Judaism

tefillin

Teffilin

‘In Judaism, the black cube is visible on the Teffilin, the set of small cubic leather boxes that are painted black and worn during weekday morning prayers by observant Jews. The cubes contain scrolls of parchment paper inscribed with verses from the Torah and have leather straps dyed black on one side. The Torah commands that they should be worn to serve as a “sign” and “remembrance” that YHWH brought the children of Israel out of Egypt. They are mentioned twice in Exodus. Exodus 13:9 says, “And it shall be for a sign for you upon your hand, and for a memorial between your eyes, that the law of the LORD may be in your mouth; for with a strong hand did the LORD bring you out of Egypt.” Exodus 13:16 says, “And it shall be for a sign upon your hand, and as totafot between your eyes; for with a mighty hand did the LORD bring us forth out of Egypt.”‘  http://todayon-sicksadworld.blogspot.co.uk/search?updated

19 May 2014

Book Review : Jewish Supremacism by Dr. David Duke

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