How Man becomes the Hexagram…

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.


Man as a Hexagram


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

A Star of David Wolf, Almost…

Almost a Star of David,, just need to push them together a little more…

Two four sided pyramids driven together, turned and locked creates the very powerful Star of David and can be used to create metaphysical magic

– Amanda Jeffs,, Pinterest

The Star of David as a Protective Symbol against Evil Spirits

Even before the Middle Ages, the pentagram/hexagram was established in Judaism and Islam as a talismanic symbol of protection against evil spirits, with the five- and six-pointed forms being used interchangeably

– The Seven Seals of Judeo-Islamic Magic: Possible Origins of the Symbols, by Lloyd D. Graham

Many of the slate amulets contain pentagrams or hexagrams, both of which are common embodiments of the first Seal in the standard Islamic sequence. The traditional Arabic description of the Seven Seals is attributed to ʿAlī ibn AbīṬālib (7th century CE), cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet Muḥammad, who is said to have discovered the Seal series inscribed on a rock or stone.

– The Seven Seals of Judeo-Islamic Magic: Possible Origins of the Symbols, by Lloyd D. Graham