The Zohar is a compendium of virtually all information about the universe. Its vast and comprehensive commentary on biblical matters has captivated spiritual and intellectual giants for over two millennia. Volume XXIII includes the text of Idra Rabba Kaddisha, which some consider the heart of the Zo..
The Zohar is the most famous work of universal mystical thought, and the most important Kabbalistic text. Its teachings have influenced many generations and have a decisive impact on all known religions. / El Zohar es, sin duda alguna, la obra más famosa del pensamiento místico universal, y de la C..
The Zohar modifies and transforms the life of a person to levels that can only be witnessed and transmitted by those who have lent themselves to such an extraordinary experience. First of the 26 volumes that will be published every six months. / El Zohar es, sin duda alguna, la obra más famosa de..
Written in thirteenth century, the Sefer ha-Zohar or Book of Splendor is the fundamental text of Kabbalah. It has fascinated all former Kabbalists who have placed it at the same level as the Torah or the Talmud. Endless source of original teachings, it’s the treasure of Jewish esoteric tradition. Th..
If we look at the sea from the surface, for example from the deck of a ship, we can’t see what’s in. Nevertheless, if we dive into the water and cast a glance at the oceanic depths, we will see a fascinating and wonderful submarine world, a source of life that encompasses intrinsic enigmas and myste..
The Guide for the Perplexed is one of the major works of Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon better known as Maimonides. This book offers us a harvest of utterly insane, consoling , and life-affirming insight from one of the wisest minds of our time. It is and unapologetic defense of traditional Christian humani..
There is a more intellectualized kabbalah, and a more magical one. Between these two paths, Yosef Veira has found and developed an "experiential kabbalah". He shares this wisdom with the seekers of the Truth that lean out to this book. / Existe una cábala teórica, abstracta, intelectual, que es lo ..
In this brief essay, originally published in 1929, the master mason Bernard Shillman analyzes the Hebrew substratum of the masonic order, showing the reader the passages of the Tanakh and the Talmud, and the Jewish customs from which they and the emblems and rituals of Freemasonry descend. / ¿Por q..
Based on the Tree of Life and the Hebrew alphabet, this book invites us to walk a path towards reintegration. These two foundations of the Kabbalah are not the only way to achieve the aforementioned reintegration, but they are the path that Blasco shows us. / Basado en el Arbol de la Vida y en el a..
Kabbalistic Writings on the Nature of Feminine and
This book presents annotated translations of kabbalistic texts that paint an authoritative and enlightened vision of how men and women relate when they have healed themselves and fixed the world. In this book the texts speak for themselves. Their authoritative voices are the soul and might of this w..
In Kabbalah, letters and numbers are much more than signs and codes to make words and name objects and people. Each number hidden inside a world and each letter refers to pearls of wisdom. In this book, Shlezinger Rabbi teaches us that everybody who master the systems of Hebrew letters and / Ta..
Traditionally attributed to Jeremiah, "The Book of Lamentations" (or “Eijá”, by its title in Hebrew) is formed by five poems that describe the suffering of seeing Jerusalem collapsed. This edition offers classical biblical text with the comments of Rabbi Yosef Caro ben Shimon, a disciple of the famo..