Definition of Kabalists
1. kabalist [n] - See also: kabalist
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Literary usage of Kabalists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Orpheus by George Robert Stow Mead (1896)
"It will not be out of place to record here the opinions of three learned kabalists on Orpheus. First, then, let us summon Picus ..."
2. The Theosophist by Theosophical Society (Madras, India) (1890)
"A friend said to us one day, " In France there are as many systems as there are kabalists. Here they all pretend to be Christians. ..."
3. Isis Unveiled: A Master Key to the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Science by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1919)
"Moses is cited by the kabalists as authority for the remark, that it required earth and water to make a living being, and thus it may be said that man first ..."
4. The Theosophical Glossary by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, George Robert Stow Mead (1892)
"The Tana'im were the first kabalists among the Jews ; they appeared at ... History catches glimpses of famous kabalists ever since the eleventh century. ..."