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Synonyms for kabbalah

an esoteric or occult matter resembling the Kabbalah that is traditionally secret

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

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In fact, within the Zohar, there are ten such aspects, each of which has a particular place within the ein-sof, the infinite, the system of divine emanations that is the cornerstone of the Kabalistic theology.
(3) their denial of additional service time for group Torah, Kabalistic and language studies;
This novel uses biblical and kabalistic language and imagery to touch on issues of life and death, intellect, and faith through the story of a Jewish boy in Canada, post-Holocaust.
The show's kabalistic title, "The Middle Pillar," refers to the midpoint between heaven and earth, the central core of the Tree of Life.
While Bloch is most likely echoing here kabalistic language, his intentions are thoroughly secular: '[they] give the sign for the exit from the series ...
The kabalistic tradition offers a similar approach, describing Laban, Balaam and Amalek as representing the dross and material [klipah] in the universe (Sefat Emet, Ex., Va'erah).
(24.) Tau uses the Kabalistic term erev rav, which refers to "fake Jews" who attempt to prevent the redemption of the Jews, and whose physical annihilation is the only way to remove the last obstacle to the End Days.
Have any interest in kabalistic principles of enlightenment?