kabbalah

Kabbala is a type of mystical Jewish philosophy used to garner a deeper understanding of Torah and the world. The word is Hebrew for "that which is received." It is sometimes thought of as the "soul" of the Torah or the "inner Torah." One of the pillars of Kabbala is a book called 'The Zohar.' It was written around 135 CE by Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai.

The flow of time

Chapter 3 of the essay 'The Kabbalah of Information on Freedom of Choice, Tzimtzum, and the Physics of Spacetime'

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
18/10/2020
Scientific theories of backward causation

Chapter 4 of the essay 'The Kabbalah of Information on Freedom of Choice, Tzimtzum, and the Physics of Spacetime'

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
18/10/2020
Albert Einstein
Informational space and freedom of choice

Chapter 5 of the essay 'The Kabbalah of Information on Freedom of Choice, Tzimtzum, and the Physics of Spacetime'

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
18/10/2020
The perspective of Kabbalah of information on the reversibility of time

Chapter 6 of the essay 'The Kabbalah of Information on Freedom of Choice, Tzimtzum, and the Physics of Spacetime'

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
18/10/2020
‘In the beginning He created...’, or an informational black hole

Chapter 7 of the essay 'The Kabbalah of Information on Freedom of Choice, Tzimtzum, and the Physics of Spacetime'

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
18/10/2020
Laws of evolution in the informational space

Chapter 8 of the essay 'The Kabbalah of Information on Freedom of Choice, Tzimtzum, and the Physics of Spacetime'

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
18/10/2020
Freedom of choice within informational space

Chapter 9 of the essay 'The Kabbalah of Information on Freedom of Choice, Tzimtzum, and the Physics of Spacetime'

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
18/10/2020
Schneur Zalman of Liadi
The soul and free will

Chapter 10 of the essay 'The Kabbalah of Information on Freedom of Choice, Tzimtzum, and the Physics of Spacetime'

By EDUARD SHYFRIN
18/10/2020
ELAINE TROY’S family-friendly feminist time capsule: the clippings, prayers, letters, cartoon and pa
This Sukkot, why not welcome some unusual guests into your sukkah?

The kabbalistic ushpizin custom welcomes nightly into the sukkah one of Israel’s “seven shepherds” – Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Aaron, Joseph and David. Why not expand the repertoire?

29/09/2020
Excavations conducted in the Ashtam Square in the Old City of Safed.
From 16th century well to ‘48 war, centuries of history unveiled in Safed

Among other structures, the researchers unearthed a 16th century market, a well, water cisterns, remains of several buildings dating back between the 17th and the 19th century.

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