|belief in intuitive spiritual revelation, confused and vague ideas, mystical spiritualism, spiritual system||mysticism|
|cabala, mystical interpretation of the Scriptures developed by rabbis (most popular in the 12th and 13th centuries)||cabbala|
|cabbala, cult or secret doctrine; mystical interpretation of the Scriptures which was developed by rabbis (most popular in the 12th and 13th centuries), kabala, kabbala, kabbalah, mystical Jewish teachings, set of mystical beliefs||cabala|
|calmness, Christian mysticism, Molinism, mystical sect founded in Spain during the 17th century (promotes suppression of the individual will and meditation on God)||quietism|
|doctrines of the cabala (mystical interpretation of the Scriptures developed by rabbis, most popular in the 12th and 13th centuries)||cabalism|
|dreamer, full of foresight, given to dreaminess, having visions, imaginary, incapable of being realized, relating to mystical visions, seer, one who sees visions; dreamer, one who envisions new concepts, somebody who has visions, somebody with much for...||visionary|
|ecstasy, bliss, extreme joy; state of being carried away with emotion; belief that at the end of the age both living and dead Christians will be caught up to heaven to be with God (Christianity), mystical transportation, overwhelming happiness, state o...||rapture|
|follower of mysticism, mysterious, having an unknown meaning; pertaining to religious mysteries, occult; inspiring a sense of mystery, supernatural, magical; of mystics, mystical, student of mysticism, one who believes in the gaining of spiritual insig...||mystic|
|gem having an engraving of a mystical word and a human-animal figure||abraxas|
|Hebrew first name; (Judaism) book of the Zohar, Kabbala (mystical religious writing), Jewish mystical text commenting on the Torah||Zohar|
|in a mystical way; supernaturally; according to mysticism; mysteriously; magically||mystically|
|instructor of initiates, one who guides other in religious rites before an initiation ceremony, somebody spreading mystical doctrines||mystagogue|
|Jewish mystical doctrine, collection of Jewish teachings (includes the Zohar, the Sepher Yetzira and the Sepher HaBahir)||Kabbalah|
|magical, not conforming to known natural forces or laws, beyond what is natural or normal; magical, mystical; of or pertaining to God, not of natural world, relating to a deity, something supernatural, phenomena which does not conform to known natural ...||supernatural|
|member of a mystical Jewish sect founded in 18th-century Poland by Baal Shem-Tov||hasid|
|member of a mystical organization, secret order founded by Christian Rosenkreuz dating from the 15th or 17th century (associated with the symbol of the Rose Cross)||Rosicrucian|
|member of Jewish mystical movement||Hasid|
|member of the mystical Islamic movement of Sufism, Muslim mystic, of or pertaining to the mystical Islamic movement of Sufism; of or pertaining to the Sufis||Sufi|
|mystical interpretation of the Scriptures developed by rabbis (most popular in the 12th and 13th centuries)||Kabala|
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