Who is Rabbi Eliyahu Azulai?

Rabbi Eliyahu Azulai offers enlightenment, good fortune and perhaps even a miracle in his selection of Kabbalah jewelry. Find out who the Rabbi is and what makes this jewelry unique.
Oct. 3, 2008 - PRLog -- Israel — Kabbalah is one particular aspect of Jewish mysticism.  It is associated with meditative, devotional, mystical and magical practices and has traditionally only been taught to a limited number of members.  The Rabbi Azulai Eliyahu is allegedly a descendant of Abraham Azulai, the author of the book Grace to God.  Azulai Eliyahu’s claims that at some point in his early life, he was possessed by mystical powers from heaven.

Now the Rabbi writes special talismans for a variety of people who are dealing with very different problems.  A talisman is an amulet worn around the neck that serves as protection against evil or disease.  Rabbi Azulai Eliyahu writes his own talismans for this special selection of Kabbalah jewelry.  He asks online viewers for personal requests, though he has also categorized his work according to common problems.  Some past testimonials have reported success for overcoming disease, finding a soul mate or good spouse, protecting soldiers in war, winning a court case, improving fertility and prospering financially.

The production process of Kabbalah jewelry and talismans remains esoteric, though the Rabbi does explain the ordering process on his official Kabbalah jewelry website.  Buyers are asked to fill out an online application and provide all necessary personal details that pertain to the request.  Once the Rabbi has read over the request, he will ask the buyer for final approval to proceed.  The Rabbi urges viewers to remember that all Kabbalah jewelry is handmade by him personally and addresses a specific problem; hence the amulet cannot be passed to other people.  

Visit http://www.kabalatalisman.com to learn more.

About Rabbi Eliyahu Azulai: The Rabbi has been practicing Kabala and Kabbalah jewelry making for over 30 years.  He has studied with the Kabbalist Rabbi Yehuda Elizur, from whom he learned the Mystical Teachings, as well as holy Rabbis Moshe Cordova and Moshe Zakota.
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