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Kabbalah Deck

The Kabbalah Deck uses cards to explore the Jewish mystical tradition of Kabbalah. It has a total of 35 cards: 22 representing the Hebrew alphabet, 10 for the Sephiroth of the Tree of Life, and 2 extra cards with the symbol of the Hamseh.

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Created by Edward Hoffman
Oracle Deck - 35 Cards - Chronicle Books

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Kabbalah Deck review by Bonnie Cehovet

This is one of the most gracious decks that I have ever seen. Very understated, it serves its purpose well. The companion book is well written, and speaks with a very humble voice. For over twenty years Edward Hoffman has written on the subject of Judaism, in such books as "The Way of Splendor", "The Heavenly Ladder", and "opening the Inner Gates". He has written on the Kabbalah in connection with meditation, self-examination, and dreamwork, with a focus on actualizing inner potential.

The "Kabbalah Deck" is a working synopsis of the Jewish wisdom tradition of Kabbalah. It was written with two purposes in mind: contemplation and sacred study, and divination. It allows the student to thoroughly explore this mystical system, and to put it to work in daily life in a way that allows ...
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Theme: Qabalah

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Name: Kabbalah Deck
Creators: Edward Hoffman
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Deck Type: Oracle Deck
Cards: 35

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