Or of the Zohar, the foundational work of Jewish mysticism, which was written in Spain.
In his hands was The Zohar, the chief text of the Jewish Kabbalah.
Yesh Atid MK, Ruth Calderon, taught Talmud and Professor Yehuda Liebes taught Zohar.
Zohar was a key element in understanding the color of what we were going to do light-wise.
He hurried there with his three children, 9-year-old Nga, 6-year-old Adam and 3-year-old Zohar.
Thus Zohar, the wisest of all the books of wisdom, and therefore one that no one believes.
Joseph de Avila discovers the spuriousness of the Zohar, 20.
On account of God's love for the writer of the Zohar, his generation merited the revelation of truths till then hidden.
And that leanings toward this doctrine were to be found in the Zohar they could not deny.
The Zohar, the Bible of mysticism, was circulated, its authorship being fastened upon a rabbi of olden days.
1680s, Hebrew, literally "light, splendor."