Ten Commandments II Mezuzah

Ten Commandments II Mezuzah

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The Star of David on the top of the mezuzah with the ten commandments adds another important symbol to this mezuzah. The Magen David, six pointed Star of David, is the recognized universal symbol of Judaism. The earliest use of this hexagram was as a seal in ancient Palestine, 6th century B.C. Today this symbol is used as a magical amulet of good luck and as a secularized symbol of Jewish identity. The Ten Commandments that God revealed to the Jewish people on Mt. Sinai is represented in this mezuzah. The two tablets of the law have the commandments numbered in Hebrew in the order of the Hebrew alphabet. This mezuzah would be great gift for a bar or bat mitzvah or for any special occasion. The mezuzah case comes with nails and a printed scroll or klaf, ready to be placed on the doorpost of a Jewish home. The scroll contains the words of two passages from Deuteronomy, 11:13 and 6:4-9. Deuteronomy 6:4-9 has the words of the "Shema Israel" in which God commands Jews to keep God's words constantly in their minds and in their hearts. Scroll opening - 7mm Plexiglass case 1 1/4 x 6" The Star of David on the top of the mezuzah with the ten commandments adds another important symbol to this mezuzah. The Magen David, six pointed Star of David, is the recognized universal symbol of Judaism. The earliest use of this hexagram was as a seal in ancient Palestine, 6th century B.C. Today this symbol is used as a magical amulet of good luck and as a secularized symbol of Jewish identity. The Ten Commandments that God revealed to the Jewish people on Mt. Sinai is represented in this mezuzah. The two tablets of the law have the commandments numbered in Hebrew in the order of the Hebrew alphabet. This mezuzah would be great gift for a bar or bat mitzvah or for any special occasion. The mezuzah case comes with nails and a printed scroll or klaf, ready to be placed on the doorpost of a Jewish home. The scroll contains the words of two passages from Deuteronomy, 11:13 and 6:4-9. Deuteronomy 6:4-9 has the words of the "Shema Israel" in which God commands Jews to keep God's words constantly in their minds and in their hearts. Scroll opening - 7mm Plexiglass case 1 1/4 x 6"

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