Why Wear the Tallit?

為什麼穿繸子

Scripture reference about Tzitzit

Numbers 15:37-41; Dvarim 22:12

15:37 And YEHOVAH (יהוה) speak to Mosheh, saying:

Tzitziyot on the Tallit 一根藍細帶子

15:38

Daber el-Benei Yisrael veamarta alehem veasu lahem Tzitzit al-kanfei vigdeihem ledortam venatnu al-Tzitzit hakanaf petil tekhelet:

"Speak to the children of Yisrael: Tell them to make tassels on the corners of their garments throughout their generations, and to put a blue thread in the tassels of the corners.

你吩咐以色列人、叫他們世世代代在衣服邊上作繸子、又在底邊的繸子上、釘一根藍細帶子你吩咐以色列人、叫他們世世代代在衣服邊上繸子、又在底邊的繸子上、釘一根藍細帶子

15:39

Vehayah lakhem leTzitzit ureitem oto uzekhartem et-kol-mitzvot YEHOVAH vaasitem otam velo-taturu akharei levavkhem veakharei eineikhem asher-atem zonim akhareihem:

And it shall be to you for a Tzitzit, that you may look upon it, and remember all the commandments of YEHOVAH and do them; and that you seek not after your own heart and your own eyes, after which you played the harlot:

你們佩帶這繸子、好叫你們看見記念遵行耶和華一切的命令、不隨從自己的心意、眼目、行邪淫、像你們素常一樣

15:40

Lemaan tizkeru vaasitem et-kol-mitzvotai vihyitem kedoshim leloheikhem:

That you may remember, and do all My Mitzvot, and be set apart to your Elohim.

使你們記念遵行我一切的命令、成為聖潔、歸與你們的 神。

15:41

ANI YEHOVAH Eloheikhem asher hotzeti etkhem meeretz mitzrayim lihyot lakhem lelohim ANI YEHOVAH Eloheikhem:

I AM YEHOVAH  your Elohim, which brought you out of the land of Mitzrayim, to be your Elohim: I AM YEHOVAH your Elohim .

我是耶和華你們的 、曾把你們從埃及地領出來、要作你們的 我是耶和華你們的 

Devarim 22:11 You shall not wear a garment of divers sorts, [as] of woollen and linen together. )

Dvarim 22:12 You shall make thee gedilim (fringes, tzitzt, twisted threads) upon the four quarters of your vesture, wherewith you coverest yourself.

Malakhi 4:2 But to you that fear My Name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in His wings; and you shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall.

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Tzitzit in Yehoshua's Ministry

Tzitzit or tzitzis (Hebrew: Biblical ציצת Modern ציצית) are "fringes" or "tassels" Kraspedon (greek) the edge of His cloak, the hem of garment.

Mattiyahu 23:5 Everything they do is done to be seen by others; for they make their t'fillin broad and their tzitziyot long,

Mark 6:56  Wherever he went, in towns, cities or country, they laid the sick in the marketplaces. They begged him to let them touch even the tzitzit on his robe, and all who touched it were healed.

Mark 5:25-43

5:25 Among them was a woman who had had a hemorrhage for twelve years

5:26 and had suffered a great deal under many physicians. She had spent her life savings; yet instead of improving, she had grown worse.

5:27 She had heard about Yehoshua, so she came up behind Him in the crowd and touched His robe;

5:28 for she said, "If I touch even his clothes, I will be healed."

5:29 Instantly the hemorrhaging stopped, and she felt in her body that she had been healed from the disease.

5:30 At the same time, Yehoshua, aware that power had gone out from Him, turned around in the crowd and asked, "Who touched my clothes?"

5:31 His talmidim responded, "You see the people pressing in on you; and still you ask, `Who touched me?'"

5:32 But He kept looking around to see who had done it.

5:33 The woman, frightened and trembling, because she knew what had happened to her, came and fell down in front of him and told him the whole truth.

5:34 "Daughter," He said to her, "your trust has healed you. Go in peace, and be healed of your disease."

5:35 While He was still speaking, people from the synagogue official's house came, saying, "Your daughter has died. Why bother the rabbi any longer?"

5:36 Ignoring what they had said, Yehoshua told the synagogue official, "Don't be afraid, just keep trusting."

5:37 He let no one follow him except Kefa, Ya`akov and Yochanan, Ya`akov's brother.

5:38 When they came to the synagogue official's house, he found a great commotion, with people weeping and wailing loudly.

