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Use "cabbalistic" in a sentence
"Even if he never looked more striking, with cheekbones like razor blades, there was nothing very pretty about his coke addiction or his dabbling in the works of Aleister Crowley (interestingly, in the new reissue there's no place for the photo that appeared in the 1999 reissue of Bowie drawing a cabbalistic tree of life)."
"He said, ‘Red dancing figures’, and without commenting, I imagined the cabbalistic symbol of water and almost at once he said, ‘There is a river running through the room’, and a little later, ‘I can sleep now’."
"When I had finished ‘Rosa Alchemica’ for the Savoy, I had a return of the old trouble and went to consult a friend34 who, under the influence of my cabbalistic symbols, could pass into a condition between meditation and trance."