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Kabbalah Red String Bracelets

By Robert E. Zucker, publisher

Kabbalah Red String BraceletThe popularity of the Kabbalah red string bracelet has been skyrocketing in the past few years. People who wear Kabalah red string bracelets all have a common interest in an ancient mystical practice. This explosion in fashion is rooted in history, myths and mysticism of the ancient paractice of Kabbalah.

Fueled by Madonna and other celebrities who openly wear Kabalah bracelets to ward off evil, the red string bracelet is now extremely popular among their fans as well. To wear a red string (as a type of talisman) is a custom that has been associated with Judaism's Kabbalah. The bracelet is worn to ward off misfortune that is brought on by an "evil eye."

Wearing a red string (as a type of talisman) is a custom associated with Judaism's Kabbalah in order to ward off misfortune brought about by an "evil eye". In Yiddish the red string is called a "roite bindele." An ancient tradition teaches that a red string, wound seven times around Rachel's Tomb, is endowed with mystical powers.

Find out more how to make, energize and maintain your Kabbalah strings, find formulas and other amulet objects with this instructional guide on the Kabbala Red String.

Kabbalah string bracelets are only a small part of the entire study of the Kabbalah, also spelled as Qabalah. Learn more about the study of the Kabbalah from my private notes and library.

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Kabbalah Bracelet Index

How to Make a Kabbalah Bracelet

There are several methods to create your own Kabbalah bracelet or necklace and infuse it with the wisdom of the Kabalah. Find out what items to use, how to wear the bracelet and other information about string bracelets.

How to Energize a Bracelet

The key to make the Kabbalah (Kabalah bracelet or string bracelet) work is to transfer part of your own energy to the red string. For more information on the meaning of the red string and how to energize your bracelet see the page on energizing a Kabbalah bracelet.

Wear a Kabbalah Bracelet

The ancient study of Kabbalah (spelled several ways: Qabalah, Kabalah, Kaballah, Cabalah, etc.) is the mystical Jewish-rooted theory and practice of the Universe and its creative powers. Knowledge of the secrets of the Kabbalah is the key to understanding the ones own inner power. Find out more about Kabbalah and its teachings

In the Hebrew language of Yiddish, the red string is called a "roite bindele." One ancient tradition teaches that a red string, wound seven times around Rachel's Tomb, is endowed with mystical powers.

According to the tradition, when someone ties an energized string around his or her wrist, the wearer is protected from the destructive power of the Evil Eye. The lore says it can prevent disease, poverty, accidents or other misfortune from befalling the wearer.

The use of talismans throughout history by religious, pagan and other faiths is well reported. The red string bracelet originates with a tradition in the mystical studies of Kabbalah (also spelled as Kabalah, Kabala, and Qabala- among many other various spellings).

It is believed that the person who wears a string bracelet or necklace, infused with their own energy, can gain benefits of a better life, fortune and positive influences.

Purchase string bracelets online

This section contains information on a variety of Kabbalah string bracelets, bangles and red string kits.

Find the current collection of available red string and bracelet products available through Amazon.com throughout these pages.

These are from collections of top-rated bracelets in a variety of styles, including crosses, silver and Stars of David from Amazon.com.

 

Red String Original Kabbalah Bracelet From Rachel's Tomb in Israel

This is an Original Red String Kabbalah Bracelet From Rachel's Tomb in Israel. The package includes string from Rachel's Tomb in Israel with enough string to make approximately 6-7 average size bracelets. Inside package are wearing instructions and the Ben Porat Yosef prayer. Sealed package directly from Kabbalah Center and sold by Most Original Gifts & Jewelry.

Four Names Kabbalah Red String Bracelet for Protection

This Kabbalah bracelet is made out of red silk. The cube is 24KT plated and includes four of the 72 Names of God. This Kabbalah Bracelet is approximately 7" in length. Designed by MIZZE Jewelry Made For Luck. Handmade in Israel.

 925 Sterling Silver Red String Kabbalah Bracelet + Hamsa Hand Charm

This strong bracelet has all metal parts made from 925 Sterling Silver. This includes a Kabbalah protection Hand pendant. Length of the strong is 16cm/6.25inch.

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Kabbalah Secret Circles by Robert ZuckerLearn more about the principles of the Kabbalah, and how to construct your own Kabbalah Wheel. Download a free PDF sample from the book "Kabbalah's Secret Circles," by Robert Zucker.


 


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