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Stainless Steel Gold Plated Etz Chaim Tree of Life Kabbalah Pendant

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Price:
$14.99
SKU:
SP0010G
Availability:
1-2 business day for in stock item. 2-3 business days for back-order item.
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Product Description

This is a stainless steel cross crucifix pendant. Pendant will come with FREE steel chain. Customer may also select compatible chain from the necklace and chain category.


Product Details (As Seen in Picture)

Material: Stainless Steel, Gold Plating
Color: Gold, Silver
Width: 25mm
Thickness: 2mm

*Availability: In stock item can be shipped within 1-2 business day and please allow 2
-3 business days for back-order item.
 

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We will provide 100% satisfaction guarantee and 100% money back guaranteeOrder with confidence and take advantage of our 1-Year product warranty and a 30-Day money back guarantee.

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Further Info: Etz Hayim, also transliterated as Etz Chaim (Hebrew Ḥayyim: עץ חיים, meaning "Tree of Life"), is a common term used in Judaism. The expression, originates in Genesis 2:9. It is also found in the Book of Proverbs, where it is figuratively applied to "the fruit of the righteous" (11:30), "desire" (13:12), and "a wholesome tongue" (15:4).
The Tree of Life, or Etz haChayim in Hebrew, is a mystical symbol used in the Kabbalah of esoteric Judaism to describe the path to God (usually referred to as HaShem, or "The Name", in Kabbalistic texts and the manner in which he created the world ex nihilo (out of nothing). The Kabbalists developed this concept into a full model of reality, using the tree to depict a map of Creation. Some people believe the Tree of Life of the Kabbalah corresponds to the Tree of Life mentioned in Genesis 2:9. This mystical concept was later adopted by some esoterically inclined Christians as well as some Hermeticists. Among the Christian Kabbalists, the Sephiroth were called Dignities, and were referred to by their Latin names, instead of Hebrew Names of the ten Sephirot. Christian Kabbalah also places emphasis on Christ, as Sustainer and Preserver of the Universe, and the Malkuth of Jewish Kabbalah is absent, as it is considered of a different order-of-being. Ramon Llull, beatified by the Catholic Church, is well known among Christian Kabbalah lore for his writings on the subject. Tree of Life does not only speak of the origins of the physical Universe out of the unimaginable, but also of Man's place in the Universe. Since Man is invested with Mind, consciousness in the Kabbalah is thought of as the fruit of the physical world, through whom the original infinite energy can experience and express itself as a finite entity. After the energy of Creation has condensed into matter, it is thought to reverse its course back up the Tree until it is once again united with its true nature. Thus, the kabbalist seeks to know himself and the Universe as an expression of God, and to make the journey of Return by stages charted by the Sephiroth, until he has come to the realisation he sought. The Tree of Life bears many similarities to the Christian Gnostic conception of the Pleroma, emanations from the ineffable and self-originating Divine Parent that offer the best possible means of describing God. Each emanation in the Pleroma is born from a more complex emanation before it. Most notably between these two allegories is the final Sephirah on the Tree, Malkuth, and the last emanation in the Pleroma, Sophia, whose fall resulted in the physical world. In the Bhagavad Gita there is a mention of Asvattha, tree of Life and Being, whose destruction alone leads to immortality, is said in the Bhagavad Gita to grow with its roots above and its branches below. The roots represent the Supreme Being, or First Cause, the LOGOS; but one has to go beyond those roots to unite oneself with Krishna... The Vedas are its leaves. He only who goes beyond the roots shall never return, i.e., shall reincarnate no more during this "age" of Brahma.


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