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What is so special about the Kabbalah? What are the main beliefs of Kabbalah? Kabbalah= jewish mysticism ( sorta) Kabbalah is a form of Jewish mysticism. Taking into consideration that Judaism is a religion that worships the One God, then yes, people who practice Kabbalah believe in God. What does the Bible say about Kabbalah? Kabbalah is an attempt on the part of some Jewish men and women, to seek the God of Israel through mystical and Gnostic means. For many centuries it was well outside normative Judaism, although today it has permeated into Orthodox Judaism and also claims many ‘ secular’ Jewish ( and Gentile) adherents. Kabbalah is a counterfeit of Satan. Kabbalah, like all false doctrine and religions, denies the deity of Christ and the necessity of faith in Him as the only means of salvation ( John 14: 6). Jesus is God in the flesh, and He came to die for the sins of all who would believe in Him. An Introduction to the Kabbalah Kabbalah can be translated from the Hebrew as " received tradition", and is a term applied to a vast and seemingly disparate body of esoteric knowledge and practice. It is used to describe Jewish mysticism in general, or more specifically the tradition which found its impetus in the Sefer ha- Zohar. Authentic Biblical Kabbalah is not a set of interpretations of the Biblical texts, however mystical, as later Kabbalah has come to be known.

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    It is similar to examining our lives from two very different perspectives. From the historical perspec- tive, our past is a sequence of events that happened to us or to our ancestors, while from the Kabbalistic perspec-. Central Beliefs In Kabbalah God' s Nature. In tandem with this line of thinking is the idea that since God is the creator of both spirit and matter, He cannot be either of these things. The second aspect of God can be accessed by human thought, at least in part. The singular of the word Sephirot is Sephira.











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