Definition of Kabalism
1. cabalism [n -S] - See also: cabalism
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Literary usage of Kabalism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Doctrine and Literature of the Kabalah by Arthur Edward Waite (1902)
"MINOR LITERATURE OF kabalism We have now completed our study of all Kabalistic writings to which any currency has been given in connection with the claims ..."
2. The Library World (1904)
"Some Christian Students of the K Lully. Mirandola, Agrippa, Pan Fludd, More, Vaughan, St. Martin Y etc., etc. IV. The Written Word of kabalism. ..."
3. Occultism Simplified: Or, The Mystic Thesaurus. Hidden Meaning of the Symbol by Willis F. Whitehead (1899)
"The Power of Numbers, Geometrical Relations of Thought, Numerology, Various Methods of kabalism, Number, Form, Colour, Sound, Names, Numbers and Incidents, ..."
4. The Jews of Iowa: A Complete History and Accurate Account of Their Religious by Simon Glazer (1904)
"John Reuchlin, a liberal thinker and lover o,f kabalism which Jewish Rabbis had taught him, compiled a pamphlet in defense of the Talmud which gained a very ..."
5. On the Trail of the Immigrant by Edward Alfred Steiner (1906)
"It is steeped in traditionalism, overburdened by ritualistic laws, loaded by the fetters of Rabbinism, held under the spell of kabalism and Wonder Rabbis, ..."
6. The History of Christianity: From the Birth of Christ to the Abolition of by Henry Hart Milman (1840)
"... and by the stronger infusion of the different elements of Platonism, kabalism, or that which, in its stricter sense, may be called Orientalism. ..."