Exploring the great Argentinian writer’s unusual fascination with Judaism and enthusiasm for the Jewish state.
By slaughtering roosters on an airplane.
A Large Volume of Virtues, Medicines, Amulets, and Fortunes.
Nestorian Christians and Sefer Y’tsirah.
But who wrote the Zohar?
A subversive who never lost his faith in redemption.
Kabbalistic art and a new atlas.
A lost work by Abraham Isaac Kook.
A new translation of a classic work grants access to a great theological debate.
And the 17th-century Spanish book that influenced it.
Before the meal on Sabbath eve, the prayer book offers a song of praise to the ideal woman.
The Book of Creation.
An 18th-century rabbi and theologian from a forgotten Jewish sect.
Communion with God in Kabbalah.