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Larry King's Interview with Dr. Michael Laitman

Larry King's Interview with Dr. Michael Laitman

Larry King asks about Kabbalah, anti-Semitism, belief in God, what happens when we die and more


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Why Do People Hate Jews?

A summary of common views and an in depth perspective on the core reason behind the hatred of Jews

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Authentic Kabbalah On JLTV

Authentic Kabbalah on JLTV

Authentic Kabbalah on JLTV

Watch Kabbalah programs on JLTV every Friday at 9:00pm ET/PT


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Zohar Quiz

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Take the Zohar Quiz

Test your knowledge of The Zohar with the Zohar Quiz!

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Structure of Creation Course

"General Overview" is a 6 lesson course given by Dr. Michael Laitman on the structure of creation


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