This article is about the history of the Prayer Shawl (Palil/tallit). The name for it in Spanish is El Manto de Oración. At a young age, we became curious about the shawl. The only people we saw wearing it were apostles and rabbis. We knew nothing of the prayer shawl before joining TLC, 13 Love Community Private on Google+.
Ninesun Amaru Bey created TLC. He explained the importance of using the Prayer Shawl when communicating with The Most Highs during our palil sessions. Ninesun made posts on his Twitter page, @Da13thSun, about the Prayer Shawl.
Posts about the Prayer Shawl Ninesun made on his Twitter page @Da13thSun:
August 27, 2016
Yawl don’t see the signs. Serpent and Rainbow, The shaman Priest was covered up with a Palil Prayer Shawl. Hints in every movie 9.13.
January 22, 2016
Let me walk out in my Palil Apostle Prayer Shawl like Christ & represent like a Real Righteous Warrior of TMH’s Perfect Model/Mode of EL.
September 28, 2015
So-called Jews call them Talit/Yeshua Apostle Shawls or prayer shawl. Ta=Land: Lit=Light real Enlightened Beings.
August 11, 2015
Close Ye Eyes, if you under your Prayer Shawl this is easy b/c Ye in PRIVATE with TMH’s as was told by Yeshua & Elders. 13love.
July 21, 2015
Sitting outside under the Moon, Under my Tent Apostle Prayer Shawl aka PALIL or Tallit. Always giving praise & honor To TMH 13LOVE.
What is the Tzitzit?
The story of Moses explains what the Talit or Prayer Shawl means. Moses received instructions from the Lord, telling him to put fringes on the hems or borders of the garment. You will see blue on the edges of the Talit, which serves as a reminder of the Ten Commandments. Today, you will see purple or pink on the fringes of the Talit. It reminds you to follow the laws and obey them.
The Jews wear the El Manto de Oración or Prayer Shawl as a spiritual practice. You will find the information on the Torah, Number 15. The shawl has a rectangular shape with parallel stripes across the ends. The name of fringes at the end of the tallit is “tzitzit.” You will find them at the four corners of the shawl with a blue cord blended in the tassels.
Plus, the tallit has a neckband called Atarah, which has the Hebrew prayer (palil) you recite before donning the garment. You can only make the shawl with wool, linen, silk, or polyester. Tying the tzitzit is a specialized form of macramé, an ancient art of tying knots. Sailors use this skill to decorate the tools of their trade.
The Atarah or neckband of the Prayer Shawl
You will feel The Most Highs protection of the Prayer shawl when reciting the Traditional and Mesianic Blissings. But, please do not say them out loud.
Baruch atah Adonai, Eloheinu, melekh ha’alam asher, kiddeshanu bemitsvotav vetsivamu lehitattef batsitsit.
Baruch atah Adonai, Eloheinu, Melokh ha’alam asher milla et kol hatorah biyashu hamashiahikissa et kulanu vetsedkato.
P.S. If you have sacred writings inscribed on your tallit, please do not take it into the bathroom. In ancient communities, many synagogues had a tallit rack outside the restrooms with a sign that tells you to remove your Prayer Shawl before entering.
Everyone should have the garment of The Most Highs with him or her for prayer (palil) time and protection. You will recognize the righteous children by the garments they wear.
Our beloved Rabbi Ninesun Amaru Bey placed a blissing in all the prayer shawls. If you need one, you can buy it here: http://tarosemry13.bigcartel.com/. While you are there, you can shop for Prayer (Palil) rugs and meditation beads to keep your connection to The Most Highs.
Reporting for TLCNews13,
Melinda Bey of http://aromaoilganics.com/
Twitter: @aromaoilganics @MelindaBey913 Google Plus: Aromaoilganics