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  Llewellyn Encyclopedia: Qabalah (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Another element of Qabalah is that of theosophy, which seeks to reveal the hidden mysteries of the Divine as well as the relationship between the Divine Life on one hand, and the life of humans on the other.
The Qabalah, which Dion Fortune called "the Yoga of the West" reveals the nature of certain physical and psychological phenomena.
The Qabalah as it exists today is a vibrant, living, and dynamic philosophy that includes the origin of the entire cosmos, the eternal mind of God, and the spiritual development of humankind.
www.llewellynencyclopedia.com.cob-web.org:8888 /article/44   (691 words)

  
 MatriFocus, Gender Equity in Hermetic Qabalah
Qabalah includes both female and male divine images as part of the sefirot (Hebrew, plural; singular, sefirah), also called emanations, which occur on the Tree of Life, long a Goddess symbol.
The philosophy of Qabalah she set forth, particularly the interpretations of the sefirot, form the basis of the system most widely used by today's Qabalists, including those practicing in many metaphysical, New Age and Pagan groups.
Hermetic Qabalah is open to many different paths, it strives to incorporate the female divine (as well as the male); yet it has not gotten rid of sexist patriarchal stereotypes.
www.matrifocus.com /BEL02/myturn-qabalah.htm   (1918 words)

  
 Thelemapedia: The Encyclopedia of Thelema & Magick | Qabalah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In general usage, the spelling qabalah is used to distinguish the variation of kabbalah used by western or hermetic magicians from Jewish mystical kabbalah.
Qabalah was a subject of study for most Ceremonialists between the time of John Dee and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.
Truth is the source, and Economy the course, of that marvellous stream that pours its living waters into the Ocean of apodeictic certainty, the Truth that is infinite in its infinity as the primal Truth which which it is identical is infinite in its Unity.
www.thelemapedia.org /index.php/Qabalah   (2108 words)

  
 LilyTears Palm Software: Qabalah Trainer
So far, Qabalah Trainer covers columns 0 through 11 (except 7, "The Sword and the Serpent," the data of which is too ambiguous to correspond to the rows).
Memorizing the whole of these correspondences may be useful to students of Qabalah or occult philosophy, such as initiates of the B.o.t.A., the O.T.O. and the A.·.A.·..
Qabalah Trainer presents a random item of the published table of correspondences on the left half of your Palm handheld screen; and items of a different, particular column, on the right.
lilytears.com /software/qabalahtrainer   (490 words)

  
 Search The Llewellyn Encyclopedia: Qabalah
Qabalah: "Qabalah" is a Hebrew word which means "tradition.” It is derived from the root word "Qibel," meaning, "to receive." This refers to the ancient custom of handing down the esoteric knowledge by oral transmission.
What the word Qabalah encompasses is an entire body of ancient Hebrew mystical principles that are the cornerstone and focus of the Western Esoteric Tradition.
The goal of the Qabalist is to discover and invent keys to the understanding of arcane symbols that reflect the eternal mysteries.
www.llewellynencyclopedia.com /term/Qabalah   (403 words)

  
 Pain-Free Qabalah for Tarot Readers Review
This is an introduction to Qabalah as it relates to Tarot, and is an interactive course.
He makes the statement that the Qabalah is the source of meaning and image of Tarot decks and systems of reading for the past 150 years.
Qabalah is an oral tradition, and one that was not originally meant for use by the general public.
www.aeclectic.net /tarot/books/pain-free-qabalah   (1230 words)

  
 Qabalah Lessons One and Two
Qabalah is spelled many different ways: Kabbalah, Cabala, etc. We chose the Q spelling as it is most associated with Christian study of the Qabalah, whereas the Kabbalah is the Jewish mysticism angle.
The Qabalah encompasses a vast amount of esoteric knowledge, and is often classified under four different yet connected aspects.
The Qabalah is a precise system of mysticism that describes universal laws and shows us students of the divine how to put them into actual use in daily life.
northernway.org /electives/qabalah/qabalah12.html   (2273 words)

