Yehuda Ashlag planted the Kabbalah center roots in 1922. He was the first master to modernize this secret wisdom. For him, his main aim was to make it accessible to all. His leadership rolled down to his student Rav Yehuda. This was a great honor to him. Therefore, he made it his mission to publish and lead sources of enlightenment to the future generations. Rav Berg was the latest mantle holder. This is the lineage of the Kabbalah Center. A true dynasty.
Kabbalah The Veiled Wisdom
The main focus of this religion, since it was revealed to the few thousands of years ago, has acquired the concealed knowledge of God. This includes the designs made by God about the universe. However, Kabbalah can best be understood as the secret knowledge passed to the Jewish mysticism. The experience was presented to man through Adam and Eve. It was later passed into Moses and the Jewish community. As a matter of fact, the study of the religion was not limited to the worldly rules. It was, by general reference, not approved by those who were chosen to believe in it.
The reality remains that Jewish middle-aged men were elected and chosen from the many to learn the secret religion. Anyone who wanted to study without being chosen was deterred. Gaining access to this knowledge was very hard. If you were not chosen, it could not bear fruits. More Kabbalists believed that was social injustice. Therefore, they sought to find the world where all accessed this knowledge.
In the 19th century, the Kabbalah study was cloistered when respected Kabbalists and rabbis prohibited any access from unauthorized people. Therefore, many rabbis endeavored to keep the secret mission in coded form when the invention of written press made its way into the world. Most of the core informative texts, those that contained the most critical information, have been drafted in coded language. Because the religion dealt with matters about the creator of the universe as it had been revealed to Torah, it is the reason why the religion was forbidden from dissemination. A true religion for all.