Yom Kippur is one of the most important holidays of the Jewish calendar, also called Judgment Day, the Day of Forgiveness, or the Day of Atonement. The Jews believe that on the first day of the new year (Rosh Hashanah Feast), the destiny of a man for the following year is determined. In the next ten days, a person can improve his or her future by repenting of sins. During this time, it is necessary to have time to pay debts, fulfill all the promises made and make peace with all the people with whom you are in a quarrel. On the coin in the lower-left corner, there is a dove with a branch - a symbol of peace.
The day before the holiday is supposed to eat a lot of delicious food to prepare for the day's fast. Before the fasting, candles are lit in the house. At this time, it is customary to wear white as a sign of purity of intentions.
Kapparot is one of the ancient traditions of Yom Kippur. It is a rite of rotation of a chicken or a rooster above the head - during this, the bird absorbs human sins. The ritual ends with the sacrifice of the bird. Nowadays, instead of chicken, Jews often use money which they then give to charity organizations or give to poor people.
This is one of the most revered holidays, that's why there is a coin for this holiday in the collection. The coin is made of silver and weighs 1 ounce. The coin is also decorated with a real Opal stone, which is placed to the right of the Walking Liberty. It is made in the shape of the Star of David and shines beautifully. This coin can be a reminder of this holiday in your collection or an original sign of reconciliation if you want to restore a relationship with someone.
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My friends loved themReview by Darin (Posted on August 04, 2020)
I got a set for my personal collection and as a gift for a few Jewish friends. They loved them and so do I.