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I always thought Mazel Tov meant “congratulations.” I recently heard that it actually means “good luck.” But I thought Jews don’t believe in luck . . . ?
Horoscopes: Fact or Fiction?
The entire subject of astrology is something that leaves many people scratching their heads, wondering if it’s merely in the realm of the gullible. Yet there are ample references in Judaic sources….
This class addresses the Torah view on astrology, constellations and the zodiac: the mystical concept of ‘mazal’.
Predicting the future is big business, as newspaper astrologers and corporate consultants profit from our insatiable desire to know the unknown. Is there anything to it? Do the stars hold any power over our lives?
In the previous chapter, we discussed the flow of Divine creative energy through the four worlds of Atzilut, Beriah, Yetzirah, and Assiyah. We have also seen that Beriah is where souls and angels become manifest. The higher Garden of Eden is in Beriah and...
Exploring the constellations in Jewish thought and how they relate to our daily lives
The prophet and the astrologer are not actually in the same line of business. Their mission statements could not be further apart.
The Jewish view on the zodiac
Why do we wish others “mazal tov,” and what does it mean? Can we change or influence our mazal? What is the Jewish view on the zodiac and horoscopes?
Letters and Numbers of Torah—Vayeitzei
Jacob’s seventh son is Gad, a name that means “good luck” (Genesis 30:11). But do Jews really believe in luck?
The 'mazal' of the Jewish people is stronger in Adar.
The 'mazal' of the Jewish people is stronger in Adar.
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