a variant spelling of kabbalah
- cabbalism (ˈkæbəˌlɪzəm), noun
- cabbalist, noun
- cabbalistic, adjective
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How to use cabbala in a sentence
Sephiroth, sef′i-roth, n. in the cabbala, the first ten numerals identified with Scripture names of God.
There is a great deal of the Druidical cabbala intermixed in his works, especially about the transmigration of souls.
In the class of traditional theology, or what might be called complemental revelation, we must place the Jewish cabbala.
His own models were the oriental reveries of the cabbala, and the theosophy of the mystics.
While accepting the cabbala it was impossible for Pico to reject magic.Renaissance in Italy, Volume 2 (of 7) | John Addington Symonds