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The Incense Spices

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Learn about the spices used in the incense!  

In this booklet, you will read about the spices used in the incense, their roots, the ways they were used, and special attributes they were seen as having, and with the exquisite pictures included, get a sense of the spices as we know them today. 

You will learn about Balsam, Clove, Galbanum, Frankincense, Myrrh, Cassia, Spikenard, Saffron, Costus, Muscat Nut Bark & Cinnamon.

Properties of the incense.  These properties are not inherent in the incense but rather are blessings derived from God when connecting to the symbolism of these ingredients.  Blessings do not come from things but only from God.

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The Incense Spices

Excerpt

"The study of the spices that were used for incense in the Temple is fascinating.  For hundreds of years researchers have tried to decipher the mysteries of the spices- what is their source, and how did they reach the Temple.  Thousands of years ago they followed the famous Silk Road from distant China, from Tibet and India, by way of Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Siberia, Buchara, through the Caucasus and Russia, to Rome, Turkey, to Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and of course to the Land of Israel.  From ancient times and for thousands of years afterward, the Spice path served as a route for precious spices, and was an important economic center."

14 pages packed full of valuable & interesting information!

This booklet is written by Issachar, a gentleman who lives in Shiloh Israel.  Issachar named his company Tuvia, after his brother who died; Tuvia means "God is Good."  Issachar studies the scriptures and ancient writings to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this booklet.  He has a small shop and is committed to preparing people for the building of the 3rd temple.

Written & Printed in Israel

Imported from Israel