Tikun Klali Key Kabbalah Necklace with a Rotating Coin
The three-dimensional key symbol is what makes this handcrafted pendant so unique. The body of the key is made from Sterling silver. The top of the key is decorated with a 9K gold spinning coin. The gold coin is engraved with one of the 72 names of God.
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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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The three-dimensional key symbol is what makes this handcrafted pendant so unique. The body of the key is made from Sterling silver. The top of the key is decorated with a 9K gold spinning coin. The gold coin is engraved with one of the 72 names of God. The combination Samech-Aleph-Lamed is believed to draw abundance and wealth. The silver body is engraved with Tikun Klali prayer. According to the great Rabbi, Nachum from Breslov, Tikun Klali is a powerful prayer for the redemption of sins, s tool that enhances positive changes in both material and spiritual worlds.
According to sacred Kabbalist sources, the key is a symbol of success and prosperity. All the handcrafted pendants are made of Sterling silver and gold. The buttom part of the key pendant is shaped as the Hebrew letter Peh (פ), while the hollow part of the letter is shaped like the Hebrew letter Bet (ב) in a Biblical style writing. The letter Peh which stands for godly speech creates the letter Bet - thus symbolizing Creation, that is – God in His speech has created the world.