonides, Selected Letters by Maimonides, and the classic work based on the Talmud, Ein Yaakov. He resides in New York with his wife, Suri.

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