Issued at 1/8/2007
Welcome to David Weitzman's ka gold jewelry forth newsletter.
In this newsletter we bring you 19 of David's latest design, News (Including
new Blog for David!
) and plans for the coming
• David's cosmic jewelry blog – read all about
David's projects, plans, latest designs and thoughts in his new blog.
• The 7 fold labyrinth – An ad for Ka Gold Jewelry
was recently published in the "What is enlightenment?" magazine posing the cosmic
riddle of the 7 fold labyrinth – answers through the link on our homepage.
• The silver Lotus earrings – the silver Lotus
earrings are now available again in the same design as the gold Lotus earrings.
Inlaid Egg of life
This pendant is a version of the Egg of Life with inlaid stone at the center.
Star of David Mandala
The Star of David appears in the Asian cultures as part of the Sacred Geometry.
This pendant is based on a Tibetan Mandala that David had seen and has the Star
of David in its center.
Egyptian Lotus ring
The Lotus flower is a symbol of the sun, of creation and rebirth, because at
night the flower closes and sinks underwater, and at dawn it rises and opens
again. Untouched by the impurity, lotus symbolizes the purity of heart and mind.
The lotus flower represents long life, health, honor and good luck.
Tibetan Hung ring and earrings
The Tibetan hung is one of the best known Tibetan symbols and a part of the
ancient Tibetan mantra - "Om Mani Padme Hum" or "Om Mani Padme Hung".
Following his known Hung pendants, David now added these ring and earring to
Tibetan Om ring and earrings
Sound is frequency and the whole universe is made out of frequencies. In Judaism,
the Creator speaks. In Christianity, there is "the word" and in Buddhism there
is the Om. The pronunciation of the Om creates the sound of movement and rest.
The Om ring and earrings join David's Om pendants and his Tibetan jewelry collection.
The ring of Destiny symbolizes the destiny of each human being as part of the
whole creation. The Hebrew sentence engraved on the ring is “Arise, go
to Nineveh”, taken from the book of Jonah.
The Butterfly effect ring
The butterfly effect is one of the terms related to the Chaos theory. The engraving
on the ring is taken from CHAZAL's ancient saying: "The one who plants a wind
will reap a storm" (Hazor'ea rouach yiktzor sufa).
The Key of Elijah
This pendant is inspired by the story of the prophet Elijah in the book of Kings.
This pendant was designed by Joe Zastrow who won David's jewelry model designing
contest for February-March 2007. Phi pendant contains one of the methods to
sketch the Golden Mean of Phi
Fibonacci sequence pendant
This pendant was designed by Gary Meisner who won David's jewelry design contest
for April-May 2007.The pendant contains the first numbers of the Fibonacci Series
(0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, and 8).
Flower of life ring
The Flower of life ring is excellent for healing and helps in connecting to
the higher self. This design now joins David’s beloved Flower of life
pendant and his wide collection of Sacred Geometry jewelry.
Key of 12
12 is a key number in our reality: There are 12 basic sounds in a scale, 12
apostils in Christianity, 12 ancient Jewish tribes and more….
This pendant is a version of the Enneagram with inlaid stone at the center.
Cat's eye abundance ring
The cat's eye stone is known for giving abundance. In the book "Segulot Israel"
by Rabbi Shabtai Ish Lipshitz ZATZAL it says: "Said the men of India that virtue
to the one who carries it that he will not come to poverty, and instead of poverty
he will come to richness". The engraving on the ring is taken from a Jewish
The Tombola pendant was designed by Javier Hernandez who won David's jewelry
design contest for May-June 2007. The Tombola resembles a kind of a Black hole
where all that is old parishes and turns into new.
Palm tree earrings
The design of these earrings is inspired by ancient jewelry and the use of gold
thread weaving in the east.
Plans for the future:
David is now working on creating a Metadron's cube which is a shape that contains
all the molecular shapes combined together. This is a very complex model, including
many shapes one inside the other and will be about 20cm large. David plan is
to place them in different places in the world because the shape is known to
have very strong influences on its surroundings.
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David Weitzman and the Ka gold jewelry team
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