He remembered, moreover, that he was in the house of a Jew, a people who, besides the other unamiable qualities which popular report ascribed to them, were supposed to be profound necromancers and cabalists
This thesis would be given the glowing imprimatur of Frances Yates in her classic Occult Philosophy in the Elizabethan Age: "surely the influence of the Friar of Venice lies behind this scene, the influence of the famous Christian Cabalist
28) In his The Coming Community (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993) Agamben mentions a parable about the Kingdom of the Messiah as told by Walter Benjamin, who has heard it from Gershom Sholem: "A rabbi, a real cabalist
, once said that in order to establish the reign of peace it is not necessary to destroy everything nor to begin a completely new world.
Anyway, the punch-line is that the listserv that has arisen in Journolist's wake is called Cabalist
Luria was a Cabalist
who believed that life's secrets lay in numbers.
6 As a Good Cabalist
Jew, David Hartley Conditions Christians to Welcome Martyrdom for the Sake of the Jews
The headline read: "Romanian Professor Founds Cult Across the Border at Tecate: Essene School of Life Springs from Brain of Visiting Cabalist
Alexander Hamilton the cabalist
& duel-fighter looks sorrier than
Thomas fully emerged as a metaphysical poet with the publication of the enigmatically entitled H'm, he did so partly in the guise of a latter-day Gnostic or Rabbinical Cabalist
, turning away from orthodoxy to engage with the riddle of a universe whose nature was, he realised, grotesquely incompatible with the neat platitudes of conventional religious belief.
6 Swietlicki afirma que el misticismo "is the ground on which the Christian and Cabalist
can meet" (99), aunque no son las unicas creencias que comparten caracteristicas casi identicas de una tradicion mistica.
The great 17th Century cabalist
Rav Chaim Vital once wrote: "Yishmael .
1037, 1045 (1993) (stating that "[c]ommentators have tended to approach Klein as a cabalist