|Posted by Willow on March 3, 2020 at 7:30 AM|
I'm going to get straight to the point, there is no Star of David. Even some Jewish Rabbis confirm there never was any so-called "Star of David", and God didn't tell Israel to make an image of a star for his name as some may use to explain the symbol .
43 Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the STAR of your god REMPHAN, FIGURES which ye made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon. 44 Our fathers had the tabernacle of witness in the wilderness, as he had APPOINTED , speaking unto MOSES, that he should MAKE IT ACCORDING TO THE FASHION THAT HE HAD SEEN.
26 But ye have borne the tabernacle of your MOLOCH and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves
Moloch is the biblical name of a Canaanite god associated with child sacrifice. The name of this deity is also sometimes spelled Molech, Milcom, or Malcam. The name Moloch results from a dysphemic vocalisation in the Second Temple period of a theonym based on the root mlk, "king".
“You shall not give any of your children to devote them by fire to MOLOCH, and so PROFANE THE NAME of your God”.
"The star of your god Remphan": Remphan is a rendering of the Ancient Greek: ρεμφαν. Various manuscripts offer other transliterations, e.g. Ancient Greek: Ῥομφά, Ῥεμφάν, Ῥεμφάμ, Ῥαιφάν, and Ῥεφάν. It is part of a reference to Amos 5:26, which reads in Hebrew as "Chiun", "Kewan", or "Kijun". The Septuagint's reading of Amos is "raiphan" or "rephan". The Greek forms may be based on a transliteration of the Hebrew, k (qoppa) having been replaced by r (resh) and ph substituted for v (yod). "kewan", is the another pronunciation of the Old Persian word of Kayvan, meaning SATURN!