In the 17th century rabbi sabbatai sevi called himself the so long awaited real messiah it was an apocalyptic time for the jewish people in poland and the ukraine one hundred thousand jews had been slaughtered and three hundred communities destroyed in the chmielnicki massacres. The lost messiah is the astonishing story of sabbatai sevi a 17th century rabbi who through the mysticism of the kabbalah convinced vast numbers of jews throughout europe the middle east and north africa that he was the long awaited messiah. This is the astonishing story of sabbatai sevi seventeenth century rabbi kabbalist and probable manic depressive who convinced large numbers of jews throughout europe the middle east and north africa that he was their long awaited messiah. The lost messiah in search of the mystical rabbi sabbatai sevi john freely home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you . Historian and travel writer freely retraces the 17th century rabbi sabbatai sevis steps from his birth in izmir in turkey to his exile and death in dulcigno in northern albania in this plo
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