can someone give me a brief description, and let me know what is mystical about it?

10 Responses to “What is Kabbalah religion?”

  • Fireball:

    a cult that denies the TRinity.and it wont save anyone….google and then google methodist

  • David T:

    Jewish Mysticism

  • Pokie™:

    mystical judaism. or jewish mysticism like he said above me…

  • daniil the cavejew:

    It’s not a religion, it’s a subfield of Judaism that deals with interpreting the Torah’s hidden meanings.

  • ajeer:

    just google
    kabalah is jewish magic as far as i know.

  • wild-man of Borneo:

    Look in the real world.
    Decode this lyrics ” You’ll see ”
    Sun. moon and stars?
    Where does it fit in as religion?
    Luke 21.30-36
    Luke 24.44-45,47-48
    Revelation 22.13-17
    What do you think?

  • Ezekiel:

    Jewish denomination.
    Jews actually don’t consider Kabbalah as Jews.

  • MOJ:

    Kabbalah is a form of ancient Jewish magic which originated in Jerusalem and was later rediscovered by The Knights of Templar (who found the books under Solomon’s temple). It is a real and very dark and powerful form of magic which mainly involves worshiping of “spirits” similar to hinduism and satanism. It is still practiced today and is called “freemasonry” because of its relation with architecture and design.
    It is practiced mainly by people such as Madonna, Britney Spears, Rihanna, Chris brown, Bush family and even the British Royal family. The higher your status in this world the more powerful spirits you can work with. Status is determined by “degrees”.

    If Monotheistic religions have an “anti-religion”it would be Kabbalah. Why? Because Kabbalah worships the “Dajjal” or anti-Christ as their God which all monotheistic faiths (Islam, Christianity and Judaism) claim as the worst enemy.

  • Elizabeth:

    I will tell you what I know of it, I recently read a book by Rabbi David A. Cooper called “God is a Verb Kabbalah and the practice of mystical judaism.” Kabbalah is a jewish tradition that has been handed down verbally and taught by certain Rabbi. It is for some a jewish tradition and a very spiritual practice. Many people who study Kabbalah will study the old testament and find many different translations, they believe that the bible is a living, breathing book that is full of action and ever changing. Unfortunatly because of the word “mystical” people think that is is like magic and I haven’t found it to be that way so far.

    I think that they believe that God is within us and that we have the power to manifest. I find it similar to christianity and buddhism, they are very non-judgmental people and promote each person to find their own truth, they are faithful and believe that God will bring each of His children to where they need to be. They practice meditation along with jewish religious traditions. They believe in reincarnation and that a soul has to go through different levels of spirituality. They believe in awareness and consciousness. From what I understand they believe that we are coming into a time of what is called “messianic conscousness.” Where mainstream jews believe that there will be an actual physical manifestation of God in the form of a human I believe that mystics believe that is is more of a consciousness or awareness within each of us as to what that messiah represents.

    There is a lot more to it than this…but it is actually very interesting and a lot of it hit home with me, although some of it I still don’t understand. But they say that in order to fully understand it may never happen, that we are basically not capable of understanding everything because there is just so much.

    God is action according to Kabbalah….God is not an idol….it is doing for someone, loving….it is everything good that you produce as a person in your actions.

  • ✡ кαⓨтєє- ι wιll вe lιgнт ✡:

    Kabbalah is Jewish Mysticism, like some others have said.
    It is not paganism, nor is it satanism.

    It doesn’t teach the worshiping of idols in anyway.

    Here is a good link

    Kabbalah is often practiced by very religious Jews, such as Hasidim.

    And no, Kabbalah is not that red-string bull that Madonna practices. That is taking Kabbalah texts and mixing it with some new age stuff, that have nothing to do with Kabbalah or Judaism. It is not Kabbalah. Kabbalah is for G-d-fearing Jews over the age of 45.

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