The facts about certain symbols and their origins

I have been wanting to discuss about these symbols for quite some time,yet put it off.I had my reasons.

Let me start with the Star of David which isn’t to do with David at all,nor did he ever support such a star.The people have been deceived greatly that it’s very sad.The Star of David is actually the Star of Moloch and people especially Jews have been deceived by Adolf Hitler and those who declared Israel on the 14th of May in 1948.

The Star of Moloch is even discussed by the Bible.I will go in depth about it and even show you how it all got started.Here goes:

The Star of David is not Christian and not even really Jewish,yet derives from plain evil.Moloch was the same being that demanded people in the Bible to sacrifice their children into the fire to Moloch. It is basically a hexagram used in witch craft to do spells and stuff.Nothing good comes from using it.

Let me delve into the Bible to discuss this even further shall we:

Amos 5:26 says this:But ye have born tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images,the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves.

It has nothing to do with David,but to those people who turned from God.This symbol can even be found in India so you know that it has no good basis,but evil origins indeed.

The Pentagram will be discussed next.The Pentagram is also known as the Pentacle.It originates from 3500 B.C. with the ancient Chaldeans.They adorned all their pottery and stuff with it.

The Hebrews even viewed the pentagram as representing as the first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures.

The Medieval Christians viewed it as symbolizing the 5 Wounds of Christ.For the first hundred years after Jesus ascension it was the main symbol of the Roman Catholic Church.

Even to pagans it is viewed as a symbol that stood for the five elements.One of which is Spirit.It was used on the side of a coin with the hexagram on the other in ancient time.

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