5D Healing Crystals

Star of David pendants

₱500

Star of David pendants
500

The Star of David, also known as the shield or armor of King David, is star-shaped by two equally superimposed triangles with their apices pointed upwards and downwards; forming a six-pointed star. The symbol is also known as the Seal of Solomon.

Some Kabbalists said it symbolised God’s complete rule over the universe and that the two triangles represent duality – a shred of information that takes us closer to the truth!

In Hinduism, each angle represents one of the gods of the trinity: Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva - respectively the “creator”, “the preservator” and “the destroyer”.


The Star of David is the name given through esoteric tradition to an ancient Hindu symbol of Murugan. Murugan is also the name of the son of Lord Shiva who, according to multiple traditional stories, had six faces. In some traditions, Murugan is also called Lord Kartikeya, which means, the Son of the Six Pleiades. While it seems somewhat unreal the correlation between the two different traditional outlines, the symbol itself represents the absolute cosmic reality of the Divine.


This symbol, therefore, has its origins in the Shiva traditions of South India. The primary purpose of this symbol is to connect the “above” and “below” through the ascension of a powerful energy of Kundalini-Shakti.


In the Hindu tradition, Kundalini –Shakti, the feminine principal (Shakti) is an aspect of God, and its counterpart is Shiva, the Masculine, and transcendent aspect. In spiritual terms, the separation between these two divine principals causes obscurity regarding consciousness. On the other hand, the Union of the two original principals foments an expansion of consciousness, the understanding of absolute reality and ascension.

“Each God and Goddess of Shiva Pantheon corresponds to a Yantra or mystical diagram. For Shaivism[1] Tantra is not only of a symbol of divinity, but it is the divinity in itself, manifested in a diagrammatic form: Shiva, the masculine principal, the upward triangle representing the Lingam, the open sky. Shakti, the divine feminine principle, is the triangle facing downward evokes the Yoni, the Earth.”

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