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Description : Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 56. Chapters: Essene texts, Kabbalah texts, Dead Sea Scrolls, Zohar, Sefer Yetzirah, Tanya, Genesis Apocryphon, Sirach, Kabbalah: Primary Texts, Sefer ha-Temunah, Tanakh at Qumran, Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz, Bahir, Likkutei Sichos, Alphabet of Akiba ben Joseph, Pesher, Ben Ish Chai, Habakkuk Commentary, Damascus Document, Shem Mishmuel, Sefer Raziel HaMalakh, Baraita of Samuel, Community Rule, Shi'ur Qomah, War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness, Thanksgiving Hymns, The Book of Mysteries, The Rule of the Congregation, The Secret of the Way Things Are, 3 Enoch, The Garden of Cyrus, Idra, Sepher Ha-Razim, The War of the Messiah, Three Books of Occult Philosophy, Masseket Azilut, Heichalot, Book of the Penitence of Adam, The Rule of the Blessing, Hayom Yom, Derech Hashem, Tomer Devorah, Reshit Chochmah, Shaar HaGilgulim, The Sword of Moses, De Arte Cabbalistica, Kedushas Levi, War Rule, Megaleh Amukot. Excerpt: The Dead Sea Scrolls are a collection of 972 texts from the Hebrew Bible and extra-biblical documents found between 1947 and 1956 at Khirbet Qumran on the northwest shore of the Dead Sea from which it derives its name. The texts are of great mythic and historical significance, as they include the oldest known surviving copies and extra-biblical documents and preserve evidence of great diversity in late Second Temple Judaism. They are written in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek, mostly on parchment, but with some written on papyrus. These manuscripts generally date between 150 BCE and 70 CE. The scrolls are traditionally identified with the ancient Jewish sect called the Essenes, though some recent interpretations have challenged this association and argue that the scrolls were penned by priests in Jerusalem, Zadokites, or other unknown Jewish groups. The Dead Sea Scrolls are traditionally divided...