There is a “Menorah” on the Blue Shield of the national emblem of Israel. In fact, it is a priest object that destroys the altar in the temple of modern Jerusalem, marking the revitalization and expectations of the countries of Israel.
Menorah has a history as far as thousands of years ago. It is one of the three special sacred objects used by Jewish priests in the first temple on the temple mountain in Jerusalem. It is the object of destroying the altar fire in the Jerusalem temple, that is, the essence of modern Jews and the totem emblem of Ancient Judaism.
Among the Menorah, except for the branch higher in the center, which represents the holy sleep day, the other six branches mean that God sent the six harmonies between the sun and the earth, which was originally used for Jewish etiquette. According to chapter 37 of the Bible Exodus, the first Candlestick was made of gold by bisalek, an Israeli craftsman. Among the seven lamps, one on the side is slightly higher than the six on both sides. It represents the sleeping day, and the other six represent the six days of God’s creation. In fact, the menorah may be regarded as the emblem of Judaism.