Monday, June 29, 2009

Moroccan Solomon Seal

Marrakech, Mosque
Courtesy of "only alice" from Flickr

Fes Mosaic
Courtesy of Pixelmaniac from Flickr

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Anti Semitic Attack

The star of David makes it easy for anti- Semites to identify Jewish targets. In this case we see a burnt tombstone at Undercliffe Cemetery (founded in 1854) North of England
Picture is courtesy of lant_70 from Flickr

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Jewish Star Arm Tattoo

Picture is courtesy of Hadi Orr

Picture is courtesy of Hadi Orr

Monday, June 22, 2009

Six Pointed Star Fortress

Architectura of fortresses, Strasbourg 1589By Daniel Hamstead, (1536-1589), 
military engineer, engineer and cartographer

Karlovac, Croatia 1774
A whole town inside a fortress, which was built
in the shape of a six-pointed star
against the advancing Turks
Karlovac is named after Austro-Hungarian tsar Carl
Picture was uploaded to Wikimedia by Neoneo13 (Thanks Neoneo13!)
About 1680 Nové Zámky in Slovakia was built according to a similar plan
Picture uploaded to Wikipedia by Poganyp.

Star of David Sculpture at Gottingen, Germany

You"ll have to lay eyes on the picture until the shape of the Star will form in your mind.
Memorial created in 1973 by Conrad Cagli

Notice the additional star of David on the pavement!
Outside view of the above sculpture
Pictures were uploaded to Wikimedia by Daniel Schwen (thanks, Daniel!)
Shot at the Platz der Synagoge, Göttingen, Germany

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Indian Hexagram on Cochin State Post Stationery

India and Israel, Bombay 1951 p. 23-26, The shield of David

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Door Knocker

Fatima Hand Chamsa with Six-pointed Stars
Shot at
Kefalonia Island, Greece
Picture is courtesy of "Tony Tea" from Flickr
I Think that this combination of Chamsa and Six-pointed Stars
is meant to act double efficiently against Evil Eye
The design of this door knocker has a commercial potential

Tattoo Showing Fatima Hand with David-Shield

Picture is courtesy of Shannon Archuleta from Fickr

Star of David as a Frame in a Tefillin Cover

The left Star of David frames the Hebrew word for head (meaning the tefillin for the head) while the right Star of David frames the Hebrew word for hand (meaning the tefillin for the hand).
Picture is courtesy of Sharon Pazner From Flickr.

Star of David as a Frame

I just uploaded to YouTube a video (in Hebrew) about the Star of David as a FRAME and here's one image that was not included there, showing inside the hexagon one of names of God in Hebrew.
Picture is courtesy of "colros' from Flickr and he shot it at the Synagogue on Durocher, Montreal, Canada.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Solomon Seal in Oman, Jordan

Picture is courtesy of Jordan Horner who wrote to me that he spotted this along an abandoned house lattice at a ghost town near to Liwa, Sultanate of Oman.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Defaced Symbol of Salah El-Din

A hexagram on a lintel at Salah El-Din citadel in Sadr, Sinai, was defaced and the name Allah was chiseled instead- reported Tareq M.G. Abdel Hamid in his Unpublished M.A. Thesis, The American University in Cairo, 2005.

From: Islamic history through coins: an analysis and catalogue of tenth-century Ikhshidid coinage by Jere L. Bacharach, American Univ. in Cairo Press ‏, 2006

ISBN 9774249305 p. 160

Tuesday, June 09, 2009


John Michell, in his book New Light on the Mystery of Glastonbury, 1990 describes a hexagram inside a square in the ground plan of the prehistoric monument of Stonehenge, England, third millennium BCE.

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Indian Bank Hexagram Logo Thoufeek Zakriya

Picture of  disordered shape
of six point star is courtesy of Thoufeek Zakriya

Picture  of six point star with a dot in center is courtesy of Thoufeek Zakriya