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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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In Christian cabbalism
also the number 72 retains its significance.
never transcends such a disconnected theological approach, Unger believes Goldberg shows how ancient Hebrew ritual is a symptom of ancient Hebrew universalism, the concrete method by which to achieve "die Ausdehnung moglicher Steigerung auf das Ganze der biologischen Wirklichkeit" (136, Unger's italics).
The idea of poem as teacher sets The Tablets in a number of fertile traditions, including koan practice, Talmudic exegesis, Christian scriptural study, Cabbalism
, and study of the Quran.