As it often happens, my research (this time about the Star of David) made me find much more than I bargained for. I hope you will benefit from it.
The usage of the six-pointed star, called “the Star of David” as a sign of Jewish identity began only in the Middle Ages. Before that, the sign of the Jewish identity was always a menorah.
The religious usage of the Star of David among the Jews began much earlier, however. A shield with this star engraved was found in a synagogue in Galilee, dating to the third or fourth century AD.
Star of David, or Seal of Solomon?
The name the “Star of David” is quite new. Before it, this star was called the “Seal of Solomon”. The story of Solomon’s seal was believed to be developed by medieval Arabic writers who claimed that Solomon’s signet ring was engraved by God Himself and was given to Solomon from heaven.
It was claimed that this ring was made from brass and iron, and the two parts were used to seal the written commands to good and evil spirits.
Some, however, claim that the story of Solomon’s seal was invented earlier than that and that its inventors were Jews themselves. At around the third century in Egypt Hellenistic Jews came up with this story which was done at the early development of their mystical side of religion.
Since the belief in the power of the ring of Solomon was so widespread and firmly believed in, I tend to believe that the most plausible explanation of Solomon’s seal is that it indeed existed, and that it was probably given to him by his pagan Egyptian wife who was the daughter of Pharaoh, and therefore had most likely been initiated into the secrets of their religion;
That the ring indeed was used to command, invoke, and bind demons, but like any tools given by Satan, it just appears that the given thing has power – when, in truth, Satan makes demons act in a certain way in order to fool the person into believing that that particular item has that sort of power.
Even today this very sign is used by witches, pagans and open luciferians to summon demons.
This sign began to be used as an official Jewish identity symbol in and around the area of Germany from around the 17th century AD and it at first represented only Zionist community and only later – the whole community of Jews.
The Seal of Solomon in Islam
In Islam, the Beast of the Earth is believed to be in the possession of the signet ring of Solomon and with it will destroy unbelievers’ noses so that it becomes clear who is a believer and who is an unbeliever.
Since the prophet of Islam received this religion from an evil spirit or Satan himself (since he himself at the beginning thought that he was demon-possessed), it’s likely that there might be bits of truth in this story, as Satan likes to mix truths with lies.
What Muslims don’t realize is that they themselves will get that mark, because they were misled by their demon-possessed false prophet and are all headed to the place where he will end up in – the lake of fire, unless they repent and turn to the real prophet and the only Son of YHWH Yeshua.
Identification of Jews during the Nazi era
During the Nazi regime the Jews of many countries had to wear a hexagram as a mark of their identification. Some countries, such as some parts of France and Denmark, refused to implement this.
They usually had to wear a badge of a yellow star, or a white armband with a blue star of David. Even children were required to wear this identification mark, and it was also placed on Jew-owned stores.
Those who refused to wear this identification mark (in the countries where it was enforced) were fined, imprisoned, or shot according to Shoah Research Center.
Doesn’t that remind you of a mark of the beast in the book of Revelation?
And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.
Was that a mini-rehearsal of what’s coming?
The mark of the beast?
The strangest thing is – the Star of David does have a number 666:
It has six points, six outer triangles and a 6-sided hexagon in the middle. Also it makes sense that this could be a sign or mark of the beast, because it tells how those creatures came into being, and therefore it is indeed their sign – but about that later.
This might be the very star mentioned in the Bible, in Acts 7:43:
Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon.
This is told in reference to Amos 5:26, which in KJV reads as:
But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves.
… but in Septuagint it reads more closely to the NT words:
Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Raephan, the images of them which ye made for yourselves.
It is believed that god Remphan (or Raephan) was an Assyrian/Babylonian god of the planet Saturn, which makes total sense for many reasons. First, according to some sources, this star was used in connection to the child sacrifice, and we see Greek god Cronus (who is Saturn) depicted in reliefs as eating children.
Also, Cronus is one of the first twelve titans that came forth from the union of fallen angels and human women, so that seal could indeed be his symbol. Also it’s interesting to note that according to the Greek mythology out of the union of “sky gods” and “Gaia” came forth twelve titans: six males and six females, which again would tie in to the number 6 of the star.
Also, one of the symbols of Greek god Cronus was a snake, and this is what ultimately false Jews worship though they pretend to worship YHWH. Those are the ones about whom Yeshua told that they call themselves Jews but are not.
