Category:Baal Shem

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English: Baal Shem (Hebrew: "Masters of the (Divine) Name", plural: Baalei Shem) were select historical religious Jewish Practical Kabbalists, who used the Hebrew Names of God for healing, wonder-working, and thaumaturgy. They flourished especially in Early-Modern Central and Eastern Europe.
Baal Shem (it); Baal Shem (fr); Baal Shem (sv); Baal Shem (es); בעל שם (he); Baal Shem (nl); Бааль Шем (ru); 巴尔·谢姆 (zh-cn); 巴爾·謝姆 (zh-hant); Baal Shem (et); Baal Shem (en); Mastro de la Nomo (eo); 巴尔·谢姆 (zh-hans); Baal şem (tr) rabbi who uses practical kabbalah for healing, miracles, exorcism and blessing (en); rabeno kiu uzas kabalon por fari miraklon, ekzorcon, kaj benon (eo) Баалшем, Баальшем (ru); Ba'al Shem (en)
Baal Shem 
rabbi who uses practical kabbalah for healing, miracles, exorcism and blessing
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