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Leonard Cohen Casts a Dim But Holy Glow on 'You Want It Darker'

Sunday evening marked the beginning of Shemini Atzeret, a Jewish holiday celebrating the end of the harvest festival, Sukkot. While Sukkot signifies the end of the harvesting year, Shemini Atzeret and its celebration of Simchat Torah mark the completion of the year’s Torah readings, the original five books of Moses that make up the Old Testament. 3,020 more words


Mapping Tarot to the Wheel of the Year

Those of you who have been reading this blog for a while doubtless know about the strange quasi-religious devotional practice I have with my Tarot cards. 2,616 more words


The truth according to the receiver

Kabbalah: That which is received. That which cannot be known through science or intellectual pursuit alone. An inner knowledge that has been passed down from sage to student from the earliest of times. 1,099 more words

Socionics Quadras and the Four Worlds of Kabbalah 

Socionics Quadras move in a very similar manner to the Four Worlds of Creation in Kabbalah. The movements and essence of the two models are given here: 453 more words


Moshe Potter and the Search for the Magic Lulav

By Rabbi Royi Shaffin

– Inspired by a dvar Torah delivered on Sukkot by Neorah Garcia
Moshe Potter was a star student at Hogwarts. He excelled in every class including “Defense Against the Dark Arts”. 512 more words

Exemplary Cases: Yesod, Klippot, and Fan Fiction

The way in which fan fiction operates may serve as a case study for understanding the way in which the klippot can function, specifically as the klippot of a specific operation that can take place under the auspices of the sefirot Yesod. 961 more words

Mohaveh Project


I have off of work today!  Its wonderful being able to have an extra day with my family to take time for me. Today is the Hebrew Holiday Yom Kippur. 349 more words