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Kabbalah, in traditional belief the continuous general transmission of Jewish mysticism, in
academic classification the specific theosophical doctrinal system from the Middle Ages
onwards, incorporating schools of Medieval, Lurianic, and Hasidic Kabbalah
Kabbalah, in traditional belief the continuous general transmission of Jewish mysticism, in
academic classification the specific theosophical doctrinal system from the Middle Ages
onwards, incorporating schools of Medieval, Lurianic, and Hasidic Kabbalah

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Cabala (alternately Kabbala(h) or Qabala(h)) may refer to one of several systems of mysticism:
Kabbalah, in traditional belief the continuous general transmission of J ewish mysticism, in
academic classification the specific theosophical doctrinal system from the Middle Ages
onwards, incorporating schools of Medieval, Lurianic, and Hasidic Kabbalah
In J ewish meditation, Meditative Kabbalah, the meditative tradition within J udaic Kabbalah
Prophetic Kabbalah, Abraham Abulafia's system of meditative Kabbalah in J udaism
Practical Kabbalah, magical practices in J udaism from the Talmudic period through the
Middle Ages, selectively used theurgically by some J ewish Kabbalists
Sabbateanism, heretical antinomian adaptions of Kabbalah in early-modern J udaism
Christian Kabbalah, Christian theological incorporation of J ewish Kabbalistic doctrine from the
Renaissance onwards
Hermetic Qabalah, a Western esoteric and magical tradition drawing on J ewish Kabbalah
doctrine and methods, with other sources
English Qabalah, one of several different systems of Hermetic Qabalah that interpret the
letters of the English or Latin alphabet as number and symbol
Other traditions with some similarities to Kabbalistic doctrine or
methods [edit]
Gnosticism, classical belief systems speculating hierarchical mythic processes of good and evil in
divine creation
Neoplatonism, classical philosophy of descending divine emanationism
Hurufism, Medieval Sufi Islam sect that combined Koranic letters mystically ("cabalistically")
See also [edit]
Cabal, derived from Cabala in European culture, a secret group/intrigue
Cabala may also be a variant spelling of:
J ableh (Gabala), a Christian city in Syria during the Middle Ages
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