R. Moses Cordovero (Ramak)

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R. Moses Cordovero (Ramak): Rabbi Moshe Cordovero; c. 1522-1570, one of the foremost 16th century kabbalists in the Land of Israel, and an older colleague of the Arizal
His work is called Paradise.
1570
Passing of Rabbi Moshe Cordovero (1522?-1570) of Safed, the Holy Land, known as the "Ramak", authoritative Kabbalist and author of Pardes Rimonim. Links: The Ramak
"The Ramak"
"I shall soon leave this world," said the great master. "The one who will take my place will say things that may seem to contradict what I have taught you, but do not oppose him, for his teachings stem from the same source as mine"
Advocate of Kabbala learning
Great Jewish Mystics
An extremely brief overview of the major contributors to the body of Jewish mystical thought throughout the ages from ancient times through the advent of Chassidism.
Part 8
The mystical city of Tzfat and its illustrious Kabbalists and Torah authorities.
They ascended to Heaven by using the Holy Name.
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