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Sterling Silver Pendant Protection Hamsa Chai Magen David

Sterling Silver Pendant Protection Hamsa Chai Magen David
Seller Israel Depot

Sterling .925 Silver Pendant with 3 Powerful Jewish Symbols Amulets On the pendant round circumference in Hebrew written from Psalms: The Lord will guide your going out and our coming in from this time forth and forever About Hamsa Hamsa (Khamsa) is a powerful hand-shaped amulet, with the palm facing out, the fingers spread open, in essence blocking the evil eye. It is commonly used by Jews and Muslims to ward off evil spirits. About Magen David Star The Star of David was considered to be a powerful amulet in the ancient times and was often used to repel dangers, evil and accidents. Originally, the Hebrew name Magen David -- literally Shield of David -- poetically referred to God. The Shield of David is also used as an amulet containing within it various verses from the Book of Psalms, and names of various angels, blessings for success, health, easy childbirth and so on.This is also alluded to in the third blessing after the Haftorah reading on Shabbat: Blessed are you God, Shield of David. The triangle pointing upwards also symbolizes all that is good in the universe whilst the triangle pointing downwards symbolizes all that is evil. The combination of the two triangles symbolizes the victory of good over evil. About Chai Symbol This symbol, commonly seen on necklaces and other jewelry and ornaments, is simply the Hebrew word Chai (living), with the two Hebrew letters Cheit and Yod attached to each other. Some say it refers to the Living G-d; others say it simply reflects Judaism's focus on the importance of life. Whatever the reason, the concept of chai is important in Jewish culture. The typical Jewish toast is l'chayim (to life). Gifts to charity are routinely given in multiples of 18 (the numeric value of the word Chai)







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