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by Matityahu Glazerson

Hebrew Source of Languages (Enlarge Edition) download ebook
ISBN:
0977062872
ISBN13:
978-0977062874
Author:
Matityahu Glazerson
Publisher:
Judaica Place (2006)
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Rabbi Glazerson opens a window on this realm of splendor where even the very form of each letter has profound significance.

Rabbi Glazerson opens a window on this realm of splendor where even the very form of each letter has profound significance. The relationships between the letters, their sequence, the Kabbalistic concepts inherent in various words and phrases, are all examined and elucidated here. Drawing on the fundamental precepts of the Holy Torah and on the wellsprings of the Sages' teachings throughout the ages, the author presents a scholarly, yet popular work filled with precious pearls from this treasure-trove of mystical insight.

This hypothesis also opens a detailed discussion of specific Hebrew letters and their mystical significance, thereby providing a background for further investigation of the partnership between Hebrew letters and Jewish concepts and activities. I would recommend The Inner Meaning of the Hebrew letters by Robert Haralick or The Energy of Hebrew Letters by Rav Berg.

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In this intensive study of Hebrew letters and words, Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson uses .

In this intensive study of Hebrew letters and words, Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson uses gematria (interpretive Jewish numerology) to reveal the mysterious correlation between Jewish ethics and practices, and the numeric values of the Hebrew words which name and describe them.

As the Old Testament (known as the Tanakh) was written in Hebrew, Hebrew has been central to Judaism and Christianity for more than 2000 years. The study of Hebrew occurred already in some grammatical notes in the Talmud and Midrash

As the Old Testament (known as the Tanakh) was written in Hebrew, Hebrew has been central to Judaism and Christianity for more than 2000 years. The study of Hebrew occurred already in some grammatical notes in the Talmud and Midrash. The Masoretes continued the study as they fixed the text and vocalization of the Hebrew Bible. Under the influence of Arab grammarians, Rabbi Saadia Gaon (tenth century) made the Jewish study of Hebrew grammar almost scientific.

by Speedy Publishing. by Glazerson, Matityahu. by Ginsburg, Yitzchak.

In this intensive study of Hebrew letters and words, Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson uses gematria (interpretive Jewish numerology) to reveal the mysterious correlation between Jewish ethics and practices and the numeric values of Hebrew words which name and describe them. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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