The Star of David is not a Jewish symbol. The seal of Solomon is a tool of Jinn control.

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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 01:46 PM
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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 both.

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).
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“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 Blau).


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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 01:48 PM
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HERE IS A SUMMARY OF information on the HEXAGRAM, or six-pointed star and elements which bear relationship to our subject...

The star was mentioned and condemned by the God of Israel in Amos 5:26 and it was called by Him, `the star of your god, Moloch' or otherwise called `Chiun'. Reference to Amos 5:26 and the Israelites having it in the wilderness was also made in Acts 7:43. Here it was called the Star of Remphan. All these names refer to the `god' Saturn.

The foregoing verifies that it was therefore in existence long before the time of Solomon. He took this symbol upon himself when he went into idolatry, and it became known as the `Seal of Solomon' in Arabic magic and witchcraft.

There was no usage of it in Jewish circles until the 17th century when the cabalist, Isaac Luria, introduced it in Germany.

Mayer Amschel Bauer then used it in Germany to identify his address, consequently changing his family name to Rothschild, meaning `Red Shield', and depicting the red hexagram hanging on his door. He later incorporated it into his family coat of arms.

The six-pointed star or hexagram became the insignia of Zionism.
Hitler rose to power, using it as a badge of shame, forcing all Jews to wear it during the Nazi regime.
It arrived at the Knesset of the newly formed State of Israel.

It became the logo of the Jewish `Red Cross' called the Magen David Adom.
It became the centerpiece on the flag of Israel.

Surreptitiously, it has become the international symbol of the Jewish people and saturates the world as the Jewish Star.


In the book ANCIENT PAGAN SYMBOLS,
the hexagram is called Solomon's Seal, not David's.
It says...

"The triangle, the geometrical emblem of three things, one above two, the two lower uniting to produce the higher, or the union of the positive and negative forces to produce the third, is the most complex and mystical as it is the most UNCOMPROMISING of all symbols. ....Three has been called the very soul of magic, astrology and divination." 1.


The book goes on to talk about the Hindu triad, the Buddhist triad and others, but here we draw the line on the details.

Solomon's Seal was accepted as occult by the occult world. King Solomon became involved in witchcraft and occultism. (Although Solomon was greatly used of the Almighty God).

According to THE SORCERER'S HANDBOOK -

"King Solomon, traditionally known as an ARCH MAGICIAN [author's italics], used a SPELL [author's italics] to banish infernal beings sent by the king of demons to EXTRACT HUMAN HEARTS . . . [The names of the demons are then given.]" 2.

"Solomon's Mirror. A mirror used for divination". It is described and they go into what is done with the blood of A PIGEON.

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. 2.



What then is the Real Symbol of the Hebrew People?

The number seven, not the number six is God's perfect number. The symbol given to God's chosen race, as far back as Exodus is the Menorah, or seven branched candle-stick.

Read all about this Menorah, which played such a vital role in the Tabernacle and was placed in the Holy Place in Exodus 25. More verses about the Menorah are, 1 Kings 7:49; 11 Chronicles 4:7. Also in the New Testament, Matthew 5:15 ; Rev. 1, 2 & 19:16.




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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 01:50 PM
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A 'magic symbol associated with the pentagram'?! The pentagram is one of the most powerful symbols of the occult. The Lord specifically warns against this kind of thing in His Torah. As Jews, and certainly as followers of Yeshua, we are not to look to magicians, mediums or sorcerers, etc. to guide us in our walk with the Lord, or protect us. And we are certainly not to use their symbols as representative of Yahveh or His People Israel:


'When you enter the Land which Yahveh your God gives you, you shall not learn to imitate the detestable things of those nations. There shall not be found among you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, one who uses divination, one who practices witchcraft, or one who interprets omens, or a sorcerer, or one who casts a spell, or a medium, or a spiritist, or one who calls up the dead. For whoever does these things is detestable to Yahveh and because of these detestable things Yahveh your God will drive them out before you. You must be blameless before Yahveh your God. For those nations, which you shall dispossess, listen to those who practice witchcraft and to diviners, but as for you,Yahveh your God has not allowed you to do so.' Deuteronomy 18:9-14



Messianic Rabbi Barney Kasden, in wanting to uphold the Star of David within Messianic Judaism writes:

'The earliest apparent mention of this symbol is found in the Talmud. In describing the reign of King Solomon, the mention is made of how he had power over demonic forces by the emblem on his ring known as the "Seal of Solomon" (Gittin 68). Although the specific design of this seal is not described in this passage, it is also called the "Shield of David" (Magen David) because according to later tradition this also appeared on King David's battle gear.

