so little time, so much to unlearn


I read a few Kabbalah books where the terms were defined and wondered where the meanings came from. This led to a study of the Hebrew words themselves and where they appear in the Bible and how they are used there.

An amazing aha moment happened when I started thinking of the Kabbalah Wheel. My studies of Buddhist thought came to mind and I started to see a pattern form where the Buddha's Noble Eightfold Path formed the outer circle of the Wheel and the Three Gems formed the hub. So then, what can we learn from Jewish and Buddhist ideas overlaid? And how does this fit in with Christian Gnostic ideas? This book is my notes on exploring these questions.

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