6 Creation Days + 1 Sabbath Day = Star of David

Sometimes a symbol, and the meaning of that symbol, are the exact same thing. So too the Star of David and its unique visual picture of the 7 Days of Creation match each other with Mathematical precision. I’ll let the Rabbi explain:

“Still by exploring some various explanations on the meaning behind the Star of David, we can appreciate deep Jewish concepts. One idea is that a six-pointed star receives form and substance from its solid center. This inner core represents the spiritual dimension, surrounded by the six universal directions. (A similar idea applies to Shabbat the seventh day which gives balance and perspective to the six weekdays.)”

The Seven Most Occult Stars of David Ever Known! The Talismans of the Magi…

Talisman of Saturn

Talisman of Saturn- On the first face is engraved with a diamond-pointed the image of a scythe, enclosed in a pentagram. On the other side is engraved a bull’s head enclosed in a six-pointed star, and surrounded by letters composing the name Oriphiel, the planetary genius of Saturn according to the Alphabet of the Magi. The person who is to wear this talisman must engrave it himself, without witnesses of the deed and without having communicated his intention to anyone.

 

 

 

 

 

Talisman of Juptier

Talisman of Jupiter- On the first face is engraved with a diamond-pointed burin the image of a crown with four points at the centre of a pentagram, or five-pointed star. On the other side is engraved the image of an eagle’s head at the centre of a six-pointed star, surrounded by letters composing the name Zachariel, the planetary genius of Jupiter, according to the alphabet of the Magi.

 

 

Talisman of Mars

Talisman of Mars- On the first side is engraved with a diamond-pointed burin the image of swords enclosed in a pentagram. On the other side is engraved the image of a lion’s head at the centre of a six-pointed star and surrounded by letters composing the name Samael, the planetary genius of Mars, according to the alphabet of the Magi.

 

 

 

Talisman of the Sun

Talisman of the Sun- On the first side is engraved the image of a circle enclosed in a pentagram. On the second side is engraved a human head enclosed in a six-pointed star and surrounded by letters composing the name Miihael, the planetary genius of the Sun, according to the alphabet of the Magi.

 

 

 

 

Talisman of Venus

Talisman of Venus- On the first side is engraved the image of the letter G, enclosed in a pentagram. On the second side is engraved a dove at the centre of a six-pointed star surrounded by letters composing the name of Anael, the planetary genius of Venus, according to the alphabet of the Magi.

 

 

 

Talisman of Mercury

Talisman of Mercury- On the first side is engraved the image of a winged caduceus with two serpents enlaced, at the centre of a pentagram. On the other side is engraved a dog’s head, enclosed in a six-pointed star surrounded by letters composing the name Raphael, the planetary genius of Mercury, according to the alphabet of the Magi.

 

 

Talisman of the moon

Talisman of the Moon- On the first side is engraved the image of a crescent, enclosed in a pentagram. On the other side is engraved a goblet enclosed in 2 six-pointed star and surrounded by letters composing the name Gabriel, the planetary genius of the Moon, according to the alphabet of the Magi.

Talismans of the Magi, by Theophrastus Paracelsus, Wolf.mind.net

 

 

 

 

 

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

7PlanetsSoD

 

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)