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9K Gold with Garnet Necklace - Star of David

This Hamsa-shaped frame, made from 9 K Gold, is decorated with a hanging Gold Start of David. At the heart of the Star of David is a Turquoise gem.The Hamsa frame is beautifully engraved in Hebrew, with three of the 72 names of God.

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About the product

This Hamsa-shaped frame, made from 9 K Gold, is an elegant accessory. It consists of decorations with a hanging Gold Star of David. At the heart of the Star of David is a Turquoise gem. The turquoise gem makes it look elegant and stunning. The Hamsa frame beautifully engraves itself in Hebrew, with three of the 72 names of God. Each of the 72 names believed to possess a special energy and has a purpose engraved upon it. The Mem-Hey-Shin combination is a virtue for health and cure. It enables the person wearing it to have sound health. It ensures the absence of diseases and dreads. The Samech-Aleph-Lamed combination draws abundance and wealth. It enables the concerned person with a content life comprising of money, power and respect. The feeling of wealthy content and the presence of requirements in abundance provided when wearing this pendant. The third sequence, Aleph-Lamed-Dalet provides a strong protection against the evil eye and ill will. This pendant protects you from the evil eyes set forth upon you and renders a peaceful life. It acts as a shield against all the evil forces emitting from the evil eyes around you. These combinations, taken from the book of Exodus, developed by Kabbalists draw unique energy and enhances positive changes in various aspects of life is a myth. The pendant is also engraved with "Ben Porat Yosef Alei Ayne". When Jacob blesses his youngest son Joseph, he calls him "Ben Porat Yosef", which means in Hebrew a fruitful son (Genesis, 49:42). In Jewish tradition, Joseph considered a righteous man, and he has become a common custom to use his name as a virtue for Divine Protection.