Kabala tree of life, also known as the fallen tree and Kabala tree of life, is a mysterious symbol used in Judaism, which belongs to one of the thoughts of Kabbala in Judaism.

The tree of life is located in the middle of the garden of Eden, according to the Old Testament Genesis chapter 2, verses 8-9. The tree of life is used to describe the so-called path to God (commonly referred to as Yahweh, or "God's name" in Kabaran Literature) and the way God created the world from nothing.

It is generally believed that the ten spheres in the tree of life represent the ten faces of God. The left side represents the male, the right side represents the female, and the middle is the harmony zone between the two. For believers, those ten spheres also represent the energy center that human beings can obtain, which is the concept of "God" developed by ancient religion.

Compared with charcoal and flame, people can't distinguish the existence of black carbon in the dark, but once the black carbon burns and emits light, people can find its existence. However, the flame is only one of the properties expressed by black carbon, and it does not represent the whole of black carbon. Ancient thinkers thought that "God" also existed like this, so they designed ten kinds of God attributes, called "Kabala", and the structure connecting these ten attributes of the outflow path was called "Kabala tree of life".

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