Norma Hanson (second from right) a VAD worker from Almondbury, on HMS Cabbala
with Sick Berth staff in 1943
Volviendo a las ideas Thoene sobre las Sonatas y Partitas, en ellas se encuentran significados extramusicales si se aplica la concordancia descrita por Johannes Henningius en "De Cabbala
Paragrammatica" y publicada en Leipzig en 1683, entre las secuencias alfabetica y numerica.
The authors consider Cavendish's concepts of God and Nature, her use of a variety of genres to explore issues of faith and science, and her examination of a variety of spiritual traditions including Christianity, natural magic, Judaism, and the Jewish Cabbala
From February to July that year, she was in the Woolwich class and trained at the coding school HMS Cabbala
, a shore base near Warrington for wireless telegraph operators.
Esoteric Judaism, particularly the Cabbala
, fueled the Hermetic revival of Marsilio Ficino (1433-99) and Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463-94), founders of the Platonic Academy in Florence and whose translation of the Hermetica (a Gnostic text emphasizing experiential knowledge of God and laying down the basic principles for the operation of magic) Giordano Bruno had studied in depth.
Though he knew the correspondences the Golden Dawn developed between the 22 Tarot trumps--the "fifth" suit added to the regular playing deck to create the Tarot gaming deck in the fifteenth century and later imbued with esoteric significance--and the paths on the Cabbalistic Tree of Life, Waite did not include any overt references to Cabbala
in his first deck.
as well as on occultism and any kind of hermetic gnosis; this passion for magical knowledge is in no way accidental; and it is with as much seriousness as credulity that Andre Breton states that the only incentive of surrealist activity is a hope to determine, and reach the point supreme in which yes and no are fused together, and from which for the Cabbala
, the entire world is engendered .
As he writes in one of his books, Cabbala
of Power, "The Jewish 'plan' is no secret; there is no need to re-read The Protocols or to ask Jews what they want.
The book concludes with an impressive summary of its accomplishment in discovering a symbolic world marked by a combination of elements of Anabaptism with the Jewish (and Christian) Cabbala