Is a Jewish ritual practiced by some Jews on the eve of Yom Kippur. The use of white chicken is a rite of the Jewish religion for the cleansing of sins.
Cleanse the sins method using chicken as the Jewish belief, well maintained, and waving it over the head 3 times. For us it's just chicken, but for many Orthodox Jews, waving them over the head 3 times would transfer all the sins of the past year.
In the Jewish religious practice of Kapparot, a rooster literally becomes a religious and sacred vessel and is swung around the head and then sacrificed on the afternoon before Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.
The purpose of the sacrifice is for the expiation of the sins of the man as the chicken symbolically receives all the man's sins, which is based on the reconciliation of Isaiah 1:18 in the Hebrew Bible.
This custom is not mentioned in the Torah nor the Talmud and came later. Therefore, some Jewish scholars forbade this practice. Also, the Shulchan Aruch. Nevertheless, this practice has received ultaorthodoxen circles because it is considered as an old, of traditional.