Learn the Kabbalah
The Kabbalah (Qabalah) is one of the oldest, continuously studied and practiced philosophies in civilization and is the basis of almost all western mystical teachings. The Kabbalah is the unwritten and written tradition of Judaic mysticism.
For thousands of years, Jewish rabbis and their disciples developed and practiced this mystical and magical view of the universe.
The study of Kabbalah is based on virtual ideas, images and relationships from collective experiences in the real and spiritual worlds.
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The Basics about Kabbalah
How to spell Qabalah or Kabbalah?
The original word of 'Qabalah' comes from the Hebrew word that means "tradition." The Hebrew letters Q, B and L spell Qa Ba Lah.
The most common way to write the word in English today is: Kabbalah. It is often spelled as Qabalah to retain the more ancient influence. The word Kabbalah is also spelled several other ways, such as Kabalah, Kaballah, Cabala, etc.
Some Kabbalah groups only focus on the religious aspects of the Tree of Life. Other Kabbalistic groups practice with mystic meditations, magical techniques and chants. Either way, they depend on the original Jewish study of the Qabalah to achieve their goals. Both theoretical and practical magic uses the Qabalah as its source.
Ancient Kabbalah Manuscripts
Kabbalah in Biblical Times
Using Mystical Letters
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What are the best Kabbalah sources?
There is no one single book on Kabbalah. Since the Kabbalah was mostly transmitted by word of mouth, there were various interpretations between groups of Kabbalists over the centuries.
There are several, original, handwritten Kabbalistic manuscripts like The "Sefer Yetzirah," The Bahir, The Zohar and "Sefer Raziel HaMalach" which were circulated through the centuries. Eventually, they were printed and became available to the masses.
"Kabbalah's Secret Circles," by Robert E. Zucker. Learn how the ancient Jewish mystics would combine the letters of the Hebrew alphabet to produce wonderous miracles. Get the instructions to construct a Kabalah (Qabalah) Wheel similar to the description the chapter 2 of the Book of Formation, Sefer Yetzirah.
Kabbalah by Gershom Scholem is perhaps the most authoritative book on Kabbalah. Scholem explains in great detail the history and theories of Judaic mysticism.
Inner Meaning of the Hebrew Letters By Robert Haralick. This book-length meditation on the Hebrew alphabet offers profound insights into many important ideas found in Jewish thought. From time immemorial, the Hebrew alphabet has been considered to be more than a collection of individual letters.
"Sefer Yetzirah: The Book of Creation in Theory and Practice" By Aryeh Kaplan. This is the most authoritative text on the study of the "Sefer Yetzirah" or Book of Formantion (Book of Creation) available. Kaplan's explanations are easy to understand and make sense. A must have manual for anyone ready to decifer this ancient manuscript. Paperback: 398 pages. Publisher: Weiser Books; Rev Sub edition (May 1997). Language: English
Decoding the Past - Secrets of Kabbalah (History Channel) DVD. An ancient inspirational form of Jewish mysticism Kabbalah has now reached cult-like popularity among celebrities and throughout America. But what is behind the new-found fascination with this sacred body of wisdom?Once exclusively reserved for study by ultra-religious male scholars of Judaism Kabbalah has recently become known as a multi-million dollar celebrity-endorsed phenomenon.
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