  
 Qabalah
Sometimes called the "Yoga of the West," the Qabalah is a system of mystical knowledge and spiritual development based upon the 32 "paths" of the Tree of Life and their relationship to one another.
The three branches of the Qabalah which are of interest to the modern occultist are the unwritten Qabalah, the literal Qabalah, and the practical Qabalah.
The unwritten Qabalah is based upon the Tree of Life, a diagram consisting of ten circles or Sephiroth connected by twenty-two paths or Navitoth.
heru-ra-ha.tripod.com /topics/qabalah.html   (1049 words)

  
 Qabalah (Hermetic Kabbalah)
"Qabalah" is the spelling generally used to indicate the use of Kabbalah as an occult and practical magical system.
In Hermetic, magickal, Qabalah in contrast, the ten sefirot ("sephiroth") pertain to ten aspects of what could be called the astral or magical world.
Members are encouraged to share their perceptions, questions, experiences, and intuitions on the Qabalah as well as on kindred subjects such as Tarot, Alchemy, Astrology, and Magick, and the many other pathways of the Esoteric Tradition through the Message Board, Links, and Photos areas of the site.
www.kheper.net /topics/Hermeticism/Qabalah.htm   (1213 words)

  
 The Realm Of The Occult - Intro To Qabalah
The 10 sephiroth of the tree of life have an influence in the 4 levels of the qabalah.
The 3 triads of the qabalah, are represented by the three elements; Air (Aleph), Water (Mem), and Fire (Shih).
The 10 sephiroth of the qabalah fall into 3 pillars, which is due to the way they are set on the tree ascend in a vertical fashion.
www.geocities.com /white_magick_666/QabalahIntro.html   (313 words)

  
 Qabalah
Qabalah (Kaballa, Cabala) is the cup that has carried the mystery teachings of many cultures (Persia, Rome, Greece, Egypt, India etc.) through to us today.
Qabalah means "the reception" and the teachings are received by the ready pupil from one who is already more awakened.
Qabalah teaches that there is only one great being, one self who is the whole universe.
www.joyousworld.com /qabalah/index.html   (692 words)

  
 WoC :: BackGround - What is the Mystical Qabalah of the Children of Abraham
While the Mystical Qabalah stands as the very foundation of the Hebrew, Christian, and Islamic religious dispensations, few contemporary rabbis, priests, or imams study its ideas or engage in its practices within the context of their respective faiths.
In the Mystical Qabalah, the "difference within Itself" is alluded to by a doctrine that distinguishes the Mysterious Unknown (Ayn) as having two aspects described as "Faces." One is called "Vast Face," denoting a station of infinite consciousness devoid of differentiation and manifest activity.
The Mystical Qabalah summarily involves the ascension of the Central Column of the Tree of Life to progressively unite with the consciousness of Small and Vast Face, and to pierce the profound spiritual mysteries alluded to in the Torah and other primary sources.
workofthechariot.com /TextFiles/Back-MysticalQabalah.html   (1256 words)

  
 Steven Ashe's Storefront - Lulu.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Qabalah of the 50 Gates delves into the lore of the internal journey of the initiate along the lines of the Yetzirahtic story telling tradition, incorporating lore from the mythos-cycle of Golden Dawn Hermetics, Aleister Crowley's 'Thelema' and the mercurial methodology of Gurdjieff.
This masterly introduction to the Qabalah was written by one of the most influential occultists of the 20th Century.
The Hermetic Qabalah Fraternity of the Sanctum Regnum
www.lulu.com /Qabalah   (2025 words)

