The School of Love and Kabbalah
This site is dedicated to the work of Dawn Cherie and Ohad Pele.
The Kabbala of KabaLove is unlike anything else. It draws from the Pagan roots of Kabbala as well as from radical Kabbalistic sources that were historically censored by Rabbinical institutions. It relates to all humanity. It reconnects to our Wild Sacred Nature as well as to other wisdom schools such as Shamanism, Sufism, Zen-Buddhism etc.
Kedesha literally means “Sacred Woman” and was the term used to describe “sacred prostitute” in biblical times. Our experience of biblical stories, and much of history, are via the lens of victors with particular veils over truth. Weaving spiritual wisdom, sexual shamanism and the work of the sacred priestess, Kedesha tells an untold story that is reflected in archeology and academic biblical studies.
Kedesha is a revolutionary book, and as many readers say – it is not only a good story, but it carries a transmission through the words.