Angelology and theurgical-liturgicalpractice in the Kabbalah
The Shi'ur Qomah is one of the most important anonymous pieces of writing of pre-Kabbalist Jewish mysticism. This text, in its first development, provides a theurgical-liturgical description of the different heavens of the members of the anthropomorphic image of the divinity. An important angelology gravitates around it, constituting a close link between the contemplative practice of mystics, and the magic used in the practical Kabbalah. Georges Lahy brings one of the most esoteric aspects of the mystic Kabbalah up to date.
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