Jewel of the day: David Weitzman Ana Bekoach Ring

This intriguing ring by David Weitzman draws upon Jewish history and the Kabbalah. He explains, “The power of the hidden 42-LETTER name of God. The Ana Becoach prayer was written in the first century by a great Kabbalistic Rabbi – Rabbi Nehonia. The prayer was written according to the seventy names of God – a term related to Abraham. The Ana Becoach is composed of seven lines, with six words in each line. The first letter of every word is taken, thereby creating the 42-letter name.

The combination of Ana Becoach is hidden in the first 42 letters of the book of Genesis (From the word BERESHIT to the word VAVOHOO). The letters are translated using a secret Kabbalistic calculation.

The Ana Becoach prayer can be found in the Shaharit and Mincha prayers, and in the Shabbat prayer before Lecha Dodi. Today, Ana Becoach is somewhat ignored, and in many prayers, it is no longer used. The Ana Becoach prayer is greatly evaluated by spiritual and Kabbalistic followers that know of the great influence found in this 42-letter combination.

David’s related dream
The model was made after David had a dream. As David relates “In the dream, I was in a very dark place. I was tied up and could not move anything. I tried to scream but my voice was gone. It was very frightening. Then the Ana Becoach prayer rose up in my mind. I started saying it in my thoughts. When I reached the third line
everything disappeared and I woke up.

Kabbalists use the Ana Becoach prayer for protection, healing, and balancing.”

This sells for USD$117 and is also available in gold.

 

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