Now we return to the Shekinah: it is presented in the lower world through the last of the ten Sephiroth, which is called Malkuth (Malkuth), ie, the "kingdom", a designation worthy remarks from our point of view (as well as the designation of Tzedek, Tsedek, "Justice ", which is sometimes synonymous); Malkuth - a "reservoir, which attracts water, which run from the top of the stream," ie, all emanations (grace or spiritual influences), distributed in abundance (Volume I, p 509.). This "stream at the top" and expiring from it water remind us strangely heavenly Ganges flow in the Hindu tradition, and you can also notice that the Shakti aspect of which is the Ganges, it is not devoid of a certain analogy with the Shekhinah, perhaps only because of his " miraculous "function, which for them is the same. We are well aware that the usual belief in the oneness of Judaic concepts is not very easy feeling to such comparisons, but they do not make them less real, but for us, who do not have the habit to be influenced by well-known prejudices of their statement is of great interest because that there is a confirmation of the essential doctrinal unity, hiding under a visible variety of external forms.
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