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    Round Sterling silver Kaballa amulet for livelihood and plenty by Ma'ase B'Omanut Jewelers

Round Sterling silver Kaballa amulet for livelihood and plenty by Ma'ase B'Omanut Jewelers

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Round Sterling silver Kabbalah amulet, designed to be worn for the increase of livelihood and for living in plenty and without scarcity.

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SKU : 15023
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MSRP: $109.95
Sale price: $76.95

This Kabbalah amulet is made of smooth sterling silver, and is shaped as a circle with a cutout. It is engraved with Hebrew letters in the font style known as 'Rashi'. This style is so named after the renowned Torah Scholar Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki (Rashi) who lived in north east France in the 11th century, and whose prolific writings on the Torah and Talmud are printed to this day in this font. The letters - six words in all, are a combination of two phrases from two different verses in the book of Psalms.

 

The first three words - 'Hone Malach Hashem' (literally - the Angel of the Creator is near you) – are the first words from a verse in Psalm 34. With this verse we pray that the Angel of the Creator will always be near those who fear the Creator and get them out of trouble. The second group of three words - 'Vechol Atzatcha Yemale' (literally – all your advice will be fulfilled) – are the last three words from a verse Psalm 20. With this verse we pray that the Creator will give you your heart's desire, and that the (good) advice or ideas which you have will come to fruition and keep you in plenty and without scarcity. Kabbalah considers this sequence of words as a tool to wish upon the wearer a livelihood which is plentiful.

 

Above the words are engraved two fig branches with figs and fig leaves. The fig tree is a symbol of both protection and plenty, going both to the past and to the future: When Adam and Eve needed clothes, they used the fig leaf as clothing. When the nation of Israel is settled securely in its land without starving or being under foreign rule, they are said to be 'sitting under their fig trees'.  The fig itself is a very efficient fruit – you can eat both the peel and the inside without having to throw anything out.

 

The amulet is connected to the necklace by means of a smooth elongated silver ring which allows it to be worn securely. This sterling silver amulet from Jewelry Tale Jewelers measures 1 inch (25 mm).