English: Kabbalah (Hebrew קַבָּלָה "tradition/reception", Standard Hebrew Qabbala, Tiberian Hebrew Qabbālāh; also written variously as Cabala, Cabalah, Cabbala, Cabbalah, Kabala, Kabalah, Kabbala, Qabala, Qabalah, Kaballah) is an interpretation (exegesis, hermeneutic) key, "soul" of the Torah (Hebrew Bible), or the religious mystical system in Judaism claiming an insight into divine nature. It also led to separate non-Jewish syncretic traditions of esotericism: religious Christian Cabala (often spelled "Cabala" in English, to distinguish it) and occult Hermetic Qabalah (usually spelled "Qabalah" in English, to distinguish it).

Deutsch: Kabbala
Italiano: Cabala

Main collection: Category:Kabbalah

Early Jewish mysticism in AntiquityEdit

Category:Early Jewish mysticism

Kabbalistic theosophy-doctrine in JudaismEdit

See also Kabbalah Tree of life

Meditative-ecstatic Kabbalah in JudaismEdit

Category:Meditative Kabbalah

Practical-magical Kabbalah in JudaismEdit

Category:Practical Kabbalah

Jewish Kabbalah textsEdit

Category:Kabbalistic texts

Jewish KabbalistsEdit


Jewish Kabbalah locationsEdit

Category:Kabbalistic synagogues and Category:Tombs and graves of Kabbalists

Sabbatean Jewish mystical heresyEdit


Hasidic Jewish popularisation of KabbalahEdit


Jewish customs from KabbalahEdit

See also Category:Jewish law and rituals

Jewish Kabbalistic messianismEdit

Category:Jewish messianism

Academics of Jewish mysticismEdit

Category:Academics and researchers of Jewish mysticism

Modern teachers of Jewish mysticismEdit


Christian CabalaEdit


Christian CabalistsEdit


Occult Hermetic QabalahEdit


The Tree of Life in Occult QabalismEdit

Category:Tree of life (Kabbalah)

Occult Hermetic QabalistsEdit

Category:Cabalists. See also Category:Occultists and Category:Esotericism

Modern teachers of non-Jewish QabalahEdit

Category:Cabalists. See also Category:Occultists and Category:Esotericism

Kabbalah in popular cultureEdit

See also Category:Jewish mythology

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