Jewish Mysticism Explained | Exploring Kabbalah

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Was Adam, the first human in the Hebrew Bible, the first mystic? Why does tradition hold that one should not study Jewish mysticism — known as Kabbalah– until age 40? Where were the centers of Jewish mystical teaching before the city of Safed in the northern mountains of Israel rose to become the hub of Kabbalah in the 15th century? Learn the answers to these questions, as well as how Kabbalah took root in Jewish life and culture, in the first episode of the AIB series, “Exploring Kabbalah.”

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