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Son of Chicken Qabalah: Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford’s (Mostly Painless) Practical Qabalah Course, Lon Milo DuQuette, Weiser Books. Well, it’s déjà vu all over again. Lon Milo DuQuette has used his wicked sense of humor, deep knowledge and a good bit of wordsmithing in penning his soon to be released volume; Son of Chicken Qabalah: Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford’s (Mostly Painless) Practical Qabalah Course. DuQuette’s ability to convey profound knowledge seemed to crescendo in 2001 with the publishing of what many concluded was his magnum opus, The Chicken Qabalah of Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford. Needless to say, Son of Chicken Qabalah will not supplant the earlier tome, rather it furthers the journey to greater heights.
If you have already read The Chicken Qabalah, you will find yourself in familiar territory, even though there is a hard turn off in a new direction. DuQuette takes the reader into a magical lodge where they encounter a Master and a Guide ready to conduct them through a series of initiations, each more profound than what precedes it. Before the conclusion of each initiation, a series of exercises are detailed and a knowledge lecture is given. Son of Chicken Qabalah explores the deep meanings enshrined in the Hebrew alphabet and their relationship to creation. DuQuette effortlessly scoops up the reader and transports them to an encounter with the profundity of being. The reader can’t help but to come face to face with their own divinity as DuQuette adroitly captures the atmosphere of a magical lodge.
While it is not requisite to read The Chicken Qabalah of Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford prior to encountering this new release, it would certainly benefit the reader to do as much. Son of Chicken Qabalah is sure to be one those books that peels like an onion, new levels being exposed with each re-read.