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    Star of David Not Really That Its Use After Time of Jesus’s Day to Compete as Symbol Opposing Cross

    Never mentioned in the Old Testament is the famous Star of David, which seems to have appeared first in the 2nd century a. d. on an archway of a synagogue in the Galilee area, then eight centuries later on the cover page of the Leningrad Codex (the Old Testament called the Tanakh). It lingered in obscurity with the khazarian Jews until the 19th century when Judaists brought it forth to compete with the sign of the cross of Christianity, and to use in the astrological formulations of Kabbala (a late edition to Judasim), become the symbol of Israel.

     

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