Full Title: Kabbalah, the Harmony of Oppposites; A Treatise Elucidating Bible Allegories and the Significance of Numbers
A Treatise Elucidating Bible Allegories and the Significance of Numbers. Contents: General Outline of Kabbalah; Inner Significance of the 22 Letters Comprising the Hebrew Alphabet; Book of Concealed Mystery; Humanity, Spiritual and Physical; Kabbalistic Use and Significance of Numbers; Kabbalistic Views of the Human Soul, its Nature and Destiny; Kabbalistic Doctrine Concerning Cause and Effect (Karma); Secret Tradition in Israel. Zohar-Serpent and Fall of the Angels; Biblical Traditions Kabbalistically Considered; Abraham, Melchisedec, Moses and the Law; Doctrine of the 3 Temples of the Messiah; Kabbalistic Teachings Concerning the Soul, Its Nature and Its Destiny.
“In any attempt to popularize such an essentially mystical work as the Kabbalah the main point to be kept in view is that “Kabbalah” is a word of far wider significance than is commonly supposed; it is indeed equivalent to “Hermetic” when that term is employed in a wider than ordinary historical connotation. The Jewish Kabbalah is regarded by many scholars as a work of doubtful age and still more dubious authenticity ; it is therefore unwise to attempt to speak dogmatically concerning its origin in our present state of relative uncertainty concerning it. But waiving these particular questions, which rightfully pertain only to scholastic controversy, it is entirely within the scope of a popular treatise to consider the main idea which Kabbalah invariably stands for independently of moot questions regarding the authority or authenticity of any special book or books.”
Chapter I – A General Outline of Kabbalah.
Chapter I – Inner Significance of the 22 Letters Comprising the Hebrew Alphabet
Chapter III – Book of Concealed Mystery.
Chapter IV – Book of Concealed Mystery. Humanity, Spiritual and Physical.
Chapter V – The Kabbalistic Use and Significance of Numbers.
Chapter VI – Kabbalistic Views of the Human Soul, Its Nature and Destiny.
Chapter VII – Kabbalistic Doctrine Concerning Cause and Effect (Karma).