While accepting the cabbala it was impossible for Pico to reject magic.
Cabb′alism, the science of the cabbala; Cabb′alist, one versed in the cabbala.
His own models were the oriental reveries of the cabbala, and the theosophy of the mystics.
Cabbalist′ic, -al, relating to the cabbala: having a hidden meaning.
In like manner, it was only the initiated Jews of their cabbala, who knew the secret of the same mythos.
Sephiroth, sef′i-roth, n. in the cabbala, the first ten numerals identified with Scripture names of God.
1520s, from Medieval Latin cabbala, from Mishnaic Hebrew qabbalah "reception, received lore, tradition," especially "tradition of mystical interpretation of the Old Testament," from qibbel "to receive, admit, accept." Cf. Arabic qabala "he received, accepted."