Genealogy Projects tagged with Kabbalah on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Jewish Mystics

    Jewish Mysticism & Kabbalah refers to the doctrines, practices and esoteric exegetical method in Torah, that emerged in 12th-13th century Southern France and Spain, and was developed further in 16th century Ottoman Palestine. Mystics & their Works: Jewish Mystics Geni Profiles Rabbi Moshe Cordever: Pardes Rimmonim of . R. Eliezer of Worms: Sefer HaShem Rabbi Vital: Shaarei Kedusha...

  • Jewish Philosophers & Thinkers

    Philo of Alexandria (Philo Judaeus) , was a leader of Alexandrian Jewry and the first important Jewish philosopher, who began the synthesis of Hebrew and Greek thought (the latter primarily Platonic, but with some Aristotelian, Pythagorean, and Stoic elements).  The medieval rabbi and philosopher Moses Maimonides continued this process of attempting to reconcile reason and revelation, ...

  • Mystical City of Safed, Israel / צפת, העיר המיסטית בישראל

    The Holy City of Safed JLI Video Safed ( צְפַת, Tzfat; صفد‎, Ṣafad, Tzfas ) is a city in the Northern District of Israel. Located at an elevation of 900 metres (2,953 ft), Safed is the highest city in the Galilee and in Israel. Since the 16th century, Safed has been considered one of Judaism's Four Holy Cities , al...

  • Hasidic Courts, Dynasties & Disciples of the BeSHT

    BeSHT - The Baal Shem Tov , הבעל שם טוב - הבעש"ט Source JewishGen 1 Source JewishGen 2 List of Hasidic Dynasties Wikipedia Timeline List of Hasidic Leaders Wikipedia Hasidism Yivo Maps Geni Research Links Please feel free to join this project. The initial aim is to find li...

  • Salonika Center of Jewish Scholarship 140 BCE - 1945

    SALONIKA - Thessaloniki Musica Romantica Video: The Sephardi Balkan Odyssey History of the Jews of Thessaloniki It is believed that the Alexandrian Jews who arrived in ca. 140 B.C.E. were among the first Jews to settle in Salonika. The Apostle Paul preached for three consecutive Sabbaths in the synagogue of Salonika. The Romans granted autonomy to the community, whose member...