kabala

IPA: kʌbˈɑɫʌ

noun

  • Alternative spelling of Kabballah [(Judaism) A body of mystical Jewish teachings based on an esoteric reading of the Hebrew scriptures.]

Examples of "kabala" in Sentences

  • A new pumping station is to open to Kabala in 2009.
  • Kabala water and vodka, it would be like a kabala-tini (ph).
  • I have no interest at all in Robert Sagerman, the Jewish mystic of the Kabala.
  • Madonna is there with 2,000 other students of kabala, the tradition of Jewish mysticism.
  • We don't have any kabala, * (* Slavery.) like you - don't seem to need it, for some reason.
  • She's bringing her sticky and sweet tour to Israel in September, and she has ties to Judaism through her involvement with kabala.
  • Supposed to be derived from the Arabic kabala, the irksome tax on salt, from which few provinces in France were altogether free, swept away in 1790.
  • There is an ancient source of biblical interpretation, known as kabala, that can help us understand the paradox of what seems to be an occasionally absent God.
  • The Bergs are also the creators of a kabala foundation called "Spirituality for Kids," which will receive all the proceeds from the sale of "The English Roses."
  • Combined with Williams above reproach art, this story takes one part Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, two parts Crowleys book of Magic, two parts kabala, and a little dash of Wonder Woman.

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