- n. Plural form of cabalist.
“The author scoffs at Jewish scholars as “curious wranglers, ingenious cabalists, fine splitters of hair, shrewd perverters of texts, sharp detectors of discrepancies, clever concocters of analogies.””
“The cabalists in our government do not even bother to hide this, the documents are there for all to see.”
“Admittedly, most will never grasp the reins of power but that's our plight too because power is all tied up by cabalists like Common Purpose, the CFR, the Bilderbergers and so on but that's hardly the issue mooted in the first quote in this post.”
“Or the bit about how global warming is just a great big conspiracy among those noted well-known cabalists, er ... climatology scientists?”
“Or the bit about how global warming is just a great big conspiracy among those noted well-known cabalists, er … climatology scientists?”
“Without forward home-based leadership of the state party, Arizona is destine to remain the backwater perserve of DC cabalists.”
“Article was deleted by a wikipedia sysop in colaboration to a team of Greek wikipedia cabalists advocating extreme nationalistic point of view”
“He remembered, moreover, that he was in the house of a Jew, a people who, besides the other unamiable qualities which popular report ascribed to them, were supposed to be profound necromancers and cabalists.”
“And he must have his cabalists, like Dec and Allan, for conjuring up the devil.”
“The Ormus myth suggests four influences: Rosicrucian, Egyptian, Jewish esotericism such as the cabala the Essenes were believed, rightly or wrongly, to have been cabalists, and Christian, perhaps of an heretical sort.”
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Ivanhoe is a book by Sir Walter Scott. It was written in 1819, is set in 12th-century England, and is an example of historical fiction.
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