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The Star of David's Seven Planets of Astrology

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The Seven Planets of classical astrology correspond to the six points of the Hexagram and its center.

- The Hexagram, Byzant.com


HEXAGRAM. The Hexagram is a powerful symbol representing the operation of the Seven Planets under the presidency of the Sephiroth.

- The Golden Dawn: A Complete Course , by Israel Regardie


As much as the pentagram represents the 'traditional' elements, the hexagram represents the seven traditional planets used in magick.

- You're A Star, Part 6, Standing at the Center

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The Star of David's Seven Planets of Astrology

  1. 1. The​Seven Planets​of classical astrology correspond to the six points of the Hexagram and its center. - The Hexagram, Byzant.com HEXAGRAM. ​The Hexagram is a powerful symbol representing the operation of the Seven Planets ​under the presidency of the Sephiroth. - ​The Golden Dawn: A Complete Course​, by Israel Regardie As much as the pentagram represents the 'traditional' elements, the hexagram represents the ​seven traditional planets​used in magick. - ​You're A Star, Part 6, Standing at the Cente
  2. 2. The hexagram, like the pentagram, was and is used in practices of the occult and ceremonial magic and is attributed to the ​7 "old" planets ​outlined in astrology. - ​Hexagram​, en.wikipedia.org There is an additional layer of symbolism of the Hexagram related to the ​seven Ptolemaic planets​...the Hexagram represents the plane of the planets, centered in the Sun. -​Rituals of the Hexagram​, Thelemistas.org Students of the Western Hermetic Tradition are no doubt familiar with the association of the six points and center of the Hexagram with the ​Seven Planets known to the ancients. (The word “planet” originally had a broader meaning than it is given today, and was used to refer to any celestial body observed to move in a regular cycle through the sky. According to this early usage, both the moon and the sun count as planets.​) - ​The Inner Hexagram,​by Simon Jester The celestial Star of David is an astrological aspect that looks exactly like the Jewish Star many would recognize. And it is historically linked to King David who actually had a Star of David in his natal astrological chart formed by the planets. This was amazing since there were only​7 known planets ​at the time, 6 of which had to be in the correct position. - ​Star of David interpretation, astrology​, Mary Fortier Shea
  3. 3. Planetary Geometry is the lines, shape, or pattern that is formed when lines are drawn to connect the positions of the planets in the sky. The most famous example of Planetary Geometry is that of the Star of David. The Hebrew Prophets believed that when their great king David was born, the planets were aligned to form the special symmetrical shape like the one in the above chart. To the Hebrew Prophets, that alignment of planets was God's sign that something historically great was about to happen and they believed that a great king was going to be born to the Hebrews. That special symmetrical alignment of planets is now the symbol known
  4. 4. as the Star of David. (An indication that this symbol was astrologically derived is the fact they still call it the "star" of David.) As you can easily see from the above figure, the Star of David has two symmetrical triangles and can be formed in the sky by six planets - ​PLANETARY GEOMETRY​, The Star Of David, Lunar Insight

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