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➶ [Reading] ➸ Keter By Arthur Green ➫ – Escortgps.co Keter is a close reading of fifty relatively brief Jewish texts tracing the motif of divine coronation from Jewish esoteric writings of late antiuity to the Zohar written in thirteenth century Spain IKeter is a close reading of fifty relatively brief Jewish texts tracing the motif of divine coronation from Jewish esoteric writings of late antiuity to the Zohar written in thirteenth century Spain In the course of this investigation Arthur Green draws a wide arc including Talmudic Midrashic liturgical Merkavah German Hasidic and Kabbalistic works showing through this single theme the spectrum of devotional mystical and magical views held by various circles of Jews over the course of a millennium or The first portion of the work deals with late antiuity emphasizing the close relationship between texts of what is often depicted as normative Ju.

Daism and their mysticalmagical analogues The mythic imagination of ancient Judaism he suggests is shared across this spectrum The latter portion of the work turns to the medieval Jews who inherited this ancient tradition and its evolution into Kabbalah where keter plays a key role as the first of the ten divine emanations or sefirotThe nature of these sefirot as symbols and the emergence of a structured and hierarchical symbolism out of the mythic imagery of the past are key themes in these later chapters As a whole Keter takes the reader on an exciting tour of the interior landscapes of the Jewish imagination offering some remarkable insight.

keter epub Keter PDF/EPUBDaism and their mysticalmagical analogues The mythic imagination of ancient Judaism he suggests is shared across this spectrum The latter portion of the work turns to the medieval Jews who inherited this ancient tradition and its evolution into Kabbalah where keter plays a key role as the first of the ten divine emanations or sefirotThe nature of these sefirot as symbols and the emergence of a structured and hierarchical symbolism out of the mythic imagery of the past are key themes in these later chapters As a whole Keter takes the reader on an exciting tour of the interior landscapes of the Jewish imagination offering some remarkable insight.

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