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Barely there contemporary design, perfect symmetry. The cable is easily removed and the pendant can be suspended by bring it through the middle, or through one of the tips - see photos. Whether your interest in geometry, contemporary minimalism, alchemy, Kabbalah or
other esoteric disciplines, this is a beautiful piece.

The *Merkaba is a mystical symbol found in a number of sources, including Old Testament & Kabbalah, meditating on this shape is said to promote a harmonious feeling and confidance.

The Torah mentions the Merkavah (Hebrew spelling) saying it has 2 meanings: ''chariot,'' or a vehicle; the other ''Throne of God'' combining both meanings is the definition of Merkavah. Some people say the Bible mentions it in the reference to Ezekiel and the wheels by which he ascended into heaven (but I haven't verified this for myself).

Mer-ka-ba is usually considered an Egyptian word, but it appears in Hebrew as well. English versions of the Bible translate it as “chariot”. Hebrew letters spelling the word Mer-ka-ba are Mem-Resh-Caph-Beth, from the root word, Resh-Caph-Beth, meaning to “ride”. Mer-ka-ba, and two related words, mer-kab and re-kev, are usually translated as “chariot”, or sometimes as “wagon”, but they really are equivalent to the English word “vehicle”, or “conveyance”, that is, something that transport you somewhere. This root has come down in modern Hebrew in the word rakevet, which means “railroad”.

In Ancient Egypt, the polyhedron was called the Mer-Ka-Ba: 3 words, not one. Mer meant a kind of light rotating within itself. Ka meant spirit, the human spirit. And Ba meant the human body — though it also could mean a concept of Reality that spirit holds. The entire word in ancient Egypt referred to a rotating light that would take the spirit and the body from one world into another.

18 inch sterling silver cable and pendant.
Merkaba measures 1/2 inch wide
The sterling cable is delicate and not intended for heavy beads. Store it flat because when cable is bent a slight kink will form.

*The Merkaba is a polyhedron. Enter the term in search, along with 'polyhedron merkaba'. Sacred geometry, math, & mysticism for days.

Sterling silver Merkaba, sacred geometry, Kabbalah