Gold and Silver Hamsa Necklace - "Ben Porat Yoseph Alei Ayne"
This Hamsa pendant is made of two Hamsa hand designs, one is from silver, and the other from 9K Gold. Along the delicate gold Hamsa engraved in Hebrew "Ben Porat Yoseph Alei Ayne". The Silver Hamsa is beautifully inscribed in Hebrew with the Priestly Blessing (Birkat HaKohanim). At the heart of the Hamsa is a Turquoise gem. The Hamsa hand is an ancient amulet that is believed to fight the envious eye and negative energies.
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Since its establishment, about ten years ago, Kabbalah jewelry has worked to strengthen the bond and familiarity with Kabbalist and Jewish sources and to the Jewish roots by designing high-quality inspiring jewelry pieces. Each of our handmade pieces carries a meaning, a tale, history and accumulated knowledge.
Desde su creación, hace unos diez años, la joyería HaAri ha trabajado para fortalecer el vínculo y la familiaridad con las fuentes judías y cabalistas y con las raíces judías mediante el diseño de piezas de joyería inspiradoras de alta calidad. Cada una de nuestros productos hechos a mano tiene un significado, un cuento, historia y conocimiento acumulado.
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This Hamsa pendant made of two Hamsa hand designs are namely, one is from silver, and the other from 9K Gold. Along the delicate gold Hamsa engraved in Hebrew "Ben Porat Yoseph Alei Ayne". The Silver Hamsa inscribes itself in Hebrew with the Priestly Blessing (Birkat HaKohanim). At the heart of the Hamsa is a Turquoise gem.
The Hamsa hand is an ancient amulet believed to fight the envious eye and negative energies. 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 a fruitful son (Genesis, 49:42). In Jewish tradition, Joseph considered a righteous man has become a common custom. So using his name as a virtue against evil eye is possible.
The Sterling Silver part carved with a psalm from the book of Numbers: "The Lord bless thee and keep thee. The Lord make His face to shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee: The Lord lift his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace" (Book of Numbers, 6:24-26). These psalms known as the Priestly Blessing or Birket Hakohanim in Hebrew and the Kohanim were the great priests of the Israelites.
The blessing recited to Moses on the day when he had finished setting up the sacred tabernacle. He was setting up in the middle of the Israelite camp in the Sinai Desert. Today, this prayer can only recite by Kohanim at the temple.
The mystical power of the blessing derives from granting the explicit name of G-d. It brings the abundance of G-d's kingdom upon the people of Israel. This powerful blessing delivered by G-d through the Kohens was to teach the Israelites the sacred name of G-d on earth. The blessing of the Kohanim provides divine protection.