So You Think You Know

So You Think You Know : Da Vinci and Kabbalah

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Why is this book different from all other books? Because with this book alone you can become an authority! Have you known books promising to reveal the secrets of Moses, Mysticism and the Ancient Egyptians? Do you want to learn the Kabbalah mysteries of the universe? This has been my obsession for over 50 years and no person or book has provided the slightest information that could actually be used and tested. Finally the search centered on The Sefer Yetzirah as translated by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan. This book, which is not about religion, is so cryptic that no one has cracked its secrets. It contains one verse that seemed to be the master key for unlocking all: SEFER YETZIRAH Verse 1:4. "Ten Sefirot of Nothingness ten and not nine ten and not eleven Understand with Wisdom Be wise with Understanding Examine with them and probe from them Make [each] thing stand on its essence And make the Creator sit on His base" It had taken me over 10 years to decipher this one Verse. One day I suddenly knew how to approach an answer- THIS IS A MATH WORD PROBLEM. No wonder any who are allergic to math can ever decrypt it. Many years ensued applying this key to decipher more of the Sefer Yetzirah. I went to my first lecture on Kabbalah given by an expert, who was describing the beauty and wonderful personal benefits of studying Kabbalah. I asked her if she could explain Verse 1:4 and she did. "Ten not nine means exactly that, ten and not nine," was her answer. So much for that expert. The pain of not knowing was over and the next decades were spent in the pleasure and pure joy of using this key to unlock many secrets in number, music and scripture. And now decades later it is time to share with you, this answer and more.... Are you ready to become a Kabbalah authority?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 276 pages
  • 178 x 254 x 15mm | 485g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514162040
  • 9781514162040

About Benjamin Jacob Bloch Ph D

The 78th generation nephew of Moses; nephew of Rabbi Abraham P. Bloch; cousin of the late Rabbi Jacob Friedman; concert violinist and Ph.D. in theoretical physics, he has spent over fifty years researching Kabbalah, The Books of Moses and the Divine Science of Maimonides. Interest in these subjects was sparked by his grandfather, Rabbi Chaim Yitzchak Bloch Hacohen, a founder of Yeshiva University. He is indebted to the late "Rebbe" Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson for his letter citing Maimonides, "The Guide of the Perplexed."show more