from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Another spelling of cabalism.


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  • And to add to the confusion, the generosity of Ficino toward the bizarre and the occult reaped its consequences in the warren of astrology, cabbalism, and hermeticism which became the home of French Platonism during the

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  • Later, other traditions were to maintain Hierarchy independently of Plotinus, as when cabbalism asserted with Moses de Leon in the thirteenth century that “everything is linked with everything else down to the lowest ring on the chain”


  • Fort [126] gives the following account of the origin of cabbalism:

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  • Religious thing with lots of allusions to religion, cabbalism, Jung and other miscellaneous psychoanalysis.

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  • Mathers was a founder and leader of the Golden Dawn, which used that symbolism in the Christian cabbalism of John Dee (English, 1527-1608 and Cornelius Agrippa (German, 1486?

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