The first concrete evidence in archaeology was found in the city of Sidon. This consisted of a ring with a seal on it in the shape of a six-pointed star, which was dated from the seventh century BCE. For those who have been to Israel, you will remember the famous six-pointed star on the synagogue of Capernaum. This structure has been dated from the second century CE but it is believed to be directly over the site of an earlier synagogue, the one likely used by Yeshua himself (Luke 4:31-37).' (This was taken from the website of Rabbi Barney Kasdan)


Rabbi Kasdan appears to have confused the Star of David (six pointed), for the Seal of Solomon (five pointed), as the Encyclopedia mentions above. Be that as it may, he wants to foster a foundation for acceptance of the Star of David by telling us of the archeological 'evidence' that makes it kosher. But this no more makes the Star of David kosher, than finding crosses and fish symbols on the tombs of early Roman Gentile Christians. Perhaps they didn't realize that those symbols were representative of the pagan gods, Tamuz and Dagon, respectively.4 Today, most believers who wear the Star of David or the cross or who use the fish symbol, don't realize it either. That's a very sad commentary on our 'teachers.'


What makes it so anti-Torah, and therefore anti-Yahveh, is that this lends credence to magic and the occult, which Yahveh soundly condemns. Unfortunately, this practice is prevalent within Judaism (and Christianity), today. An interweaving of occult mysticism, with the Scriptures and the traditions of the Jewish (or Christian) People. The Talmud was begun in Babylon, with all its pagan-occult influences, long after King's David and Solomon were dead. And the Kabala5 is not part of the Word of God. Kabala is Jewish sorcery.

That the ring had no specific star design mentioned in the Talmud, lends itself to silence, as there is no way for us to know what actual design was upon it (the five points being given to the ring at a later date). But this is a moot point, for the ring never existed, except in the minds of the Rabbis.

Second, Sidon was never a city in Israel. Therefore, the ring that was found in the 7th century BCE with the 'Jewish Star of David' was not the ring of a Jew, but of a pagan. Only it wasn't known as the Star of David to the person who wore it!


There is no biblical evidence, whether Scriptural or archeological, that the so called 'Star of David' is a God given symbol for His People Israel. But there is extensive evidence that the 'Star of David' originated in the occult and continues to occupy a place in it today




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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 01:50 PM
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The Seal of Solomon is a red hexagram known as the Seal of Solomon, Magen David (which signifies God as the protector) or more popularly as the six-pointed star called the "Star of David." The Seal of Solomon was not considered a Jewish symbol before the Rothschilds appropriated it as their family moniker and symbol. Moreover, although the Magen David is today identified with Judaism (Pharisaism) it is actually a relatively new Jewish symbol.

The symbol is composed of two overlaid equilateral triangles that form a six-pointed star. The device is supposedly a replica of the shield belonging to King David (c.1000-962 BC) the slayer of Goliath, but there is no support for that claim in any early rabbinic literature. Actually, the symbol is such a rarity in early Jewish literature and artwork that art dealers immediately suspect forgery if they find the symbol in supposed early works. Nevertheless, the device has become such a cherished Jewish symbol that it now appears on synagogues, Jewish tombstones, and the flag of the Zionist State of Israel. However, this was not always the case since the symbol was not particularly Jewish.


Its genesis is unknown but it was used extensively in the ancient Mystery Religions before the advent of the Cult of Yahweh, consequently the device was not historically limited to use by the Israelites, Judahites, Judaeans or Jews. Thus, originally, in antiquity, the six-pointed star that later became known as the Seal of Solomon, Magen David, was used side by side with the five-pointed star, or "Pentagram," both serving as magical signs or as decorations. The six-pointed star, or hexagram, was the Ammonite and Phoenician symbol of Moloch, god to whom some parents sacrificed their children, and of Ashtoreth, ancient Semitic fertility goddess; identified with Phoenician Astarte and Babylonian Ishtar. Astrologers also used it to represented Saturn, the giant planet that is the sixth planet from the sun.


