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Jewish Kabbalists portrayed in 1641; woodcut on paper, 
Saxon University Library, Dresden. (Source: Wikipedia Commons)

"Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them..." - Acts 7:43

Practitioners of the occult within Judaism codified their beliefs in a sub-religion that became known as Kabbalah. On the surface Kabbalism appears to be Judaism in reality it is the exact opposite of Judaism. The Kabbalah offers an occult counter explanation to the revelations of the Jewish prophets and the history of the Israelites. The Kabbalah depicts Moses as an occult figure whose purpose was to initiate the Israelites back into the more enlightened and advanced teachings of Egypt. Teachings of all secret societies flow through the Kabbalah.1

The Kabbalah was originally derived from pagan Egyptian beliefs. Jewish alchemists/Kabbalists believe Moses and Hermes are their patriarchs. They believe Moses learned all the wisdom of the Egyptians (alchemy and the other Sacred Sciences), and they back this up by quoting Acts 7:22, "And Moses was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians, and was mighty in words and in deeds."2

Judean Kabbalists (and Essenes), according to Peter Marshall, further (dissonantly) draft King Solomon as a patriarch alongside Moses, again (disingenuously) quoting I Kings, noting Solomon excelled in the wisdom of the East and was greater than the wisdom of Egypt. Kabbalism is regarded as one of the core elements and as a symbolic source for western occultism because its mythology claims Kabbalism was first revealed to Adam in Eden.2

Kabbalah derives from the Hebrew word QBL, meaning "to receive"; Kabbalists/Essenes are the receivers and caretakers (watchers) of divine knowledge.2

1 NWO Secret Societies and Biblical Prophecy Vol. 1. [Backup]
2 Gary Wayne: Genesis 6 Conspiracy, 2014, The Essenes, Pg. 600