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Monday, March 10, 2014

Kabbalistic Wisdom, Religion, spirituality in Abuja

Kabbalistic Wisdom, Religion, spirituality in Abuja



WHAT IS QABALAH OR KABALA ?
Qabalah or Kabala is the foundation of ancient Jewish or
western esoteric tradition. The system was so strong, sacred and holy that it
was regarded by the Jewish as a serious transgression to commit it to writing.
Thus the teaching was handed down from generation to generation orally. In the
old Hebrew, the word Qablah means from mouth to ear.  It was only of recent that scholars started
to translate and put the teaching to writing. Read  The Essential Kabbalah: The Heart of Jewish Mysticism 



The Way: Using the Wisdom of Kabbalah for Spiritual Transformation and Fulfillment  is a set of esoteric teachings meant to explain the relationship between an unchanging, eternal and mysterious Ein Sof (no end) and the mortal and finite universe (his creation). While it is heavily used by some denominations, it is not a religious denomination in itself. Inside Judaism, it forms the foundations of mystical religious interpretation. Outside Judaism, its scriptures are read outside the traditional canons of organised religion. Click here for Kabbalah: Key To Your Inner Power (Mystical Paths of the World's Religions)  






The Qabalistic system is magical and occult..occultism
points the way to the Christ when faith alone cannot find him. All Qabalist are
called magicians and they are all Jewish Prophets such as Abraham, Moses,
Isaac, Elijah, David, Solomon and more are all Qabalist and Magicians. The word MAGIC was derived from the Persian word  “Mag”,
meaning a ”Priest” for the Persian Priests are wonder workers. Webster
dictionary defined Magic as “The hidden wisdom and power  possessed by the “Mag” or “Magi” meaning a
wise man.




  Mystical Qabalah
Jewish traditional occultism was first taught by
God to selected company of Angels who form a theosophical school in paradise
and taught this heavenly  doctrine  to selected initiate on earth , the
protoplasts with the means of returning to their pristine nobility and
felicity. From Adams it passes over to Noah, and then to Abraham, the friend of
God , who emigrated to Egypt, were the patriarch allowed portion of the Mysteries
to ooze out. Egyptians obtained some knowledge of the mysterious  doctrine. Other Eastern  nations introduced it into their
philosophical and religious systems, Moses also initiated the seventy elders
into the secrets of this doctrine and were transmitted from mouth to ear.

Of all who formed the unbroken chain of tradition, David and  Solomon
 were deeply initiated into
Qabalah  Mysteries,  hence Ancient occultism was the Royal or Sacerdotal
Arts. Qabalah system was so strong, sacred and holy that it was regarded by the
Jewish as a serious transgression to commit it to writing. Thus the teaching was
handed down from generation to generation orally. 




It was only of recent that Schimeon Ben Jochai, who lived at
the time of the destruction of the second temple, after his death, his son,
Rabbi Eleasar collated Rabbi Schimeon Ben Jochai’s  treatises,  and out of these composed the celebrated works
called ZHR,
Zohar: The Book of Splendor: Basic Readings from the Kabbalah
which are grand store-house of Kabala Magic or
Mystical Kabala and  scholars started to
translate and put the teaching to writing. Learn more here 
The Essential Zohar: The Source of Kabbalistic Wisdom








Sunday, March 9, 2014

Wisdom of Ifá, Religion, spirituality in Abuja

Wisdom of Ifá, Religion, spirituality in Abuja



God - Olodumare or Olorun as the supreme, self-existing deity. He is supreme over all on earth and in heaven, acknowledged by all the divinities as the Head to whom all authority belongs and all allegiance is due. . . His status of supremacy is absolute. Learn more here  http://www.ifa.gnbo.com.ng


Saturday, March 8, 2014

Kabbalistic Wisdom, Religion, spirituality in Abuja

Kabbalistic Wisdom, Religion, spirituality in Abuja





Quabalah or Kabala is the foundation of ancient Jewish or western esoteric tradition. The system was so strong, sacred and holy that it was regarded by the Jewish as a serious transgression to commit it to writing. Thus the teaching was handed down from generation to generation orally. Learn more here http://www.olayinkaoyelamisynagogue.gnbo.com.ng