cabala


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Synonyms for cabala

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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En el tercer gran episodio de las transformaciones del logos, esta tradicion hermetica cristiana se integra con el neoplatonismo renacentista, la Cabala cristiana y judia, la alquimia, la masoneria del siglo XVIII y la mistica ilustrada, especialmente Bohme y Swedenborg.
Otro aspecto que el resalta a proposito de la Cabala es la perfeccion del texto sagrado; nada en el es casual.
En concreto, el poeta manifestaria sus afinidades con la cabala en una nota editorial escrita para la publicacion de un poema dedicado a Sidonio Pais en donde leemos: "Cristao Gnostico ...
Theosophy, Cabala, and the Modern Spiritual Revival.
Scholars are divided about whether Pico's work is important for its contribution to magic, astrology, the esoteric, the Cabala, and syncretism, for its continuation of the theological tradition that runs from the Bible through the Church Fathers to scholasticism, or for its early place in modern philosophy, but in the end the Oration came to represent Pico's attempt to defend himself against the accusations of heterodoxy.
Of great interest is Decker's research into cabala, the dominant form of Jewish mysticism.
"2012 and the Cabala" offers a Jewish spiritual take on 2012 and the end of days, looking at the meeting of Hebrew, Mayan, and Roman calendars.
The three tattoos, designed by her husband Dave, who runs his own tattoo parlour, show a cabala tree, an angel releasing a butterfly and a poem dedicated to her son.
The tattoos, a cabala tree, an angel releasing a butterfly and a poem dedicated to her son, were drawn by Kim's husband David who runs his own parlour.