If your article mentions kabbalah in relation to "toseftot", I assume he refers to the "tosafot" of the Tosafists (12-13th cent France and Germany). These were people who wrote "additions" to the Rashi commentary on the Talmud. Perhaps the Kabbalah comes up then because their main book, "Zohar" was written in the 13th century (Spain). None of these is related to me, although the word "tosefta" has the meaning of "addition" in Aramaic. P.S. Better skip all kabbalistic teachings. Pure nonsense.
4.2-scale earthquake felt in Dead Sea, Jerusalem area (Haaretz)
from the article: And supposing they did drink blood?