Star of David Pendant with Priestly Blessing & Hebrew Letter 'Hay'
Don this magnificent sterling silver pendant designed with a cut-out Star of David encrusted with white zircon stones and enhanced with the Hebrew letter 'Hay' and engraved with Birkat Hakohanim.
This pendant boasts a sparkling Star of David which clasps the Hebrew letter, 'Hay'- the most common shortened version of Hashem's name. The disc part of the pendant is embossed with Hashem's Divine Name 'Ald' and Birkat Kohanim- the priestly blessing- also known as the raising of the hands is a Jewish prayer recited by Kohanim. Kohanim are descendants of Aharon the High Priest who was the brother of Moses. Kohanim are divinely chosen to work in the Temple and help others serve Hashem. The prayer means: "May the Lord bless and guard you; May the Lord make His face shed light upon you and be gracious unto you; May the Lord lift up His face unto you and give you peace." Hashem's Divine name, "Ald"- "Aleph, Lamed, Dalet"- means protection against the evil eye and that which removes obstacles and negativity. Hashem is said to have 72 divine names formed from 3 verses in Sefer Shmot. The ancient Kabbalist Rav Shimon bar Yochai wrote in the Zohar that it was Moses, not God, who parted the Red Sea, allowing the Israelites to narrowly escape Pharaoh and the Egyptian army. In order to accomplish this miracle, Moses combined the power of certainty with a very powerful spiritual technology. He had possession of a formula that literally gave him access to the subatomic realm of nature.
This will make a meaningful gift to a Kohen.