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Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi



Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi (born Warren Kenton, 1933–2020) was an internationally known English writer and teacher of the mystical Kabbalah discipline of Judaism. His work focused on the Sephardic Toledano Tradition, and he founded the Kabbalah Society to expand awareness and education of that tradition.

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Psychology and Kabbalah

In this book both kabbalistic and modern psychological models are used to describe the psyche and its place in the universe. The issue of consciousness is crucial in the process of development from the level of the ego to individuation and beyond.

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A Caravan on a Spiritual Silk Road

Warren Kenton talks about the ancient Jewish tradition of Kabbalah and what it can teach us in the present day

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Kabbalah and Astrology: A Rewrite of the Anatomy of Fate

This study of astrology and Kabbalah explores the influence of the cosmos on individuals and nations.

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The Path of a Kabbalist

This book traces the story of how Halevi, initially an artist and poet, became a writer about and a teacher of Kabbalah. Many of the illustrations are Halevi's, as well as the diagrams, which are a modern interpretation of the Tradition.

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The Kabbalistic Tree of Life

The metaphysical scheme known as the Kabbalistic Tree of Life describes the structure and dynamic of Existence. Detailed examples in this book reveal how cosmic laws operate throughout the four interconnected Worlds of Jacob's Ladder.

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Anatomy of Fate: Kabbalistic Astrology

This book sets out the history and philosophy of astrology through kabbalistic principles, celestial symbols, and archetypal images.

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Development of Humanity 1999

Extract of conversation between Warren Kenton and Anthony Blake, omne of eight conducted between 1999 and 2007.

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The Anointed

A novel about the destiny of one man and the fate of those around him. The setting is Spain, 1492, when the Inquisition seeks to eliminate the leader of an esoteric group of Christians, Jews, and Muslims, in an archetypal battle between good and evil.

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An Interview with Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi

Frank Donnola in conversation with Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi about Kabbalah.

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Kabbalah and Exodus

This book shows that the story of Exodus is also an allegory of the human situation. The inner meaning of the Exodus drama is an escape from bondage.

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