Well, the more I look into the ‘star of David’, the more it seems that it’s really not kosher.
My investigative journalist contact sent me something they wrote a while back on the subject, which I’m reproducing below, with their permission.
At the same time, I got another email yesterday from someone closely connected to the Rav, Rav Berland, detailing how the State tried to kill off the Rav in prison by injecting him with poison.
Apparently, they’ve done this many, many times to many other rabbis and others who they want to get rid of.
Except this time, it didn’t work.
So the doctor who tried to murder the Rav had some sort of spiritual awakening, realised he’s dealing with someone ‘supernatural’ – because let’s be clear, there’s no way that the State of Israel could NOT poison someone to death, if that’s what it really wanted to do – and then came to beg for forgiveness.
The Rav told him he’d be forgiven if he told others what he’d done.
And that’s how the story finally surfaced publically, at least in the circles close to the Rav.
We aren’t dealing with ‘nice’ people here, I hope that’s something more and more of us are starting to understand.
They aren’t telling us the truth about anything, and they are the opposite of how they portray themselves, as ‘good’ and ‘holy’.
(It’s the olam hafuch, remember?)
There are a lot of questions all this raises.
If rabbis who receive the State’s shekel can’t be trusted (as we have so clearly seen, with the Covid 19 agenda); if bureaucrats and politicians who are working for the State are clearly corrupt and pushing evil, anti-Torah agendas in 50 million different ways; if the ‘State within the State’ – i.e. the secret services – are engaged in human trafficking, gun running, drug shipments and I don’t know what else…
Then what does that say about other people who were deep, deep in that corrupt, evil system, and working for that deep state?
While you are pondering that, let me leave you with the very well researched article on the Star of David – and at the bottom, I’ll add in a codicil so you can see how that ‘Star of David’ was being used by the Asiatic Brethren in their black magick initiation ceremonies.
Why the Star of David is the Perfect Sabbatian Symbol
Every religion or cult has to have its symbol. The symbol represents the core beliefs of that religion summed up in some visual image. Two groups that share the same symbol will inevitably share very similar beliefs.
The one exception to this is Judaism, which never had a permanent symbol. Although the menorah acted something like a uniting symbol for the Jewish people, it was never charged with the same significance as say the cross or the yin yang. Only fairly recently, in the past few centuries, did Judaism “adopt” the Star of David.
But here you will see why this could never possibly act as a true Jewish symbol, if Judaism could ever employ symbols.
The simple triangular pyramid symbol has many uses in the occult beyond its double use in the Star of David.
It is the symbol of practically all illuministic societies. It is often used as an Egyptian pyramid with an eye at its top. This is the symbol on the back of the US dollar bill to this day.
To these groups, the eye in pyramid represents the principle of “higher knowledge.”
This mainly consists of the idea that those who use it have some sort of messianic quality that because of their higher-than-average intelligence and access to knowledge hidden from the general public permits them to act in a deceptive and underhanded manner.
The reasoning goes that they act in such a way for the benefit of society, but if people knew only part of the hidden information (and thus were not fully and totally enlightened like the elect) they might act with hostility towards the elect and prevent them from doing the “good” they wish to do.
Thus there are those who are “illuminated” and those who are still “ignorant.”
(This might account for the popularity of the term “ignorant” amongst radical leftists—“ignorant” takes its root from “gnosis,” the significance of which will become clear in the course of this essay.)
This leads to a general permissiveness in all manner of deceit on the part of the elect.
So goes all Gnostic and illuministic thinking. What they conceal generally is the idea that all religions are true and thus any form of worship is permitted. This naturally is to the detriment of the idea of one God, one Torah, one Land, one Chosen People.
Particularly the latter, since the idea of a divinely Chosen People seriously disturbs the self-anointed elect.
It is the habit of these types to borrow from all religions, but especially Judaism and kabbalah.
In this regard, they are true charlatans who demonstrate the highest ignorance of any and all Jewish concepts, taking them haphazardly as is convenient. This is where their pyramid undoubtedly comes from, besides its association with the Egyptian source.
The letter dalet in ancient Hebrew script came in the form of a triangle.
The Star of David then would be this dalet symbol doubled over on itself.
The heretical formerly-Jewish sect of Shabbatai Zvi were especially fond of using kabbalistic symbolism to justify and represent their heretical doctrines. Many of the members of this sect continued to act openly as Jews, even while secretly practicing their unique blend of idolatrous Sufism and inversed halacha.
Thus many normal Jews were deceived by members of this sect into accepting them and their ideas as Jewish, even though on a “sod” (allusion) level they contained heretical ideas.
According to Professor Gershom Scholem, the Star of David found its revival in “Jewish” circles amongst none other than the Sabbatians themselves.
“The career of the Star of David as magic not only reaches its height, but it moves beyond the realm of magic to become a symbol of the Messianic redemption, which the followers of the Kabbalistic Messiah Sabbatai Zevi believed they had already begun to detect.” 
This included its appearance in various Sabbatian amulets. In fact amongst these amulets it was the only symbol used.
It was also found on the tombstone of the Sabbatian magician, “Doctor Falk,” known as the “Baal Shem of London” (not to be confused with other legitimate kabbalists who went by the name “Baal Shem”) who died there in 1782.
“The initials of his name, Samuel Jacob Hayyim, are there inscribed in a large Shield of David. Such utilization of the sign on monuments was still very rare at this time and became popular only much later.
