Tuesday, 28 March 2017



How you are fallen from heaven, O Day Star, son of Dawn! How you are cut down to the ground, you who laid the nations low! (Isaiah 14:12)

Emblem of the State of Israel

The Emblem of the State of Israel (Hebrew: סמל מדינת ישראל‎, translated Semel Medinat Yisra'el‎, depicts a menorah surrounded by an olive branch on each side, and the writing "ישראל" (Hebrew for Israel) below it.[1] Since ancient times, the menorah has gained recognition as the most enduring and iconic Jewish symbol. The menorah was chosen as the Emblem of the State of Israel in 1948. This particular depiction may be based on the vision of the Zechariah, where he describes seeing a solid gold seven branched lampstand flanked by two olive trees, one on each side. (Zechariah 4:1-14). The Torah states that God Himself gave the instructions for the precise design and construction of the menorah directly to Moses. The golden lampstand was a foreshadowing of Jesus Christ, the future Messiah. The lampstand symbology carries right through from Moses to the vision of Zechariah, to the seven lampstands in Revelation 1:20.

“You shall make a lampstand of pure gold. The lampstand shall be made of hammered work: its base, its stem, its cups, its calyxes, and its flowers shall be of one piece with it. And there shall be six branches going out of its sides, three branches of the lampstand out of one side of it and three branches of the lampstand out of the other side of it; three cups made like almond blossoms, each with calyx and flower, on one branch, and three cups made like almond blossoms, each with calyx and flower, on the other branch—so for the six branches going out of the lampstand. And on the lampstand itself there shall be four cups mgade like almond blossoms, with their calyxes and flowers, and a calyx of one piece with it under each pair of the six branches going out from the lampstand. Their calyxes and their branches shall be of one piece with it, the whole of it a single piece of hammered work of pure gold. You shall make seven lamps for it. And the lamps shall be set up so as to give light on the space in front of it. Its tongs and their trays shall be of pure gold. It shall be made, with all these utensils, out of a talente of pure gold. And see that you make them after the pattern for them, which is being shown you on the mountain. (Exodus 25:31-40).

Now the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to Aaron and say to him, When you set up the lamps, the seven lamps shall give light in front of the lampstand.” And Aaron did so: he set up its lamps in front of the lampstand, as the Lord commanded Moses. And this was the workmanship of the lampstand, hammered work of gold. From its base to its flowers, it was hammered work; according to the pattern that the Lord had shown Moses, so he made the lampstand. (Numbers 8:1-4).

The menorah was an obvious choice as the official symbol for Israel in 1948, and yet somehow! the flag of Zionism which displays the so called Shield of David took precedence over it. In complete contrast with the menorah, Māḡēn Dāwīḏ, David's shield aka the Star of David was never a uniquely Jewish symbol until relatively recently. The word magen can be found sixty three times in the Old Testament and its short definition is shield.[2] However, there is no mention of David's shield in the scriptures, or for that matter in early rabbinic literature. The symbol is so rare in early Jewish literature and artwork that art dealers suspect forgery if they find the symbol in early Jewish works.[3]

M. Hirsch Goldberg in his book The Jewish Connection states: "The Star of David is not of Jewish origin - and the ancient Israelites never used it as their religious symbol" (they used the Menorah or Seven Candlestick). [4]

In reality the hexagram star is the star of rephaim/repham/remphan and has particular evil connotations in both the Old and the New Testaments. Remphan has links with Moloch, a Canaanite god associated with child sacrifice. Stephen condemned the practices associated with "Moloch and the star of your god Rephan" shortly before he was stoned (Acts 7:43Amos 5:26). This particular star god is known both as Rephan and Kalwan (Hebrew Chiun). Kewan is probably the Old Babylonian Kayawanu for the planet Saturn. Stars are often associated with, and named after, specific pagan gods, for instance Aphrodite is Venus, Zeus is Jupiter etc. The "host of heaven" presented a particular temptation for the ancient Israelites towards false worship (1 Kings 21:32 Kings 21:1). The Israelites were censured for false worship of the sun god Adrammelech (2 Kings 17:31) and Amon (Jeremiah 46:25); the moon goddess Anammelech and Diana/Artemis (Acts 19:24-35); and Merodach/Marduk (Mars?) (Jeremiah 50:2). Stars are sometimes illustrative of angels and fallen angels in the scriptures. (Job 38:7Revelation 1:20Revelation 12:4). John erroneously fell down to worship at the feet of an angel (Revelation 22:8). Satan himself, the "shining one" translated "star of the morning", masquerades as an angel of light. (Isaiah 14:122 Corinthians 11:14) in the place of Jesus Christ, the bright morning star. (Revelation 22:16). The Masonic Dictionary provides  convincing evidence that the "star of Remphan"refers to the Seal  of Solomon:

