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Hidden Meanings: Part VI: Misuse
By Saul Gorenstein - December 25, 2008

Jewish mysticism and Kabbalah are some of the most misunderstood parts of Judaism. Because of its focus on discovering secrets from ancient texts and some of the traditions that have flowed from these studies some out of the faith have even described Kabbalah as evil or black magic....

Hidden Meanings: Part V: Signs
By Saul Gorenstein - December 25, 2008

One of the main attractions of the Kabbalah is that not only does it talk about the secrets hidden within sacred texts but it also shows you how to open the doors yourself. This is done through a form of numerology called gematria which shows followers how to interpret the hidden...

Hidden Meanings: Part IV: Isaac Luria
By Saul Gorenstein - December 25, 2008

For many students of Kabbalah Isaac Luria is the greatest teacher that has ever emerged in this study of Jewish mysticism. He was known as "HaAri," or “Ari”, the Lion and throughout his life his study, writing and teaching of Kabbalah became the gold standard by which all study of...

Hidden Meanings: Part III: Kabbalah
By Saul Gorenstein - December 25, 2008

Kabbalah is perhaps the best known and least understood strains of Jewish mysticism. It has become one of the great debating points of Jewish history and each subsequent generation of Jews has added their own voices to the dialogue. Even the origins of Kabbalah are subject to a number...

Hidden Meanings: Part II: Roots
By Saul Gorenstein - December 25, 2008

Judaism has a long and rich history of mysticism woven into its culture and traditions. At the very beginning of its recorded history is the story of Abraham, the father of the Jewish people and his interaction with HaShem who called upon Him to form a righteous people who would follow...
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