The 8-Pointed STAR Symbol

Interesting read.

Mystery of the Iniquity


The eight-pointed star appears in cultures around the globe. It can be found within national flags, and even religious iconography. With it carries various meaning inclusive of each culture.


If you follow through, this will all begin to make sense! Just bear with me…


Astrological Origin
The roots of the eight-pointed stat symbolize the four corners of space. The eight lines are symbolic of north, south, east, and west; and time as well with the two solstices and two equinoxes.
The first cross is the intersection of the Galactic Equator with the ecliptic and the axis perpendicular to this intersection. When the Earth Cross and the Galactic Cross are superimposed they form an eight-pointed cross. The two separate crosses become conjunct and form a single 4 pointed cross during the moments of a Great Celestial Conjunction. After the individual crosses separate again and form an eight-pointed cross again.
The Bible…

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2 thoughts on “The 8-Pointed STAR Symbol

  1. Symbols can legitimately be connected with some related thought or belief. They can be used as icons of reverence and evil idols. Heraldry is fact an art form which seeks to show a connection to some history or fact by the family, group or society which uses it.

    That being said it cannot be certain that you can identify the mind set or nature of any said group or people simply because

    they chose some artistic design to use as a symbol or heraldry.

    Sometimes the designer of symbols are someone other than the person seeking a design. The designer may know the significance and

    the one for whom it is designed may not. Sometimes evil comes from the designer…not the buyer. Sometimes it is mere happenstance. As a child I loved to draw and doodle. There is hardly a type of star, circular pattern and even the swastika that did not flow from the end of my pencil. If I was making an organization and though one of them would be a cool symbol…I could very well have chosen one with no attachment to any foregoing belief system at all.

    This is done in church signs too. The Yule log that is cast into the fire on Christmas eve, for example, is a symbol and commemoration of the death of Nimrod who was said to have been cut into pieces by Shem. It was Nimrod which formerly existed in the form of a giant OAK TREE. The pagans said he would be cast into the fire on the eve and in the morning would be presented as the ‘NEVER DYING EVERGREEN TREE’ bearing gifts to all mankind. Ergo…the origin of the Christmas three.

    Now … consider the sign of a church in Springfield MO called the EVERGREEN CHURCH.

    You can see on it an EVERGREEN TREE casting the shadow of the CROSS. I will leave it at that. Does that mean the church worships Nimrod? Was their a satanic mind behind the name and the design? or did someone duped into thinking it was a cool name and logo?

    Evergreen Church

    The cross overlaid on the crossed union jack is believed to be nothing more than the symbol of Christianity overlaid on the symbol of Israel,

    the crossed arms of Jacob.




    • Much symbology is used all over. What I liked of the article, is the historical aspect of the star. I understand that pictures are just pictures, but to understand what the symbols represent and what and how they were used is, or what I believe to be, important knowledge, to try and understand historical significance and use of them.


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