The Western Wall

Send a pray to the Western Wall - Hakotel - Jerusalem

Place a note in the Western Wall - Ha-kotel

The Western Wall on Mount Moriah is the gate to G-d, a place where the Shekinah (spirit of G-d) always lines up, prayers are fulfilled and wishes become reality.

Prayers and wishes expressed at the Western Wall orally or written on the letter hidden between its stones - reach the upper sefirot (Kabbalah) and are heard there. Placing a personal note between the Western Wall stones is an action that connects the physical world to the spiritual world. This is the way to reach the creator of the world, G-d.

Millions of worshipers and visitors visit the Western Wall every year: religious and secular jews, as well as people of other religions, boys and girls, men and women, babies and olds. Everyone prays for health, livelihood, marriage, fertility, healthy birth, peace, wealth, happiness and more.

Writing a letter to G-d has no language, style, or word limit. Every pray is heard by G-d. Allow yourself to write anything and may your pray be accepted and fulfilled.

We want to serve you in this sensitive time. For all those who are unable to get directly to Jerusalem and the Western Wall, we will arrive on your behalf, for you. Send us your personal letter and we will place it between the stones of the Western Wall where we also recite your prayer out loud.

A copy of your letter will also be placed on the tomb's of Mother Rachel and King David. Over these tomb's we will pray your prayer out loud, read the book of Psalms for you and light a candle, all on your behalf.

Our Mother Rachel (Rachel Imenoo), the wife of Jacob our father, is known for her righteousness and ability to open the gates of heaven.

King David, who was the leader of Jehuda and Israel, wrote the best-known book of prayers: Psalms. Placing a prayer on his tomb guarantee's fulfillment.

A photocopy and travel documentation of your letter will be sent to you by E-mail
A few words about us: A human being is looking for the bridge to G-d, to make sure that his prayers arrive and are accepted. Sometimes, it is not enough to pray from a distance, but it is necessary to reach the gate of heaven and open it. The gate to heaven is the Western Wall.

Our team has been working for years to serve as a gateway to heaven between people all over the world and the Western Wall. To place your pray in its stones, to express your wishes aloud, to light a candle at David's and Rachel's tombs, to strengthen your requests with great believe (Emuna).

Two ways in which you can submit your prayer to us (you can choose both or one of them):
• Write a personal letter and upload it as a file.
• Write a free text in the text box which will be copied on a letter designed by a graphic designer. Your letter be accompanied by the appropriate text from the Psalms.
To order the service:
Please fill out the form in the next chapter, select the desired prayer location and after all we will send you via E-mail a link to a secure payment site (PayPal):

Payment for offering a personal prayer at the Western Wall: NIS 150 (About 42$)
Payment for offering a personal prayer at David's tomb: NIS 150 (About 42$)
Payment for offering a personal prayer at Rachel's tomb: NIS 200 (About 57$)

Hear, O LORD, when I cry with my voice: Have mercy also on me, and answer me. Palsam 27:7


Submitting a prayer or wish online directly to the Western Wall

Two ways in which you can submit the prayer and the wish (you can choose both or one of them): Write a personal letter, upload it to the website so that we can print it and bury it between the stones of the Kotel, in your name. Write a blessing in free text in the text box that will be copied onto a letter that will be designed by a graphic designer. Your text will be accompanied by a text from the chapter of the Psalms appropriate to the nature of your private prayer and the expression of the wish. The letter will be buried between the stones of the Wall. Including lighting a candle in your name. A photocopy and travel documentation of your letter will be sent to you by e-mail and regular mail.

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