[ kabˈɑːlə], [ kabˈɑːlə], [ k_a_b_ˈɑː_l_ə]
How to use "Qabbala" in context?
The Hebrew word Qabbala is derived from the ancient Aramaic term qabbala, meaning "double speech." Qabbala is a word used by Jews to describe their mystical teachings and their unique way of understanding the Torah and Jewish tradition.
Qabbala holds that the universe is created out of a combination of the infinite and the finite, the absolute and the relative. The infinite contains all the information necessary for creation, while the finite provides the material world.
Qabbalists study the mystical sounds and letters that make up the Hebrew Bible and use them to access hidden truths about the universe.
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