  
 Mystical Qabalah Review
By occultist Dion Fortune, this is a Qabalah study guide and an introduction to the Tree of Life from the viewpoint of Western Mysticism.
The Qabalah sets a wonderful foundation for Tarot, even if one views it as a esoteric system that was overlaid on the cards.
Fortune goes into the choice of the Path (manner of spiritual study and growth), the "method" of Qabalah and the Tree of Life (with its esoteric symbolism), negative existence, the four worlds and the three Supernals, the ten Sephiroth, the Gods upon the Tree (the Tree of Life) and practical work done upon the Tree.
www.aeclectic.net /tarot/books/mystical-qabalah   (797 words)

  
 Qabalah by David Cherubim
The Qabalah is the "received" doctrine, the esoteric side of the scriptures, the "Chokmah Nistorah" or Secret Wisdom of the Inner School, that is, the inner truth as opposed to the outer form.
The real mysteries of the Qabalah must be discovered for and by oneself, and it is you who must create your own Qabalah according to the knowledge of your own practical experiences of the application of its fundamental principles.
The Practical Qabalah concerns itself with Talismanic and Ceremonial Magick; the Literal Qabalah concerns itself with the occult use of letters and numbers; the Unwritten Qabalah concerns itself with the knowledge in which certain sets of symbols are arranged on the Tree of Life; and the Dogmatic Qabalah concerns itself with Qabalistic literature.
thelemicgoldendawn.tripod.com /qabalah.htm   (6162 words)

  
 .: Rising Phoenix Foundation - Qabalah :. (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Qabalah is pre-eminent in the mystical and occult traditions of the West because of one simple fact: Qabalah is the only complete esoteric system to have survived in the Europe.
In the European esoteric movement, Qabalah forms the basis of Rosicrucianism; the founders of Freemasonry employed its symbolism in their higher degrees, and the Alchemists used it as the key to unlock the mystical techniques that comprised their praxes.
In legend, it is said that the Qabalah was brought to earth by the Archangel Ratziel, just after the death of Adam (thus long predating the birth of Abraham) to show us the way back to the Garden of Eden.
www.rpxf.org.cob-web.org:8888 /qabalah.htm   (677 words)

  
 Qabalah
The first approach is to familiarize one self with the methodology of the Qabalah until one understands why the ideas and symbols placed upon the tree fit and network the way that they do.
The only rule is to make sure that one places the deity in its proper place and that it is polarized by their counterparts so that the placement of one deity is not negated by the ones surrounding it.
I have found the Qabalah to be an encryption and decryption key, which when used properly will yield many wonders, including a peek into race consciousness of the people which created the philosophy you are exploring.
www.geocities.com /solis93/qabalah.html   (2600 words)

  
 Qabalah (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Qabalah is a living study which will develop the student and move them in their evolution.
Engagement with Qabalah is much like getting a pet, having a child, or marrying someone.
The study of Qabalah is filled with confusion, contradiction, frustration and incredible reward.
www.kuthumi.com.cob-web.org:8888 /Qabalah.html   (387 words)

  
 Primera Lección, Qabalah Hermetica
La Qabalah es, para Occidente, la primaria fuente de provisión de agencias para penetrar en el lado oculto de las cosas, el cual no es otra cosa que el plano de las causas.
La Qabalah explica además de cómo es que la Biblia da nombres, asigna atributos y da forma a un Ser tan espiritual; como la existencia del mal es compatible con la infinita bondad de Dios y cual es la Intención Divina con esta creación.
Qabalah Práctica: Abarca un amplio campo de actividades: Magia Ritual, talismanes y la Alquimia Occidental.
www.sitiohispano.com /cursos/muestra_qabalah_hermetica.htm   (3871 words)

  
 QABALAH BOOKS, CABALA, KABBALAH BOOKS
Qabalah is a dynamic system of esoteric philosophy that underlies most of the modern magickal traditions.
The Qabalah is a tried and tested way by which dedicated men and women may grow into their full potential—as consciously eternal and immortal beings." And with these meditations and exercises Goddard teaches us just how to do that.
The word "Qabalah" originally meant an oral tradition, and the voice of this book is that of a teacher talking with a group of students, without elitism, obscurity, or willful secrecy.
www.anathemabooks.com /qbl.shtml   (4146 words)

