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Bio's and Stories Donate Payment & Shipping Payment Shipping Site Help / FAQ Nav Menu 3 Nav Menu 4 Nav Menu 5 Nav Menu 6 Nav Menu 7 Nav Menu 8 Home > Send-a-Prayer >> > Send a Prayer to Rabbi Moshe Cordovero's gravesite Rabbi Moshe Cordovero's gravesite Alternative Views: Prayer recited in return for a tax-deductible donation to Kabbalaonline.org - Ascent of Safed Our Price: $18.00 Availability:: Prayer recited, please G-d, on 2 yahrtzeit: 23 Tamuz [Jul. 7, 2017] & 5 Menachem Av [ [Jul 29, 2017] Click to view another Gravesite Gravesite: Triple Prayer Special: Ari-Ramak-Caro [Add $8.00] Both gravesites [Add $7.00] Rabbi Moshe Cordovero (the Ramak) Description Technical Specs Full Description Send your personal prayer to be recited by a member of our staff to the gravesite of Rabbi Moshe Cordovero, one of the most prolific and systematic exponents of the teachings of the Zohar, student of Rabbi Alkabetz [author of "Lecha Dodi"], teacher of the Ari and Rabbi Chaim Vital. Or send prayers to all three! Your own personal prayer recited at the gravesite of your choice All prayers are brought directly to the gravesites of great Kabbalists and other holy Sages. Please click here to let us know all the details concerning your prayer. Your personal prayer will be delivered to the gravesite as a gesture of thanks for a tax-deductible donation to support the activities of Kabbalaonline.org - Ascent of Safed Among the great luminaries of Kabbala, Rabbi Moshe Cordovero, holds a particularly important place as one of the most prolific and systematic exponents of the teachings of the Zohar as well as the writings of almost all the early Kabbalists. Although it is not certain that the Ramak himself was born in Safed, he spent most of his life in this holy city, the home of Kabbala and became one of the leading Kabbalists in Safed. He acted as spokesman for the group of Kabbalists headed by Rabbi Alkabetz, and he wrote several treatises explaining the fallacies of secular philosophy. In addition, he exhorted Torah students everywhere to study Kabbala. At the young age of forty-eight, Rabbi Moshe Cordovero passed away in Safed. In his eulogy, the Arizal declared that Rabbi Moshe was so pure and saintly that his death could only be attributed to the sin of Adam. The Arizal testified that the bier bearing Ramak to his burial place in Safed was preceded by a pillar of fire. Features Passed away 23 TamuzTeacher of the Ari and Rabbi Chaim Vital [the redactor of the Ari's teachings], as well as others. Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review » 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful: great thanks August 21, 2014 Reviewer: Jesse Gilbert from Berkeley, CA United States I found the people at Kabbalaonline helpful and courteous. Thanks. Was this review helpful to you?