By Christian D. Ginsburg
During this paintings, the writer states that the Kabbalah used to be first taught via God himself to a decide on corporation of angels, who shaped a theosophic tuition in Paradise. After the autumn, the angels so much graciously communicated this heavenly doctrine to the disobedient baby of the earth, to provide the protoplasts with the technique of returning to their pristine the Aristocracy and felicity.
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Again, the same erudite father says, "What person in his senses will imagine that the . mentioned, were without sun, moon and stars, nay that there was no sky on the first day? Who is there so foolish and without common sense as to believe that 'God planted trees in the garden eastward of Eden like a husbandman, and planted therein the tree of life, perceptible to the eyes aud senses, which gave life to the eater' thereof; and. another tree which gave to the eater thereof a knowledge of good and evil?
Xxxi, 42); and III. THE :MIDDLE . PILLAR, represented by Jacob (comp . v" mN Micah vii, 20), which is the connecting or uniting principle. ) It is for this reason that the patriarchs are denominated the Chariot-throne of the Lord. Following the paths of righteousness, the saints on earth enjoy the protection of heaven in an especial manner, by virtue of the divine wisdom inherent in them, for they are able to decipher the signs which God has put in the firmament, to shield them from accidents. " In heaven above, that surrounds the universe, are signs in which the deepest mysteries are concealed.
Rn:lJ IolTlCO'i':l IolJ:l"'Jl'l'1l:llCJ l;J;'l'1l:l . ':1 'tel? ;, WT'1 :'I"';'; n'tol 23 According to Josephus, the doctriue of the transmigration of souls into other bodies (p'7"ff'o/vXW/T'''), was also held by the Pharisees (comp. Autiq. xviii, 1,3: de Bell. Jud. ii, 8, 14), restricting, however, the -metempsychosis to the righteous. ,01101 Emunoth. »e-Deoth, vi, 7; viii, 3) there is no doubt that this doctrine was held among some Jews in the ninth century of the present era. At all events it is perfectly certain that the Karaite Jews firmly believed in it ever since the seventh century.
Kabbalah: Its Doctrines, Development and Literature by Christian D. Ginsburg