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Knorr von Rosenroth, Christian

Index: El indigno, El informe de Brodie, OC,Obras completas. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1974. 1029.

German mystic, 1636-1689, author of Kabbalah denudata

Fishburn and Hughes: Christian Hebraist and devoted student of the Cabbala, whose teachings he believed afforded proof of the doctrines of Christianity, such as the identification of Jesus with Adam Kadmon (primordial man) and of the Trinity with the three highest sephirot (spheres, or divine manifestations in which God emerges from his hidden abode - also known as 'emanations'). Knorr wrote extensively on the subject, his major work being the Kabbala Denudata (1677- 84) whose first two volumes comprise Cabbalistic nomenclature and other essays, and the remaining two writings by Isaac Luria. Unworthy