The Creator's Star?
lthough I am now rarely amazed at the degree of apostasy which continues to rise within the "Christian" church -- even I was surprised when one of our friends sent in a Christian school text book with a picture and a favorable mention of the hexagram -- the well known image of the six pointed star.
Over the years, we've found many, many believers who never questioned the use of the hexagram as an acceptable religious symbol, because they've seen it in a favorable context for most, if not all, of their lives. However, as writer Richard Rives is fond of saying, "time is the ally of deceit," so just because so many believers have been conditioned for many years into viewing this image in a positive light, does not make it so.
In the present case, the textbook in question, entitled Bible History For Christian Schools, is a Lutheran published work which calls the hexagram The Creator's Star. Published in 1969, the "Christian" school book says the following:
"The creation is frequently represented in a symbolic form, the six pointed star, known as the Creator's Star (sometimes called David's Star). It consists of two equilateral triangles, symbolizing the trinity."
As this is actually a textbook, it's a fair indicator that there are many people who, raised in Christian environments which included Sunday school as children, have been taught from their earliest years the six pointed star is associated with Israel, but still has some sort of positive connection to Christianity. It is self evident the six pointed star is still the symbol of Israel and, in even more religious indoctrination, the world's consciousness closely associates anyone who would disparage the image as being anti-Semitic, or even somehow sympathetic to the Nazis, or fanatical factions within the Islamic faith.
Even fewer believers stop to question just how the Lutheranscame to the conclusion that two triangles somehow "represent" the Trinity -- to say nothing of transforming the star into something called "The Creator's Star." The fact is, there is not one shred of Scripture which would present the hexagram as a symbol which is associated with the "creator." Furthermore, there is no Biblical verse which even hints at it being somehow representative of the Trinity.
Indeed, the idea of the hexagram enclosing two triangles to represent the Trinity is thoroughly illogical in itself -- unless one is of the opinion there are two trinities. The source of this legend is, of course, never provided by anyone who seeks to rehabilitate the ancient image because the plain truth is, the six pointed star has an occultic origin -- period. In fact, one needs but the most superficial of probes into the decidedly Satanic material known as the Kabballah in order to find a connection between the six pointed star and some very dark Spiritual practices.
Fortunately, we don't need to consult the black magic books of Freemasonry and the Kaballah to learn about the mystical star, as it shows up in both the Old Testament and the New Testament -- and, as the Bible itself declares
"All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness..." (II Timothy 3:16).
How ironic to see the stated purpose of "instruction" associated with the Scriptures, which tell us the six pointed star is thoroughly Satanic, is completely ignored by religious textbooks which have now turned that very same star into the so called "Creator's Star!"
The verses which pointedly condemn the star are all closely associated with the apostasy of Solomon -- the formerly wise king of Israel, who turned to the star gods and the "host of heaven" in his later years. When Solomon allowed the heathen religious star deities entrance into the temple of God in Jerusalem, history records he was decidedly influenced both by the royal daughter of Pharaoh, and his close friend, Hiram of Tyre. Archaeological records actually show an engraved version of the star, known as the Tyrian Signet (the sign from Tyre) was enthusiastically received by the famous Hebrew king.
We know the Nephilim giants -- who were descended from the fallen angels who came from the stars, and were dubbed the Annunaki ("those who from heaven to Earth came"), worshiped the star goddess Ashteroth as early as the days of Sodom and Gomorrah, which were destroyed in the time of Abraham. This wasn't long after the flood and the Tower of Babel account, and the Nephilim giants are seen even before the flood of Noah, so the veneration of the star gods likely goes back to the very beginning.
Indeed, the capital of the Nephilim and Rephaim giants, who worshiped the star goddess was Ashteroth Karnaim -- which not only includes the word star in Ashtar, but literally meansAshteroth of the Two Horns (Genesis 14:5). This connects the "star god" religion to the two horns which look like a lamb, as seen on the False Prophet -- the one who speaks like a dragon -- imaged in the book of Revelation.
The prophet Amos of the town of Tekoa, whose writings denounce the Israelite apostasies in Samaria and Bethel, in addition to predictions the Northern tribes of Israel will go into captivity because of their following of the "host of heaven" (meaning the stars of heaven), shows the star in question was officially honoured as part of the Israelite religion at least as early as the eighth century BC in the North -- and I Kings 5 shows the apostate Solomon reigning in about 1,000 BC, so the star religion is actually found all over the Old Testament.
By the time of the Babylonian captivity of the Southern kingdom of Judah in the 6th century BC, the associated "image of jealousy" had encroached into the temple in Jerusalem (Ezekiel 8:3).
Perhaps the most vehement repudiation of the six pointed star (which features six straight lines, six triangles, and six points) is found in the book of Amos, where the LORD connects the star with the planetary god Saturn -- whom the Greeks calledKronos, and the Persians called Kevan:
"Have ye offered me sacrifices and offerings in the wilderness forty years, O house of Israel? But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves" (Amos 5:25,26).
The name Moloch is notorious for the sacrifice of children, but few know the "Chiun" seen in the Scriptures is a variant of Kaiwan, also known as the Persian deity Kevan -- whom the Babylonians called Tammuz, but the Romans called Saturn. Indisputably connected to the Saturnalia, in which the death of the deity was commemorated by what Ezekiel described as "women weeping for Tammuz," most of the heathen nations worshiped the star god via the cutting down of a green tree (which kills the tree) on his "birthday," which was December 25th. Thus, this apostasy crossed from the Old Testament into the New.
Since the six pointed star, as the emblem of the fallen host of heaven, survived the reforms of every good king of Israel and Judah, to say nothing of multiple revivals and reaffirmations of the true faith of the LORD of glory, it's no surprise that rebellious Jews and Christians alike in our time still refuse to even acknowledge the truth of the Satanic image.
Ironically, most believers know the very concept of Antichrist is for the Devil to seek to masquerade as the LORD, yet they cannot see the fact that they are symbolically doing exactly that, as the so called "church" has now transformed the star of Satan into the "Creator's Star." Others still cling to the fraud the demonic sign is supposedly the "Star of David," when there isno historical record, no commentary or anecdotal account, andnot one verse in the Bible which ever speaks of any star associated with good king David.
In the New Testament, the vibrant young body of believers knew all these things, and the first firebrand, young Steven, was murdered for publicly declaring just that. Roughly paraphrasing Amos, Steven clearly stated the following:
"Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan...then God turned, and gave them up to worship the host of heaven...." (Acts 7:43,42).
Connecting the dots between the Persian Kevan (Chiun in Amos), with the religion of the Rephaim giants who worshiped the star goddess (calling the star deity Remphan, a variant of Rephaim), Steven was brutally killed for reproaching a symbol which millions of "believers" now venerate.
Although those same "Christians" continue to claim they are free to worship God in any way they see fit, they are actually filled with the Spirit of Moloch and, just like the ancient Jews of Christ's day, they can't even imagine the possibility that they could be so wrong.
"And for this cause, God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie....." (II Thessalonians 2:11).
-- James Lloyd
Astronomers were stunned to find a massive hexagram on the Northern pole of the planet Saturn, as it is a perfect six pointed formation that looks like a crown on the head of the distant planet. Actual video of this (and much more) is seen in the DVD on the subject entitled SATURN AND THE STAR SEED CONSPIRACY.