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Qabalah, Kabbalah, Cabala: A system of philosophy, mysticism and magick which has grown out of and beyond its Jewish origins to become an independent system of universal relevance. The three variant spellings all refer to essentially the same thing, but it is a matter of convention to use Kabbalah for the Jewish tradition, Cabala for the Christian tradition, and Qabalah for the hermetic / non-denominational tradition. You can use this site to learn more or visit this article about what is kabbalah? by Qabalah Meditation on hubpages.

About Qabalah
an introduction to the history, philosophy and practices of qabalah

The Qabalah is a collection of esoteric teachings which includes a system of philosophy, mysticism and magick.

The origins of Qabalah lie in early Jewish mysticism, but from those beginnings the study of Qabalah has grown and branched out, first into a Christian Qabalah, then further so that today most people who study and practice Qabalah do so outside of any particular religious affiliations, treating it as an independent system in itself. Within Jewish legend there are two distinct stories of the origins of Qabalah; the first states that it was received by moses on mount sinai, but whereas the commandments were for everybody the esoteric teachings of the Qabalah were passed on to a select few as a secret inner teaching. The second states that these teachings have always been with man, having been given to Adam by an Archangel at the time of his expulsion from the garden of Eden, out of pity for his plight and a desire to help.

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Kabbalah Jewelry

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Within Judaism the Torah and other 'exoteric' teachings were often considered to be the body of Jewish teaching, and the Qabalah, at the hieght of its practice, was considered to be the soul. In many ways Qabalistic teachings can be thought of as the distilled essence of spiritual teachings, without the cultural baggage and rigid dogmas that go along with religious teachings. It is because of this that the Qabalah has been so successful at moving out of the confines of the Jewish faith to provide inspiration, guidance anbd empowerment to people of all different backgrounds and beleifs.
The modern study of Qabalah has become intimately entwinned with the concept of the 'Perrenial Philosophy'; the idea that there is a unifying thread of truth behind all of the worlds main religious and spiritual teachings. Qabalistic princples and teaxts can be used to understand and draw upon the teachings of a wide range of very different spiritual traditions by stripping away everything but the perfect 'essence' or soul of the teaching.
The entirety of Qabbalistic wisdom is contained within and expressed by a single diagrammatical representation and system of clssification called the Tree of Life; it has 10 sphere, or sephiroth, and 22 paths connecting them. The 10 Spheres can be thought of as describing objective existence whereas the 22 paths describe the subjective experience of being human. This system of classification lends itself well to use as a tool for the objective study of comparative religion and spiritual studies; it also led the infamous occultist Aleister Crowley to describe the Tree of Life as a 'spiritual filling cabinet'.
This website has been set up as an educational and referrence resource for anyone with an interest in Qabalah and / or related subjects such as meditation or ritual magick.

This site aims to be of use to both beginners with no previous knowledge of Qabalah and experienced / advanced practitioners alike.

We approach the study of qabalah from a philosophical perspective, as a complete system in itself, independent of its Jewish roots.

If you are new to Qabalah I would suggest you begin with the page About Qabalah

In the The Tree of Life section you will find a page dedicated to each of the spheres. On this page you will find text, tables of correspondences, meditations, rituals, essays and so on pertaining to the nature of that sphere.

The Qabalistic Concepts section takes a more in depth look at the philosophy and concepts of Qabalah

The Sword and Serpent introduces the two main paths of practical Qabalah, those of mysticism and magcik and contains descriptions of the fundamental practices and techniques.

The Qabalah Books page contains a selection of the best Qabalistic texts with reviews from the webmaster and links to the product pages for each book on Amazon (USA + UK)

We are currently adding mp3 voice recordings to the new Guided Meditations section. These include guided meditations on qabalah and also more general meditations

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Path Working
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Tree of Life
Twenty Two Paths
The Path of Aleph
The Path of Beth
The Path of Gimel
The Path of Daleth
The Path of Heh
The Path of Vav
The Path of Zain
The Path of Cheth
The Path of Teth
The Path of Yod
The Path of Kaph
The Path of Lamed
The Path of Mem
The Path of Nun
The Path of Samekh
The Path of Ayin
The Path of Peh
The Path of Tzaddi
The Path of Qoph
The Path of Resh
The Path of Shin
The Path of Tau
Tree of Life
Ain, Ain Soph, Ain Soph Aur
Kether - full text
Chokmah - Full text
Binah - Full text
Chesed - Full text
Geburah - Full text
Tipareth - Full Text
Netzache - Full Text
Using the Tables of Correspondences
Qabalah as a neoplatonic philosophy
Four Worlds of Qabalah
Four Worlds in Islam
Three Pillars on the Tree of Life
The Middle Pillar
The Qabalistic Cross

Qabalah Books
Philosophy and Science
Chi + Martial Arts + Zen
Tarot Books and Cards
Numerology & Gematria books
Alchemical and Hermetic Books
Golden Dawn Books

Guided Meditations
Guided Meditations
Manifesting the Tree of Life
Meditations on Death
Practical Qabalah
Practical Qabalah
Sword Portal
Invocation of Thoth
Introduction to Ritual
Classification of Magick
Categories of Causation
The Qabalistic Cross
The Middle Pillar
Establishing The Tree
The Fountain Breath
Serpent Portal
An Introduction to Meditation
goal of qabalistic transformation