Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Seven Parts to the Star of David Represent the First Seven Days of Creation

Six pointed star-symbol of the world’s oldest religion Judaism (about 4000 years old) - Each point represents the days of the week (Monday to Saturday or the 6 days of Creation) the hexagon in the center represents the Sabbath (seventh day) A lesser known name is Creator’s Star.

- Star of David,

Monday, 20 May 2013

The Star of David and the Book of Genesis, Chapter One, Verse One...

In the beginning, God created the Heavens and the Earth.

- Genesis 1:1




Notice how the Star of David is indeed the perfect symbol for which to represent all of God's Creation, not just Heaven (Triangle UP or Eye Above), or Earth alone (Triangle DOWN or Eye Below), but the entire continuum (both Heaven AND Earth) initially created by God at the beginning of Time. Seems to me, the Star of David is indeed referenced with the very first sentence found in the Judeo/Christian Bible. It is one of the reasons why the Catholic Church still tends to call the hexagram the Star of Creation, or Creator's Star.    

The Number of the Star of David isn’t 6, or 7, or 5, it’s 33 – Maccabaeus

The Number of the Star of David isn’t 6, or 7, or 5, it’s 33 – Maccabaeus:

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A Single Poem about the Single Geometric Shape called the Star of David, the Hexagram


Sunday, 19 May 2013

The Star of David in Da Vinci's 'Proportions of the Human Figure'

There has recently been a tremendous amount of excitement around the symmetry and geometry that is contained in DaVinci's drawing called "Proportions of the Human Figure." The popular novel, "The DaVinci Code" by Dan Brown tells of how there is a six-pointed star hidden within the drawing. One idea around the six-pointed star is that the 2 intersecting triangles represent a symmetrical union of male (yang) and female (yin). 

I have seen some constructions within the drawing that have been made by others, towards the end of espousing certain conclusions. For example, some think that the star represents something called the Merkaba. The Merkaba is a star tetrahedron which represents the human energy field (or light body).

- The Da Vinci Code, by Ralph Miller, (


The first DaVinci Code article showed step-by-step how a perfect six-pointed star could be constructed within the human figure. Some suggest that the six-pointed star also represents two three-dimensional tetrahedrons. A tetrahedron is a four-sided solid, where each side is an equilateral triangle. The two interlocking tetrahedrons together form a solid called a star tetrahedron.

To review, you have a perfect six-pointed Star of David in DaVinci's drawing, which can be extended into a three-dimensional star tetrahedron, unfolding a story about unknown hyper-dimensional physical forces 

The symmetry and synchronicity of this is amazing. "As above, so below" takes on real meaning when you think of the Star of David revealed by DaVinci and in the sky...The drawing contains much, much more hidden information.

- The Da Vinci Code, by Ralph Miller, (







Saturday, 18 May 2013

The Star and Stripes of David / A 19th century American Flag with Similarities to the Great Seal of the United States


A late 19th Hand-Made American Flag with 13 Six-Pointed Stars forming an Even Larger Six-pointed Star of David











Six pointed stars on American Flags are a very rare trait, shared only by a handful of known examples.  The same can be said of flags with cantons arranged in a six-pointed great star configuration.  This configuration of stars on a flag of pieced and sewn construction is known on less than four or five surviving flags. The pattern is very similar to the star pattern seen on the official Great Seal of the United States.  The first die of the Great Seal, cast from brass in 1792, featured a "glory" of six pointed stars arranged to form a single six pointed star.  Although the "glory" on the Great Seal is oriented to with a single star at the top, the "glory" pattern on this flag is rotated 90 degrees.  

- American National Flag, 13 Stars, Six-pointed Stars, (