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Kabbalah (noun) · Qabalah (noun) · Cabala (noun) · Cabbala (noun) · Kabbala (noun)
- the ancient Jewish tradition of mystical interpretation of the Bible, first transmitted orally and using esoteric methods (including ciphers). It reached the height of its influence in the later Middle Ages and remains significant in Hasidism.
Synonymssupernaturalism, magic, witchcraft, sorcery, necromancy, wizardry, cabbalism, occultism, diabolism, devilry,
Top Asked Questions
What is Kabbalah?"Kabbalah" ( קַבָּלָה , "reception," from קִבֵּל, "receive") is usually defined as the mystical and esoteric tradition of the Jewish people, though it might more generally be regarded as the "spiritual philosophy" of Judaism.
Is Kabbalah Jewish or non-Jewish?Today, many publications on Kabbalah belong to the non-Jewish New Age and occult traditions of Cabala, rather than giving an accurate picture of Judaic Kabbalah. Instead, academic and traditional Jewish publications now translate and study Judaic Kabbalah for wide readership.
What does Kabbalah say about creation?Kabbalah says that creation is one of God’s emanations, exhibiting the pantheistic quality of Kabbalah. Kabbalah, like all false doctrine and religions, denies the deity of Christ and the necessity of faith in Him as the only means of salvation ( John 14:6 ).
What is the Lurianic Kabbalah?One of the fundamental kabbalistic texts, the Zohar, was first published in the 13th century, and the almost universal form adhered to in modern Judaism is Lurianic Kabbalah .