Zohar, The

Zohar, The

cabalistic reinterpretation of the Bible. [Judaism: Haydn & Fuller, 812]
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Now that tin-tie application has been automated, says Zohar, the firm plans to automate case packing and palletizing.
According to Zohar, the coffee capsule now in use at Barrie House replaces one that was injection molded from a monolayer polypropylene whose pellets included an oxygen scavenger to prolong shelf life.
Take Zohar, the minor Marvel supervillain who's the Kabbalah-charged alter ego of a Chicago rabbi who goes kind of meshuggeneh.
Borges might almost be called a "pioneer" of a literary approach to the Zohar, the medieval master compendium of Jewish mystical teachings, that shows a fellowship of kabbalists walking and talking Torah, creating mystical midrash and inventing stories.
"It's as dangerous as it gets," Udi Zohar, the former head of the Civil Aviation Authority, told the news station.
According to the Zohar, the mixed multitude didn't travel under the clouds of glory and they didn't eat manna in the desert:
The language of the Zohar, the sprawling masterpiece of the Kabbalah, is famously forbidding to even the most seasoned scholars of the Jewish mystical tradition.
Throughout The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown extols the importance of the Zohar, the classic book of Kabbalah, as an incredible source of knowledge from which modern science can draw.
Companies in the partnership may use any technology or tests developed to refine experimental drugs in their own labs, said Daphne Zohar, the managing director of PureTech.
In the apportioning of material which characterizes the "Jerusalem School" of Kabbalah studies, Liebes claimed the Zohar, the most classical of Kabbalistic works, as his field of doctoral study.
(6) Furthermore, the mystical power imputed to it is to be ascribed to the special interpretation given to this Psalm by the Zohar, the main work of the Kabbalah.