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  • #31
    Nine equals all the digits and nothing... lol... and what if I counted in vigesimal or duodecimal or whatever?

    That thing still looks like the star of david, singularity or no
    in die Kirche gehen wir nicht
    der Papst das ist ein Arschgesicht
    die Pfaffen wollen wir kastrieren
    die Eier an die Kirchtür schmieren

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    • #32
      3 triangles, 9 angles and 6 of them. Makes sense. The star of David is not Semitic but Turkic BTW so it turns up in diffefent cultures.

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      • #33
        Well, I have red somewhere that the Ancient Indians and Chinese have used the Hexagram like as the Swastika is just an ancient symbol what just used the nazis, but it exists the wall of Christian temples and Jewish synagouges or this symbol cintemporary used in India and the Far-East.

        However the average man just identitify the Hexagram and the Swastika with the Jews and the nazis.
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        /King Baldwin IV in the Kingdom of Heaven/

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        • #34
          A search for "skadi logo" might shed some light on the matter. It is a hexagram built out of valknuts, if one takes a closer look:



          The hexagram is one of the world's most ancient symbols, used by various civilizations whether in a historical, religious or cultural context. It has particularly been used in magic, occultism, witchcraft, astrology and... mathematics.

          The root system for the simple Lie group G2 is in the form of a hexagram, with 6 long roots and 6 short roots.



          Six triangles is the Egyptian hieroglyphic for the Land of the Spirits. A 6-pointed star was the first sign for Amsu (the risen first man-god Horus).

          To various religions and faiths the six-pointed star is the Star of Creation.

          To the occult and practitioners of magic, the six-pointed star is called the talisman of Saturn.



          In ancient pagan mythology, Saturn ruled over the pre-Flood kingdom of Atlantis and became the divine ancestor of all earthly patriarchs and kings. According to a book regarding ancient pagan symbols, "The triangle, the geometrical emblem of three things, one above two, the two lower uniting to produce the higher, or the union of the positive and negative forces to produce the third, is the most complex and mystical as it is the most UNCOMPROMISING of all symbols. ....Three has been called the very soul of magic, astrology and divination."

          In Germanic paganism and occultism, The Hagal rune is the central axis point of the hexagonal crystal of which the Armanen runes are derived. Recognize any of these symbols perchance?



















          It is also essential to astrology, the Zodiacal chart cannot be cast without this symbol.

          Also see the star of life.

          There was actually no usage of it in Jewish circles until around the 17th century and it became really prominent in the 19th. For thousands of years, Jews used the menorah, a seven-armed ceremonial candelabrum, as a symbol of their faith.

          It has been there since Skadi's beginnings, and it's there to stay.
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          • #35
            Originally posted by Aeternitas View Post
            There was actually no usage of it in Jewish circles until around the 17th century and it became really prominent in the 19th.
            Bet they stole it like they stole everything else that is now known as "Jewish culture".
            A democracy is nothing more than mob rule,
            where 51% of the people may take away the rights of the other 49%.

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            • Baorn
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              lmao

          • #36
            Originally posted by Mrs vonTrep View Post
            Bet they stole it like they stole everything else that is now known as "Jewish culture".
            I think being backstabbing swindlers was something they came up with entirely on their own...

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob
            Most people think as they are trained to think, and most people make a majority.

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            • Baorn
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              He was a whoremonger.

          • #37
            The Jews are known to borrow stuff from other cultures, like German surnames and their Yiddish language. One thing the Jews like to do is infiltrate into other cultures with the purpose of becoming influential in that culture. There are many elements in Jewish culture and religion which can be found originally in other cultures, they just adopt them from the people they reside with.

            Here's another one that comes to my mind which was brought from the Ashkenazim, breaking a glass at a marriage ceremony. The Ashkenazim learned it in Germany, it was a rural folk practice for those who believed in folk tales about demons: the glass would be broken to trick the demons to believe there was an impending catastrophe, not a celebration. The demons would then leave the couple alone.

            Aside from the shape, we can distinguish the valknots, which are a widely known Germanic symbol. Though maybe to dispel myths it could be replaced with a single, bigger valknot? The valknot has been Skadi's and the Alhing's symbol too. Just an idea, food for thought.
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            • #38
              Most historical usage seems to be Turkic: it was used in Khazaria, Karaman and Candar. Its use as a symbol of the Jews is rare before the 19th century.

