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Shlomo HaLevi Alkabetz

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The past tense indicates entropy and lack of present or potential existence.
The past tense indicates entropy and lack of present or potential existence.
A completely new approach to translating this Shabbat greeting song
This mystical hymn to the Shabbat was composed by the kabbalist Rabbi Alkabetz (c. 5260-5340) who was the teacher as well as the brother-in-law of the famed kabbalist Rabbi Moshe Cordovero. Rabbi Alkabetz was one of the members of the esteemed Safed circl...
Mystical hymn to Shabbat
Mystical hymn to Shabbat
16th Century Kabbalists are inspired by a voice from the spiritual worlds.
16th Century Kabbalists are inspired by a voice from the spiritual worlds.
First stanza and refrain: “Come, let us go and greet the Shabbat Queen.”
“Come, let us go and greet the Shabbat Queen.”
A completely new approach to translating the Shabbat greeting song
Shabbat is rooted in the primordial time of Creation
Shabbat is rooted in the primordial time of Creation
Do not be confused by your daunting task.
Do not be confused by your daunting task.
Power of the Name
And thus I [Esther] will approach the king
Shabbat merges into Oneness; all powers of negativity and all adversaries flee from her and vanish.
Shabbat merges into Oneness; all powers of negativity and all adversaries flee from her and vanish.
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