5:39 On entering, he said to them, "Why all this commotion and weeping? The child isn't dead, she's just asleep!"

5:40 And they jeered at him. But He put them all outside, took the child's father and mother and those with Him, and went in where the child was.

5:41 Taking her by the hand, he said to her, "Talita, kumi!"

5:42 At once the girl got up and began walking around; she was twelve years old. Everybody was utterly amazed.

5:43 He gave them strict orders to say nothing about this to anyone, and told them to give her something to eat.

 

 

Methods of tying the Tzitzit :

Karaite Gedilim (chain) method http://www.karaite-korner.org/tzitzit.shtml The first is that the Karaites do not take the Tanach literally but rather require that every interpretation stand up to the same objective scrutiny regardless of its source. The Karaite do not use Techelet that is from Murex snail which is derive from unclean animal.

Karaite (卡拉派猶太信徒) interpretation of the Gedilim Tzitzit

           

A closer look at the passage in Numbers 15,37-41 shows that the command of Tzitzit applies only to clothing, as the passage specifically states "And they will make for themselves Tzitzit on the corners of their garments" (Nu 15,38). The Biblical Hebrew word for garments (BeGeD) relates to something that is worn as clothing. The Torah does not state which dye must be used to create the blue strings. Any dye that produces the color blue is sufficient. The strings of the Tzitzit are to be tied into a chain-like knot and placed on the corners of four-cornered garments. This is commanded in Dt 22,12 which states "Chains [Gedilim, cf.1Ki 7,17] shall you make for yourself on the four corners of your clothing, with which you cover yourself with." The chain-like knots can be made in any number of ways. The important thing is that they have the appearance of links in a chain (Gedilim) and that they include at least one blue strand. The word Tzitzit itself literally means a "braid, plait" as in the verse "and took me by a plait (KJV: lock) of mine head". Thus the design of the Tzitzit must be like that of a braid/plait of hair which is the same design as the links in a chain.

Ebionite tzitzit

The modern Ebionite Movement distinguishes between tzitziyot (fringe) and p'tiylot (strings, cords) the latter being all tekhelet, or sky-blue derived from any source containing dibromoindigo. Any shade or variation from greenish blue, to turquoise, and darker, or a range naturally occurring in the dyeing is acceptable. Any style of knots and windings is allowable however most use the most typical 7-8-11-13 configuration. Garments must have both fringe and cords to satisfy the commandment as interpreted by Ebionites. In addition to the talit or talit katan, the p'tiylot might be tied into a long black scarf.

The Shamash method of tying the Tzitzit

The Shamash is the Techelet cord of blue that wraps the white thread and it is the longest among the white cords.

http://www.tekhelet.com/diagrams/Standard781113TyingDiagram2.pdf

Interpretation 1

YHVH ECHAD

*7+8=15, which in Hebrew is written yod-hay,

11=vav+hay, the third

13= the last set of windings, is equivalent in value to the word "echad" which means "one."

*7 Some interpret the 7 is to represent the 7 attribute of HaShem Chesed – lovingkindness; Gevurah – severity or strength; Tiferet – beauty compassion; Netzach – victory or triumph; Yesod – foundation or intimacy. EL HAI,  EL SHADDAI; Malchut – kingdom or majesty  

Interpretation 2

Take the sum of the first three numbers (7+8+11) and equate that with Hashem's Name, then the 13 which remain can also be interpreted to reflect the 13 attributes of Hashem, as articulated by Moses Maimonides and set to verse in the Yigdal.

Interpretation 3

The Gematria value of the word "Tzitzit" (tzadi-yod-tzitzit-yod-taf) is 600. To this we add the eight strands plus the five knots, totaling 613 in all. 8 Strands + 5 knots = 613 Mitzvot

Interpretation 4

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Kosher Dying Process

Zipporah Reshel sells the Plant Base dyed - Indigo 靛藍

Tie your own Tzitzit tassels with these beautifully hand dyed cords. Dyed with  natural Indigo (plant based.) These cords are dyed with a clean plant base dye according to leviticus 11 we do not use animal  based dyes on our cords, such as the snail dyes that are used by other merchants.The reason Indigo is so favored among believers today is that it is a clean alternative to the unkosher snail (Murex trunculus) dye commonly used. (Lev 11:11-12) It is the same exact chemical make-up of the traditionally used snail dye, except instead of deriving from the blood of an unclean sea creature, it is made from the natural Indigo plant Indigofera Tinctoria.

Indigofera Tinctoria.

