Dee Finney's blog
starting date July 20, 2011
Today's date September 20, 2011
9-20-11 - Ii wasn't really sleeping. I was awake, and a voice in my head told me that I should do a web page about tan esoteric star and what it mens to me.
Then I was told by the same voice to do a web page about what a spiritual star means to me.
After I thought about that a bit, I was told, "This program is being brought to you by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This morning, after I got up Joe told me that he watched a program on the History channel last week in which they went through the story of Martin Luther the man who started Protestantism and they ended it by talking about Dr. Martin Luther King, Sr. whose real name was Michael King. Dr. King went to Europe and was so impressed by Martin Luther, that he changed his name to Martin Luther King, and when his son was born, he changed his name to Martin Luther King, Jr.
4 POINTED STAR
Stars are often encountered as esoteric symbols, and the meaning of any particular star depends on the number points it has and sometimes the orientation of these points as well. The stars have always been invested with a sense of hope and destiny, so look to the stars for inspiration, from the protective five points of the pentagram to the numinous nine of the monogram.
As a light shining in the darkness, the star is often considered a symbol of truth, the spirit and of hope. Aleister Crowley's famous maxim links the symbol of the star with the concept of the divine spark within each of us. Their nocturnal nature leads stars to represent the struggle against the forces of darkness and the unknown, as suggested by Carl Jung's use of the Mithraic saying - "I am a star which goes with thee and shines out of the depths." While the multiplicity of stars can have associations of disintegration, their fixed nature brings connotations of order and destiny, and it is on this framework that astrology is founded. The Star is the seventeenth trump in the Major Arcana of the Tarot: it is a card of hope and, esoterically, the uniting of spirit with matter though the mediation of the soul.
5 POINTED STARS
The pentagram is a powerful symbol of protection and balance, with each of its five points representing one of the five elements. It can symbolize natural order, the element of earth and the Horned God of paganism; it also plays an important role in Ceremonial Magic. The pentagram encapsulates the microcosm and internal energies, leaving the macrocosm and external energies to the hexagram
The five points of the pentagram symbolize the four manifest elements beneath the unifying element of spirit, and the relation of these elements to the Kabbalistic worlds and the Hebrew alphabet allows the pentagram to illustrate the emanation of the Pentagrammaton (representing the mystical Christ) from the Tetragrammaton (representing the Godhead
THE PENTAGON CROP CIRCLE
6 POiNTED STARS
Dr. Emotos 6 pointecd snow flakes created by the 528 frequency
The hexagram is a potent symbol of the relationship between the macrocosm and the microcosm, between Heaven and Earth. Most commonly seen as the Star of David, it has strong links to the Kabbalah and the Tree of Life. Classical astrology also meshes well with the hexagram, and it is a versatile and powerful symbol in Magical Ritual. The hexagram also has a more mystical, unicursal form, which is discussed separately.
THIS IS CALLED THE KOCH FRACTAL
The unicursal hexagram can be drawn in one continuous line (unlike the normal hexagram), accentuating the ultimate unity between the divine and the manifest that every hexagram represents. Its points are of disproportionate size, which places the emphasis on the spirit-matter dynamic, on the more direct paths to complete union.
THIS IS CALLED LILIES OF THE FIELD
The septagram is a seven-pointed star, a symbol of synthesis, integration and occult intelligence due to its links with the number seven. It is associated with the seven planets of classical astrology and to other seven-fold systems, such as the seven Sufic latifah (subtle faculties), the Hindu chakras and the days of the week.
HAS BOTH 5 AND 10 POINTED STARS IN IT
THIS IS UNIQUE BECAUSE IT HAS 18 POINTS WHICH IS DOUBLE NINE BUT MULTIPLIES TIMES 4 ROWS WHICH IS 72 AND FOUR TIMES 72 EQUALS 216
FLOWER OF Life
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THIS IS CALLED METATRON'S CUBE.
THERE ARE 36 POINTS AROUN D
MORE IMAGES AND DIAGRAMS
TIMES FOUR = 144 WHICH YOU FIND I
N THE BOOK OF REVELATION
SEE REVELATION 7:4 AND
REVELATION 14:1 HAS 144,000
REVELATION 21:`6 THE
MEASUREMENT OF THE
HERE IS METATRON'S CUBE
Image credits: Charles Gilchrist & Drunvalo Melchizedek
The four images in the table below are part of a series indicating the creation process. A single point, and two interlocking circles forming the fish-shaped, Vesica Pisces, are beginning forms. The four below, from top-left to bottom-right, are the Seed of Life, the Flower of Life, Metatron's Cube, and the Tree of Life:
Image credits: Charles Gilchrist & Drunvalo Melchizedek
It is noteworthy that there is a Vesica Pisces symbol atop Chalice Well at Glastonbury. Legend has it that the Holy Grail is at the bottom of that well.
Joe Mason marked this drawing with the
The eight-pointed star known as the octagram is a symbol of fullness and regeneration, and through its links with the great eight-fold systems of East and West - the trigrams of the I Ching and the pagan wheel of the year - it gains connotations of wholeness, rebirth and cyclical infinity.
The Solfeggio Frequency numbers have been graphically represented arranged about a circle with a nine-pointed star inside. I created this colorful version to emphasize the three overlapping triangles of the star, and to compare with three crop circle formations --
Solfeggio & Crop Circle Stars
The nonagram or nine-pointed star is a symbol of achievement, completeness and also of boundaries. As a trinity of trinities, it can symbolize the utmost sacredness. It has links to nine-fold systems, such as the nine Taoist kanji (psychic centers, which are similar to the Hindu chakras) and the Enneads of ancient Egypt
SPIRITUAL OR RELIGOUS STARS
The main symbols of Judaism are both ancient and abstract: the commandment forbidding the creation of "graven images" for fear of idolatry prevented the production of representations of God or human beings. Judaic symbols have important links with the Kabbalah and, because of their antiquity and depth of meaning, they have been applied outside the context of Jewish religion by mystics throughout the ages.
TEXT FROM http://www.byzant.com/Mystical/Symbols/Stars.aspx
STAR OF DAVID
WHITE NINMJA CHAROKEE STAR
VENUS=STAR OF BETHLEHEM
Islamic star patterns
ISLAMIC STAR CRESCENT
CONTINUES ON PAGE``47
INDE CROP CIRCLE
CROP CIRCLE INDEX