Metaphysical meaning of Hallohesh (mbd)
Hallohesh (in A.V., Nehemiah 3:12, Halohesh), hal-lo'-hesh (Heb.)--the whisperer; the hisser; the enchanter; the conjurer; the charmer.
a A chief of the returned Jews, who joined Nehemiah in sealing the covenant (Neh. 10:24). (b) A man whose son Shallum repaired a portion of the wall of Jerusalem, after the Babylonian captivity (Neh. 3:12).
Meta. A belief in the occult, the hidden, mysterious, or supernatural; it tends to superstition, but is very religious in its character. This belief gives its substance over to the building of a perfect consciousness and body (typified by the rebuilding of the Temple and Jerusalem's wall) by obedience to the law of God (signing the covenant).