Kabballah

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From Hebrew קַבָּלָה(kabalá, Jewish mysticism, literally something received). It refers to the notion that Kabballah is a set of mystical doctrines received in antiquity and passed on in small circles.

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Kabballah

  1. (Judaism) A body of mystical Jewish teachings based on an esoteric reading of the Hebrew scriptures.

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