roots offer authors a mystical element to utilize in their writings.
As if by some hidden kabbalistic
instrument, these fragments of light were being scattered to unknown corners of the cosmosafter all, most of the buyers, and all of the sellers, weren't even in the room.
In Jewish folklore, a golem is a powerful but erratic humanoid formed from earth and brought to life through Kabbalistic
magic; while the golem is often created with good intentions, or even to save the Jews, ultimately it runs amok and must be destroyed.
It is believed that Rabbi Isaac Luria, who is known for revolutionizing the study of Jewish mysticism through Kabbalah, connected the various items of the seder to the 10 kabbalistic
sefirot (mystical dimensions which described the divine attributes of God) and so the seder plate became a sacred symbol of God.
must be phenomenologically contrasted with kabbalistic
The study will focus especially on the Christian Kabbalistic
reading of the Tetragrammaton, the Pentagrammaton, and the Trigrammaton, i.
He takes an almost kabbalistic
approach to the idea of God.
Kiefer's artistic perspective is informed in turn by great literary works, myths, tales, legends, and particularly the world of Kabbalistic
Many of them, reinforced by the syntagmatic context in which they appear, stem in obvious ways from an idea of collective memory, for example, the labyrinth as symbol of infinity and chaos, the library as symbol of the universe, the mirror as that which multiplies and reveals the universe, the fire as demiurge, and the aleph, the Kabbalistic
symbol which is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet and spiritual root of all the other letters, as including in its essence all of the alphabet and thus all the other elements of human discourse.
Gen 1:26; 5:1-3; 9:6-7) as revealing the more-than-human world of nature, he shines by interpolating Gaian consciousness within obtuse kabbalistic
concepts, such as "Primordial Adam" (Adam Qadmon) returning to the moment of creation continually unfolding.
Mirror of Genesis: Commentary on the First Three Chapters provides an analysis that takes each line of Genesis 1-3 and uses esoteric methods derived from the oral teachings of the kabbalah to find meanings different from traditional interpretations of the work.
The picture, by legendary photographer Steve Schapiro, sees Bowie drawing the Kabbalistic
tree of life in chalk.