Wednesday, April 18, 2007

O. J. Graham

I think that Six-Pointed Star: Its Origin and Usage by O. J. Graham is responsible for the spreading of the 666= Six-Pointed Star. The question is if he had previous sources to lean on. I read many articles that quote him...
There are 1,130,000 results in Google for six pointed star mark of the beast and 33,200 for six pointed star mark of the beast O. J. Graham

Alexander Mann told me that Yan Van Helsing wrote similar things in his second book, but this book was published in the 90th while O. J. Graham published his first edition (out of four) around 1983

:Read also
Conspiracy of the Six-Pointed Star: Eye-Opening Revelations and Forbidden Knowledge About Israel, the  Jews, Zionism, and the Rothschilds by Texe Marrs 432 pages, 2011, ISBN-10: 1930004575


P.S
Lucian Craciun comments
... and here is the proof: old photos of the  "Protocols of the Elders of Zion", dating from 1912
 to 2005, most of which are asociating the Jewish  Hexagram with devil-symbols or death-symbols (the  snake, skulls, blood, etc.) and making repeated  references to the word "Antichrist".  The oldest photo, the one from 1912, has the  two 'Seals of Solomon', (i.e., the Pentagram and the  Hexagram), and under each one the words: "Pec'at'
 Antihrista", meaning "the Seal of Antichrist". (Above the Cross we see the words: "Symb[ol of]
 Victory"). The words below I don't know what they  mean.

2 comments:

Lucian said...

Check out the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion": maybe it all started there!
Try en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protocols_of_the_Elders_of_Zion for starters.

Lucian said...

Feel free to attach the photo from 1912. It's Wikipedia public domain. (Source citation and/or link of course needed).