Star of David pendant inset with shining blue opal and trimmed in sterling silver makes a striking fashion statement. .75" diameter pendant hung on matching 18" silver necklace with secure clasp closure; a sparkling accessory for casual or formal attire. Gift for her designed in the Holy Land.
Blue Opal Star of David Necklace
Re: The (supposed) "star of David"
The company, or the spiritual guidance person, for this company...Needs to faithfully RESEARCH where the 'star of David' originally came from. There are many on your website and in the catalog and I'm always amazed at that.
It is not 'Biblical', and in fact is a symbol meant for EVIL!
It's not difficult (emphasis on 'cult') to dig up groups that used this in history, still use it and what it stands for.
The one above that I chose to 'review' is beautiful and if it had 5 'points' I might buy it.
We all should (in these crucial times) become more aware of the enemy's tricks and methods to know what we are dealing with. I've found w/my own discoveries while researching the early church, the Reformation and the question of "the lost tribes"; people that would be (actually ARE) the heirs/"God's Chosen People" that none, ever, NEVER used this star. (or celebrated "Purim" or read the Babylonian "Talmud" or practiced any of the many forms of Judaism) They were Hebrew, yes...and God's people, but scattered North and West to Europe and finally America. This was NOT their symbol, or King David's or God's.
March 23, 2013