On the cemetery of the Portuguese Jews of Hamburg, for example, it does not appear before 1828.”
The basic principle upon which Sabbatianism was founded was the idea that since the “messiah” came, the concept of sin didn’t exist, since the entire world had been redeemed.
Therefore, sin not only became permitted but actually a mitzvah.
Therefore, Sabbatians believed that by doing what was formerly forbidden they were elevating sparks of holiness from the abyss. This included engaging in formerly forbidden studies, such as Sufism, which is the quintessence of the Illuministic ideology explained earlier.
Thus in the Sabbatian scheme a regular triangle would represent the regular dalet of kabbalistic illumination.
An upside down triangle, on the other hand, would represent the inversed dalet of corrupted forbidden kabbalistic illumination—Sabbatian/Sufi illumination.
These combined together represent a union of these two principles. Thus, on one hand, the corrupt illumination is elevated by the normal illumination.
This is in line with the idea of the sanctification (illumination) and elevation of sin.
On the other hand, the normal illumination symbolically is made to look balanced by the corrupt illumination. This is in line with the idea that no holiness is complete without a little sin thrown in.
Thus we see that the Star of David perfectly represents the Sabbatian ideal.
The Freemasons, another illuministic society, also use the Star of David in their symbol, albeit in an encoded manner.
Their symbol is two interlocked dalets in the more recent Ashurite script. In the center is the letter G, which they claim represents the word “God.”
Rabbi Marvin Antelman, in his book To Eliminate the Opiate, Volume 2 asks, “…does the letter ‘G’ really stand for God? Is it, rather, something else?
Perhaps the ‘G’ of ‘Gnosticism’?”
Now the Greek word “gnosis” (knowledge) is “da’at” in Hebrew.
The dalet is most frequently used in kabbalah to represent the divine emanation of da’at, knowledge. Thus, we see that the illuminati pyramid/dalet has a further connotation of da’at, or gnosis. Therefore, the G in Freemasonry, if it in fact stands for “gnosis,” would also be a hidden allusion to the pyramid/dalet symbolism.
 This very question has been the subject of a vituperative debate over the centuries and formed much of the controversy between philosophers, such as the Rambam, and the Kabbalists. (See article “Kabbalah and Myth” in Prof. Gershom Scholem, On the Kabbalah and Its Symbolism, Schocken, New York, 1965.)
 The concept that there are an elite who believe they can’t sin is well-established in the history of religion. One such group was the Spanish Illuminists, the “Alumbrados.” See Encyclopedia Britannica, “Alumbrados”.
 Scholem, “The Star of David: History of a Symbol,” in The Messianic Idea in Judaism, Schocken, New York, 1971, p. 272
 ibid., p. 279
 This is based on a corruption of the teaching of Rabbi Isaac Luria, the Ari, that the redemption depended upon elevating sparks of holiness trapped in evil. According to the Ari, this was achieved through mitzvoth. The Sabbatians simply took this symbolism literally and way too far.
 Rabbi Marvin Antelman, To Eliminate the Opiate, Vol. 2, Zionist Book Club, Israel, 2002, p.121
Here’s some more stuff about these mystical ‘triangles’, and the initiation rites of the Order of the Asiatic Brethren.
[The initiate] was led to the Table of Purification, on which stood three lights on as many columns.
The one represented a man with the triangle, the other a woman with the triangle reversed; the central one a man with a double triangle.
In the centre of the table stood a crystal cup, filled with water, in which salt had been dissolved, another cup with salt, a spoon, a bundle of cedar-wood bound with hyssop and pink and green silk.
The candidate had his coat and waistcoat taken off, the collar of his shirt opened, and his right arm bared. Having knelt down, the Grand Master sprinkled his neck thrice with the water, saying, “May the Merciful One give thee the knowledge of thy weapons, of thy lance, and of the number Four [which with Rosicrucians is the root and beginning of all numbers].
Then touching his right arm be said, “May the Almighty give thee strength in battle;” and touching his breast, “May the Just One give thee as a conqueror rest in the centre.” The “Sufferer” was then dressed again, the Grand Master opened the Holiest of Holies, and the candidate having taken the oath, the Grand Master dabbed him a Knight.
Touching his right shoulder he said, “May the Infinite give thee strength, beauty, and wisdom for the fight;” and touching the left shoulder, “We receive thee, in the name of the most worshipful and wisest seven Fathers and Rulers of the seven Unknown Churches in Asia, as a Knight and initiated Brother.”
Touching him on the head, he said, “May the Eternal One give thee the light of the number Four, and thou shalt be delivered from the Eternal Death.”
Then there ensued mutual embracing, a little more speechifying by the Grand Master, and then the servants brought in salt, bread, wine, lamb and pork, the latter being symbolical of the Old and the New Covenant!
Remember, the Asiatic Brethren was set up by ‘Moses Dobrushka’, Jacob Frank’s nephew and successor.
And according to Albert Pike – leading freemason and really evil guy – this was the group that carried forward the Sabean-Xtian-Sabbatean-Frankist-Freemason plans for world domination into the next generation.
And that involved destroying the authentic Jews, and trying to uproot the Torah, and replacing yiddishkeit, and its focus on serving God and working on our own bad middot with the worship of knowledge and science and man’s own ego, instead.
All in the service of the Samech Mem.
And the Asiatic Brethren’s Sabbatian initiation symbol ended up on the Israeli flag, in a state that was funded and built by Frankist Rothschilds (amongst others.)
What a CO-IN-CID-ENCE.
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