High Priest Jerusalem Temple Incense Wealth Spices Ketoret Jewish Amulet Fortune
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FRAMED HIGH PRIEST TEMPLE INCENSE AMULET
Straight from the Holy Land comes a FRAMED picture of the High Priest who was a descendant of Aaron offering the 11 spices known as the "K'toret" on the Golden altar. According to the Biblical tradition, these spices include:
Balsam, Cinnammon, Cloves, Galbannum, Myrrh, Cassia, Spikenard, Saffron, Costus and bark of Muskat. As you can see from the scan, all these actual 11 spices are encased in a plastic bubble to the sides of the framed picture. (There are actually 12 of spices with one being a collection of all the others put together).
When offered in the Holy Temple of Jerusalem 2000+ years ago, together these spices had an overwhelming aroma which could be smelled all the way in Jericho! In addition, the High Priest and/or the family that prepared these spices became wealthy. From this came the idea that preparing or owning these spices are an amulet for wealth and good fortune.
One can just imagine the powerful energy and Spiritual light these spices can give to your home!
Framemeasures13 x 14 inches.
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