Some people who dabble in Kabbalah may have found themselves played for fools by a prankster who made some hilarious fake Hebrew magic symbols.
British magician Drummond Money-Coutts is one of the biggest names in magic today.
The book The Snake at the Mouth of the Cave expresses less-studied emotional, interpersonal aspects of the rabbis in the Talmud.
A new exhibition features rare artifacts, including the earliest known instance of the Shema prayer used in a Jewish amulet.
Psilocybin has been shown to have a positive effect in treating depression, anxiety, addiction, anorexia, obesity, cluster headaches, Alzheimer's, PTSD and a variety of personality disorders.
To release the ship, the famous mentalist is suggesting the world work together and will the ship free with their minds.
Three times during live TV broadcasts, Salomon predicted the results of the Israeli elections.
The image of a great Jewish law jurist, a paragon of scholarly Talmudic learning, doling out mystical amulets was difficult for some minds to grasp.
"It's like magic, it feels like I'm floating in the air," Blaine said on a radio to his team of aides back on the ground after gently lifting off from a desert airstrip in Arizona.
Lamond was Jewish according to religious law, but found his true calling in Wicca. A modern religion which is inspired by pagan rites.