Magen Davi

The Star of David – Magen David (Hebrew – The Shield of David) is an ancient kabbalistic symbol of protection. It is made of two triangles that surround an imaginary center point. Together with the center point the star has seven points. Representing the seven Sefirot of Zeir Anpin and Malkhut.


A letter that is written as its full name, sometimes, the term relates to the added letters, only, without the original.


Minha – The Afternoon Prayer, connected to The Left Column, Gevura. Established by Isaac the Patriarch.


The Mishnah is the first complete compilation of the “Oral Torah”. Written on the 2nd Century CE in Israel by the same people who wrote the Zohar and is the base of the Talmud (6th Century CE). The Mishnah and the Talmud explain the codes and rules of our Universe in a hidden way disguised as legends and religious laws. The Zohar contains the keys for these hidden messages.


Musaf – The additional prayer, added on Shabbat, Rosh Hodesh and Holidays after the morning prayer. Connecting to the additional bliss available in the Universe on the special days.