"The Half Shekel Temple Coin, whose value is stable and eternal, serves as the basis of the Temple economy and that of the entire world."
Hillel Weiss
Founder of Temple of Zion
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The inscription on the Temple Coin - Half Shekel
The Sanhedrin Court built a sacrificial stone Altar in order to reinstitute the various sacrifices that constituted the daily work of the Priests. We look forward to the day when this Altar or a better design of it will appear in its appointed and eternal place in the Temple on Mount Moriah.
When that will transpire, then the Half Shekel will be the means of financing purchase of the various sacrificial animals and incense that will be offered to the Almighty on the Altar for the benefit and peace of all mankind.

The 70 Nations Organization
This special coin was minted in honor of Ms. Nikki Hailey , the ex-US Ambassador to the United Nations in recognition of her consistent and valuable leadership in favor of the state of Israel and its People and for World Peace.
The Sanhedrin Court has established the “70 Nations” organization as a suitable replacement for the current United Nations whose actions incessantly attack the legitimacy of the Jewish People in Israel and the State of Israel.
The Sanhedrin calls upon Ms. Hailey to serve as the first honorary President of the “70 Nations” organization.

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Our organization aims to institute the “Temple Authority” that will centralize the activities of all Jews and all organizations dealing with the Temple both physically and spiritually.

The Authority wishes to initiate activities wherein the Priests carry out their priestly duties, the Levites sing their hymns and the Israelites read their daily selections. Amongst others, the Authority will implement events and model activities of Temple practices, including the Paschal offering, the water libation, harvesting and offering the Omer, the various work activities in the Temple, the “shtei halechem” activity, the Atzeret offering and offering the first fruits in the Temple. 

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Hillel Weiss

Founder of Temple of Zion