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Shekhinah

She·ki·nah (sh -k n , - -, -k -). n. Judaism.

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SHEKHINAH: the divine feminine
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF SHEKHINAH MOUNTAINWATER. From Ruth my letter arrived before Shekhinah passed in the afternoon of Saturday, August. 11th .
THE REDEMPTION OF THE SHEKHINAH With the figure of the
GUY CASARIL LA SHEKHINAH, Présence de l'Eternel Féminin
MEANINGS OF SHEKHINAH IN THE “JEWISH RENEWAL

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Elazar goes on to explain his tale: The Shekhinah lies in the dust of a broken world. The Holy One raises His left arm to strike down evil and release Her from its grasp. The shadow of that arm is the fear of Judgment Day — Rosh Hashanah.

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Shekhinah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The Shekhinah. Where can we find a powerful image of the Divine feminine within Jewish sources?
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The Shekhinah is a Talmudic concept representing God's dwelling and immanence in the created world.
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Welcome to Moonspell, website of Shekhinah Mountainwater, feminist witch and a founding mother of Goddess revolution.
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In Kabbalah the Shekhinah is the archetype of the divine female, characterised by the epithets Mother, Sister, Daughter, Beloved, Bride and Queen.

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