              Wikipedia says: "Its usage as a sign of Jewish identity began in the Middle Ages, though its religious usage began earlier, with the current earliest archeological evidence being a stone bearing the shield from the arch of a 3–4th century synagogue in the Galilee."

              But Greeks, Assyrians and others were using it at that time and earlier so it isn't particularly Jewish in antiquity. In India it means Shiva-Shakti but its meaning in the ancient E Mediterranean seems lost. In the kabbalah, the centre is Tifereth/Rahamim reflecting a similar concept to the S Asian usage. Rosicrurianism identified the center with death and the planet Saturn: Eliade wrote on this subject. Ultimately the identification of Saturn with death is a Persian concept and the Jewish god has been identified with Saturn ever since Babylonian influence in antiquity hence their sabbath on a Saturday. In the cultural synthesis of late antiquity this doubtless contributed to the notion that the Jewish God is identical with Satan/Ahriman.

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              • #39
                Originally posted by Mrs vonTrep View Post
                Bet they stole it like they stole everything else that is now known as "Jewish culture".
                Indeed. I have learned Jewish religion history and the Jooz just have stolen own whole history. The earliest part of the Old Testament is from the Mesopotamian religions. The Egyptian story with Joseph and Moses is from the Canaanits. The 5th book of Moses has written by after hundreds of years of the time of Moses. They always collect stories, symbols, everything and later they claim that all of them is own.

                It is similar to the Romans as they collect everything what they can, however they didn't claim that the idea would be always own. F.e. a Roman soldier under Caesar wearded Keltic helmet, trouser and armor, Hispanic sword, Greek throwing spear and a modified Germanic shield. The sward was called Gladius Hispaniensis, not Gladius Ultimatus Prae-Proto-Romanus (ultimate pre-proto-roman sword).
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                "Remember that, even when those who move you be kings or men of power, your soul is in your keeping alone. When you stand before God, you cannot say, "But I was told by others to do thus,"or that virtue "was not convenient at the time." This will not suffice."
                /King Baldwin IV in the Kingdom of Heaven/

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                • #40
                  Originally posted by Wulfaz
                  Well, I have red somewhere that the Ancient Indians and Chinese have used the Hexagram like as the Swastika is just an ancient symbol what just used the nazis, but it exists the wall of Christian temples and Jewish synagouges or this symbol cintemporary used in India and the Far-East.

                  However the average man just identitify the Hexagram and the Swastika with the Jews and the nazis.


                  Indeed. I have learned Jewish religion history and the Jooz just have stolen own whole history. The earliest part of the Old Testament is from the Mesopotamian religions. The Egyptian story with Joseph and Moses is from the Canaanits. The 5th book of Moses has written by after hundreds of years of the time of Moses. They always collect stories, symbols, everything and later they claim that all of them is own.

                  It is similar to the Romans as they collect everything what they can, however they didn't claim that the idea would be always own. F.e. a Roman soldier under Caesar wearded Keltic helmet, trouser and armor, Hispanic sword, Greek throwing spear and a modified Germanic shield. The sward was called Gladius Hispaniensis, not Gladius Ultimatus Prae-Proto-Romanus (ultimate pre-proto-roman sword).
                  The funniest thing is, finding both a Star of David and a Swastika in a Christian church. I guess the lions and lambs approach for Jews and Greeks in Christ, or is that Esther and Xerxes? LOL

                  https://gracethrufaith.com/ask-a-bib...n-esthers-son/

                  I am familiar with Sumerian Gilgamesh behind Genesis, but the Jews are Chaldeans and therefore, astrologers no different from the Babylonians and Assyrians they came from and were imprisoned by as the outcasts or rebels they became. I was not aware of Exodus being a Canaanite story, but it makes perfect sense, given their Hamite Egyptian relations. If Jews have no culture of their own, then why do people hate the culture they took from others, if their supposed hatred is actually of Jewry? Jews seem more at the crossroads of different cultures, so it would be impossible to maintain any kind of purity whatsoever. Therefore, it's like Jewishness can be associated with anything. There's a massive potential for strawman attacks.
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