Reinhard Heydrich stipulated that Jews must wear yellow stars after the Kristallnacht pogrom in November of 1938; and they were mandatory in Poland by November of 1939; and Jews were warned by the Judenrat of Bialystok that severe punishment, including death by shooting, would be meted out on all Jews who didn’t display them front and back.
Reich policy that mandated yellow stars for Jews before they were confined in ghettos was designed to isolate Jews; and like the Palestinians concentrated and corralled by the Jews in Gaza today it provided the German government with the means to starve, afflict with disease, and ultimately more easily destroy Jews in German occupied territory in WWII.
Helmut Knochen, Chief of the Security Service and the Security Police for occupied France and Belgium, said in 1942 that the yellow star on a Jew was “another step on the road to the Final Solution;” and it was a policy that was part of what the Germans euphemistically called the “Special Treatment” of the Jews. Under this “Special Treatment” the Jews also suffered:
- a propaganda campaign that labelled them the embodiment of evil and the misfortune of German society.
- loss of all rights of citizenship.
- confiscation of property and businesses.
- loss of employment and social and professional intercourse with the German people.
The mandate that Jews must wear a yellow star throughout German occupied WW2 Europe wasn’t a new idea, and had a notable counterpart in the Middle Ages, when Jews had to wear yellow badges to distinguish them from others under papal temporal power. The papacy doubtless did that so decent folk wouldn’t be deceived and defiled by the Jews wicked devices that spring from their innate hatred for Christians and ancient desire to dominate and destroy Gentiles.
Medieval Jews also had to wear a hat called by the Germans a Judenhut (Lat. “a horned skullcap”), which was often a yellow, cone-shaped pointed object made mandatory for adult male Jews outside of a ghetto in Europe after 1215. In 19th century France, it was an official ordinance that the doors of houses of traitors and criminals should be painted yellow. In ecclesiastical color symbolism yellow is said to represent the confessor; and the Jews have certainly had the place of ‘confessors’, in the sense that they’ve taken upon themselves the confession of the heinous Jew crime of the Crucifixion.
Yellow has been considered unsuitable as a wedding decoration in France, because French people see it as a symbol of the cuckold –- c.f., Jews are unsuitable to be ‘wedded’ to Jehovah because of their rejection of Jesus, and they’re ‘cuckolds’ in the sense that they’ve lost their place of espousal to Jehovah to true Christians who are called Christ’s “bride” in the New Testament.
In 16th century Spain, heretics and unrepentant Jews were burned at the stake in yellow –- in a sense committing the ‘contagion’ of sinners of that sort to the flames, lest it should spread unchecked and ruin the witness of Christendom. Jews had to wear a yellow star (Magen David) in German occupied territory in WW2 Europe because they were considered a “dangerous disease” in the body of the Reich -– a “bacillus” as Hitler put it; and doubtless because Germans knew a jaundiced complexion appears to be yellow, and a quarantined ship has flown a yellow flag since medieval times.
Yellow has been the color of the robes of Judas Iscariot, and also the color of garments of the medieval fool; and there has been no greater fool on earth since the Jew crime of the Crucifixion than the reprobate Judas-like Jew who proclaims that fact to the world by his ludicrous life, customs, and religion. Every November, at the Lord Mayor’s banquet in London it was a tradition that the fool had to jump into a huge bowl of yellow custard, and the term “fool” is still used in England to describe a yellowish custard or cream-based dessert.
In America during the 1800’s, the colloquialism “yellow-dog” was used to describe somone utterly worthless; just as “yellow-belly” is used for a coward or someone who’s the antithesis of those with true guts and determination.
Understandably and quite appropriately cars owned by Jewish settlers and ‘contaminated’ Arabs who are either officially Israeli citizens or living in East Jerusalem display yellow license plates, because the Jews moral uncleaness is, of course, still upon them in the sight of God, because they’ve rejected and hated without a cause his Son Jesus who alone has the power to cleanse sinners, since he “put away sin by the sacrifice of himself”.
The term “yellow-belly” probably more specifically alludes to a medieval medical belief that there are four “humors” (bodily fluids) in the human body that by their balance determined the mental and physical condition of a patient. The four fluids have been cited as blood, black bile, phlegm, and yellow bile; and yellow bile ostensibly made you irascible and choleric – cholera being one of the most feared diseases at the time and producing a yellowish diarrheoa and taken from the Greek kholos for gall; and which nation has harboured more pent up hatred and gall for humanity, and let go more filth into society, than the Jew who is notorious for his predominance in illicit drug trafficking, pornography, the sex slave trade, human trafficking, ritual murder, witchcraft, abortion, and almost any other form of violence and corruption you can think of ?
There are also obvious messianic connotations to the yellow star put on Jews by the Nazis, and not because the Jews had used it to signify the rise of the star of their messiah, but because the Germans saw it as a sort of antithesis of the star the wise men (astrologers) followed to find Jesus Christ when he was born King of the Jews. For the Jews have, of course, rejected the gracious light of the true messianic star (Nu. 24.17), and have, instead, worshipped the pagan idol of the biblical star of Remphan, also known as the planetary genius of Saturn (Amos 5.26; Acts 7.43), since they adopted the Magen David as their national symbol and relegated the more authentic symbol of the menorah to their state seal.
