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"Kabbalah's Secret Circles" Contents
This is a sample of the Table of Contents and links to pages in the new book, "Kabbalah's Secret Circles" by author Robert E. Zucker.
Table of Contents
Judaic Mysticism in Biblical Times 14
After the Common Era– CE 38
6th-9th Century (500-899) 106
10th Century (900-999) 108
11th Century (1000-1099) 116
12th Century (1100-1199) 124
13th Century (1200-1299) 148
13th Century Mysticism Manuscripts 151
14th Century (1300-1399) 166
15th Century (1400-1499) 172
16th Century (1500-1599) 177
17th Century (1600-1699) 195
18th Century (1700-1799) 201
19th Century (1800-1899) 206
20th Century (1900-1999) 226
21st Century (2000-on) 248
Hebrew & English Letters 252
Letter Correspondences 254
Sefer Yetzirah Chapters 255
Chapter One: The 10 Sephiroth 257
Chapter 2 273
Create a Kabbalah Wheel 302
Major Editions of SEFER YEZIRAH 322
Editions of the BOOK OF RAZIEL 326
Author Biography 327
Digging deep into the mystical past 327
Books by Robert Zucker
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New books on Kabbalah
After studying the Kabalah and the occult for more than 40 years, I'm writing aseveral books on the ancient Qabalah, Sefer Yetzirah (The Book of Creation), Sefer Raziel (The Book of Secrets) and dream awareness (astral projection). If you are interested in copies, they will be available on Amazon.com. Email me if you want to be informed when the books are published at [email protected].
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How to spell Qabalah or Kabbalah?
The word 'Qabalah' comes from the Hebrew word that means "tradition." The Hebrew letters Q, B and L spell Qa Ba Lah. The most common way to write the word in English today is: Kabbalah. It is often spelled as Qabalah to retain the more ancient influence. The word Kabbalah is also spelled several other ways, such as Kabalah, Kaballah, Cabala, etc.
Some Kabbalah groups only focus on the religious aspects of the Tree of Life. Other Kabbalistic groups practice with mystic meditations, magical techniques and chants. Either way, they depend on the original Jewish study of the Qabalah to achieve their goals. Both theoretical and practical magic uses the Qabalah as its source.
What are the best Kabbalah sources?
There is no one book on Kabbalah. Since the Kabbalah was mostly transmitted by word of mouth, there were various interpretations between groups of Kabbalists. Over the past 2,000 years, several handwritten Kabbalistic manuscripts began circulating. Eventually, they were printed and became available to the masses.
The "Sefer Yetzirah," The Bahir, The Zohar and "Sefer Raziel HaMalach" are some of the most popular handbooks of Kabbalah that exist today. The are freely available in bookstores, online and libraries.
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