Sunday, August 12, 2007

Rothschild Coat Of Arms

Star of David Rothschild
There’s a Star of David on Rothschild’s coat of arms. Anti-Semites and anti-globalists claim that because the Rothschild family had such a great influence on the Zionist Movement their private coat of arms became the national emblem.
Photo is copied from Wikipedia [Rothschilds]


Anonymous said...

The below is a paragraph from

According to the Encyclopaedia Judaica (1972, Vol. XI, p688) "It is not clear in which period the hexagram (Magen David) was engraved on the seal of Solomon mentioned in the Talmud (Gittin 68a) as a sign of his dominion over demons, instead of the Name of God which originally appeared on his ring", (his signet or seal). The article goes on to explain how the Seal of Solomon or hexagram was widely used in Arabic magic.

In 1822 the "Magen David" was adopted by the Ashkenazim (Khazar) self-styled Jew, Mayer Amschel Bauer who hung a red hexagram on his door to identify his address. Upon becoming a supplier of coinage to the royal Court, he changed his name to "Roth Schild", meaning Red Shield, and it was used on the Rothschild coat of arms when they were raised to the nobility by the Austrian emperor (Encyclopaedia Judaica, p696).

(Red is the color of Esau who is Edom, and of Communism, which is Talmudism and Judaism. From the House of Rothschild, the hexagram was lent to the Zionist movement, later taken over by Edmond Rothschild and the House of Rothschild.)

The modern design derives from the flag designed in 1891 by David Wolfsohn who succeeded Theodor Herzl. It was first displayed at the first Zionist Conference in Basel, Switzerland in 1897, conducted by Herzl, and was confirmed as the Jewish flag by the eighteenth Congress in 1933.


Coach254 said...

Edom and Khazars are not of the same lineage