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The Mogen David has seven internal areas, six are alike, representing the six workdays, and the seventh represents the Sabbath. The outside of the Star has 12 sides representing the 12 tribes of Israel. The Star is made from two intertwined Paleo-Hebrew Dalets, with which David's name was spelled.

Recently two inscriptions have been found proving that the Mogen David (which some call "Star of David") was the seal of state of ancient Israel.

The first may be found in David Rohl's book Pharaoh's and Kings. It is a bass relief sculpture of King Jehu (one of the righteous kings of Israel) with his men behind him, paying homage to the King of Assyria who has conquered him. The relief shows the seal of state of Assyria over the head of the King of Assyria (the winged solar disk). King Jehu has the seal of state of Ancient Israel over his head, the Mogen David.

The second is even older. It may be found in the book THE NAME OF GOD by James R. Harris p. 205. It dates to the time of the Judges and was found at Gibeon. It is a Mogen David with YAH written in Hebrew in it.

Some have pointed to the "Star" (Hebrew: "Kokba") in Amos to defame Jews for using this symbol. However the "Star of David" is actually in Hebrew the MOGEN DAVID ("SHIELD of David"). NOT the KOKBA DAVID ("Star of David") . It is only in English that the MOGEN DAVID has been mistakenly called the "Star of David".

Moreover, regardless of what other uses this symbol may have had, the archaeological evidence is clear. The Mogen David WAS the seal of state of ancient Israel, even under the righteous King Jehu. Moreover it was used
as a symbol by Hebrews in connection with worshiping YAH as early as the time of the Judges.

The Nazarene Seal is a seal that was found on several artifacts found in the ancient Essene Quarter of Jerusalem in a grotto adjacent to the upper room, which is directly astride the ancient location of the ancient Nazarene Synagogue on Mt. Zion. This is a synagogue which was built after 70 CE with stones from the recently destroyed Temple

carried over from the adjacent ridge of the Temple Mount. The artifacts are widely regarded as being of Nazarene origin and dating to the early second century.

The artifacts in question are some shards of pottery, n oil lamp and a "stand" labeled in a first century Aramaic script "for the anointing oil" which appears to be a stand for a flask of anointing oil. Remains of a matching flask, also containing the seal were found nearby.

The seal is made up of three parts. The center of the seal is the Mogen David (Star of David, or literally "Shield of David"). The top "point" of the Mogen David serves as the triangular shaped base for a seven branched menorah. The bottom "point" of the Mogen David is part of the lower, more controversial symbol.

This lower symbol has been mistaken by some as a "Christian Fish" and redrawn by many so as to more closely resemble a Christian fish. In fact an image of a fish would have violated the Torah commandment against religious images of “…anything… that is in the water under the earth…” (Ex. 20:4).

Many redrawings of the seal have altered the "snout" of the supposed fish, making it pointed, as it is in the Christian fish. I have examined photographs of all eight of the "seal" artifacts, and in only one is the "snout" pointed, and that is one in which the entire seal is drawn with straight lines, so that the bottom symbol is diamond shaped. In the seven remaining artifacts the "snout" is missing from five, and rounded in the remaining two.

The next question is the "eye" of the "fish". The eye portion is missing from four artifacts. In three others the "eye" appears to be a dot, in two of these the dot is off centered and could an "eye", while in one of them it is nearly centered. In the remaining artifact the "eye" is a "+".

This symbol is not a "fish" but the Hebrew letter ALEF as drawn in the Essene "Cryptic Script" used in 4Q298. The "eye" was originally a TAV as written in the ancient Paleo Hebrew Script (which also closely resembles the TAV used in the Essene "Cryptic Script" of 4Q298. This TAV is written dead center. It appears to have later been replaced in time by a "dot" which eventually evolved into the "eye" of a "Christian Fish". The original bottom portion of the seal was a representation of "The Alef and the Tav".

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Comment by Mavryk Chaparral on November 1, 2009 at 10:30pm

elemental landscape by Harry Callahan
In this photographic image of a weed against the sky we can see an archetypal feminine image. The great patriarch Avraham was no stranger to this imagery. For the ancient Hebrew pictographic letter Waw or more correctly UU (oo) looked exactly like this

It's primary meaning was tent peg which also meant add, secure, hook. In Yahshar 21:22-48 Avraham goes to visit his son Yishmael. When he comes to the tent Yishmael is not there but his wife is inhospitable to Avraham, and so Avraham leaves an encoded message with her about the tent peg not being good (little did she know that the message was about herself). When Yishmael returned, he understood the message was not about the tent peg, but his wife dishonoring him, so he sent her away and got a different wife. Avraham once again comes to visit when Yishmael is not around, but his new wife is hospitable to Avraham. Avraham leaves a message with her about the tent peg being good, she relays it to Yishmael, and he right away knows that his new wife did honor him. Obviously the tent peg is a euphemism and literal graphic image for wife.

note the similarities for the ancient Hebrew UU or Waw and this ancient sumerian symbol for woman from about 3000 b.c.e. The upside down triangle is a feminine representation.

is a symbol for female in both ancient and modern ideographic systems. in particular it is the female part of the family symbol

note the similarity of the right side up triangle in this modern woman symbol

and as could be expected, the French and Gypsy hobo system had

as a sign for woman or woman lives here

So then, what was the Northern Kingdom of Yisrael (Ephrayim) compared to in Yermeyahu 3 and Yehezkel 23?
A woman

What was the Southeren Kingdom of Yisrael (Yahudah) compared to in Yermehay 3 and Yehezkel 23?
A woman

Sisters to be exact. And both separated.

What do we have in Yehezkel 37:16--28? The two previously separated metaphorical sisters are symbolized by two sticks which are then reunited together la achdim (as one) in the Hand of YHWH

Comment by Mavryk Chaparral on November 3, 2009 at 6:14am
This was my own research. It had come about after seeing much research from others showing the occultic and satanic connections to the hexagram, and so up till now I had been very skeptical of any validity whatsoever for the hexagram. But my change of mind came when a friend gave the following analogy: if someone stole your car and committed a robbery with it, it doesn't mean that you used your car to commit a robbery. Also, on the Alex Jones show, he said something to the effect that there are certain archetypal symbols that are ingrained in our beings, and those symbols can be used for good or evil (an example being the Native American swastika vs. the Nazi swastika), so it was with those two premises that i took another look at the hexagram.
The book of Yahshar
Ancient Pictographic Hebrew chart
Comment by Mavryk Chaparral on November 3, 2009 at 6:21am
Correction on the title of the photograph of the weed against the sky: the title should be "Detroit"
Comment by James Trimm on November 5, 2009 at 11:11pm
It is the ensign (sign/standard/seal) of Israel mentioned so often in Scripture (Is. 5:26; 11:10, 12; 18:3; 30:17; 31:9; Zech 9:16)
Comment by James Trimm on November 6, 2009 at 12:56am
I think I established that the Mogen David is the historic "ensign" of Israel in the earlier post, obviously the Scriptures don't draw a picture of the ensign, they don't need to, the authors assumed their Jewish readers would know what their own ensign looks like. BTW there is no picture of a bear, because the authors assume we know what a bear looks like.


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