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A system of eclectic mysticism and healing based on ancient Jewish tradition involving angelology, demonology, meditation, prayers and ritual.
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Finally, the 'Cosmic Tree of Life,' or the Qabbalah
(Kabbalah), which evolved out of the mysticism of the Jewish faith, is a archetypal representation of the messages of God in order for the practitioner to achieve wholeness.
Aubier also believes that the word caballeria in Don Quixote is a veiled reference to Qabbalah
. In her view Don Quixote is essentially an allegorical commentary on the Zohar, which in turn was a commentary on the Talmud, which was itself a commentary on the Bible (174).