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Zohar: Bereshith to Lekh Lekha



by Nurho de Manhar



[1900-14]



 

 

 

This is the only extensive translation of a portion of the Zohar, the longest and one of the most important texts of the Kabbalah, in the public domain.

The Zohar is a Kabbalistic commentary on the Hebrew Bible. Long before the 'Bible Code,' Jewish scholars were attempting to wring deep meaning out of every syllable of the text of the Hebrew Bible, using numerology, gematria, and other techniques. Dozens of pages in this book are devoted to analyses of the hidden meaning behind first few letters of Genesis! This might seem ultra-pedantic; however, the Zohar makes the Biblical text come to life, brimming with mystical significance. Seemingly unimportant details and turns of phrase, which you may have read long ago and forgotten, lead to immense vistas of a mysterious world inside the world.

This is not a critical edition; written by a pseudonymous Theosophist, probably British, it is laced with out-of-place terminology such as 'Karma' and 'Planes.' It nevertheless lets you wade in the rip current of one of the most magical of the world's sacred texts, and leaves you gasping for air and wanting more.

NOTE: there is an extensive set of production notes on the Title Page.

--J.B. Hare 10/18/2005

Title Page

Preface

 

Introduction

The Lily

The Occult Origin of Alhim

The Mysticism of the Alphabet

The Initiation of Rabbi Hiya

The Mysterious Stranger

Abundant Goodness

Exposition of Bible Mysteries

The Fourteen Precepts

 

Genesis

Chapter I.

Chapter II.

Chapter III.

Chapter IV.

Chapter V. The King's Palaces

Chapter VI. On Israel or the Children of Light

Chapter VII. The Prayer of Rabbi Simeon

Chapter VIII. Previous Worlds and Races

Chapter IX.

Chapter X. Symbolisms of Man

Chapter XI. The Strange Visitor

Chapter XII. Symbolism of the Divine Life and Human Destiny

Chapter XIII.

Chapter XIV. A Kabbalistic Symposium by Rabbi Simeon's Students

Chapter XV.

Chapter XVI. A Symposium of Rabbi Simeon's Students

Chapter XVII. The Devachanic or Heavenly Spheres

Chapter XVIII. Higher Devachanic or Heavenly Spheres

Chapter XIX. Rabbi Simeon's Discourse on Prayer

Chapter XX. Devachanic Spheres and Mansions.

Chapter XXI.

Chapter XXII.

Chapter XXIII.

Chapter XXIV. Further Kabbalistic Expositions of the Six Days Of Creation

Chapter XXV.

Chapter XXVI.

Chapter XXVII.

Chapter XXVIII. Rabbi Simeon's Analogies of the Divine Life in Man

Chapter XXIX.

Chapter XXX. The Two Serpents, Astral Fluid and the Animal Nature

Chapter XXXI. A Further Symposium of Rabbi Simeon's Students

Chapter XXXII.

Chapter XXXIII. Traditions Concerning Adam

Chapter XXXIV. Male and Female Created He Them.

Chapter XXXV. The Antediluvians and Their Magical Arts

Chapter XXXVI.

Chapter XXXVII. Of the Patriarch Henoch and the Sin of the Antediluvians

Chapter XXXVIII. The Divine Compassion

Chapter XXXIX.

Chapter XL. Traditions Concerning Noah

Chapter XLI.

Chapter XLII.

Chapter XLIII.

Chapter XLIV.

Chapter XLV. Kabbalistic Explanation of the Feast of Tabernacles and The Loulab

Chapter XLVI. The Occultism of Sacrifices

Chapter XLVII. A Vexata Questio In Biblical Philology

Chapter XLVIII. Kabbalistic Explanation of the Goat Azazel

Chapter XLIX. Rabbi Simeon's Reflections on the Supreme and Its Union with Human Souls

Chapter L

Chapter LI. The Occult Meaning of the Six Hundred Years of Noah's Life

Chapter LII. Adam Sitting at the Gate of the Garden of Eden

Chapter LIII. Remarks on the Destroying Angel and the Antediluvians

Chapter LIV. Kabbalistic Remarks on the Covenant or Union of the Higher and Lower Self

Chapter LV. Various Kabbalistic Expositions of Biblical Texts

Chapter LVI. The Divine Lehaerot On Ezechiel's Visions.

Chapter LVII. The Mystery of the Bow in the Cloud

Chapter LVIII. Rabbi Jehuda's Discussion with the Merchant, on Jacob's Pillar

Chapter LIX. The Symbolism of the Foundation Stone

Chapter LX. Rabbi Simeon on Mysteries and the Higher Life

Chapter LXI. Symbolism of the Colors of the Bow in the Cloud

Chapter LXII. The Mystery Of The Cursing Of Canaan By Noah

Chapter LXIII. Remarks on Predestination

Chapter LXIV.

Chapter LXV. The Thaumaturgical Erection of Solomon's Temple

Chapter LXVI. The Mystery of the Logos

Chapter LXVII. The Idolatry Of The Postdiluvians

Chapter LXVIII. The Tower of Babel

Chapter LXIX. A Comparison Between Noah and Moses

Chapter LXX. Why the Animal was Destroyed by the Deluge

Chapter LXXI. The Gilgal Or Revolution Animarum

Chapter LXXII. And Every Living Substance Was Destroyed. . .

Chapter LXXIII. What Two Rabbis Learned From a Youth

Chapter LXXIV.

Chapter LXXV. Comparison Between Adam and the Postdiluvians

Chapter LXXVI. Rabbi Simeon on the Closing of the Sanctuary

Chapter LXXVII. The Object of Building the Tower of Babel

Chapter LXXVIII. The Primeval Language and the Book of Adam

Chapter LXXIX. On Words and the Philosophy of Sound

Chapter LXXX. Section Lekh Lekha or the Call of Abram

Chapter LXXXI. Interlocutory Explanations

Chapter LXXXII. Abraham's First Studies in Occultism

Chapter LXXXIII. Abraham's Initiation into the Lesser Mysteries

Chapter LXXXIV. Abraham's Descent into Egypt for Initiation into the Higher Mysteries

Chapter LXXXV.

Chapter LXXXVI. Kabbalistic Cosmology

Chapter LXXXVII. Kabbalistic Philosophy of the Soul

Chapter LXXXVIII. Abraham's Initiatory Probation

Chapter LXXXIX. The Esoteric Explanation of Lot's Parting from Abraham

Chapter XC. Remarks on the Schekina

Chapter XCI. Rabbi Eleazar and Rabbi Hezekiah, and Their Nocturnal Studies

Chapter XCII. Rabbi Jose on the Seven Heavens or Firmaments

Chapter XCIII. Kabbalistic Remarks on Marriage

Chapter XCIV. On the Study of the Secret Doctrine

Chapter XCV. Rabbi Abba's Visit and What Occurred

Chapter XCVI. A Feast of the Circumcision

Chapter XCVII.

Chapter XCVIII.

Chapter XCIX. A Feast of Circumcision (Continued)

Chapter C

Chapter CI. Rabbi Abba's Punishment


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