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Archive for the ‘Judaica’ Category

Kabbalah Jewelry

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Kabbalah is the ancient science that studies the structure of the creation of the world, of everything that surrounds us. Kabbalah explains the cause of world’s creation and our function in it, tells us which path we need to go and how to live in harmony with the world. This doctrine of the infinite was […]

Seal of Solomon

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There is a person in the world’s history whose name is a synonym for wisdom. This is the third Jewish king, son of King David – King Solomon. Under his government Israel came to the highest prosperity. Wise King Solomon is considered to be one of the founders of esoteric science. His discoveries strongly formed […]

How to blow a Shofar

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Sounding a shofar is a religious duty on some High Holidays in the Judaism, such as Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement). Learning how to blow a shofar may seem complicated at first, but in fact it is quite easy. We hope that the following tips will help […]

Chai Symbol – what is the meaning?

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You may often see Chai symbol on various jewelry items and a variety of ornaments. What does it mean? It is aHebrew word “Chai” that means “life”. This word in Hebrew consists of two letters: “Chet” and “Yud”. Each letter of the Hebrew alphabet has its numerical value. The letter “Chet” corresponds to the number […]

Tallit – The Prayer Shawl

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  The Tallit is a religious garment that is used by the Jewish People for praying. It is a square piece of fabric, usually wool, with four fringes on its ends. Until the Middle Ages, the Prayer Shawl served as a part of everyday clothing and was made of wool or linen. Now the Tallit […]

Tefillin – the Crown of Jewish Uniqueness

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What are the Tefillin?  The Talmud calls the Tefillin (תפלין) the Crown of the Jewish uniqueness. The Tefillin is worn on the left forearm, closer to the heart (to focus one’s emotions) and on the head (to focus one’s mind), by this dedicating your emotions and mind to the service of Gd. Tefillin strap is […]

The Torah Scroll

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The Torah Scroll is a parchment made of the Kosher animal skin, hand-written in a special script by a skilled scribe trained for this work. The parchment is wound between two wooden poles with decorated handles. It contains the entire text of the Five Books of Moses. The first Torah Scroll was written by Moses […]

What is a Kiddush Cup

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  “Kiddush” is a Hebrew word that means “consecration”, or “sanctification”. Kiddush is a special prayer for the Sabbath or other holiday which is read over the wine that fills the Kiddush Cup. The Kiddush cup is a special goblet that is used for blessing wine on Sabbath and holidays. Usually, this Cup is made […]

Kippah

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  The small skullcap that religious Jewish men wear is called in Hebrew a “Kippah”, in Yiddish it’s called a “Yarmulke”. The origin of the word “yarmulke” derives from two Hebrew words – “ya’arei me’Elokai” which mean “those who fear God”. The Hebrew word “Kippah” means a “dome”. Despite the fact that wearing the Kippah […]

Menorah

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The word “Menorah” translates from Hebrew as a lamp or a chandelier. It is believed to be the main symbol of Judaism.  The origin of the Menorah takes its roots to the days of the Exodus. On Mount Sinai, Moses received from G-d all the necessary instructions about how to build and use the Menorah. […]