1. an esoteric theosophy of rabbinical origin based on the Hebrew scriptures and developed between the 7th and 18th centuries
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  • Festivals that provide a forum for Arab and Israeli art and culture, and universities and academies that offer joint courses in the Qur'an and the Bible, midrash and tafsir, cabbalah and Sufism, thereby placing them in their original relation to one another, are today only feasible in exile -- in the West, of all places, which bears part of the blame for the present-day impossible situation.
  • Death to the talmud, death to the torah, death to the cabbala, death to the Israeli sanhedrin, death to all hassidim, death to rabbinical mishnah nonsense, death to Judaic racism against "Goyim", death to the Palestinian Apartheid Wall of Judaism, death to all of Israel. Bill Maher's Religulous Documentary is Evidently 'Brilliant' «
  • The correspondents to whom his letters were addressed were not persons specially interested in religion or chemistry or the cabbala, and, of all men, Goethe was least likely to be obsessed by any set of ideas to the exclusion of all others. The Youth of Goethe
  • Beginning 'There is is no longer any Temple of the Sun' there is a disturbing resonance with the recognition by both Lettrists and Situationists that the 33rd degree Masonry embodied the final syllable of the secret word JAHBULON as a reference to the Biblical city of On - more recently Heliopolis - refined by ANONYMOUS to the deceitful (cunning) Albertopolis - a name which covertly draws in the European Monarchical cabbala linking the Kaiser to Ra, the sun-God, rededicated to Osiris, God of the Dead. Brit Lit Blogs
  • Eighty closely printed pages of an attempt to solve equations of every degree, which has a process called by the author _cabbala_. A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II)
  • An anonymous correspondent spells _cabbala_ as follows, [Greek: chabball], and makes 666 out of its letters. A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II)
  • Soon after 1750, however, as occult sciences were ascribed to the Templars, their system was readily adaptable to all kinds of Rosicrucian purposes and to such practices as alchemy, magic, cabbala, spiritism, and necromancy. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • The initial letters of their names happily constituted the word "cabal", which with even greater serendipity had a slightly sinister echo of the word cabbala (a secret mystical tradition of Jewish rabbis uncovering hidden meanings in the Bible.) The Guardian World News
  • He translated Homer's Iliad into modern Italian, helped introduce the oratorio into French music, was a noted gourmet and practitioner of the cabbala and wrote a five-volume science-fiction novel. 'Casanova: Actor, Lover, Priest, Spy'
  • The quotations bring together two obsessions in which much of Eco's work is involved, one with logical paradox, the other with obscure facts about Hermetic traditions, magical riddles, prophecies, the cabbala, and interpretations of history and nature according to complex, hidden, and often conspiratorial patterns. The Riddle of Umberto Eco
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