“Common dreams you should never ignore when you wake up” – Simon JACOBSON

We all have dreams, we all have nightmares, but do they mean anything? There are many stories in the Bible of dreams carrying vital messages (Joseph, Pharaoh, Jacob, Nebuchadnezzar, and others), and experts of human psychology from Sigmund Freud to Carl Jung explored this very question. In this video, Rabbi Jacobson reveals what Judaism and… Continue lendo “Common dreams you should never ignore when you wake up” – Simon JACOBSON

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“Jesus e Javé: os nomes divinos” – Harold BLOOM

Javé, desde Filo de Alexandria até o presente, tem sido continuamente alegorizado, mas apresenta uma tenacidade sublime, e não pode ser despojado das características absolutamente humanas de sua personalidade e de seu caráter. Supondo-se que Javé tenha optado pelo exílio, ou por se ocultar do aqui e agora, ou que talvez seja culpado de deserção,… Continue lendo “Jesus e Javé: os nomes divinos” – Harold BLOOM

“Los senderos de la sabiduría de la cábala” – Amparo ALBA

Fundación Juan March, 24 de abril de 2018 Las diez sefirot constituyen el árbol de la vida, una estructura cósmica utilizada por los cabalistas como vía mística para ascender desde lo terrenal hacia el mundo de la divinidad. Este saber, junto a otros de carácter oculto, se transmitieron de generación en generación a través de… Continue lendo “Los senderos de la sabiduría de la cábala” – Amparo ALBA

The Mysterious Origins of the Angel Metatron from the 3rd Book of Enoch | ESOTERICA

Metatron is probably the most powerful and mysterious Angel in Jewish lore. But what are the origins of this being known as the "Lesser Yahweh (יהוה הקתן)" ? In the 5/6th century ce Sefer Hekhalot (Book of Palaces or 3 Enoch), we go on a heavenly journey to the Throne (merkavah) of God with Rabbi… Continue lendo The Mysterious Origins of the Angel Metatron from the 3rd Book of Enoch | ESOTERICA

“Hurqalya” – Harold BLOOM

The greatest Sufi authority on the Resurrection Body was Shaikh Ahmad Ahsa’i, who died in 1826, and who developed fundamental ideas of Avicenna, the great Persian philosopher of Islam in the eleventh century. Avicenna, in his “visionary recitals,” argued for what he called “the oriental philosophy,” a Hermetic angelology that posited a middle reality between… Continue lendo “Hurqalya” – Harold BLOOM