December 21, 2005

by Reb Yudel
Weavin' World War III Blues

Arutz Sheva reports: Biblical Robe Produced For Use by High Priest in Holy Temple
After much hard work and research, the Techelet (azure blue) robe of the High Priest has been completed by the Temple Institute and it is hoped to be fit to be worn in the Third Temple.

The blue coat, or me'il techelet as it is called in the Torah, sports 72 golden bells alternating with 72 pomegranates attached around its hem, woven of blue, purple, and scarlet wool. A close-up of the robe's hem, with its bells and woven pomegranates.

The project was researched and undertaken by skilled artisans over the past three years. It will join the already completed ephod and choshen (breastplate), featuring the 12 precious stones associated with the 12 tribes of Israel. They are located at the Temple Institute in Jerusalem's Old City, and it is hoped they will be found fit to be used by the High Priest in the third temple.

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Is this the ultimate ALL DRESSED UP AND NOWHERE TO GO, or what?

Posted by: Yori yanover at December 22, 2005 4:27 AM
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