".....we can infer that this star of Remphan may well be the Seal of Solomon. In Qabbalistical magical texts attributed -- either rightly or wrongly -- to King Solomon, we see that both of these symbols, the pentagram and hexagram, when incased in a circle, are used to conjure spirits and called, respectively, the 'Pentacle of Solomon' or the 'Hexagram of Solomon'."  [5]

"The Seal of Solomon or the Shield of David, for under both names the same thing was denoted, is a hexagonal figure consisting of two interlaced triangles, thus forming the outlines of six-pointed star. Upon it was inscribed one of the sacred names of God, from which inscription it was opposed principally to derive its talismanic powers." [6]

Remphan was probably Saturn (Satan), 
the supreme god of the Chaldeans. Saturn was important to the religion of Mithra and also the Druids. Osiris, Egyptian god of the afterlife and lord of the dead is also represented by Saturn. The horned deity, the “great god Pan”represented Saturn in ancient paganism. This half-man half-goat creature is considered the ancestor of our modern depictions of Satan.

Manley P. Hall: “The pipes of Pan signify the natural harmony of the spheres, and the god himself is a symbol of Saturn because this planet is enthroned in Capricorn, whose emblem is a goat.” [7] There are also occult links between Chium/Saturn and the mark of Cain. According to Blavatsky: “The god of time was Chium in Egypt, or Saturn...and Chium is the same as Cain.” [8]

Interestingly, Rome was originally known as Saturnia, the City of Saturn. The Roman Catholic church retains much of the Saturn worship in its ritual. Black cubes and monoliths also play a part in Saturn’s dark symbolism. The supreme deity Ēl or Il (Father of Heaven / Saturn) is the husband of the goddess Asherah and was represented by a black cube according to the clay tablets of Ugarit.

Masonic author John Sebastian Marlow Ward associated Saturn with Satan: “Saturn is the opposite to Jupiter; his symbol is the cross above the sign of Luna. He is the Satan, the Tempter, or rather the Tester. His function is to chastise and tame the unruly passions in the primitive man.”  [9]
There is a direct link between Rephaim and evil spirits in the book of I Enoch. The Rephaim were the offspring of the "watchers" or fallen angels, the giants, who were condemned to become evil spirits. (Enoch 15:8-9 cf. Daniel 4:131723). I think that we must take the Book of I Enoch seriously since it is identified as prophecy by Jude, the Lord's half brother and one of the twelve apostles. (Jude 1:14 cf.  Jude1:6). Og king of Bashan appears to be the last remaining of the Rephaim, Moses having previously struck and dispossessed them. (Joshua 12:413:12 Deuteronomy 3:11). The Rephaim were variously known also by other names: Emim, Gibborim, Zamzummim, Anakim and Avim. (Deuteronomy 2:10-23). Evidence for the existence of antediluvian/postdiluvan giants is compelling. Not only do giants appear as the Nephilim in the scriptures (Genesis 6:4Numbers 13:33), in the Book of I Enoch and other extra-biblical material, references to giants (Greek Gigantes) appear in the ubiquitous mythology and legends of many cultures.

