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TYPES OF STARS
Planetary Stars – In the Stars that I have studied since 1990, the two interlocking triangles are formed solely by the planets in our solar system along with the Sun and the Moon. These planetary Stars of David I have written about extensively in these pages, and I believe planetary Stars have global impact. For example, since 1990, three stars have been war stars – the one in 1990 that appeared directly after Iraq invaded Kuwait signaling the Gulf War, the 2001 Star occurred seven days before the destruction of the World Trade Center Twin Towers that led to the War in Afghanistan, and the November 2002 Star preceded the War in Iraq four months later. All of these Stars had difficult squares to the Sun. In 1990, Mars squared the Sun, in 2001 both Saturn and Pluto squared the Sun, and in 2002 Uranus squared the Sun. Planetary Stars have global impact and many times the effect of the Star, like a solar eclipse will last from one Star to the next.
Personal or local Stars – There are times when five planets almost form a Star, but one point is missing. In these situations an individual can use a specific time set for his or her locality to form the Star of David with the Ascendant, the Midheaven, or Part of Fortune creating the final point. I have worked with these charts and my feeling is that they impact the individual who is electing the time and they are good for personal and spiritual development. They do not have global impact as they are locality based and individually created. I do not write about those personal or local starts in these pages. I focus only on planetary Stars.
Planetary/asteroid Stars – Sometimes a Star of David is formed by five planets and an asteroid, most notably Chiron. This is a hybrid Star. It is not totally planetary, but also not locality based or individually oriented. It does not have global impact in my opinion, but it does have significance, especially for those who have natal connections to the Star.
The interesting thing about the ‘As Above, So Below’ concept is that it is now commonly referred to as ‘The Law of Attraction’, the ‘Power of Intention’ or the ‘Power Positive Thought’. This concept is pictorially represented by the ‘Star of David’ – a geometric form with two overlapping triangles, one pointing upwards and the other pointing downwards, ‘As Above, So Below’.
The Stalactite is above, and hangs DOWNward like an icicle; the Stalagmite is below and sticks UP.
– Stalactites and Stalagmites, Jim Loy, Geology, Jimloy.com
The Stalactite and Stalagmite will connect, and become a column.
– Stalactites and Stalagmites, Jim Loy, Geology, Jimloy.com
Stalactites hang from the ceiling of a cave while stalagmites grow from the cave floor.
– Stalactite, OceanExplorer.noaa.gov
When a man attains this degree of development, he becomes the hexagram. The sexual organs. male or female. become the sixth paint which is missing in the pentagram.
There were then a series of pictures in which the relations between the downward-pointing triangle and the upward-pointing triangle in the hexagram were demonstrated. It was noted that the forces of the two triangles are complimentary and act in opposition to each other when allowed to. They tend to push each other apart, causing Dispersion.
It was then shown that for the triangle to unite into the hexagram in man, they have to be interlocked with each other. Otherwise, the downward-tending emotional forces (Luna, Mars, Jupiter) and the upward-tending mental forces (Saturn, Mercury, Venus) will act in such a way as to disrupt each other’s effects. There was another series of pictures next which rapidly went through all the possible combinations of forces that can be derived from the hexagram.
– The Beast and the Star: A Vision of the Abyss, by Benjamin
The three nouns God, the Heaven and the Earth of Genesis.1:1 have together the number value 777.
– The Star of David., by Frank Colijn, Members.home.nl
Adding a little Marvel-style flavor to the Corps is Magen David, who’s named for — as you might expect — the Hebrew term for the Star (or Shield) of David. Again, I have no idea if this is how it actually plays out, but despite the obvious Captain America imagery, I get the idea that he’s totally the Wolverine of the team. You know, the tough as nails loose cannon who’s always getting up in Menorah Man’s grill and saying stuff like “Back off, bub! I only follow one man’s laws, and you don’t look like Moses to me!”
In the selected range of crop circle designs we see recurring themes that are for the most part generated from within a circular form and continue, through proportional expansion, to develop well beyond the boundaries of the design. This is consistent with the principle of sacred geometry where the circle is the principal element since it lies at the heart of the creative principle…
From the vesica we can create the simplest of polygons, the equilateral triangle. The two triangles contained in this ‘womb’ are themselves symbolic of the world above and the world below, just as the left circle can represent spirit and the right one matter.
The overlapping of both triangles produces the hexagon, also referred to as the Star of David. The characteristics and symbolism behind this figure are immense.
– The Sacred Geometry of Crop Circles, Excerpts from Freddy Silva’s book, Secrets In The Fields, Vital Spark
There have been crop circles that have represented the Tree of Life of the Kaballah, and there was one that was looked like a Menorah. There have been Stars of David, or Seal of Solomon-type designs. And so the symbols of different religions have been represented in the crop circles.
– The Hopi Prophecies and Messages from the Stars, SpiritofMaat.com
In many familiar objects everyone will recognize the human element. We conceive a given reality in this way or in that, to suit our purpose, and the reality passively submits to the conception…You can treat the adjoined figure [Figure of a ’Star of David’] as a star, as two big triangles crossing each other, as a hexagon with legs set up on its angles, as six equal triangles hanging together by their tips, etc. All these treatments are true treatments–the sensible THAT upon the paper resists no one of them. You can say of a line that it runs east, or you can say that it runs west, and the line per se accepts both descriptions without rebelling at the inconsistency.
– Pragmatism, by William James, Lecture VII. Pragmatism and Humanism