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  1. Sefer Hasidim, § 978
  2. Tikkunei Zohar, 1a
  3. Zohar 2-136b
  4. Zohar 2-136a
  5. Moses de Leon, “Sefer ha-Mishkal- Text and Study,” Wijnhoven, 59-60
  6. 3th century Ashkenazic text, MS Oxford, Bodleian Library 1566, fols. 45a-b
  7. Eleazar of Worms, Hokhmat ha-Nefesh, 13b-c
  8. Moses de Leon, Shushan ‘Edut, pp. 363-364
  9. Simhah Bunem of Przysucha (1765-1827), Qol Simhah to Gen. 1-26 (Jerusalem, 1992), p. 3
  10. Heikhalot Rabbati, § 102
  11. Heikhalot Rabbati, § 159
  12. Heikhalot Rabbati, § 163
  13. Sefer Levush Malkhut, a text composed in 1566 by Obadiah Hamon, MS Oxford-Bodleian 1597, fols. 93a-b
  14. Judah Hayyat, commentary on Ma‘arekhet ha-’Elohut (Jerusalem, 1963), 96b
  15. Sefer Levush Malkhut, a text composed in 1566 by Obadiah Hamon, MS Oxford-Bodleian 1597, fols. 93a-b MS Oxford-Bodleian 1597, fol. 94a
  16. 1 Enoch 14-19-25
  17. 2 Enoch 22-1-4
  18. 2 Enoch 39- 1-6
  19. Mekhilta de-Rabbi Shim‘on ben Yohai, ed. J. N. Epstein and E. Z. Melamed (Jerusalem, 1955), p. 81.
  20. Pesiqta de-Rav Kahana, 4-4, pp. 65-66
  21. Pesiqta Rabbati 33, 155b
  22. ’Aggadat Bereshit, 14, ed. S. Buber (Cracow, 1903), p. 30.
  23. Pesiqta Rabbati 21, 100b-101a
  24. Mekhilta de-Rabbi Shim‘on bar Yohai, pp. 154-55
  25. Wayyikra Rabbah, 20-10, p. 466
  26. Tanhuma, ed. Buber, Bemidbar, 20
  27. Pirqe Rabbi ’Eli‘ezer (Warsaw, 1852), 32, fol. 73b
  28. Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael, Bahodesh, 2, p. 211
  29. Exodus Rabbah 29-3
  30. Exodus Rabbah 23-15
  31. Tanhuma, Ha’azinu, 4
  32. Shabbetai Donnolo, Sefer Hakhmoni, pp. 6-8
  33. Shabbetai Donnolo, Sefer Hakhmoni, p. 40
  34. Tradition attributed to Hai Gaon by Nathan ben Yehiel of Rome in his Talmudic lexicon, Sefer he-‘Arukh Aruch Completum, 1-14
  35. Otzar ha-Geonim, ed. B. Lewin, vol. 1- Tractate Berakhot (Jerusalem, 1931), Appendix, p. 3.
  36. Otzar ha-Geonim, ed. B. Lewin, vol. 7- Tractate Yevamot (Jerusalem, 1936), p. 314.
  37. Judah ben Barzillai al-Barceloni, Perush Sefer Yesirah, pp. 31-32
  38. Judah ben Barzillai al-Barceloni, Perush Sefer Yesirah, pp. 34-35
  39. Judah ben Barzillai al-Barceloni, Perush Sefer Yesirah, p. 39
  40. Judah ben Barzillai al-Barceloni, Perush Sefer Yesirah, p. 67
  41. Judah ha-Levy, Dîwân des Abu-l-Hasân Jehuda ha-Levi, ed. H. Brody (Westmead, England, 1971), 3- 5
  42. Judah ha-Levy, Dîwân des Abu-l-Hasân Jehuda ha-Levi, ed. H. Brody (Westmead, England, 1971), 3- 6 (poem no. 5)
  43. Judah ha-Levy, Dîwân des Abu-l-Hasân Jehuda ha-Levi, ed. H. Brody (Westmead, England, 1971), 4- 145
  44. MS JTSA Mic. 1727, fols. 18a-b
  45. Zohar 1-110b
  46. Zohar 1-103b
  47. From the Geronese circle of Ezra and Azriel, 13th century. MS JTSA Mic. 8558, fol. 8b.
  48. Isaac the Blind, translated from Scholem, Appendix to The Kabbalah in Provence, p. 5-6.
  49. Azriel of Gerona, cited from Scholem, “The Concept of Kavvanah,” pp. 172-173, with some slight modifications.
  50. Iyyun Circle, 13th century. MS Munich 54, fol. 288a.
  51. Ezra ben Solomon, Kitve Ramban, 2-487
  52. Zohar 3-280b
  53. Abraham Abulafia, MS JTSA Mic. 1737, fol. 33b
  54. Eleazar ben Moses Azikri (1533-1600), Milei de-Shemaya by Rabbi Elazar Azikri, ed. M. Pachter (Tel-Aviv, 1991), p. 103.
