• It is generally available in most bookstores and often they also sell commentaries and explanations as well. I also seem to recall it being in the public library as well.

    Of course you could try amazon.

  • Start by seeking a copy of Sefer Yetzirah (Book of Formation) and Sefer Zohar (Book of Light). These can both be found in English translations online or in bound form on any popular book sales place.



    Kaballah, Kabbalah, Qabalah, etc… it’s all transliteration of the Hebrew word meaning that which was transmitted and received.

    However, asker, Dumplin does have a small, accidental point. Qabalah is the spelling traditionally associated with pagan respins of it, such as those studied by Alister Crowley. Typically, you will see ‘Kabbalah’ used in the Jewish context.

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