Comprising of two equilateral triangles having a common centre, the Seal of Solomon is analogous to the "Ying and Yang" device of the Eastern Mystery Religions of the Hindu, Chinese and Peruvians. The ancient Indians used it to represent the union between Shiva, the Destroyer, and his consort, Kali, with the polar energies perfectly balanced. The down-pointing triangle is the feminine principle (Kali), and the point up is the masculine principle (Shiva). Among the Judaean, symbols from Hellenistic times, both the Hexagram and the Pentagram are missing since they were deemed the signs of the pagan and his dark arts.

In the twelve-century an Ashkenazim, a Khazar Jew, called Solomon ben Duji (or Ruhi or Roy) claimed he was Elijah and his son Menahem ben Duji was the Messiah. They wrote letters to all the Jews in the lands about them proclaiming the coming of the Messianic Kingdom. It appeared to have had little effect, for, twenty years later Menahem had assumed the name "David al-Roy," and the title of "Messiah" and that the movement shifted from Khazaria to Kurdistan. After vain attempts to rouse the Diaspora to action and to invade the Holy Land, Menahem, or David al-Roy, was assassinated in his sleep, allegedly by his own father-in-law, whom someone had bribed to do the deed.



Solomon ben Duji and his son Menahem had used the magical symbol of two equilateral triangles having a common centre, the six-pointed star, or Hexagram, or Magen David, that became known as the Seal of Solomon. Magen David in Jewish liturgy signifies "God as the protector" (shield) of David, and in this context, the symbol gained currency among medieval Jewish mystics who attached magical powers to King David's shield. Especially following the influence of the Kabbalist Isaac Luria (1533-72), the hexagram became accepted by "the Jews" as "the Shield of David," before this time, there was no general usage of the six-pointed star in Jewish culture.

According to the Encyclopaedia Judaica (1972), in an article on the Seal of Solomon, the hexagram was widely used in Arabic magic but:

"It is not clear in which period the hexagram [Magen David] was engraved on the seal of Solomon mentioned in the Talmud [Gittin 68a] as a sign of his dominion over demons, instead of the Name of God which originally appeared on his ring."

The Jewish community of Prague first used the Star of David as an official symbol in the 17th century and since then, the six-pointed star, Magen David or the Star of David, became the official seal of many Jewish communities. Thus, the Star of David had become adopted as a general sign of Judaism, but it has no biblical or Talmudic authority. Its authority derived from the teachings of the Jewish Luciferians, the Kabbalists. In the 19th century, Jews almost universally adopted the Star of David as a symbol of their race: only decades after the Rothschilds adopted this symbol in 1822 as their family coat of arms. That is, because the Rothschilds were Kabbalists, were Jewish Luciferians, they adopted this powerful magic symbol for their coat of arms claiming its inherent occult power as their own.


The symbolism of the Seal of Solomon is deep and convoluted, however, a gist of it is found in the spermo-gnostic (Sex Magic) occult group called Ordo Templi Orientis, in one of its rituals, the ninth-degree ceremony, the ancient "Mass of the Phoenix." The two emblems of this ninth-degree ceremony are the upright triangle of "Gold and Light" (representing spirit), and the down-turned triangle of "Blood and Water" (representing matter). That is, two interlocked equilateral triangles having a common centre that form the Seal of Solomon that contains the formula that is known as the "Gem of Alchemy." This is an allusion to the famed "Philosophers' Stone," the enigmatic "Holy Grail" of the Alchemist.

Thus, when Mayer Amschel Bauer hung a red hexagram on his door to identify his address he was also proclaiming himself a master Kabbalist. Moreover, it symbolised the appropriation of the Magen David by the Ashkenazi, the Khazar Jews, as their future symbol in their war on greater humanity.

