Two Pyramids, One Star

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Some call it "The Star of David" and there is many explanations as to what it means; now I shall offer mine, humbly.

Submitted: June 28, 2016

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Some call it "The Star of David" and there are many explanations as to what it means; now I shall offer mine.

I believe it represents the beginning, the process in Moses law for the forgiveness of sin, and the end, the incorruptible process under Jesus, the high priest. They are two symbols, but joined, as they are intertwined and cannot be separated.

The Moses law, coming out of Egypt is, of course, the Pyramid.

 

Reader, please draw a three sided pyramid, nothing fancy, one flat side down.

Now, at the top point, write God, at one of the other two points, write Priest, and at the last point, write sinner. This is Moses law for the forgiveness of sin.

The sinner takes the sacrifice to a Priest, follows the line from sinner to the Priest, the Priest offers the sacrifice to God, line going from Priest to God, and God offers forgiveness to the sinner, line from God to sinner; and there is the pyramid.

Make another drawing, an up-side-down three sided Pyramid, with the single point facing down.

Now, at the single bottom point, write sinner. And at one of the two top points, write God, and at the last point, write High Priest or Jesus. This is the Christian petition for the forgiveness of sin. The sinner asked for forgiveness by prayer, line goes from sinner to Jesus, Jesus, the High Priest petitions God, line from Jesus to God, God forgives the sinner, line from God to sinner. The Up-side-down Pyramid is complete.

Both Pyramids are intertwined; the Alfa and the Omega, the beginning and the end. They are inseparable because they are one story, intertwined.

Maybe this is too simple a reasoning, but it works for me.

 

D. Thurmond --- 1984


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