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kabbalah

Paranormal
A system of eclectic mysticism and healing based on ancient Jewish tradition involving angelology, demonology, meditation, prayers and ritual.
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The detection of 2 different sublineages at the livestock market in Kabala shows how markets can serve as mixing vessels, and also gives evidence of at least 2 separate introductions of PPRV into the country, underlining the transboundary nature of the disease, particularly in regions with uncontrolled livestock movements.
Laitman's intention is to present the spiritual ideas of the Kabala as a science, without a religious connotation.
"Kabala had some disagreements with Zamalek during the past weeks and tried to rescind his contract.
Jackson returns to the subject of decay and the disconnect between the people and their leaders in Chapter 4, "In Kabala." The dusty lanes and derelict houses of Kabala, including the one he occupied in the early 1970s, were symptomatic of the general socio-economic decline that fueled the civil war.
He explores the divine force within him with the help of occult knowledge locked up in texts like the Bible or the Kabala, and by deciphering the expressions of "Providence" in the universe's natural laws.
'Never again, far too political for a musical event and too much kabala theme.
There is a phrase that comes out of the mystic tradition in Judaism, the Kabala, called tikkun olam.
These units are located in more than 30 forward operating bases (FOB) in Baghdad, Babylon, Kabala, Ad Diwaniyah, Al Kut, Ar Rustimiyah and Al Hillah.
The story I love most that I forgot to tell you is about Kabala--is it Kabala? You don't need me to tell you why Kabala is important.
``Further north, elements of the United States Army's Fifth Corps have now passed through Kabala and are moving towards Baghdad.