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 is one of two inspired by Kellog's Corn Pops, which originally was known as "Sugar Corn Pops."
4.5" tall and 3.5" wide, across the chest
Yellow wool felt
Hand embroidered with cotton, sparkly Mouliné Étoile, and homemade "plarn" floss
Yellow & black Psalm 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.
This special little golem/et is embroidered with embroidery floss made by Kohenet Ketzirah out of plastic bags that cover the Washington Post for home delivery. Where you see black and yellow -- that is where the words "The Washington Post" appeared on the bag.
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.