Judaica Holy Temple Incense Smell Rosh Hashana Hebrew Jerusalem Olive Wood Box
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Judaica Holy Temple Incense Smell Rosh Hashana Hebrew Jerusalem Olive Wood Box:
The incense spices !!! Feel their wonderful smell while praying your morning prayer.The Incense Spices - a presentSpecialUnique
With a Profound SignificanceSuitable for Many Occasions like :
Rosh Hashana, other holidays,Birthdays, Bar mitzvahs, other family events,A gift to donors,
Havdala, a gift for donors,As a souvenir from a visit to Jerusalem and Eretz Israel
For 2,000 years, the Jews recite loudly in their morning prayer ( yes,every morning) the names of the 11 spices that comprise the incensealtered up practically every day during the preceding 1000 years atthe Temple, on Jerusalem's Temple Mount.
This tradition emphasizesthe deep connection of Jews to the Holy Temple, Jerusalem andEretz Israel ( the land of Israel).
If you want to get a slight ( very slight idea ) of the experience onehad in smelling the original mixture try and smell a mixture, of 7 ofthe incense identified ( botanically zari, lebonah, mor, shibbolethnerd, karkom, kosht, cinnamon), out of the original 11.
Purchase the demonstrated box containing a mixture of those seven( of course in different proportions from those in the original mixture,As directed by Jewish law). The mixture is soaked in a solid phaseto prevent direct contact with it and to achieve a controlled slow
the release of the smell over an extended period.
You may experience this wonderful smell while praying your morning.prayer and get an idea why it was said( concerning the original mixture )that " a bride in Jerusalem didn't need to perfume herself " since thepleasant smell of the incense was felt throughout Jerusalem.
Besides, you may savor this beautiful smell of paradise at any time. Thus you will understand why to capture the GardenOf Eden; one uses the sense of smell.
For it is said in the scriptures" the smell of the Garden of Eden " not the taste, sound, view or touch.To purchase the box for yourself, or as a present for somebody. Alternatively, as agift for donors, or to receive further information (free of charge,of course) on the connection between the Jewish people the Landof Israel, Jerusalem and the Temple, please contact us.