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About the spinner rings

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About the spinner rings

Spinner rings - spinning rings are designed in such a way that the middle portion of the band spins freely on the part that encircles the ring finger. These stunning Meditation Rings as they are also know have one or several outer bands that physically spin around the actual ring. They are said to bring good luck & fortune, and a sense of serenity and peace.

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The meaning of the Elephant as a symbol

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The meaning of the Elephant as a symbol

Elephants are a powerful role model for many people in their spiritual lifestyle because they are obedient towards their leader, they have a steadfast nature about them because they are unstoppable once set on a path, and they have large ears that are used to listen much more so than to speak

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About the Menorah - Jewish 8 branched candelabrum for Hanukkah

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About the Menorah - Jewish 8 branched candelabrum for Hanukkah

The Hanukkah Menorah (Hebrew: menorah) (also Hebrew: Hanukiah, or Chanukkiyah, hanukiyot, or Yiddish: khanike lomp, Lit: Chanukah lamp) is an eight-branched candelabrum lit during the eight-day holiday of Hanukkah.The ninth holder, called the shamash ("helper or servant"), is for a candle used to light all other candles. It is among the most widely produced articles of Jewish ceremonial art. The Hanukkah Menorah During the festival of Hanukkah, a special Hanukkah Menorah also called a Hanukkiah (or Chanukah), is lit.The Hanukkah Menorah is a candelabrum with eight branches of equal size that all sit in a row (one for each night...

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What is the source and meaning of the evil eye symbol? For those who believe and for those who just want to know.

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What is the source and meaning of the evil eye symbol? For those who believe and for those who just want to know.

What is the source and meaning of the evil eye symbol? For those who believe and for those who just want to know.

The Evil Eye (Ayin ha-Ra in Hebrew) is alleged to be able to harm or cast a curse on a person. It is discussed in the Talmud and Kabbalah. The Evil Eye is traditionally believed to be the reason for sickness, tragedy, and pain in the world.

Nothing is saved from the evil influences of the eye.

The most frequent cause of harm from the Evil Eye is considered to be jealousy. Rabbis warned people against unnecessary flaunting of wealth and admiration to avoid resentment from others.

Many superstitions evolved to ward off the Evil Eye or prevent it from harming them. However, many of these superstitions were variations of non-Jewish customs.

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