Tanakh, an acronym derived from the names of the three divisions of the Hebrew Bible: Torah (Instruction, or Law, also called the Pentateuch), Neviʾim (Prophets), and Ketuvim (Writings).
The Torah contains five books: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
The Neviʾim comprise eight books subdivided into the Former Prophets, containing the four historical works Joshua, Judges, Samuel, and Kings; and the Latter Prophets, the oracular discourses of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and the Twelve (Minor) Prophets—Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi. The Twelve were all formerly written on a single scroll and thus reckoned as one book.
The Ketuvim consist of religious poetry and wisdom literature—Psalms, Proverbs, and Job, a collection known as the “Five Megillot” (“scrolls”; i.e., Song of Songs, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, and Esther, which have been grouped together according to the annual cycle of their public reading in the synagogue)—and the books of Daniel, Ezra and Nehemiah, and Chronicles.
Jewish tradition holds that "Moses received the Torah from Sinai," yet there is also an ancient tradition that the Torah existed in heaven not only before God revealed it to Moses, but even before the world was created.
In rabbinic literature, it was taught that the Torah was one of the six or seven things created prior to the creation of the world. According to Eliezer ben Yose the Galilean, for 974 generations before the creation of the world the Torah lay in God's bosom and joined the ministering angels in song. Simeon ben Lakish taught that the Torah preceded the world by 2,000 years and was written in black fire upon white fire. Akiva called the Torah "the precious instrument by which the world was created". Rav said that God created the world by looking into the Torah as an architect builds a palace by looking into blueprints. It was also taught that God took council with the Torah before He created the world.
The Torah nano medallion has upon it the entire text in Hebrew. The pages as well as the large Star of David are bordered with tiny lenses and the background is made up of a colorful diffractive grating. Under different light sources the medallion will color shift.
Each medallion are nano-engraved with the nano texts along with billions of diffractive elements to shape light and produce beautiful colors under point source lights. It is made of sterling silver covered with a watch crystal so the medallion will never rust or easily scratched. We stand by it with a lifetime guarantee, no questions asked. We want you to enjoy it and pass it on for generations as a nano keepsake.
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Many of the written text are too small to read without optical visual aids. We have made it more convenient for you by including with every medallion, a QR code that you can scan on any smartphone and read every word and see every detail on the medallion. It's also a great way to share and show off your wearable technology. Most people won't believe until they see the viewer in action.
To view all the colors of the diffractive patterns, look under a point source light such as an LED, halogen, or even the sun. Diffractive patterns work like a prism and break light into different spectrums or colors and works best when light comes from a single direction.