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Bahir


Bahir, the word means "Brightness," was a mystical treatise written in the 12th or 13th century. It was the work of a French rabbi named Isaac ben Abraham of Posquieres, commonly know as "Isaac the Blind." The treatise has Kabbalah associations. A.G.H.


Source: 81, 62.

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