The Sacred Star of David

Non-Jews have been drenched with propaganda that the six-pointed "Star of David" is a sacred symbol of Jewry, dating from David and Solomon, in Biblical times, and signifying the pure "monotheism" of the Jewish religion.

In actuality, the six-pointed star, called "David's Shield," or "Mogen David," was only adopted as a Jewish device in 1873, by the American Jewish Publication Society, is not even being mentioned in rabbinical literature. (See Exhibit 282)

However, the six-pointed star has been used for centuries for magic amulets and cabalistic sorcery. (See Exhibits 282, 285, 286).

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