Ramak

Ramak Village is the district center of Dih Yak District, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. It is 30 km east of Ghazni on 33°31′29″N 68°37′58″E / 33.5247°N 68.6328°E / 33.5247; 68.6328 at 2,163 altitude.


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Moses Ben Jacob Cordovero - Among The Ramak's Most Visible Books
... "Pardes Rimonim" ("An Orchard of Pomegranates") - Ramak's first book, which secured his reputation as a mystical genius ... its extant manuscript form, which had occupied Ramak throughout his adult life - a classic commentary on the Zohar, Sefer Yetzirah and the Zoharic literary offshoots ... " Sefer Gerushin" ("The Book of Banishments") - a disclosure of Ramak's fellowship and their devotional piety in the Galilean outskirts of Safed ...
Moses Ben Jacob Cordovero - Succession of Kabbalistic Interpretation After The Ramak
... that only he saw a pillar of fire following the Ramak's presence ... of Maimonides, in producing a systematic intellectual articulation of Judaism, the Ramak achieved the first accepted systemisation of Kabbalah, based on its rational cattegorisation and study ... deeper interpretation of the Zohar and the Ramak's system, but the new system of Isaac Luria revealed completely new doctrines, as well as new descriptions of the earlier ...
Moses Ben Jacob Cordovero - Biography - Disciples
... Around 1550, the Ramak founded a Kabbalah academy in Safed, Israel, which he led for twenty or so years, until his death ... Ramak was survived by a wife whose name remains unknown (it is known that she was Solomon Alkabetz' sister) and by a son named Gedaliah (1562–1625) ... Gedaliah was the impetus behind the publication of some of Ramak's books in Venice, Italy circa 1584-7 ...