Qabalah: Robert Zucker
A digital collection of parapsychology works
By Robert Zucker
My interest in the occult, Kabbalah and lucid dreaming began while in high school in the 1970s.
As I read more from authors like Aryeh Kaplan, Gershom Scholem, Israel Regardie, even Aleister Crowley, A.E. Waite, among others, I expanded my perspective from basic magick into the mystical studies of the Kabbalah. Then, as I expanded my studies, my favorite authors became Abraham Abulafia, R. Akiba, Maimonides and other prominent Kabbalistic scholars.
A culmination of forty years of study brought about two recently published books that reveal some of the insights I learned over the decades.
Parapsychology Books by Robert Zucker
Kabbalah's Secret Circles reveals the hundreds of legends and complete history of the Kabbalah, Jewish Mysticism,the golem, and instructions to create the Kabbalah Wheel, a unique way to rotate the 231 Gates from the Sefer Yetzirah, Book of Creation. Download a free PDF sample.
"Twilight of Consciousness: Explore your Dreams with Master Astral Projection" provides practical techniques and methods to achieve lucid dreaming and astral projection experiences.
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The Mystical Journey
The "Sefer Yetzirah" became a focal point of my studies since most of today's knowledge of the occult comes from the principles described in this ancient manuscript. The desire to understand its meaning carried over into my interest in computers. In the late 1980s, I began to collect my files and worked on a an easier way to access this massive collection of information.
Some of the material on this website was originally written in 1976-1977 as part of a three-year study program while attending the University of Arizona. Now, after 40 years, it is updated with new findings and made publically available. A small sliver of that information is posted online though through my Kabbalah web site.
During those college years two manuscripts, of several hundreds of pages, were produced for college credit in five different University departments (psychology, sociology, anthropology, Judaic studies and journalism) from 1975-77. Instead of attending classes all day, my days were spent reading, studying, writing and gaining insight.
Over the past four decades, I have refined the material, gained new experiences and knowledge. Using a Macintosh computer in the 1980s and software programs like HyperCard and FileMaker Pro, I've slowly molded an enormous software application that studies the various aspects of the Qabalah using the "Sefer Yetzirah" as its base. Read updates on the Kabbalah Keys Project- a software database of mysticism.
Anyone interested in the Kabbalah program can keep posted through my website (emol.org/kabbalah/). Either downloadable copies will be available for purchase or mailed on CD.
If you study Qabalah (Kabbalah) in Tucson, Arizona, drop me an email: [email protected]
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