The following from this link is a concise history of the satanic Jewish hexagram or Magen David …
“The evolution of the six-pointed Jewish star, the “Magen David”, literally the “Shield of David”, also known as the hexagram, is long and complex. Although it is now the most common and universally recognized sign of Judaism and Jewish identity, both within and outside of the Jewish community, it has only achieved that status in the last two hundred years. Before that it was chiefly associated with magic or with the insignia of individual families or communities. Yet despite its equivocal history, Jews have long been attracted to this design and have sought to ascribe to it venerable origins. In our own day, its universal Jewish popularity, especially as the symbol of the State of Israel, has made the question of its origins moot.
Because of its geometric symmetry, the hexagram has been a popular symbol in many cultures from earliest times. Anthropologists claim that the triangle pointing downward represents female sexuality, and the triangle pointing upward, male sexuality; thus, their combination symbolizes unity and harmony. In alchemy, the two triangles symbolize *”fire” and *”water”; together, they represent the reconciliation of opposites. Some medieval alchemists even borrowed the talmudic pun – ish mayim, fiery water, and shamayim , heaven – to demonstrate the interpenetration of the two realms. 1 Because if this symbolism, the hexagram was even used occasionally as the emblem displayed above a brandy shop.
The earliest known Jewish use of the hexagram was as a seal in ancient Israel (6th century B.C.E.) and then eight centuries later in a *synagogue frieze in Capernaum. But these early hexagrams may have been only ornamental designs; ironically, a swastika, another popular ancient motif, appears alongside the hexagram on the Capernaum synagogue wall. In the Middle Ages, hexagrams appear frequently on churches, but rarely in synagogues or on Jewish ritual objects. It was the *menorah that served as the primary Jewish symbol from antiquity until the post-Renaissance period, not the ” Jewish star.”
Although scholars have attempted to trace the Star of David back to King David himself; to Rabbi Akiva and the Bar Kokhba (“son of the star”) rebellion (135 C.E.); or to *kabbalists, especially Rabbi Isaac Luria (16th century), no Jewish literature or artifacts document this claim. Rather, all evidence suggests that the early use of the hexagram was limited to “practical Kabbalah,” that is, Jewish magic, probably dating back to the 6th century C.E. Legends connect this symbol with the “Seal of Solomon,” the magical signet signet *ring used by King Solomon to control demons and spirits. 2 Although the original ring was inscribed with the Tetragrammaton, the sacred Four-Letter *Name of God, medieval *amulets imitating this ring substituted the hexagram or pentagram (five-pointed stare), often accompanied by rampant *lions, for the sacred Name. The star inscribed on these rings was usually called the “Seal of Solomon.”
In addition to such legends about Solomon’s ring, medieval Jewish magical texts spoke of a magic shield possessed by King David which protected him from his enemies. According to these texts, the shield was inscribed with the seventy-two letter name of God, or with Shaddai (Almighty) or *angelic names, and was eventually passed down to *Judah Maccabee. The 15th-century kabbalist, Isaac Arama, claimed that Psalm 67, later known as the “Menorah Psalm” because of its *seven verses (plus an introductory verse), was engraved on David’s shield in the form of a menorah. Another tradition suggests that Isaiah 11:2, enumerating the six aspects of the divine spirit, was inscribed on the shield in the outer six triangles of the hexagram. 3 In time, the hexagram replaced this menorah in popular legends about David’s shield, while the five-pointed pentagram became identified with the Seal of Solomon.
The hexagram was also widely regarded as a messianic symbol, because of its legendary connection with David, ancestor of the *Messiah. On Sabbath eve, German Jews would light a star-shaped brass *oil *lamp called a Judenstern (Jewish star), emblematic of the idea that Shabbat was a foretaste of the Messianic Age. The hexagram was also popular among the followers of Shabbatai Tzevi, the false messiah of the 17th century, because of its messianic associations.
Among Jewish mystics and wonderworkers, the hexagram was most commonly used as a magical protection against demons, often inscribed on the outside of *mezuzot and on amulets.
Another use of the hexagram in medieval times was as a Jewish printer’s mark or heraldic emblem, especially in Prague and among members of the Jewish Foa family, who lived in Italy and Holland. In 1354, Emperor Charles IV of Prague granted the Jews of his city the privilege of displaying their own *flag on state occasions. Their flag displayed a large six-pointed star in its center. A similar flag remains to this day in the Altneuschul, the oldest synagogue in Prague. From Prague, the “Magen David” spread to the Jewish communities of Moravia and Bohemia, and then eventually to Eastern Europe. In 17th-century Vienna, the Jewish quarter was separated from the Christian quarter by a boundary stone inscribed with a hexagram on one side and a cross on the other, the first instance of the six-pointed star being used to represent Judaism as a whole, rather than an individual community.
