The custom of tying a red string (also known as “red string of fate”, “red thread”, “red thread of fate”) to the wrist is already mentioned in the Book of Genesis (chapter 38, verse 27-29) – The midwife who assisted Tamar to give birth to twin brothers tied a scarlet thread (“Shani” in Hebrew) on one of the newborn’s wrist so to distinguish who came out first
You can find Hamsa charms in oriental designs, Jewish Hamsa charms and Hamsa charms in modern designs made of fused glass, laser cut metals and more.
The term ‘evil eye’ refers to the common belief grounded in folklore that ill will and envious stares may bring about bad luck and misfortune. Used as a symbol to ward off the evil eye, Hamsa hand has been universally embraced. It has been adapted by Islam, Judaism, Hinduism and now by the western culture. So what is the meaning behind this popular luck charm
The teachings of the Kabbalah have made a significant impact on the world and in Israel in particular. With a growing number of Kabbalah inspired objects, the Kabbalah has been introduced to the world of jewelry accessories which now enjoys a growing popularity
The centuries-old Ana BeKoach prayer (also Ana BeCoach or Ana B’Koach) is believed to be composed in the 1st century CE by the great Kabbalist Rabbi Nehonia. The poem portrays the 72 names of G-d and consisted of seven lines. [&hellip