Talisman and Masters of The Name (Jewish Magic)

Talisman and Masters of The Name (Jewish Magic)
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To help us understand clearly whether the Hebrew Roots Movement and Kabbalah are promoting magic, sorcery, witchcraft, etc., we will consider what those practices involve without going into excessive detail.

As stated previously, according to S. L. McGregor Mathers in the “Introduction to the Kabbalah Unveiled”:

“The Qabalah is usually classed under four headings:

(a) The practical Qabalah. (b) The literal Qabalah. (c) The unwritten Qabalah. (d) The dogmatic Qabalah.

“The practical Qabalah deals with talismanic and ceremonial magic…” 1.

Nesta Webster cites 17th century Cabalist and English Rosicrucian, Robert Fludd, who defined the various forms of magic.