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D. 845). The P esiqf>a as it (i) The Rev. e. wurden auch jiidischen Agadisten auf ihn aufmerksam und verwandeln ihn zu mystischen Zwecken indem sie ihn mit Metatoron identificierten". Sura 1". e. " Vide also Sura 2i to a . Ox? ). Gratz's impossible deductions are reproduced here at length, since they form, directly or indirectly, the only basis for the usual anti-mystically biassed representations of the time and provenience of the so-called Ga'onic mystical literature. Gratz might with as literature of the OT.

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Neither is the picture of an angel-prince wreathing crowns for His Master represented in 3 Enoch. Both ideas seem to belong to a later stage than They recur frequently in later literature. Sandalfon is met with Rev. of Moses (Hebrew) and in Hek. Zof. (Cf. below on the con} ception of Metatron,pp. a connected with R. JE1 'azar. Ib. The various panim (faces) of the Mcerkaba-angels, in particular the 10 a io 14). On this subject giga is more elaborate Hayyop (after Ezek. i than 3 Enoch, cf. 3 En. 2 1 ("eagles of the Mcerkaba"), 2I 1 3 and the add.

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