The Techelet resembles the color of the sea, and the sea the sky…(Men. 43b). Elohim said: I have distinguished in Egypt between the drop of [semen that was to become] a firstborn and that of a non-firstborn, I will exact retribution from he who attaches kela ilan (Indigofera Tinctoria) to his cloth and claims it is tekhelet (Baba Metzia 61b).It is noted by the rabbinates that "Kela Ilan" (Indigofera Tinctoria) has consistently been identified as indigo (Aruch), which is blue. The blue dye obtained from the Murex trunculus snail is molecularly equivalent to the dye obtained from the kela ilan plant. (Royal Purple, p.175; Sterman, p.66) 

Other means of commercial Dye  extraction derive from plants

Buy it at this site

http://www.woad.org.uk/html/dye_and_seed.html

You can grow woad plants as the above seeds, a year old Woad plant and the dyed in powder form. at this site - click here.

What is Woad? 菘藍染料 Sōng lán rǎnliào

It is a species of plant that could be use for making dyed cloth and also use for woad watercolour paint. Woad dye was used during the Ancient days in the Middle east region. The mature leaves of Woad yellow colour could use to produce the dye, while the roots of the Woad could use as Traditional Chinese medication 板藍根; pinyin: bǎn lán gēn or Indigowoad Root for healing cancer, flu and inflamation detoxic. It is identical colour and the chemical composition similar to the dye of the Murex snail and Kela-ilan (Indigofera Tinctoria 菘蓝 Isatis tinctoria ). Woad (or glastum) as the common name, is a flowering plant in the family Brassicaceae. It is commonly called dyer's woad, and sometimes incorrectly listed as Isatis indigotica (a newer and invalid name for the same plant) It is occasionally known as Asp of Yerushalayim. See how the woad extraction of dye

DISCLAIMED:- It is yet to be known and if whether have been certified if it could be consider as kosher 犹太教洁食律法 since it is plant substance.

Below is a simple illustration on how to tie the tzitzit 穿

Tying the Tzitzit are by Jewish men. Before proceed tying the Tzitzit or even wearing Tallit - wash your hand clean. Ensure the Tallit place on clean place free from any unclean stuff. According to the Halakhic, the tzitzit should be tied by a man so to be fully appreciate the Commandment and exhibit his full belief in HaShem. Female's refrain When in stage niddah avoid tying the Tzitzit.

Fixed loop on Tzitzit recommended

This way is the fixed looping on the Talit corner. I usually prefer this method which is more proper way.

This is a half hitch wrap

This is a half knot.

Loop Method Option not recommended

Begin with by making a loop.

Step 1 Measure the length from the bottom edge of the Tallit which has a hole where the Tallit will latch through.

Step 2 You have to make the loop which is two times that length. For instance the measurement from the bottom of the hem to the hole is usually 2 inches then the measurement  of the top should be 4 inches. use hairpin to pull through the hole. Then tie 2 half knots.

 

Sephardic Style Instruction

  1. Take three white cords and one blue cord Longer than the three white cords known as shamash about 4 feetlong /64 inches each. Feed trough corner hole bringing equal measures on both sides. (1 Feet = 16 inches each). Note that the blue cord does not fate coloured becomes invalid.The Rabbinical tzitzit of the white thread length each is about 24 inch + 18 inch.
  2. Using all the cords, tie 2 half knots at the egde of the garment. Then take on of the blue cords, and make 10 half hitch wraps around all thother cords. tighten the wraps and making sure each wrap is snug against the previous wrap so its uniform and even 10=Yod (Y)
  3. Tie 2 half knots, take the other longer blue cord and make 5 half hitch wraps around all the other cords. 5=Hey (H)
  4. Tie 2 half knots, take the longer blue cord and make 6 half hitch wraps around all the other cords. 6=Waw (W)
  5. Tie 2 half knots, take the longer blue cord and make 5 half hitch wraps around all the other cords 5=Hey (H)
  6. Tie 2 half knots, to finish the tassel, then cut then  cut the ends to desired length. If you prefer you can make a knot on the end of each cord to prevent fraying.
  7. 5 Half knots plus 8 cords=13. Tzitzit in Hebrew has the numerical value of 600. Add these two numbers and you get 613 which is the number of symbolizing the commandments of YEHOVAH. When ever you make and wear your Tzitzits on the corners of your garments that you cover yourself with you are obedient to the Word of

Ashkenaz / Chabad / Ar"l Radzyn style are done the exact same wrapping only the wrap counts are 7-8-11-13 half hitch wraps

 Please remember that you MUST say “L’Shem Mitzvat Tzitzit” before putting the strings in to the hole of the talit and also when tying the knots !  