  
 AskWhy! on Essenes and the Qabalah - Christianity Revealed   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Qabalah as it is now known, as an esoteric form of Judaism, is first mentioned in the eleventh century in the work of Solomon Ibn Gebirol where the expression the “wisdom of Qabalah” is mentioned.
Qabalah and Gnosis have common concepts of light, emanations, aeons and letter mysticism, but the truth is that they both had common roots in Essenism, though it is hard to know what is the truth now.
Among the parallels is that between the Metatron of Qabalah and the Melchizadek at Qumran.
www.askwhy.co.uk /christianity/0200Mysticism.html   (6314 words)

  
 Qabalah
English Qabalahs are quite common, and Crowley enjoyed applying the Hebrew alphabet to English and Egyptian words.
In any case, it would be ridiculous to study the Qabalah without having studied the basic principles and history of the Kabbalah.
In short, most students of the Qabalah make the serious error of assuming that the Qabalah is found only in books that have a Tree of Life on the cover, or the word "Kabbalah," or some more blatant reference.
www.magusbooks.com /OGA/qabalah.htm   (4225 words)

  
 Esoteric Order of the Golden Dawn ® - Qabalah and the Golden Dawn - The Kabalah Unveiled
The literal Qabalah is referred to in several places, and therefore a knowledge of its leading principles is necessary.
The term "path" is used throughout the Qabalah to signify a hieroglyphical idea, or rather the sphere of ideas, which may be attached to any glyph or symbol.
But according to the Qabalah, before the complete form of the heavenly man (the ten Sephiroth) was produced, there were certain primordial worlds created, but these could not subsist, as the equilibrium of balance was not yet perfect, and they were convulsed by the unbalanced forces and destroyed.
esotericgoldendawn.com /mysteries_qbl_kabalahunveiled.htm   (9336 words)

  
 Isis Books & Gifts - Free Wiccan Pagan Article Lesson 3: History And Differences Between Orthodox Hebrew Qabalah And ...
That being said, we use the name Qabalah which is obviously Hebrew, and a large proportionate amount of what we are dealing with here had its beginnings in the Hebrew Qabalah, the oral tradition of mysticism practiced by the ancient Hebrews.
Qabalah is a part of this tradition and is used in a very specific way.
Hebrew Qabalah of today tries not to vary from its beginnings in Judaism's mystical traditions and is still taught orally, although utilizing various texts as well, only to men over 30 years of age.
www.isisbooks.com /qablhist.asp   (824 words)

  
 Christian Pursuit - Essay On Qabalah
I think that spiritual matters as they relate to the Qabalah and especially angels receive part of their popularity because they contain a lot of elements shared by mainstream Christianity and Judaism.
In response to your question, I have only studied the Qabalah indirectly as a result of studying the stories and legends of Jewish mystics such as the Ari, Baal Shem Tov, Rebbe Nachman, and others.
However, one thing I cannot dispute is that the legendary people who studied and explained the Qabalah (such as the mystics I named above) were, in my opinion (assuming the stories of their lives are true), that these people were probably among the holiest and most moral men who ever lived.
www.sandalphon.com /qabalah.html   (990 words)

  
 The Chicken Qabalah of Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford Review
While a sense of humor and the Qabalah at first glance do not seem destined to be in the same room, I found this presentation heartwarming, palatible, tremendously funny (picture me in my living room, with only my cat as company, laughing so hard that I have tears running down my cheeks)...
The reason that you cannot read this book straight through is not that the material is so difficult, it is that you have to take time outs to wipe your eyes and blow your nose.
Without even realizing it, in the ensuing chapters we are led through the formation of the Sepher Yetzirah, the Hebrew alphabet (not a small study in itself), the Four Qabalistic Worlds and the Four Parts of the Soul, the Tree of Life...
www.aeclectic.net /tarot/books/chicken-qabalah   (824 words)

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