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2012 and the Cabala Paperback – July 21, 2010
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Dovid Krafchow's work represents a major shift in perspective and inspires new lines of thought; Krafchow adds to the power of his unique insights by writing in a clear and elegant manner.
With plenty of thought and offering new ideas to the 2012 debate, Dovid Krafchow makes for quite the read for metaphysical readers, making "2012 and the Cabala" a solid addition to any 2012 studying collection.
--Midwest Book Review
My favorite thing about this book is its holistic approach to the 2012 phenomenon; Krafchow ties everyone and everything in to the 2012 event through the Torah and thus the Cabala. --Sloan (Amazon)
I was impressed with this book from the very first chapter. There is a lot of information here dealing with spirituality and science; accessible and easy to understand even to those who are not familiar with Cabala. --Enrico Cittadino (Smashwords)
From the Author
Dovid Krafchow is an independent, non-religious scholar of the Torah with a mental acuity for the sublime due to autism. Author of Kabbalistic Tarot (Inner Traditions; 2005) this is his first
published work of pure Cabala. Accessible and instructive, this book does not require the reader to have advance knowledge of Cabala studies.
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It's true, the kindle layout is no good (buy the paperback), but the arguments certainly make sense. The book is written in a style that speaks to my soul and paints pictures in my mind. Ideas, arguments, and reasonings are repeated throughout the book. Each time a concept is repeated; it is adjusted slightly or presented a little differently to shed light on a different aspect of it. This is the style many Torah books are written in; it's highly effective for promoting understanding of metaphors and esoteric ideas.
My favorite thing about this book is its holistic approach to the 2012 phenomenon. Krafchow ties everyone and everything in to the 2012 event through the Torah (and thus the cabala). There are no overtones of racial or cultural superiority, and there is an acknowledgement that the Creator speaks to all of us, albeit in different ways.
The human race is being presented with an opportunity to evolve beyond what we currently are; this book clearly intends to help in this process.