Shiva, the god of destruction, in one of his most famous poses, actually disguises the hexagram as well:
This is the very posture in which we see Shiva as a statue at CERN, and this posture signifies the dance of destruction and creation, since new-agers, Hindus and satanists believe that out of Chaos comes order, when it truth out of chaos comes nothing, and only when chaos is destroyed can order be established.
Hexagram is also believed to be the star of Moloch, to whom pagans and even Israelites offered child sacrifice.
Therefore, this seal is a sort of family crest of the fallen ones. Thus this symbol is featured on masonic lodges’ entrances, Catholic churches’ entrances and windows; it is the sign that Lucifer worshippers, pagans and occultists use.
This symbol should not be the symbol of the children of YHWH since it’s the symbol of the children of the fallen ones.
It would make sense if this would indeed be the mark of the beast, since it’s the star already adopted by many religions, such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Catholicism, Islam, Shinto and I’m sure many more religions.
The signet ring of Solomon story was known even in the first century AD, since Josephus mentions the story of one person using such a ring, though at that time it wasn’t called “the Seal of Solomon” but the type of ring that Solomon recommended to expel demons from people by putting it near persons’ nostrils.
From Mishnah it seems that Solomon was indeed carrying this ring on a chain that was probably around his neck, and that the ring had the name of God on it too. It was believed that this seal protected people from demons because when demons took a look at it they would get drawn into the never-ending inter-connected pattern of the star which, therefore, would bind them and made them harmless to humans. This is similar to how some Jews used incantation bowls in the past described in this article.
But again, I do not believe that this seal has any power, but that Satan likes to fool people into believing that signs as such hold power, when in truth demons just play with those persons.
Some cathedrals had this star featured as well, and it was sometimes called “the star of creation” in Catholicism, and it was used by some Christian sects as well. Here’s the image from the stained glass window of Winchester Cathedral, with the name of God in Hebrew in the middle:
The shape of the rays reminds me of a famous Babylonian winged disc, present on many of their reliefs and seals:
The most likely origin of the Star of David
The most ancient origin theory, and I believe the one that is true, about how the Star of David came into being, is the one told by ancient cultures. It’s told that it’s the sign of a sky god producing (in Hindu mythology – a six-faced) offspring with the mother earth.
What it most likely means is that it’s the symbol of the sons of YHWH descending to mate with human women and abnormal giant offspring born to them. (Those fallen ones wanted to be worshipped as gods on earth, and therefore lied to people that they were formed out of chaos, and were first gods; they probably did that out of anger that they were banished from Heaven and because they did not want people to know that there is a God higher than them, because then people would not worship them.)
This makes total sense when you analyze the hexagram…
….because it shows a downward-pointed triangle representing the sons of God and an upward-pointed triangle – representing earthly human women, and the intersection of those triangles represents the act of procreation. Even today the downward-pointed triangle represents men and the upward-pointed one – women.
Here’s a Hindu mandala most likely showing the twelve offspring born to them – 6 males and 6 females as told in the Greek mythology:
Which also ties in with the false Big Bang theory. The act is represented as this star as well, if you know what I mean, as well as a lie that the gods were formed out of chaos; though it’s modified into the theory that everything came out of chaos, which is a totally satanic doctrine that many people have bought into, even Christians.
This explanation just sounds right to me, but I might be wrong. Though I haven’t come across any more theories as plausible as such. I guess another plausible one is that this sign also represents “as above so below” masonic belief.
I know that sometimes we see six-pointed shapes in nature, such as in the form of a snowflake. Some people use this as a proof that the Star of David is nothing evil.
I personally don’t know any natural hexagram formations, though some, like snowflakes, can have six spikes; but apart from this they don’t really look like the Star of David.
Judging from the kind of groups that revere this symbol, and the spiritual value that it holds for witches, masons and satanists, I would steer clear of this sign.
Not to mention that religions are now coming into unison for the new-world-order, and this sign that is common between them might as well be the feared mark, judging from the fact that it was already implemented as a sort of test by Nazis, and that the Muslim Beast of the Earth is believed to be marking people with this sign as well.
Some interesting images with the Star of David
- Wikipedia on Hexagram
- Josephus Histories book 8 (look at chapter 2 section 5 for Solomon’s recommended ring)
- Tractate Gittin of Mishnah (folio 68) – about the story of Solomon’s ring
- Wikipedia on Seal of Solomon
- Wiki Star of David
- A Jewish identification marker in Nazi era
- On the identification of Jews during Nazi era – Shoah Research Center (a PDF document)
- Biblical encyclopedia on Remphan
- On the Seal of Solomon