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This mezuzah was designed by Dr. J.J. Hurtak and Dr. Desiree Hurtak and given to me to make for you. it has the name of metatron in hebrew on the front and contains the scroll of Deuteronomy chapter 6 inside of it..
On the doorposts of Jewish homes a passerby can likely find a small casing like the one pictured. This ornament is known as a mezuzah (Hebrew, “doorpost”) because it is placed upon the doorposts of the house. As many people incorrectly believe, the mezuzah is not a good-luck charm nor does it have any connection with the lamb’s blood placed on the doorposts in Egypt; rather, it is placed to serve as a constant reminder of G-d’s presence and His commandments to the Jewish people.
The commandment to place a mezuzah on the doorpost is derived from a passage in the Book of Deuteronomy commonly known as the Shema. In this passage, G-d commands the Jewish people to keep His words constantly in mind and heart by (among other things) writing them on the doorposts of their houses.