Kabbalah

  • Ashton Kutcher heads to Israel

    Next week Israel will welcome its first big-name American visitor since Barack Obama, who was there in March. Okay, so this time it’s the star of “Two And A Half Men” and not the ruler of the free world, but still. Ashton Kutcher = pretty exciting stuff. The Kabbalah-practicing actor will bring along another attractive… More ▸

  • Is Rihanna latest celebrity to study Kabbalah?

    The Hollywood rumor mill has been working overtime lately, with a very interesting new match that has been brewing for at least eight weeks – R&B star Rihanna and “Two and a Half Men” star Ashton Kutcher. Rihanna was spotted last week leaving Kutcher’s home, and apparently friends of the two say that they are… More ▸

  • Ashton and Demi go on a Kabbalah themed camping trip

    One day after Yom Kippur, when the allegedly troubled couple attended services together at the Kabbalah Center in Los Angeles, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore were seen building a campfire outside of Santa Barbara near Cachuma Lake. [People] But they were not alone. In addition to the ubiquitous paparazzi, the pair were joined by Yehuda… More ▸

  • Did Kabbalah traumatize Madonna’s daughter?

    Madonna took her kids to the Kabbalah Centre in New York this weekend, and while three of them seemed to be having fun, her oldest daughter, Lourdes, seemed a little upset about the whole experience. Cameras caught the 14-year-old offspring upset and crying outside the building, with her star mom trying to comfort her. Only… More ▸

  • Can Kabbalah help A-Rod?

    It’s not a huge surprise because of his “friendship” with Madonna, but Alex Rodriguez was wearing a red Kabbalah bracelet during the ESPN interview Monday in which the New York Yankee admits steroid use. As ESPN’s Peter Gammons asks his first question in this clip, A-Rod scratches his ear with his left hand and a… More ▸

  • New York Post vs. Kabbalah Centre

    The New York Post had a package on Sunday taking aim at the Kabbalah Centre. Allan Nadler, director of the Jewish studies program at Drew University, wrote an piece slamming the take on Jewish mysticism being sold to and sold by celebrities: It is a vulgar distortion and shamelessly self-promoting abuse, by Hollywood’s Kabbalah Centre,… More ▸