Recommended Reading
Scriptural Qabbalah
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These are a few of the books we have found helpful along the way!

Messiah III: Understanding His Identity and Teachings Through the Soul of the Torah. (A solid historical Hebrew foundation in Hebrew Qabbalah.) Avi Ben Mordechai.
Millennium 7000 Communications. 800-880-2656. Pb; 604 pp.
  ISBN 0-9643355-5-7.

        A Hebrew-based reading in Qabbalah. Note that while the author ties much of the information back to Hebrew words and concepts, he still fails to break out of the Greek corruption of this view of Qabbalah. Nonetheless, there are some valuable insights to be afforded by studying this book.
        “Understand many of Y’shua’s teachings in their ancient esoteric context. . . . Grasp the concepts behind timeworn Hebraic ideas. . . . Discover the real story behind these teachings: ‘In the beginning was the Word.’ ‘And when He had said this, He breathed on them, and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit.”’ ‘He came to them, walking on the sea.’ Get answers to the following questions: Is there any validity to the doctrine of the ‘trinity’? What about the ‘virgin birth’?”  

Secret Teachings of All Ages, The. Manly P. Hall.
  Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin Group, Inc., 375 Hudson Street, New York, NY  10014. ©2003.
  Pb; 747 pp. Available at large book stores or on line at Coverprice $24.95.
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  ISBN 1-58542-250-9.

        “A classic since 1928, this masterly encyclopedia of ancient mythology, ritual, symbolism, and the arcane mysteries of the ages, . . . like no other book of the twentieth century, . . . is a codex to the ancient occult and esoteric traditions of the world. Its hundreds of entries shine a rare light on some of the most fascinating and closely held aspects of myth, religion, and philosophy that resound from antiquity to the present day.”
        This book presents amazing insights into the ancient Hebrew language, the temple furnishings, the Hebrew Qabbalah and very many other Hebrew beliefs and practices. It is an invaluable resource and a fascinating read.

Gael Bataman 
Originally Written:        11 April 2006
Latest Update:                5 November 2008

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