The majority of the 6th Minyan golem/et were inspired by sugary cereals of my childhood that I usually wasn't allowed to eat. This golem/et is inspired by General Mills Boo Berry cereal. Hidden all over this golem/et are glow-in-the-dark accents to help bring out the ghostly inspiration.
8.75" tall and 7" wide, across the chest
Blueberry eco-felt made from recycled plastic water bottles
Hand embroidered with Perle cotton, sparkly Mouliné Étoile, and glow in the dark floss
Sparkly red bow tie accent and glow-in-the-dark booty freckles
Hidden glow-in-the-dark stitching on front and back
WhitePsalm 33 sigil marking on back shoulder
Scroll (inside) with the final lines of Psalm 33 in Hebrew and evil eye ward
Each golem/et is a handmade one-of-a-kind original - so choose yours carefully.
The golem/et is have the Hebrew word for truth (אמת) inscribed on its chest, which is an inherited practice. The Devotaj Sacred Arts golem/et of the COVID-19 pandemic can be specifically identified by a special symbol on their body. Some have it on each arm, others on their back, belly, or other location. This symbol is a “sigil” a power sigil that represents Psalm 33, which has been used in Jewish history to provide spiritual protection from plague and epidemics and inside each golem is a seed paper scroll with the final lines of Psalm 33 written on it in Hebrew sealed with an evil eye ward pin.