The Artscroll Siddur describes : I am ready* to wrap my body in Tzitzits, so may my soul, my two hundred forty-eight organs (positive commandments) and my three hundred sixty-five sinews, be wrapped in the illuminations of Tzitzit which has the numerical value of six hundred thirteen (Negatives commandments).

This symbolizes the principles that man was created to perform Hashem's will. The total number of sinews and organs in man, and the total of Divine commandments are each six hundred thirteen, a number symbolized by the commandment of Tzitzit ציצת

z=90 Yuh=10 Z=90 Yuh=10 Tav= 400 totaling 600 the 5 knots and 8 threads of each fringe make up the other 13. By wrapping our bodies in the tallis, we dedicate ourselves totally to the task of serving Hashem. This Prayer below represents the concept that Hashem protects those who serve Him.

 

 

Cover your head - Kippah

 Saying a Blessing

Baruch Atah YEHOVAH ELOHEINU Melekh HaOlam

Asher kidishanu b'mitzvotav v'tzivanu la'asot Tzitzit.

Blessed are You YEHOVAH ELOHEINU King of the Universe

Who sanctified us with His commandments and commanded us to tie the Tzitzit

Please remember that before tying begins a Hebrew blessing you MUST say “L’Shem Mitzvat Tzitzit” (meaning for the sake of the Commandment of Tzitzit) before putting the strings in to the hole of the Talit and also on every tying every two knots!

 

Items use for working on tying Tzitzit

Tekhelet (תכלת) hyakinthinos

(Septuagint as hyakinthinos Greek: ακίνθινος, blue) Blue for the Tzitzit

The above picture is Tekhelet color dye originate from Yisrael

Alternative choice commercial blue and white thread

The post-it recite blessing guide adhesive on clipboard

I use the mini clip board,hair pin, Bostik Blue Tack re-usable adhesive at the back of the mini clip board, so as to stay anchored and firmly that does not wobble while in the process of tying the Tzitzit and the wall hook for looped over Tzitzit. If you are typing on the Tallit corner, you need the large paper clip. The numbers are measured in inches for the width of talit hole for making loop over Tzitzit. recite Blessing reading guide - head-covering

The blue and white Tzitzit which I have learn how to tie the Tzitzit. The Blue thread single out the three white is the shamash, which represent Yehoshua who is the Living Torah.Next to it is the key chain Metzah the colourful rainbow tzitzit is one which I bought it from Cambodia not to be mistaken as the biblical tzitzit, it is not tzitzit.

The four Tzitzit all in line same direction and the Atarah arrow pointing toward the Tzitzit - to place on the shoulder as the tzitzit hanging toward you so that you can hold on the 4 tzitzit while reciting the blessing of putting on Tallit --> Before reciting the blessing remember to check the Atarah, fringes, Tzitzit ensure they are not worn out or faded Tzitzit are invalid.

BARUCH ATAH YEHOVAH ELOHEINU MELEKH HAOLAM ASHER KID'SHANU B'MITZVOTAV V-TZIVANU L'HI-TA-TAIF BA-TZITZIT
Blessed Art You, YEHOVAH Eloheinu, King of the Universe, who makes us set apart with commandments, and has commanded us to wrap ourselves in the Tzitzit.

Kiss the end of Atarah where the last word of the blessing is embroidered, and then a beginning where the first word is.

Wrap the tallit around your shoulders, holding it over your head for a moment of private meditation.

Adjust the tallit on your shoulders comfortably

Tallit טלית

Beware

In order for tallitot to considered to be Kosher, It cannot be made of a mix of wool and linen. It should be created out of one type of fabric, for example all wool or all cotton. The Tallitot and tzitzit must be of the same type of material, either all wool or all cotton. Ensure to check the tzitzit, or fringes, each morning to ensure they are knotted and tight prior to putting the tallit on. Should there be any of the strings that are broken should be replaced before using it. If more than one string is missing the tallit is no longer kosher. If the knots have unraveled, the tallit is still kosher, it is best to get the knots tightened as soon as possible. 

You should be careful not to bring the tallit into the bathroom with you! many synagogues have a tallit rack outside of the bathroom, if you see a room in a synagogue with a sign that tells you to remove your tallit before entering, you can safely assume that the room is a bathroom!

