The Jewish expropriation of the 6-pointed star

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-07-06 22:11

This is the original image Donald Trump tweeted out, later changing the star shape to a circle shape after Jews raised a huge outcry.


By Carolyn Yeager

DO JEWS OWN THE 6-POINTED STAR? It's a legitimate question since they put up a collective complaint every time it's used in a way they don't approve. Like the current rukus they are making over a Donald Trump tweeted image that includes a solid red star-shape with 6 points superimposed over a bed of $100 bills and the face of Hillary Clinton. The image was about Clinton and her corrupt million-dollar donations while in public office, but the Jewish Lobby didn't like the use of a star in any way similar to their “star of David,” the national symbol of Israel and the “Jewish people.” The actual “Star of David is two triangle outlines put together, one upside down. The only relationship the solid red star has with the star on the Israeli flag is the 6 points! And that's why I ask: Can no one but them use a 6-pointed star?

The Jews do this all the time. They adopt a common symbol, or word or phrase, for a campaign or project of their own, then accuse use of it by others to be offensive, desecrating to them and their institutions, thus anti-Semitic. Hogwash. This is nothing less than Jew-rule and excessive control. Yet most all of the media and craven politicians go along every time. In this case, the prize of being the most “owned” politician goes to Paul Ryan, Republican Speaker of the House, who, without even seeing it (he says) responds to the uproar by condemning his own party's presidential candidate for being out-of-control on social media. Wow. Before this latest incident, I had already concluded that Ryan's problem is that he isn't very smart. Seriously, I just think he has a pretty average IQ and so he makes it easy on himself and goes by the Jewish rule book. I sincerely hope Paul Nehlen whips his ass (pardon the expression).

But getting back to the 6-pointed star, just what is its origin and why did the Jews adopt it … and when?

The six-sided hexagon is one of the basic geometric shapes: they are angle, triangle, square, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon … and so on.
The six-pointed hexagram is a hollow 6-pointed star formed by overlapping two equilateral triangles.

TheUpliftingCrane's (long-running) Blog did some research into the question which I have summarized below:

It was Jewish Kabbalists who decided that the six-pointed star is a Jewish symbol, but nothing could be further from the truth. It is not Jewish but occult. The six-pointed star is a hexagram – a curse mark – no matter whether it's called the Star of David, Solomon's Seal, Double Triangle, Shield of David, etc. When the occult practitioner puts a curse on someone, he uses the hexagram (that's why it's called a “Hex!”) It is also called “the mark of the beast,” and associated with the worship of Saturn. The beast is Saturn (Satan) and his mark is the 6-pointed star.

Here is a stunning image of the hexagon-shaped jet stream that has flowed around Saturn's north pole for at least 30 years, captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft in 2009. Scientists cannot say what causes it and where it sucks in and expels its energy.

So from this little introduction to the subject, I think we can say – let the Jews have their six-pointed star! Who wants it? It reveals a lot about them. It's right in line with the famous motto of the Israeli national intelligence service, Mossad: By way of deception, thou shalt do war. It's actually fitting that it should have been used for the Hillary Clinton corrupt money poster, but knowing it's occult meaning can explain why the Jews and Jewish media can't allow it to be handled by anyone but themselves. Clinton, money and connection to Israel's occult Star of David is a dangerous combination that is not to be messaged to the world at-large but reserved for the inner circle. That obviously doesn't include Donald Trump … thank goodness.

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US elections, Jews

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This reminds me of that tile found at Treblinka that had the six-pointed star on it ("pierced mullet star") that turned out to be the trademark of the tile's manufacturer.
There are lots of examples of six-pointed stars used by non-Jews before the 20th century.
 
https://narinnamkn.wordpress.com/2012/11/29/armenian-wheel-of-eternity-s...
https://pictures.amazingdiscoveries.org/SymbolsofGods/4834-moon-and-sun.jpg
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e7/1852_3_Cent_Si...
 
http://www.harvardartmuseums.org/art/184317

The Trump Team should have used the circle of stars on the one dollar bill.  Would the Democates then say that America was anti-Semitic?  (And it is a long held secret that most Jews (Zionists) are not Semitic.) 

An ordinary six pointed star is not Jewish, Hebraic, zionist or semitic. Ask any sherriff in any county in the USA.
 
To make a Mogen David you have to have two TRIANGLES. One pointing up; one pointing down. It is the combination of two pubic triangles---and the pubic triangle (I guess, would be semi-pornographic) goes back to neolithic times. Years ago a djoo told me the two trangles represent the power of Yahweh beaming down on the chosen peeps, and the mikvahs of the chosen peeps going upwards to fortify Yahweh.
 

Someone at the TheUpliftingCrane's Blog commented:

The triangle pointing down is of the womb of the Godess Nut in ancient Egypt. The Triangle pointing up is the head of her husband Geb’s penis (pyramid [also defined as inner fire])… This is the first marriage symbol showing unity [...] it all originated in Egypt. 

And also:

If this has not become evident to you, the occultist, the paganist, worship sex.

STAR OF DAVID
"The six-pointed Star of David is the common symbol of Judaism today, but it isn’t nearly as old as the menorah. A symbol of two overlaid equilateral triangles was a common symbol of good fortune in the ancient Near East and in North Africa. It is found in early Jewish artwork as far back as the first century C.E.—in the stones of the ancient synagogue of Capernaum, Israel, for example—but not as a symbol of Judaism. In the 1600s it began to be used to mark the exteriors of some Jewish houses of worship in Europe, to identify them, and then began to be associated with the ancient King David. The Star of David reached its current status when it became the symbol of the Zionist movement to resettle Palestine in 1897.Today it appears on the flag of the modern nation of Israel."   REL3 10.1, Robert Van Voorst 
So the star is officially a symbol of Zionism, not Judaism.  

The Coincidence Detector has been a nice tool to identify Jews.
 
But they put up a poll deciding whether or not Stephan Molyneux will be taken off the CD.
 
He admits his mom was German Jew. youtube.com/watch?v=-ZkMc5bvuyQ&gl=GB&hl=en-GB
They want to award him Honarary Aryan status and the site owner doesn't think he's Jewish, even though he admitted it. If they get 66% Yes votes to take him off, Molyneux will suddenly stop being Jewish. Don't that happen.
 
 

Magen David/Star of David is really one of the Seals of Solomon and often used in Ceremonial Magic and especially by Kabbalists.
 
"So the star is officially a symbol of Zionism, not Judaism." That is so true.

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