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This series became the basis for the recently compiled
"Zohar: translation and commentary" by Perets Auerbach.
Book One is now available as an e-book.

Introduction - Part 1
The holy Zohar opens with the image of the Jewish nation likened to a beloved rose with 13 petals and 5 sepals.
Both judgment and loving-kindness are parts of the collective Jewish soul.
The divine attributes of mercy were crucial in the creation of This World.
The rose is the cup of blessing
The Seed & the Fruit
The Zohar illuminates important secrets about the 42-Letter Name.
The Buds
The Zohar reveals secrets about the song of Creation.
The Zohar teaches how Children manifest the spiritual light of the Parents.
Who Created These
The Zohar decodes the words of the prophets to reveal secrets of the spiritual worlds.
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Evie Scottsdale January 9, 2015

I had been studying the Kabbalah for 2 years. Never read the Zohar. It is incredible. It is a book of LIGHT. Thank you for all these wonderful teachings and explanations. Reply

Reda Harris-Walker St Louis Mo. December 10, 2012

Finally reliable teaching. Thank you for this sooo much. Reply

Pertev Istanbul November 28, 2011

user friendliness I would like to read all of the books on your website but it is not easy to find and read them. Reply

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