Harmless and Fun Numerological Nonsense about the Star of David

Now note that the capstone over the pyramid, when lowered into place, becomes the 14th level of the structure. The number 14, as we shall see, is a major component of the prophecy.

Over the eagle on the reverse side of the Great Seal are 13 stars, each having five points. The astute observer however will note the 13 stars are arranged to form a 14th star, a six pointed star known as the Star of David.

The reader of this document will see, beyond dispute by anyone whose ability for rational thought has not been destroyed by political, religious, or other dogma, an incredibly precise prophecy, encoded in the Great Seal, in the Great Pyramid, and in the hidden structure of the K.J.V. Bible. The prophecy is of a man named David, to be conceived on the 25th of January, 1938, and to be born precisely 280 days later (the human gestation period), on the 2nd of November, 1938, the 11th day of Scorpio.

This man was to become famous world wide for political and religious doctrines known as 14 Words and 88 Precepts. This man, named David (see again the 14th star, the Star of David over the eagle in the Great Seal), would come to oppose an ancient conspiracy against civilization and against civilization’s creators…

The number of the Man is also found in his name as a number pyramid. The number pyramid of the word “David” runs forward and backward from a center point and demonstrates both 666 and his birth year, around the six pointed Star of David, along with 74, the first function of the 666 Sun Square…

741 +741 1482 The number 741 is the numerical value of the 14 Words of David Lane, 741 forms the Star of David in the magic square of the Sun. 741 twice, as shown above, totals 1482, the number of words in the completion of Solomon’s Temple (I Kings 7), and the sum of the factors of 666…

That the future of civilization depends on 14 Words and 88 Precepts becomes more evident with each passing day. So let us conclude with one more look at the Great Seal of the United States. Around the stars over the eagle note 19 scrolls. Inside the scrolls are 24 trapezoids and 13 five pointed stars for a total of 37 geometric figures. The six pointed Star of David makes the 38th geometric figure inside the 19 scrolls!

–  Shadow Heart and Soul of the Black Rose, Shadowheartandsouloftheblackrose.ning.com

Star of David Bible References to the ‘Abyss’

Star of David Bible References to the ‘Abyss’

The heights of Heaven, the width of the… 
…Earth, the Abyss, and wisdom- who can search them out?

– Sirach 1:3

Behold, Heaven and the highest Heaven, the… 
…Abyss and the Earth, will tremble at His visitation.

-Sirach 16:18

I, alone, have made the circuit of the VAULT of Heaven… 
…and have walked in the DEPTHS of the Abyss.

– Sirach 24:5

He searches out the Abyss, and the hearts of men, and considers their crafty devices… 
…For the Most High knows all that may be known, and He looks into the signs of the Age.

– Sirach 42:18

Who will DESCEND into the Abyss?…
…that is, to bring Christ UP from the dead.

– Romans 10:7

Star of David Bible References to the ‘Abyss’

The One Dollar Star of David Above the Bald Eagle’s Head

Over its (bald eagle’s) head there appears a ‘glory’ with 13 mullets (stars) on a blue field. In the current (and several previous) dies of the Great Seal, the 13 stars above the eagle are arranged in rows of 1-4-3-4-1, forming a six-pointed Star [of David].

– Great Seal of the United States, Wikipedia

Above the American bald eagle’s head the stars of the original 13 states are composed to form a Solomon’s seal symbolic of the union of soul and body, spirit and matter. Each of the interlaced equilateral triangles, one upward turned, the other downward…the two represent the physical world as informed by the spiritual..

– Joseph Campbell, The Inner Reaches of Outer Space: Metaphor as Myth and as Religion (The Collected Works of Joseph Campbell)

U.S. government versions of the Great Seal show the constellation of 13 stars in a Hexagram pattern (two triangles intersecting to form a six-pointed star). There has been much speculation about the symbolic intent of this Hexagram…

– “Thirteen Stars Forming a Constellation”, GreatSeal.com

The first die…was cut sometime between June and September, 1782 (i.e. between the design being accepted and its first use), although the exact date is not known. The identity of the engraver is also not known…The blazon does not specify the arrangement of the stars…nor the number of points; the engraver chose Six-Pointed Stars (typical of English heraldry), and arranged them in a larger Six-Pointed Star. No drawing made by the engraver has ever been found…This first die was used until 1841.

– Great Seal of the United States, Wikipedia