Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Techelet completed

Arutz Sheva:

After much hard work and research, the Techelet (azure blue) robe of the High Priest has been completed by the Temple Institute and it is hoped to be fit to be worn in the Third Temple...
"This is the first robe woven entirely out of techelet in nearly 2,000 years," Rabbi Chaim Richman of the Temple Institute told Arutz-7...
In the near future, the Institute plans to embark on another major project: the production and supplying of the Torah-specified white garments of the ordinary priests for every male Jewish descendant of Aaron. "Every Kohen from all over the world, will be given the opportunity to register and order his own uniform so that he can be ready to serve in the rebuilt Holy Temple," Richman said...
posted by Yeshiva Orthodoxy
at 2:00 PM

1 Comments:

Blogger Steg (dos iz nit der ┼íteg) said...

Wow! Something by the Temple Institute that isn't so ugly that i'd be embarrassed to have it in the Beit Hamiqdash!

2:10 PM  

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