Mayer Amschel changed his name to "Roth Schild," meaning Red Shield when he becomes a supplier of coinage to the royal Court and when the unexampled rise to power truly began. The nascent Zionist Movement adopted the House of Rothschild's blazonry because its ultimate source was this family and its fabulous wealth and power. Consequently, both destinies, the Rothschild and Zionism, become intertwined with the Zionist Movement wholly dependent upon the goodwill and largesse of this Khazar family.




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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 01:53 PM
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The star of David is a Jewish symbol because the Jews use it as their religious symbol.
What's your point?



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 01:54 PM
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I'd like to add a link to "Solomon's Knot" because it is also interesting and fairly widespread.


In the study of ancient mosaics, the Solomon's knot is often known as a "guilloche knot" or "duplex knot", while a Solomon's knot in the center of a decorative configuration of four curving arcs is known as a "pelta-swastika" (where pelta is Latin for "shield").


This also brings up the quatrefoil.

Plus check out this:
Brunnian link
As you will notice many symbols depicted on that page are fairly familiar as well.

Sorry I wanted to post that somewhere and your thread seems to be the best fit.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 01:58 PM
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Originally posted by Consequence
The star of David is a Jewish symbol because the Jews use it as their religious symbol.
What's your point?


Factually incorrect.

The "Hexagram" is used in many religion's various iconography dating back thousands of years.


Six pointed stars have also been found in cosmological diagrams in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The reasons behind this symbol's common appearance in Indic religions and the West are unknown. One possibility is that they have a common origin. The other possibility is that artists and religious people from several cultures independently created the hexagram shape, which is a relatively simple geometric design.


Hexagram Wiki

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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 01:58 PM
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So you should have all the information there to truthfully argue when and how this symbol was chosen and introduced into the world of the Jewish faith. It is an ancient form of Jinn magic and so has little to do with the cult of Yahweh. Really star worship is part of the olden religions for which the world was punished before.

The eight pointed star, the real seal of Solomon IMO is the symbol of Ishtar, Venus and the trinity of ancient pagan gods. Its symbols are not theirs exclusively but are a way to them. Like anything it depends on the practitioner to define the intent. Not all was bad of the olden kingdoms, though they were as dumb as we are and as deluded. They thought they could rule the universe with the limited power entrusted to the Jinn and angels of old. They were servants like us, with bad attitudes.

User beware... this sort of science can blow up in your face...or blow you rmind to hell.



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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:02 PM
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Do you even know how to seach?

Try againwith this: "megan David". I got 7 pages worth of search results.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:02 PM
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Thanks for that...interesting stuff....The architecture of the Islamic world and its many patterns show a deep understanding of geometry. They don't like to use a 3 dimensional approach like the west but go deep into the 2d plain.

I think that their magic practice deeply influenced their newly adopted religion( at the time) of Islam. They never eliminated all the pagan practice much like the Christians never did. We are all three monotheistic religions under a form of pagan trinity one way or the other...

off to read... thanks again...



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:03 PM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash

Originally posted by Consequence
The star of David is a Jewish symbol because the Jews use it as their religious symbol.
What's your point?


Factually incorrect.

The "Hexagram" is used in many religion's various iconography dating back thousands of years.


Six pointed stars have also been found in cosmological diagrams in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The reasons behind this symbol's common appearance in Indic religions and the West are unknown. One possibility is that they have a common origin. The other possibility is that artists and religious people from several cultures independently created the hexagram shape, which is a relatively simple geometric design.


Hexagram Wiki



It's also on numerous Islamic mosques.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:04 PM
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well I did but I found nothing...so anyways... this can go into more detail....or refresh our memory. I don't think that is ever "extra". I spent most of my time collecting information for this thread after, not pouring through ancient ATS threads...new light new breath...lets add.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:05 PM
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Very interesting read.





The star was mentioned and condemned by the God of Israel in Amos 5:26 and it was called by Him, `the star of your god, Moloch' or otherwise called `Chiun'. Reference to Amos 5:26 and the Israelites having it in the wilderness was also made in Acts 7:43. Here it was called the Star of Remphan. All these names refer to the `god' Saturn.


Where does the bible describe the "star of Moloch" as being the 6 pointed star of the Jews.

