Malachim

This article is about the Malachim alphabet. For the quasi-Chasidic dynasty, see Malachim (Chassidus). You might also be looking for Malakh (plural Malakhim), a type of angel in Judaism. Malachim was an alphabet published by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa in the 16th century. It is derived from Hebrew and Greek. Other alphabets with a similar origin a...
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Malachim

[Chassidus] = August 31 = == Fourth dimension == Have just been reading this article, and am finding it really difficult to wrap my head around. I can understand all the other universe expansion, theory of relativity things (was always very good at physics) but I`m hoping someone can give me a simple analogy for the Fourth dimension.I`m loo...
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Malachim

[Hasidic group] The Malochim or Malukhim (`Malachim` in modern Hebrew pronunciation) (מלאכים, lit. `angels`) is a small Hasidic group with strong Monsey and Williamsburg connections. It adheres to the Chabad school of Hasidic thought which emphasizes in-depth Torah study, uses the Chabad nusach of prayer, and focuses on the study of H...
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