SO I have been touching up on my geometric expression and I came across the search function here and found that there is no mention of the star of
David not being a Jewish symbol. Well it is mentioned in some posts here and there, but there is no thread dedicated to showing its roots. I wish to
delve into this subject and that of the seal of Solomon. I am to show that the symbol we accept as the Jewish symbol is not what many think it is.
The ring of Solomon was a mystical ring which by its ancient symbol upon it, Solomon could control the will of jinn. I must mention that jinn come in
good and bad as humanity. They have free will. Muslims accept the fact that they can help man as much as hurt it. The Jinn were made to intercede for
mankind and help mankind. Their leader refused to bow before Adam and rebelled. Sound familiar?
Well, Solomon was given many gifts and talents by God, like David his father. Of these it is said that he was shown how to master the Jinn as God had.
Though some sources attribute this ring and its magic to that of a gift by his bride, the daughter of the pharaoh of Egypt. Maybe it's a little of
Well, the star, the six points of the star have been made out to represent the six points to which Gods power reaches, though, I have always heard of
the four points when concerned with mankind. I will assume much, but I say that since the exact ring´s symbol is unknown, it was a later inclusion by
medieval rabbis to move things along.
What is interesting to me is that the six pointed star, the shield of David has no biblical mention. It is not described anywhere as the symbol David
had to his name.....
The eight pointed star is associated with the control of Jinn in Islamic tradition. It is the source of all and is much older. The eight pointed star
is incorporated into all geometric design for Muslim architecture and really is the starting point for the eventual star of David.
Which is what and what are they for? We cannot be certain, let's focus rather on the fact that star worship, and pagan symbols of false idols are
strictly forbidden to Jews and all true believers. These symbols are antediluvian and so are part of the reason why the sons of God which taught them
to mankind in their inequity were punished. We are taught that they are forbidden. Like bad apples......
So why are they masked in our religions? The cross, the star...pagan symbols here to deceive us, give us the mark of the fallen? I don't know for
sure, but I can tell you that they are symbols of power, magic, and unknown spiritual science. sounds cool? Well, they may sound like it, but you
might find yourself like a kid playing with fire. We are not ready for them since God did not entrust them to us. He did entrust them to his angels,
and they sinned in teaching us them, in their limited fashion, so as to lure us into their dominion.
I will offer a few excerpts of these symbols and their modern reemergence through the real PTB in the last 200 hundred years, and how the NAZI
ZIONISTS OCCULTISTS gave them to the Jewish people to mark them for sacrificial offering. The yellow six pointed star was used for dedicating burnt
offerings to Baal.....They were issued yellow six pointed stars and burned in mass....put it together....
How did the Rothschild family, a known satanic lineage, achieve this?
History can show how the establishment of the Zionist/ occultist state has emerged and dominated all nations...
The goal of any organization, its mission can usually be found in its symbol. The summation of the unity it enjoys and from that we can see its origin
and purpose...let's begin.
The first mention of the star was in Amos 5:26 regarding the trek from Egypt to Canaan. Then in 922 B.C., when Solomon married the daughter of
Pharoah and went into magic and witchcraft and built an altar to Ashtoroth and Moloch.
The book traces the six pointed star from Egypt to Solomon, to Arab Magic and Witchcraft, to Druid use(references are documented). The book traces the
star through Freemasonry usage to Mayer Amschel Bauer, who, in the 17th century, changed his name to depict the red six-pointed star (or shield) which
he had hung on his door in Germany, and thus began the family of “Red Shield” or Rothschild. The research carried on through this family, to their
court of arms, to Cabala, to Astrology, to Hitler and his putting a yellow six-pointed star on all Jews during the holocaust, to the Zionist symbol,
and finally to the flag of the State of Israel and beyond.
Because this symbol is comprised of a six within a six within a six (6 points, 6 triangles, 6 sides of the hexagon in the middle) the research also
included a look at the 666 prophecies in the Book of Daniel etc., regarding the “wilful King” (anti-Christ) and the “mark of the beast”.
The shield of David is not mentioned in rabbinic literature. Notably, not a single archeological proof exists as yet concerning the use of this symbol
in the Holy Land in ancient times, even after King David. A David’s shield has recently been noted on a Jewish tombstone at Tarentum, in southern
Italy, which may date as early as the third century of the common era.
The earliest Jewish literary source which mentions it, the Eshkol ha-Kofer of the Karaite Judah Hadassi (middle of the 12th cent.), says, in ch. 242:
‘Seven names of angels precede the mezuzah: Michael, Gabriel, etc…. Tetragrammaton protect thee! And likewise the sign called ”David’s
shield” is placed beside the name of each angel.’ It was, therefore, at this time a sign on amulets? (Bigpedia).
“The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia declares that the SIX-POINTED STAR…according to the Rosicrucians…was known to the ancient Egyptians”
(Graham, p. 13 as cited in Aho).
Regarding Star-Worship, the Jewish Encyclopedia says, This is perhaps the oldest form of idolatry practised by the ancients. According to Wisdom
xiii. 2, the observation of the stars in the East very early led the people to regard the planets and the fixed stars as gods. The religion of the
ancient Egyptians is known to have consisted preeminently of sun-worship.
Moses sternly warned the Israelites against worshiping the sun, moon, stars, and all the host of heaven (Deut. iv. 19, xvii. 3); it may be said that
the prohibition of making and worshiping any image of that which is in heaven above (Ex. xx. 4; Deut. v. 8 ) implies also the stars and the other
celestial bodies. The Israelites fell into this kind of idolatry, and as early as the time of Amos they had the images of Siccuth and Chiun, “the
stars of their god” (Amos v. 26, R. V.); the latter name is generally supposed to denote the planet Saturn (Seligsohn, et al.)
In the book THE HISTORY AND PRACTICE OF MAGIC, Vol. 2, the six-pointed star is called the talisman of Saturn. It is illustrated obverse and reverse.
The latter is the Seal of Solomon; the former is the five pointed star, commonly called the pentagram. Details are given on how to make these symbols
and the materials to use? (Dispatch Magazine).
According to Wolf Carnahan’s web site, the Talisman of Saturn has the pentagram on the obverse side and the hexagram on the reverse side.
The Jewish view of God, which permitted no images of Him, was and still is opposed to the acceptance of any symbols, and neither the Bible nor the
Talmud recognizes their existence. It is noteworthy, moreover, that the shield of David is not mentioned in rabbinical literature. The “Magen
Dawid,” therefore, probably did not originate withinRabbinism [sic], the official and dominant Judaism for more than 2,000 years? (Jacobs and
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