In Parasha Vaera, Moses and Aaron unsuccessfully attempt to convince the Pharaoh to free the enslaved Jewish nation. They perform miracles, turningthe Nile to blood, bringing on the plague of frogs, lice, and insects.
But Pharaoh will not let them go.
Tallit Band I
Aaron performs his first miracle, turning his rod into a serpent before Pharaoh.
Translation of Hebrew (Exodus 7 10):
"And Moses and Aaron went in unto Pharaoh, and they did so, as the Lord had commanded; and Aaron cast down his rod before Pharaoh… and it became a serpent."
Tallit Band II
Aaron stands by the Nile, rod lifted, about to smote it and turn it to blood. Moses stands nearby, arms lifted to God in prayer.
Translation of Hebrew (Exodus 7, 20):
"And…Aaron did as the Lord commanded: and he lifted up the rod, and smote the waters that were in the river, in the site of the Pharaoh…and all the waters that were in the river were turned into blood."
The neckband of the tallit is decorated with the traditional blessing, hand painted with gold-outlined, crowned, Hebrew lettering.
The tallit is shown on a background of cream wool blend. The tallit tzitziot (threads) are handspun.
A matching tallit bag, tefillin bag and yarmulke are also available. The tallit bag is made of cream wool blend and has a strip of painted silk running horizontally.
The tallit and all items are handmade.
Customizable tallit options:
Cream Wool - a cream colored wool blend.
White Polyester - a light weight white crease resistant polyester.
Small 18” x 60”, 45 x 150 cm.
Medium 22” x 72”, 55 x 180 cm.
Large 30” x 80”, 75 x 200 cm.
White - Standard white threads for the tzitziot.
Blue - Each tzitzit has three white threads and one authentic blue thread.