Compelling Evidence that the Six-Pointed Star of David is Good, not Evil

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

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In Praise of 7 Circles (In Praise of the Star of David)

 

The faultless symmetry of 6, its relation to 3 and 2, and its regular division of the circle, are portrayed in the familiar hexagram known as the Shield of David. Seven, when represented as a compact group of circles reveals itself as a number of singular beauty and perfection, worthy of the important place accorded to it in all mystical philosophy.

– The Beautiful Necessity, Claude Fayette Bragdon

For the Last Time, the Star of David is 7, NOT 666

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The Star of David is 7, NOT 666!

 

 

The attacks being made on the Star of David…are often poorly veil ed attempts at Anti- Semitism. This can be seen in the false teaching that the Star of David is the Mark of the Beast because it has six points, six triangles, and six hexagon sides. However, the Hexagram shape of the Star of David is more properly viewed as…six triangles and one hexagon, which equals Seven shapes, not six!

– The Cross, Fish, Menorah, and Star of David as Divine Symbols, by Helena Lehman

A 7-Planet Star of David Rainbow

The Seven Planets of classical astrology correspond to the six points of the Hexagram and its center.

The Hexagram, Byzant.com

 

 

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The Star of David’s Seven Planets of Astrology

The Hexagram, like the pentagram, was and is used in practices of the occult and is attributed to the 7 ‘old’ planets outlined in astrology.

– Hexagram, Wikipedia

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Students of the Western Hermetic Tradition are no doubt familiar with the association of the six points and center of the Hexagram with the Seven Planets known to the ancients. (The word “planet” originally had a broader meaning than it is given today, and was used to refer to any celestial body observed to move in a regular cycle through the sky. According to this early usage, both the moon and the sun count as planets.)

– The Inner Hexagram, by Simon Jester
(http://anubis4_2000.tripod.com/Symbolicon/Essays/InnerHexagram.htm)