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Kabbalah Vol 04

Journal of Jewish Mystical Texts

Daniel Abrams

450 pages
Cherub Press

Studies in English

Konstantin Burmistrov and Maria Endel: Kabbalah in Russian Masonry: Some Preliminary Observations

Giacomo Saban: Sabbatean Genealogical Trees

David Harari: Was the Author of Cabala del Cavallo Pegaseo a Kabbalist?

New Books and Books Received

Studies in Hebrew

Boaz Huss: A Sage is Preferable to a Prophet: R. Simeon bar Yohai and Moses in the Zohar

Paul Fenton: R. Joseph Ibn Waqar’s Sefer Shoreshei ha-Qabbalah: A Kabbalistic Lexicon

Yoni Garb: The Kabbalah of Rabbi Joseph Ibn Sayyah as a Source for the Understanding of Safedian Kabbalah

Mordechai Pachter: ‘The Root of Faith is the Root of Heresy’ in the Teaching of R. Azriel of Gerona

Israel Koren: Mystical and Prophetic Elements in the Works of Fredreich Weinreb

Dov Schwartz: From Theurgy to Magic: The Crystallization of the Magical-Talismanic Interpretation of the Sacrifices in the School of Naúmanides and his Interpreters

Book Reviews in Hebrew

Rimmon Kasher: Ann Jeffers, Magic and Divination in Ancient Palestine and Syria, Studies in the History and Culture of the Ancient Near East 8, Leiden ‎– New York ‎– Köln: E.J. Brill, 1996

Meir Bar Ilan: Michael D. Swartz, Scholastic Magic: Ritual and Revelation in Early Jewish Mysticism, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996

Alon Goshen-Gottstein: Arthur Green, Keter: The Crown of God in Early Jewish Mysticism, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1997


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