Sure. Not a whole lot, but "Jewish magic" would use things like the names od G-D, invoking the archaangels for help in ha shem's name etc... I'm not on everyday, but if you message me we can talk about it. :)
Well Cabala is a jewish mysticism. It is usually a hebrew tradition, and is thousands of years old.
The main idea is that the tradition has a tree of life, or via different manifestations.
There are 32 paths in this tradition, and has around 3 pillars. It worships mostly the god on the life form, depending on your belief.
Although i am not sure on rituals, try writing the hebrew letters or scrunes fro divination.
Hope it helps
Supposedly all this means that he taught them how to protect themselves from the forces of tumah such as demons. This is referred to as "the name of tumah" because by knowing the names of theses negative energies they would be able to instruct them to do their will and remove them.
Is this out like some say, are people actually aware or have this information, names etc?
Im trying to find what is legal within jewish halacha, its clear that in Judaism we believe anything outside our covenant is pagan and comes with risks, jews will do anything as long as the eternal wills it., anything for oneself to gain is outside and alien, but im asking around to learn what in the talmuds is permissible.
[quote] There is so much stuff out there about this. Qabala being most prevalent.
6th-7th Books of Moses, Greater/Lesser Keys of Solomon.
So much to dig through if youre really interested.
Is there anymore new labels of magic that I'm unaware of? I don't understand what 'Jewish' has in common with 'Magic'? Jewish, isn't it an adjective describing a person which follows a faith of Judaism? Whereas Magic is a practice? Can someone help me understand this?
This is similar to saying Vodou Magic. It doesn't exactly go together.