Lies about the Star of David

Full read here, http://therefinersfire.org/star_of_david.htm

Many Christians have written to The Refiner’s Fire to inform us that the Star of David is an evil, occultic thing, which therefore makes the Jews an evil people and Israel and evil nation. We provide the following as food for thought for anyone who wishes to become informed with the TRUTH from a Hebrew as opposed to a Greek viewpoint:


The exact origins of the symbol’s relation to Jewish identity are unknown, but the bottom line is: the Star of David comprises two of the three letters in the name David. In its Hebrew spelling, it contains only three characters, two of which are “D” (or “Dalet”, in Hebrew). In ancient times, this letter was written in a form much like a triangle, similar to the Greek letter Delta, with which it shares a sound and the same (4th) position in their respective alphabets, as it does with English. The symbol may have been a simple family crest formed by flipping and juxtaposing the two most prominent letters in the name.

“The Jews” as many allege, never set out to use use an occultic symbol to represent their nation. Originally, the Hebrew name Magen David (“Shield of David”) poetically referred to God. It acknowledged that the Jewish military hero, King David, did not win by his own might, but by the support of the Almighty. Their intent was never to worship Moloch, Chiun or Remphan, the names for the star god, Saturn, whose symbol is a six pointed star formed by two triangles worshipped by the Chaldeans. This is idea is completely man-made and fabricated and the bottom line is, it’s just another attack against the Jewish people….

The long and often difficult history of the Jews shows that their only hope was to place their trust in Yahweh and so, to a Jewish person, the six points of the Star of David symbolize God’s rule over the universe in all six directions: north, south, east, west, up and down.

Author Andrew Gabriel Roth provides further explanation:

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