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Symbolism in „Purim“– by Erik Kučera
On the left side above one sees the Star of David with a path representing the way to freedom through the golden door. One sees the numbers of 13 and 14 along the path. 13 is representative of the 13th of Adar which is the day that Haman chose for the extermination of the Jews. The number 14 is for the 14th of Adar, which is the day that Purim is celebrated.
In the middle is our herorine Esther, with brilliant hair and beautiful skin. Her eyes are shining brightly as she celebrates the freedom of her people to survive Haman’s decree. On her ear one sees an earring she wears which is made in the shape of a Hamantasche. She who mad the future possible for those who were sentanced to death, is part future herself, represented in the universe which makes up part of her face.
Above on the right side we see a Mask which is used as part of the celebration today of the Purim Festival.
Below right we see a symbol of the number 15 shown both just numerically and also a dial using the numbers 1 and 5. This number is symbolic of the 15ht of Adar which is when Purim is celebrated in Jerusalem.