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Ruach Hakodesh (Divine Inspiration)

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Ruach Hakodesh (Divine Inspiration): Divine inspiration
The difference between divine inspiration and prophecy
I was reading the book of Daniel, which is filled with extraordinary and apocalyptic visions. I was amazed to learn that it is not included in the section of the Bible known as the Prophets, and that the Talmud does not even consider Daniel to have been a...
We've had Nostradamus up to our noses, Bible Codes out of our ears, and every brand of pundit and prophet. Is there anyone out there with some bona fide inside information that'll help me sleep better at night?
It's been said that if you talk to G-d, you're a religious person; if G-d talks to you, you're crazy. I guess that means I'm crazy. G-d talks to me. Not as frequently as He should, but fairly often
Practical Kabbala Today
Practical Kabbala Today
The Rambam describes the nature of prophecy.
The Rambam describes the nature of prophecy.
Kabbalah on eastern mysticism
Kabbalah on eastern mysticism
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