This Delicate and Spiritual Star of David Pendant Necklace is a captivating piece that blends elegance with mysticism. 
This petite silver pendant is adorned with the Hebrew spelling of 'Abracadabra,' a word whose etymology holds a profound kabbalistic concept: "I will create as I speak."

The Hebrew letters of 'Abracadabra' are not merely a whimsical phrase but carry a more profound meaning rooted in the belief that the words and letters of the Hebrew alphabet possess the power to create and shape reality. This pendant serves as a tangible reminder of the inherent magic within language and the transformative potential of positive affirmations.

For a personal touch, the back of the sterling silver pendant can be engraved with up to 10 characters of your choice at no additional cost. Whether it's a name, a particular date, or a word of personal significance, this feature makes this pendant uniquely yours.

- Metal Type: 925 Sterling Silver.
- Pendant size: Approx. 0.36" x 0.36" (9 mm x 9 mm).
- The chain is made of 925 silver and is plated with rhodium for a shiny chrome-like appearance.

Each of my pieces comes packaged in a decorative box with a gift bag.
In the box, I include a card that explains the meaning of what is engraved on the jewelry.
69 $
* Enter up to 10 characters on the backside of the pendant - up to 10 characters
Shipments from Israel to all over the world
Collections Women's Jewelry, Personalized engraving, Judaica Jewelry, Bat Mitzvah Gifts,
Catalog Number SMN005A
Material 925 Sterling ,
Warranty 12 Months
Type of gems


โ€˜Evarehkiedabrehโ€™ -I shall create that of which I speak โ€“ I create the reality of my life.
The etymology of this word translates to โ€˜I will create as I speak,โ€™ calling to mind
the kabbalistic notion that the words and letters of the Hebrew alphabet have the
power to create.
Star of David

According to Kabbalah, the Star of David, which is composed of two triangles, represents the opposites within human beings. It symbolizes the duality of good versus evil, spiritual versus material, and more.
The two triangles point in opposite directions. The upward-pointing triangle represents the good deeds in the world that lead to the Garden of Eden, while the downward-pointing triangle represents the return to the material world. 
The Star of David assists in finding a balance between the heavens and the earth, between the spiritual and the material, and grants a sense of protection.

 King David

The Star of David has been mentioned as a Jewish symbol throughout history and Jewish tradition. In the Babylonian Talmud, the Star of David is referred to as a representation of God: โ€˜Blessed are you, Lord, Shield of David.โ€™
King David used the Star of David on his battle shield as a symbol of divine protection.