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In the following passage the Zohar describes the role of shekhinah in relation to the transcendent God beyond her: Come and see. Thus says Rabbi Shim'on: The blessed Holy One has established before Him a holy, sublime palace, a holy sublime city. It is called Jerusalem, the holy city. One who comes before the King may only enter throughthat city, takingthe pathto the King. It is therethatthe pathproceeds, as Scripture says: "This is the gateway unto the Lord; the righteous walk throughit" (Ps. 118:20).
294 and 302ff. See also her full-lengthtreatmentin Recherchessur l'utilisation du themede la Sekina dans l'apologetique chretiennedu quinziemeau dix-huitiemesiecle (Paris:Champion, 1977). 145. p. 1964). For a bibliographythrough the 1960's see G. Scholem in Encyclopedia Judaica, v. 10, p. 652f. Major writings in more recent times include Philip Beitchman,Alchemy of the Word:Cabala of the Renaissance (Albany: SUNY Press, 1998); Allison P. Coudert, The Impactof the Kabbalahin the SeventeenthCentury:TheLife and Thoughtof Francis Mercuryvan Helmont (16141698) (Leiden: Brill, 1999); Essays collected by Joseph Dan in The ChristianKabbalah:Jewish Mystical Books and TheirChristianInterpreters(Cambridge,MA: HarvardCollege Library,1997); Moshe Idel, "The Magical and Neoplatonic Interpretationsof the Kabbalah in the Renaissance,"Jewish Thoughtin the Sixteenth Century,ed.
Georg [=Jiri] Langerin Die Erotikder Kabbalah,Prague:Dr. Josef Flesch, 1923. Much discussion of it is to be found in the writings of Elliot Wolfson (see following note). 142. The section of the Zohar specifically devoted to the Song of Songs, Zohar Hadash 60b- 35 Arthur Green troductionof the divine female, the Kabbalistis able to rediscovererotic meanings throughoutthe Song, some of which turn out to be nothing but long-forgottenpeshat, symbols of male and female in the trees, streams,and fountainsof the garden already in the Biblical text itself.
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