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Where Does Shakespeare Fit In?

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in response to reader comment: Nice weaving in of Shakespeare

Submitted by Seamus MacNemi (United States), Jan 21, 2008 at 17:41

Forgive me but I was unaware of any reference to Shakespeare in my writing. No such reference was consciously made or given on my part. The only references that I quoted from are from the twelfth century Kabbalistic Master Issac Luria. With, of course, some deference to Spinoza.

If you are further interested I would reccomend " The Universal Meaning Of The Kabbalah" by Leo Schaya from the Penguin Metaphysical Library. I have found it to be an excellently written piece.

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