As for the hexagram.... its a rather simple symbol made of 2 triangles facing each other?

In India....



Shatkona, "six-pointed star," is two interlocking triangles; the upper stands for Siva, 'purusha' (male energy) and fire, the lower for Shakti, 'prakriti' (female power) and water. Their union gives birth to Sanatkumara, whose sacred number is six.


Its very possible that different cultures throughout time came up with it and used it.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:07 PM
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That's fine. I just wanted to point out there are many threads and you weren't searching correctly. I know because I have been in several of them before on here. There were two tabernacles in the wilderness, one to Yahweh and one to Rephraim. The Megan David is the star of Rephraim.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:07 PM
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yes that and it is a central theme to Muslim design like the eight pointed star is...

but

the eight pointed star is much older and has a universal meaning to it for very culture. Like the six pointed star. It is olden kingdom religion and so does not belong to the Jews nor should they violate their laws by pagan symbols and worship.

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These symbols are usually used to commemorate solar cycles of the planets....and attribute different things from time of harvest to time of rule for leaders/ blood lines....Just lay them out on a map of our solar system and you can see how....also the khatim( eight pointed star) was used in our first compass.....



Universal Symbolism

In truth, the eight-point star is not unique to Morocco. It appears in cultures around the globe. It can be found on national flags and in religious iconography. It carries various meaning associated with each culture that utilizes it. The are eight-paths in the way of Buddah and eight immortals in Chinesse tradition. However, its universal symbolism is one of balance, harmony, and cosmic order. Its pattern is associated early astronomy, religion, and mysticism. It is symbolic of both stars and humanity’s earliest attempts to understand and communicate the order and unity inherent in Creation, nature’s rule.

Astrological Origins

The roots of the eight-point star symbol are in early astronomy. The eight lines are symbolic of the four corners of space (north, south, east, and west) and time (two solstices and two equinoxes).


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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:12 PM
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They have far greater problems to deal with than pagan symbols on a flag. Number one being rejection of their Moshiyach Nagid.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:13 PM
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true, but the source of them might be more pertinent to their "final solution"....

the cough or the cold...which is worse?
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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:15 PM
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Originally posted by BIHOTZ
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true, but the source of them might be more pertinent to their "final solution"....

the cough or the cold...which is worse?
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One has eternal consequences.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:30 PM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash
Factually incorrect.

Nope. Fact is, Jews use this as their religious symbol. It represents their faith.



The "Hexagram" is used in many religion's various iconography dating back thousands of years.

So?



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 02:44 PM
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no, it represents what it always has. They think it represents their faith because people who told them to do so, who know what it really means and practice its true meaning told them to.

It is forbidden to all three monotheistic faiths to practice idolatry. I mean its fine, but then you are not a member of those religions. Like a Mormon saying he is a good catholic...Or al-Qaida saying they are true American patriots....

and it is an insult to them...like an American singing Yankee doodle dandy...


In America the song surfaced during the French and Indian War when the colonials joined forces with General Braddock at Niagara. The colonials were a motley crew, wearing furs and buckskins. British surgeon Richard Schuckburg during that war reportedly substituted new words for the old Cromwell song, changing Nankee to Yankee, making fun of the Americans fighting alongside the British troops.

In the song: "Doodle" refers to "a sorry trifling fellow. A fool or simpleton." "Dandy," on the other hand, refers to "a gentleman of affected manners, dress and hairstyle." "Macaroni" was not a reference to the pasta but to "a fancy style of Italian dress imitated in England at the time."
www.earlyamerica.com...


So why do we Jews now have it as the symbol of ourselves? Because we Jews have always longed after the Gentile nations and their way of worshiping their gods. Stop a Jew (Messianic, traditional or secular, it doesn't matter), on the street and ask them why they wear their Star of David and they'll tell you it's Jewish or they want to identify with the Jewish People. Tell them about where it came from and what it means, and they'll tell you they don't care; it's not magic to them! Not the greatest answer for one seeking to walk in Truth. It says that the Serpent was more subtle than all the beasts of the field.6 How Satan loves to pervert the Truth!, to mix the perverse with the pure.


www.seedofabraham.net...

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