Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi

Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi (born Warren Kenton 8 January 1933) is an author of books on the Toledano Tradition of Kabbalah, a teacher of the discipline, with a worldwide following, and a founder member of the Kabbalah Society.  He first started studying 

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Kabbalah at the age of 25. Since then, he has been a student and tutor of the Kabbalah for more than 60 years, beginning to teach it in 1971. During this time he has visited nearly all the old major centers of Kabbalah in Europe, North Africa and Israel, while specializing in the Toledano Tradition, a form that derives from the Sephardi Kabbalah which developed in early medieval Spain and France and which included among its focal points the towns of Lunel and Girona and the city of Toledo.  -Wikipedia

“Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi is the Hebrew name of Warren Kenton. He was born in 1933 into a Sefardi Jewish Levite family in England. He was educated at St Martin’s School of Art and the Royal Academy, where he was taught to see beyond the obvious. This acquired awareness led him to study the esoteric and Kabbalah, the Jewish mystical tradition. Out of this came visits to its ancient and medieval spiritual centres in Europe, North Africa and Israel. Since 1970 he has taught groups all over the world, founded the international Kabbalah Society and written fifteen books that are now in fifteen languages, including Russian, Japanese and Hebrew.”

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Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi Books

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. The development and purpose of humanity are seen as part of a vast process that originates in the Divine Realm.”

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Kabbalah and Astrology

“Kabbalah and Astrology is a rewrite of The Anatomy of Fate, first published in 1978. It views astrology in the wider context of the ancient tradition of Kabbalah. The influence of the cosmos on humanity, at both the individual and collective levels, is the main topic of this book. The astrological birth chart is examined from a psychological and spiritual perspective showing how a horoscope can be a key in transforming a personal fate into transpersonal destiny. This revised edition, with new pictures and diagrams, is the result of over 50 years of practice and reflection on astrology from an esoteric viewpoint.”

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A Kabbalistic Universe

“A Kabbalistic Universe describes the processes behind the origin and purpose of Existence. A metaphysical scheme of four interlocking Worlds shows humanity’s role in the Chain of Being, which includes angelic and organic creatures. This book brings ancient and medieval kabbalistic cosmology up to date with modern science and psychology.”

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Introduction to the Cabala

Explains the Tree of Life in 20th-century terms so that its blossoms may flower for another season. The best introductory text, written by a living practicing teacher from the classical tradition.

The Way of Kabbalah

This work proposes that the biblical accounts of slavery in Egypt and the Promised Land are allegories of the basic human condition and struggles of inner growth.