Kabbalah Talisman Pendant Blessing of the Priests Birkat Kohanim Sterling Silver and 9K Gold Manuscript

Kabbalah Talisman Pendant Blessing of the Priests Birkat Kohanim Sterling Silver and 9K Gold Manuscript

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Kabbalah Talisman Pendant Blessing of the Priests Birkat Kohanim Sterling Silver and 9K Gold Manuscript

Kabbalah amulet made of silver and gold, original design in the form of a scroll engraved with a prayer from “Blessings of Priests” “ברכת כהנים“ “Birkat Kohanim” “Priestly Blessing”, “Aaron's Blessing” has a tremendous energy of protection given by the Lord to his to the people.

: Blessings of the Lord and your presence

May the LORD bless you and save you!

May the Lord bless you and protect you! ,

The text of the prayer received by Moses from the Lord (Numbers 6: 24-26) (Numbers 6: 24-26) and transmitted, at his command, brother Aaron (Priest, Cohen), for the blessing of the Jewish people, they began to call "ברכת כהנים"

“Birkat Kohanim” or “Three blessings”:

: Blessings of the Lord and your presence

The Lord bless you and keep you;

The Lord make his face to shine upon you

And be gracious to you;

The Lord lift up his countenance upon you

And give you peace.

The Lord will grant you His mercy and grant you peace!

: The Lord will meet with you and pay you peace?

May the LORD turn His face on you and give you peace! 

The Lord will grant you His mercy and grant you peace!

The words of prayer, in Hebrew, are given great sacred meaning and translation into another language or changes in pronunciation is considered unacceptable, even when translating the rest of the text. Kabbalists suggest that this prayer may be a secret formula, seeing a digital pattern in the test, in which the sequence of increasing God's name is viewed:

The first verse consists of three words and fifteen letters,

The second is of five words and twenty letters,

The third - of seven words and twenty-five letters 

(3-5-7, 15-20-25)
The authenticity of the text of the Prayer for the Blessing of Priests was confirmed during excavations in Jerusalem. In a grave dating back 600 years. BC. found scrolls with partially preserved prayer text. Today, most Jewish communities conduct the Birkat Koanim ceremony daily and on All Holidays, without departing from ancient traditions and considering this prayer fundamental for the entire Jewish people.



•Width: 0.69" (17.5mm)
•Height without bale :1.05" (26.6mm)
•Weight without chain :0.139oz (3.96gr)
•Material: Sterling Silver & Gold 9k
Country of origin : Israel (Hand Made)
•Chain length: 19.695" (500mm)