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Hermetic Qabalah

Hermetic Qabalah
Teachings[edit] Conception of Divinity[edit] A primary concern of Hermetic Qabalah is the nature of divinity, its conception of which is quite markedly different from that presented in monotheistic religions; in particular there is not the strict separation between divinity and humankind which is seen in monotheisms.[2] Hermetic Qabalah holds to the neoplatonic conception that the manifest universe, of which material creation is a part, arose as a series of emanations from the godhead.[3] The Sephiroth in Hermetic Qabalah[edit] From Ain Suph Aur crystallises Kether, the first sephirah of the Hermetic Qabalistic tree of life. From Kether emanate the rest of the sephirot in turn, viz. Each sephirah is a nexus of divine energy and each has a number of attributions. Tarot and the Tree of Life[edit] Hermetic Qabalists see the cards of the tarot as keys to the Tree of Life. Relation to Western Magic, Alchemy and Astrology[edit] History[edit] Hermetic views of Qabalah origins[edit] See also[edit]

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