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What is the meaning of the 11 pointed star on the pedastal

What is the meaning of the 11 pointed star on the pedastal

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  1. An eleven pointed star is called a hendecagram. The hendecagram
    represents the Qliphoth and the Tree of Knowledge, adverse to the
    Sephiroth of the Tree of Life in the Qabbalah. There are are 10
    qlippa that are opposite the 10 sephiroth, where the 11 comes in is
    at Thaumiel which is the “twin gods” representing duality in place
    of Kether’s unity on the Tree of Life.

    The tree of life is “Jesus”, the tree of knowledge (of good and
    evil) are the twin gods Satan and Lucifer.

    Lucifer is locked up in hell with the other fallen male angels
    that created the halfbreed angel/man children. Although the half
    breeds have no physical bodies anymore they roam and at present as
    unclean spirits or demons.

    It is interesting that the Statue of Liberty which is said to
    represent Babylonian goddess Ishtar (Satan) stands on a 11 pointed
    structure which symbolises the tree of knowledge (of good and

    Zechariah 5

    A Woman in a Basket

    5 Then the angel who was talking with me came forward and said,
    “Look up and see what’s coming.”

    6 “What is it?” I asked.

    He replied, “It is a basket for measuring grain, and it’s filled
    with the sins of everyone throughout the land.”

    7 Then the heavy lead cover was lifted off the basket, and there
    was a woman sitting inside it. 8 The angel said, “The woman’s name
    is Wickedness,” and he pushed her back into the basket and closed
    the heavy lid again.

    9 Then I looked up and saw two women flying toward us, gliding
    on the wind. They had wings like a stork, and they picked up the
    basket and flew into the sky.

    10 “Where are they taking the basket?” I asked the angel.

    11 He replied, “To the land of Babylonia, where they will build
    a temple for the basket. And when the temple is ready, they will
    set the basket there on its pedestal.”

    Satan or Wickedness is responsible for mankinds fall into sin,
    Satan the snake in the garden which encouraged mankind to seek this
    knowledge of good and evil.

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