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The Holy Kabbalah" is a book written by Arthur Edward Waite, commonly known as A. E. Waite. It is a comprehensive and influential work on the esoteric and mystical aspects of the Kabbalah. The book was first published in 1929, not 1965

Arthur Edward Waite was a prominent occultist, writer, and scholar who made significant contributions to the field of Western esotericism. He is perhaps best known for his involvement in the creation of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck, one of the most popular and widely used tarot decks in the world.

In "The Holy Kabbalah," Waite explores the mystical Jewish tradition of Kabbalah, delving into its symbolism, philosophy, and spiritual teachings. The book provides a detailed examination of the various components of the Kabbalistic system, including the Tree of Life, the sefirot (divine emanations), and the paths of the Kabbalistic diagram.

Waite's work in "The Holy Kabbalah" aimed to make the complex teachings of Kabbalah more accessible to the Western audience and shed light on its mystical wisdom. The book has been well-regarded for its scholarship and insights into the esoteric tradition of Kabbalah.

As for the publication date, "The Holy Kabbalah" was first published in 1929, and it has been reprinted and republished multiple times since then. It is still available today, and it remains a valuable resource for those interested in the study of Kabbalah and its esoteric aspects.

Comes with dust jacket

Slight maring to the top of the spine as displayed in the photo. But tight and strong

The Holy Kabbalah by AE Waite 1965

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