By Eduard Shyfrin
To be “mystical” is defined as “having a spiritual symbolic or allegorical significance that transcends human understanding”. In this ground-breaking book, Eduard Shyfrin (PHD) shows that the ideas of Jewish mysticism (Kabbalah) also resonate with the ideas of 21st century science. Shyfrin explains Kabbalistic ideas with the support of information theory and quantum physicsEqually, the riddles of modern science are explained with the help of Kabbalah. For ease of reading, brief introductions to Kabbalah, to the theory of information and to quantum physics are provided. This is a book about creation and the role of man in it, divine providence, miracles, good, evil and the soul.