THE SIX-POINTED STAR: ITS ORIGIN AND USAGE by Dr. O.J. Graham
REVIEW: Graham did a great job exposing this pagan symbol
Well documented, this little booklet pretty much ends all conjecture on where the “Star of David” came from. Indeed, Graham provides more than enough evidence to show convincingly that this symbol has no connection with “David,” but rather stems from his son Solomon’s sinful venture into paganism; this symbol has no connections with either Torah Judaism nor Biblical Christianity. The “Hexagram,” from which we get the witchcraft word “hex” as in “to put a HEX on somebody” is an ancient and utterly pagan symbol. This little book is a must read for those Christians who (rightfully) support God’s people, the Jews. Graham fit a lot of facts into a tight little read–a quite quick read, really. Then the last 1/4 or so of the book is full of quick lists on how many prophecies Jesus fulfilled, a list of facts about the history of Zionism, and some other useful tidbits. Kudos to Graham: We Christians should support God’s Jewish people; however, we Christians should have nothing to do with Israel’s Masonic government, nor their pagan masonic flag. Graham did a great service here and more people need to read this thing and be aware of yet another ubiquitous deception they are living under in these strange and perhaps last days.
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