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(Hebrew: קַבָּלָה, literally
"parallel/corresponding," or "received tradition") is an esoteric
method, discipline, and school
- 1586-1730. Another Shlomo
ca. 1800, mekubal
and posek, known
for his commentary[when?] to the kabbalistic works
- Maier Zilberberg
who considers himself
ch****id. The renowned mekubal Rebbe Yitzchok
"Itche" Myer Morgenstern, the rosh yeshiva
- (1828–1905), Lithuanian Orthodox rabbi Shlomo HaKohen
of Greece, 18th century mekubal
and posek Shlomo HaKohen
of Lissa, 18th century rabbi
who came to be known
as an extraordinarily great
and G-dly Mekubal
(Kabbalist), holy leader
worker. Jews from far and wide came...
- Najara, author
of Kah Ribon
Olam, the po****r Shabbat
song, and renowned Mekubal Rabbi Avraham
Azoulai. A historic Jewish community existed
in Gaza City...
- Bostoner Rebbe Yitzchak Kadouri
) Chaim Kanievsky
(1928–), Israeli rabbi
and posek, living
in Bnei Brak...
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