qabbalah

IPA: kʌbˈɑɫʌ

noun

  • an esoteric theosophy of rabbinical origin based on the hebrew scriptures and developed between the 7th and 18th centuries

Examples of "qabbalah" in Sentences

  • I can't say whether she's Qabbalah.
  • In the Middle East, ecstatic Qabbalah was accepted without reservation.
  • Your edits to the Hermetic Qabbalah page are really quite over the top.
  • Michael supports the Hermetic Qabbalah and the order of the Golden Dawn.
  • In the outer order, the student learns a great deal about the elements, the qabbalah, alchemy, astrology, geomancy and many aspects of high magic.
  • Cohen, G.D., (ed.), 1967, A critical edition with a translation and notes of the Book of tradition (Sefer ha-qabbalah) by Abraham Ibn Daud, London: Routledge & Kegan.

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