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  • n. an esoteric or occult matter resembling the Kabbalah that is traditionally secret


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  • For those who have no clue what I'm talking about, The central element of the Qabalah is The tree of life, which is an abstract method of looking at the nature of The Universe, humanity and the Godhead.

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  • It is called in Hebrew QBLH, Qabalah, which is derived from the root QBL, Qibel, meaning "to receive."] we find that their is a sense.

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  • Of all of the various practices and philosophies that make up the spiritual apparatus in the West, from Qabalah and Christian Mysticism to Wicca and the various Reconstructivist movements, Alchemy gives us a process, a practical guide to the direct experience of the universal reality underpinning all mysteries.

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  • The occult is also a major inspiration: Ceremonial magic, Qabalah, paganism.

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  • For me this is a study of Tarot, the Qabalah and other Hermetic sciences as I like to call them.

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  • The ancient Jewish tradition of Qabalah places Altruism in the second sphere - Chokmah, and unselfishness in the 7th, Netzach.

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  • The Qabalah and the Wiccan degree systems both usually recognise this and are stuctured accordingly.

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  • I'm heavily into studying the Qabalah and the Thoth Tarot and Crowley and all that jazz right now.

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  • Within the next few weeks, I'm hoping to have a good enough understanding to be able to put a Qabalah section up on the website.

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  • I am still studying the Qabalah, and when I'm done with that, we'll have a whole section on it.

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