Some Harmless New Age Nonsense about the Star of David

The Star of David is more than just the symbol of Jewish religion. The universal architecture that the Star of David is, one can only open up the perception of harmonica living through the incredible geometry of the Star in question. It is the question of unity and human developmental process that abides by a thread of commonality running through different races and religions in the world. The Star of David has unique possibilities that can either be seen as a symbol of a female, a male, children or a whole family. In some other ways, the geometry of this much speculated star can show angles of the Universal temple where the human existence is given a global architecture and a global meaning.

In the Hebrew culture the Star of David and the House of David are vivid symbols of unity and trust. A sign that in no way encourages tyranny or dominion over others and that encourages self-service and non-dependency over our fellow beings. The star advocates people that one needs to achieve the oneness within a race and unify in their human developmental structure and be one in the eyes of the none other than themselves. No political dominion must succeed in segregating any group of human community living in harmony.

The Star of David epitomizes the core value of the Global architecture. While the a human can perceive a certain concept in 6 different ways the truth ultimately is one and this essentially forms the core of the Star of David. Maintaining a perfect balance within our six senses and discovering pure love also is variedly symbolized through the universal architecture of the Star of David.

– The Star of David Symbolizes the Universal Architecture, by Shawn Jhonson


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