Qabbalah. The philosophical writings of Solomon ben Yehudah Ibn Gebirol, or Avicebron, and their connection with the Hebrew Qabbalah and Sepher ha-Zohar, with remarks upon the antiquity and content of the latter and translations of selected passages from the same. Also, An ancient lodge of initiates, translated from the Zohar, and an abstract of an essay upon the Chinese Qabbalah contained in the book called the Yih king, a translation of part of the mystic theology of Dionysios the Areopagite, and an account of the construction of the ancient Akkadian and Chaldean universe, etc. Accompanied by diagrams and illustrations. By Isaac Myer.
|Main Author:||Myer, Isaac, 1836-1902.|
|Language(s):||English ; Multiple languages|
Philadelphia, Pub. by th author, 1888.
> active 11th century.
xxiv, 499 p.
front., illus. 2 pl., diagrs.
37 x 28 cm.
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