  55. Hayyim Vital, Sha‘are Qedushah (Jerusalem, 1983), pt. 3, ch. 5, pp. 89-90.
  56. Judah the Pious, a commentary on the prayer ‘Aleynu
  57. Eleazar of Worms, Sefer ha-Shem, MS British Museum 737, fol. 320b
  58. Eleazar of Worms, Hilkhot ha-Kavod, MS Oxford-Bodleian 2575, ol. 3a
  59. Eleazar of Worms, MS Paris BN 772, fol. 90a
  60. Anonymous text from the German Pietists, MS JTSA Mic. 1878, fol. 108b II
  61. Eleazar of Worms, MS Paris, BN 772, fol. 49a
  62. Eleazar of Worms, MS British Museum 737, fol. 223a
  63. Eleazar of Worms, Sode Razayya, p. 11.
  64. Eleazar of Worms, Sode Razayya, p. 8
  65. Eleazar of Worms, Sha‘ar ha-Sod ha-Yihud we-ha-’Emunah pp. 147-148
  66. Eleazar of Worms, Hokhmat ha-Nefesh, ch. 46, p. 75.
  67. Eleazar of Worms. Sefer ha-Shem, MS British Museum 737, fol. 378a
  68. Eleazar of Worms, cited in ‘Arugat ha-Bosem, 1-137
  69. Eleazar of Worms. Sefer ha-Shem, MS British Museum 737, fol. 378a II
  70. Eleazar of Worms, Perush ha-Merkavah, MS Paris, BN 850, fol. 67a.
  71. Eleazar of Worms, Passover Haggadah with Commentary of R. Eleazar of Worms, ed. M. Hershler (Jerusalem, 1984), pp. 175-176 (Hebrew).
  72. Eleazar of Worms, Sefer ha-Roqeah, p. 22.
  73. Eleazar of Worms, Perush Sefer Yesirah le-R. ’Ele‘azar mi-Worms, 3a-b
  74. Judah he-Hasid, cited by Abraham ben Azriel in his ‘Arugat ha-Bosem, 1-202
  75. Tradition reported in the name of three figures, Judah he-Hasid, Joel he-Hasid, and Qalonymous he-Hasid-Merkavah Shelemah, 30a; cf. ‘Arugat ha-Bosem, 4-78, n. 41.
  76. R. Moses ha-Darshan, in his commentary on the Sh‘iur Qomah, cited from Scholem, Reshit ha-Qabbalah, pp. 213, 217-219
  77. MS Oxford-Bodleian 1566, fol. 225a
  78. Ephraim ben Shimshon, interpreting the reference to the angel who redeems (ha-mal’akh ha-go’el) mentioned in Gen. 48-16
  79. Eleazar of Worms, Commentary on the Liturgy, MS Paris, BN 772, fol. 97b
  80. Samuel be Judah he Hasid, MS Paris, BN 850, fol. 47b
  81. Joseph of Hamadan, Sefer Tashak.
  82. Anonymous 13th century kabbalistic text, MS Florence 44.13, fol. 23a
  83. Isaac of Acre, Me’irat ‘Einayim, p. 85
  84. Zohar Hadash, 38b
  85. Moses de Leon, Mishkan ha-Edut, MS Berlin Or. Quat. 833, fol. 35a.
  86. Nahmanides’ commentary to Exod. 20-2
  87. Zohar 2-82b
  88. Moses de Leon, Mishkan ha-‘Edut, MS Berlin Or. Quat. 833, fol. 3a.
  89. Zohar 1-15b-16a
  90. Anonymous kabbalistic commentary, MS Vatican 283, fol. 71b, on the rabbinic legend of the four sages who entered the Pardes
  91. Moses de Leon, MS Vatican 283, fol. 170a
  92. Zohar 1-18b
  93. Zohar Hadash, 122a.
  94. Zohar 2-2a
  95. Zohar Hadash, 105a (Matnitin)
  96. Zohar Hadash, 106b
  97. Zohar 2-98b
  98. All Visionary Experience Texts

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