With Jewish emancipation following the French Revolution, Jews began to look for a symbol to represent themselves comparable to the cross used by their Christian neighbors. They settled upon the six-pointed star, principally because of its heraldic associations. Its geometric design and architectural features greatly appealed to synagogue architects, most of whom were non-Jews. Ironically, the religious Jews of Europe and the Orient, already accustomed to seeing hexagrams on kabbalistic amulets, accepted this secularized emblem of the enlightened Jews as a legitimate Jewish symbol, even though it had no religious content or scriptural basis.
When Theodor Herzl looked for a symbol for the new Zionist movement, he chose the Star of David because it was so well known and also because it had no religious associations. In time, it appeared in the center of the flag of the new Jewish state of Israel and has become associated with national redemption.
During the Holocaust, the Nazis chose the *yellow star as an identifying badge required on the garments of all Jews. After the war, Jews turned this symbol of humiliation and death into a badge of honor.
Today, the Star of David is the most popular and universally recognized symbol of the Jewish People. In his seminal work entitled the Star of Redemption (1912), Franz Rosenzweig framed his philosophy of Judaism around the image of the Jewish star, composed of two conceptual “triads,” which together form the basis of Jewish belief: Creation, Revelation, and Redemption; God, Israel, and World. On the popular level, Jews continue to use the Jewish star as it was used for centuries: as a magical amulet of good luck and as a secularized symbol of Jewish identity.
The following excerpt from this link explains some of the satanic connotations of the Magen David …
Mary Ann Slipper, a Masonic author, writing in Symbolism of the Eastern Star, 1927, on page 14, makes a most telling admission, when she says, “The six pointed star is used in Masonic work and is also found in other well known secret orders.” Another Eastern Star book, The Second Mile , understates the impact of the hexagram when it says, “… the six pointed star is a very ancient symbol and one of the most powerful.”
The hexagram is a very powerful symbol to witches, magicians and sorcerers. It is used in different kinds of witchcraft, magic, occultism, and the casting of zodialcal horoscopes. Because it has six points, and because it contains a ’666,’ the hexagram is considered to be Satan’s most powerful symbol. Look at the hexagram above. The first six is formed by the sides of each triangle facing the clockwise direction; the second six is formed by the sides of each triangle formed by facing the counterclockwise direction; the third six is formed by the sides of the inner hexagon.
The hexagram was used as a “stand-by for Magicians and Alchemists. The Sorcerers believed it represented the footprint of a special kind of demon called a ‘trud’, and used it in ceremonies both to call up demons and to keep them away.” [Gary Jennings, Black Magic, White Magic, Eau Claire, WI, The Dial Press, 1964, p. 51. Also Harry E. Wedeck, Treasury of Witchcraft , New York, Philosophical Library, 1961, p. 135]
The hexagram is used to conjure up demons, making them appear in this dimension to do the bidding of the witch. Doc Marquis (Former Illuminist Satanist) confirms that hexagrams are used to call forth demons to place spells and curses on the intended victim. The word, “HEX,” comes from this practice.
The hexagram is also a symbol of the sex act and reproduction. Masonic author, Albert G. Mackey provides us with the occult explanation in his book, The Symbolism of Freemasonry, [p. 195, 1869 A.D.] The triangle pointing downward “is a female symbol corresponding to the ‘yoni’ and the upward pointing triangle is the male, the ‘lingam’. When the two triangles are interlaced, it represents the union of the active and passive forces in nature; it represents the male and female elements.” [Also explained in Did You Know? Vignettes in Masonry from the Royal Arch Mason Magazine , Missouri Lodge of Research, 1965, p. 132, Wes Cook, Editor]
If this has not become evident to you, the occultist, the paganist, worship sex. They also worship most everything in nature, which fulfills the Biblical definition of a paganist in Romans 1:25, “Because they exchanged the truth of God for a lie and worshipped and served the creature rather than the Creator …”
Speaking of the sexual connotation of the hexagram, another witch revealed, “When the male triangle penetrates the female triangle, it produces the six pointed crest of Solomon or hexagram, the most wicked symbol in witchcraft.” [David J. Meyer, Dancing With Demons: The Music's Real Master ]
The hexagram is the sign used in the Royal Arch in Freemasonry. Masonic author Wes Cook, writing in Did You Know? Vignettes in Masonry from the Royal Arch Mason Magazine, [Missouri Lodge of Research, 1965, p. 132] stated that the hexagram represented “balance and harmony” in all facets of the world. Another Masonic publication links the hexagram with the infamous Chinese YANG AND YIN symbol. ["The Significant Numbers", Short Talk Bulletin , September, 1956, Vol. 34, No. 9, p. 5]
In summary, the hexagram IS the most wicked, and one of the most powerful, of all symbols in witchcraft. It is used to call forth demons into this dimension, to communicate with the dead, to describe sex acts, and to represent false and pagan gods such as Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. [Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated , Dr. Cathy Burns, p. 39]
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