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I thought about an excerpt from Cabbala of Power: "In order to save the world from possible spiritual devastation, the Jewish state must be dismantled.
He traces it back to the encounter in the vicinity of Strasbourg between Bader and a former Catholic priest, Oswald Leber, who instructed him in the basic conceptions and calculations of the end of the world of the Jewish Cabbala and its reception by the Christian humanist Hebraist Johannes Reuchlin.
Kellman's application of the principles of cabbala in clinical cancer practice, I won't presume to speculate.
1232-1316) astral magic and Latin Cabbala, this scroll contains a series of concentric circles containing nine Latin letters representing the nine attributes of God, the seven planets and twelve signs of the zodiac and the Latin and Hebrew names for God.
Genesis by means of the Threefold Cabbala, namely, the Literal, the
Rather, Bach focuses on the religious language of Ephrata and its European sources, and in the process demonstrates that the community was formed and developed on mystical precepts with elements of Gnosticism, magic, and the Christian cabbala.
Rabbi Kook's entire teaching, which is followed devoutly by, among others, those who have led the settler movement on the occupied West Bank, is based upon the Lurianic Cabbala, the school of Jewish mysticism that dominated Judaism from the late 16th to the early 19th century.
In the world of Judaism, the rabbis teach the Torah, the Talmud and the Cabbala in the yeshiva.
It has blossomed into so many varieties: aggadah and halacha; cabbala and rationalism; philosophy and theology.