Caballah, Qabalah, Qabbalah

Kabbalah: Mystical Jewish teachings intermingled with teachings of gnosticism, Neoplatonism, magic and the occult. The word Kabbalah means secret oral tradition and was coined by an eleventh century Spanish philosopher, Ibn Gabirol. The philosophy developed in Babylon during the middle ages from earlier Hebrew speculation and numerology. An early Kabbalist, Moses de Leon, developed and systematized the philosophy in his thirteenth century work, The Book of Zolar (sometimes spelled Zohar meaning “Splendor”).
Watchman Fellowship's 2001 Index of Cults and Religions

Note: Kabbalism is not a Fundamentalist form of Judaism but rather an attempt to mesh the occult with Christianity.

The Talmud Exposed
Heresies of Kabbalah
Kabbalah is Jewish?

Also, please do investigate true Judaism at the weblinks below:

If you do need assistance in escaping Kabbalism, please do not hesitate to contact either Ariel or Zola at the weblinks above for the assistance needed.

In the meantime, YahShua ben Nazaret is HaMashiach (Jesus of Nazareth is the Precious/Annointed One).

Jeremy Brown 2004

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