kabala


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Synonyms for kabala

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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"Stanley & Emily Kabala, Francis & Helen Mahoney, Dorothy & Catherine Brosnahan; James & Daniel Kabala'' $100
Kabala, an investor from Salem, N.H., who bought his shares of stock shortly after the Apple deal was announced, and sold it the day of the bankruptcy at a loss of $52,678.30.
In the northern district of Kabala, the only part of Sierra Leone not to be touched by the epidemic, residents were upbeat about the campaign.
NNA - Vice Head of the Islamic Shiite Supreme Council Sheikh Abdul Amir Kabala praised the efforts exerted in Tripoli and blessed the reconciliation in the North and the return of calm and stability to the city.
The funds are meant for the building of a university campus in Kabala (near Bamako) on the Bamako-Segou road, the hydro-electric dam of Gouina and other priority projects that will be identified by the Malian government.
Under the recent approvals, an amount of USD 120 million is allocated for the Ma'aden Wa'ad Al Shamal Phosphate Project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the production of high quality chemical fertilizers; USD 79 million to Northern Dakar Sanitation Improvement Project in Senegal; and USD 35 million to Kabala Water Supply Project in Mali for the development of drinking water networks in the capital city of Bamako.
In nine chapters he highlights examples, among them the Rosicrucian, Freemasons, the Kabala, magic, and alchemy, as well as practitioners Count Cagliostro and Julie de Krudener.
That's why "The Missing Semester" by Matt Kabala and Gene Natali Jr.
Kabala posits, President Bush wished to prevent Roe from being upheld in 1989, it would seem to follow that the purpose of appointing the "'stealth candidate' Souter" in 1990 would have been to sneak an anti-Roe vote onto the Court.
"Les Aigles" (surnom de la selection) ont entame leur premiere phase de preparation du 4 au 9 janvier a Bamako avec un stage au Centre d'entraEnement pour sportifs d'elite de Kabala, ponctue par un match amical remporte mardi (3-0) contre une selection locale.
He's the guy behind Ask The Kabala and "quantum healing", which involves "healing the bodymind from a quantum level" by a "shift in the fields of energy information", and which drives crazy people who actually understand physics; his critics accuse him of selling false hope to the sick.
In addition, serum from 5 goats with respiratory disease was sampled at a livestock market in Kabala 100 km north of Makeni.
He said that Kabala Lawyers have demanded protection by the security forces after the attempt, along with calling on the authorities to detail the "terrorists who tried to assassinate their Chairman." Karbala had witnessed an attempt 2 weeks ago against one of the representatives of the Grand Shiite Authority, Sayyid Ali al-Sistany, Sheikh Muhannad al-Mi'mar.
Mobile banking is "any kind of payment or transaction undertaken using a mobile phone against a bank account that is accessible directly from the user's mobile phone." (1) Mobile banking is the function most central to the concept of branchless banking, "the delivery of financial services outside conventional bank branches using information and communications technologies and non-bank retail agents." (2) For example, a customer living in Freetown, Sierra Leone, could send money home to his family in Kabala, a five-hour drive away, simply by sending a text message.
Lovers of the Kabala from 54 countries -- 4,500 Israelis and 2,500 visitors from other nations -- gathered on Tuesday at the Trade Fairs Center in Tel Aviv for the Eighth Annual World Kabala Convention.