Ka Gold Jewelry Presents Peace Jewelry Made in Israel: The Land of Conflicts

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David Weitzman designs peace jewelry based on sacred geometry from Israel, the land of conflicts, for Ka-Gold-Jewelry.com.

From Israel, a land filled with a history of conflict, David Weitzman designs and creates jewelry with an emphasis on peace and sacred knowledge from various religions and cultures. Weitzman’s creations are offered through Ka Gold Jewelry (http://www.Ka-Gold-Jewelry.com), and each individual piece of jewelry stems from his vast knowledge in the fields of Kabbalah, sacred geometry, Egyptian wisdom, Jewish tradition, Tibetan Buddhism, and other sacred concepts.

The unique and spiritual nature of Weitzman’s creations embodies an essence of peace and strives to reveal a truth about human identity and the nature of reality. The goal of Ka Gold Jewelry is to design “peace jewelry” to help people rid themselves of the chaos, fear, and hatred which are so prevalent in the world today. Weitzman’s jewelry is designed from sacred geometry concepts with a hope of building bridges between all religious faiths. The sacred jewelry is used to promote love, self-development, and wholeness.

The fact that these symbols of peace come from the land of Israel, which is no stranger to conflict, gives Weitzman’s jewelry an even deeper foundation in his hope to bring peace and harmony through his work. To Weitzman, “Israel is a mirror of the entire humanity.” He feels that “Israel radiates on the whole world, and is meant to teach the world a lesson [of] patience.” Weitzman learns his own lessons of balance and patience from the people of Israel, and it’s those lessons that he strives to symbolize through his spiritual jewelry creations found at http://www.ka-gold-jewelry.com.

About David Weitzman and Ka Gold Jewelry

David Weitzman is the force behind Ka Gold Jewelry. He has dedicated himself in a search for sacred knowledge for many years. In 1998, Weitzman began making the Merkaba Pendant. The public response to that piece, telling him how much the pendant helped to change people’s lives, encouraged him to continue creating these symbols of peace, and distributing them worldwide.

For more information, please visit http://www.ka-gold-jewelry.com.


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