Many people today associate the six pointed star (Hexagram) with the Jewish Star of David (Magen David), as it is the modern symbol of Jewish identity and Judaism but its usage as a symbol of the Jewish community dates to the 17th century (officially), thus originally it is not a Jewish symbol.
Six-pointed Stars have been found all over the world.
In mathematics, the root system for the simple Lie group G2 is in the form of a hexagram, with six long roots and six short roots.
The symbol was actually ‚given‘ to rabbinic leaders in the 14th century by King Charles IV of Bohemia and formally adopted as ‘the Star of David’ in 1898 at the Second Zionist Congress in Switzerland.
It is possible that as a simple geometric shape, like for example the triangle, circle, or square, the Hexagram has been created by various peoples with no connection to…
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