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He was an intellectual and a writer who ingeniously retextualized kabbalistic myths in his second collection of short stories, Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass' (272).
Kabbalistic astrology is the oldest branch of learning of the Kabbalah.
He published three essays directly exploring the Kabbalistic approach to absolute texts, "Una vindicacion de la Cabala" (1932), "Del culto de los libros" (first published in 1951 in La Nacion), "La cabala" (a speech given in 1977 and later published in Siete noches in 1980), and wrote a third unpublished essay on the Kabbalah in the mid 1940s, which he also titled "La cabala".
De' Sommi presents the evidence for his claim, based on his own mixture of rabbinic scholarship, kabbalistic number theory, humanist anthropocentrism, and creative etymology.
The Kabbalistic theurgist focuses on returning humans to paradisiacal wholeness by increasing the power of the Divine.
Traditionally, women were excluded from learned kabbalistic studies.
Many Jews may not be aware that their traditional religious beliefs and practices owe much to medieval Kabbalistic philosophy, as developed primarily by the Kabbalists in Safed, Israel.
Yonatan's most recent article, “The Kabbalah of Science Fiction Movies,” presents the seven primary themes portrayed in these movies, according to a Kabbalistic model called a partzuf.
There is a Kabbalistic anecdote that the German Wehrmacht wanted to invade Syria, which was under France's Vichy government.
Her themes were inspired by Jewish mysticism and include the four angels of the Divine Chariot, the four kabbalistic worlds, Jerusalem in the messianic age, and visions of the Tird Temple.
However, before approaching the medieval Kabbalistic material, let me survey some earlier views of Paradise found in Hebrew sources.