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    the Kabbala of William Shakespeare

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    The Kabbala of Shakespeare At the age of twelve, my grandmother introduced me to the mysterious world of Shakespeare when she gave me Clark and Wright's The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. Compared to this early interest in the Bard, I was a late bloomer when in the summer of 1991 I began studying the Mystical Kabbala.  The Kabbala is defined in the glossary of the Zohar as "the esoteric teachings of Judaism" (Matt, 304). Authorities differ about whether it was found by Adam, Noah, or

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    Kabbalah Essay

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    Religion is a universal among human groups. In general, religion is defined as a symbolic system dealing with the relationship of human beings to the supernatural, to divine or spirit beings, or to matters that transcend mundane reality. (Womack) Mystical, spiritual, and enlightened are only a few words that describe the belief system Kabbalah. Kabbalah, which means to receive, is founded on the core belief that all humans were placed on this earth to possess complete goodness and fulfillment by

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