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72 Names of God Images
for use to create products on my Zazzle Store
(Numbered 1 – 72 from Left to Right)
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I also have Black w/transparent background and White w/transparent background available, should you want to use your own image. Simply email me below with any requests and I can create anything you need.
Ana Beko’ach (42 Letter Name of God)
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The History of Kabbalah
Ancient Kabbalists believed a special formula hidden in the text of the Zohar could overcome the laws of nature, create miracles and transform even human nature.
This formula is known as the 72 Names of God. Hidden for more than 2000 years, this formula contains 72 sequences of Hebrew letters which have extraordinary power.
Encoded in the Biblical story of the parting of the Red Sea, it was only know to a few early kabbalists. Kabbalah has been a mystical teaching for thousands of years to a specific group of Jewish men and was only revealed to the world in 1922 when Rav Yehuda Ashlag, translated the Zohar into Modern Hebrew. Today even a lay person can utilize the power of the 72 Names of God by learning about them and meditating on specific names.
Each 3-letter sequence acts on a specific spiritual frequency. Simply closing your eyes and visualizing, mediating or looking up on them can connect you to that frequency. Working in the same manner as a tuning fork you can establish a connection to any of the 72 Name sequences. Connections help you repair your inner soul and re-tune your body with spiritual things your eyes can not see. In a spiritual sense this is what absolute certainty and faith are all about.
Ana Beko’ach gedulat yeminecha tatir tzerura
Kabel rinat amecha sagevenu taharenu nora
Barchem taharem rachamei tzidkatecha tamid gomlem
Chasim kadosh berov tuvcha nahel adatecha
Yachid ge’e le’amecha pene zochrei kedushatecha
Shav’atenu kabel ushma tza’akatenu yode’a ta’alumot
Baruch shem kevod malchuto le’olam va’ed (whispered)