The original Nano Bible - the only one produced in Israel
Jerusalem Nano Bible has devoted the last few years to the development of the smallest Bible in the world (for Judaism and Christianity) using nano technology produced in the Holy Land, something that unites the Holy and the technology in Israel.
Jerusalem Nano Bible is embedded with jewelry and metal products such as medals, pendants, watches, bracelets and rings that create a unique product with a special meaning that allows you to capture significant moments and spiritual milestones.
Guinness Book of Records
In 2015, the Jerusalem Nano Bible was nominated for the "World's Smallest Bible" award in the Guinness Book of Records.
The appointment process
In order to remove any doubt and submit a nomination for the book of records, Jerusalem Nano Bible had to prove beyond any doubt that the 5x5 mm chip indeed contains the entire book of the Bible.
A number of experts participated in the process, Dr. Jack Pastor; the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Oranim College, Mr. Ran Marcus; a lawyer and notary of Jerusalem Nano Bible and Tower Jazz technicians, engineers and nano technology scientists worked together to document and verify the text of the Jerusalem Nano Bible.
The Nano Bible was put to the test under a high-resolution electron microscope lens. The test was screened on a monitor that allowed all viewers to see the text clearly. News agencies including CBS, Reuters, CBN, RAI and more were present on the day of the test.
A Nano Bible certificate of authenticity is included with every purchase. The certificate guarantees the originality of the products and documents the great care in the production of the Bible and the importance of preserving it.
Video journalist Ami Bentov founded the Jerusalem company Nano Bible in 2013. Ami started on the "line of fire" and documented significant news events as a war photographer. There, he was exposed to people with strong beliefs.
As part of his work, he was exposed to a chip development version of the Bible developed by Professor Uri Sivan at the Technion in Haifa. His goal was to demonstrate the power of nanotechnology to his students.
Ami decided to take this miracle out of the laboratory and make it accessible to everyone - to everyone who longs to feel closer to faith.
Ami contacted one of the leading companies in the field of nanotechnology in Israel, and together, they developed the Jerusalem Nano Bible, a tiny Bible that every person can carry with him. In his words - "Our mission is to renew the dialogue about faith in a modern world, where technology Allows believers to carry the Bible with them on all their knees. I want people to have faith, love, health and a happy life."
The Jerusalem Nano Bible Bible chip includes all 24 books, from Genesis through Psalms to Chronicles. All the important writings of Judaism, which have been passed down from generation to generation, and according to the rabbinic tradition, and are called Torah, Prophets, Ketubim
The Bible and the Bible are the basic scriptures of Judaism. The Bible is the initials of its three parts: 1 - Torah 2 - Prophets 2 - Ketubim
Ecclesiastes, chapter 1 verse 16
I spoke with my heart, saying--Behold, I have increased and added wisdom, for all that was before me for Jerusalem; And my heart sees much, is wise and knows