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Is the Star of David Jewish?

Updated on January 1, 2011

No, it is not.

It's an occult symbol and has nothing to do Judaism. In fact, every religion has this symbol, including Christianity and is the most powerful symbol in witchcraft. Have you ever heard of Star of David in the Old Testament? How exactly did it become affiliated with Judaism?

It is more accurately known as "The Seal of Solomon". Before we can appreciate the significance of this, we need to know who exactly is this symbol is associated with. See first video below.

The video proves that the Star of David is tantamount to 666 and Satan, geometrically and by name. What exactly does the Seal of Solomon have to do with 666 and devil worshipping?

Refer to 1 Kings 10:14:

"The weight of the gold that Solomon received was 666 talents, not including the revenues from merchants and traders and from all the Arabian Kings and the governors of the land."

The god of child sacrifices was called Molech and it is this god that King Solomon worshipped:

• Solomon worshiped Ashtoreth, the goddess of the Sidonians, and Molech,* the detestable god of the Ammonites.1 - 1 Kings 11:5

• On the Mount of Olives, east of Jerusalem, he even built a shrine for Chemosh, the detestable god of Moab, and another for Molech, the detestable god of the Ammonites. - 1 Kings 11:7

• For Solomon has abandoned me and worshiped Ashtoreth, the goddess of the Sidonians; Chemosh, the god of Moab; and Molech, the god of the Ammonites. He has not followed my ways and done what is pleasing in my sight. He has not obeyed my laws and regulations as his father, David, did. - 1 Kings 11:33

Interesting enough, our world leaders also worship Molech at Bohemian Grove:

See second video.

There is a book on demonology called, "The Lesser Key of Solomon", also known as Lemegeton.

The Lesser Key of Solomon explains the various spirits that can be evoked and the conjurations that needed to be uttered in order to make the demons do the will of the conjurer.  It includes the rituals to be performed, pre-ritual prepartions and the signs that protect the magician from spirits overpowering him. 

Unfortunately, Catholic exorcism rites are based on the Lesser Key of Solomon, which is used by black magicians, Aleister Crowley being an example. Not surprising, considering the Catholic Church has images of Jesus and the Seal of Solomon. It makes me realise just why Catholic exorcisms aren't that effective.

Unfortunately, the devil has weasled himself into every facet of life, especially religion.

The Seal of Solomon

Bohemian ritual, "Cremation of Care"


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      mikayla 5 years ago

      Jesus never used a "symbol" when he cast out demons. He used the power of his Word and faith. Catholism is evil, all you have to do is open up the bible and read it to see that. Just because someone uses the name Jesus to cast out demons doesnt mean they are going to heaven. Matthew 7: "Many will say , but Lord I cast out demons in your name...and I will say to them, I never knew you, depart from me you worker of lawlessness."

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      Anon a Mouse 6 years ago

      Hi Claire. Just a thought. I came across your hub while doing some esearch ( similar to research while avoiding the queue at The British Library ).This segula of Ashtoreth always reminds me of Matthew 24:15.Regards Anon

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      Claire Evans 6 years ago from South Africa

      Well, obviously Jesus’ name wasn’t used back then. God Almighty was which I assume is actually Satan, considering Solomon was a black magician and the Key of Solomon is a book on black magic. Here’s an excerpt from Book 2: Chapter 5:

      “I exorcise thee, O Creature of Water, by Him Who hath created thee and gathered thee together into one place so that the dry land appeared, that thou uncover all the deceits of the Enemy, and that thou cast out from thee all the impurities and uncleanness of the Spirits of the World of Phantasm, so they may harm me not, through the virtue of God Almighty Who liveth and reigneth unto the Ages of the Ages. Amen.”

      This really should come as no surprise because there is nothing more Satanic on this earth than the Vatican.

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      Tony Spicher 6 years ago

      What nonsense to say that the Catholic church exorcisms come from Solomon's lesser keys book !

      Since catholic exorcisms used Jesus' name to cast out demons, and evil spirits etc, Jesus was not about when Solomon formed his magickal writings, so how could Jesus' name have been used ? What a nonsense !

      I will say however that some black magicians have invented their ceremonies to borrow from the catholic rite of exorcism to cast out the demons they conjour up, simply because even black magicians know only the name of Jesus can be used to truly cast out wicked spirits and demons, fallen angels etc. So it is actually black magicians that have borrowed from Catholic exorcism prayers, and exorcism is very effective when done by a proper exorcist priest who has been given authority to do so by the church, and prepares for exorcism. Ordinary people are not allowed to do this and therefore is very dangerous if they even try it. Please get your facts straight before writing nonsense which is sinful as it misrepresents and causes hate and misinformation. Regards

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      Claire Evans 6 years ago from South Africa

      Thanks, lone77star! I've since learnt that the owl goddess at Bohemian Grove is actually Lillith, not Molech. However, they are both deities of human sacrifices. The latter is depicted as a bull.

      Absolutely EVERYTHING is traced back to Satanism, except Jesus. I actually cringe when I see the star symbol on TV or magazines and especially on Christmas trees.

