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The parochet is the curtain which separated the Holy of Holies, where the Ark of the Covenant (Pact) was stored, from the rest of the Tabernacle. The kaporet (written chaporet here) is the gold covering of the Ark itself. The two words are anagrams of each other. What do you think that could mean? Comment on the post to let us know!

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