Kabbalah-Judaica is a Perfect World Museum project
The quest for a perfect world, a world without pain or confusion, is very ancient. We can trace its recorded history to the time of Abraham the Patriarch, the founder of The One God Faith.
According to Abraham’s vision, the world has been created from a One, Endless God. Since The Creator is endless and perfect, His creation must be endless and perfect too. That brings us to one of the main pillars of the Monotheistic faiths: Evil, pain and Chaos are temporary and illusive in our universe, while perfection is eternal.
The drive for perfection inspired many people since the days of Abraham, some 4,000 years ago; many of them manifested their dreams in the quest for perfection in the fields of literature, art and science.
Perfect World Museum has been established in order to serve humanity by being a place to present the ideas and the art of those people along the generations who’d used, and are still using, Kabbalah as their language in their quest to achieve a better, more perfect world to all mankind.
This site will present contemporary art of people living and creating in the present in order to support their work and help them fulfill their dreams.
The site will, also, publish works of scholars that do research in this field about artists and scholars of the past and of the present.
Kabbalah-Judaica is a revolutionary retail destination located in the heart of Jerusalem that offers a rare and dynamic collection of relics and replicas rooted in the rich mystical influences of Kabbalah.
Exceptional handcrafted jewelry and works of art are selected and carefully designed according to sacred artifacts stored and treasured in museums, libraries and private collections around the world.
Each piece is supervised by our Rabbinical scholars to ensure that it perfectly conforms to ancient Kabbalistic tradition and wisdom.
Hebrew lettering and/or Kabbalistic symbols on each item, including the holy names of God and angels, promise to bring spiritual forces of good fortune, health and protection to its owner.
We provide detailed documentation with every piece, allowing our customers to understand the significance of their purchase and how to best use it to enhance their lives.
Whether you are looking to heal, improve a relationship, increase prosperity or simply boost positive energy, Perfect World Museum has something unique and special waiting for you.
Let the spirit move you . . . to Perfect World Museum.
Osnat Youdkevitch is the owner of Perfect World Development & Productions Ltd. that Kabbalah-Judaica site belongs to. Osnat was born and raised in Israel. After graduating Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Osnat devoted most of her time designing and producing in the area of Kabbalah.
As a Bezalel graduate, Osnat entered the world of Kabbalah in the early eighties of the last century and took an important part in Israel and in North America in the historical process of rebranding of Kabbalah, its ideas, values and symbols with an innovative modern design. This important process brought back, Kabbalah, its ideas and symbols, to the center stage of global civilization after many years of absence and oblivion. In 2000, Osnat Youdkevitch renewed the ancient art of Kabbalah jewelry and The 72 names of God, when she picked 15 young Israeli jewelry designers and, together, they established a collection of Kabbalah jewelry, some with modern design and some inspired by antique jewelry that can be found in the cellars of the Israel Museum. Today, interest is great and so is the commercial success of Kabbalah jewelry. Kabbalah Jewelry can be found in almost every internet Judaica site in the world and in many jewelry stores.
Few people know about the extensive art of jewelry, embroidery, architecture and painting that developed in many Jewish communities around the world, East and West for thousands of years, inspired by Kabbalah, its values and symbols. Fewer still know how Kabbalah and The Zohar influenced the ideology and symbolism of the art of the Renaissance in Europe of the 14th till the 17th Centuries CE.
The major vision of Osnat and Perfect World Museum she’d established is the return of Kabbalah inspired Art to the center stage of Jewish and World Art and culture. Perfect World Museum site promotes modern art that combines ancient original design motives and in this way it makes the message friendly to the contemporary audience.