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Rav Michael Laitman, Professor of Ontology and Theory of Knowledge, PhD in Philosophy and Kabbalah, and MSc in Medical Bio-Cybernetics, established Bnei Baruch in 1991, following the passing of his teacher, Rav Baruch Shalom HaLevi Ashlag (The Rabash). Rav Laitman named his group Bnei Baruch (sons of Baruch) to commemorate the memory of his mentor, whose side he never left in the final 12 years of his life, from 1979 to 1991. Rav Laitman was Ashlag’s prime student, personal assistant, and is recognized as the successor of Rabash’s teaching method.

Rav Laitman received his PhD in philosophy and Kabbalah from the Moscow Institute of Philosophy at the Russian Academy of Sciences, and his MSc in Medical Cybernetics from the St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University. In addition to his scientific engagements, Rav Laitman has been extensively engaged in Kabbalah for the past thirty years. He has published over thirty books, translated into more than twelve languages as well as hundreds of articles on Kabbalah, and over 10,000 hours of video/audio Kabbalah lectures.

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