Newsletter number 2
Issued at 5/8/2006
Welcome to David Weitzman ka gold jewelry second newsletter
- New products
- New articles
- Plans for the future.
Since the first newsletters we have added translation to four other
. For the comfort of world
wide users we added quick links from products and categories pages to
view same page in different languages.
Star of David (possible with cat’s eye)
Egyptian Ankh and lotus necklace
The Egyptian Ankh and lotus necklace includes the lotus flower and the
Egyptian Ankh, known as the key of life.
Eye of Horus
The eye in this pendant is a known Egyptian symbol called the eye of
Horus. The eye of Horus was used as a symbol of protection and health.
Key of love
The key of love is based on the Shema Israel prayer and contain the
three terms that describe the way people are ought to love the one g-d.
Ring of Courage
"There would be no one to frighten you if you refused to be
Mohandas K. Gandhi
The ring of courage is intended to give the wearer the understanding
that fear is one of the greatest causes of ones suffering and cleans
your thoughts, making them vanish.
The ring of Love
Engraved on the ring of love is the sentence “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself
This sentence appears in Leviticus 19/18 among other social
commandments. This sentence is especially known because of Rabbi Akiva
who lived in the Roman times. Rabbi Akiva considered this sentence as
the highest of all commandments.
Shema Israel prayer is most known prayer in Judaism. The source of the
sentence is from Jacob who is named Israel. When Jacob was about to die
he called his sons upon him and swore them to continue to believe in
the one G-d. The meaning of this prayer is hear O Israel, meaning hear
Jacob; our G-d is the one G-d.
Viking’s freedom bracelet
Star of David
The "Star of David" is known in Hebrew as Magen David, which literally
means the "shield of David," apparently from the popular notion that
the Beloved King of Israel wore this symbol on his shields, although
there is no evidence that this is true.
For the full article please go to Star of David
The meaning of Talismans
The word "Talisman," derived from the Greek verb "teleo," means,
primarily, to accomplish, or bring into effect. The Talisman is an
object marked with magic signs and is believed to confer on its bearer
supernatural powers or protection. Virtually every religion in human
history has offered as adherents small decorative objects which purport
to do anything ranging between healing, protection or success.
For the full article please go to Talismans
Plans for the future:
Model design jewelry contest
David’s website development team is currently developing a model design
jewelry contest. The contest will allow each of you to design its own
model and add it to the contest. Each website visitor will be able to
vote for three models.
The prize will be David implementation of the model in 14K gold (or 5
We will send another newsletter in the next few months declaring the
start of the contest.
Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter.
Let’s hope peace will come forth on us (a lot of hope is needed here in
David Weitzman and Ka gold jewelry team
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