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By Robert Zucker
The Qabalah is the basis of almost all western mystical teachings and 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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"Chayye Olam Ha Ba" The Book of Life Hereafter from Abraham Abulafia
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The word '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.
There is no one book on Kabbalah. Since the Kabbalah was mostly transmitted by word of mouth, there were various interpretations between groups of Kabbalists. Over the past 2,000 years, several handwritten Kabbalistic manuscripts began circulating. Eventually, they were printed and became available to the masses.
The "Sefer Yetzirah," The Bahir, The Zohar and "Sefer Raziel HaMalach" are some of the most popular handbooks of Kabbalah that exist today. The are freely available in bookstores, online and libraries.
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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. Indeed, the essence of each letter of the Hebrew alphabet can be seen as a fundamental building block of the world. Jewish scholars throughout the ages have meditated on these letters, deriving spiritual inspiration in the process. In The Inner Meaning of the Hebrew Letters, Robert M. Haralick looks closely at each of the Hebrew characters, helping us to gain insight from this remarkable tradition.
By Robert Haralick
A book about Jewish spirituality, Torah Code Table Analysis. It also has detailed information about the equidistant letter skip code analysis of the Bible. Discussion of the Torah Code Controversy. Refutation of the Bible code critics. Articles about World Trade Center terror attack, Spanish terror attack, Breslan terror attack in code findings. Torah Commentary about end of days & Messiah.