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Shekhina

Leonard Nimoy

Shekhina

by Leonard Nimoy

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Published by Umbrage, Turnaround in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • God -- Omnipresence -- Pictorial works,
  • Judaism in art,
  • Women -- Pictorial works

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLeonard Nimoy ; essay by Donald Kuspit
    GenrePictorial works
    ContributionsKuspit, Donald B. 1935-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p. :
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17055799M
    ISBN 101884167160

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Farber, Norma. Shekhina. Tucson, Ariz.: Capstone Editions, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. In this book of photos, Leonard Nimoy explores Shekhina — the female aspect of God in Jewish mythology.

    The book Shekhina that accompanied the exhibition is also highly praised and highly sought after. It is out of print and used copies at Amazon sold for $ and up. With the announcement of Nimoy’s death, prices jumped to $1, to $6, Five years later, copies in fair to like new condition range from $50 to $   Shekinah Glory is a visible manifestation of God on earth, whose presence is portrayed through a natural occurrence. The word shekinah is a Hebrew name meaning “dwelling” or “one who dwells.” Shekinah Glory means “He caused to .

    The book Shekhina that accompanied the exhibition is also highly praised and highly sought after. It is out of print and used copies at Amazon sold for $ and up. With the announcement of Nimoy’s death, prices now range from $1, to $6, Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and


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Shekhina by Leonard Nimoy Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book sold well, and even inspired a ballet aptly named, Shekhina by a New York choreographer. A feminine word in Hebrew, Shekhina is the Talmudic term for the visible and audible manifestations of the Deity’s presence on Earth.

Shekhina is a beautiful tribute to the idea that there must be more to godhood than cold judgment. Unfortunately, some will see blending nakedness with divinity as sacrilegious, and others will prefer to debate the specific religious terms Nimoy uses.

Shekhina is a work of quiet contemplation, each photo a meditation on life, love and light/5(22). Nimoy's luminous photographs from his recent book, Shekhina, express his search for the essence of the Shekhina, which he interprets as the manifestation of the divine presence in humankind and, particularly, the feminine aspect of God.

Through black and white, light and shadow, figuration and abstraction, Nimoy captures poetic images of the. Shekhina book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

First-ever monograph by Leonard Nimoy revealing his intrigue with scriptura /5. Shekhina, also spelled Shekhinah, Shechina, or Schechina, (Hebrew: “Dwelling,” or “Presence”), in Jewish theology, the presence of God in the designation was first used in the Aramaic form, shekinta, in the interpretive Aramaic translations of the Old Testament known as Targums, and it was frequently used in the Talmud, Midrash, and other postbiblical Jewish.

19 Sep - Explore bethanysheardKS's board "Leonard Nimoy's Shekina Photography Book", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Leonard nimoy, American actors and Star trek series pins. Shekhinah. K likes. For bookings email [email protected] or alternatively contact [email protected]: K.

In his first book of photography, Leonard Nimoy takes on the task of representing the Shekhina, God's female presence as noted in the writings of the Zohar and Kabbalistic teachings. The forms are presented in subtle, ethereal poses often covered with sheer cloth -- both wholesome and demure/5(2).

Shekhina is a book of photography by Leonard Nimoy of Jewish women, with commentary on Jewish tradition and scripture. The book received a certain amount of controversy for the perceived risqué nature of a number of the photographs. The title comes from the Hebrew word shekhinah, meaning the glory or radiance of God, or God's presence.

External links. Get this from a library. Shekhina. [Leonard Nimoy; Donald B Kuspit] -- "First-ever monograph by Leonard Nimoy revealing his intrigue with scriptural mythology and ancient spirituality."--Amazon. But however you choose to look at Shekhina, it would be foolish to dismiss a book that examines the intersection of women and Judaism.

Since the 13th century, classic texts have asked Jews to. Susan was the model for some of the "Shekhina" images, including the book's final photograph of a woman's upturned face.

Nimoy said he is finished with the "Shekhina" series. Buy Shekhina 01 by Nimoy, Leonard, Nimoy, Leonar (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Shekhina by Leonard Nimoy (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products!5/5(1). these three things "these three things" these three things (pdf) Download.

about the author. about the author (pdf) Download. Contact Us. [email protected] Want a real book. purchase this book. here. if so inclined, review this book. here. e-books available at Amazon, Apple, etc, etc. ‘Shekhina’ won an Honorable Mention award in the Purple Dragonfly Book Awards, in Spiritual/religious children’s book category for.

Book Description: Shekhina is the first children’s book (that’s for adults too) that explores the radiance and love of the Feminine Divine, the Sabbath Bride.

The Shekinah is G-d’s indwelling presence. Unsigned book: Sold Out. Signed book: $ Shekhina: Signed book: $ Hardcover. Minor damage on Slipcase or Cover due to handling by Mr. Nimoy during signing. Some small tears, dings or scuffs. VERY limited supply remaining.

SPECIAL: All 3 books signed: $1,   Question: "What is the Shekinah glory?" Answer: The word shekinah does not appear in the Bible, but the concept clearly does. The Jewish rabbis coined this extra-biblical expression, a form of a Hebrew word that literally means “he caused to dwell,” signifying that it was a divine visitation of the presence or dwelling of the Lord God on this earth.

In Genesis, the first book of the Torah, God is present in Gan Eden. when Adam and Eve eat from the Tree of Knowledge. In Exodus, the second book of the Torah, God’s presence guides Moses. The "Shekhina" series was explained by Nimoy as a photographic image of the invisible. Nimoy imagined the divine feminine presence as ubiquitous.

[According To The] Shekhina Goddess [Myth:] The female presence of God. The Indwelling One, the Shekina is regarded as the feminine aspect of God, who dwells inside every individual, the Goddess Within, the female soul of God.

In Hebrew, Sh’kina means “dwelling place” and like Her Tantric counterpart, the Shakti, the Sh’kina was the.Shekhina (Book): Nimoy, Leonard: Shekhina presents the first-ever monograph of Leonard Nimoy, photographer. This exhaustive and eerily beautiful photographic study of the female form reveals Nimoy's intrigue with scriptural mythology and ancient spirituality.The second book is a new approach to myth, religion, gods and goddesses.

We will argue that the world’s myths and religions are expressions of evil and legitimize evil. All the gods and divine sons of myth and religion are either sadists, masochists, possessed by some form of desire or manifest various degrees of power-over.