The Seal of Solomon could bind Demons

[By] divine assistance the archangel Michael presented him with a magical ring from God- engraved on it was the so-called Seal of Solomon that had the power to bind demons. More than 36 demons could be harnessed through this ring, and King Solomon was said to have utilized some of their magical powers to speed up work on the temple. Other demons were sealed up like genies in a bottle.

– The Varieties of Magical Experience, by Lynne L. Hume and Nevill Drury,


The Seal of Solomon’s Tetragrammaton



We have taught in the Book of THAT Which is Concealed, that there is:
“Yod above, Yod below.”
“Heh above, Heh below.”
“Vav above, Vav below.”

Idra Zuta Qadusha, LESSER HOLY ASSEMBLY 109-111

The Star of David in Islam – A Comprehensive Ikonographic Display

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Muslim Stars of David in Jerusalem
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Muslim Stars of David
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Muslim Stars of David II
Muslim Stars of David III
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Islamic Star of David Flags
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Dome of the Rock’s Numerous Stars of David

The Christian Kingdom of Ethiopia’s Royal Family used the Star of David too

Ethiopia’s Order of Solomon’s Seal was created in 1874 by Emperor Yohannes IV. There were four levels in the Order, each with a separate medal. Here are three of them:


Just guess what the 1939 Flag of Palestine looked like

According to the 1939 French LarRousse Dictionary, the flag of Palestine was one half white, one half blue with a gold Star of David. This was the official flag for the international region of Palestine since at least 1924 up until 1939. Apparently it was rarely seen due to the fact that the Brits were still in charge of the region when the Ottoman Empire disintegrated, so their own colonial flag tended to be flown instead. The authenticity of this flag can be seen in the actual pages of the 1939 dictionary displayed below:

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Whether today’s Muslims like it or not, the Star of David was/is an Islamic Symbol

The six-pointed star is actually a common symbol throughout many different religions, including Islam. Muslims know the hexagram as the Seal of Solomon — both Solomon and David were prophets, and both are mentioned in the Islamic holy book, the Quran. The hexagram appears in Islamic artifacts and mosques worldwide.

Star of David Vs. Star of Islam,

The Star of David Patterns on the Dome of the Rock

A repeating blue and yellow Star of David/Seal of Solomon/Hexagram pattern upon the Muslim-built and Muslim-controlled Mosque on the Temple Mount known as the Dome of the Rock.




Look closely at the yellow and dark blue geometrical pattern surrounding the light blue and white striped archway. If one takes the time to examine it carefully enough, then the numerous Stars of David (each composed of 6 blue points surrounding a yellow hexagon) become clearly visible for all to see.


Highlighting one of the Many Stars of David upon the Dome of the Rock