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      Rod Martin Jr 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Wow! Bohemian Grove. Shades of Astarte and Solomon's downfall. That puts the coming conflict into a new and thoroughly biblical perspective for me.

      Thanks, Claire.

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      Claire Evans 7 years ago from South Africa

      Of course symbols are useless by themselves. If someone does have the faith of Christ, using a crucifix in an exorcism is useless.

      However, the will of those using the symbols can be exerted on others subconsciously. Take CBS news for example. Their symbol is the all-seeing eye, the highest symbol in the occult. When you watch the news, you subliminally believe what they want you to believe. It's like brain-washing. Why has the US chosen the symbol "The Pentagon", the inner most part of the Satanic Pentagram, as their DoD? Symbols are often cursed.

      As for the NDE's, most people change for the better after a NDE. They appreciate life more. Some atheists convert to Christianity afterwards because they have experienced hell.

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      50 Caliber 7 years ago from Arizona

      I'll maintain that symbols are useless by themselves, not to argue about your statement, not trying to discredit your view, I respectfully see a symbol as a I see a gun.

      Guns don't hail taxi cabs and ride down town and then tip the hack driver, waltz across the parking lot and gun a crowd down. Neither do symbols.

      Symbols require faith and application by at least one person who takes the symbol and uses it in the way that is required to get the result they wish for.

      A near death experience, as cited on your reference page, does in fact raise ones spiritual awareness as those of us who technically have died and then returned will never again be the same.

      The biggest reason that I advise those who are considering a DNR on a living will NOT to do it. Making the choice to be jolted back to the living from the state of death changes one forever, been there, done that, got the t-shirts from 4 trips to the grave and the last was DOA and a defibrillator got the thumper to thump and an external pacer hooked up while heart surgeons arrived and checked me out for response to questions to decide it was prudent to operate. They put me under, cracked me open put a pump on the main arteries, and a breathing machine on the lungs, then removed my heart put it on the work bench and installed a mechanical valve that clicks every time it operates. The harder I work or get excited it clicks much faster, as I relax it slows down and I get to hear it all. I spent 6 hours in surgery, technically dead and was put in an induced coma for 15 days or so. I was dove hunting and woke up around two weeks later in a whole different place by luck of the draw that an ambulance with full cardiac care was near the dirt road I was on and picked me up otherwise the arrival of said ambulance would have been at best 2 hours away.

      I previously had more of these experiences from different things starting way back in my Marine days.

      No symbols were involved to the best I know, but I saw the light and understand, loosely quoting "all the worry cannot change a single hair to black or white, nor add or take a single minute from your life. We have been predestined from before birth. Tic tock tic tock our time grows shorter only to be returned at the appointed time for an eternity, peace, 50

      PS: that makes me ever ready, trusting Duracell and I think I hear the bunny beating his drum, a power pack under each collar bone one for the valve and the other for a pacer that keeps things in proper firing order :)

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      Claire Evans 7 years ago from South Africa

      @Mickey, the majority of the public don't think that far and that is why these evil things get away with what they do. Imagine if reality was reported on the news?

      @ 50 Actually, symbols are very powerful. That is why pentagrams and hexagrams are used in rituals. They carry vibration. That is why the Illuminati are very much into symbolism.

      This will give you more information. It's a New Age site, and I'm very much against New Age, but it explains how symbols work.

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      50 Caliber 7 years ago from Arizona

      The star is but a symbol, and as for to whom does it belong and what does it mean? I for one don't really give a rats butt. If it exists in anyone's life as a shrine or part there of, they will get their due at the specified time. It is but a thing that on it's own can do nothing.

      Peace, Shalom, and all good things to you, 50

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      Micky Dee 7 years ago

      I've seen the second video and I have been very sure of demonic worship, aliens in the white house, etc. before then. There's no doubt our "masters" are into some bad jujumagumbo. They have to "cull" us occasionally.

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      Claire Evans 7 years ago from South Africa

      Thanks so much, James!

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      Twenty One Days 7 years ago

      Seems someone understands the influence of Ba`al quite well.Ashtoreth, Molech, Chemosh...

      Well explained, Claire.



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      Wesman Todd Shaw 7 years ago from Kaufman, Texas

      Because most of the people who call themselves Jews are Ashkenazi Jews, which means that they aren't Jews at all, unless they practice Judaism. There is no "Jewish Race" and there never was. There were Hebrews once, and those are Sephardic Jews today. Ashkenazi Jews are Khazars, the people that Hitler was trying to kill, and those folks know exactly what that symbol is, as their Rothschild owns Israel.

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      Claire Evans 7 years ago from South Africa

      Thanks, Todd! I wonder how many Jews ask themselves why the Star of David is not found in the Old Testament.

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      Wesman Todd Shaw 7 years ago from Kaufman, Texas


      Yeah, the six point star could be found on ancient Khazarian coinage too. We all know where Mayor Amschel Bauer got his adopted name from, or we all should.

      Solomon has always been about the most interesting guy in the O.T., it's so strange how he'd gone astray, tis the lure of the female. . . . HA!