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Kabbalah: Sabbatai Sevi and his Contemporaries II

Thomas Coenen: An opponent of Sabbatai Sevi, or a secret admirer? Read More »

Kabbalah: The Law-Less-Ness of Messianic Days

When wickedness became inherent in human volition, laws were needed to limit the influence of the Tree of Life. Read More »

Kabbalah: The Messiah Is Coming, or Not…

The Messiah in the Bible, the Kabbalah, and modern comics. Read More »

Kabbalah: Messianic Puzzles in Secular Tel Aviv

In Tel Aviv, messianism is alive in the midst of secularism. Read More »

Kabbalah: Lilith and the Mystery of Femininity

Two contemporary rabbis took it upon themselves to demonstrate how the process of Tikkun is about embracing one’s darker self and sanctifying it. Read More »

Kabbalah: Lilith the Demonic Goddess

The demonic goddess of Jewish Kabbalah. Read More »

Kabbalah: The Life of the Dead in Sefer-ha-Zohar

Death is anticipated and experienced by every night’s sleep which functions as a rehearsal. Read More »

Kabbalah: Sefer ha-Zohar’s Mysterious Reality of Dreams

The perilous world of sleep and dreams, in Sefer ha-Zohar. Read More »

Kabbalah: Sefer HaBahir – Satanic Attribute of the Divine

The anthropomorphic connection between the divine spheres and human body produces a peculiar view of evil. Read More »

Kabbalah: Umberto Eco’s Poetics Meets Jewish Mysticism

Eco's postmodern fiction puts on the same level mystical devotion, religious orders, the occult, and, to a certain extent, even science. Read More »