By Israel Regardie
A uncomplicated advent to the sensible Qabala as a highway map to the subconscious, and to Man's interrelationship with the Universe -- with specific emphasis on mental integration, magick, and non secular development.
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Ginsburg in his Kabbalah gives several reasons why the Zohar must have been written in the thirteenth century. His arguments, though interesting in numerous ways, do not take into consideration the fact that there has always been an oral tradition. Isaac Myer, in his large and in a number of ways authoritative tome entitled The Qabalah, analyses very carefully these objections advanced by Ginsburg and others, and I am bound to confess that his answers, ad seriatim, confute this theory of the thirteenth-century origin of the Zohar.
In one sense they have no connection or relation with the Inferiors, the lower seven Sephiros, reflected by them-just as Space itself is independent of, and unaffected by, whether there is or is not anything manifested within its emptiness. The cause of the appearance of Keser, the frrst Sephirah, the central dimensionless Point, arouses tremendous problems.
If the latter theory can be maintained, then we may claim for the Sepher Yetsirah a pre-Talmudic origin-probably the second century prior to the Christian era. The Zohar, if actually the work of Simeon ben Y ochai, was never consigned to writing at the time but had been orally handed down by the companions of the Holy Assemblies, being finally written up by Rabbi Moses ben Leon in the thirteenth century. Madame Blavatsky ventures the hypothesis that the Zohar, as now possessed by us, was arranged and re-edited by Moses de Leon after having been tampered with to a considerable extent by Jewish Rabbis and Christian ecclesiastics prior to the thirteenth century.
A Garden Of Pomegranates: A Outline of the Qabalah (Llewellyn's High Magick Series) by Israel Regardie