Kabbalism, The Revealing Science of God



Do the traditional teachings about the Bible sound confusing and contradictory?

Do you have a deep, inescapable feeling that the truth is "out there"?


If the answer to these questions is "yes", you aren't alone. Traditional Bible teachings are confusing and contradictory. As a possible seeker of scriptural "truth" who wants to know how to understand the Bible, you might be interested in looking into Kabbalah and Kabbalism. It is an ancient, constantly evolving approach to a profound theosophical understanding of God and God's intent for this creation, which also provides agreement between scripture and our continually evolving understanding of the world around us. One no longer needs to become fluent in Hebrew or Aramaic to read and understand the teachings of Kabbalah. Historical attempts to bring Kabbalism to Christians occurred when such work was viciously condemned as heresy, often with terrible consequences. The Christian world wasn’t ready for it. We now live in an age when this alternative theosophical path is possible, free of harsh condemnation. The time for Christians to embrace Kabbalism has come. (For site topics, click "sitemap" button, below)

 

references -

1. Manhar, Nurho; The Sepher Ha-Zohar (Book of Light); Edited by H.W. Percival; Theosophical Publishing Company, New York; 1914. http://www.sacred-texts.com/jud/zdm/zdm000.htm

2. Wescott, W.W.; Sepher Yetzirah (Book of Creation); 1887. http://www.sacred-texts.com/jud/yetzirah.htm

 

4. Von Rosenroth, Knorr; The Book of Concealed Mystery , from Kabbala Denudata; trans. By Mathers, S.L. Macgregor; Theosophical Publishing Co., New York; 1912. http://www.sacred-texts.com/jud/sy/sy00.htm

 

3. Kalish, Isidor, Phd.; Sepher Yezirah; L.H. Frank and Co., New York; 1877. http://www.sacred-texts.com/jud/sy/sy00.htm