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Western Occult Kabbalah meets Jewish Kabbalah: Two Traditions in Dialogue

The two traditions compare notes on a range of topics including the Tree of Life, gematria, correspondences, and practical work.

Tonight Christina Oakley Harrington meets Daniel Jonas for a discussion/interview evening: Western Occult Kabbalah meets Jewish Kabbalah. The two traditions compare notes on a range of topics – working with the spheres on the tree of life; some issues concerning gematria; correspondences; the two pillars; and what does a kabbalist in each tradition actually do, in terms of activities and meditations. It’s an almost unique chance for non-Jewish Pagans and occultists to learn, from the source, about this path as followed by Orthodox and other traditional Jews, in a language more or less familiar to them. Christina and Daniel promise friendly banter, lots of time for audience questions, a few amusing anecdotes from their respective kabbalistic communities, and lots of thought-provoking information.

Daniel Jonas is not only a practising student of traditional kabbalah, but he is also a Jewish interfaith facilitator, who has (almost uniquely) been involved in Jewish-Pagan interfaith work. Bring an open mind and lots of questions.


Dr. Christina Oakley-Harrington | talks
Daniel Jonas | talks


Date and Time:

29 May 2008 at 7:15 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



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