 

Messianic Tzitzitot

 Rambam (First Hulya) Tekhelet Tying Method

Tekhelet Tying Tools Home Page

How to don and fold your Tallit?

This is a how to video on the proper use of donning the Tallit, reciting the prayer blessing in Hebrew and then how to properly fold it to store in your Talis bag.

More information about Tzitzit from Wikipedia

 

Katan

The tallit was actually derived from a piece of clothing called the tallit katan, or the arba kanfot, which literally means four corners. The tallit katan, in turn, is a piece of undergarment, worn like a regular T-shirt underneath regular clothing (however, the tallit katan is never directly worn next to the skin, so basically another piece of clothing should be used underneath it). It is a special four-cornered garment, similar to a poncho, called a tallit katan ("little tallit"), so that they will have the opportunity to fulfill this important mitzvah all day long. The tallit katan is worn under the shirt, with the tzitzit hanging out so they can be seen.

Murex Trunculus Shell to produce dye

Ptil Tekhelet Foundation - The common thread uniting our Jewish past, present and future

Vayikra (Lev) 11:29-31 [*p97N6] Tamei unclean

*11:29 These also shall be tamei to you among the creeping things that creep upon the earth; the weasel, and the mouse, and the tortoise after his kind,

*11:30 And the ferret, and the chameleon, and the lizard, and the snail, and the mole.

*11:31 These are tamei to you among all that creep: whosoever does touch them, when they be dead, shall be tamei until the Erev(ערב).

*11:31 These are tamei to you among all that creep: whosoever does touch them, when they be dead, shall be tamei until the Erev (ערב).

Uncleaness that settles upon or when one touches --->Wash remain unclean until evening

Vayikra 11:24-43

Notice that Pearls / margarites / margaros derive from oyster are use for 12 gates

Revelation 21:21  And the twelve gates were twelve pearls – each one of the gates was a single pearl. And the street of the city was clean gold, like transparent glass.

 

Chilazon

Other means of obtain the colour dye from a type of cuttlefish call Hillazon  “The hillazon is this: its body is like the sea, its creation is like fish, it comes up once in seventy years and with its blood one dyes tekhelet - consequently it is expensive”.(Menacchott 44a) read more from this article http://www.tekhelet.com/pdf/braita.pdf The fishers of the hillazon are from Haifa to Tzur (Tyre). (Shabbat 26a). How are dye made? http://www.tekhelet.com/criteria.htm

The Transformation of Tallitot: How Jewish Prayer Shawls Have Changed Since Women Began Wearing Them  Rebecca Shulman Herz

Explanation of how tekhelet was discovered and made from the Murex trunculus

The Temple Institute: In Search of the Tola'at Shani - the Crimson Worm

Tekhelet Historial Timeline

Do we know the Tekhelet - by Levi Kitrossky

Why is this Garment Special?

100% Cotton Handmade Jewish TZITZIT 1 Set of 4 TZITZIT For Sale

How To Put On Tefillin - from HaSOFER.com

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Ancient Tefillin Wrap


The ancient method of wrapping Tefillin, as preserved by
the Banei Abir clan of Habbani Yemenite Jewry

This method of tying the tefillin In Paleo Hebrew :- Habbani Yemenite Jewry. The wearing of the stripe on the upper arm is the Hebrew letter of Shin (W). Notice the yad tefillin is worn close to heart, the word of Elohim must be in my heart, practice and do it. The chanting is Adon Olam (Master of the Universe). Tefillin are worn by Jewish male only
 

 

http://www.torathmoshe.com/

The Tephillin are written on authentic qelaph parchment from skins that were processed precisely according to Talmud, Geonim and RaMBaM. They are written by kosher, expert, HaShem-fearing soferim (scribes) in the writing-style of the traditional Sefaradi-Eastern Communities

The instruction and how the tefillin to be made: Devarim (Deu) 6:4-9; Inside the two boxes contain Kosher Animal skin :- Devarim 11:13-21; Shemot (Exodus) 1:1-10; 4th parchment Shemot 13:11-14

Rosh (Head) Tefillin has 4 compartments, at the side of the tefillin has the Hebrew letter Shin meaning Shadai "Almighty"

the Yad (arm) Tefillin (wear) on weaker arm does not have compartment only have all the scripture fits in a box.

The "sign" in Hebrew meaning literal tangible sign. and practice in sod level or spiritual understanding. To recite the SHEMA one must have the Tefillin on.


 

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