Meaning of cabbalist in English:

cabbalist

Pronunciation /ˈkabəlɪst/

noun

See cabbalistic

‘The subtle energies, known to the cabbalists and alchemists as telluric forces, flow out from her and rise upwards towards the floor of the cathedral.’
  • ‘I've spent a lot of time in the last few months dwelling in the sphere of Luna (Yesod for the cabbalists).’
  • ‘If lottery grants are thrown open to local voting, any well-organised minority group - fetishist, cabbalist or nakedly populist - can sway the outcome by massing members at key meetings.’
  • ‘Let it not be forgotten that the first systematic categorisations of colour associations were undertaken by magicians, astrologers and cabbalists and that their conclusions continue to inform a great deal of modern colour theory.’
  • ‘I think the doctors also noted some of the cabbalists and other devout Jews.’