Unlocking the Secret of the Erev Rav

Unlocking the Secret of the Erev Rav : The Mixed Multitude in Jewish Kabbalah

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Warning: This book could change the way you see the world.

The mysterious group of people called the 'Erev Rav' have stayed hidden in the shadows of Jewish history for more than three millenia. For the first time, this book pieces together some of the deepest sources from the Jewish kabbalah, and some of the most mysterious commentaries on the Jewish kabbalah, to paint a picture of the Erev that's complex, engaging and occasionally disturbing.

In these pages, you'll find the answer to questions like:

Who are the Erev Rav? How are they really connected to Judaism and the Jewish people? Why have they got such a bad name in Jewish orthodox circles? How do they behave? Why are they still a problem for the Jewish people, and Judaism, even in our modern times? How are they connected to global redemption, and the coming of Moshiach? What can we do, to meet the challenge they pose to Jewish life and Jewish spirituality? What role could Jewish meditation have to play in solving the problem? What clues can be found in Breslov books, that transform the whole picture?
'UNLOCKING THE SECRET OF THE EREV RAV' combines a hearty helping of the deepest secrets of the Jewish kabbalah with a dose of Jewish inspiration and a pinch of Jewish meditation, to create a true, modern-day mystery thriller about the Jewish people.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 152 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 9mm | 240g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 9657739128
  • 9789657739129
  • 1,838,191

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