Hebrew Menorah Amulet: "Persian Sheviti Amulet"

Menorah Amulet: the origin of the "Sheviti Amulet" is Persian. The name refers to the superscription from Psalm 16:8 "I have set the Lord always before me". The menorah is inscribed with Psalm 67 verse 1-8. The circumference has the instructions to Bezalel (the first craftsman) for making the menorah out of beaten gold: Numbers 8:4. According to tradition this was the shape and design on King David's shield.This amulet is thought to hasten the coming of the Messianic era.The menorah is the state symbol of Israel.

Superscription: Psalm 16:8 I have set The Lord always before me.
Right down; Numbers 8:4 in serugin, And this was the work of the candlestick; it was of beaten gold, unto the shaft thereof,
Lower horizontal; Numbers 8:4 Unto the flowers thereof, it was beaten work; according
Left up; Numbers 8:4 Unto the pattern which the Lord had shewed Moses, so he made the candlestick, and Gen 49:18 (Initial letters) I have waited for thy salvation, O Lord.
The Menorah; Superscription: Psalm 67:1 For the Leader; With string music. A psalm, a Song.
The seven branches of the candlestick; Psalm 67:2 - 8 in Serugin.
Right lower corner;
"May it be thy will."
Left lower corner; "Amen and Amen."

Menorah Amulet  14K Yellow GOLD
Size Inches ID No. Price
Medium 1-6/8" x 7/8" AM-MR/G $1200
Medium 1-6/8" x 7/8" AM-ME/G $1200
Large 2-1/8" x 1-1/8" AM-LE/G $2400

Translation / Explanation of the Hebrew Provided with the purchase of each amulet.
E after an ID No. denotes that the Hebrew letters are engraved
after an ID No. denotes that the Hebrew letters are in relief.


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