2 Kabbalah or QabbalahKabbalah comes from the Hebrew word QBLH (there are no vowels in the language), which is derived from the root QBL, meaning “to receive,” but with the nuance “to correspond” in a manner that is “face to face”—as Moses received from God, and communicated with God face to face, such that his face “shone” from the experience. (Exodus 34:29)
3 Origin of KabbalahLegend holds that Kabbalah was first taught by God to a select group of angels.Then, after the fall of the angels, Kabbalah was taught to humans—many of whom were fallen angels.The wisdom was then passed down via Adam, Enoch, Moses, Jacob, Joseph, Elijah, Ezekiel, and Daniel.It traveled from Eden to Egypt, the ancient land of mysteries. Here the knowledge spread beyond the initial group to many others, including non-Jews, who made it their own, adding their perspectives and experiences to the wisdom. This may have been the origin of Hermeticism, Gnosticism, and Neo-Platonism.
8 Edgar Cayce 987-4Each soul seeks expression. And as it moves through the mental associations and attributes in the surrounding environs, it gives out that which becomes either for selfish reactions of its own ego or for the I am to be at-one with the Great I AM THAT I AM.
9 Edgar Cayce“When you say Creative Force, God, Jehovah, Yahweh, Abba, what do you mean? In the various phases of your own consciousness—or of those who in their activities seek, as you (if you seek aright)— seek to be one with Him yet to know self to be self, I am, in and with the GREAT I AM.”
10 Origins — Genesis & Cayce Q: Would the history of the Jewish race from Abraham to Jesus parallel the development of the embryo from conception to birth?A: Rather would the history of man from Noah to Abraham; while that from Abraham to Christ would be the mental unfoldment of the body. For, that which leads to the Christ (christos, mashiach, logos) is the mind. And the mind’s unfoldment may be that indicated from Abraham to the Christ. –EC“death of the son of man as a man”
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