Demonic associations with the hexagram star can easily be brought up to date. The hexagram is a very powerful witchcraft symbol and is used to conjure evil spirits (the Rephaim) when it is drawn inside a circle. Aleister Crowley devised the unicursal hexagram, which he claimed further codified the symbolism contained within the hexagram, the rosy cross, and the ankh. In fact, Crowley gave prominence to the hexagram and described it as "the lesser ritual of the pentagram". Thelemapedia  makes a distinct connection between the hexagram and the planets Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Sol, Venus, Mercury and Luna.[10] Blavatsky noted the significance of the theosophic hexagram, and Hitler, who was a member of the Satanist Thule Society, used this curse symbol to mark the Jews during the holocaust.

The Star or Shield of David became an official symbol of Judaism after it was chosen to represent the First Zionist Congress in 1897 by secular Jew, Theodore Herzl. Herzl was the President of World Zionism and the founder of the First Zionist Congress, the political movement created to ensure a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Edmond de Rothschild, the real power behind Zionism, worked closely with both Theodore Herzl and his successor, Chaim Weizmann. Rothschild told Weizmann: "Without me Zionism would not have succeeded...."  Hence, the “Rothschild Hexagram” was adopted as the "flag of Zion" in 1948. When the Flag of Israel was unveiled, it met with tremendous opposition from many Jews who were aware of its historical connection with the mystery religions as the symbol of Moloch:

".....the symbol continued to be controversial for many years afterward. When the modern state of Israel was founded, there was much debate over whether this symbol should be used on the flag." [11] Opposition to the hexagram star symbol ecessitated significant revisionist propaganda in order to transform it into an acceptable Jewish symbol. The saying: "If you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it" is attributed to Joseph Goebbels. The often repeated revisedexplanation for the hexagram star is as follows:

"The two blue stripes represent a tallit or prayer shawl, and both sides of the split Red Sea that the Hebrews walked through as written in the Book of Exodus. The Star of David also represents the Jewish identity of Israel, as well as the culture and history of the Israeli people."  [12]

In reality, the star of Remphan morphed into the occult Seal of Solomon and the Rothschild Hexagram aka the Illuminati Hexagram. I view Magen David as a satanic facade in order to obscure the true demonic history of the Star of Remphan. Even the designation of the shield of David is a misnomer. With no scriptural basis and all the evidence of evil and death attending this symbol prior to the 19th century, the hexagram is surely not God's choice for the symbol of Israel. This symbol does remind me of the propensity for the ancient Israelites to worship the true God and other gods concurrently. We therefore have the usurper, the so called star or shield of David, competing with the menorah for precedence.

The Rothchilds are believed to own and control 80% of the state of Israel and are one of the wealthiest families on earth. The red background of the Rothschild family shield is identical to that found on the heraldic arms of the Byzantine emperors and the Vatican. The history of the Rothschild dynasty is key to the implementation of the star of David as the premier Israeli symbol. Ashkenazi Jew, Mayer Amshel Bauer (born 1744), started his career at the Oppenheim banking-house in Hanover and rose through the ranks to become a junior partner. The Oppenheimers were early members of the Bavarian Illuminati, and it appears that this was the catalyst that enabled Baur to ingratiate himself with the Luciferian elite. Baur possessed immense intellectual ability and was a shrewd businessman. Around the year 1760 Baur began doing business with the court of Hanau, aided by his acquaintance with General von Estorff. In 1763 Baur returned to Frankfurt having acquired his father's business. It was at this time that he changed his name to Mayer Amschel Rothschild (red shield) and adopted the symbol of the hexagram.[13] "Give me control over a nation's currency, then it does not interest me who makes the laws." Mayer Amschel Rothschild
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The history of the hexagram star is compelling, but in addition, the six-sided star numerically equals 666 (6 points, 6 triangles, 6-sided hexagon). Because this symbol is comprised of a six within a six within a six ( 6 points, 6 triangles, 6 sides of the inner hexagon), some speculate that it is the mark of the beast (Revelation 13:18).

Abstain from all appearance of evil. (1 Thessalonians 5:22 KJV)

But false prophets also arose among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Master who bought them, bringing upon themselves swift destruction. (2 Peter 2:1).

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emblem_of_Israel
[4] http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=47474&forum=34
[7] Manly P. Hall, Secret Teachings of All Ages
[8] Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine (897:390)
[9] J.S.M. Ward, Freemasonry and the Ancient Gods
[11] https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/the-star-of-david

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