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STAR OF DAVID *****************
The star of David, or magen David "Shield of David" is a six-pointed
star formed from two equilateral triangles. It takes its name from the
tradition that David carried a hexagram shaped shield during his defeat
Goliath. The most secret aspects of the Taoist symbol traced symbol for
Yin and Yang. The hexagram is highly suggestive of a substantial unity
and a union of opposites and is a powerful symbol of the macrocosm (God,
the universe or higher energies), and the relationship between the
macrocosm and the microcosm (mankind, Earth or human actions) . Some
note that the combination makes the triangles inseparable, like the
Jews. Some say that the three sides represent the three types of Jews:
Kochanim, Levites and Israel. While these theories are theologically
interesting and have little basis in historical fact.
symbol has strong connections with the Kavalismo with the upward
triangle (the symbol of the element of fire) representing the desired
intent of humans to reach or return to sulfur, and the downward triangle
(the symbol of the element water), indicating the descent of the
divine. Where these two meet in the center of the star, a point of
balance and beauty achieved.
The Star of David is sometimes
known as star of the author, in which each of the six points represents a
day of the week and the center corresponds to the Sabbath. It is a
strong symbol of Jewish identity remained strong because even during the
Nazi persecution, the Jews were forced to wear a yellow hexagram as an
identifier. The star was incorporated into the flag of the State of
Israel in 1948.
The Magen David (Shield of David, as it is
commonly known, the Star of David) is the symbol associated with Judaism
today, but it is actually a relatively new Jewish symbol. Supposedly
represents the Shield of David (or perhaps this banner), but there is
really no mention about it in any early rabbinical literature. In fact,
the symbol is very rare in early Jewish literature and artwork of the
The symbol of the combined equilateral triangles is
common in the Middle East and North Africa, and is thought to bring good
luck. Appears occasionally in early Jewish artwork, but never as an
exclusively Jewish symbol.
In the 17th century, it became a
popular practice to put the symbol outside of synagogues, to identify
them as Jewish temples of worship in much the same way that a cross
identifies a Christian church for Christians. There is not any
explanation why this symbol was selected from a different symbol.
The Star of David gained popularity as a Jewish symbol, when it was
adopted as the emblem of the Zionist movement in 1897, but the symbol
continued to be controversial for many years. When the modern state
Israel was founded, there was much debate over whether this symbol
should be used on the flag.
Today, the Star of David is a
universally recognized Jewish symbol. Appears on the flag of Israel and
the Jewish symbol of the Red Cross is known as the Magen David Adom.